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>> truly a synthesis of everything. >> a great coherence, many similarities between the two. he only met her i think once. >> he did, yes. during the senate of bishops. and when asked about that encounter, he replied, mother teresa said what she said she was going say. if she had been my superior, i would have been scared. no mailing address, no phone or fax. nowadays actually everybody knows how to reach her. she's very easily reached. >> didn't you love that
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returning by pope francis in his holiday to the idea of stooping down, just that the lord has come to meet me, stooped down to my hour in my hour of need and i need to bend low for those, family in crisis, imprisoned refuge refugees, children, elderly, this stooping down which was exactly what mother teresa would do, reaching people at her level and how difficult it is for those in images of power. >> prop francis, stooping
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further. garbage, throw people away. no one must be thrown away, especially the elderly placed in homes, thrown away from society, and how healing is present, to accompany, to walk with people, the holy father's magnificent words. we must accompany, to integrate. when he addressed in cardinals in 2015 he said the work of the church is to integrate people and to bring the outcast back to the center of the community. what better person to do that than mother teresa. >> he speaks of bowing down to those who were left to die on
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the side of the road. ♪ >> here once again is the magnificent portrait of mother teresa. an american artist commissioned by the knights of columbus to give us this beautiful beautiful image os after woman smiling. and the holy father referred to that that mother teresa would be in a country and said, though i can't speak of the language, i can smile. you think of the beaming smile of mother teresa and the beaming smile of pope francis. >> and the hands, the wrinkled gnarled hands that touch so many people spiritually in a healing
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way and continue to be a sense of peace for us. the prayer, the heart of her vocation and her work of service to the poorest of the poor. >> sean, i think you know her most famous work was back in 1950 in calcutta when she opened up tender heart, a home for the dying and destitute in calcutta. to these days her words are still inscribed, simply put. nowadays, the most horrible disease is not leprosy or tur buck loefs, the feeling to be rejected, abandoned by all. she also addressed the great diseases of our time. and everything said the great disease is heart disease.
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he said you go on and discussing causing i will neil beside the poorest of the poor and attend to their needs. a powerful lesson. we need to discuss that. who are the ones that are isolated and shunned and cut off. she opened up the house for people with aides and hiv in san francisco and new york while the world and the church were trying to figure out what to do with this reality. she moved into a neighborhood and opened up hospices for these people, creating a home for people who had been discarded from society. i think there are those who
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claim that mother teresa was very much closer to the orthodoxys of social improvement, more the reformer and less the comforter. >> what does that mean? >> let's go in the cause of protest, let's have a lobbyist. did she a lobbyist on her team? they missed the point. in the west we're can doers, for every problem there is a solution. but mother teresa is the classic doer. her spiritual beauty is overlooked. she moved into neighborhoods and befriended people. >> the equipment and tape machines and cameras, notebooks and so forth and how she told me the first day to put all of that
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stuff down, that i wouldn't need that for what i was doing. all i really required was my hands. because when you work with the poorest of the poor, that's what you use. service is providing service through the hands. so that's why that image is so powerful and so eloquent. >> the singing is magnificent. it is so fitting. mother teresa recognized the poorest of the poor. i said this must be one of the signatures. >> it was her, one of the phrases she used to say. to recognize the challenge was
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to recognize jesus and what she called the distressing disguise of the poor. >> her funeral took place in calcutta 20 years ago tomorrow. the cardinal at the time, the secretary of state, went and presided over the funeral for pope john ii and there was an incredible line. at the close of the century which is known for terrible extremes of darkness, the light of conscience has not been all together extinguished. she lit a flame for her sisters and the world badly needs the light of the flame. those words remained with me all
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of these years. [ speaking foreign language ] >> let us keep prayerful silence for this moment. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the congregation here in st. peter's square is invited to a prayerful silence. one of the interviews i did with her, she spoke about god's love and the challenges, how do i love god, how do i prove my love for god. for her, doing the work i've been doing and doing the work that god entrusted to me, in whichever form it may take, in
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true freedom of poverty and obedience, free service to the poorest of the poor. this is how we prove our love for god, putting our love into action. if i want to know how much i love god, if i want to know if i'm really in love with him, i don't need to look at how i do the work he has entrusted to me. how much love i put into the doing of that work. yesterday we saw the volunteers here in st. peter's square, the pope had a special audience for them. and he spoke, he addressed them specifically during his homily here this morning offering mother teresa as a source of inspiration to them specifically. [ speaking foreign language
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[ speaking foreign language ] >> amen. >> you're faithful my loved who you nourish and in your light. from your beloved son's greatness. who lives and reigns forever and ever. [ speaking foreign language ] [ applause ] >> the holy father now -- this celebration, all of those who have taken part in the ceremony. i want to thank the missionary of charity, men and women who
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are the spirit and family of mother teresa. may she watch always over your path and give you ways to become faithful to god and to the church. [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: with grateful deference i greet the authorities here present. in particular those from the countries closely linked to the person, the person of this great saint. as well as many children who have come from the country for this very happy circumstance. may god bless your nation. volunteers and workers, i offer you the protection of mother teresa. may she teach you to contemplate and to adore jesus christ crucified every day and to
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recognize him and to serve him in your needy brothers and sisters. we ask this grace for all of those who are united with us right now through the means of the communication, through the media in every part of the world. >> translator: in this moment i want to remember all of those that give their lives, the brothers and sisters in difficult situations, i think of so many women religious who have given their lives without cause, given everything. we pray for the missionary sister, sister isabel who was murdered two days ago in the capital of haiti, a country so torn and wounded. i pray, i wish that all of these acts of violence will come to an end and there will be greater security for the people. i also remember other sisters
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who recently have lost their lives in violence in other countries. we do all of this in opening ourselves for the prayer of the blessed mother, the queen of all of the saints. [ speaking foreign language ]
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>> and now the final blessing to conclude this celebration in st. peter's square today. [ speaking foreign language ]
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ good morning everyone. it's sunday, the 4th of september. this is fox and friends.
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we've just continued coverage to mother teresa's canonization. >> fox news religion correspondent loren green is live from rome following the ceremo ceremony. your overall impression of the ceremony. >> reporter: this is a wonderful celebration. i took a walk around the vatican yesterday and you could feel the excitement for what was happening this morning. today is the climax of a week of celebrations here in rome to honor an extraordinary woman who before she died in 1997 was called a living saint. today mother teresa is officially recognized as a state of the catholic church. and pope francis leading the mass, a larger than life portrait hanged above the stage.
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some 1500 homeless people got seats of honor for the celebration. most live in shelters run by mother teresa's order. mother teresa's loving care for the sick and the dying, forever a legacy to mark this year of mercy. [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: declared blessed teresa of calcutta to be a saint. >> reporter: mother teresa said if she were to become a saint, she would be a saint of darkness. well known are her interior faith struggles, writing how she
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felt god's darkness more than presence. his family prayed for him to mother teresa's intercession for the second miracle required for her sainthood. half today, pope francis following the footsteps of mother teresa is having a pizza party for about 1,000 homeless and they're bringing in three portable pizza ovens from naples. the festivities continue tomorrow with a mass and also tomorrow is the 19th anniversary of mother teresa's death. back to you. >> thank you so much. >> 19 years, that's unbelievable. >> we're going to bring in a reverend here this morning. thanks for being with us. many say that mother teresa, this is a long time coming. her devotees have been calling for this for a long time. >> the process suz sped up for
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mother teresa but it's appropriate in this year beca. e her ministry was to those who were uncared for, unwanted and unloved. that's an enormous amount of people in our world today, even in our own country despite our wealth. >> remind us who she was and what she did. >> she started as a teacher, went to india. and it was in the midst of her vocational ministering to the people in india that she felt the call to the poorest of the poor. and she left her congregation two years thereafter, ended up taking on that white sarri and was working with the poorest people on the streets. she heard this call within a call to go serve for the poor and she became scared. he said, my life was a sister was comfortable.
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so she wanted to go back to the sisters. but she knew that the lord was calling her to this ministry, to those who were uncared for, unwanted and unloved. >> she talked a lot aboutfa facg fear. she was on the cover of "time" magazine in 1975 and won the nobel peace prize saying i'm unworthy of this, even living among the lepers. >> t.s. elliott spoke in a great play, said to do the right thing for the wrong reason. and mother teresa was asking herself this question, am i doing the right thing for the wrong reason because there was a question in her own life that she believed in god with all of her mind and heart but she didn't have the faith.
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so she asked herself the question, do i belief. she believed in her mind but she didn't have the very feelings. so this woman that reached out to the poorest of the poor, she herself was poor. she haven't the feelings, the good feeling associated. >> if mother teresa is questioning her own faith, the rest of us can feel better about our u doubts. >> what she was saying is don't feel that god loves me. i know he loves me but i don't feel his love. >> that's an interesting time. we're facing a bigger divide between the haves and have nots perhaps now more than before. what would she say about that. >> one of the famous lines quoted by the pope is i may not be able to speak people's language but i can smile. and i think this is what bridges the divide. this question of connecting with the other person. you know, again, mother teresa realized where is poverty
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located. it's being unloved. we live at a time of unprecedented prosperity. we have a lot of vacation time, a lot of technology, a lot of comforts in life and yet why do so many people struggle with depression and anxiety. it's a question of not being loved. mother teresa said, our country, the united states and incidentally the image that was unfurlded by mother teresa was an american artist, said is the poorest of the countries. and she was saying there was a crisis in our country of loving which was epitomized by the abortion epidemic. that's why she was so opposed to abortion. >> having a broken heart and not being loved and wanted. we thank you so much for you time. this is a great morning for the faithful.
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thank you. >> thank you. well donald trump tells african-americans in detroit that our country is too divided. >> we talk past each other, not to each other and those who seek office do not do enough to step into the community and to learn what is going on. >> will his words be enough to sway those voters? >> we'll discuss that next. and the ruling off of the red carpet for all of the world leaders except president obama right there in the middle. what happened? is important to e.
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they almost never use this exit after they wouldn't roll out the airplane stairs on the tarmac. left alone wut a red carpet. what happened in china. we'll dive into it. "fox and friends" begins right now. a diplomatic snub was really highlighted when you see the pictures of others with the red carpet. >> teresa may was given tea and scones. >> i don't believe it. if we elect obama, the world will love us. >> not so fast. >> four more years. millions bracing for impact right now as hermine regains strength overnight. >> warnings and watches blanketing the east coast. the storm already responsible for two months. maria is live in atlantic city, new jersey, tracking the path.
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>> reporter: good morning. hermine is a storm that doesn't go away. it started out as 99 l, an area of interest several weeks ago. we've been tracking the storm system throughout the atlantic and eventually making landfall in florida as a category 1 hurricane and now is east of ocean city, maryland. we're in atlantic city, new jersey and the storm is forecast to continue to track up the coast but it's a slow mover. its forecasted to slow down in speed. the scene is quiet, weather is calm. but we've noticed that attendance for labor day weekend, a very big weekend out here is very quiet. we asked some of the hotel staff and they mentioned that attendance is also lower than what is normal for a weekend like this along the shore. that's something to consider. people are heeding the warnings and staying off of the beaches. right now it has maximum sustained winds at 65 miles per
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hour. the big concern is it with classification. whether it's a tropical storm or a hurricane because it's lost some of the tropical characteristics and the point is that it has a very strong wind field that's expansive, extending 200 miles from the center of the storm and it will bring impact to many coastal communities along the mid atlantic one including maryland, delaware, new jersey, even extending up into parts of new york city, connecticut and new england and for several days it's going to be interacting with another storm system across the northeast slowing down and meandering, potentially turning closer to the coast. storm surge will be a big concern, especially during high tide in many coastal communities and we could see flooding in some areas, possibly record setting. tropical storm winds are in the forecast over the next few days, some wind, some rain and also very dangerous surf out there with rip currents also in the
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forecast. back to you in new york. on to some other stories making headlines, starting with this fox news alert. two correctional officers are in the hospital fighting fir their lives after being shot by a visitor in the lobby of a central california jail. the unarmed officers were shot in the head and neck while trying to excourt a man out who tried cutting to the front of the visitor's line. this man is under arrest. and new overnight, a car barrels through a fence, slamminslams into pedestrians, hitting a car pushing it into a picnic area. the chain reaction injuring nine people outside the irvine meadows amp theater. the elderly driver is now under investigation. and china rolls out the red carpet at the g-20 summit for
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the world's leaders but not for president obama. the chinese delegation we fusing to roll out the red carpet forcing him to exit out of air force one. staff members getting into a shouting match on the tarmac. [ inaudible ] >> the chinese official shouting a the a white house press aid. a secret service agent stepped no to stop the altercation. and alabama football picking up where it left off. >> deflection, interception. scores. >> all right. take it away. >> the defending national champs crushing the usc trojans 52-6 in their season opener. so it was a pretty close game. a massive upset by wisconsin taking down the lsu tigers.
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the first ever college football dame at lambeau field. houston knocking off the sooners. this was returned 109 yards for the touchdown. and navy pulling their third string quarterback out of the stands. malcolm terry not expected to play on saturday and the starter was injured and it was a blowout so the team let him take some downs. >> did you eat some wings and sit on the couch yesterday? donald trump during a visit to a black church yesterday. >> the african-american faith community has been one of god's greatest gifts to america and to its people. i'm here today to listen to your
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message and i hope my for instance here will also help your voice to reach new audiences in our country. our mags is tnation is too divi. we talk past each other, not to each other and those who seek office do not do enough to step into the community and learn what is going on. >> trump later met with the pastor of the church and a number of con gre gants in a behind closed door meeting. will all of this be enough to sway some voters? here to weigh in is a pastor and national director at the center of urban renewal, reverend mccoy. first to you. you heard what donald trump said yesterday. does this have any effect on the minds of the voters he was speaking to? >> i think it absolutely will have effect. one of the things that we saw was wow, this donald trump showed up. we haven't seen this one yet.
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and this is one of those ones that he sounded genuine. there was integrity in his voice. the message was filled with very compelling ideas. and bottom line, again, we have to have solutions that are presented. but i think this goes a long way for him beginning to make some real strides within our community. >> pastor, he said something interesting. i haven't heard anybody say this weekend. he framed crime as a civil rights issue and said when you community has a ton of crime, you're under attack, it's hard to get a good job and lead a normal life. he kind of flipped it away. is that an effective way to approach the question of crime? >> i just drove in from going through 17 different countries. and all of the small town areas, all you see is trump posters all even the place. and they are believing that trump is going to make america great again. the question is can trump make a hood great.
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can trump make the black community great. and i think he's coming in with business ideas and i think there's a great opportunity that he has to really show in this next 64 days in the wakeup if he could really pull that off. we want to see the fruits of that speech really begin to come to life. and it's a shame we only got 64 days to see some real fruits of repentance. >> so pastor mccoy, his immigration positions, you got to wonder if maybe people in detroit aren't open to nem more than we realize. the new idea is detroit can be fixed we filling it with immigrant from other countries and that leaves the people living there wondering what about us. is he open to what he's saying on immigration? >> when you look at detroit specifically, he spoke to a crowd, one, a pastor of a church but also to abindependently
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owned african-american news network, which we'll see that interview later. one of the things that's key is nine out of ten of the students and young men and women in that area are not reading at grade level. you're talking about 50% of graduation rate in terms of black students. in detroit specifically when you have those kinds of statistics happening, you're going to have to think about what's going on in that community. i understand the immigration part of it but how am i going to integrate the people that are already here. i like what the other pastor said in terms of what's really going to make a difference in that particular hood. >> isn't that sort of the point, pastor? people in detroit are really hurting and yet the idea from washington is let's just give up, let's stop trying to fix the schools and stop trying to elevate these people out of poverty. let's just replace them with people from other countries? >> it's really a theological issue.
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jesus does not sit in any party perfectly. the reality is as african-american, you've got to think through these things. the republican party lines up more biblically. the republican party early on in the race needs to show compassion towards the african-american community. but now when you think of the democrats, they have things that are just straight up offensive against the word of god that's hard to stand by. so to be an african-american and to vote democratic, you have to almost say, here's some things i have to turn a blind eye to so that some needs will be met in my community. >> that has been the burden. >> it's tough situation that everyone is dealing with as african-american voters. >> thanks for joining us this morning. good to see you both. clinton camp isn't worried at all. they're convinced they can run out the clock and win. are they right or will that plan
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downside from opening herself up. and we know where she is. she's at a fundraiser. she raised $143 million last month. i get her schedule, every single day, three to four times a day. she's spending time as a "the new york times" reporter this morning with supporters. but she knows she's in a strong position in part because she does so well with women and with minorities and those are blocks of voters that are essential to win the white house that trump is not going to win. do i think it's the right strategy? i would like to see her be out there more but no downside to her running out the clock. >> we only have a few weeks and ohio starts october 3rd. >> the election is upon us. but the strategy that hillary clinton following is a little bit like prevent defensive
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football. it's a good theory but it requires really skillful execution. and the reason is because a lot of issues about the foundation, the e-mails, the fbi report are likely to come up for the first time in a presidential debate with the largest audience of the campaign season. hillary clinton may not be ready for that. >> so wait until really the first debate. we're going to see hillary out there in front of everyone. she's going to do that first debate i think when early voting begins. >> there's two americas. the america who is rich enough to meet hillary clinton and then the other america. and the problem with that is they have three debates, if trump handles that well, the scabs will be open for everyone to hear. she's doing poorly with millennials right now, 42%, down 20 points from where obama was. and that's a significant loss. >> will they stay home in.
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>> anyway, millennials have not been showing up to the polls as much as they should. but i think look on social issues i don't think there's any question she's winning millennials. trump picked a running mate who is vehemently against gay rights. even conservative and republican millennials support gay rights. it's not an issue for her. the reality is without women, without minorities nobody wins the white house. and if i'm her -- she's an amazing debater. she's going to be incredibly well prepared. >> are democrats worried right now? >> no. >> they're a little nervous -- look, they're nervous not about that they think she's behind but how in the world is she not further ahead. how in the world is this race not over. democrats look at this race saying there's in way this man should be competitive. one mistake by hillary clinton could turn the election. basically we're in a situation where you have two flawed and
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sully. sully, where were you? >> "sully" reveals the untold story of the miracle on the hudson. the film is set to land in theaters this week. >> here is kevin mccarthy. kevin, great to see you. in a clint eastwood directed movie. i'm excited for this. >> good morning to you. incredible filmmaker, incredible story. honestly, i didn't know a lot of the behind the scenes parts. clint eastwood directed this from the miracle on the hudson. i spoke to clint eastwood which was a huge honor for me. how do you recreate that water landing. watch this. >> shot all the point of views
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of the boats coming in, then we shot back in the lake here in california, with a plane, the exact same type of plane, and in the lake on a gimball. >> that's so awesome. >> yeah, it is. you surround yourself with people who know a lot of stuff. >> yeah. that was a really, really crazy situation, by the way. i wasn't even supposed to get him. he was walking through the hallways. i randomly got him for five minutes sitting there? l.a. it was the most amazing thing in my life. i love him. he's such a phenomenal filmmaker. think of all of the movies he's made, "million dollar baby." this story is 90 minutes long.
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he was very, very nice. i sat down with the real captain sully. that was a huge honor. he was very, very cool. >> kevin, real quick. reporters here still talk about the weather being icy cold. what about the weather will we see in the movie that we didn't see unfold in the press? >> for me. i did not know everything that happened behind the scenes. they were trying to say that he could have made it back to la guard yeah. he could have made it back to the airport. they took the humanity out of the flight itself. when the bird struck he had to make a decision. one of the things that captain sully told me was he never once thought about his family or kids because he had to go to that mind set, 208 seconds, make it back and save everyone's life. looking forward to the interview. >> governor huckabee, up next
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in the treatment area. find a doctor at mykybella.com something weird about this picture. china's rolling out the red carpet for all of the leaders, president obama. what really happened? elect obama, the world will love us. try to find out what's different. guess who's got a new gig this morning. >> you need to stay out. >> i actually don't. >> all right. stay over there. get the reporter out of here. >> guess where she'll be lecturing this fall?
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we'll tell you. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ looks like a lovely labor day weekend here in new york city. the wind whipping around. you're right, clayton. >> bill withers playing the music. there's a hurricane, tropicaorm. some day i want to book bill withers on this show. still with us. doesn't do a lot of work. >> ease you right out of bed. we need to get right to this. as mentioned, hermine is taking aim again. millions of people along the eastern seaboard in the cross hairs right now. >> coastal cities hunkering down. maria molina tracking the path of hermine. good morning, maria.
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>> reporter: good morning. it's 250 miles east southeast. something to keep in mind is it is a very large system. we have tropical storm winds that extends from the center of it. i want to share with you the scene because it's relatively calm in atlantic city. the surf is very dangerous. we do have rip currents that are a big concern along many coastal cities. the governor of new jersey did issue a state of emergency for three new jersey counties. for atlantic and ocean and that's going to be a big concern out there. that's something to keep in mind. many places like cape may, new jersey, could be looking at very dangerous flooding as we head into the later couple of days because of the combination of storm surge and also high tide. that's something we'll keep in mind out there. the wind is also going to be picking up over the next few days. the storm is forecast to
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meander. we have tropical storm force warnings that extend all the way up to places like new york city, portions along new england. would he have watches in effect. heads up. several days ongoing. in atlantic city we spoke to some very disappointed vacationers that came out here and had concerts that were canceled. blink 182 concert canceled on monday. yesterday's florida's georgia line was supposed to play on the beach. very disappointed vacationers. attendance is low. again, the storm forecast to bring impact over the next few days. slow mover. >> not stopping people from flexing behind you on camera. >> you missed it, maria. >> guys getting -- >> i missed it. >> maria molina on the beach. we want to bring you former governor mike huckabee, one of our favorite and most frequent guests. good morning, governor. >> good morning. great to be with you guys on a
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labor day weekend. >> many are saying donald trump appears to be acting more and more presidential, others critical of hillary clinton acting like she's in the witness protection program. take a listen to the sound bite of brian fallon saying, she'll do a press conference when she's president. >> i think i could safely commit that as president, hillary clinton would hold press conferences but the puerto rico si of them is something that i think is something that would just play out as time went on. i think in general she would continue to take questions in a variety of formats and i know there's been an intense focus lately onconferences. the reality is in the course of this campaign she has answered questions in a variety of formats? >> i think she's making howard hughs look like a dog gone publicity hound.
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she's running for the most visible job in the world and yet she is invisible. i think she thinks the presidency is like "the wizard of oz." nobody ever sees you, they hear from you from releases you put out. this is unbelievable. why anybody at this point believes that she's prepared, ready, even capable of doing this job is beyond me. there's something incredible going on here. >> the strategy -- i'm curious about the strategy, governor. she's making millions of dollars at their fundraisers. she's running ads in states like arizona. she hates talking to the press. so maybe behind the scenes this is a smart strategy for her. >> well, if it is, then it's the death of american politics as we know it because it used to be that dants went out and had to make their case. they had to answer questions. they had to be available. frankly, they had to do something that may have been a little demeaning to them, like
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go and slurp down a barbecue sandwich with the little people as hillary probably calls them. not have the fancy hors d'oeuvres and finger foods. we need to know that our president understands. with hillary, the one thing you can be sure of, she hasn't a clue who we are as american people because she's never with them. the only people she hangs out with are the uber rich. they live in a la la land. if we want a president who's president of la la land, hillary's the girl. i think that would be a disaster. >> that's not speculation. it's factually true. "the new york times" has a piece on that. mrs. clinton has gone to great lengths to protect an image of her. some of the closest relationships she and her
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husband, former president bill clinton have, are with long standing contributors. the proof of course is in the selfies with justin timberlake and jimmie buffet and paul mccartney. there's justin timberlake with the form joer secretary of state. we have a list of the prices she's charging to interact with people. she's charging 2700 bucks for every question she received from kids under 16. 10,000 for a family photo. >> tucker, i think one of the big questions, it's not just what she's doing. here's the bigger question, why? why is she so afraid to answer questions from anyone who hasn't been scripted, preapproved, checked, double checked. threatened with a gun to their head if they go off script. i'll tell you why. she's afraid of having to face
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what she has done as secretary of state, as relative to the clinton foundation. these are questions she cannot answer truthfully and when she has gone out in public and answered, she's flat out lied whether it's to congress, whether it's to the press. so she can't afford to be out there talking because everything she says will be revealed to be untrue. that's a terrible place for someone to be if you want to be the leader of the free world and especially if you want to be president of the united states. the person who's supposed to preside over integrity. >> over the coming weeks it's reported hillary clinton will have on board full force 1 as they've been calling it. is this going to make a difference at all? >> no, because they're going to be in the cargo section. so what if they're on the plane. have you ever been on one of
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those campaign planes? the candidate's up front. there is about, you know, secret service and a whole bunch of other people that make darn sure you never go up there unless the candidate comes back and says happy birthday to a reporter and then even then in most cases it's very scripted. it's very controlled. as soon as the questions get tough, well, the pilot just turned on the turbulence light. we'll have to be seated. come on. it's a show. it's an embarrassment to the democratic party that they've nominated somebody they can't find. >> if you've been to chicago you know it was hit by the recession. the trump campaign is slamming the clinton plan because they want to bring refugees into detroit, syrian refugees, in order to look for jobs. lis zwroen bill clinton on this. >> the big loser in this over the long run is going to be
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syria. this is an enormous opportunity for americans. detroit has 10,000 structurally empty sound houses. 10,000. >> so come in there, governor, these burned out hobbles and get the syrian refugees to rebuild them. what do you think of that? >> you know, i think he inhaled. i really do. i think he did inhale. maybe not in college but he's doing it now. this has got to be one of the most outrageous ideas and here's why. we have americans who need jobs, who need places to stay, who need housing. if we're going to say let's take detroit and fill it up with people, why not fill it up with
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people who are americans and put them to work. what a shame. detroit, one of the great cities of the world. if it hadn't been for detroit, we wouldn't be here. it was the arsenal in world war ii that saved america's rear end. there's a certain sense of, gosh, we ought to do everything we can do. >> this is our whole immigration policy. >> not to bring in syrian. >> they look at america. it's about replacing americans who the elite think are not worth trying with anymore. >> and, tucker, it doesn't bother them because they're going to be surrounded by armed guards, the very kind of arming that they don't want the regular citizens to have. they're not going to rub shoulders in these cities, not unless it's carefully controlled.
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it's like alfred e. newman from "mad money," what, me worry? no. sometimes these plans sound like they come out of an ivory tower. they don't have a clue about how most of america actually lives day to day. >> governor mike huckabee, great to have you on the show. >> thanks, governor. enjoy your holiday weekend. >> great to be with you. >> thank you. chicago just had its most violent month in years. will anyone from the press understand. anna's final day on "fox & friends" weekend. we're going to look back at some of her best moments and i hope some of the most embarrassing. >> look at that couch. and my hair! hey, searching for a great used car?
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♪ you're only a day away ♪ they can do a lot better, but they can goat more help as well to do better. tougher gun laws, we have all of these gun laws. >> dwyane wade lashing out at gun laws in chicago after his cousin was shot dead. police responded this way. our fight against violent offenders who torment neighborhoods with gun violence is unwavering. joining us is retired police sergeant. great to see you this morning. >> good morning. >> the crime rate in chicago is a little bit shocking to those
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of us who don't live in chicago. last month, 92 people murdered. what is the core problem in chicago? >> it's about turf, it's about neighborhoods and it's about money, drugs and we don't -- this is like you could say the old movies "escape from new york" and "escape from los angeles" with curt russell. you don't have any escape. you have 497 murders this year so far. you have 2600 people shot, about 2600 shot so far. there's nothing going to solve this except putting more police out there and getting police in the community to zblauk police are the problem says president obama and the democratic party. >> no. you -- this guy was a community
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organizer, made senate and then he made president. he doesn't have a -- he's not in his home by his house. two people were shot and killed a block away from his home. people don't realize the answer, bring in the national guard. can you imagine a guy that's a dentist or store clerk or works in a paint store giving them an ar-15 and you're going to put them out on the street corner. what's that guy going to do? he's going to be terrified. the mayor has said, we're going to hire more police. when you have 800, 900 retiring a year, you hire 4 or 500, you are yo' at a diminishing return. if i'm going to open up restaurants and stores in what jesse jackson refers to as endangered communities, a kid that makes 100 or 200 shrinking dope or 100 or 200 going out
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there being a shooter, is he going to work for $10 an hour? >> no, that's right. >> we have to go back and get the kids. three things we need. kids need three square meals a day. kids need a roof over their heads and they need an education. get into the grade schools. get that going. forget about the 16 and 30-year-old gang members. you have the investigatory stop reports so police are tied up longer so they're not getting guns off the street. we've taken 6,000 guns off the street, more than new york and l.a. combined. we also have 497 murders, more than new york andes combined. eddie johnson is did go the best that he can, but if you don't have the resources and you don't have the opportunities given to these kids when they're young so they get an education, they get a good job, you're losing them.
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>> that's obvious. but instead i think political figures blame indiana. do you think if you closed down every gun store in indiana there would be no murders? >> no, they're going to go to mississippi, they're going to go to alabama. they're going to go up to which is son sin. i can buy a gun for 2 or $300 in indiana, alabama, mississippi. come back here and sell it for 400, 500. >> if i want to kill someone i'll use a baseball bat, knife. if you have bad people that want to commit violence, they will. >> bats you have a chance, guns you don't. poor dwyane wade, she's walking with her baby. two brothers come up and want to whack the guy she's with. they miss him and shoot her twice. >> yeah, bad shots, too. thanks for coming on this morning. good to see you.
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>> thanks for having me. it worked for hillary but not him. that's what one mother is asking after her navy sailor son was sent to preison. he sent one unclassified photograph. she joins us next. we're here, and we've got your back. legalzoom. legal help is here. marcopolo! marco...! polo! marco...! polo! marco...! polo! ask override causing
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the safety system to shut down. he was sentenced to a year in prison while taking pictures of a classified nuclear submarine. rchltsz his defense was why hillary clinton wasn't held to the same standard. >> joining us is his mother. >> thank you for having me on. >> you say that it's not so much about your son's punishment but more about the double standards between what happened to him and
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what happened to hillary clinton. what do you mean? >> right. first, let me clarify on the lead in to the story they stated that my son had transmitted a photo. there is no evidence whatsoever and that was clearly stated by the judge that any photos were ever transmitted off of his phone. so what i mean, my son has been charged with a crime, he's been sentenced for that. we accept the fact that he has a year in federal prison as well as a year in prison and probation and electronic monitoring. what i do not accept is just for the fact that hillary clinton is not held to the same standard. over and over evidence has come forward. people have stated that there is a clear, obvious situation where evidence has been destroyed on her part or the part of her staff and there is no accountability. to me, i don't understand that
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people can't see the clear double standard. >> there is one. it's not like he put it on an unsecure server. >> that is correct. >> how do you feel about hillary clinton getting away with it and your son got convicted. this is from july. watch. >> i often feel like there's the hillary standard and then there's the standard for everybody else. >> what's the hillary standard? >> well, it is a lot of -- as you saw at the republican convention, unfounded, inaccurate, mean spirited attacks with no basis in truth, reality. >> the most powerful woman in the world is a victim of bias. how does that make you feel? >> honestly it disgusts me. i look at it from the point of view that over and over as i mentioned evidence has come forward that she has clearly violated what is expected of her
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as the secretary of state as well as a future potential president of the united states and she's not held to that same standard. >> what do you think about the integrity of the fbi investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server? >> i -- again, i feel it's a double standard. i feel that what we went through, my family, my son has gone through for the past seven years -- this happened when my son was 22 years old. when there was not a cell phone ban. he and many others took photos during that time. i feel there is a double standard and it disgusts me that as american citizens we're held to a different standard. >> it's depressing for those of us like you, me thinking justice is blind learning that it's not at all. thanks a lot for coming on this morning. i'm really sorry about what's happened to your son. >> thank you so much.
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i hope we can continue to stand up for what's right for us as americans and a standard for all of us, not just the elite. >> amen. >> i know it's been tough for your family. thank you for coming on. next up, the chinese roll out the red carpet for all the leaders at the senate. they didn't give him the stairs. >> it's awful, isn't it? plus, this is sad, today is anna's final day on "fox & friends" weekend. we're going to look back at some of her best moments, there have been many, and try to stop ourselves from crying on tv. so stay tuned.
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hi, everyone. another snub on the world stage. china rolling out the red carpet for the world leaders at the g20 summit but not for president obama. >> look at the picture. it doesn't end there. there was a lot of drama on the tarmac. kevin was traveling with the president. what's going on? >> reporter: it reminds me of that meme.
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you had one job, get the stairs with the red carpet. alas, that did not happen. it was pretty interesting to look at. let me show you again that picture. i think that's perfect, right? so the official word is they didn't have the right stairs, the ones that would reach all the way up to the door of the presidential aircraft. that photo says they had them everywhere else, so what gives me? trust me. they had the stairs. i don't believe they had the stairs. the president was forced to deplane through the under belly. no big whoop, but the fireworks really started after that. the chinese tried to corral the american contingent delaying national security advisor susan rice and ben rhodes for a short time. words were exchanged. this is our country and our airport. wow. later on it was all calm and cool as the president, obama and
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xi jinping strolled through a little garden, had some tea before all the hard work. interesting beginning to things here in hangzhou. the president had his meeting with president erdogan. the americans are trying to get to the bottom of the attempted coup. the president has a meeting with vladimir putin. you know that will happen. i'll bring that to you when it does. >> thanks a lot, kevin. >> 35 minutes after the hour. some other stories making headlines we're following. >> a car barrelled through a crowd and hit a cop car. injured 9 people, 4 seriously. it was outside the theater in
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california. elderly driver behind the wheel is now under investigation. mother teresa is now saint teresa. pope francis performing the canonization ceremony in front of thousands of people in vatican city in a ceremony ending less than an hour ago. saint teresa died in 1997 and was known for her lifelong service to the poor in india. >> riding the bench and taking a knee is paying off for collin kaepernick. he's still feuding and calling cops murderers and oppressing african-americans. heading back to the classroom after being fired by the university of missouri. you may remember this video going viral. >> you need to get out. you need to get out. >> no, i don't.
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>> you need to get out. >> i actually don't. >> all right. hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? i need some muscle over here. >> melissa landing a new job at gonzaga university. they say they are confident she will thrive in her new role. those are your headlines. >> what a fascist. so a journalism professor inciting violence. >> you have to leave. >> no, i don't. >> the irony alarm goes off. >> this is anna's last day here on "fox & friends" weekend. it's hard to believe. you're going to be moving to australia. not just like a state away, you had to go a whole other hemisphere. >> i feel like i can't talk right now. >> we feel the same way. here's a look back at some of anna's greatest moments. >> clark pennsylvania. >> chicago, staten island.
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anna kooiman. >> welcome to new york, anna. >> i can wake up to "fox & friends." >> anna kooiman in her spot. >> thanks to anna kooiman for filling in for anna -- for anna. >> welcome, everybody. >> oh, thank you. >> making us look good. >> here's anna. yeah. come over here. >> wake everybody up with a smile. >> thank you so much for joining us for the debut of "fox & friends first." >> other stories making headlines. >> you are on "fox & friends," right? >> i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. >> anna kooiman is live on long beach in new york where i'll tell you it's supposed to hit hard there. >> tell me about the devastation you experienced during the storm? >> well, we lost a lot. >> this is what a f-5 tornado
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can do. >> we have fox news coverage of the worst terrorist attack can do. >> this is owned by the fun man, omar mateen. it reminds me so much of when i was in san bernardino covering the terrorism there. >> the best thing about your life you're going to remember? >> everything. >> here on "fox & friends" weekend, i'm anna kooiman. >> everyone gets to the show differently. you dance. >> i like to do a little music. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> anna b. kooiman, really a great sing ter. ♪ ♪
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>> it's gonna be hot! >> wow. >> she flies through the air with the greatest of ease on the trapeze. >> here we go! >> start pushing for hazardous pay. what do you think? >> that's right. >> you're going to teach me to drive? >> let's go. >> all right. >> trying to kill me? you're going to race me? >> i'm anna, anna kooiman. >> oh.
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>> i love the ending of that. big thank you to samantha koenig. >> i'll never forget the day you started. we were so happy and a breath of fresh air and the ennerge fwi that you bring to this show is unrivaled. what is the most embarrassing? >> hands down in las vegas which i don't like las vegas. i don't care if i ever go back to that place. but i was with cirque du soleil. i had to dress up in that yellow costume. >> the bird costume? >> bird, white face. it was awful. >> good. we have more of those moments. we showed one of them. >> i'm going to miss you guys so much. >> yes, thank you. >> still got a few more hours. >> you have the best natural rhythm of anybody i have ever met. in an elevator you can dance to the muzak. coming up here on the show, donald trump tells a black congregation that he's here to
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listen. >> america's mayor rudy giuliani joins us at the top of the hour. >> plus, hillary clinton blames her health. did it help her and hurt her? we have doctors and attorneys. we're breaking it down after that. ♪ ♪
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after banning a chemical ingredient from hand and body washes but allowing them to remain, brace yourself, in toothpaste. triclosan is one of the chemicals banned in anti-bacterial soap but it's in colgate toothpaste. colgate has proven the benefits outweigh the potential risks. hillary clinton blaming her mental health for e-mail confusion. what does this mean as far as her ability to lead and does the admission hurt or help her from a legal perspective? let's dive into it. dr. nina radcliffe and dr. kelly powers in the blue and red. the pink is erin erlich. let's dive into it. we'll have the doctors and lawyers on this. from the legal perspective, erin, the argument is i don't remember. is that a -- lawyers will often tell their clients, just say you don't remember. >> well, you have to be careful about that.
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lawyers do have an ethical responsibility. we do not have the ability to tell our clients even if it is in their best interests to perfepur perjure herself. what she's telling her attorneys she's not quite clear on the details. it's a perfectly acceptable answer to say, i don't remember even if at one time she maybe did know the answer. >> should this be a concern, her health? she says she didn't remember certain briefings. this was coming out of the fbi, 58 pages. she didn't remember certain briefings because she was only supposed to be there a few hours a day according to her doctor. is that a concern? is that fair game? >> it's hard to say. as a medical professional it's very subjective. we do know it's her time line. she hamd mad a -- has an extens history. in 1998 she had a dvt, deep
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vein thrombosis. when it travels it's called an emboli. she also has a repeat dvt in 2009. then in december 2012, december 12th, 2012, is when she fell and had the concussion and at the end of december she was getting an mri, another blood clot was found in her brain, a cvt. >> the trump campaign has called her brain damaged. is that fair game? should that be a concern for the american people, all of this history? >> i have to go back and say i hope hillary clinton is perfectly healthy. they recommend that she has a complete neurological evaluation. the office of presidency requires tremendous skills. it requires tremendous responsibilities, tremendous powers. we want to know that she's completely physically okay. >> if i may. i'm not here to give medical opinion, i am not a doctor.
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i had a concussion in 2011 20rks 12. i had some ramifications throughout that period but now i'm perfectly able to practice law. i'm here with you guys this morning. i'm not a notable profession. >> you had one concussion. i want to take a look at the e-mail. here is a message discussing hillary clinton's time line, this is from huma abedine. have you been going over calls with her for tomorrow? hanley writes, will go over with her. abedine said, very important to do. she's often confused. >> i was reading in a neurology magazine. they said when you look at imaging of concussion you can see brain damage. it's hard to tell, almost impossible to tell if someone has memory loss. what we rely on is subjective findings and evaluation. as physicians what we would need
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to find -- what we need to look at is more in depth medical records. >> she was confused. this was a month later. a month after the concussion. is that normal? >> most people do completely recover but there are some that go on to havepost-concussive syndrome and she's describing headaches, difficulty with vision, memory loss which may suggest she has that. most of this resolves within six months but there are a minority that continue to have long-term effects. we're seeing that the nfl and professional athletes that concussions have long lasting effects. >> do she open herself up legally with this defense? >> i think the medical opinions legitimize the responses that she was giving to the fbi. is she saying she doesn't recall if she was concussed or is having con squepss sequencescon would not have known and she's a correct and honest answer to give to the fbi. >> great to see you this morning. thanks. >> thank you so much. coming up on the show, rudy
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hi, friends. good morning. it's sunday the 4th of september, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. brace for impact. hermine gaining strength and may become a hurricane once again. we're live from atlantic city. and then where in the world is hillary clinton. she hasn't been seen by normal people for the past two weeks. she's been charging selects hundreds of thousands of dollars for pictures like this. we have the price list ahead. >> did you get your picture? >> no. and china snubs president obama on the world stage rolling out the red carpet for every
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world leader except when air force one landed. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. our stage manager, dave, said they went stair crazy. >> very good. >> awful. awful and good. welcome to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. >> great to have you with us. we're going to start this morning with news headlines. this was breaking news overnight. mother teresa is now st. teresa. pope francis performing the canonization ceremony in front of thousands of people at st. peter's scare this morning. she died in 1997 and was known for her lifelong service to the poor in india. two officers are in the hospital fighting for their lives after being shot by a visitor in the lobby of a central california jail. the unarmed officers were shot in the head and neck while trying to escort a man out who
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tried cutting to the front of the visitor's line. this man, a known gang member with a long rap sheet, is under arrest. bernie sanders making a surprise return to the campaign trail. the vermont senator rallying voters in new hampshire for former challenger hillary clinton tomorrow afternoon. he'll hit on economic inequality in his first public endorsements since the dnc. clinton lost to sanders in the battleground state's primary and is hoping his backing can give her an edge. and a crazy story from college football's opening weekend. navy pulling their third-string quarterback out of the stands. midshipman freshman malcolm perry not expecting to play on saturday but the starter was injured. it was a blowout. so the team let him take the snaps. perry helped lead navy to the 52-16 win. those are your headlines. joining us to break down the morning's news is the long-time mayor of new york city, rudy
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giuliani. >> nice to see you. >> i want to ask you about this, because of hillary clinton in hiding. no one has seen her except for celebrities shelling out tens of thousands of dollars for these big dinners. she hates talking to the press. we in the press have our feelings hurt because we can't talk to her. she continues to rake in millions of dollars and run these tv spots in apz. is this a smart strategy for her? >> i think it's her only strategy because she can't answer very, very difficult questions. >> so there's no upside. >> and, number two, she doesn't really have a program she's going to lay out for america that takes us in a different direction and 65%, 70% of american people believe we're going in the wrong direction. so long as she remains slightly ahead or even even, i think she's going to play hide the ball. she can play prevent defense. now, i always get annoyed when my football team plays prevent
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defense because that's usually when the other team comes from behind and beats you. >> and it's not a very noble strategy. >> i think she's dying by a thousand cuts and she doesn't raeldize it. i think she's bleeding to death. the e-mail stories and the clinton foundation stories and the state department pay for play stories would have destroyed a candidate who gets less protection from the press. >> i think your football analogy is apt because it's the fourth quarter. we only have a few weeks until early voting. >> yeah, but he's -- donald trump has caught up in most of the polls to either ahead, even, or within the margin of error. in justify of the battleground states so he can win. national poll, los angeles times, he's ahead by three. a couple of the national polls are very, very tight, and this is with him having spent virtually no money and her spending about $200 million on the air and his ads just started four days ago. >> right. >> so she's eventually, i think,
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going to get drawn out because eventually i think he's going to take the lead, and she's going to get drawn out, and she's going to have to answer, for example, i read the entire fbi report twice. for some reason they printed it in little print. >> yeah, i noticed it. >> then put it out late on friday afternoon. it was hard to read, wasn't it? >> very, but worth it. >> very worth it. i underlined it. i have read probably 5,000 fbi 302s, 10,000 in my life as a prosecutor. when she says that she didn't know that it was confidential information because at the beginning of the paragraph there was a "c," a capital "c," is she kidding? >> well, she goes on to say -- >> she thought it was in alphabetical order. if i was cross-examining i would say have you ever even an "a," a "b," or a "d"? >> but she says i had a brain injury. >> we have only two answers why
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the secretary of state of the united states doesn't know that a "c" in front of a paragraph means confidential information. one, she's stupid, or, two, she's lying, or possibly three, her brain injury has made her incompetent. i don't know. i happen to think it's the middle one, but i cannot believe we had a secretary of state that doesn't know if you put a "c" in a front of a paragraph in a sensitive document that means confidential. she can't remember 26 things like did she get a briefing on how to handle top-secret information. i remember the briefing i got on doing it, and it was 25 or 30 years ago. >> wait a second. then why aren't questions about -- she seems perfectly healthy. >> i don't know if she's healthy or not healthy. >> people ask questions and they're attacked by senator amy klobuchar of minnesota as, quote, sexist. and yet she says my health prevented me from retaining and digesting information. >> she was secretary of state at
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the time. she should have resigned. we had a secretary of state who couldn't remember whether she had a briefing? also, her briefing by the secret -- by the cia on how to handle classified information took place before her so-called brain injury. >> right. >> why can't she remember that? i can remember it. why can't she remember it? she can't remember her exit interview or whether there was one with the cia. there always is. you're given an interview and you're basically told how to forget classified information. 26 different occasions on which she can't remember. most of them strike me more as lies than they do as things she can't remember. i think it's the liars retreat, i can't remember, i don't recall, rather than brain injury. >> when you first started to react to this you mentioned the small print and that it was just before a holiday weekend, which seems to be the timing of this.
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are you questioning the credibility of the fbi's investigation? >> good question. >> it's very strange. a number of these things have been put out on holiday weekends. the interview of her was rushed. when i read it, there are numerous follow-up questions like that "c." the minute she said to me i didn't know that a "c" meant confidential information, i would have said have you ever seen "a," "b," "c," and "d" because she said she thought it was in alphabetical order. then i would have said what's wrong with you if you didn't know the basics of classified information. how could you possibly have been our secretary of state and how can you possibly be our president? she lied completely about having turned over all her e-mails. she didn't turn over thousands of e-mails. we're not talking about three or four. we're talking about thousands. she lied completely about the fact that the e-mails she didn't turn over, they didn't contain any confidential for classified information. they're filled with confidential and classified information,
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including 68 separate documents that are so secret they can't even be revealed now. these are massive memory lapses, which i don't think she is massively brain damaged, but i do think she's a massive liar. >> if the fbi is trying to minimize the effect of those lies, as anna just asked you, doesn't that mean the system itself, the justice system is corrupt at a high level and that's bad? >> i think you read that, and as i wrote in an op-ed piece having prosecuted -- supervisor of prosecutors of 5,000 cases, you can't not prosecute her. that report yells out for a prosecution. i mean, she violated so many laws, obstruction of justice, how about destroying her smartphones using a hammer? criminals do that. how about using bleach bit. these are the things -- these
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are all the things that in a criminal case, if you're an experienced prosecutor, these are the things you use to prove intent. somebody threw the gun away. somebody -- >> serial number off. >> in a white collar case, somebody destroyed the records. >> these are the things donald trump has talking about while hillary clinton is not doing press conferences. donald trump out in detroit speaking to african-americans. it's amazing to listen to the liberal press sort of falling over themselves as they watch donald trump try to court the black vote, and he's done it a couple of times, and it seems like the liberal press can't stand it. they come out of the woodwork. they get so upset about it, like how dare you come in here and talk to black votes. >> we own this vote. and the reality is they've been criticizing republicans for 40 years for not reaching out. so he can't win. if you don't reach out, you're a racist, and if you do reach out, you're a racist. the reality is -- here is why i think the speech was so important and historic in many ways. donald trump went to the
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african-american community with what i call our solutions, conservative solutions, which is what i did in new york, and i'd like to compare new york to detroit. when i took over new york in 1994, we had 1.1 million people on welfare. when i left it was 500,000 people. 10.5% unemployment, when i left 5% unemployment. and we had approximately per capita the same kind of murders they have in chicago and we went down to something like 500. we reduced it by 65%, a$65%, an utilizeed all conservative principles. i didn't increase welfare or food stamps or dependency. i made people on welfare work. i incentivized my welfare workers to find work and i said to people in the poor communities of new york city, which are not all minority, i'm going to restore for you the ladder to success in america, which is a good job and a good education. if i give you those two things, now it's up to you to succeed, and what you've been deprived of
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by the democratic party or the democratic leadership in all these cities is both a good education, rotten school systems, and hillary can't move on that because the teacher's union owns her, and no jobs because you're taxing so high nobody has room to grow or m build. >> we have a picture of you in a new hat, but it says -- what does it say? >> it says make mexico great also, and the idea of that was when we went to mexico to meet with the president, the trump campaign had 40 hats made up and we were going to give them 20 and keep 20. they took 38 of them and we only had two left. >> did the president of mexico take one? >> oh, yes. >> are they going to wear it? >> i don't know if he wore it but he took it and all his staff were grabbing in the bag and taking them. and the whole idea is we can do this in a cooperative way with mexico.
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the reality is we have illegal immigration problem coming over the border from mexico. they have an illegal immigration problem on their southern border from guatemala, honduras, and el salvador almost as bad if not worse of ours. some of those are coming across the border with us. so in some ways there's more empathy for our problem than you realize in mexico. plus, what we've found out in the meetings, in which donald trump -- i wish it could have been just shown on television, his understanding of trade is really terrific, and what we both realized is we have a common problem, china. our imbalance with mexico is one thing. our imbalance is china is dramatic. >> of course. >> and their imbalance with china is about like ours, and we talked about how we could work together on joint cases in which they're doing illegal dumping, violating rules, and maybe if the united states and mexico
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went together on these things, we would have a bigger impact. >> and they'd be welcomed on the tarmac like president obama was without the red carpet. >> thank you, mr. mayor. >> we have chris wallace coming up. he's moderating one of the debates. we'll ask him about it. you push and pull and struggle and fight and love to run your business. and when you need legal help with that business, we're here for you. we're legalzoom. and over the last 10 years we've helped one million business owners navigate every day challenges. so visit us today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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19th, but i'm, one, very excited. frankly for myself but also for fox. it is the first time we've gotten to play in the presidential debates. >> how important will these debates be and how are the candidates prepping? >> well, very differently. hillary clinton doing exactly what you would think as a policy wonk and as a very experienced lawyer. she's delving into the briefing books, they're holding mock debates, planning everything out. there was a story this week in the paper that they're doing psychological profiles of donald trump to try to figure out how to get under his skin and try to get him to go off during one of the debates. trump, orn the other hand, much more informal, talking about strategies but apparently very resistant to the idea of these formal mock debates where you stand there and somebody stands
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and pretends to be hillary clinton and you go through the process. so trump is handling it as trump would and clinton is preparing for it as clinton would. >> how are you prepping? i don't know if you have a public e-mail address. but people must be sending you their ideas of good questions nonstop. >> but honestly, it's way too soon. i say that because there are going to be two presidential debates before i get up to the plate. one of the things i'm going to have to decide is what is kind of plowed ground. you have to wait and see because this is not, as i said, until october 19th, what the campaigns are talking about at that point, what is going on in the world, so i figure i have a few weeks before i really have to get in this in depth. but you're right, people are sending me ideas for questions and some of them are pretty darn good as our viewers' input usually is. >> we don't know if there will be a third person at the podium also there during the debates. could gary johnson make it there? you have an interesting show
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today with another potential spoiler in the race. tell us about who you have coming up on the show today. >> i'm not going to call her a spoiler because she thinks she's going to be elected president. but you're right. you have to get to 15% threshold and if you do you end up on the debate stage with trump and clinton. we're going to be talking, first of all, about donald trump's visit to detroit, his first visit to an american inner city to hold a public meeting with african-america african-americans. we'll talk to ben carson, his post opponent, rival, and now his adviser who shepherded him through detroit yesterday. we're going to talk to democratic congressman gregory meeks, a big clinton supporter. talk to both of them about the various ideas that both candidates have for inner city america, african-americans, and then as you point out, we're going to be talking to jill stein, the green party candidate, and, yeah, she's on the ballot in 41 states and we'll talk to her about her plans for what she would do for america if she actually got into
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sully, sully. sully. >> sully, where are you? >> sully is a brand new movie. it's about that remarkable plane landing on the hudson river here in new york several years ago. the film is set to land in theaters this week. >> should you spend the money on it or let it fly. let's ask fox news contributor kevin mccarthy. nice to see you this morning. >> good morning to you guys. what an incredible story. we all know -- remember the images of the plane on the hudson, but the beauty of this film that clint eastwood direct
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is you're dealing with a story line i didn't know much about. i didn't know about the ntsb saying he could have made it back to laguardia and him going to hearings and him trying to explain himself about putting the humanity into that flight after the bird struck the plane. it's a fascinating film and actually opens up right after the plane had already landed on the hudson and takes you back in a nonlinear fashion. it's a very, very well-told story. i spoke to clint eastwood, the director, which was a mind blowing thing for me. to sit down in a room and talk about film makes was a massive, massive honor and here is what he said about recreating the landing. >> we shot all the point of views of the boats coming in and all that, and then we shot back in a lake here in california we shot with a plane the exact same plane, same type of plane, and in the lake on a gymble and we
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could move that around and it could duck down in the water and all that. you surround yourself with people who know a lot of stuff. >> you know what's crazy is i wasn't even supposed to interview clint eastwood that day. i ran into him a day prior in the elevator. i rode the elevate every just g to go up where he was going. through a chain of events it turned into an interview the next day which was incredible. a huge honor to meet him. >> what was it like to have captain sully watch tom hanks play him? >> it's so fascinating. when i spoke to captain sully one of the things that blew my mind is during those 208 seconds he never thought about his family or children. he was so laser focused on getting that plane to a safe area, but whey said when you sat in the movie theater and actually you experienced it, what's it like watching tom hanks, one of the best actors ever, play you on screen?
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watch this. do you learn things about yourself at all, mannerismswise that maybe hanks picked up on? >> absolutely. first of all, it's almost an out of body experience the first time i watched the film to see someone else portraying me and saying my words. it's like, wait a minute, that's me, but that's not me, and it's kind of weird. but you're right. i began to notice things about -- that i move my hands or how much did i blink or something, the little things that he does to portray me that aren't things you really think about but in aggregate they really as a whole mean that it seems like sully. so it seems true. it seems real. >> the beauty of what he did obviously is 155 souls are still living because of what he did and also it's took 24 minutes for all of new york to come together to basically save everyone, all the rescuers, all the boats. it was a collective effort. >> it was an icy, cold day too
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and the reporters in the new york bureau still talk about it. thank you so much. what a great review. can't wait to see that movie. >> anna, i love you. i loved working with you. i'm going to miss you so much. >> you're going to make me cry. >> you've been so kind to me over the years. >> come see me in australia, buddy. >> i will. i'll be there for my honeymoon in november. >> call me. >> are we still on tv right now? we've got to get to this 29 minutes after the hour because it is a fox news alert. hermine gaining strength as it turns off the east coast. millions of people bracing for impact. we are live tracking the storm next. plus, the clintons have a solution to rebuild detroit. bring in foreigners, syrian refugees. donald trump calls that crazy, so who is right? pete joins us next to react. hey america,
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because the weather has actually been quite beautiful. we have the sun shining, the wind isn't too bad. you can tell something is up when you take a look at the water. very rough conditions early this morning and beach erosion is going to be a big concern in addition to coastal flooding that's going to be occurring over the next couple days as the storm continues to linger off the coast. regardless of what hermine does we know the economy has already taken a hit in atlantic city. two concert that is were supposed to take place on the beach were already canceled. attendance is also lower than what was expected for labor day weekend here in atlantic city, so many people staying away from the city. so that's very unfortunate. a state of emergency already declared for cape may, ocean, and atlantic counties in southern new jersey where some of the worst flooding could take shape. we received an update from the national hurricane center. the storm still has maximumed sustained winds at 65 miles per
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hour and it's about 300 miles to the east-southeast of ocean city, maryland. so it's still a ways away from us, but it is forecast to eventually turn north and bring some tropical storm force winds along many coastal areas. it's going to be a slow mover. so it's forecast to slow down and the impacts will stay with us for several days, potentially even into midweek across parts of new england. leads head over to you in new york. >> thanks, maria. just like me, a slow mover on a sunday afternoon. we want to bring in our old friend pete here to respond to all the day's news. >> thanks for having me. >> trump this week out in detroit slamming the clintons' plan. you know detroit obviously has been terribly hit. was really ground zero for the recession. you see houses that are burned out hovels next to houses you can buy for $500.
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the clintons have a plan to rebuild detroit and it involves syrian refugees. >> truth is the big loser is going to be syria. this is an enormous opportunity for americans. detroit has 10,000 empty structurally sound houses, 10,000, and a lot of jobs to be had repairing those houses. >> isn't this the whole point of our immigration system. the elites have given up on american citizens, they think they're lazy and losers so they want to replace them with foreigners. >> it's also the entire contrast of this election cycle. it's dromp saying america can be great, our people here deserve the best possible jobs and wages and the best possible opportunity. the left is saying let's bring in more refugees who by the way we can't count on their assimilation oar allegiance. i want to the middle of detroit to do this program.
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it's not clear refugees if they're just plucked and placed are here to be a part of american society. there is a ghettoization. there is a place where they live amongst each other and don't integrate. doesn't mean they're not americans, doesn't mean a lot of them don't want to live here peacefully but we have to be careful how we integrate. >> i'm sure contractors are insulted just to assume 10,000 syrian refugees all are contractors, all know how to use a circular saw. >> i'm from minnesota and you can't count on that. who knows. it is. and to think that for certain placed in these homes in these places they're going to be productive members of society out the language, without the culture -- there's a difference between it's striving immigrant who fought to be here and a family plucked out of the middle east in the middle of civil war and placed in the united states. they don't know where they're going to go. >> it's so unfortunate when we talk about detroit, one of america's great cities, the motor city, and we talk about
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corrupt government, failing schools, crime, drug addiction, all of that going on, it's awful. so maybe this could work possibly. dhs says this is the united states of america taking in refugee at the times of crisis is the right thing to do. could we force assimilation and is that possible? >> we haven't done it so far. the left says if you don't want them in, you're racist. same thing happened in minnesota. our governor said you're racist if you didn't welcome every refugee. i'm not a racist. i just want the people that live in minnesota or detroit to be a part of my country, the fabric of my community, part of the social contract of what it means to be an american not to stay not learn the language and effectively enforce certain social moremores. >> if we did teach them the
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language and the culture, is it a bad idea? >> if we did demand they be a part of the fabric of america, it's never been a bad idea. >> what about the democracy component. you grew up in this country learning we were in control of our own government. i haven't heard anybody in power on either side solicit the opinion on american citizens. >> we're soliciting the opinion of the american citizens, it's the rise to donald trump. we're sick of open borders, seek of elites telling us we need to live in this multicultural utopia when we've always welcomed waves of people regardless of skin and religion but we want them to want to be here, we want them to love america, we want to invest in our communities, not sort of tell us to change to them. that's i think what donald trump is reacting to. >> and nobody in washington has learned that lesson. they look out at all this and they say, lesson, americans are
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stupid and bigoted. they have not learned one thing from this trump candidacy. >> frankly on both sides of the aisle. >> i couldn't agree more. >> we're so happy you're here today. your kids are coming on for cooking with friends. >> we're going to be grilling pizza and steak for football season. >> i like that. >> they are so cute. >> thanks. some other stories making headlines. panic at the fair. eight people, including six children, taken to the hospital after a ride suddenly shuts down. >> people were yelling get me off this ride. it was just really scary. everybody was crying on the floor. they didn't know what to do. >> memphis officials say the moon raker ride's computer discovered a problem when it began slowing down. the operator panicked and pressed a manual override causing the safety harness to release. and donald trump's running mate mike pence will release his tax returns this week. the vice presidential nominee also reiterating what we've
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heard, that donald trump has said he'll release his tax returns once the irs is done with the audit. hillary clinton and her running mate, tim kaine, released their returns last month. and stop clowning around. that's the message police are sending to creepy clowns similar to this one terrorizing a south carolina neighborhood. it's just creepy. greenville police warning dressers of clowns will get arresting on an ordinance relating to disturbing the peace. this comes after several reports of dressed up creeps scaring members of the community and reportedly trying to lure kids into the woods. wow. gun violence now being considered a health crisis in the university of california-davis launching a research department funded by $5 million with scientists claiming it's the best way to stop deadly shooting. it's geared towards taking politics out of mass chushootin
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even the san bernardino shooting. hillary clinton blames a concussion for not remembering key intel briefings. why didn't the press cover this at all? is she getting another pass? oh, yes, she is. >> plus, colin kaepernick still refuses to stand for the national anthem and guess what? the 49ers did not cut him. but we'll tell you why you probably won't see him on the field anytime soon. don't let dust and allergens get between you and life's beautiful moments. flonase gives you more complete allergy relief. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance. flonase controls 6. and six is greater than one. flonase changes everything. ♪ that inactive satellite radio of yours is ready to roll. because the siriusxm free listening event is on right now! just hit the sat button in your car and listen free thru sept 6.
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remember key security briefings. did the press cover that at all? here to discuss that is julia gundlach. i thought it was a big story. hillary clinton, according to the fbi, said she didn't remember entire briefings and couldn't go to work except for a few hours a day because of a brain injury. that's a story, no? i didn't read that somehow in "the new york times." >> it's absolutely a story. look, i think there's no doubt that the press is in the bag for hillary clinton but now it appears they're not just giving her a pass. they're concealing things from the american public, things that are really important for the electorate to know. it's not the press' job to determine what voters should know and yesterday you have a press saying this didn't important. i think the health of the candidate is critical and the voters should have that information. >> i think so too. i'd like to see trump's full health report. a lot of people have jumped on his doctor for being flakey, et cetera. that's fine with me but there's no cover at all of hillary's health and that let's you know
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they're taking sides pretty aggressively. >> when you compare it to other candidates, john mccain, even mitt romney, they were saying is he suitable? does he get too angry? ronald reagan for goodness sake. so, you know, when you look at how the press has hammered people on the right, it's not consistent. >> so i hate to keep beating up on "the new york times" but it was once the most serious newspaper in the world and it sets the tone for a lot of other news covera agage still as kinda legacy effect. here is the news account. i'm just reading cold the first paragraph of the news account of trump's meeting at the black church yesterday. this is in this morning's "new york times." verbatim quote. donald j. trump who has campaigned for president of rashs insensitive as political correctness took an uncharacteristic step on saturday for the first time. he visited a black church for
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the first time and tried to blend in. that's a news story? >> the press cannot control themselves anymore. they're absolutely deranged when it comes to their opposition on trump, and it's really disturbing how they in news stories -- these are news stories, they can't help but editorialize. i think the voters are really having a hard time tuning this out. again, hillary, she has total contempt for the voter, for the press. the press doesn't mind. and what's so frightening is a free and unbiased press is so important to our democracy. they diminish themselves when they give hillary a pass and editorialize on trump. >> and it's not because they're liberal, though they are. it's because they see the establishment under threat from middle america and they are rushing to the rescue because they are members of that establishment. that's what it's about, i think. >> again, again, it's a matter of the press determining what the voters should know about.
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they don't think that hillary's health and her judgment -- i mean, the stuff that came out from the fbi is amazing, and when you couple it with the e-mails and abedin's information, it's pretty remarkable how fragile and really kind of confused she gets. i think the voters are owed this information from the prus. >> i'm giving up my "time" subscription because it's garbage and propaganda. it's driving me crazy. >> thanks for having me. neck, a praying man told to getting off a college campus because he's not in a free speech zone. the university said it's because he didn't attend the school there and he can't pray there. plus, we were told voting for obama would make the world love us. that's not true. china refused to roll out the red carpet for him for the g-20
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ten minutes before the top of the hour. help you're doing well. our college safe spaces outlawing free speech on campus. officials at clemson reportedly denied a man from praying in pub lake because he wasn't in a free speech zone. they said he had to fill out a request to pray on campus because he didn't attend the school. our next guest says this can just as easily happen to students. joining us is nicole sanders who
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last year fought and won a lawsuit against her own college's free speech zone. good morning. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having us. >> greg, first spell out exactly what happened at clemson, this most recent incident. >> clemson incident, someone was trying to pray on campus and they told him he couldn't unless he applied for permission to do so. >> you say it's a slippery slope. he wasn't a student but you say it could happen to students too? >> it happens to students all the time. >> for praying? >> for trying to hand out copies of the constitution, for example. we have two different campuses on which students were told they could not hand out copies of the constitution without getting advanced permission from the state. >> that seems unreal. what are your thoughts on this, nicole? >> i think it's crazy, and it does happen to students a lot. >> and then how about your instance where you fought and won in houston -- is that right?
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yeah, in houston. >> i was just talking to students about campus carry. i wasn't even handing out anything. itch i was just telling students about a new club and americans for liberty and i wanted students to get involved. >> what do you think about free speech zones in general? do you think they're right? >> not at all. i don't think that students should pay money to go to school to be told where they have free speech and where they don't on campus. >> what about what happened at clemson? do you think a different standard should aplply for peope who are not students like this gentleman? >> i'm not quite sure about this. i don't have a lot of specifics on that case. sorry. >> all right. well, we've got some tips on how to fight for free speech on campus for all my friends at home. first tip is know before you go. next up, get any reprimand in writing. no public college speech code limits as well before you start trying to go out there. what do you say to folks who
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want to get their message out? say they want to hand out a constitution or they want to simply pray, that seems unbelievable you can't do that anywhere on campus. you can do it in your own mind without speaking out loud too. what's your advice? >> my advice is they should contact my organization, the fi fire.org and they should consider suing their school. universities have speech codes that are laughably unconstitutional. the speech zone nicole had to deal with was 0.0007% of the entire campus. you don't have to put up with that. >> before we go, do you feel like there's a double standard flash flood it's somebody pushing a liberal policy rather than a conservative policy? >> oh, yeah. definitely not all speech is treated the same. >> guys, thank you so much for your time today. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> have a good labor day. i hope you stay dry. four minutes before the top of the hour on a sunday morning. it's about 274 days since hillary clinton held a press conference. where has she been hiding?
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story. the bern is back, bernie sanders hitting the campaign trail for hillary clinton. will he keep the same message. >> in terms of her judgment, something is clearly lacking. >> probably not. >> "fox & friends" hour four is starting right now. ♪ our own anna kooiman is leaving us, leaving "fox & friends" weekend. this will be the final hour of "fox & friends" weekend. going down under. >> wow. >> like sands through an
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last hour. to our headlines. mother teresa is now saint teresa. pope francis performing the canonization ceremony packed into st. peter's square early this morning. she died in 1997 and was known for her lifelong service to the poor in india. 27 years after disappearing the remains of a missing boy have been found. jacob was just 11 when he was abducted from an armed masked man in central minnesota. the suspect in the case lied to the fbi -- excuse me, led the fbi to the child's remains. he was named a person of interest after being arrested in october on federal child pornography charges. his disappearance led to the creation of jacob's law requiring states to establish sex offender registries. and to another story we're following, two correctional officers are in the hospital fighting for their lives at this hour after being shot by a visitor in the lobby of a central california jail.
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the unarmed officers were shot in the head and neck while simply trying to escort a man who tried to cut the line. this man who cut it's line, thong advantavang, a known gang with a long rap sheet, is now under arrest. and riding the bench and taking a knee during the national anthem is paying off for colin kaepernick. now he gets to ride the bench for the entire nfl season. the controversial quarterback losing his starting job to former back up. he's still feuding with santa clara police for calling cops murderers. it will be interesting to see if gabbert gets hurt. all right. we've regained our composure on the set. >> we have. and we want to tell you about a story we've been following for 274 days. >> right. we've been tracking this. where's waldo. >> that was the last time
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hillary clinton had an official press conversation. her campaign has responded by saying she's done a ton of interviews. they sent out this thing listing all the interviews she's done. one was with phillip levine, the mayor of miami beach florida and a really good guy, but he's a friend of hillary clinton. >> he's a clinton supporter. >> you remember a few weeks ago she had that kind of pseudopress conference at the journalism conference which they were giving her hugs and practically throwing flowers on stage and aflaweding her and giving her softball questions. >> i think honestly this is really smart for her. she hates the press. she's a fascinating piece politico this morning. when she shows up at events they're kept in a separate house when she's at events. when she goes to fund-raising events, they can't even hear her in the sore room being muffled. >> she does that a lot. she speaks only to rich people.
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in this hilarious "new york times" piece, it says that hillary when she's at steven spielberg's house talking to various billionaires attacks donald trump by saying he's an out of touch rich guy as she addresses a room of out of touch rich people. >> don't worry about it because she will hold press conferences and she'll hold it when she's president. take a listen to brian fallon. >> i think i can safely commit that as president hillary clinton would hold press conferences, but the frequency of them is something that i think is something that would just play out as time went on. i think in general she would continue to take questions in a variety of formats. there's been an intense focus lately on press conferences. the reality is in the course of this campaign she's answered questions in a variety of formats. >> i think she was hoping donald trump would self-destruct. a few wekts aeks ago when he wa
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having a really you have to time and his poll numbers were going up, she was probably thinking it's a good strategy. is it still a good strategy as he's starting to act more presidential and starting to close the gaps in a lot of those polls? >> if the conversation is all about trump and his personality, she can say he's a racist, he's a sexist, i'm going to back to steven spielberg's house. but if he can make it about issues, about the economy, about jobs, she's going to be forced to respond. >> imagine a press conference right now. what would the spquestions thro her way. it's going to be about the fbi investigation. about her brain injury. why didn't she -- >> even though she admitted to the fbi the brain injury kept her from remembering entire briefings. >> rudy giuliani, he doesn't buy it, and he thinks that -- one of three things could possibly be
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the reason for this problem. listen. >> we have one of two answers as to why she doesn't know, why the secretary of state of the united states doesn't know that a "c" in front of a paragraph means confidential information. one, she's stupid, or, two, she's lying, or possibly three, her brain injury has made her incompetent, i don't know. i happen to think it's the middle one, but i cannot believe we had a secretary of state who doesn't know that if you put a "c" in front of a paragraph in a sensitive document that means confidential. she can't remember 26 things like did she get a briefing on how to handle top secret information. i remember the briefing i got on doing it, and it was 25 or 30 years ago. >> and america's mayor was even on the program earlier again said he couldn't believe there wasn't an indictment, and remember the press conference that james comey gave at the fbi and he laid everything out, i was going, oh, my gosh, hillary clinton is going to get indicted
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and because there was no intent they said, he charges for the doj to do that. and then in this big document dump we had on friday, it wasn't video. it wasn't audio. it was written notes. and mr. mayor brought up that it was in small font and it was done on a holiday weekend just like a lot of these other document dumps. chuck todd of nbc, i was reading "the hill" this morning. he says as an american citizen it bothers him the fbi only took written notes of the july 2nd interview and did not record it or create a tran script. why? >> the real problem is not only that it's helping hillary get elected, it's that it is shaking the faith all of us had about the justice system. a candidate and a plumber were treated the same way and we're learning the fbi is basically helping hillary clinton. that's a third-world scenario.
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>> donald trump is talking to african-american voters. hillary clinton is being quiet hiding behind closed doors with celebrities. she gets to put out all these ads and blanket the air waves and remains quiet. when the celebrities go to one of these events, the breakdown of what they have to pay is fascinating. if you have a child who is under 16 years old, you're allowed to have the child come up and ask questions. you have to pay $2,700 for a child's question. like do you like fresh vegetables. i don't know. what's in your garden. if you want a family photo, you have to shell out $10,000 to have a family photo taken. we need to get into this racket. >> $100,000 for a sit-down dinner? >> this is a person who hasn't driven a car or flown commercial in decades who surrounds herself with the same group of people as when i covered her 20 years ago.
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this is a person who thinks "the new york times" is unfair to her. reporters worship her and she thinks they're too tough. >> this is the same candidate who has a history of roping off the media to keep them at a distance. but they're going to be flying with her. >> just because you're on the same plane does not mean you see the person. >> wee see some of the these polls tightening in states like wisconsin and virginia. larry sabato said he thought it was crazy that donald trump was wasting time in virginia but he's tied. another snub on the world stage. china rolling out the carpet for other leaders but not for president obama. plus, we're three weeks away from the first presidential debate. what can we expect from hillary clinton and donald trump?
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yesterday, and that's sort of the jostle that happens whenever you come here to china. let me show you some of the pictures. i don't want to make more of this than we ought. sometimes this story can have legs and generate talk. they were so restrictive they were keeping the national security adviser susan rice from getting close to the president. that's a push and pull of what happens when you come to china. one official from china said this is our country. this is our airport. the president of the united states talked about it afterwards. >> we don't leave our values and ideals behind when we take these trips. it can cause some friction. it's not the first time it's happened. it doesn't just happen in china. it happens in other countries where we travel. >> reporter: that is true, it does happen in other countries. i have traveled around the world with the president and i have seen it to different degrees.
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and if that weren't enough, unlike other world leaders, the chinese failed to get the right stairs up to air force one. the president was forced to deplane from the under belly. no red carpet, no stairs. later presidents obama and xi jinping strolled through a garden. i think this is one of the more important meetings. this is the first face-to-face between the two leaders since the much talked about failed coup attempt in turkey. the president did promise that the u.s. would help their nato ally in trying to get to the bottom of what happened there, but he refused to commit to sending the turkish cleric over to turkish custody. he'd like to see it work its way through the international courts. back to you. >> thanks, kevin. i think the chinese government
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knows how tall a 747 is. >> when the united states president shows up on the tarmac, you probably have some things in place. we're about three weeks away from the first presidential debate. what can we expect from hillary clinton and donald trump? well, they're right here in our studio. >> what? >> not quite. but we've got a republican and democratic strategist to take us inside that debate prep. that's next. >> plus, pete is back this time with his kids and he'll be showing us how to grill the perfect steak with his three boys. there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today. ♪
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during the primary debates they crushed it but now they're going head to head. 22 days out from the first presidential debate. how are each of these nominees getting ready? joining us is republican strategist and a democratic strategist. we have 22 days. how is hillary clinton preparing. >> she has an expectation game problem. no one is more experienced than hillary clinton in this race and she doesn't have the luxury that donald trump has where it's more important to be certain than right when he's wrong so often.
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she has an expectation that she can't make mistakes and i think that puts a tremendous amount of pressure on her. >> we've been hearing these stores she's poring over briefing books and she's really wonky and donald trump is playing it fast and loose. >> and as kathy will tell you, these debates are more style over substance. >> it comes across how important that visual element it is for donald trump to look presidential. his trip to mexico helping him. >> the debates will come down to tone. it's not about the smartest person in the room. if it had been, we would have two very different candidates. >> what kind of tone does he have to strike? >> he needs to let his humor come through. he needs to be relaxed, and he needs to not be agitated. he can't be unpredictable to the point of looking unstable or,
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you know, reactive in any way. he has to be very calm. she also needs to not get defensive and keep her tone on a friendlier nature. not the i know the answer, i know the answer kind of person. >> authenticity is a big thing for these debates and hillary has to struggle with that teachable moment which she had two weeks ago on the white supremist speech is probably the right tone for her. >> also so much of what's not said. remember al gore sighing and "saturday night live" mocking him and then george h.w. bush checking his watch. >> debates there's preparation, there's debate stalyles. this is like having an argument with a loved up with you want to make up with.
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this is a conversation with the american people. it needs to be presidential. you need to be substantive. they both are but this is about a conversation getting your deposit points about what you want the american people to remember about you. >> kathy is right. you really do need that coffee table conversation with the american people. what kathy has said previously about donald trump is best marketer since madonna and i think that's the real challenge that hillary clinton has. >> we've been hearing they're looking for ways to get under donald trump's skin. where could donald trump screw up, if he lets her needle him. >> she's really good at doing that to others, so she has that same concern. he needs to do two things and two things only. use his sense of humor and pose the question back to her and be ready for it. if he responds to her attack with an attack, he has to do it based on policy or actions of hers. otherwise he needs to use humor. >> how does she go off the rails if he gets under her skin? >> i think she has to be presidential and have the right tone throughout this campaign
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and be in command of substance throughout the debate and be in command of substance. for him, he can't both be authentic and presidential. that's a conflict for him. >> i don't agree with that at all. i think he can be. jfk, reagan, that was their specialty. >> but donald trump has already positioned himself as so outside it's mainstream by being authentic, it's going to be very hard for him to back that into being presidential and remain authentic. >> but he did it during the immigration speech so we'll see. >> not really. he said to the mexican president, you're not going to pay for the wall and to us he said he will pay. >> we want to thank our debate staff today. >> thank you. >> and the american public for watching our debate. bernie sanders hitting the trail for hillary clinton. will he keep the same message he had during the primary? >> her judgment is clearly lacking. plus, guess who is back with a brand new college gig?
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hermine is taking aim again. millions along the eastern seaboard are in the crosshairs. >> coastal cities hunkering down bracing for a destructive blow this labor day weekend. >> kristin fisher is live in maryland with the latest on this. good morning. >> good morning, anna, tucker, and clayton. when we got in here last night, it really felt like there was a hurricane acoming. dark skies, a lot of wind. when we woke up this morning, it was pretty beautiful. right now hermine is about 300 miles off the coast heading east-northeast at 12 miles per hour. so the biggest threat here is not wind or rain. it is flooding, storm surge, and these rough conditions that you're seeing right now at the beach. we've got waves at about 8 to 10 feet and really strong rip currents which are, of course,
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very dangerous for swimmers and surfers. one of the big concerns is perhaps because it is so beautiful people are not going to heed the warnings and stay out of the water. but right now believe it or not we are still under a tropical storm warning. we are still technically under a state of emergency here in the state of maryland. the maryland national guard has to do been deployed as a precautionary measure in case of flooding. if it does, indeed, flood, it will likely happen sometime at high tide later tonight or tomorrow morning, and this area is, no surprise, definitely very prone to flooding, but if it does it will happen a little later. the biggest impact may end up being an economic one. a lot of the businesses here very unhappy about all the lops busine lost business on a big labor day weekend. >> kristin fisher live on the scene. thanks a lot. to your headline this is morning. first up, bernie sanders will make his return to the campaign trail. the vermont senator rallying voters in new hampshire for hillary clinton, his former
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opponent. he's doing that tomorrow afternoon. he'll hit on economic inequality in his first public endorsement since the democratic national convention. clinton lost to sanders in the battleground state's primary. and a disgraced professor is heading back to the classroom after being fired. her name is melissa and she teaches journalism. the video of her encounter went viral. >> you need to get it out. >> no, i don't. >> you need to get out. >> i actually don't. >> hey, who wants to help me kick this reporter out of here. >> no reporters allowed says the journalism professor summoning the mob. she landed a new job at gonzaga. the website lists her as a lecturer. the university says they're confident she will thrive in her new role. and will the new iphone be unveiled this week?
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that's a question for tech apple hosting an event in san francisco this week. among the many rumored features a larger improved camera, storage capacity up to 256 gigabytes. a water resistant design and most controversially there will be apparently no headphone jack but we'll have to wait until wednesday to find out. and those are your headlines. anna? labor day weekend and you know what that means. it means we're grilling on "fox & friends." >> that's right. we are celebrating the holiday, cooking friends style this morning. >> showing us how to do that with steak and pizza with his boys is pete with gunner and boone and mike. >> you're all wearing vikings gear and he's wearing a seattle seahawks jersey. how does that happen?
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>> he's an independent minded guy. two popular items are pizza and steak. my wife's famous recipe, very easy. and then steak. these guys have already -- >> he's eating all the cheese. >> we have one eating. >> you like the cheese. >> two eating. the sauce -- you can go online on "fox & friends" and get the recipe. my wife samantha makes it perfectly. a store bought crust. >> is the cheese supposed to be mixed into the sauce? >> that's a special plaza technique. >> tell us about the pizza stone. >> when you put it on the grill, i found out that if you just throw a pizza on the grill, you burned the heck out of it. put the stone on before you put the pizza on. i found when you close the lid eight to ten minutes, it cooks personal and gets a little bit of the grill smoke. >> what are you putting on here? >> cheese. >> no pepperoni yet?
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he said no pepperoni. >> we do half pepperoni -- >> do you like pepperoni, buddy? you don't like pepperoni. his side of the pizza won't get pepperoni. >> what's your favorite foot? >> gunner, what's your favorite foot? >> meat! >> we have some meat too. boone and gunner have come to like steak. they won't like this because this is what i call hot steak. there's hot pepper stuff called slap your mama from louisiana. you put slap your mama all over it and then some great quebec seasoning. i like to overseason and overseason. i like it hot. a ton of flavor. >> your boys are real quiet. my kids never stop talking. is that how they usually are? >> hey, buddy. >> they are pretty well behaved. gunner, do you want to go for a pass? grilling is really not grilling. it's family time outside.
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>> this is what you said was going to happen. >> this is basically what it looks like outside anyway at our house, anarchy. >> the baby is sad you're leaving "fox & friends." >> that's what it is. >> we all are. >> sorry, bowedy. >> he wants some food, food, food. >> how long are you cooking the steaks for? >> i'm a thr like it medium to rare but i usually overcook it because i'm learning. >> one hand on the baby, one hand on the grill. >> yeah. >> so are you a grill man or do you ever get in the kitchen too? >> my wife, who is happily off camera right now, preps everything, and i throw it on the grill but i do prep the steaks. i love it like everybody else out there, grilling outside, the family outside. throwing the football around in the yard. >> wait a second. i loo nif jersey. jersey corn is delicious. you have great corn in minnesota as well. that's a staple on the grill
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too. >> an easy staple. >> how do you make it? >> you have to shuck the corn first. you have to pull all the stuff on the inside out and then put it back inside the outer -- >> it looks pretty. >> and place it right up here. a little olive oil, salt and pepper, and it keeps the juice inside. >> thanks for bringing your boys. >> do you want anna to hold the baby anymore? >> yeah, anna, hold the baby. >> thanks, pete. >> we've been keeping track and it is 274 days since hillary clinton last held a real press conference. where has she been with rich people? is the strategy of disappearing from public view effective? a.b. stoddard and byron york assess it next. and then sadly anna is saying good-bye to "fox & friends" weekend. she has about 20 minutes left. we look back at some of her best moments ever. there are many. stay tuned. for those who can't imagine life without two wheels,
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raise your expectations. ask your gastroenterologist about humira. with humira, control is possible. get out your political advent calendars. today marks 274 days since hillary clinton held her last legitimate press conference. where has she been in the meantime and why is she doing this? here to tell us, two of our all-time favorites, a.b. stoddard and byron york joining us from washington. hillary's strategy of speaking only to donors is obviously intentional. is it a good idea politically? >> she, i think, tucker made this decision to run out the clock a long time ago. the problem was all these new questions are mounting a in the e-mail scandal. if it was dormant, no revelations stopped coming a
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while ago, she'd be fine, but look at what happens day after day. there are new things scheduled for release in september. in a four-way race, possibly five-way race, donald trump doesn't need 50% to win. so i think it's really, excuse me, i think it's a really risky strategy for her. >> byron, if i were a democrat, i'd be concerned because it suggests a certain arrogance, that they believe that donald trump is such a bad human being he just can't be president and she's going to be by default. maybe that's not true. >> absolutely. first of all, you asked where she was. she's been in steven spielberg's guest house in the hamptons. >> right. >> "new york times" reported that she's raised $50 million at fund-raisers in the last two weeks of august. so she has been doing something, but she hasn't been getting out there and pressing the flesh. meanwhile, donald trump has been campaigning pretty aggressively through august. i think a.b. is right that it is a sign of overconfidence. we've seen a number of reports from inside the campaign that
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they believe, frankly, that they just can't lose, and if they run out the clock, if they stay away from the e-mail allegations, then their built-in electoral advantage, which they believe is unassailable, will come through for them in november. >> it's interesting. we've been talking to the jeb bush people, just can't lose. >> money, money, money. >> part of the reason they think that, a.b., is because of the hispanic vote. hispanics famously don't like donald trump. hillary thinks she has a lock on them. clinton's favorability rating drops to 43% while trump goes up to 29%. that's not -- she's still winning but that's a lot closer. >> yeah, look, these same problems we're talking about
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that she would need to answer questions on in a press conference, all her ethical liabilities which are a disaster bother latino voters as well, but there's a new latino decisions poll out in "the l.a. times" yesterday that shows that latinos are far more engaged in this election, that they're checking in and reading up on the election a majority of them several times a week, that they're very energized. i think if you look, tucker, at the obama coalition of all the voting blocks, this is the one she can count on the most. young voters don't like her. believe me, they're far more galvanized than in 2012 and i think there will be impressive turnout for the democrat among latino voters. it all matters in a swing state. are they in florida, nevada? that will count and she shouldn't take them for granted. >> they need black turn out to be really, really high. will it anywhebe anywhere near t
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was in 2012. >> john kerry to barack obama, a big jump with barack obama in 2008 and 2012. i think you have to ask will that turnout stay at that level for hillary clinton? and the answer is probably no. >> probably not. she's winning as of this morning but i don't think she has it locked up as far as i can tell overall. thanks. it's great to see you both. thanks a lot. >> thanks, tucker. today is anna's final day on "fox & friends" weekend. we're not going to hide it, we are sad. we'll look back at some of her best moments. there are a ton of them so stay tuned. i wanted to know where my family came from. i did my ancestrydna. the most shocking result was that i'm 26% native american. i had no idea.
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we always say on this show, it's almost over. off the set we always say that because it's four hours long but today it's actually almost ana'. we are set sad, but before we go, we wanted to look back at a lot of fun moments on the show. fimplgts i think i need a nap. >> ana in her spot. >> our thanks so anna kooiman for filling in. >> welcome, everybody. >> you make the couch look good. >> where's anna? >> yay, come over here. >> we're going to wake up everybody with a smile. >> from the debut of "fox & friends" first. other stories making headlines.
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>> you' like "fox & friends", right? >> anna kooiman is live on long beach, where it's supposed to hit hard there. >> tell me about the devastation you experienced during the storm. >> wow, you know, we lost a lot. >> this is what a ef-5 tornado can do. >> we have fox team coverage of the worst terror attack in american since 9/11. >> this is condominium 111, which is owned by the gunman omar, the best thing about your wife you're going to remember. >> everything. >> here at "fox & friends" weekend, i'm anna kooiman. ♪
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>> everyone gets ready for the show differently. anna, you sometimes dance. >> i like to do a little dancing. ♪ you know what i mean ♪ i solve it ♪ check out the -- anna kooiman, a great singer. >> ♪ put some music that's soft and slow ♪ ♪ down down down and the flames went higher ♪ >> it's gonna be hot. >> she flies through the air with the greatest of ease. >> here we go. >> i should start push fog hazard pay, what do you think? ♪
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>> you're going to teach me to drive, right? >> let's go. >> all right. >> are you trying to kill me? you're going to race me? i'm anna, anna kooiman. ♪ pack your bags, anna, it's time for another road trip. ♪ >> here we go. yeah. i absolutely love your road trips, anna. i always want to go on them myself. >> we're going to have a little fun. >> whoo, oh, my god, this is definitely the coolest ever. >> it's the intrepid anna kooiman. anna does it all.
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>> i'm going to compete against anna kooiman, like i'm stupid? ♪ >> quite the athlete. have you even her arms? >> she beat mer in an arm-wrestling competition. >> you're looking to be active, you don't need an expensive membership. just get a dog. ♪ >> i brought along my baxter bear. >> really? they're as warm ago you are. >> our friend anna kooiman, it's her birthday and she got engaged. >> wait, are you allowed to say that? >> anna got married last nine.
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>> we're going to start with. >> he landed a big job in australia, in sydney, and we moving. >> eel be sorely missed. >> it's not "fox & friends", it's fox & family here. >> such a family. i don't know how to ever duplicate this. i hope that i can. i'm hoping to stay in tv in some way, shape or form. >> tucker and i have offered as a tv family to move with you to australia. >> yes, we have a spare bedroom. >> seriously you're making a life-affirming choice. >> making a choice for my husband and my marriage, and i'm crying, because i'm going to miss this show, but i'm excited about this adventure, an opportunity to live in another culture and be close to my nieces and nephews, and my mother and father-in-law, and live on the beach. >> what will you mist most about tucker? >> about tucker?
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tucker has an opinion about everything. everything. >> who is going to be overbearing in your life. >> and who will i call when my iphone breaks? >> we're going to miss you so much. >> for sure. >> thank you, anna, you're the best. we'll be right back. ♪ hmm gonna try with a little help from my friends ♪ hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go on that business trip? ♪ should i stay or should i go? ♪ this fall at choice hotels, the more you go the better! now earn a free night when you stay with us just two times. book direct at choicehotels.com.
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on my journey we're going rv'ing to san francisco. >> you're literally hopping in. >> tomorrow we'll by doing that. i hope everyone will follow me on social media.
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i'll post a lot of pictures from sea to shining sea, i'm going to see what america has to offer and show my husband nothing bus the best. we live you, anna. >> buy, you guys. \s. well-begin with a fox news alert. million of people along the eastern seaboard, especially in coastal areas are brace fog hermine. it may gain strength, possibly producing hurricane-force winds on monday and tuesday. several governors taking precautions and announcing emergency preparation. we'll have full team coverage. let's begin with maria molina in atlanta city. >> hello. a state of emergency has been dlabd, including ocean, cape may, and right

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