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name. they asked it to change to a name they are known by in everyday life. false personal information are stated. the control you get on twitter, you have to use your real name on facebook. >> how do t if you are? >> "fox and friends" starts right now. >> bye. good tuesday morning to you and yourly. tuesday is tuesday, september 20th. i'm ainsley earhardt. the mother of his child says that he hates america. and that is not all. we're live on the ground. >> yep, there he is. it's he said, she said after terror strikes again. he's blaming bad immigration policy and she's touting her experience. what are we talking about? >> let me state very, very clearly, immigration security is national security. >> i'm the only candidate in
this race who has been part of the hard decisions to take terrorists off the battlefield. >> that's their positions. live on the campaign trail. >> hard to do that when you're hosts the apprentice. when we battle terror here and abroad, the white house says it's just a war of words. >> this is actually a war of narrative. we want to make sure we're getting out our counter narrative out against isil. we're in a narrative battle. >> really? a narrative battle. we're going to debate this. as we think about the montage about to cue up and the animation about to roll. mornings are better because you're with friends. everybody, welcome to the program. yesterday when we were here on the couch, it was a dire
situation. >> unbelievable. >> for the first time ever they put out an all points bulletin. >> it worked. a few hours later they had the guy and the suspect. >> it was amazing to see the president a drezing the nation at 11:20 eastern time. he said i'm staying on top of things. at the same time, it said on bottom of the screen, police have apprehended a 28-year-old suspect he's in custody. no one even told the president while he was address the nation saying he was caught. >> we're learning so much -- it's you will unfolding. this is a fox news alert. brand new chilling details about the new york and new jersey terror bombing suspect, there's his picture that's coming in right now. >> ahmad rahami's high school sweetheart calling him a deadbeat dad who hated america. >> not a good combination. we're learning he made several trips to terrorist hotspots including pakistan and afghanistan. a university for wannabe
terrorists. leland vittert is live in new jersey with details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you all. behind me at the hospital. ahmad rahami being held with an armed guard. $5.2 million bond. he's charged because of the shootout fort bombings up and down the eastern seaboard coming sometime in the next couple of days. the pieces to the puzzle of how he became radicalized and how he learned to make the bombs is coming together. the trips to afghanistan and pakistan. looking at not only who he met with but perhaps what was missed when he came back to the united states. should he have been questioned more toughly as he arrived back here. talking to family and friends like that high school sweetheart. he had anti-american views, a deadbeat dad and also he had an extreme hatred of gays. next the fbi will be looking
into social media and who he had contact with. also the social media of his family. like in picture from his brother's facebook page where he said i bring the man who desired death as ardently as you desire death. you can see the quote and the picture written over khalid bin walid. despite all of this, ahmed's father had no idea what his son was about to do? >> did you know your son was doing this? >> no. >> you had no idea? >> no. >> when you hear that he's been accused of this, do you believe it? do you believe it? sir? >> i'm not sure what's going on. >> you're not sure? >> i'm not what's happening exactly. i think it's very hard right now to talk, okay? >> reporter: the fbi still also looking into this.
first american fried chicken. make of that name what you will but rahami's family owned that, worked there at that store. they lived above t the fbi yesterday brought out a lot of evidence. the atf was there as well. still trying to figure out what evidence they brought out from there. issues with code enforcement at that restaurant. there was a big fight between the family and the city where the family was accusing the city of discrimination and those kinds of things because the restaurant had become a public nuisance. this morning, the fbi still looking into more questions. did rahami have any help, did he have someone drive him to plant these bombs in various places a couple of hours apart from each other? was he directed by a terrorist organization? they'll start looking at his cell phone and those kind of things. where did he learn how to make the different bombs and get the components to do it. back to you all. >> leland, thank you very much. the big question, is how did
they get him? remember that second bomb that was on 27th street that did not explode, they found his finger print on it. because of the fact -- that's the bomb right there. because he was arrested a couple of years earlier, they realized, wait a minute, this could be the guy. then one of the unexploded cell phones and apparently all the cell phones were bought last year in perth amboy, a place called family dollar store, one of the phones was linked to somebody in his family. the cops started looking at one residence and that's when they followed the five people going to the airport and they interviewed them and then they realiz realized, wait a minute, ichts the other guy. >> how many people were working with him and one of the people in that car had a plane ticket. he had his passport. they said well, he was getting panicy because he knew his family member was going to be arrested or named here. they didn't want to get caught up in it. really? oim not sure --
>> so many alarming things, brian. he tried to stab his sister. spent time in jail in 2014. traveled to pakistan. one city in pakistan, the headquarters of exiled taliban leader. no telling what happened over there. he married a pakistani woman. that's his second marriage. >> what do we have, questions, right? you want to be able to ask him questions. he's 28 years old. his -- he's known to hate america, hate our culture and came back after a year in that region a totally different gaia cording to his friends. lindsey graham, a former lawyer and jag officer, he says it's so important not to treat him like a criminal. do not give him the right to remain silent. do not give him his miranda rights. he's an enemy combatant. we have to find out if there's terror ties. if you know the definition of an enemy combatant, a someone
who goes to another state, trained over there possibly, comes here and tries to inflict terror on all of us. >> the wrinkle is he's a naturalized citizen. but based on his reported actions, he's clearly a candidate for this kind of status. american citizens can be held as enemy combatants if they take up arms against united states of america and giving the government more leeway in questioning. >> that's what donald trump is saying. he's saying we have to make sure that the people that come into this country that we know exactly who they are and where they've been. you bring you up a good point. >> he's an american citizen. so he naturally gets all the rights that we get. do you make the leap? we're going to talk to judge napolitano at this hour. >> we have no willingness in the white house to do anything but treat him like a criminal. meanwhile, let's talk about the next president, hillary clinton or donald trump. in a time of crisis which is
sadly coming their way if they are president for the next four years, how do they act? let's get a preview how they let us know how they would act. >> i'm the only candidate in this race who has been part of the hard decisions that take terrorists off the battlefield. i've laid out a comprehensive plan to meet the evolving nature of this threat and take the fight to isis everywhere they threaten us, including online. >> attack after attack. from 9/11 to san bernardino, we have seen how failures to screen who is entering the united states puts all of our citizens, everyone in this room, at danger. so let me state very, very clearly. immigration security is national security. >> he was here at a young age and the question is, like the
minneapolis stabber, what is it about america that these guys rejected, that made them act out, one stabbing at a mall and one shooting in two separate states? >> i know you can't arrest someone who doesn't have a major history. but if you see something say something. if you talk to his ex-wife, he's not paying child support. she says he hates america. his friends say when he went over to the middle east, he came back and was a totally different person. >> yeah. here's the cover of the new york post this morning. according to his high school sweetheart, bomber hates gays, hates military, hates culture. he hates america. and you were wondering so how did he have the opportunity, if he is indeed the guy, to buy all the pressure cookers? if you work in a fried chicken place, that's a perfect cover to buy a bunch of pressure cooker. >> anyone can buy one. >> absolutely. but if you buy a bunch of them, these days people notice. unless you work in a chicken
place. >> if you look at a fertilizer place. people might go, you're making a bomb. either that or you have a farm. >> or a big yard. it's all reported because you never know. let's hand it over to heather for the headlines. we've got major news breaking overnight. while you were sleeping, french officials arresting eight people connected to the horrific ba still day truck attack. isis terrorist plowed through crowds watching fireworks in the resort city of nice, france. remember this video here. that driver was shot and killed by police. it's still not clear how the eight new suspects are connected to the attacker. but we'll keep watching that story. another fox news alert, a frantic scene on the tarmac. police swarming a plane in the philippines after getting a warning that that plane had been hijacked. it turned out the pilot hit a distress call button by mistake.
hundreds of passengers were on board the saudi arabia airlines plane. they're trying to figure out what was going on. >> we are already strand for about two hours. still waiting for the government security to go up here in the aircraft. >> the passengers were let off once the police discovered that it was just a false alarm. another airplane scare, this one on a packed southwest airplane. blows a tire during takeoff. it was from los angeles to nashville forced to turn around minutes into the trip to make an emergency landing back at lax. no one was injured. i bet those passengers were scared. the topics for the first presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton now just released and terror will be in the spotlight. the topics include america's direction, achieving prosperity and securing america. 30 minutes will be dedicated to each topic. that debate is moderated by nbc's lester holt.
it takes place at hofstra university on long island. we'll all be there for a couple of shows we're bringing you. "fox and friends" live from that area. >> we will be. >> we'll have the slumber party ahead of time. >> your house or brian's house. >> do you know what the weather is like this time of year? >> i should dress like at my home. okay. >> 15 minutes from my house. thank you very much. coming up -- >> the white house says the fight against isis is really a war of words. >> this is actually a war of narrative. we want to make sure we're getting out the counter narrative against isil. we're in a narrative fight with them, a narrative battle. >> we need that in a bomb robot. is it really a narrative argument? we'll debate it. donald trump jr. comparing syrian refugees to skittles. do you agree? we report. you decide. >> the candy? at safelite, we know how busy life can be.
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plot and executions in new york and new jersey. and henry is live in washington with the latest. hey, ed. >> good morning, guys. president obama has a habit of delivering controversial election year addresses before the united nations general assembly. who can forget september 2012. weeks before his reelection bid when the president used the backdrop of the u.n. to falsely claim that the terror attacks in benghazi were the an offensive video. with america under attack again this past weekend, donald trump is now pouncing on in issue. he was declaring yesterday that the president and hillary clinton as secretary of state, allowed thousands of criminal aliens to be released into our communities while clinton, on defense, seems to be borrowing some of trump's rhetoric on the vetting of refugees and immigrants. watch. >> her plan would bring in 620,000 refugees in her first term with no effective way to
screen them or vet them. law enforcement said there's no way. >> i am absolutely in favor of and have long been an advocate for tough vetting for making sure that we don't let people into this country and not just people who come here to settle, but we need a better visa system. >> did you catch that tough vetting. sounds like trump's extreme vetting. she's previously called for thorough vetting. the republican nominee's son, donald trump jr., he's under fire for tweeting this last night. he says this image says it all. let's end the politically correct agenda. it was an image with a bowl of skittles and i told you three would kill you, would you just take three. >> the skittles company -- skittles are candy, refugees are people. we don't feel it's an appropriate analogy.
we will respectfully refrain from further commentary as anything we say could be misinterpreted as marketing. they don't want to look like they're selling more skittles over this. >> exactly. it's an opportunity for good and plenty and reese's pieces to see -- >> if you can get -- there's an 800 number on the bag. >> send us your e-mails. i'm curious to know what people at home think about that. >> if they agree with donald trump, jr., a tweet. the white house says the fight against isis is really a war of words. >> in some ways this is a war of narrative. we want to make sure we're getting out our counter narrative against isil. when it comes to isil, we're in a narrative fight with them, a narrative battle. >> is it really a narrative fight? a debate, next. >> as 29 new yorkers pull ball bearings out of their face.
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quick sports headlines because ainsley is busy. nfl team disrespecting america. three philadelphia eagles players with their fists in the air before the game against the bears last night. malcolm -- he says it's his statement against social injustice. from the gridiron to the diamond shall -- by the way, the eagles won that game. >> tim tebow making a mets debut. the former nfl quarterback and university of florida gator back in blue and orange.
the number one best seller jersey on mlb's online store. >> i was supposed to read that story because i love tim tebow. brian wanted to steal it from you. >> we better handle this backstage. >> steve, take it away. white house press secretary josh earnest calling the fight against isis a narrative. is he serious? former clinton campaign adviser and fox news contributor is here to discuss and trump campaign senior adviser epstein. >> we've played a couple of times josh earnest saying it's a war of narrative. do you think it is? >> all wars are fought -- we are taking away their territory in the middle east. but we have to look at the rhetoric that says muslims are not welcome in the u.s., that muslims are bad. the words are helping to recruit isis and where are the words coming from?
unfortunately, from donald trump. he's being used to recruit. >> muslims are bad? >> to recruit the ones that are the hardest for us to really track. that individual who somehow gets radicalized. we have to take this very seriously and come together outside of partisan differences. >> you just hit my candidate. outside of partisan differences but within the talking points you just hit me with. so that's a joke. isis grew under clinton's watch, she's to blame for it. donald trump was not running for president back then. donald trump was not running for president during san bernardino. he was no good in the primary. not the republican nominee. donald trump was not running for president in 2013. since 2013, 80% of the death caused by isis have happened since 2013. this is not a donald trump issue. it's a hillary clinton issue. that's why she's trying so hard to pivot off of it. it was on her watch to libya became a failed state. all the middle east went up in smoke. donald trump said yesterday, how
much he respects peace loving -- >> i think hillary has or will meet with the president of egypt as well. a moment ago, you referred to the terrorist this is new york and new jersey as a lone wolf. i heard that as a talking point from a number of people on the left. really a terrorist. >> he he's certainly a terrorist. his point was to terrorize and to kill people. you need to be held accountable. in general, i was saying that one of our biggest challenges are the lone wolves who are becoming radicalized. i think donald trump is a friend of the show. it would be interesting to ask him the next time he calls in, steve, how do you feel your words are in videos being put out by isis to recruit these individuals? your words that are anti-islam, how he's -- >> i'm unfamiliar with that video. but i do remember seeing a video with bill clinton's own words in it. >> i think counterterrorism officials have made it very clear, it's been checked by plit
owe fact. they use donald trump's words. we have to have a very serious conversation about this. it's not going off -- not about taking credit or saying oh, i called it first, i should be a newscaster. it's not about attacking our law enforcement and saying that they know who the terrorists are, but they don't want to -- [ overlapping talking ]. >> that's insulting. >> all that, again on the talking points. here's the reality. hillary clinton is trying to run on her record as secretary of state. her record of national security. her record is horrible on national security. >> regarding? >> the iran deal. the secret clause in there, letting iran keep uranium. the fact that over a billion dollars went to iran, part of a deal that she helped to negotiate. we know that money is most likely being funded to hezbollah. hillary clinton made this country less safe, now she wants to be president and somehow is trying to blame donald trump for it. donald trump had nothing to do
with the real birth of isis. it happened on hillary clinton's watch. he had nothing to do with the fact that isis controls libya. controls huge swaths of syria and iraq. you're blaming words. tell us 49 people murdered in orlando this is a war of narratives. tell the priest in france who was murdered by isis, it's a war of words. it's not a war of words. it's a bloody war with knives and guns and isis is winning because of hillary clinton. >> we have to fight the ideology and we should not play into it and stoke those fears that are helping isis and terrorists. >> what do you mean -- what do they do to defeat isis? >> the only candidate who made the right call to go after terrorist number one. >> come on. everyone knows she was a bystander on that decision. >> it is a perfectly fair and balanced debate today, boris. thank you. >> what do you think? friends of fox news.com.
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this is the boat they're looking for. the search covered 1500 square miles. we're praying for that family sand their safe return. stop what you are doing and look at this. a plane blows up into a million pieces in the middle an air show. everybody is okay. >> that was a giant remote control model plane shattering in the skies over germany. things went south after part of the model snapped off the back. but happy to tell you, nobody was hurt. do you remember this kid? earlier this summer he was caught on camera sneaking into a neighbor's garage to hug their dog. after his own dog died. well, that louisiana boy can stop stealing up snuggles. his family just got a new puppy. and here is the video of that. that little boy, they named the black lab drake. and those are your headlines.
congratulations to that family. >> adorable. fantastic. >> love that story. >> there's so many different facets to the takedown of this 28-year-old accused terrorist who was bombing new york and new jersey on saturday and sunday. there were so many things that went into his takedown, the fact that he ended up three miles from where they were searching his apartment. the fact that he was stumbled on to by a group of guys just walking through the area and recognized him each though there was a hood over his head. he lives in elizabeth. 3.4 miles away was linden. >> the mayor of elizabeth, new jersey, he said that they probably saved hundreds of lives. this happened 50 hours ago and the suspect is already in custody. so hats off to the law enforcement officers that were able to take that guy down right there. >> where he was spotted was at a place a tavern there. >> harry joins us. he's the owner of that bar.
thanks for joining us. tell us about yesterday morning when you spotted this guy passed out in the foyer of your bar. >> i actually saw him around 6:45. but i thought it was another guy just sitting there maybe drunk or something. i confronted him around 9:00 in the morning. i went there. he was leaning against the glass doors. it was a little cracked. i thought maybe he might get hurt. i just went there and talked to him. i said, buddy, you're going to get hurt. he just looked at me and he said, oh, i'm sorry and he just leaned toward that side. that's the time he pushed back his -- to the back and i could see his face. i was watching the news on my laptop and that guy's photo was there on the screen. i was like coming back to my store and a little shaken. i said oh, my god. this guy looks exactly like the
guy they're showing on the tv. so i came back to the -- my store, across the street from the bar. i got a little busy. i didn't call the cops right away and then one of my friend came in and i told him, his name was vinny. i said vinny, you saw the guy sleeping in front of my bar, he said yes. i said he looked exactly like the guy on the computer. i showed him, he said yes, yes. i'm like so shaken the thought of it same guy. i said okay, let me call the cops. i was about to dial 911, then he said no, call the linden cops. i just called the cops. >> then how far from when you called the cops did they actually show up? >> they were there in like three, four minutes. because on the phony didn't tell them that the guy you are
looking for is there. i told them this guy is sleeping in front of my bar and he doesn't look good. she said what do you mean by he doesn't look good. is he dead or alive? no, no. he's alive. but you have to check it out. will you accepted somebody to check it out, you know. i think they came within three, four minutes. >> harry, what happened in between the time you called cops and they showed up and this video of him lying down on the ground with blood on his shoulder? what happened in between? >> no. in between i was just waiting there looking at the guy and i was standing -- it was raining, the store was not busy. so i was standing at the door of my store and just looking across the street. still watching him that he's still there, you know. >> uh-huh. so the police arrive at the scene and at some point this guy pulls a gun out of his fanny pack and starts shooting and running down the street, right?
>> yes. when the first cop came, he looked at him within one minute. the second cop pulled in. and that's when i saw that he was about to wake him up and i presume the moment he saw the cop, i saw his hand going toward the left side and that's when the cop -- it happened so fast, within 10, 15 seconds, you know. he shot through the glass panel, the other two bullet holes there. >> it could have been loud. evidently, he was running and shooting. you were shocked that other people didn't get hurt. >> yeah. >> harry, why was he sleeping at your bar? what was he doing there? >> that's the question i've been asking a thousand times to myself. why all the places in the world he's like -- wanted guy sleeping in front of my bar. >> doesn't make sense. >> yeah, it doesn't. >> you did see something, you did say something, you called
the police and they have their man. >> harry baines, the owner of a tavern there in linden, new jersey. harry, thank you very much. >> thank you so much, harry. you might have saved many more lives. >> no kidding. >> the officer quickly got a shot to the and. good thing he was wearing a vest or he'd be struggling for his life much. >> the suspect shot a windshield out one of the cop cars and the glass flew and hit one. officers in the forehead. both of them will be okay. should the new york bomber be treated as an enemy combatant? basically no rights. stripped of all of his constitutional rights. what do you think about that? the judge is here next to tell us what he thinks. >> i say yes, he says no.
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an enemy combatant for intelligence gathering service. based upon his actions, he's clearly a candidate for enemy combatant status. judge andrew napolitano joins us now. good morning, judge. >> i profoundly disagree and the constitution disagrees and the laws of the land disagree and the supreme court disagrees. think about it. if the government could pick anybody it wants whose attitude is anti-american, whose values are anti-american, who hates america, who engages in some violence that manifests all that hatred and say we're going to take away your constitutional rights, then nobody's constitutional rights are secure. the whole purpose of the constitution is to prevent the government from subjectively deciding who has rights and who doesn't. >> legally, they can do it. they've done it with everyone in the gitmo. >> there's one person who was in gitmo, since been released, born in louisiana, and joined a fighting force against the
united states and actually was captured in afghanistan shooting at american soldiers and the supreme court said it's okay to hold him as an enemy combatant but you have to give him a trial. he was eventually released. that is a far cry from what this monster did in elizabeth and in seaside park and here. >> guys like this, terrorists, having more rights than the american people. what about all the people that could have gotten killed because of these bombs here in new york city or in elizabeth, new jersey? >> it's a very good question. it's difficult to argue with you at this hour. but i'll do my -- i'll do my best. they don't have more rights than everybody. they have the same rights as everybody. the theory of the constitution is rights come from our humanity. we all have the same level of rights. the government can't take the rights away until you are convicted of a crime. in the process of prosecuting you, you are entitled to all
that's -- >> what about the interrogation factor. you can't do that if they lawyer up. but we need to talk to them, find out what they know, who they're connected to to thwart the next attack. >> it guarantees freedom of speech and silence. you may not like that, but it's an individual right and an individual choice and it's one of the rights that all of our soldiers have fought for so that we have those rights. because if the government can force him to speak, it could force you or me to speak in some future hypothetical context. >> but it's about saving lives. i have to disagree with you. >> it is about saving lives and also about saving freedom an the constitution and saving the personal liberties that we all have. >> we'll agree to disagree and i'll still be your friend. >> before i go, i wish i were 18 again. happy birthday ainsley. >> how did you know? >> thank you. darn facebook. >> little birdie in my ear. >> thank you, judge. new fears of foreign terrorists
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new fears of foreign terrorists living among us with the arrest of an afghani immigrant accused of planting bombs and terror investigation of a somalian slasher at a mall over the week. >> this as individuals shy of a thousand ordered deported were granted citizenship instead. >> how does this happen? here to weigh in is former
employee of homeland security, see something, say nothing, phillip haney. do you have a sense how this faux pas took place? >> i've been reading this report is one thing that struck me, there are a lot of numbers in the report including 315,000 individuals whose fingerprints were lost, and not only that, if the department of homeland security was serious about this, they would not have shut down the program that discovered this lapse in the first place, but at the end of the report, you will read that they shut the program down. >> so now that they have discovered their error, their mistake, what are they going to do now? >> well, they say they are addressing it, but if they shut the program down that originally discovered it, it's hard to really effectively address it, but they s they have recommendations that the agencies are following and that they are expecting a follow-up report.
>> okay. the department of homeland security says before the report was issue the u.s. immigration and customs agency had already digitized the records as it potentially i.d. 'd as missing fingerprint records. >> there's something fishy here, phillip, and you feel it is high-level fraud, don't you? >> yes, because these individuals are from countries of concern for terrorists. all of them, the report makes that quite clear. if you come to a law enforcement officer and you don't have your complete records, your fingerprints in particular, that should halt the process right there. how people came into the country, either legally or illegally, and accidentally gains sendship -- citizenship is an impossible concept to me as a law enforcement officer.
>> and the name of the program that you said has been since been stopped that actually discovered this loophole is? >> the janus program, it's outlined in the inspector general report. it's interesting they use that name. janus means two-faced. the people in this program are two-faced. we don't know who they are. >> one of them ended up being a police officer, one access to a secure airport, one access to a secure sea port. even though they weren't supposed to become citizens, they are now. >> thank you so much for joining us this morning. >> you are welcome. thank you. meanwhile, donald trump wants racial profiling? he didn't say that. we've got the tape here. >> i give him so much credit for doing this last night.
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>> let me state very, very clearly, immigration security is national security. >> i'm the only candidate in this race who has been part of the hard decision to take terrorists off the battle field. >> so whose resume do you like, we're live on the campaign trail. cnn putting words in donald trump's mouth saying he wants more racial profiling. only problem, he did not say that and we have the tape because he said it to us. mornings are better with friends. ♪ if you look at yesterday's show, it's one of those shows i don't think we'll ever forget. >> a lot of breaking news. >> a lot of breaking news. we had no idea where the manhunt was going. we had no idea where the man we were looking for or how many. then you had the interview with donald trump and governor cuomo. >> in the middle of the show, we were getting alerts and you were
as well. >> first time they had ever sent out. >> sirens saying we're looking for this guy. if you've seen him, call 911. >> a lot of people did wind up seeing him after the shootout, after the bar owner we just talked to called the cops. breaking right now on tuesday morning, brand-new chilling details about the new york-new jersey terror bombing suspect. >> the mother of his daughter says he's a dead beat dad who hates america. >> we're learning that he made several trips to terrorist hot spots as well. leland vittert is live in newark, new jersey, with details this morning. good morning. >> good morning. ahmad rahami still here in the hospital still recovering from gunshot wounds suffered during that shoot out. $5.2 million bond. he's feeling well enough to have his mugshot taken, charges of
regarding those explosions. he was on the run from 50 hours, time from the first explosion to the scene in front of this own. an alert bar owner was able to trick him into staying at the bar and then called police. >> and that's when i saw that he was about to wake him up and i presume the moment he saw the cop, i saw his hand going toward the left side and then that's when -- it happened so fast, within 10, 15 seconds. he shot through the glass panel. >> a couple of police officers injured during that shoot-out. they are expected to be okay. as we're learning more about rahami, police obviously are going through his facebook page, his social media page, check out
this post from his brother's facebook page. you can see the picture, a very violent picture with the quota above. i bring men who desire death as ardently as you desire life. chilling there, whether or not the fbi was aware of this and begun to put the pieces tolingt together. the fbi also focusing on the fried chicken restaurant owned by the family that ahmad worked at. ironically enough it is called first american fried chicken. they had a lot of issues with code enforcement. they claimed they were being discriminated against because they were muslim. that's something that played out in the courts and the court said the city of elizabeth, new jersey, was in the right. still unknown did this guy have any help building these bombs or be directed by somebody overseas. back to you. >> thank you very much. where did he learn how to build
these bombs? the cover of the "new york daily news" martyr dumb. they talk about of the ten bombs, eight did not detonate. we told you yesterday with passerbies that saw a suitcase. they unzipped it. they thought what's this hunk of chunk right here and it sounded like they disabled the little cell phone you can see right there. so these two people who wound up carting the luggage off probably saved a bunch of lives. >> they write up that they are thieves. they are not thieves. they saw a bag laying on the street. it's sitting there. picking up, you know, if it's going to be on the ground, you want someone to trip over it. >> there's a lot of trash on the side of the road in new york, so they might have thought it was trash. one man's trash is another man's
treasure. i want the suitcase, but i don't want that. >> you have a bomb in your hand and you by mistake defuse it. >> there was a plastic bag around the bomb. >> defused it. >> think about this, those people who wound up taking that piece of luggage not only saved lives probably by keeping it from going on, but because it did not detonate, they found a thumbprint on that particular pressure cooker bomb. they also found some writings as well, but because they found that thumbprint, they were able to run it through the database and discovered, hey, wait a minute, that guy was arrested a couple years ago when he tried to stab his sister who later recanted the story. >> unbelieve and the sister goes to school at rutgers. doesn't want to talk about it. >> houct his brother?
they interviewed his dad and say did you know this? the dad didn't really answer the question quickly. >> when you look at somebody and ask them for something did you know about your son and he stares straight ahead, who knows. >> here's a big question, when we have the underwear bomber, the dzhokhar tsarnaev and his brother, do you delay reading miranda rights in order to question that person to find out if there's a conspiracy to find out if there's a conspiracy. the jag officer says you absolutely can delay and you should do t. >> we don't know what his motivation is. while he was born in afghanistan, he's a naturalized american citizen, when you are a citizen in the united states,
you get all sorts of rights. judge napolitano was on with nap -- with ainsley and he begs to differ. >> if the government can question anybody they want who hates america and says we're going to take away your constitution rights, nobody's constitutional rights are secure. >> it's not a suicide pact and if someone is looking to blow up the country and take down a building, you do not have to read them the miranda rights, you can delay it and this administration has no interest in treating any of these terrorists any different from any two-bit criminal. >> the definition of enemy combat tant is a person who engages in hostility which this guy has done for an enemy state. he went over the middle east. >> that's the part we don't know. >> we know he went to afghanistan. we know he went to pakistan
which is the headquarters for the exiled afghan-taliban leadership. you can't find out more if he's lawyered up. we need to interrogate. >> do you think this administration is actually going to declare -- >> no. >> as an enemy combat ant. he's going to get his day in court but he is an american citizen and you just heard the judge. >> that's what's frustrating. that's going to be on the debate stage in hofstra in debate one. although it is domestic although an international terror incident. hillary clinton cannot divorce herself from the criminal way in which the terrorists are treated by barack obama. she cannot run it even if she wants to and donald trump has never budged. he says we should be questioning them right now and now read him his miranda rights. you'll have a clear choice on monday. >> you said it best, steve. you said the two candidates, one
of them is going to be president. they have two different rest maze when it comes to fighting terror. listen. >> i'm the only candidate in this race who has been part of the hard decisions to take terrorists off the battle field and i've laid out a comprehensive plan to meet the evolving nature of this threat and take the fight to isis everywhere they threaten us, including on line. >> attack after attack, from 9/11 to san bernardino, we have seen how failures to screen, who is entering the united states, could puts all of our citizens, everyone in this room, at danger. so let me state very, very clearly. immigration security is national security. >> and he's right about immigration security. we just did a story with phillip haney who said look, this administration granted close to
a thousand people who were not supposed to -- who were supposed to be deported, granted them citizenship. something has gone hay wire. >> that reminds me of kate steinle with the sanctuary cities. that guy came back five times. now her family is without their daughter. >> cnn says donald trump is advocating racial profiling. no, profiling. it's fundamental strong police work. it should be more effective much like israel. in fact, take a listen. >> you know, in israel, they profile. they have done an unbelievable job. as good as you can do. but israel has done an unbelievable job and they will profile. they see somebody that's suspicious, they will profile. they will take that person and they will check out. >> so you said profiled but he didn't say racial profile and
yet you take a look at some of the lines from cnn, trump defends racial profiling in wake of bombs. notice that's in quotation and as you can see right there, he never said racial profiling. so cnn is getting called out on it. remember, a couple of days ago that cnn did creative editing for hillary clinton who said bombs in regard to the incident in new jersey. >> heather nauert. >> talk about happy news for a second. happy birthday, ainsley. one thing you say to people on their birthdays i'm so glad you were born. quick headlines while you were sleeping. french official arresting eight people connected to that horrific bastille day truck attack. an isis terrorist plowed through crowds watching fireworks in the
resort city of nice. it's unclear how these eight suspects are connected to that initial attacker. more breaking of airline passenger finally free after a false hijacking scare early this morning. police swarming a saudi arabian plane in the fooeps after a -- philippines, after a pilot accidentally hit a distress button before landing. i'll see you back here in a bit as we celebrate ainsley birthday. one openly hated the united states, the other supposedly normal american kid so what needs to be done to weed out the terrorists before they attack us. dr. zahui jaxar coming up next. and he just pled the fifth in congress, but apparently he had a lot to say on line. you are not going to believe this. ♪
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they have a child together. a little girl named maria. in a fox news exclusive, she says that ahmad khan rahami seemed standoffish to american culture, but i never thought he would cross the line. the father of the mall attacker said he had no suspicion that his son was radicalized. >> thank you for being with us, dr. jasser. what do you make of all this and what does the muslim community need to do? >> well, we seem to go through this every time and you wonder when we're going to learn. at the end of the day, this is not a lone wolf. there's a pool that these radicals are swimming in. while some of them may have odd, bizarre personal histories, the bigger narrative is one of anti-americanism, sharia
supremi supremi supreme, a hate of the west. they hate america and wants to establish a islamic state. we muslims are the only one who can own it and reform it. instead of working with reformers, the administration is pushing the grievance narrative of the radicals. jeh johnson was speaking last week and telling our community that we're in the same situation of the gym crowe era of the 60s. you wonder how the family was suing the city for discrimination against muslims, the band width is being used for grievance narrative. his dad said he didn't know
what was really happening. it took him a long time to answer the question, actually, but you can see his head no, shaking his head. do you buy that. his brother is looking forward. we don't want to answer these questions. >> what did he not know? he did not know maybe about the violence, about the bomb-making, about the militant, he knew the pool he was swimming in, the anti-americanism, the travel to afghanistan, the ideological situation for this country, the hate for the troops and our police. they don't own up to that. it's like the alcoholic that doesn't want to admit they have a problem and this family was part of the radicalization whether they want to admit it or not. >> thank you for joining us. donald trump praising israel for its controversial practice of profiling. is there something we could learn from our allies.
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did donald trump successfully describe what you do in israel? >> he was close but i'm going to take it a step further. the israeli security system which is air tight and we can't stop every terror attack but we can stop most of them is based on what i call a d-3 system. the first one is did he tell teern -- deterrence phase, they have a tremendous ability of having armed police officers as well as highly specialized motorcycle units which carry not one officer but two officers with an ar on those bike who cannot only create a deterrent but can get to a terrorist attack extremely quick by because they are on those bikes. we also arm our soldiers so they can travel to and from their military bases. having the weapons on our soldiers is the no only a deterrence but it allows our soldiers to protect themselves when they are moving to and from
the base. the second piece is the detection phase. all of our officers in israel are under cover, when they are off duty, are used as force multiplers. we are not afraid of concealed carry in israel. we issue permit holders to all special forces vets. they are not allowed to walk around with their gun. they have to go through a mandatory 40 hours of active training and they are issued or required to wear some type of what we call friendly fire avoid answer clothing. this planl right here looks like a typical blue flannel. when you break away the pocket, it has a highly reflective police patch so the officers don't accidentally get shot by other officers. what you saw in minnesota, was a former officer or off duty officer able to put down that knife-wielding terrorist and able to identify himself.
that's the same thing with security guards in israel. off duty they are allowed to be armed, but they are forced to carry some kind of identification. this is a friendly fire avoidance hat. >> with that small country, the size of new jersey, how do you deal with that the a country the size of america? >> this is a tough one. we here in the states have a problem where we've got anti-american and sharia supremacist type of wolves putting up in this country. you can't put up a wall. what you have to do is you have to allow the law enforcement to be able to rely on off duty and concealed carry permit holders to act not only as force mumters but be able to train.
look at the video of rahami. he's walking down the street in a predominantly gay neighborhood. he's covered up and big beard on him. the way he's carrying the bag. we have security in front of the majority of public places, and we need to start looking at the private sector to put those elements in place because this guy is a red flag if you look at the video and those still photos. >> being politically correct could be our death sentence if we don't wise up. aaron cohen, thanks so much. >> thanks for having me. straight ahead of the bottom of the hour. the white house says it's a war of words. >> it's a war of narratives. we want to make sure that we're getting out our counternarrative against isil, when it comes to them, we're in a narrative fight with them. >> let's debate it. why don't we.
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york city with the latest and the next steps in the investigation. >> if this was a dry run, it definitely back fired and this terrorist clearly did not know what he was doing. first of all, not taking into consideration the modern technology here in new york city. some 8,000 cameras that are located all over new york city streets. something that did not exist 15 years ago in the days of 9/11 and these cameras obviously equipping authorities to catch anyone trying to repeat history. 9/11 investigators had plenty of evidence to help nab the suspect caught in this black and white image near the sight of the explosion in chelsea on saturday night much different than what it was 15 years ago. ultimately what led investigators to ahmad khan rahami was a handwritten note found near one of the unexploded bombs on sunday. the note made mention of the bombers responsible for the boston marathon attack, a
reporter spoke to rahami's dad who says he had no idea what his son was up to. listen. >> did you know that your shon was doing this? >> no. >> you had no idea? when you hear now that he's been accused of this, do you believe it? do you believe it? sir? >> i'm not sure what's going on. >> you are not sure. >> i'm not sure what's happening exactly, but i think it's very hard right now to talk, okay. >> rahami was eventually shot and captured by police in linden, new jersey, by a hero cop who recognized the suspect after a bar owner reported seeing someone sleeping in his bar doorway. that officer, angel padia was shot in the torso. a couple officers shooting the 28-year-old rahami. he was shot in the leg, arrested and taken to a local hospital but not before he fired off
rounds, injuring two other officers. thankfully, though, none of which suffered life-threatening injuries. back to you guys. thank you. let's welcome back to our show, former cia director under bill clinton and donald trump supporter james woolsey. do you think the response would be effective to stop the attack? do you think we know enough about this guy? >> think the police and the fbi and the people who are working on in new jersey and new york did a good job here. the coordination has paid off and some of the criticisms of law enforcement. >> and the communication, they rounded up that car on the bell parkway with the family members before they got him? >> right, right. and that's getting better. but it's like playing goalie in hockey and if the other team gets a single score, you lose. you have to stop every shot and that's hard, and one will get through here one of these days. i hope i'm wrong, but i'm afraid i'm not going to be.
>> sure. we think we have the greatest intelligence agencies in the world here in the united states, but sometimes -- you know, he was out there doing stuff and we didn't find him. >> sure. it will happen and i think part of the problem is that we aren't applying overall to intelligence and even any more to policing in our big cities the sort of operation that giuliani and kelly did in new york with broken window syndrome. >> you know why? >> well, it's politically incorrect, and political incorrectness is our great problem. as long as we have to talk about things in a politically correct way and we can't say that it's islamic terror and so on and so on, we are causing ourselves a massive amount of trouble. there's virtually nothing that's worse than political correctness that you are trying to understand what's going on in something like a movement like
radical islam. >> do you agree with josh earnest who said we're fighting a word against narrative? >> he misspelled narrative. narrative is spelled l-i-e. >> for the folks who didn't hear him yesterday, he was on a couple different channels pushing this. here's josh earnest spinning. >> this is a war of narratives and we want to make sure we're getting out our counternarrative against isil. we're in a narrative fight with them. a narrative battle. >> they have got a really good story and we need to have a good story too. >> the mind reels. i mean, this is ridiculous. it's not just a pr matter. it's not a matter of ratings. it's a matter of life and death, and as long as you operate in such a way as you start with a narrative, and then you try to make the facts fit the narrative -- >> this administration has done that. >> it's a jv team. >> a lot. they did it with benghazi, they
did with a lot of things, and that's a sure way to deceive yourself into not taking the actions that you have to take. >> think about this. josh earnest could not answer the question to martha maccallum, did the president reach out to the governors of new jersey and new york, one of which is a democrat? he could not answer the question. will the president be addressing this? today, he's in new york city, he was in new york city when the bomb hit. he was in new york city when the chase was going on and when he came in front of the cameras, he did not even know that the 28-year-old had been apprehended. he's saying up-to-date everything but crawl underneath him showed something that he won even reveal or didn't know. >> suppose we have fought world war ii this way, we would be sitting around here pledging allegiance to hitler's heirs. we would have lost. >> trying to win the narrative against the nazis. we have a strong narrative to face, but first you have to kill
them. >> first, you have to win the war, fight effectiveliful you have to level with the world what's going on and what's going on is a rather large chunk of islam is radical and is focused some of them on violence and it doesn't help to ignore that. indeed, it hurts a lot. >> james, why are you supporting donald trump if you served under bill clinton? >> well, i served under clinton, under reagan, under bush 1 and under carter. so i'm a old scoop jackson democrat. i've work for both parties in government. the two candidates, i thought he would be definitely the better president. i trust him to call it straight. maybe he will sometimes call it in such a way that it's either amusing or embarrassing, but i think he will call it straight. >> despite your relationship with the clinton family. >> i don't really have -- >> he never saw you when you
were the cia director? >> he saw me in national security council meetings but we didn't have one-on-one sessions and when that little plane crashed into the south lawn in the white house, the staff joked that must be woolsey trying to get an appointment with clinton. >> heather joins us with more news. good morning to all of you. a s.w.a.t. stand-off ending in gunfire overnight leaving one man dead. sheriffs deputies in port st. lucie, florida, were trying to serve a court order to 22-year-old joshua scott. he barricaded himself nied a home. they tried to negotiate for hours. he jumped out of a window and firing at them. police fired back and killing him. they said he had a history of mental health issues. and a terrifying moment for
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donald trump speaking to supporters in florida yesterday and betting on a big victory in the sunshine state come november and he might just be right. here now with his brand-new and improved electoral map, larry sabato joins us. something curious has happened. while it looked a few weeks like hillary clinton was marching toward the white house, suddenly donald trump is getting much more popular in some states that were kind of going her way. >> yes. that's especially true in ohio and iowa which we've now leaned to trump. iowa, it seems pretty certain. ohio is close, but clearly trump has gone up and clinton has declined, and then there's some others that are now so close
they have to be called toss-ups, that would include florida as well as north carolina and nevada. >> so the new and improved map is more competitive. let's go ahead and put up your electoral map as well. so what is -- and we kind of know what that is. the red is solidly for trump. the blue is solidly for clinton and then the various shades of those colors. what's happening with the people out there in america that they are suddenly becoming more open to mr. trump as president, perhaps, in some certain quarters. >> there are two ways to look at it, steve. one is what's happened to hillary clinton. she's had the toughest couple of week of her general election campaign. between deplorables and the pneumonia episode and the videotape of the collapse. it shocked a lot of people and it caused them to step back, some moving into undecided. maybe others looking for other candidates.
for donald trump he's had a more disciplined campaign usually when they can keep him on the teleprompter and keep him from making side remarks during rallies. the new campaign team i think has done a good job with him. it's that combination, but keep in mind, steve, this is retrospective. we're looking back and trying to peg where the states may be were last week or are over the weekend and we're heading up for that big debate on monday which could shake things up again. >> i completely agree with you. finally we'll be able to see them s side. let me ask you something that happened in the last couple of days. terror strikes in new york. during the primary season there was one or two, and people tended to side with trump and his tough approach to terror. could that possibly improve his numbers going forward because i know you look at the polls and clinton and trump are about tied when it comes to handling
terror? >> yeah, it look. because you are absolutely right, during the primaries is helped trump because trump doesn't use diplomatic language. he comes right out and says we're going to get tough and people can interpret that as they wish. when people are angry about terroristic acts, they turn to a candidate who shares their anger. doesn't use a diplomatic two-accept. -- step. >> that's a way put it. larry sabato, thank you for joining us. two minutes he will be teaching. we got to let him go. one in five syrian refugees admitted to the united states is settling here in the new york city-new jersey area, so where do the rest go? up next, the new concerns about possible terrorists among them. and laura ingram is here. next hour. don't go away. we've got lots to talk about. with hydrogenated oil...
new fears of foreign terrorists living among us as nearly one in five syrian refugee already here in the u.s. has settled in the new york and new jersey area. the site of last weekend's bombings. >> so do we have to fear terrorists coming here or should we just say we have big hearts, we should let them all in. here is caitlyn collins. is there a concern americans should have? >> americans are concerned. they are concerned about the vetting process, they are concern about how many refugees we're bringing in. most of are being placed in michigan, california, arizona and texas. one in five are being placed in new york. that's 500 refugees that have been placed in the new york area
and at least 250 in new jersey. that's causing concern for a lot of people given the recent events in the last week in new york and minnesota. >> counterterrorism experts have said in the past that it is impossible to thoroughly vet all these refugees coming in from syria. why are we taking in so many? >> exactly. the problem is only getting worse. barack obama is addressing the united nations today to encourage world leaders to bring in more refugees into their country. he himself wants to bring in 110,000 next year. if hillary clinton is elected, she wants to bring in as many refugees as people living in detroit, given the numbers so far. that's concerning people. >> so far we haven't had any isis members coming here, although there have been 66 picked up in the last few months of those who were sympathetic to the islamic state. however, if you look at what's happening in germany and europe,
they have a totally scenario. there are linkages. >> exactly. there's no telling. like we said there's no way to properly vet these people. a lot of people that have committed these acts don't have a history with law enforcement. so how would you truly know what they are planning to do? >> that's a good point because we saw this guy who was just arrested yesterday, the new york guy, he's been here nor 15 years and he's just coming out. these syrian refugees are just coming through the country. >> exactly. and that's what americans are concerned about. they are also worried about the undemocratic nature of it. no voters are being asked what they think about bringing in these refugees. >> sure. nor the governors. caitlyn, thanks for joining us. laura ingraham is here next to break down this story and a few other headlines. >> ainsley has other things planned too. mom,
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you want the whole thing? yes, yes! live whole. not part. aleve. good morning. it is tuesday, september 20th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt. this is a fox news alert. the suspected bomber who terrorized new york and new jersey is behind bars after a dramatic shoot-out with police. [ gunshots ] >> this morning, stunning new details about his hatred for america, his trips overseas and if he had any help, and he's a dead beat dad. after terror strikes again, hillary clinton touting her experience while donald trump blames years of bad policy.
>> immigration security is national security. >> i'm the only candidate in this race who has been part of the hard decision to take terrorists off the battlefield. >> so that's their resume. laura ingraham weighs in about two minutes. cnn caught putting words in donald trump's mouth saying he wants more racial profiling. only problem, he did not say racial profiling. he said profiling. your mornings are better because you are with friends. tell them that. welcome aboard, folks. we got a busy final hour. keep in mind it was yesterday during this hour that we all got on our smart phones here in the new york city area that all points bulletin, look out for the guy who we believe is the
bomber. >> and the question is is just bomber, or is this an entire cell? >> we're learning so much about this guy and his family. breaking right now, brand-new chilling details about the new york and new jersey terror bombing suspect. >> the mother of ahmad rahami's daughter says he's a dead beat dad. >> i'm convinced now. it comes hours after the dramatic takedown. [ gunshots ] >> one of those bullets hit the assailant. leland vittert live in new jersey with breaking details in front of the hospital. hey, leland. >> reporter: brian, steve, ainsley, good morning to you. ahmad rahami waking up in the hospital behind me. $5.2 million bail, even though he was shot during that shootout with police, a couple other police officers wounded. he was doing well enough to have
his mugshot taken. those other officers expected to be okay. the charges against him will be added. federal officials will add the charges for the bombings up and down the eastern seaboard. this is as we learn more about himse himself. multiple trips to afghanistan, one trip to pakistan, where it was believed he had gotten married. perhaps yesterday, his wife left the united states flying back to pakistan and according to l.a. times was intercepted in the united arab emirates to find out if she had any idea of the plans he had as he was allegedly those bombs. lots of other dots that were perhaps missed. could the fbi could have asked more questions and immigration officials asked questions when he came into the united states from those countries that have terrorist training camps? also this from social media, his
brother's facebook page, a picture of militants, with the quote, i bring men who desire death as ardently as you desire life. despite all this, with all those dots, they hadn't connected any. >> there's nothing to can indicate that currently he was on our radar. we had a report of a domestic incident some time ago. that was the allegations were recanted, and i don't have any other information. we'll keep digging. >> is the fbi now looking again today at first american fried chicken, the restaurant that his family owned and also at the apartment above where they lived. still a lot more questions to answer. did rahami have any contacts with overseas terrorist organizations? was he directed by anyone? did he have any help building these bombs? all things the fbi hopes to answer in the coming days, guys. >> we'll have to see if the family can live in close quarters like that and one of them happens to be making pressure cooker bombs with
explosive materials. >> it is a fried chicken place, it would have pressure cookers, you would think. >> when they asked the dad, he paused, paused, paused. no, i don't know anything. >> the guy made three or four months long trips to afghanistan and pakistan. during one of those he met a woman and eventually married her. the l.a. times, she left pakistan in the last couple of days and yesterday he was intercepted in the united arab emirates where officials are trying to figure out she knew -- wanted to know whether or not she knew anything about her husband's plans. >> so laura ingraham as mun who is connect the dots. just a coincidence? >> no, i can't imagine it's a
coincidence. it reminds me of the omar mateen wife who had been tracked by authorities and surveilled by authorities down in orlando and we never hear anything about her. she drove mateen to that orlando club. the carnage and everything that happened there and we hear she's being surveilled, then we don't hear anything else about it. so all of this is so disconcerting on so many levels but the one thing we know that we are not able, apparently, to stop these home grown terrorists from wreaking havoc on our society. we're not able to do it. let's admit it. we can find them after they commit these horrible acts, but we're going to drop in another 100,000 people whose background we can't really verify? this is just madness. >> our lack of action caused this refugee crisis and now the president has got the big heart to accept everyone. well, if he acted when it was violated, we might have a totally different story.
>> this is trump's point. it's been all arong. we have no credibility all along on the world stage. that's why china is mocking us, that's why countries like the philippines feel like they are within their rights to insult us and our substantive policy has been a chaotic force in the middle east. we have helped destabilize the region and chaos as a result across the middle east, spilling into europe, as now angela merkel is feeling the heat from all her stupid refugee decisions. now coming into the united states. it's been a domino effect. it's been a domino effect of incompetence and backseat foreign policy and i think the american people are starting to get really fed up about all this. >> the american people have a choice in a a month and half. hillary clinton is saying vote for me if you want the say and you like the experience i bring to that position and donald trump says immigration security is national security.
>> i think trump is absolutely right, whether it's our border to the south that's porous or even our border to the north that's porous or bringing people into the country who can he can't -- we can't possibly discern their backgrounds. this is a ticking timebomb for the united states. we've had a job security issue, wages still lower than they were in 1999, and now another variable in an already very, you know, chaotic, domestic situation in this country, and more of the same. i mean, everyone can see what the same is. hillary yesterday on the tarmac, guys, in west chester, she said well she's had experience sitting in the situation room and being part of the strategy to go after the terrorists. first of all, she wasn't in the situation room on the night of benghazi. we don't -- i guess she was at home. i don't know what she was doing. but is that really what we're going to vote for? you sat in the situation room, and what exactly happened after
that? >> it worked out so well. >>. laura, going to play a sound bite from yesterday on this program. donald trump was on the channel twice yesterday talking about the problems we've got, perhaps we should do what israel does and they profile. see if you can hear him say racial profiling because somebody at cnn heard that, even though it doesn't exist. here's the sound bite. >> you know, in israel they profile. they have done an unbelievable job, as good as you can do, but israel has done an unbelievable job and they will profile. they profile. they see somebody that's suspicious, they will profile. they will take that person and they will check out. >> so they heard that and they put this up. trump defends racial profiling in wake of bombs. there's another full screen shot that says trump says racial profiling will stop terror. this is a couple of days after cnn very handily heard hillary clinton refer to the new york
and new jersey bombings, but they trimmed her saying that, so that they could attack him for calling it a bomb before he was notified by the authorities. what are they doing over at cnn? >> well, i think it's beyond dispute now that cnn is essentially operating as a clinton super pac. every move they make, almost every move they make when it comes to editling sound bites or chyroning, that's the title at the bottom of the screen is going to be geared toward assisting mrs. clinton. nothing could be more obvious than adding the racial element yesterday. they are adding the racial element where trump never brought it up because they know trump is starting to make headway into the minority community. that can't be happy with what's happening to their economic picture or their safety or their schools, and they know he's making inroads, and so this is why they have to know, he's
racist, he's a terrible person, he's mean spirited. this is all they have. they can't argue the substance. so cnn -- it's like a combination of media matters, move on.org and hillary clinton super pac rolled into one. that's what they are operating as. we want no show you a facebook post from kathleen harrington. this is a picture she posted on george bush 41. she wrote. the president told me he's voting for hillary. well, we know, you know, that the establishment doesn't like donald trump. what do you think about that? >> all of a sudden, the bush people said george w. bush will vote this year, it's not clear anyone was there to verify this, still checking. keep your powder dry. then yesterday he said he never committed to voting. he always keeps it secret. >> who whoes?
president bush is well into his 90s. he's had some health issues. i don't know what to make of that. one thing we do know is that on major issues involving trade and immigration, the pillars of the trump campaign, the bushes are much closer to the clinton world view than they are to the trump and i think conservative working class american world view. that doesn't really surprise me. i had an old joke a couple of years ago, kush, what difference does it make, involving jeb and hillary. there are a whole host of issues they agree. that doesn't surprise me. >> if he did say that, is that really her news to share? >> again, they see this -- guys, they see this all beginning to slip away. over the next several weeks, the next four or five weeks, we're going to see this campaign and the efforts to, you know, i think resuscitate a sagging hillary campaign, we're going to
see the most incredible assertions made. we're going to see the race issue come to the fore. it's going to be blindingly obvious how desperate they are to hold on to power. it looks like it's slipping away. they will get more desperate. this might be another example of this. >> sure. all the battleground states are tied. donald trump jr igniting a fire comparing syrian refugees to a candy. does he have a point? a tech guy who wiped the server for hillary clinton, won say a lot to congress, apparently had a lot to say on line. even asked for advice. but there's so much more to it. here's how benefiber® works. inside us are trillions of good microflora
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>> ed henry is live in washington with the latest for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, the president has a habit of delivering controversial addresses in front of the u.n. who can forget september 2012 when the president used the backdrop of the u.n. to falsely claim the terror attacks in benghazi were the result of an offensive video. in terms of refugees today, with america under attack again this past weekend, donald trump is pouncing on this issue, declaring yesterday that the president and hillary clinton as secretary of state allowed thousands of criminal aliens to be released into our country, while clinton seems to be borrowing trump's rhetoric on vetting the immigrants. >> now, she wants a 550% increase in syrian refugees above the high numbers we have. altogether her plan would bring in 620,000 refugees in her first
term with no effective way to screen them or vet them. law enforcement said there's no way. >> i am absolutely in favor of and have long been an advocate for tough vetting, for making sure sure that we don't let people into this country and not just people who come here to settle, but we need a better visa system. >> tough vetting sounds like trump's extreme vetting. although allies for her have said she says thorough vetting. and donald trump jr is in hot water over this tweet. if i had a bowl of skittles and i told you just three would kill you, would you take a bowful? now there's a statements from
the skittles company. skittles are candy. refugees are people. we don't feel it's an appropriate analogy. we will respectfully refrain from further commentary as anything we say could be misinterpreted as marketing. they don't want to to be selling candy in the milling of this controversy. >> well, they are not. crucial news this morning, if you have eggo waffles in your freezer, the latest recall that you need to hear, steve, before you eat your breakfast. new questions awrneding the guy suspected of planting bombs in new york and new jersey. was he a loan or part of a terrorist cell? we'll dig a little deeper coming up next. if you've gone to extremes to escape your nasal allergies...
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24 minutes after the hour. we are back with a fox news alert. french officials arresting eight people connected to the bastille day truck attack where 86 people were killed, including three americans. that's when an isis terrorist plowed through the crowd who were watching fireworks in the resort city of nice. it's unclear how the eight new suspects are connected but we'll follow that story. hundreds of airline passengers finally free after a false hijacking scare early this morning. police swarming a saudi arabian airlines plane in the philippines after the pilot accidentally hit a distress call button right before landing. passengers were on the tarmac for hours before they finally got the all clear. let's head over to brian. brand-new questions surrounding the man suspected of planting bombs in new york and new jersey. could ahmad khan rahami be part of a charge -- larger terror
cell? the fbi quick to dismiss that. is it too soon to dismiss that? joining us now. >> this guy, tell me about him what you found out and his family? >> sure, we know publicly from various reports out there about his brother attacking a police officer and going over to afghanistan. now we know that the bomb her -- himself was going to afghanistan and pakistan. apparently had a wife there in pakistan. when you hear this lone wolf myth being trotted around like it always does, this fits the pattern of the opposite. normally radicalization through a close friend or family member. there you have him making trips to a terrorist hot spot. >> but you see the father with the odd reaction. then you see the family member who had a passport and a ticket to fly out of jfk. >> you will you have all these indications that stop short of being able to make an ak cushion
that other ind are involved in the plot, but when you look at the process of radicalization, knowing what you are going to do or at least your beliefs, this fits the consistent pattern and people really jump the gun in describing virtually everything nowadays as a lone wolf. >> the first thing you tell the males if you want to survive, grow your beard out. he came back from afghanistan, pakistan, in 2014, began to grow a beard and began to be very religious and sullen. now you found a connection with a mosque. tell me about it. >> a family friend says he attended a specific mosque in new jersey, inconsistently and when he andy tad. the leader of it is a official of a group the islamic circle of north america which i've been following for a long time. they have been preaching it, you are supposed to pursue a
caliphate, institute sharia law. all of these really radical things. they macon dem -- they macon -- don't be surprised when they join a terrorist group. >> why do you think the fbi is quick to dismiss it or do you think they are pursuing it and it may be a head fake? >> i think it's to keep people from panicking. the reaction is so quick. it's so early in the investigation, they could not have made that determination at that. >> governor qaw mow did tell us yesterday that there are overseas links and we don't know if he was talking about the travel that he made more maybe some contacts that he has. >> it's important to look within the united states and see those are setting the broad islamist foundation because now we know from his former high school sweet heart that he was a radical all the way back in high school. was he an isis type radical?
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>> it's nice. it's nice. >> you think you can win? >> there's a lot of competition and probably not. >> here's what i know, if you run a positive campaign, the voters ultimately will make the right choice. >> you know it's funny you say that. >> my psychic -- jimmy, that was a joke. get out of the car. and shave that wig off your face, you godless hollywood hippie. jeb! >> that was in the opening montage of the emmy's right now. >> jimmy kimmel that's to get to the emmys. >> that's funny is the outtakes and jimmy kimmel ran them last night and we're running them this morning. >> jimmy, i'm joking. get out of this car. you are supposed to leave.
aren't you? and shave that -- what am i -- shave that mug off your face? shave that wig off your face you godless, shameless stinkin' hippie. jeb sclamgs -- jeb! you want to do it again? >> stinkin' hippie. >> i wish we had seen more of that side during the campaign. >> please clap. all 16 of them should have to do that and go to the polls. >> it proves he's got a very good sense of humor. it's 27 minutes before the top of the hour on this very busy tuesday. more news. >> that's a hard ak to follow, by the way. good morning to all of you. let's start out in washington where he refuses to talk to congress but apparently the it specialist who maintained hillary clinton's private email
server has no problem asking the internet how to wipe it down. >> on advice of counsel, i respectfully decline to answer and assert my fifth amendment rights. >> this post says i need to strip out a v-i-p, very vip email address from a bunch of archived email. basically they don't want the vip's email address exposed to anyone. more on that that's' wet good it. you need to let go of your eggo, 10,000 cases of nutri grain whole grain waffles are being recalled due to a listeria contamination. that recall covers 25 states so
far. there are no reports of anyone getting sick. well, stop what you are doing and take a look at this. a plane blows up into a million pieces in the middle of an air show, watch. [ speaking foreign language ] >> okay. the good news, no one was hurt. no one was on board that plane. it was a giant remote control model airplane and it started in skies over germany. things went south after part of the model snapped off the back. no one was hurt. an incredible moment of sportsmanship, johnny brownlee was leading a triathlon. his brother was second. he carries him, giving him a shot of victory. he tweeted a thumbs up thanking his brother for his incredible loyalty. how sweet is that?
i have to show that to my boys. >> and the third place guy, he wins, he runs right by them. >> his brother could have probably used water. >> it's a great story though. >> meanwhile, as foreign policy and terror take center stage in the final stretch of the election, donald trump and hillary clinton, they both met with the egyptian president in new york yesterday. trump's foreign policy adviser walid fhares was just in egypt and he calls it historical and is here to explain. >> it is historic, because egypt is the largest arab, sunni country, it's maintaining peace with israel, it's fighting terrorism, and fighting extremism and teaching us about extreme vetting. that was very important. >> how is egypt with donald trump's vision of extreme vetting? >> well, i was just in egypt as you just mentioned. what i did there, i met with a
top muslim clerics, i asked him how do you do it, how do you make a differentiation between extreme and not extreme, they told me you got to identify the ideology. >> they do extreme vetting there. >> they have extreme vetting. they have the tools for extreme vetting. they know what the ideology is. what the administration told us you cannot touch it. i went to the source. >> it's night and day. a lot of people are saying they are not really known for their human rights at this point in the transformation. there's is there a problem for meeting with egypt and embracing too much of their philosophy? >> i met yesterday with 21 members of egyptian particlemli. they told me yet, we have issues, we have human rights issues but we deal with it. we are far away from what was to become a caliphate in egypt,
ruling 90 million people, not isis ruling 7 million people. >> what specifically can we learn about the war on terrorism there and how egypt is handling and bring it to the united states and make our country better and safer? >> let's remember, june 30th, 2013, the egyptian people rose. it's not the army that took over. the egyptian people, 33 million demonstrating on the streets. what we could is mobilize society, not have the muslim brotherhood come and teach us how to do it. our administration, we're receiving delegations from the brotherhood refusing to receive them from society. that's the difference. >> there's a couple of stories about how some diplomats, people in your business, have walked away from donald trump because they are afraid of what he stands for. in your dealings with the egyptian diplomats, are they okay with him? >> oh, boy, you should have seen the members of parliament, the diplomats, well, he went also to
mexico and we are in touch with jordanians and libyans and others. they are eager to see a change in our politics. >> the president has been slow to go with al-sisi and recreate that bond. >> egyptians are very smart. they would like to establish relations with us but russia is in syria. russia is everywhere. we need to talk with the russians and telling them what we want in the middle east. >> what can you tell us in the meeting? >> i can't tell much before being briefed. it was a euphoria in egypt. finally there's a break through. he met also with secretary clinton. they met with both sides. that's what international leaders do, but they are very happy with what they have heard. >> it's within a -- been a headline on egypt. >> it is a headline.
not just egypt but also the gulf and many other arab countries. >> we had a couple of terror hits. a couple of bombs were detonated. this is your department. what's your observation about this guy sitting in jail over in jersey -- in new jersey? >> professor earlier said that it's not about a link to isis. isis could be defeated and gone if we link to the ideology and we have a pool of indoctrinated people in the united states and in europe. again, the administration refuses there's a a deology. >> they don't want to review with us with the american people, american voter, the last eight years. they are still thinking the last 16 years. this is like a black hole the last eight years on policy. >> wallid phares.
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this happened before in 1996. clinton administration did the same thing. they nked down naturalization through to reduce the backlogs. now we have 858 special interest country aliens who were ordered deported because of criminal activity. now are among us as citizens. they have access to everything in the united states except the office of the presidency. >> no kidding. it smells fishy, doesn't it? >> it does smell fishy and here we have these people that have been ordered deported that are among us that can be -- they can be elected into congress. they can be elected into the senate. they can be anything, and we have no idea about who they are, and the problem with all this is the vetting process. if we can't vet aliens in the united states that are already
under proceedings and ordered deported and we're got the straying wanting to bring in all these people from the same special interest countries without being properly vetted, we're opening ourselves up to a lot of trouble. >> no kidding. >> and just this past week, we had two terrorist attacks in this country and both of them were naturalized citizens from special interest countries. >> yeah. it's very scary. if you look at some of the facts, one of them became a law enforcement officer. two of them gained access to secure areas at commercial airports. one gained access to secure areas at a maritime facility or several facilities. how worried should we be? >> we should be very worried that they have access to our deepest secure areas, including the airports. they could be tsa agents who could flag other sic aliens through the airport. so there are a lot of variables in this and this also sets us up for their asymmetric war against this country by using covert
operations just like this. >> well, that slasher in minnesota, he was an off duty police officer or some law enforcement officer. >> he was wearing a uniform. >> he was a security officer. >> yeah. >> david, this kind of points to what donald trump is talking about. that the immigration system is broken. >> it is broken. ever since 2003, when ins was dissolved and incorporated into this thing called the department of homeland security, all the avenues of information exchange were stopped. cis, border patrol, investigations, inspects inspections were all under the same umbrella and work together in unison to address the immigration problem. these agencies don't talk to each other. they are completely fragmented. >> what are they going to do about it? >> well, under these 858 aliens that were granted deportation, they can be criminally prosecuted under 18 usc 1425, and taken to federal court.
they would lose their citizenship ultimately and be deported as they should be and i would hope the next president would follow through. because this administration will not do it. we've already seen a lot of criminal activity that the government has just pushed as e aside, but the next president needs to get a handle on this and address the problems we have. >> thank you very much for sharing your expertise. >> have a good day. next up, it only happens once a year and it's a first for us right here on fox and friends. you don't want to miss what's going to happen next. >> but first, we're going to check in with bill hemmer to find out what's coming up next. >> i would watch that. it's a good tease. >> breaking news on the manhattan bomber, what we're learning about where he was and why that matters today. trump and clinton now on national security, how they differ, we will size it up. president obama make the case for more refugees today in front of the united nations. what are voters here and
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flowers. >> aren't these gorgeous? >> this was for you. this was done by a special choreographer. >> a chef? a baker? >> i think. we got these guys from minute man press. he did it. >> thank you so much. how beautiful. so nice. >> is that your favorite? chocolate? >> i do love chocolate. i'm a sucker for chocolate and flowers. >> lets ask your mom. dale earhardt. >> hey, ainsley. happy birthday, honey. >> thank you, mom. >> pretend we're not here. talk to her. >> we love you. we're so proud of you and dad's at the dentist office and hated not to be able to share the phone call. we'll call you later on and visit. but we're so proud of you and we just hope you have a wonderful day. >> thank, mama.
can you see the picture on the screen. there's your granddaughter. >> i can, that precious baby. we love her so much. >> dale, tell us a little bit about what ainsley was like as a little girl. >> she was very, very proceed -- precocious. >> she was a planner. if she was assigned to anything, a project that was due in six weeks, we had to go that day to get -- >> walmart to get the supplies. >> the eckharts. we didn't have a warm. she's been such a joy to our family and we love you. >> thank you, mom. >> are you point now where you are not buying her presents or have you shopped for her already? >> she's hard to shop for. we are doing a family birthday weekend, and so we have been -- we've been making plans, but the whole family is involved. so we just look forward to
celebrating with you in a couple of weeks, honey. >> thank you. dad's 70th birthday. >> right. >> i will have to say i'm over the hill. today is my 40th pittsburgh day and my -- birthday. my daughter's birthday is november and my sister-in-law. darcy. >> we're at the beach. >> we've got plans. >> mom, thanks for putting up with me for 40 years. >> you've been a joy. >> thank you. >> thank you for having me on the program. >> i love you very much. >> i love you very much too. thank you, dear. >> she was very busy 40 years ago today. >> yes, she was. >> yes. i remember the day well. >> thanks, love you, mama. >> thank you for let me -- letting me share this. we appreciate it so much. >> go get him. good luck at the dentist. let us know how it comes out. ♪ at safelite, we know how busy life can be.
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>> delicious cake. who is not eating that can talk now? >> i guess you have to bill: fox news alert. more information about the bomber who was tracked down in less than 40 hours. he apparently became radicalized after multiple trips to afghanistan and pakistan. i'm bill hemmer, welcome to america's newsroom. martha: i'm martha maccallum. this ways we are learning. this comes from his former girlfriend. she calls him a deadbeat dad. she says he hates gaze, the military and american culture in general. she said he hates