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his owner. >> what are we doing? >> when he was confronted the great dane asks like there's nothing to see. turning the puppy dog eyes to blame as being the culprit. >> thanks for joining us. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. >> have a good weekend. good morning to you and your family. it's friday. september 9th. guys, we only have 60 more days until this election. >> counting every minute. >> i can't believe this. >> donald trump closing the gap in those all important swing states. the new numbers that could be game changers in this race. then donald trump unleashes a brand new line of attacks on hillary clinton's character. >> it's all about hiding, criminal enterprise and that's what it's about. >> criminal enterprise? that's new. today trump will take his case to conservative voters.
will it work? we'll tell you shortly. then bill clinton says make america great again is racist. >> what it means is, i'll give you the economy you had 50 years ago. i'll move you back up on the social totem pole and others down. >> dog whistle. maybe he forgot he said the same thing and not just once, he said it many times and he was rolling his vcr. he let us use the vhs tape. let me remind you, it is friday. get dressed. your mornings are better with friends. >> why do you always tell people to get dressed? >> because i always feature them -- >> we don't want to know what you feature. >> put on aftershave. women get zipping up their boots and just running out the door. >> so, in other words, you
envision america as stubbly and there's going to be a -- >> and they all over slept. >> all right. >> anyway, thank you very much for joining us on this very busy friday. let's get right to the very latest. the race for the white house and it's a dead heat in four swing states. >> that is exactly right. brand-new battleground polls show hillary clinton's lead is shrinking. >> it is game on. john roberts at trump tower because it's nice. >> reporter: brian, ainsley, steve, good morning to you. i have to be honest with you, brian. i'm still trying to decide whether to buy vhs or beta. >> beta is better. >> reporter: it's a good day. you can believe it will be a good day on the 14th floor. quinnipiac polls. 47/47 in the state of florida.
hillary clinton leads donald trump now by only .3 of 1%. let's take a look at ohio. donald trump actually up by a point, 46/45. pennsylvania still problematic. hillary clinton continues to lead by five points, 48/43. in north carolina she's up by 4, 47/43. take a look at this. a suffolk poll shows the opposite, donald trump up by 3 points, 44/41. they attribute this to the fact that donald trump is on message, pretty disciplined in a pretty disciplined fashion. yesterday when he was at the charter school in cleveland talking about opportunities for young people in poverty to get an education he prefaced the whole thing with a sharp attack on hillary clinton. listen to this. >> hillary clinton's staff deleted and digitally bleached, which is acid cleaned, her e-mails after receiving a
congressional subpoena. she also and her staff destroyed some of her 13 different phones but this time with a hammer. i've never done that. >> reporter: so some evidence in the polls now that those attacks and hillary clinton's problems with the e-mail and other issues related to the clinton foundation may be beginning to stick in the minds of the voters. donald trump will continue to promote his new opportunity scholarships that he unveiled yesterday at this afternoon's values summit he has a 3:30 meeting. he'll talk about the importance of promoting supreme court justices. and a presidential ticket on the republican side has attended the value voters summit since it was created in 2006. brian, steve, ainsley. >> john roberts, thank you so much.
here's a little something of what i did after the show. went up to brian's radio show. at about 9:40 i said, boy, hillary really had a terrible commander in chief forum yesterday because, look, she was having a press conference and she was having a press conference alongside her plane. they called it a press conference but she only was there for 16 minutes, six questions. is that really a press conference? i don't know. there was a loud motor in the background. nonetheless, she had to get there and do damage control and mop up. >> that's the third press conference this year, but all three of them have taken place this week. >> that's right. apparently the hillary in hiding thing didn't work. >> you know what's the most important thing? i have a different take on the same reason. the reason why she's doing a press conference is the polls.
she was planning on raising money, getting ready for the debates but because the polls are closing, because the fbi investigation is progressing, because donald trump has gotten more organized with kellyanne conway, she has to play ball which will be better for the country. >> donald trump felt she had a disastrous news conference on the tarmac and tweeted just that. hillary just gave a disastrous news conference on the tarmac to make up for -- >> he's saying because he got the last word at the forum. she does the press conference last night and that was his tweet. >> plus, she really got grilled. for seven minutes she was grilled relentlessly by matt lauer who is being completely decimated by the political left. he was too rude to her. he was too hard on her and he did not destroy donald trump so they're saying -- >> do you believe also an executive nbc came out and said
it was disastrous? >> no. >> it's unbelievable how they jumped on him. i watched the whole thing back. on reel to reel. i thought it was very fair. >> i thought it was, too. >> he did the best he could in a forum in which he only has a half hour with these candidates. >> he hammered donald trump as well. i thought it was very fair. going back to the press conferences, donald trump has talked to the press over and over and over. if you look at the press conference, the number of minutes they've spent with the press, actually standing there taking questions, he's spent 4:38 this year talking to the press answering questions. she this week alone has spent 41 minutes answering questions. >> if you circle that number, ainsley, you'll understand why donald trump is creating controversy. you can't talk for 4 hours and however many minutes that is. >> 38. >> and not get yourself into trouble. at some point you're going to create some controversy. >> he's willing to take that risk. he wants to be transparent.
>> sure. the trump number does not include hours that he's appeared on network television answering questions as well. >> right. >> yesterday when he was out in cleveland he unveiled something new. the clinton situation is tied to a criminal enterprise that has put the nation at risk. listen. >> she put the country, and i mean the entire country at risk in order to cover up her pay for play scandals as secretary of state. these include scandals giving up uranium to russia, doing favors for ubs bank and selling contracts to friends and family in haiti. it's all about hiding criminal enterprise and that's what it's about. >> do you know what it's also about? do you hear the tone? >> very calm. very deliberate. i think that's part of the presentation. >> part of his new temperament? teleprompter temperament?
>> the sports analogy without people turning on me, don't drop the ball. you don't go for the. >> boomer: -- the bomb or the hail mary pass. >> sports analogies, i don't get it. >> sorry. let's talk about this. donald trump's motto, slogan, is make america great again. right? bill clinton was down in orlando, florida, giving a speech saying, that slogan, how dare he say it? make america great again. that's a dog whistle and it's racist. here's bubba. >> that message, make america great again, if you're a whot southerner you know exactly what it means, don't you? what it means is i'll give you the economy you had 50 years ago and i'll move you back up on the social totem poll and other people down. >> so he's saying that that slogan trump is using, make
america great again, is racist. unfortunately for him he has made that same slogan on behalf of himself and his wife. >> and it dates all the way back to 1991. listen to some things he said. >> i believe that together we can make america great again. to secure a better future for your children and grandchildren and to make america great again. i want to attack the problems and make america great again. it's time for another comeback, time to make america great again. >> he didn't say it once or twice. >> he put an ad. >> in an interview they asked -- >> the last one was him on behalf of hillary clinton. so he was saying hillary clinton would make america great again, which he says is racist. so what does that say about -- >> about the clintons? >> yeah. donald trump has always had his critics but no one's ever brought up racism in donald trump until he started running as president. that's why jesse jackson praised
him in 1999. >> what do you think about bill clinton saying make america great is racist even though he has used it. e-mail us, facebook us or tweet us. >> i don't think bill clinton is racist. >> thank you, brian. let's hand it over to heather with more headlines. >> good morning. happy friday. headlines to bring you now. a sheriff's deputy is in critical condition after he was shot in the line of duty. he was responding to a call near san jose, california, when a suspect stepped out of the home and fired right at him. listen to what happened when his fellow officers found out that he was going to survive. >> there was probably 30 officers out there in the hallway and the elation from them to see and hear that he's going to recover was outstanding. it just made my day. >> of course it did. the deputy's partner shot and killed that suspect. while you were sleeping the obama administration quietly shutting down a prison at guantanamo bay, cuba.
a military official confirming to fox news that the site known as camp 5 will now be turned into a medical clinic. that's where problematic prisoners, those on hunger strikes and war criminals, had been housed. they will be moved to another area. 61 prisoners remain at gitmo now. more disrespect for the red, white and blue. on the nfl's opening night. watch this. >> that is the broncos linebacker brandon marshall taking a knee during the anthem supporting his friend and former teammate colin kaepernick. in the meantime the president of the ncaa comparing colin kaepernick to rosa parks. it's a lofty name but it's not a stretch. we'll let history be the judge
how consequential kaepernick's actions is. what do you think of that, rose is a parks? >> the whole seahawks team wants to do that this sunday. on 9/11. >> they want to do something to support our officers prior to 9/11. >> they're thinking about taking a knee or sitting down. >> wow. >> stand by for that. meanwhile, matt lauer hammered by the political left because of asking hillary clinton for her e-mail scandal. ryan lock by is banned fr from -- lochte is banned from visiting the white house. >> what?
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think in part because she's got decades of record where there are some inconsistencies. there are times when she's tried to pander to her base. there are some positions she's held that might be a little bit damaging. she got in trouble by trying to split the difference and pander to the base while talking to the middle on the issue of whether illegal immigrants should have driver's licenses. this is a moment that got panned. now that she's on the stage for a general election debate, you know, this will actually be the first time that she has made it out of the primary and on the stage debating against a republican. it will be very interesting to see how she tries to manage those past positions. >> absolutely. they weren't head to head, but they were on the same debate stage separated by half an hour. >> jessica, what do you think? >> i think the debates actually favored hvg as long as she really feels like she's coming
in there as an underdog. >> she's the underdog now? >> no, she needs to feel that she is. i think that's critical. she shines when she's in that position. contrast with someone like hillary clinton is a policy wonk. she's not a fantastic campaigner. maybe not joel benneton. the rest of us know that. if she stands up there and goes for the substance. her style will not be the same. he might not like it as much but if they're deciding who should be commander in chief, it favors her. >> kristen, real quick. matt lauer has been absolutely pulverized by the political left because he asked hard questions of her and apparently did not destroy donald trump. don't you think what the left is doing, this is the lightning round, quick answer, they're working the rest for the future debates? >> this bias the media has isn't towards the left, it's towards
big flashy headlines and stories. i hope this will get to stories as well. >> for me? >> i thought the issue with matt lauer's interview he spent 1/3 to half on her e-mails. he didn't push back on donald trump when he pulled his famous line out that he didn't support the war in iraq which we know he did. >> she voted on the war and he was a business guy. >> it doesn't matter. he's running on his record as a businessman. she's going to talk about his bankruptcies, accusations of racism throughout his career. these are things that she can bring up. he has a record, too. you know, he built this big company. he's going to have to defend it. the e-mails is fair game obviously but it needs to be fair. >> the election is 60 days away. kristen and jessica, thank you very much for joining us live today. >> thanks. >> good talk. meanwhile, we've heard hillary clinton say this before. >> i did not e-mail any classified material to anyone on my e-mail. there is no classified material.
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hey, ed. >> after dodging the press for months, hillary clinton has talked to the media several times this week. donald trump declaring she's trying to change the subject from this whole e-mail controversy as she took questions on a tarmac no reporters asked her about her e-mail as a government source told fox in one e-mail examined by the fbi, virtually every paragraph has what are known of portion markings. they're used to signify it's classified information. that could undercut clinton's claim to the fbi she did not know what any of these markings meant. clinton had a new examination that there were no headers, clear markings of any kind telling her they were classified information. watch. >> secretary clinton, how can you expect those such as myself who work hard to trust america's most sensitive information to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national
security. >> there was no statement secret, top secret or confidential. i communicated about classified material on a wholly separate system. i took it very seriously. >> now colin powell is clarifying an e-mail he sent to clinton in 2009 that seemed to lay out a roadmap for how to evade recordkeeping laws. powell is now saying he was not trying to influence clinton. he was talking about going around the state department servers with private e-mails from friends. he said the official e-mails were captured by state department servers. this controversy goes on. >> ed, it does. thank you very much. meanwhile, it's one of the most talked about tv shows.
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we'll ask retired rear admiral casey cohn and retired major general, tom cutler is here. all of them are part of mission readiness. what is the sense, generals, thanks so much for being here, your message is so important for the next generation of our military. what is going on between the military and the civilian government? >> we live in a country where we respect the fact that our president is the commander in chief and we all respect that and i believe all of our generals, all of our admirals consistently provide their very best advice. at the end of the day you have that decision and that our commander in chief owns it. >> i would say, too, admiral, the commander in chief owns it, but i would also add to the fact that if they don't listen or if they continue to speak up, they also get told to retire. >> well, we serve at the
pleasure of the president so if, in fact, you find yourself in disagreement with the president, you may find yourself unemployed. >> right. >> that's the deal. >> i guess that is the deal, but what's in the best interests of america, general? >> well, i think in -- in the best interests of the country is that the generals and admirals and flag officers feel free to be able to speak their mind to the president and give him their best advice. that's why he hired them. >> i want you to hear what donald trump said the other night. i want to get your take because it strikes at your home and what you do for a living. here's him talking about the generals. >> i think the leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton, the generals have been reduced to rubble. they have been reduced to the point where it's embarrassing for our country. >> i'm not sure what he means that they've been reduced to rubble. if i had been at that presidential discussion, the question i would have liked to have asked both of them is as we
look to the future, we have perhaps concerns today, as we look to the future we're concerned that only 29% of our young people are even eligible to join the military. our generals provide advice, but it is our men and women of the military that do all the hard work. >> you're talking about readiness, right, admiral? and what is going on with the next generation? >> absolutely. that's what we focus on is the next generation. i have absolute confidence that our generals and admirals are giving the president good advice. i'd like to be more confident in the next generation. >> some of the numbers are staggering about the next generation. it's an all volunteer fours. one in four have criminal records, one in seven nationwide are not enrolled in college and not doing anything in the work force. 71% nationwide can't qualify for military service because they can't pass the entrance exam, math and problem solving skills beings or overweight.
>> that's absolutely correct. there are solutions to that. >> what is that? >> well, early childhood education is a big piece of that. we believe strongly that we have to educate our youth and get them started on the right path. >> that's parents, isn't it? >> well, it's parents, but it's also our school system. it's also the government support for those school systems and for parents. >> general, in particular you're saying the school system's dropping the ball? >> in some cases, yes. right now with nutrition standards, 98% of the schools are in compliance. there's 2% that are still struggling. the child nutrition act is about to be reauthorized and we're actively promoting that the standards that were set be maintained, nutrition standards. there's fewer schools that have required physical education and all of these things add up to this complex obesity problem that affects 70% of those who are not qualified to go in the
military. we tend to take a long view. we're not -- we're not looking at next week, next year serious. we're looking 10, 15, 20 years out. if we're to maintain this really strong, really strong worldwide capability, we're going to have to have this -- the youth come forward. we need to make them ready. >> shouldn't there be some message within the schools that the military is a viable option? are you convinced in the primary schools they're getting that message? >> i don't know that they hear it in the primary schools. certainly we have recruiters that go to each of the schools and present the opportunity. when i was a wing commander, i was adjutant general of michigan, i had a very direct role in recruiting. it's very difficult to do so because a lot of young people would like to serve in the military, but they simply can't pass the entrance exam. there's clear evidence that if young people go to preschool, as
we all -- many of us have sent our own children to preschool, funding for preschool education at the state and federal level can make a lot of difference and help those young people get on the right path educationally so that they can join the military. >> we hosted a quality preschool education helps not just with education and lasts long into high school and beyond -- >> right. >> -- but we also know that it keeps kids away from crime. we have good statistical evidence to support that. >> i would say this. i know what you're saying about preschool. i see very few people that will push back on the need for preschool. i sent my son to public school, you're taking two periods of gym. in public school, it's not taken nearly as serious. >> it's moving the other way and we think that needs to be reversed. >> thank you all very much.
thanks so much. appreciate you joining us. heather, tell us what else is happening in the news. >> i will. good morning. good morning to all of you. one of the nation's largest banks, wells fargo, is under fire this morning accused of using its customers' information to open new accounts and issuing new credit cards with fees. the problem with that is the customers never even knew about it. 5,000 bank employees have now been fired. they're accused of taking money from those accounts for five years in order to meet sales quotas. the bank is slapped with $185 million in fines and they'll be forced to pay back those customers. an suv up in flames. look at this right here. what on earth caused that? a smartphone. it's the galaxy note 7 reportedly sparking a fire that completely torched this jeep in florida. the phone was charging in that suv when it blew up pretty much like a ticking time bomb.
the owner had just had it for four days. >> surprising to me how quick the dash caught on fire. once it got the dash, the airbags went and started a 6.4 liter. >> wow, completely destroying that car. this coming as the faa issues a brand-new warning about the cell phones telling users to keep them off while flying. 2.5 million were recalled over battery issues. army football team prays and now they're under investigation. >> playing our brand of football. >> well, the u.s. military academy now investigating whether or not the team prayer violated religious freedoms of the players. that prayer edited out this video on the team's youtube page after 90 people registered complaints. one concerned person writing, quote, coach monacan has no business telling my son and his
army teammates to get on their knees and pray to jesus. this violates the constitution and to think this happened at west point. e-mail us at friends at fox news.com. we'll read some of those later in the show hopefully. those are your headlines. i'll see you soon. >> unreal. west point. >> wow. there you go. >> thank you, heather. meanwhile, straight ahead, this guy says he's the son of a prince and he's worth millions of dollars, so why is this guy on food stamps? >> royalty doesn't pay like it used to. the new iphone now available for pre-order. but is it worth the hype and is it worth your money? what about those headphones, wireless headphones? kurt, the cyber guy's advice, that you're going to want to hear before you hit the buy button. >> this is journey. why they broke up, i don't know. >> or did they break up. ♪ any way you want it
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all right. time for some news by the numbers. first, $1.7 billion. that massive payment from the united states to iran for freed prisoners may not have been the first. experts saying any prior payments in cash could not have been traced. there you go. next, millions, that's how much a man with ties to iranian royalty is worth. problem is, he's on food stamps. cops in ohio raiding his 8,000 square foot home complete with horse stables and luxury cars and he is on food stamps. finally, number one, yale university topping colleges -- college factuals with a best of colleges in the united states. >> is that a good school? >> yale? pre-orders for apple's new iphone starting overnight just days after the company unveils the seventh generation of its product, but is it worth all the hype and is it worth your money?
>> you would never ask me something like that, would you? >> you would ask chris, the cyber guy that point. >> that's a good point. >> 12:01 in the morning overnight is when pre-orders lit up at apple. they're not about to tell us the numbers this year. they said it's not about demand, it's more about supply. here's the phone that people are talking about. it's the apple iphone 7. it is now available regardless of which carrier you have and the features that are coming out here, well, they may not be the kind of break-through things that steve jobs would have tauted on stage but it is a solid upgrade from where it did come from. let's go through them. the camera is outstanding that you're looking at. >> cameras. >> dual lens on the front side. 12 megapixels. it takes spectacular images. that was proven. it has a lightning earpod on the bottom. the ear phone jack is now gone from the phone and everybody is just blazing online about criticism about this.
well, they've also been upset about a lot of things apple has done in the past. remember, they removed the cd or dvd drive from computers. what are you doing? we all got used to it. wireless. >> those are the worst because i'm going to lose them. >> these little things, those air pods, those will be in the bottom of i can't tell you how many airplane seats because they're tiny but, look, they work. they are a really good product. >> you have to pay for them. >> $159. >> they're not free. >> they don't come with the phone but the other head sets do with the adapter. >> because they're so little there is going to be a piece of software where it's find my ear buds. >> actually, there is. there is. >> can you rewind a little bit? you said you will get the ear phones free. you will get the wired ones. the lightning head set. on the bottom of the existing iphone here this audio jack goes bye-bye and the lightning jack that you charge with now becomes
the plug for the head set. that will come with the phone but not the wireless. >> you can't charge and wear your headphones at the same time. >> correct, except if you spend $39 and get an adapter. >> what about if we want to upgrade? >> i'll tell you what. if you go to "fox & friends" website right now or if you go to the facebook page, i will show you -- if you go on facebook and hit cyber guy, you can find this. you can see right there if you qualify for an upgraded iphone right now or just any phone. your phone company, there's a process. we have every phone company listed there. you just follow the instructions and in a matter of seconds you'll find out if you qualify or are eligible for the old phone? >> wipe out the old phone. >> there you go. no matter what you do, if you decide to get a new phone at any point, make sure you wipe your old phone. >> right. >> have a plan for the old phone. are you trading it in? >> crush it with a hammer. >> no, because you can sell it. >> of course he had to do that. he had to do that.
>> thanks so much. >> thank you, curt. still ahead on this friday, hillary clinton says isis wants donald trump to be president. can you imagine if donald trump said that? we're talking to trump campaign manager, kellyanne conway in the next hour. >> do you have a college savings plan for your child? if not, is it too late? >> not for ainsley. ♪ ♪ e open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
well, guess what, you're in luck. here with answers to your money questions is the host of the national radio show chris brown's true stewardship, chris brown is here. >> honored to be here. >> we have some viewer questions and before we get to those about saving money and setting up the kids and things like that, i want you to share with the audience your personal story. >> well, the thing is all the way back when i was a kid, i can remember growing up in a roach infested apartment and being completely alone. having no hope and sleeping under a bridge in southern california for a long period of time. just a single mom, multiple divorces, lots of violence and poverty. growing up i realized i don't want to do that when i grow up. i graduated from college and i started my life off with kicking tail, rocking and rolling. next thing i know i bought a bunch of investment homes back in 2007. >> how much did you buy? >> eight. right before the bust and next thing i know i'm paying mortgage payments on eight vacant homes i can't rent, i can't sell.
so i went bankrupt in 2011, so now i feel like my goal is to help people not fall in that same trap. >> all right. we'll listen to your advice. the first question is from kristen. she's from oklahoma. she says to you, chris, i have three children who need college funds started. they are 5, 7 and 9. where should i start? >> the best instruments for this is the 529 plan or a 529 plan or an esa -- education savings account. the thing i want to tell people on this one is make sure that you don't do that before retirement. you don't want them taking care of you after they graduate from college and they probably have about a 50% chance of graduating and using that degree. almost 100% chance of retiring. so take care of retirement first. >> michelle from texas says i have personal loans of $14,000 and $8,000 in pay day loans which are high interest rates. the pay day loans worry me a lot. we don't make a lot of money, i don't know where to start or
what to. >> that's a horrible feeling. pay day loans are brutal, stay away. she has to kick it in the teeth. she has to go after it, she has to sell some things. she has to live on a very small budget. take an extra job. both take an extra job. but you can fall into debt but you can't fall out of debt. you have to attack it. >> what are those pay day loans? >> they're absolutely brutal. where you get a huge loan for 21, 30, 40, 50% interest. the only way you can get out of it, you're making $500 payments, $1,000 payments. you have to kick it in the teeth. >> those are the check cashing places, they cake your paycheck -- >> when i walk by them, i start to cringe. i know the bondage tied to those places. >> you're right, kick it in the teeth. thanks, chris. good to see you. >> thank you. still to come, hillary clinton says isis wants donald trump to be president. trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway is here to react to that.
when it's time to go for business, book on choicehotels.com and get a free night when you stay with us two times. book direct at choicehotels.com well, good morning to you and your family. it's friday. it's september 9th. we are now 60 days away from the election. donald trump is closing the gap in those swing states. the new numbers that could be a game changer in this race. then bill clinton says donald trump's slogan make america great again, well, that's racist. >> what it means is, i'll give you the economy you had 50 years ago and i'll move you back up on the social totem pole and other people down. >> well, maybe bill clinton forgot he said exactly the same thing a bunch of times and we have got the tape.
and the libertarian candidate, his name is gary johnson. he has a major meltdown on morning television. >> and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. >> imagine if that happened to donald trump? think about that for a second. we'll ask kellyanne conway, but again, i told you to think about that for a second. while i review the slogan -- mornings are better with "friends." >> all right. thank you very much for joining us. we have a very, very busy friday. kellyanne conway is going to be coming up. we have a whole bunch of questions to ask her about trump's numbers. she -- hillary clinton's numbers are going down, his is going up. >> that didn't make "the new york times." four negative donald trump stories on the front page. >> are you surprised? >> a little bit. >> they squeezed in one anti-matt lauer story. >> only one? there were a bunch of them. we'll talk about this. >> we have the latest polls,
yeah, they're getting neck and neck in the swing states. but first, we hand it over to heather who has some headlines for us. some important news from overseas overnight. it is a fox news alert. north korea intensifying the show of force overnight. the communist country carrying out the most powerful nuclear test yet meant to send a direct message to what it considers to be a hostile united states. the latest blast was so strong that it triggered a 5.3 magnitude earthquake. south korea calling kim jong un's latest move fanatic recklessness. president obama promised the provocative actions will be met with serious consequences but we have heard that before from the president. a sheriff's deputy in serious condition after he was shot in the line of duty. he was responding to a call near san jose, california, when a suspect stepped out of the home and fired right at him. listen to what happens when his
fellow officers found out that he was going to survive. >> there's probably 30 officers up there in that hallway right now. and the elation from them to see and hear that he's going to recover was outstanding. just made my day. >> well, the deputy's partner shot and killed that suspect. the fbi issuing a disturbing new terror warning for stadiums across the country. isis inspired terrorists in america are planning attacks at soft targets including sporting events and also concerts. 75% of the terror attacks in the last year in the united states has happened at soft target places including the pulse nightclub in orlando. that coming from the fbi. well, more fallout for u.s. gold medallist ryan lochte. he and three others are banned to a post olympic trip to the white house after being involved with the drunken incident in rio. the decision has some folks scratching their heads since he went to the white house after he was caught on camera smoking weed and then getting a dui.
rick ross was invited to the youth empowerment forum even though he was arrested for assault and his ankle monitor went off at the event. >> it's not the white house saying don't go. >> so the whole olympic team was invited to the white house and the olympic team said, everyone can go, but ryan, you can't go. >> he's been suspended from going swimming. >> he's not suspended from "dancing with the stars." >> thank goodness. >> he can dance. >> he got one endorsement. >> heather, he'll lose to governor perry. it's his to lose. now for the latest on the race to the white house. it's a dead heat in the swing state, guys. >> quite a few of them. brand-new battleground polls show hillary clinton's lead is shrinking. >> all right. and they're cheering over where john roberts is right now. he's outside of donald trump's office and house, the trump tower. >> reporter: good morning to
you, steve, ainsley, brian. yeah, they're feeling good at the trump campaign after a slew of quinnipiac polls that came out yesterday that showed the big turn around in the polls that they were expecting over the last few weeks finally is beginning to happen. take a look at this. first of all, quinnipiac poll in florida tied up 47-47. in the state of ohio, so incredibly important on the path to victory if you want to become the president particularly if you're a republican, donald trump now leads hillary clinton by a point. 46-45. still some trouble in pennsylvania where she leads by five points, 48-43. and in north carolina where the quinnipiac poll shows her ahead by four points. but take a look at this. a suffolk university poll taken shows donald trump up by three point, 44-41. so some conflicting information coming out of north carolina this morning. today donald trump will be at the values voters summit in washington, d.c. he'll reach out to social conservatives, trying to energize them.
he'll talk about the importance as he sees it of appointing strict constitutionalist conservative justices to the supreme court. people that he likes would be in the mold of the late antonin scalia. he'll talk about the plan for school choice for those children who live in poverty. planning to repurpose $20 billion existing federal dollars in the form of block grants to the states which would be then doled out as scholarships. worth about $9,000 to $10,000 to more than 2 million families initially so they could pay for public schools outside of the district, parochial schools, charter schools, even private schools. here's what he had to say about that in cleveland. >> if we can put a man on the moon, dig out the panama canal, and win two world wars, then i have no doubt that we as a nation can provide school choice to every disadvantaged child.
>> reporter: his running mate mike pence will be joining him at the value voters summit in washington, d.c. significant because it's the first time that a republican presidential ticket has appeared at this summit since it was created back in 2006. the goal -- to energize social conservatives millions of whom stayed home in 2012. you'll hear ted cruz talk about it in the year running up the primaries that you need to energize the social conservatives, they can help propel a republican candidate to victory in 2016. ainsley, steve, brian? >> thank you very much. i heard somebody give a stat yesterday or the day before that donald trump's standing now with republicans is in the 80's which is a step in the right direction. >> i heard it was 90 as high as 90% in the last poll that came out and i believe that was the -- the cnn poll. >> 90% of republicans are supporting him? >> although a lot were sounding off against him yesterday.
>> meanwhile, you saw the commander in chief forum a couple of nights ago over on nbc and msnbc. matt lauer has been absolutely pulverized by the political left because he asked her seven minutes worth of important questions about the e-mail stuff. and as it turns out, he's pulverized because he did not try to kill donald trump. what's interesting, somebody did the analysis. he did interrupt her seven times and they said he was too mean to her. he interrupted her a lot. he interrupted her seven times in a polite fashion. interrupted donald trump 13 times in a more confrontational way. >> i watched it. i thought it was completely even. i thought he interrupted -- >> he seemed fair. >> i thought he interrupted donald trump several times and i -- >> 13. >> right. i thought it was very even. you watched it too. >> i watch it too. here's the thing. this is first time that she's been answering questions directly with a follow-up question directly about the e-mail situation. he was very, very prepared.
when her answers did not add up, he followed up. when she decided to explain it away as a partisan attack, he came back with james comey's review and she had no answer. and that is the problem. and her presentation was not strong. as other people have brought up, people say it's not a sexist comment to say when you're being looked at as a president it's not only what you say it's how you say it and how you presented it. hence, al gore. he had all of the answers but he came off arrogant and self-important. therefore, he lost to a more authentic george bush. that's the -- people talked about her presentation and her anger yesterday. two days ago. that is part of being a president. how are you going to act under pressure? i thought that if you look at the news that came out, the negative news that came out, more negative news came out on donald trump from that forum than on hillary clinton. from vladimir putin to his review on the generals, to his take on the iraq war. those were three themes being used where yesterday everyone was trying to defend hillary
clinton. >> did you know that they're even using this as a fund-raising tactic? they sent out an e-mail -- >> matt lauer. >> about matt lauer. they're hoping more people will feel sorry for hillary clinton and give her more money. >> you know what's interesting, yesterday rather than talking in if -- up until noon or 1:00, rather than talking about what a terrible appearance hillary clinton had at the commander in chief forum where you know she was grilled for seven minutes nonstop, they were talking about gary johnson, he was over on another channel. he was asked about a place, an important place that he should have known about. he did not. and he spent -- they spent the whole day talking about gary johnson. why? well, here's how it started. >> what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. it's the epicenter of the refugee crisis -- >> oh, i thought he was talking about an acronym.
i was thinking of an american -- american -- i don't know. a.l. you're going to make mistakes going forward also. i would make mistakes as president of the united states but i'd be transparent in that, hey, i made a mistake. shouldn't have said what i said or whatever it happens to be. move on. whether or not that disqualifies me as being president of the united states, that'll be for people to determine. >> here's the thing about politics. you make one mistake and it can change the trajectory -- >> it's a big mistake. >> it's a huge mistake. he was hoping to get on the debate stage. if you get 15% or more, you can participate in the debates. i'm not sure this is going to help him. >> right. not going to help. >> not going to help him. >> i thought greg gutfeld had a great point on this. what's worse not what's going on in aleppo or knowing and then doing nothing? that's what the president has done and in and around aleppo, 400,000 people have been killed during this administration. >> do you know what's curious about this? the day before gary johnson messed up the answer on aleppo,
mitt romney said i would like to see gary johnson on the debate stage. i wonder if mitt romney feels that way today. >> yeah. it's all about timing. >> yes. >> yes, we'll find out where mitt romney stands sooner or later. meanwhile, 12 minutes after the hour. coming up, they were put up to show support for police officers. now, they have to come down until you -- until you hear why -- wait till you hear why. it is disgusting. plus donald trump wants a wall. you know that. >> everybody wants the wall. we'll have the wall. we'll have the wall. well, that's very nice. >> well, now the united kingdom wants to build a wall of its own. and we have a brit who lives here now and he's next on "fox & friends." it's easy to love your laxative...
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immigrants from entering a country. >> really? >> but it is not where you might think. >> the uk now announcing a plan to build a wall to stop migrants from sneaking into britain from france. so this could this be a big told you so moment for donald trump? >> here to discuss is former strategy director to british prime minister david cameron and the crowdpac ceo steve hilton. great to have you. >> great to be here. >> when donald trump said hey, when we're building a wall and mexico is going to pay for it, some people say he's crazy. you can't build a wall. but now, great britain is talking about it. what's the reaction? >> i think i there's nothing unreasonable about a country wanting to protect its borders. and as you said, when you hear people -- critics of trump talking about the plan it's as if he's talking about building a wall on the moon or something. this plan in the uk shows that countries have a perfectly good right and responsibility to decide who comes into their
country and to protect their borders. i think if the uk is doing it it shows that the u.s. should do it and other countries too. i don't understand. i think it shows actually why so many of the things that trump says seem so strange and crazy to people pause we have got so used to -- because we got so used to government being useful and income me tent and people can't cope with it. >> the president built a wall around the white house. if you buy a house, a lot of people put a fence around or a brick wall around the house. >> israel's got a wall. >> that's right. if you talk to the political elite their turn their nose up at it. >> and we should vet the people that come into our country. to make sure whether they have terrorist connections, whether they are committed to american values. what's wrong with that? again, people think that that's some outlandish, unreasonable thing and it's not. >> this gets people angry, not
only did people disagree with you, but they call you names. xenophobic, you're not tolerant, you don't like hispanic people. people sit there and they simmer. donald trump walks out and they cheer. and that i think -- there's a linkage there. >> exactly. there's no contradiction actually between being an open and welcoming country to people who can come here and contribute to our economy and our society. as well as protecting our borders and making sure that the kind of people we don't want in america don't get in. >> sure. it's interesting because in your home country in the last couple of months they had the big brexit vote which you were involved in. >> absolutely. >> on the winning side. >> absolutely. >> it was all about choice. we don't like the direction we're going. right now, coming up, november 8th. we have a choice as well. which path are we going to go and these two candidates are two completely different choices. >> i think that the thing that connects those two big votes is this sense that people have had for many years now that it
doesn't matter who they elect in england whether it's conservatives or labor, here democrats or republicans. it's as if nothing really changes in their life. whoever is in government. then when you get a candidate like trump who really looks like he's going to make a big difference, people really respond to that. just as in brexit where they felt finally we can take control of our country and make a big change. >> finally they're listening to us. >> yeah. >> here's the other thing. you're stupid if you're vote for brexit, and naive and do you mean if you vote for trump. >> you're racist, xenophobic, you want to put up the wall. to your country, and not be welcoming to anyone at all. that's not what that was about. it's not what it's about here and i think people will be surprised when they see the outcome just as they were in the -- >> you're predicting that trump is going to win? >> i think it's already we can see from the poll, it's so much closer than people predicted even a few weeks ago. >> steve, thank you. >> good to be with you. well coming up, bill clinton
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it's an $800 million mission. it's going to take two years it says just to get to bennu. the goal is to get a sample of that asteroid like in a ziploc bag and then bring it back here to earth for research. >> who is? bruce willis? i doubt it. a visa loophole that allowed the 9/11 hijackers to remain in the u.s. is still here today. officials say many people are coming to the u.s. legally, but we're not really sure if they actually leave. sully, sully. sully. sully! where are you? >> where are you, sully? the new movie called "sully" reveals the untold story on miracle on the hudson. >> i hear it's great.
should we go see it? i'm not going to go unless the guy from nerdtears.com tells me to. kevin mccarthy. >> steve, i see what you did there by saying it's landing in theaters. i'm not going to lie, that made me laugh. definitely made me laugh. that was very clever. >> this looks like a great movie, but we have heard people say that it's not accurate. >> well, the film itself is basically the untold story in regards to it -- it picks right up after the events of the plane landing on the hudson and then it's more about what sully went through in regards to the hearings, the ntsb saying he could have made it back to laguardia. but clint eastwood directed this movie. i had the insane rare opportunity to sit down with him. when i sat down in this room, all i wanted to know is how do you recreate the plane landing on the hudson? and while he was answering this question, he decided to eat peanuts. watch this. >> how are you making it look like they're actually hitting the water. how do you film that? >> i don't know how i did that.
you just do it in pieces. we shot all the point of views of the boats coming in. all this. then we shot back in the lake here in california, we shot where the plane -- the exact same plane, same type of plane. and in the lake on a gim bell and we can move it around. >> that's awesome. >> it is. you surround yourself with the people who know a lot of stuff, then you can do all kinds of stuff. >> okay. >> that was the man with no name. a man with no name. >> that's called experience. you can do whatever you want when you're clint eastwood, right? eat peanuts in the interview. >> 86 years old. he's 86 years old. >> wow. he looks great. >> think of all the films he's made, "american sniper" it's
phenomenal. and it's only about 90 minutes long. they recreate the plane landing about three or four times from different perspectives. and tom hanks does a brilliant job of playing captain sully and laura linney who plays sully's wife is fantastic as well. i gave it a 4.5 out of 5. my only problem with the film there was a bit of dialogue issues early on and some stories didn't play out the way i wanted them to. but overall a very solid film. i knew nothing about the hearings and the story that he went through. >> ntsb has a problem with it. >> you sat down with sully, didn't you? >> yeah. this was an incredible honor. this was before my clint eastwood interview. the eastwood interview wasn't supposed to happen, but i saw him in the hallway. and captain sully i spoke to him about watching tom hanks play him on camera, does that give you any insight into yourself?
>> do you learn things about yourself, mannerisms wise that hanks picked up on? >> sure. 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. kind of weird. but you're right. i began to notice things about -- did i move my hands or how much did i blink, something about the little things 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. it seems true, it seems real. >> sully shaved his mustache. he lost his mustache. >> yeah. and tom hanks grew out his mustache and they actually painted his mustache white to make it look like that. if you want to see more of clint eastwood eating peanuts follow me on twitter and i'll post the
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the libertarian candidate gary johnson he's the former governor of new mexico, gary today you might want to hold your yeahs, he got himself demoted from third party candidate to maybe fifth party candidate with this. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> about -- >> aleppo. >> what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. it's the epicenter of the refugee crisis -- >> okay, got it. got it. >> okay. >> i hate to say it, but that could cost him the election. again, does he know who he is now, i guess? ironically the thing that put gary johnson on the map is not knowing the map. >> jimmy kimmel. >> that was pretty clever. that last line. >> look who's here, kellyanne
conway who is donald trump's campaign manager. do you think mitt romney who came out the day before and said i really hope gary johnson can be on the debate stage, do you think he still wants him on the debate stage? >> i'm sure he does. romney and a lot of the consultants are swinging at us every day. they can't believe what's happening and they can can't believe the republican party is trying to veer towards the elites where it was going and over to the party of the worker. >> i can't believe that mitt romney wants people to vote for somebody other than the republican. >> yes. that's a great point. because, you know, everything that we're doing over at the trump campaign in particular mr. trump is done without the full support of the republicans. he has them taking swings at hs embarrass him at the rnc. we're working with the rnc.
working on the ground game and i know there's professional jealousy, as goes mr. trump. because he's taking the case to hillary clinton in the way that you see the polls tightening, doing policy speechers. he's an excellent debater and the way he's preparing is as unconventional as he is as a candidate. >> the quinnipiac polls has him up in ohio, dead heat in florida. back on top according to the polls in north carolina. it will force him off the bench and into the game. in the big picture though, when you look at the criticism that matt lauer's gotten, do you believe it's justified? are you unhappy with the way he approached his forum last night? >> no, i think it's completely unjustified to be criticizing matt lauer and to suggest that people in the media thought their immediate colleague matt lauer should be protecting hillary clinton and not asking her the tough questions about her report. brian, the rest of the country agrees with matt lauer. they obviously have a problem with her lies, restart with libya, with boko haram and benghazi. look at her polling numbers.
why isn't this woman putting this race away? she has the perfect d.c. resume and this would be next. by way, they act like -- matt lauer is being attacked in a way as if he put the private server, you know n the house. like, guys, he didn't, she did. it's as if he deleted 33,000 e-mail, he hid another 17,000 from you. so people have a problem with her. her honest and trustworthy numbers have gotten worse. >> there were no headers! >> matt lauer is someone else to blame if someone attacks her. let me ask you about this. she said that isis is praying for donald trump to become president. what if he had said that? >> listen to this. >> isis spokes people rooting for donald trump's victory. the jihadists see this as a great gift. they are saying, oh, please, allah, make trump president of america. >> bizarre. >> now, what if the roles were
reversed, what if he said that. what would have been the reaction of the mainstream media? >> well, it becomes the loop on the chyron for three straight days. there's evidence to the contrary that the way that the media covered donald trump is the way that americans look at donald trump. that's the greatest disconnect, the greatest story not told in this campaign in my view. when you go to the rallies when you go -- i was at the fair in a county, mahoning county in ohio on monday with governor pence and mr. trump. that's not even a rally where you have a ticket and you're going to sit and you're waiting. it was a fair. people were eight and ten deep. they couldn't get him through. secret service wouldn't allow him to do his interview outside because of the security concerns. 80, 85,000 people. she doesn't get that. because she -- she doesn't get that. she doesn't do rallies and fairs because she doesn't get the crowds. >> here is donald trump walking
past the funnel cake. >> i wanted to stop and he kept walking. for the funnel cakes. it's unbelievable, people who say that rallies or fairs don't matter, they need to look. he's build a movement and people are happy to be part of the movement. you see it reflecting in the polls. >> of course the slogan make america great again. who knew it was racist? that is what bill clinton said down in orlando this week. listen to this and then we've got something embarrassing about mr. clinton. >> that message where i'll give you america great again, if you're a white southern you know exactly what it means, don't you? what it means is, i'll give you the economy you had 50 years ago and i'll move you back up on the social totem pole and other people down. >> really? is that what he meant when he said this, bill clinton, for his wife and for himself? listen. >> i believe that together we can make make america great
again. to secure a better future for your children and grandchildren and make america great again. i want to attack these problems and make america great again. it's time for another comeback. time to make america great again. >> so when trump says it, it's racist, but when he says it's not? >> that performance is really something. bill clinton is known as a very strong campaigner, a great voice in politics. and not this cycle. i think she's going to ask him to stop campaigning again soon. look, this is what happens when you have been in public life for 30 some years. chances are, you have said something that contradicteds what you're saying now and i -- actually the idea that he's calling, you know, millions and millions of americans racist because they support donald trump is really a disgrace. i think it's part of how we'll win. people are so tired of being told who they are, and what they think and how to believe and how to vote. and also they're tired of the political correctness. they tired of people presuming what's in their heart. i think this is a big mistake on
their heart. just like hillary clinton saying that, you know, claiming that donald trump -- he talked about the national security. in 2008 she came out of the national security briefing. she said i'm getting the national security briefing, i'll not confident about our military readiness. now she attacks him. my faith is in the voter, i think the reason that the polls are tightening is because the people see mr. trump giving specific policy speeches, she's still talking about him. >> i know you're off to washington, d.c. thank you. look at who's hanging out in our greenroom, this donald trump. he's like alike. he's taken the country by storm. he's saving his best impression just for us. it will be huge. don't go anywhere. we get ready to honor the -- mark 15 years since the 9/11 attacks. i got a special tour of something you should be doing too and i discovered a powerful
yet up 90% fall short in getting key nutrients from food alone. let's do more. add one a day women's gummies. complete with key nutrients we may need... ...plus it supports bone health with calcium and vitamin d. one a day vitacraves gummies. 2,977 people died on september the 11th, 2001, and behind each victim is an important story. the 9/11 tribute center in new york city is a project designated and designed to bring each of those stories to life forever. >> and brian toured that center the very special -- with a very special guide. >> yeah. joe connor, he's familiar to the "fox & friends" audience. he saw the planes hit the world trade center on 9/11. his cousin steve shlag died that
day. now 15 years after the terrorist attack that brought down the twin towers he's working for the 9/11 tribute center to share his story and tell others and help them understand and remember what happened 15 years ago. we took that tour. >> when i saw the planes hit out my window i never dreamed they might fall. even though it's been 15 years since 9/11, 2001, that's a group of people making sure we never forget. joe connor is one of these people. thanks so much. can you orient me into how it was before the attacks. >> sure. if you want to look at this picture here, you can see the north tower that has the antenna on top. it's outlined over here. the south tower is next to it which is right over here. and here's the marriott hotel which would have been right in this area. >> a week after 9/11 when we came back down to work, this is what we saw. and the amazing 110-story towers were a few stories of rubble.
>> now to tribute that, the footprints are outlined and ringed with the names of those who lost their lives. >> they're put in meaningful adjacency. meaning that the people who knew each other, their names are next to each other. >> so there's something else. 343 firefighters lost their lives. there's something special for them. here's the firefighter memorial. this depicts -- >> when the planes hit the trade center over here. their faces are without detail. their helmets don't have the fire company on it because it could be anybody. it's a tribute to all firemen. >> but the names of all 343 are at the bottom. so joe, where are we now? >> we're in the 9/11 tribute center. what i love about volunteering at the tribute center we can talk about the individuals,
their lives. everyone had a story. everyone had a family and everyone had a loss. i think it's much more impactful for people who visit here. >> there's not an inch here that doesn't mean anything. even from the floor we're standing on has the layout of the streets. >> it's the grid of the city. we think about it as thousands of people died. everyone had something that was important to them. you think it's only a holster or a coat, but it was incredibly important to the families. this is special here, i think. >> this was his brain child, this contribute center. >> this was founded by lee in 2006. and this was his son's uniform and his helmet which meant everything to the firemen. and to think that his son was found and his equipment like this, you see how it literally was torn off his back. it's -- that is to me about the most touching thing that i have seen of -- in this museum.
>> so here's the main room on the first floor. >> yeah. >> what are we seeing? >> we see about 800 pictures of loved ones. we do happen to have my cousin steve's picture. steve shlag right here. he's 41 at the time, three kids. like i said, everyone has a story. tim finnerty a friend of ours is over here. number ten. >> let's see tim. >> and he married my wife's cousin. >> is that right? >> that's true. >> really? >> yeah. >> so you know tim? >> i know him well. >> yeah. >> great guy. you know, that was the thing, right? >> so you didn't -- >> wow. >> you didn't know that he knew him? >> tim finnerty is my wife's -- -- is my wife's cousin. tim married. he was over at the house all the time. he was at cantor fitzgerald. we helped to get the dna for, hopefully he would survive but
sadly he didn't. so for joe connor to see 2,797 pictures, by the way, here's tim finnerty i rode to work with. >> and you knew him. >> a great guy, a basketball player. >> how is theresa doing? >> well, she's doing well. she's moved on, gone, but not forgotten. >> now you all know about the tribute center. >> walk in, unbelievable. quite moving. believe it or not, it looks like pictures up here, you can find your loved ones. >> good job. thank you, brian. all right. of course we'll be live on september 11th right here on "fox & friends." meanwhile, we'll switch gears and it looks like donald trump is hanging out in the greenroom. >> reading a book about himself. >> yeah. >> after the break, meet the trump impersonator who's taking the country by storm. hmmmmmm.....
every once in a while, we have a special guest show up in our studio and look who's here. ladies and gentlemen, it sure looks like donald trump. >> yes. good morning. good morning. fantastic. i'm so happy that i followed kellyanne. she's absolutely amazing. doing a tremendous job. tremendous. >> how are you? >> i'm great. i feel fantastic. i'm crushing crooked hillary clinton. i'm doing so well. just across the board, i really am. you have to admit. >> you could end up in the white house. >> i am going to end up in the white house, i'm telling you. i'm not going to live there though. >> why? >> because it's very old. we're going to demolish that and
put up something much newer. a fantastic trump property. 42 stories or something. >> will there be a wall around it? >> there's going to be a tremendous trump wall. everyone is talk attack wall street along the southern border. 55 feet high with an amazing trump hotel on top. and the windows are only going to face the american side. the american side. let me tell you. and on -- go ahead. >> who's going to pay for your wall, the one in washington? >> i'm self-funding everything with donations from you people. that's who's going to pay for it. fantastic people. >> what about the e-mail scandals? does it bother you? >> it absolutely bothers me. earlier on, she said she did it for convenience, she didn't want to carry two devices. turns out she had 13 devices and two ipads and a cup with a string between them. this woman is ridiculous. >> do you travel with a flip
phone or -- >> i don't travel with anything. i talk to people telepathically. >> but you love twitter. >> i love twitter. 2:00 or 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. >> you love your hair. >> this is real hair. i have to tell you. >> the impersonation is fantastic. john did domenico was here how long ago? >> 2006. >> doing? >> doing trump right when "the apprentice" was exploding. >> you have four more years -- >> 4, 8, 12, forever. i'm not going anywhere. let me tell you anything. win, lose -- you won't get rid of me. >> you're the healthiest person to run for president. >> have you seen my doctor's note. i'm the healthiest to run in any country. >> how do you that with the hair? >> it's eight inches long and we flip it back. it floats back. >> can you impersonate geraldo? >> yeah.
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good morning to you and your family. it's friday, september 9th. it feels so good here in new york that we decided to move the show outside. >> beautiful. >> your decision. >> it was my decision. i decide everything on this show. >> yeah. >> matt lauer gets trashed by the left for how he handled the town hall style of debate, but there's one journalist hillary clinton seems to be happy to take questions from. >> i love you, andrea. you are indefatigable. you're my kind of woman. look at this. i know. go ahead. >> we have a live report straight ahead.
then bill clinton says donald trump's slogan make america great again, well, that's racist. >> what it means is, i'll give you the economy you had 50 years ago and i'll move you back up on the social totem pole and other people down. >> but maybe bill clinton forgot he said that same thing about make america great again, not just once, but many times and we have the tape and geraldo rivera is going to weigh in on that promptly. >> yes. then he'll reveal his weight. and judge jeanine finds out how hard it is to destroy a blackberry like hillary clinton. >> jim comey, if this ain't intense, then there's no such thing. >> the judge holds hillary's count court this hour. we'll talk about it. >> it's hammertime. >> yes, it is. indoors or outdoors, your mornings are better with
"friends." ♪ >> wow. inside our building, 1211 avenue of the americas you have al and challenger the eagle who has been on this program many, many times. as our program will spend a whole weekend talking about 9/11. >> yeah. 50th anniversary on sunday. we'll be live here as well. >> one word to describe an eagle, what would it be? for me, majestic. >> yeah. in the '70s they talk about how they would be extinct. now we have got them off the list. let's talk about the race that everybody is talking about, the race for the white house. don't ask tough questions, the hillary campaign will attack you. >> the left is in an uproar over matt lauer's questions at the
commander in chief forum. >> too hard on her, not hard enough on him, donald trump. meanwhile, standing in front of donald trump's world headquarters is john roberts. john? >> reporter: you know, i can almost hear you from here, steve. in the background. but i'll wave to you guys. good morning. the clinton campaign is working this commander in chief forum all it possibly can. you know, especially the point of they believe that matt lauer did not treat hillary clinton fairly. i mean, they sent out a fund-raising letter yesterday under the title of matt lauer which said, quote, not only did the mediator matt lauer fail to fact check trump, he kept the conversation moving. "the new york times" columnist nichol nicholas kristof tweeted about the forum, feels like an embarrassment to journalism. now compare what the clinton
campaign is saying about moderator matt lauer to what she said yesterday about his colleague correspondent andrea mitchell during that plane side press availability yesterday. listen to this. >> i love you, andrea. you are indefatigable. you're my kind of a woman, i'll tell you what. look at this. i know, go ahead. >> reporter: now in fairness to andrea mitchell she was being persistent. wanted to ask hillary clinton a question. i mean, i remember being with her in belgrade. she got on her hands and knees and crawled in between tripods to ask jesse jackson a question. she is nothing if not persistent. but matt lauer really being dinged for not following up on donald trump and correcting him when he said that he was against the iraq war even before the war. even though he's on record as telling howard stern i guess we should go in. but don't forget matt lauer were very quick to follow up on the question on the sexual assault in the military where he challenged donald trump on it.
seemed to rock him back on his heels. i mean, my feeling is i think lauer did a fine job. >> i feel the same way. >> i was stunned about the backlash. >> let's talk to geraldo rivera. did you think matt lauer was too hard on her and not hard enough on him? >> one quick story. in haiti, covering the earthquake, i was in the position where i wanted to get to hillary. she did everything to duck me. i swear to god, i was over there, she started to walk behind people like this. you know? finally -- i'm reaching out to her, madam secretary. she's very, very -- >> she's good at dodge ball. >> tactical at this. in terms -- and also, i must say, i think in fairness to matt, i love matt. that donald is very charismatic, charming. it's not that easy to be mean or harsh with donald trump. >> he actually interrupted donald trump 13 times, her seven. >> take me at my word and my experience, he's -- he's a
chummy guy. you elbow up to the bar with him. hillary on the other hand is like the schoolmarm who kept you late. i think the humorlessness in her campaign is one of the strategic deficits that she's facing and i think it's wearing on the american electorate. i think it is part of the reason he's surging in the polls. was matt lauer fair or unfair? it's a tough scene, you have 30 minutes each. i think he did a fine job. huge ratings. i want to see more of it. but when they're face to face in the debate the american people can judge who's well versed on the issues, who's the most articulate. what's the most reasonable and trustworthy and who gives us the comfort level they'll give us national security and, you know, a firm hand at the tiller of running the country. >> hey, geraldo, bill clinton was down in the important state in this election of florida. speaking in orlando this week. he said make america great again, the slogan donald trump's slogan, is racist. listen to this.
>> that message -- i'll give you make america great again is if you're a white southerner you know what it means. don't you? what it means i'll give you the economy you had 50 years ago and i'll move you back up on the social totem pole and other people down. >> here's what's ironic about it. back in 199 1 and for years after that, he used the exact same slogan. listen to this montage. >> i believe that together we can make america great again. to secure a better future for your children and your grandchildren and to make america great again. i want to attack these problems and make america great again. it's time for another comeback. time to make america great again. >> and the last one is cure use
because that -- curious because he's saying that hillary clinton would make america great again. if trump is racist when he says it are they racist when they said it? >> i don't like that slogan. i have to tell you that it's very easy and the first thing i thought of was make america white again and i don't like. trump uses its, clinton uses it. do as i do, not as i say. it's totally appropriate to use it if you like it or dig it. i think that's hypocrisy involved. >> i think we're way -- or antennas are up for the racist lingo and people want to get labeled. if i want to make the mets great again, what am i saying? >> one thing that's undeniable is that this is the one of the most racial elections in modern history. >> look -- >> and listen, i'm not blaming anybody. i'm merely pointing out that when the votes are tallied and everybody is one thing and one side and another thing on the other side, there's going to be a huge healing process that whoever wins has to deal with. >> yeah, we'll all provide the back teen. let's talk about gary johnson.
you can find aleppo. you probably have been there. >> i have never been to aleppo. biblical city, wonderful, ancient. >> at least you have heard of it. >> gary johnson locked up on this. >> and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. it's the epicenter of the refugee crisis. >> oh, i thought he was talking about an acronym. i was thinking of american -- i don't know. i'm going to make mistakes going forward also. i would make mistakes as president of the united states, but i'd be transparent in that, hey, made a mistake, shouldn't have said what i said or whatever it happens to be. move on. whether or not that disqualifies me as being president of the united states, that'll be for people to determine. >> i'm sorry, i bombed albany instead of aleppo. i made a mistake.
>> there's a picture from aleppo of a 5-year-old boy -- there it is. this picture has given me nightmare, has given america nightmares. it's the personification of what aleppo is exactly, steve. and what the war is. the largest city in syria, the epicenter of the suffering. that young kid, the 5-year-old whose sibling died that that bombing says everything about it. i think it is unforgivable of gary johnson and i think it's disqualifying. i think he revealed in a sentence how thin his background is. you know, that maybe -- it comes from the smoke from when he was a real libertarian, but not to know what aleppo is or what stalingrad was in the second world war ii, not to know the battle of the bulge or the landing of normandy, so utterly ignorant. i don't mean to be harsh on the guy -- >> but you are. >> he may not be president. he may not be president.
>> there you go. geraldo, thank you very much. >> thank you. and great to see you. you look so sharp together. >> see you on the radio. >> i'll be there. ten minutes after the top of the hour. let's go inside where it's quieter for some headlines. >> it is. good morning to you. a fox news alert right now. serious story from overseas. president obama now promising what he calls serious consequences after north korea's latest show of force and this is a big one. the communist country carrying out its most powerful nuclear test yet. that blast so strong that it triggered a 5.3 magnitude earthquake. south korea calling kim jong un's latest move fanatic and reckless. we'll keep you posted. well, while you were sleeping the obama administration quietly shutting down a prison at guantanamo bay, cuba. a military official confirmed that the site that's known as camp five will now be turned into the medical clinic. that's where problematic prisoners like war criminals and those who were on hunger strikes
will be housed now. they will be moved to another area. just 61 inmates now remain at gitmo. and an suv up in flames. take a close look at this. the cause of this fire -- a smartphone. the galaxy note 7 sparking a fire that completely torched a that phone was charging in the suv when it blew unlike a bomb. the owner had only had it for four days. >> very surprising to me how quick the dash caught on fire. once i got the dash, the air bags went and started exploding. >> well, that happening as the faa issues a brand-new warning about the cell phones telling users to keep their users off when flying. 2.5 million phones were recalled over battery issues. and a nice story to bring you. a high school football team in california making its most important play before taking the field. all 57 members from foothill high school laying an orange
rose at the feet of a cheer leader who had been diagnosed with leukemia. orange is the color for leukemia awareness. then -- look at her as she seems to break down in tears. well t opposing team is asking fans to wear orange in honor of the cheerleader. we're wishing her the very wish and a strong recovery at that. >> oh. >> ashley strong. we have to tweet out about that. thank you for sharing that, heather. all right. we have heard hillary clinton say this before. >> i did not e-mail any classified material to anyone on my e-mail. there is no classified material. >> yeah, right. we just got a brand-new report that says the exact opposite is true. ed henry has details. you're only going to see it here, next. and this guy says he's the son of a prince. and he's worth millions. so why is he collecting food stamps? i'm looking at you. you moocher.
60 days until the election and brand-new bombshell this morning, blowing massive hole in hillary clinton's latest excuse for how she handled classified information. >> these a colin powell -- this as colin powell responds to how he handled the e-mails. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton has talked to the media several times this week alone. donald trump declaring she's trying to change the subject from the e-mail controversy by talking to reporters finally. interesting no reporters asked about her e-mail yesterday. as the government source told fox in one e-mail examined by the fbi, virtually every paragraph had what are known as portion markings used to signify it's classified information. that could undercut her claims that she didn't know what the markings meant. when confronted by a military vet, clinton had a new
explanation, there were no headers or markings of any kind telling her it was classified. watch. >> secretary clinton, how can you expect people such as myself to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national security? >> there was no statement, top secret, confidential or classified. i communicated about classified e-mail on a wholly separate system. i took it very seriously. >> reporter: now, colin powell is clarifying an e-mail he sent to clinton in 2009 that seemed to lay out a road map for how to evade recordkeeping laws. powell now says he was not trying to influence clinton's approach to official e-mail, but going around the servers with private e-mails. he says the official e-mails were captured by state department servers. by the way a republican congressman mark meadows is slamming the state department for giving democrats that colin powell e-mail five days after they asked for it in order to make a political point.
meanwhile, there was a freedom of information act request for that same e-mail from colin powell that was filed in 2014. state department did not turn it over for a couple of years until democrats asked for it. guys, back to you. >> isn't that convenient? all right. eddie, thank you. good to see you. coming up on a friday, west point football players said a prayer after a big win and now the team is under investigation. we've got this story coming up straight ahead. and there were many incredible stories of heroes in the wake of 9/11. and you're about to hear one of them. the story of the man in the red bandana. it will change your day. ♪
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we've got some quick friday morning headlines for you right now. a disturbing new terror warning as sports fans plan 9/11 memorials across the country this weekend. the fbi is warning that stadiums could be targets -- prime targets for isis inspired attacks. sporting events and concerts packed with innocent people now becoming their focus instead of government buildings. they are soft targets. and a failed white house attempt to rescue two professors
kidnapped by the taliban. navy s.e.a.l.s coming up short in a raid to save the professors, an american and an australian working in afghanistan for the american university. troops killing several insurgents but not finding the hostages. a previous rescue mission was aborted because the white house would not give their approval. ainsley and brian? thank you. one story captured the attention of the entire nation -- that's the story of welles crowther. only known as the man in the red bandana. >> in his brand-new book "the red bandana" tom rinaldi talks about this young man and his sacrifices. tom rinaldi now joins us. great to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> how did you get linked with this story? >> we first told the story ten
years ago for the tenth anniversary. five years ago, rather. drew gal ager, a friend of welles crowther wanted to tell us about the sacrifice of 9/11. >> what is the story of the red bandana? >> when he was a boy, 7 years old on his way to church service, his father gave him a red bandana and he kept it with him the rest of his life. wore it under helmets when he played on hockey and la crosse teams. when he wore suits and worked in finance in the south tower, he kept it in his back pocket. when the second plane hit, flight 175 hit the south tower he made his way down from 104 to 78 and he encountered an undescribable scene of horror there. up to 200 people dead and dying. in the smoke and the flames he tied the red bandana over his
nose and mouth. he led 20 people down the flights and he carried a woman across his back, and he went back up and did it again. the only thing that the survivors recounted about him was he had a red bandana. >> a couple of things. he loved being a firefighter. >> volunteer firefighter. >> he had an application filled out, ready to hand in. he probably was going to do that next. he told his dad, hey, dad, i don't think i want to do this anymore. i think i want to make a career change. >> that's right, brian. a month before 9/11 he set up -- he's in finance. he's 24 -- he's in -- he's at the equities trading desk at a powerf powerful firm. he calls his dad, i want to join the fdny. and a heart breaking scene, his dad and mom go to clean out his apartment and they find that application filled out. >> where did we find welles when we finally recovered his body? >> in march of 2002, he was found surrounded by the remains of other firefighters.
which means he made it down to the lobby, 75 feet, guys, seconds away, but did not leave. instead, he went to try to help the fdny. >> his parents didn't know his son had saved so many lives until they read so many accounts. the people he saved said a guy saved us with a red bandana. >> they red a long feature story in "the new york times" and his mom saw this detail, a man with a red bandana. she thought, i found him. that's my son. and the third part of the book traces the detective story of her finding his identity. >> you tell a great visual story every day when you work on television. but this story really rolls because it also writes itself because it's so amazing. guess what, tom, you might have to expand your book. in paper back. this is going to expand. you had someone come up to you last night. >> last night we had a book
signing and remarkably at the gathering afterward somebody said my dad talked about several people who we had not found in the reporting of the book who said they were saved by a man with a red bandana that day. it's just a remarkable story. >> he was 24 years old. he would have been 40 years old this year. hard to believe it's been 15 years. have you kept in touch with his parents and how are they doing now? >> saw them last night. i spoke to them probably 25 times this week. remain very close with his family. his sister anna wrote a wonderful children's book about him. it's been incredible to see the way this legacy has spread. >> right. you -- i mean, what you're doing to keep his name alive is fantastic. but i know it's a tough day for everybody on sunday. >> no question. amazing to think, 15 years have passed. a quick point, there's so much division in our country and so much discord. this is a piece of common ground. this story that we can walk on and be proud of i think as a citizenry, that goes well beyond
9/11. >> thank you for sharing that story. please go on amazon and buy his book called "the red bandana" about welles life and what he did to save people. meanwhile, hillary clinton said that isis is praying for donald trump to win the white house. >> isis spokes people are rooting for donald trump's victory. >> can you imagine if donald trump said that about her? judge jeanine here to weigh in. and look who else is in our green room. how challenger the eagle is changing people's lives for the better. [alarm beeping] ♪ ♪
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♪ when the stars and stripes and the eagle flies ♪ there you go. good morning, challenger. for over 200 years the bald eagle has been the symbol of our freedom in america and no other bird takes more responsibility than challenger the eagle who joins us live. >> steve, he's honoring the fallen heroes of 9/11 and he's helped to raise the spirits of all americans across the country. >> and here with us is president of the american eagle foundation, al sisari and challenger the eagle. >> good morning. >> what are you doing together on 9/11? >> 9/11 we'll be at at the baltimore ravens game, september 11th tribute. honor the heroes -- the fallen heros and challenger will fly into the stadium during the star spangled banner. >> challenger has become a symbol since september the 11th. explain. >> well, he was invited by
george steinbrenner to be at every home yankees game and we flew him to honor the firefighters and the police officers and the soldiers that helped with -- in the fallen from the trade towers, but we also went around manhattan to visit fire stations and police stations and lift the spirit of those doing the rescuing. >> most people go their entire lives like me, i'll never see an eagle in wild. to see it is amazing. now on sunday, you're going to be at the baltimore ravens game? >> that's right. 15th anniversary of 9/11. >> were you invited by the owner? >> by the team, yes. >> how complicated is it when you're -- you know, in the unscripted situation with the wild animal to have him take off and land in the same place? >> we do rehearsals. we don't go in out of the moment of the game. we do two rehearsals. one the day before and one before the gates open. so he's -- challenger is pretty familiar with where he's going. >> i hope everyone stands for at
least the national anthem. >> exactly. hopefully they will. >> thank you, al. >> god bless you guys. challenger for president. >> oh, yeah. here we go. see his platform, try to get him a running mate. >> i'd like to thank our supporters too that support the foundation. there we go. >> so would challenger. >> thank you very much. >> that is incredible. >> who needs air conditioning? >> look at that wing span. >> yeah. >> awesome. heather, take it away with some headlines. >> i'm ducking over here. fantastic. >> like a chopper. >> all right. good morning to you. all outrageous story to tell you this morning. involving one of the nation's largest banks -- wells fargo. 5,000 employees from branches across the u.s. fired after allegedly opening millions of illegal accounts and using customer information and also customer's cash. those customers had no idea this was taking place. it spanned the course of five years. listen to this.
>> a week after i went to go pull some money out it was gone saying it went to pay off another account i had that i never opened. >> what's going through your mind? >> that i want to close my account, actually took the rest of the money out. >> can you imagine that? two accounts, you only knew about one of them. wells fargo, opened the second. why on earth did they do that? to satisfy sales goals. wells fargo has been slapped with $185 million in fines and they have to pay back the customers. this man is worth millions of dollars and why is he collecting food stamps? miss in raid -- police in radio raided his home in ohio. he gets 300 hard working taxpaying dollars each month in food stamps and welfare. he's linked to the swiss bank
account and he's not facing any charges. what's up with that? blue ribbon supporting police must come down. the wives of state troopers have been putting up the simple ribbons across the state of massachusetts. but some people want them taken off government property immediately. >> it's just something we're very proud of. and for this to happen, it really kind of stomps on the heart a little bit. >> the group must take them down tonight after some residents complained. what do you think about this? and army football players pray after an upset win and now the team is under investigation. watch. >> we played our brand of football. >> well that is the u.s. military academy at west point. now investigating whether the team prayer violated religious freedom of the players. that prayer edited out of the video on the team's youtube page after 90 people registered complaints.
well, the mother of one army football player said this. quote, coach moniken had no business telling my son and his army teammates to get on their knees and pray to jesus. my son was very upset about this. this violates the constitution and to think it happened at west point. those are your headlines. what do you think of that story? lots of folks talking about it this morning. >> they are. judge jeanine is joining us. good morning. >> good morning. >> i'm sure you saw hillary clinton had -- what wasn't impromptu, but a press availability outside of her plane yesterday out in westchester -- >> which is where i live. >> questions of over 15 minutes. i don't know if it was a press conference, but whatever. on the way out, we were unable to hear it on the microphone, a correspond end for the daily mail essentially asked her to explain how -- what she told the fbi how she blamed her lack of memory on the concussion and instead of answering the question, she walked away and
said, read the report. >> well, the interesting thing is there's really nothing in the report that discusses her concussion. other than the fact that she said 40 times -- 4-0 -- that she didn't remember. now, i know when i used to try criminal cases that whenever i cross-examined a defendant and he or she didn't want to lie, they would say, i don't remember. and the fact that hillary clinton said it 40 times to the fbi and then now blames it on her concussion, and then a possible blood clot. yet, we don't have the neurological report or the records to back that up is just another excuse, another lie that she's not willing to explain. you know, she wants donald trump to be forthcoming with x, y, z maybe she needs to be forthcoming with her medical records that people need to be concern about. >> she had about 13 blackberries. one is -- i think an ipad is lost in the mail. >> oops.
>> the other is in the trash can because it was bashed with a hammer. >> right, what are you talking about? >> i'll show you. judge takes to the streets and tries it herself. >> i'm looking for a hammer that is strong enough to get rid of a blackberry. do you have any of that stuff? >> american made or import? >> i like american, although i don't know what she likes. but let's take a look. >> if you want to do the damage -- >> yeah, i'm interested in damage. >> we have this bad boy. that's four pounds. >> now, i'm going to make believe, i'm hillary destroying the evidence. so for them to destroy the blackberries with a hammer it took a lot of work, a lot of intense. jim comey, if this ain't intense there's no such thing. >> i'm glad they're wearing the safety goggles there.
>> they wanted to give me them. i'm pretty strong, i am. i had to hit that thing several times. this is the intent to destroy and conceal evidence after a congressional subpoena is served. you tell justin cooper destroy the evidence. any of us would be in jail. 86 times before we got to that point. >> especially two tech operators, they got immunity to got to the bottom of what was happening there. something else -- we wanted to switch gears. if you keep yelling your mom is going to call you again. >> i know. i know. >> that really happened. meanwhile, hillary clinton had a chance to -- we know for example that -- >> start over, brian. >> let me start over. >> who does hillary clinton think wants donald trump to win? let's watch. >> isis spokespeople rooting for
donald trump's victory. the jihadists see this as a great gift. they are saying, oh, please, allah make trump president of america. >> all right. so she says that isis is praying for donald trump -- >> what do they do? send her an e-mail on the private server? if anything, they want her elected. they've become the biggest, baddest terrorist organization under her foreign policy. they want you. they don't want donald trump. >> there is video of barack obama looking at the enemy. george bush being the enemy. everybody being the enemy. for her to go there with an israeli television station makes in sense. >> yeah, none at all. >> welcome back from vacation. >> thank you. >> yeah, welcome back. >> thank you. coming up -- less than two months to go until the election. what better way to get the pulse of the people than to send steve out with donald trump himself. >> the dooce is on the loose again. we love this segment, judge, don't we? >> we do. >> let's go. now she writes mostly in emoji.
that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts, like safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts. oh, it's like my father always told me -- "put that down. that's expensive." of course i save people an average of nearly $600, but who's gonna save me? [ voice breaking ] and that's when i realized... i'm allergic to wasabi. well, i feel better. it's been five minutes. talk about progress. [ chuckles ] okay.
so call 855-874-7743 or visit siriusxm.com/getsxm to turn us back on. and up. how many times have you seen a donald trump town hall and said to yourself, i wish i could ask him questions? well, this could be the closest these people here in new york city on vacation come. a guy who looks like donald trump, have a town hall. >> first off, what is your name? you look absolutely fantastic. >> thank you. elliott. >> oh, elliott. where are you from? >> mexico city. >> mexico city. i love, i love, i love love love the mexican people. >> i know your question. >> really? >> i really do. fantastic culture. i love your food. i love chimichangas, oompa
loompas. what's your question for me? >> are you really going to build the wall? >> i'm going to build a fantastic wall and your president is going to pay for it. >> i believe it. >> thank you very much. >> this guy right here? >> hi, how are you? >> you are? >> alex from dallas, texas. >> fantastic city, dallas. absolutely. are you in the military? >> i was. >> you were in the military. thank you for your service. >> no problem. >> what is your question? >> whenever you find hillary's e-mails what are you going to do with them? >> i'm going to put them on the front of a newspaper, fox news everywhere. everyone is going to see these terrible, terrible e-mails. this woman doesn't know the difference between confidential and classified. >> awesome. awesome. >> so what's the thing you like about me the most? >> your hair. >> my hair. see that? the hair. always the hair. it's my brand. it's my brand. fantastic. it is real. >> you have a real quick question?
>> you have a question? >> is it true that you e-mailed hillary your tax returns? >> no, no, absolutely not. my tax returns are fabulous tax returns. they're going to be on very, very soon. i guarantee you. they'll be incredible. >> fantastic. well, you do a great job. >> yes, thank you so much, steve. >> you guys are the best. i love fox news. only watch fox. not any of that other stuff. they're terrible. >> thank you very much. ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause for the donald trump impersonator. thank you very much. >> 25,000 people. >> that's right. john d. domenico. >> meanwhile, over in our headquarters we are cooking with ice cream. it's "fox & friends." there you go. curtis stone. but first, let's check in with martha maccallum up on the 12th floor of our world headquarters. hey, pan up! >> thank you, guys. good morning, steve. so the clinton camp says that
make america great again is a quote racist slogan but it turns out they liked it a lot not too long ago. and congressman trey gowdy has new revelations about the clinton e-mail inconsistencies. and wells fargo comes to ripping off customers and fires thousands of employees. it's a huge story. bill and i will see you moments away. the lexus rx, rx hybrid and rx f sport. this is the rx, elevated. this is the pursuit of perfection.
he's a celebrity chef which mean he's performance. >> a round of applause for curtis. >> we just had the donald trump impersonator. you know him, you were on "celebrity apprentice." >> i certainly was. i didn't make ice cream cakes with donald trump, but we should have. let me give you a job. i'm going to make an apple tart. it's rally -- really simple. you pick up the slices of the apple, and at the same time, i'll do some milk on the outside. >> curtis, are we going to actually cook with ice cream? >> it would melt. >> what did you do first? >> this is almond paste on the bottom of the pastry. you spread your apples out. then bake it in the preheated oven for 25 minutes. it is that simple. it comes out like this. so the last thing you do is stir the sugar and cinnamon together. dump that over the top. >> help brian with this. spread out the apples. >> he's a little challenged. while he does it, you guys can taste it.
so this is the breyers all natural vanilla ice cream. if you want a taste at the top while brian makes a mess of the other one. >> how does a guy like you stay so fit, eat stuff that's considered maybe calorie centric? >> moderation. >> every now and then you have to spoil yourself in moderation. my wife lindsey -- >> right. >> we partner up often and we partnered up with breyers to celebrate their big birthday. 150 years. >> where can we find these recipes? >> go to breyers.com. >> or foxandfriends.com. >> in is basically a -- this is basically a small pie i call it. so this is the meringue on top of the ice cream cake. >> has this been done before? >> you go ahead, get a little blow torch. then you just go ahead and --
>> scorch it. >> caramelize the -- >> is that how you make creme brulee? >> yeah. >> you should don't this around the gas grill, right? >> right. don't do it around the gas grill. but we did a recipe for every month of the year. so you can celebrate with ice cream, you know? doesn't matter what the season is. >> you bought a shell, just buy it -- you probably made it homemade. and then you fill it with ice cream? put meringue on top. >> i wish we could try that. >> you can. >> oh, here we go. look at that. >> here we go. >> i think he meant try using the flame, right? delicious. >> we'll step aside and be back with curtis stone. in about two minutes. get your ice cream! happy birthday, breyers. you know, to show the importance of saving for the future. so you're sort of like a spokes person? more of a spokes metaphor. get organized at voya.com.
facebook live for the next ten minutes. >> what are you doing? going out with the donald trump impersonator? >> what are you doing? >> i'm going to do radio. >> see ya. >> have a fantastic weekend, everybody. a round of applause. see you monday. bill: a possible nuclear game changer in the showdown with north korea. some analysts claim the nuclear test was for a bomb more powerful than that dropped on japan. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to america. newsroom. martha: this blast was so strong it had the magnitude of a 3.4 earthquake. they are boasting that pyongyang can put a nuclear war head on a ballistic