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friday morning. still dark outside. nice and cold outside. you are watching "fox & friends first" on this friday. >> blizzard in this type of the country. >> thank you so much for starting your day and ending your week with us. we have a high profile meeting of trump tower coming to a close. donald trump making progress on the position to fill his cabinet. one of the top white house jobs said to be office of michael flynn. >> with that let's go to james rosen who joins us live from dc with more. >> good torning to you and our viewers. donald trump has offered the position of national white house security advisor to retired mike flynn former director of the federal in -- central intelligence agency. he wrote he was fired from dia where he never once received an
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audience with president obama because the general as's assessments of isis didn't alarm with the view the what house wished to present. he followed as chief s chief of steve bannon. he will meet with mitt romney at trump national golf club this weekend. they exchanged some harp words during the primaries. he is evaluating him for the job of secretary of state. >> 99 percent of the cases it's an opportunity to have an open and frank discussion about ideas and opinions and discussions they have about how to implement a trump agenda. i would say any one is suggesting any decision has been made about any particular cabinet until he himself says it it is way mature. >> he was recently stewarding the trump transition team and
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was thought a candidate is out of the running. christie told the meeting of state league of municipalities i have no reason to believe i will do anything other than serve out my full term as governor. it is being led by mike pence and we are hearing about a trump victory tour in the offering>> we have to say thanks to the people who got him in the white house. filling the cabinet posts is about helping keep the president elect campaign promises. burns from real clear politics explains that. >> one thing to consider is first of all the trump campaign didn't necessarily expect to win. this provide more of a pressure point into the next posts.
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he ran as an outsider. he ran as a businessman. he hran as someone who will clen up things. he made lots of promises of foreign policy and tax policy and those sorts of things. using that framework is important. the big question i have is whether he is wanting to bring people in who opposed him. >> a team of rivals. >> or whether we know trump is loyal to the group surrounding hum right now. whether he has rivals will remain to be seen. >> we will hear more about his cabinet picking process. president elect donald trump holding his first meeting with japan's prime minister meeting mr. trump at trump towers. he says he has great confidence
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in the president elect who was highly critical of japan's trade practices during the campaign. >> president obama says that he is quote cautiously on tptimist about mr. trump's foreign policy. but he has a warning for his successor. >> if you are not serious about the job then you probably won't be there very long. my hope is the president elect coming in takes a similarly constructive approach where rush how is deviating from our values. >> the president is in berlin with a final meeting with german chancellor merkel. he heads for peru today. pelosi has led the democrats since 2003 and has gone mostly
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unchallenged until now. ryan writes this. what we are doing right now is not working at this time of fear and disillusionment. we owe it to listen and bring a new voice into leadership. house democrat holds their elections november 30th. >> the search for the missing son of democratic congressman coming to an end. 21-year-old carl conors was found safe overnight. the details of his disappearance are still unclear as the son of john conyers vanished from his houston apartment earlier this week. secret service and fbi tracked him down. he is being questioned by police but he is safe. >> freedom delayed for the star of making the murderer. they blocked the release hours before he was to be set free. wisconsin appealed his
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overturned conviction. he helped his uncle murder teresa how beck who was 16 years old. >> they plan to keep fighting for his freedom. >> the late bobbi kristina brown's boyfriend must pay $36 million in a unlawful death lawsuit. this comes after nick gordon was found legally responsible for wit me haas ston and bobby brown's daughter. she was found face down in a bathtub at her atlanta home. she died months later. he accuses gordon of giving brown a toxic cocktail before putting her face down in the water. >> that's horrible. >> we were talking about the first major snowstorm of the season already turning deadly. one person killed in a 20 car pileup near denver, colorado. snow is coming down in the
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dakotas in men minute. that's where a blizzard is expected. janice dean tracking the storm for us. >> i didn't realize i was wearing winter white yesterday, too. what does that mean in our forecast? o a blizzard is underway in the upper midwest and the northern plains. this is an area of the country dealing with above average temperatures really for the last several weeks. now we are into the 20's for a good portion of the west. we have the low pressure moving across the upper midwest bringing the snow, bringing the winds and the blizzard conditions. in some cases dangerous if not impossible to travel across the dakotas. we have portions of the northern plains under winter weather advisory. we will keep you up to date. what happened to the storm afterwards? let's track it. friday into saturday move across the great lakes. michigan interior northeast will
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it bring snow? there's new york city. there's the snow. it depends how much cold air it pulls into canada. we are talking a wintery mix but we could see a few snowflakes around the new york area. >> as long as it is just enough to be pretty. >> i will see what i can do. >> it is pretty and then it goes away. >> carol loon gnaw panthers my team they keep on pounding holding on thursday night football game to beat the saints 23-20. it came with the loss of one of their star players. >> defensive player of the year breaking down in tears as he is carted off the field. the star linebacker suffering maybe a possible con kucks after making that tackle. >> certainly hope he will be okay. >> quarterback cam newton debuting a brand new pair of
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cleats as he does every game the jeeb bra print low bow and there are fox tails hanging off the back. >> the time is almost 10 minutes after the hour. revved up revenge stunning video of a car plowing into a crowd and right through the front of the bar. why police say this might not have been an accident. >> there's a new threat to our democracy. fake news? >> if we can't discriminate between serious arguments and propaganda then we have problems. >> wait until you hear what he wants the government to do about it? >> it could be the first example of donald trump making america great again. the company is deciding to keep jobs right here at home. >> yesterday vice president joe
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biden invites the president elect and bide ten to have lunch together. tell the waiter it is your birthday you get a free piece of cake. i do it almost every day.
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cartels, militias, terrorist groups. they all need a place to park their cash and cherna is their dirty little piggy bank. we're going to insert into the country while nobody is looking. we're going to steal their money, sir? no, we are going to destroy it. we're going to finish this mission. anything we find is ours. do you want to trust a bunch of black water marks?
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i mean the rush, i've never felt anything like it. if we stay here we're going to die. then we die. yeah, i'm seeing the latest figures. so basically we have two production options that will impact the p and l that i think... hey guys, i gotta call you back. (phone ringing) hello?
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hi mom! oh, hi sweetie! how are you? i'm good. i was just thinking of you. how is everything? give a keurig brewer this holiday and they will think of you everyday. >> we are back with this. start spreading the news. president obama says there's a brand new threat to our democracy. >> part of what changed in politics is social media and how people are receiving information. it is ease whier to make negative attacks simplistic slogans than it is to communicate complex policies. >> is the president blaming fake news for democrats losing the election? >> president obama latching on to the idea that the so-called fake news articles had a greater
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influence on voters than the entire election cycle of mainstream media bias. >> so many people are getting information and sound bytes of snippets off their phone. if we can't discriminate between serious arguments and brop began dau, if people whether they are conservative or liberal, left or right are unwilling to compromise and engage in the democratic process, and are taking absolutist views and demonizing opponents then democracy will break down. >> he is creating an all too convenient scapegoat for an upset ballot box. >> this is about mainstream media blaming conservative media for losing the election ks losing credibility and losing readers. their definition of fake news is anything that doesn't align with their leftist agenda.
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>> as a new poufound outrage gr chris farawalt tells them the media is only them to blame. >> you have both campaigns particularly donald trump waging war against the press. hillary clinton says it's because of the coverage of my e-mails that i am in trouble. actually, it is because of the e-mails you are in trouble. >> coming up in the next half hour you will hear more from president elect trump. plus facebook ceo markzuckerber. oo send an e-mail to fox friend want to hear from you. thousands of jobs could be saying staying in the u.s. when it said one of the production lines is not moving to mexico. they will continue to make the
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lincoln in louisville, kentucky. trump said this i worked hard with bill ford to keep the lincoln plant in kentucky. i owed it to kentucky because of their confidence in hee. ford is happy mr. trump is pursuing policies to keep production in the u.s. >> apple may also be feeling the trump effect by bringing production to the u.s. the tech giant looked into the idea in june asking asian manufacturers what they thought. the move would be a giant win who previously warned they would force apple into manufacturing in america. >> we will get apple to build computers in this country instead of other countries. >> one sort says the iphone price could double if it is made in the u.s. >> an american hero insulted instead of supported on veteran's day is getting outpouring of support after this ugly exchange in chilies.
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>> did you see my military. >> are you grabbing my boot away from me? >> questioning the status of army walker even taking his meal away. after the story gained national attention support started coming in. >> i mean thousands of people have offered me dinners, food, money, and i said, you know what, i thank god for the position to feed a million soldiers. >> turning that into a positive taking the donations teaming up with a cause that aims to feed a million soldiers. >> 17 minutes after the top of the hour. inside the hero. road rage captured on # 11 calls. >> what kind of car are you in? >> a white bmw. >> what happened next on that call that will give you chills. >> as donald trump puts together
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his cabinet he could learn from past presidents about how they made those calls. that's up next.
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>> they are supposed to protect our nation's leaders but the secret service could be putting our nation at risk. they have lost thousands of sensitive items like guns, cell phones, badges and even cars. ain'ts reported 12,000 lost or stol stol stolen 12,036 cell phones 5
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badges and 6 vehicles. a oo another case of government waste. this time on security for an unused hotel in afghanistan in 2006 the u.s. approved a plan to build a five star marriott hotel in kabul as a way to boost post war construction. special inspectors surveying the abandoned project. >> lots of movement as trump fills his cabinet. taps retired mike flynn for national security advisor. we have a lot to hear. >> as mr. trump continues his quest to drain the swamp what is going on behind the scenes at trump towers.
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>> he was an advisor to trump transition team. he's here to take us behind the scenes of building a cabinet. thank you for being here with us. i had an opportunity to speak with mr. trump last night. we talked a little bit about general flynn and how things are going he says things are moving along fine. what's your take? >> they are moving along fine. just lake they focused on winning the elections they win in government getting the best and brooits attracted to serve. that dae serves a wide net to be cast. vetting the people they are looking at. they interview the people and come to the conclusion after filling the spots with a broad based group of talented resources that will be able to serve this president and fit his agenda. >> what about the meeting we are
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here about having this meeting with mitt romney? >> i think it is fantastic. it shows that politics does make strange bed fellows. abraham lincoln when he became president took his enemies when he became president because he knew they were talented and could be useful. once you are working for the president you are working for the entire nation. you are not just serving an individual. >> how does he cover these positions secretary of state, dae fence, so many of the important jobs as we move forward in the nation. how does mr. trump go about making that decision? he cares about loyalty but most importantly the best person for the job. >> absolutely the key is loyalty to policy to also the president to the country. most important also his ability. the ability to serve in the job that is requested. look, the people who gyou to th white house are not necessarily the people you want in the white
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house. everybody understands that. you can't be loyal to a fault. you have to be able to attract people who not necessarily supported you in the beginning but support you in the end. >> you look at past presidents you have been part of helping push 43 where they took a number of weeks to figure out the exact right people to fill the cabinet. is the media right to criticize? a oo he is ahead of the game, though, right? >> slow and steady is the best course. don't make rash decisions paining them on your own time table. most presidents have taken weeks to come out with a cabinet. i think mr. nixon took about six weeks and he announced them all at once. patience. everybody needs to chill and let the president elect make the best possible decisions for our country. >> one of the other things it is
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specifically important for him to put them in place to allow them to keep the campaign promises he made. big announcement about ford keeping some of those jobs and production in kentucky specifically. moran announcements to come on that front as well. >> busy man. >> good toe see you. >> demonstrations against trump could turn criminal. one lawmaker's plans to prosecute the protestors. >> surprising change of scene from john stewart. >> everybody who voted for trump is a racist. that hypocrisy is also real in our country. >> his message now going viral.
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watching the lobby for cabinet fills. general michael flynn is in his tab net for the white house. there are a lot of positions to go. >> there are a lot of conversations if the president elect and cabinet position is going to lead to the senior strategy role. he is a man who listens and he learns. >> could he be learning from one of his rivals mitt romney? the meeting now on the schedule. >> taking steps to put weapons in the hands of teachers. a car goes through a bar taking the vehicle through the within doe. was an accident or revved up revenge? "fox & friends first" continues right now.
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>> beautiful shot live for you this morning from washington, d.c. we can keep it on there all morning long. >> it is the prettiest when the sun comes up. >> i love the monday um. good morning to you. you are watching fox & friends first. >> a week of high profile meetings at this hour. >> one of the top white house jobs said to be office retired general michael flynn. >> for that and more let's turn to chief correspondent live from dc. >> good morning. if mike flynn accepts the job of white house national security advisor as multiple sources confirm he has been offered it would be the turn around for the one who was the sceneor military intelligence officer in the government. army lieutenant general he served as director of the
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defense intelligence agency from 2012 to 2016. he never received a single audience from commander-in-chief at that time. he said he was fired from dia because his assessment frof ric s isis and radical islam was different than what the president viewed. mitt romney at trump's national golf club this weekend. mr. trump is said to be evaluating governor romney for the job of secretary of state. >> mitt romney is a job creator an american success story. he knows a lot about the world. many things he talked about in his 2012 election with respect to the world stage has come true. i anticipate meeting of the minds and two equal partners in terms of those who love their country and want a peaceful
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transition into the next administration. governor romney can add to that conversation. >> many eyes remain fixed on republican senator jeff sessions the earliest supporter of donald trump and may have huz pick of any. perhaps the department of justice and the pentagon. many hope sessions will remain in the senate for his long experience. the trump legislative agenda. take heart the word is now that the president elect is considering a victory tour of just such rallies in the states that he wants. >> you think that's a great idea. >> a lot of people will show up for that. >> you know who went to trump judge jeanine. >> really? >> i don't know.
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>> herman cain says he has to go with his gut. >> some of the liberal media admitted like the new york times that they were biased and they did not present the facts. they haven't changed yet. they are going to be kicking and screaming, nit-picking every move that donald trump makes. get that back to the people question again. donald trump has demonstrated to me not just knowing him but his instincts about people iffigoin back to loyalty he will be able to tell with his instincts what somebody can be loyal to him even though they may not have been in his cheering section when he ran for president. >> also remember no matter who president elect trump picks for his cabinet they have to face congressional approval. millions of americans
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bracing for the first blizzard of the year. janice dean is in the weather center for us and she's tracking the weekend wallop. you told us this was coming yesterday. >> travel will be impossible for the next 12-24-hours in the midwest. you can see in some cases 10-20 degrees cooler than it was this time yesterday. ahead of the front very warm air. current temperatures 20's and 30's and a lot of these areas as the arctic cold front moves through. we are seeing wind gusts in excess of 30-40 miles per hour with this system. when you talk about snow and blowing snow and strong winds that's why we have the blizzard conditions and blizzard warnings in effect for parts of the dakotas. we have winter weather advisories into the central plains. as we get into this next week
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tuesday and wednesday this is the busiest travel week of the year. at this point it seems like mainly a rain event. we have to watch. depends on the temperature. that is something we have to watch heading into wednesday next week. a lot of people are wondering what travel looks like. looks like across the great lakes ohio river valley northeast we could see delays along the's coast looks good. west coast locks good with the exception to the northwest and central u.s. we will keep you posted on fox & friends. >> you are wearing white to celebrate. >> winter white. >> love it. >> incredible, a karan into a crowd of people. the driver pinning a person between the car and the
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building. they somehow still survived. the driver taking off on foot he is still on the lose. two people involved in the incident now under arrest. >> a woman fearing for her life making a desperate call to 911. >> what is your emergency? >> i don't know where i am at. a guy is banging into the back of me trying to kill me on the road. >> the arizona woman trapped inside her car helpless for a half hour as a drunk driver repeatedly ran into her. he pulled up behind her flashing his lights making obscene gestures. >> what kind of car are you in? >> a white bmw. oh may god! >> police eventually catching up with them and arresting moses for assault and drunk driving. >> unreal. >> south carolina teachers could
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soon carry weapons at school if the state law is passed. it stems from a tragic incident where a 14-year-old shot and killed a 6-year-old in an elementary school. the law would not require all teachers to have weapons. they are split over whether this would help protect their children. >> protesting the president elect could soon be a criminal offense. washington state senator doug erickson proposing a bill that would create a new crime economic terrorism. it would make it a felony for any one to take part in protests that blocked transportation damaged property or put public safety at risk. it also is for any one funding or organizing those protests. let's keep talking about this. should people be prosecuted for
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opposing president elect. use the hashtag keep talking. 30 minutes after the hour. you may want to take a look at the social media news feed. is now the time for censorship s. plus this... >> (indiscernible) mraez te please tell my husband i love him. >> a vicious attack. how this grandmother managed to survive a bear attack.
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>> welcome back. start spreading the news. president obama says there's a brand new threat to our
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democracy. >> changes politics is social media. it is easier to make negative attacks simplistic slogans than it is to communicate complex policies. >> is the president blaming fake news for democrats losing the election? >> president obama latching on to the idea that fake news articles had a greater influence on voters than mainstream media bias. >> in an age where there's so much active misinformation, and it is packaged very well and it looks the same when you see it on a facebook page or you turn on your television. everything seems to be the same
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aged and no distinctions are made we won't know what to protect. >> lashing back saying he is creating a scapegoat that is an upset at the ballot box. o >> it is a slippery slope. we have to let the people decide. this kind of governing and sort of censorship does not work and we have to trust the people. the people are intelligent. >> this isn't the first time he has spoken out against social media. again after the brexit vote. >> we asked what you think president obama calling fake news a threat to democracy new comments are pouring in on this one. >> don on facebook says i think he's concerned about fake news because the democrats won. they are trying to put the blame on their failed policies. >> old woman lol criminal violence against others are a threat. we the people can judge what is
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fake news. we don't need government to tell us. >> you can't blame people from getting news from other sources especially with the bias in the media. >> the perpetrators should be closed down starting with cnn and msnbc. >> keep letting us know what you think. we have steve doocy standing by never afraid to let us know what he thinks. i understand you are going to be talking with someone, shawn spicer communications director for the rnc. we have been speculating for days about what's going on. >> that's exactly right. one of the guys on the inside of the trump transition team will be joining us. you know, right now really there's so much speculation going on. yesterday was like is it going to be general flynn? by the end of the day it is general flynn. what is today's big news? we are going to start the day
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with sean spicer. >> see what he says about mitt romney coming in this weekend. >> abraham lincoln had his team of vooifls. is donald trump working on a team of enemies? >> if there is any one who can get stuff out of trump spicer can. >> thanks. >> looking at different sides and different opinions. we will be right back. stay with us. ♪ p is for privileges.
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>> sunshine yet to come up over new york city. but it will very soon. many areas of the country
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dealing with blizzard lake conditions. be careful out there today. >> an angry mother bear malls a woman in the driveway of her own home. the whole horrifying thing was captured on chilling captured o calls. >> i'm being tracked by a bear. he's coming back. >> hurry. i'm bleeding and i'm going to die. tell my husband i love him. >> the 63-year-old woman came between a bear hnd his cubs. the grandmother survived punching the bear and playing dead. she ended up with a broken arm and stitches. it was the first bear attack in that state in more than 80 years. very lucky, abby. >> glad she survived that. >> danger at the zoo. a federal investigation reveals barriers are to blame for dragging a toddler in cincinnati. [ screaming ] >> oh, my gosh.
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>> you remember the story. an inspection is out showing the barrier around the enclosure were not up to federal standards when a child fell into its enclosure last may. the investigation shows the zoo's response team did follow procedure when they killed the animal to save that little boy. the zoo has since redesigned the fence. >> lots of folks upset. jon stewart is slamming liberals for putting all of president-elect trump supporters in one category. sirius xm carley sim cuss -- shimkus is here. >> liberal jon stewart is calling out members of his own party. slamming the left for supposedly rejecting stereotypes and branding all of donald trump supporters as racist. >> in the liberal community, you hate this idea of creating people as a monolith.
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everybody who voted for trump is a monolith is a racist. that hypocrisy is also real in our country. >> stewart says he knows many people who voted for president-elect trump who aren't afraid of mexicans but are afraid of their insurance premiums. >> unexpected but. >> absolutely. >> this story, georgia man still in the dark. doesn't know what happened on election day. someone should tell him. >> i cannot believe this. this is the most shocking story all week. a georgia man says one week after the election he still doesn't know who won. he was sick of all the political bickering. on election night he tuned out and has yet to tune back in. this is how it happened. chandler works from home and says he's staying away from television, newspapers and social media. >> it's very peaceful in my bubble of ignorance. >> can you believe that? >> when he goes out, he does
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wear headphones and a sign that says i don't know who won and i don't want to. please don't tell me. chandler says that he's about ready to face the music. he's probably going to try to find out next week. >> what about newspapers, when you go to the gas station. >> can't go to the dmv. they have the picture of the president. >> thanksgiving is coming up. we're all going to be around our families and friends. one grandma will have a couple extra people. this is a cute story. >> an accidental thanksgiving text turns into an actual invite. a grandmother sent a group text to loved ones writing thanksgiving dinner on november 24th at 3:00 p.m. let me know if you're coming. she got her grandson's number wrong it looks like. after a confusing exchange involving self i.s of one another, she accidentally texted someone, he says you're not my
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grandma. but can he come up. >> of course you can. that's what grandmas do. >> a woman named kelby wingert said she's the mvp of grandmas. >> i think my grandma is the mvp of grandmas though. >> everybody is invited. >> happy friday. >> thanks a lot. the thanksgiving travel crunch about to get worse. why driving over the rivero owe driving over the river and through the woods may be faster. the philadelphia eagles flying in. how they saved the day for a youth football team. stay with us.
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new from david baldacci pursuing a mystery that's haunted him since youth militany investigator john puller is about to cross paths with an ex-con seeking revenge welcome to no man's land on sale now
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before you leave the house, here's what's happening. an offer on the table for a top white house job. president-elect donald trump said to have michael flynn national adviser. no word if he's accepted that job yet. mr. trump planning to meet with 2012 gop nominee mitt romney in new jersey over the weekend. travel on edge at o'hare as they plan to strike before the
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thanksgiving travel rush. it's unclear when the strike will start. millions of americans bracing for the first blizzard of the year. heavy snowfall and power fall gusts expected to hit the dakotas and minnesota later today. the national weather service says up to a foot of snow could fall in the gopher state. stay safe. time for the good, the bad and the ugly. the good. the philadelphia eagles donating new field equipment to a youth football team after theirs was stolen and they invited the kids to play the championship game at their practice facility. the bad, a beloved -- stolen from a porch. chasing him to the philadelphia home after taking off. the owners say they'll forgive whoever took him. just bring louie back. finally the ugly. brutal attack. a former taco bell executive --
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the judge sentencing the exec to 60 days in jail for battering. after that video surfaced online. >> happy anniversary to my parents. 33 years today. >> great. >> happily in love. happy anniversary. "fox and friends" starts right now. have a great weekend. > ♪ ♪ live from studio e where we're rocking in the free world, it's "fox and friends." >> the election week and week after. >> the book tour week. >> i was told to bring energy. but you guys are off the charts. >> it comes out of this thing. it's called very


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