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we the people voted to drain the swamp. the pc culture is destroying our history. >> john on facebook says i think any town that wants to change the name of traditional holiday should not celebrate them. >> yeah. >> lept us know what you have to say. "fox and friends" starts right now. bye. good monday morning to you and your family. it's thanksgiving week. november 21st, 2016. imt ainsley earhardt. we started with a terrible story. a fox news alert. police officers are under attack. four cops shot across our country in a matter of hours. two of them ambushed. we're live with the latest. >> terrible. meanwhile, donald trump back in the big apple after a marathon of meetings all weekend. the man known as mad dog mattis who could soon be in charge of the war on terror. call it the un-american
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music awards. >> i love my husband. president barack obama. >> i love bruno mars. i don't know what color he is. i can't deport him. >> music biggest stars come together to bash president-elect and the future first lady. was that really the right place and right time? who won best musical. >> i'm not really sure. ainsley, can i wrap everything up? let me review our slogan. mornings are better with friends. we do want to begin with a fox news alert. four cops have been shot in a matter of hours across the country. the attacks brutal and deliberate by gunmen who just wanted to kill officers. let's get right to clay fon morris with the latest. >> good morning, ainsley. disturbing development overnight. this started in san antonio.
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a manhunt under way at this hour for the gunman who shot and killed a 50-year-old detective benjamin marconi. he was right writing a ticket when a man drove up behind him in a black sedan, walked over to him in the window and shot him in the head in a deliberate and violent daytime ambush. >> there's times in the community when he will -- make no mistake about it, this is pure evil and execution. no justification for something as evil as this. >> san antonio police are questioning a person of interest who has not been named a suspect. police asking for help identifying the man in this picture. believing he may have some information. in st. louis, a veteran police sergeant targeted sitting in traffic. a car pulling alongside him. he managed to call for help. 911. hours later, the suspected gunman was tracked down and killed in a shootout with other
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police officers. >> this officer was a husband, he is a husband, he has three children. he was protecting our streets. he was shot twice in the face without provocation. he didn't deserve this. he was targeted because he was a police officer. this tells you how dangerous of a job it is and how much we have to appreciate our police officers. >> the st. louis sergeant is in critical condition this morning but is expected to survive. two other officers shot overnight. one in san bell, florida and the other in gladstone, missouri outside of kansas city. they were both shot during routine traffic stops. they're expected to survive as well this morning. ainsley, back to you guys. >> thank you so much, clayton. >> it's awful. the chief in san antonio where that officer was shot dead in the ambush, he compared it to what happened to the men down in dallas and also what happened in the past year in baton rouge. >> in st. louis, he was clearly
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targeted. he was in a marked car and just a cop being there. that's what this guy evidently wanted to do. meanwhi meanwhile, on a much lighter note, teen transition or the transition reality show that we're seeing take place, whether it's trump tower or his golf course, fascinating. muhammad ali made the weigh-in exciting. he put on a whole show. >> now i'm curious. >> he would sit there and mock his opponent. a poem. the weigh-in became a major event. that's what donald trump has done to the process. we get to see the men and the women walking in and out. >> now we're curious to see who is walk not guilty and out of the country club. he is on the list for possibly becoming the secretary of state. >> so is mitt romney. that guy there. he was seen earlier on saturday in the taxi line before he got out to bedminster, which is to
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orient you is about 45 minutes directly. >> the taxi line for the airport? >> mitt romney. >> he showed up in a car that was clearly not a taxi. >> he was in a white buick, i believe. >> it looks like it's down to rudy and mitt for secretary of state. according to the "wall street journal," they're not going to make the determination and announcement who will be secretary of state until after thanksgiving. but nonetheless, mr. pence, the vice president who loves to go to broadway, he said mitt romney is right at the top of the list. listen to this. >> to have someone like general mattis sit before us yesterday, someone with a legendary military career and to be able to talk to him about the challenges facing america and our national security and i can tell you that the president-elect was very grateful that governor mitt they had a good meeting. it was a warm and substantive exchange and i know he's underactive consideration to be the secretary of state of the
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united states along with other distinguished americans. >> i look at the salary. the secretary of state makes $186,600. >> great for the average person. >> a lot of money. >> mitt romney he has so much money we know of that he saved and he could afford to take this job and keep up his lifestyle. i don't know about rudy. give up his businesses in new york. >> i imagine he's done quite well too. i was fascinated to see mitt romney get out of the car and go in there. we never heard them -- so much of what mitt romney said was flat-out amazingly press yent when he talked about the foreign policy debate with barack obama when he said russia is our number one geopolitical foe. donald trump doesn't believe that. fundamentally, one of their major things, they're not going to see eye to eye. >> national security is also a big -- there have been different rumors who will fill that position. yesterday i was on the curvy
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couch talking to pete hegseth about it. i said what do you think of general mattis. he said he's an amazing guy. i hope he gets the position. >> he is an amazing guy. he replaced david petraeus as the commander of senn come known as mad dog mattis, married to the marines. he's a guy who has a colorful history. apparently never owned a television in his life. but he has had some unbelievable quotes. we're going to share a couple of them with you just to put into perspective the man who could be our next secretary of defense. >> all right. you are part of the world's most feared and trusted force. engage your brain before you engage your weapon. another one was be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet. which is interesting. everybody prepares for meetings differently. >> experienced with islamic terrorists. he told a group that if he messed with him, he would kill all of them. tough guy. >> we'll see. will he be the next defense
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secretary? stand by. in the meantime, last night the american music awards at the microsoft theater. the first big awards show since the presidential election. you know what, the stars starting right with the first -- let's see, gigi ha did who is a model, shocked many with what many referred to as a racist interpretation of melania trump. here's a little bit of what happened last night if you missed it. >> melania trump impression. i got to get the face right. >> i love my husband. president barack obama. and our children, sasha and malia. >> he's also donald trump's favorite artist. i heard him say it. he was like listen, i love bruno mars.
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i don't know what color he is so i can't deport him. i mean, everyone, everyone. he looks like mowgli from the jungle book. he does. listen, everyone. i love uptown funk. it was totally about me. it was originally called uptown trump. i'm going to funk this country up big-li. ♪ ♪ >> green day is saying no kkk, no fascist no trump. >> that was at the american music awards. >> really, let's move on. >> if you didn't vote for him, you probably thought it was funny. gigi hadid, she shocked many with the interpretation of melania trump. many thought it was flat-out
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racist. >> we should stop calling everybody racist. you tried for humor. you laughed, you didn't laugh. >> just sing, just model. do what you get paid for. do people really care what the celebrities think anymore. look at hillary clinton. she pulled out the celebrities and didn't win the election. people in middle america can't relate to the celebrities and their big salaries and big mansions and private planes. america -- that's not america. we can't relate to that. >> if it's not the american music awards, then it's hamilton. mike pence went to a political discussion and a musical broke out. >> we have a debate on that coming up. first let's go to heather and get the headlines. >> can you sing the headlines? >> ainsley, we'll sing it. good morning. hope you had a terrific weekend. we begin with extreme weather that some of you are probably feeling now. the northeast feeling its first deep freeze of the season with
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temperatures plunging into the 20s. the cold front bringing snow and wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour. knocking out power for thousands in upstate new york as we take a look at this out of rochester. forecasters expecting up to 2 feet of snow in the adirondacks by tomorrow. flurries into the city this morning. president obama returns home from his final overseas trip. while in approximate he rue, the president saying he will step aside quietly but there's a limit to his silence if president-elect trump breaches what he calls certain values or ideals. >> if i think that it's necessary or helpful for me to defend those ideals, then i'll examine it when it comes. >> well, the president meeting face to face with vladimir putin talking about ukraine. the rare conversation lasting four minutes we're told. overnight, the coast guard
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makes a daring rescue in bone-chilling water. a fishing boat sinks off the coast of massachusetts. rescue teams in boats and helicopters battling high winds and fierce waves pulling six men off that sinking ship. you can see that right there. investigators believe it began taking on water after it hit a rock. no one, fortunately, was hurt. again, the great work of our coast guard. nice job, guys. big losses all over the nfl on sunday. redskins quarterback kirk cousins lighting up the packers with 375 yards and 3 touchdowns. washington wins big. 42-24. a historically bad day for kickers. 12 extra points were missed on sunday breaking the record of 10 set back in 1966. but this is the piece of video that has us all talking this morning. watch this. ow. that guy. a sound guy working for fox getting leveled by vikings players running out of the
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tunnel and on to the field. he was okay, we're told. he finished his shift. >> going to concussion protocol. >> how much do you think that guy weighed? >> probably 290. >> 320. >> full force too. >> he did not fumble the sound equipment. that's very impressive. >> glad the guy is okay. >> ouch. >> man oh, man. >> what a story he's got now. heather, thank you. straight ahead, mitt romney and rudy giuliani couldn't be more different. why are they on president-elect donald trump's short list for secretary of state? we're going to talk about that. starbucks is all about tolerance unless you support mr. trump. the coffee giant's move to shut down the trump cup movement. >> uh-oh. ♪
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they certainly have. >> governor romney, he's on the record, he has been for years recognizing that the russians have a national agenda, that is in many ways contrary to the united states. what the united states is trying to do in the middle east and eastern europe. it's a threat to nato, et cetera. mitt romney is sort of the -- he's the consummate diplomat, too. many people in the senate like him from both sides of the aisle. so he sort of has a softer touch. he's more nuanced and careful with his words. so president-elect trump might decide that mitt romney might be the way to go, especially if he's got some -- >> he likes his look. the problem is donald trump disagrees as of now with his view on russia, even though it looks like mitt romney is closer to the truth. the problem is that these two couldn't have been ruder to each other about the foundation of each other's character. >> that's true. that makes it interesting as well. i mean, i think that if he went
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with governor romney, he's going to show everybody else he doesn't have the thin skin that a lot of the media and the left try to paint him as petty and sort of having this vendetta against political enemies. if he went with mitt romney, he's going with somebody who is the best for the country. >> he's got to represent donald trump's policies and he says he doesn't agree with them. rudy giuliani has an aggressive world view but similar to donald trump. >> much more similar, that's right. >> they both hate the iran deal. and they both -- one was against the iraq war and one was for the iraq for. rudy is still for it. >> rudy giuliani, he has said his foreign policy priority is going to be fighting isis. he's critical of the iran deal and governor romney is as well. he's going to be a tougher nut to crack getting through the senate because of his foreign ties. that's going to be a harder process. >> that might be interesting. you can't forget about governor nikki haley in contention.
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rebecca hine ricks, thanks so much. fighting around the holidays, it's already a nightmare and about to get worse starting today. donald trump demanding an apology from the entire cast of hamilton. >> we, sir, are the diverse america, who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. >> should the kasa apologize? we'll debate it and sing about it. for the holidays. before his mom earned 1% cash back everywhere, every time. [ dinosaur growls ] and his dad earned 2% back at grocery stores and wholesale clubs.
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tensions reach a boiling point as hundreds clash over dakota access pipeline overnight. protesters setting fires, as you can see there, attempting to push past police barricades, forcing them to use water cannons and rubber bullets. demonstrators fear a leak in the pipeline could contaminate the area's water supply. in a couple of hours we will find out when chicago o'hare airport workers will walk off the job. their strike for higher wages is to happen this week causing mass chaos at one of the busiest airports in america during the busiest travel week of the entire year. great. ainsley? >> thanks, steve. president-elect donald trump doubling down on his demand for the cast of hamilton, the broadway play, to apologize after mike pence went out for a night on the town but was greeted with boos and a lecture by one of the stars of the show.
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>> we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. we truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. >> so president-elect donald trump tweets out this. the cast and producers of hamilton which i hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. so should they step up and say i'm sorry. here to debate this is author of the book street god, along with the author of con job, crystal wright. thanks both for joining us. >> it's a pleasure to be on. hi crystal. >> crystal, what did you think of it? and should the cast apologize. >> absolutely, should apologize. people don't pay $800 a ticket
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to see hamilton to watch actors pretend they're politicians. donald trump was ride. it was rude to the vice president-elect. he was harassed at a curtain call and he had his daughter there and cousins were there. they need to apologize. we all know that, if this was barack obama and the same thing had happened, the all liberal hell would break loose and say the guy needed to be fired. it's outrageous. this actor basically called president-elect pence -- vice president-elect pence and president-elect donald trump bigots. it's just outrageous and unprecedented at a curtain call. >> i want your opinion. i know you said during the commercial break. it's not inappropriate. what about the fact that it was embarrassing. he's supporting them. he's buying a ticket to pay for them. where is the respect? >> i think the boo'ing is wrong. but i think what they said had
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great substance. i've been on the frontline. i don't know where crystal is at. i've been on the frontline down at trump plaza praying with people, trying to help people through this crisis. people are really concerned. i'm a conservative. but i feel like this is my city. it's new york city. people speak up. this is not new. this has gone on for years. it's happened to winston churchill and other presidents that have gone to different plays. i've been at plays myself. hamilton is a political play. i don't think what they said was disrespectful. i think the crowd was boo'ing and they even tried to silence the crowd. people are concerned. >> you know where i'm at. i find your comment to be incendiary. i'm a black american woman who voted for donald trump. hope and change didn't do anything but change the country in the wrong direction. it is unprecedented for actors after a play to give the
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audience a political, racist lecture. you know what the actors need to do, they need to act like actors. they need to shut up, perform the play, take the curtain call, the bow, thank the audience for coming and walk off the stage. there's other forums for them to express political activism. as it was said earlier, it was rude to the vice president, the next vice president of this country. it was absolutely the wrong forum, period. >> i read a little bit up on you. i saw how you were excited about sessions -- >> you read up on me? right, sessions. >> can i talk, please? >> no, don't say that -- >> okay. >> senator sessions actually has advocated for civil rights. civil rights for blacks to have jobs so illegal immigrants don't have jobs. when he was a.g. in alabama made
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sure he prosecuted a klansman. >> he also said the klan was right and the -- is the un-american group. if you're going to say that the naacp which allows you to vote. >> they've done nothing for me. >> moved you forward, then hey, let's keep it real. >> that happened years ago. sessions has apologized for it and he prosecuted folks involved with the kkk. hillary clinton said her mentor in california says a gentleman who was a recruiter for -- it's on both side, that was a long time ago. both apologized and moved on and hopefully our country can as well. >> i hope so. i don't see anybody black on the cabinet yet. >> it's the beginning. give him some time. >> that's what i'm telling you. i pray for a better nation. i pray for a better country. >> we all do. >> i pray that trump shows
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pirate. that was miss ohio was there. don't ask me how i knew. then this is ainsley. little girl. there's another ainsley on television. >> her name is ainsley? hi little one. >> most kids hug their moms when they see me. my last stop it december 9th in jacksonville. at the ritz theater. >> my book signing on saturday this weekend at brooks and greetings. that was. that was an ainsley who parents came. another one named ainsley. i was touched. >> there's the little ainsley. the folks there in new jersey in their neck of the woods, steve, are so nice. i'm going home for thanksgiving. i have a signing at little lands and ivy a children's store. on saturday, i've got barnes and noble at 1:00 p.m. on forest drive in my hometown. on december 10th, in the
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nashville area, brentwood, tennessee. the barnes and noble. i'll be there at 12:00 p.m. >> we know you like to watch television, you're doing it now. if you like to raeld, a couple of great books. >> our producers are awesome for letting us talk about that. my fear is no one is going to show up. please come out. let's go to heather with headlines. >> so excited for you. we talked about it before you had your babe any columbia, south carolina. >> that's right. little lands and ivy. cutest little store. good morning to all of you. hope you had a terrific weekend. let's start out with difficult news to bring you. a frantic search for an abducted woman comes to a gruesome end. 69-year-old sandra harris, her body was found on the side of a road days after a woman snatched her from her home in washington state. her suspected kidnapper was arrested on sunday after negotiating a ransom with police. investigators say that the women did know one another but are not
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related. we'll bring you more on the story. a fox news alert breaking overseas. 28 people are dead. another 45 injured after a homicide bomber attacked a mosque in afghanistan's capital. children were among the victims. this happened in kabul. the bomber walked into a packed building during prayer services there. so far no one has claimed responsibility. this comes a week after a -- week after a blast at a nearby army base killed four americans. a brewing controversy at starbucks speaking out. reminding employees they do not have to call out names or write the names on cups after this exchange prompted a protest in support of the president-elect. >> write my name on a drink just because i want trump. i spoke to corporate office. corporate office said i could have any drink i want with any name i want. you're refusing to do that, is that correct? >> is that correct, brian?
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>> yeah. >> you can call the cops. >> there you go. >> mr. trump supporters are asking baristas to write his name on the coffee cup. they're unhappy customers. starbucks says writing names on cups is a fun ritual and not a requirement at their stores. what do you think about this debate? they get the names wrong half the time anyway. we were hanesly once. heather and ainsley. >> as long as they get the coffee right. >> that's the key. >> thank you for coffee today. >> heather bought coffee. >> delicious. >> from starbucks. >> see what the name is on this one. >> janice is outside. we need to get you coffee. clearly cold. >> oh, my gosh. it's cold outside. 37 here in new york city. some of the coldest air of season has arrived. let's take a look at this. we saw our first snow of the cena cross portions of the great lakes and the northeast. wind gusts in excess of 50 miles per hour along the coast with this low pressure center across new england. going to go kind of linger and
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bring the potential for 6 to 12 inches of snow across the eastern great lakes and new england. i know there's a couple of complaints like i had to clean off my car this morning. give yourself extra time. you might have to clean off your car. you know who you are. 20s and 30s and it's cold as far south as florida. we do have a storm system we'll be watching tuesday and wednesday that could bring travel delays across the midsecti midsection. we could see snow and rain. that's going to be the big area of concern as we head into the biggest travel week of the year. back inside. >> janice, thank you very much. >> janice, if you're not dressing appropriately, i don't know who is. >> time for "fox and friends" trends. >> one of music biggest nights of the year takes a political
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turn. >> melania trump impression. >> i love my husband. president barack obama. >> well, this morning that impersonation facing a viral social media backlash. here with a look at what's trending, fox news headlines reporter carley shimkus. >> i was looking online. a lot of people online, social media say that was flat-out racist. >> that was model gigi hadid. a lot of people exactly right echoing that sentiment. it's unfair. what if that was michelle obama. would she have done the same thing. one person tweeting that she will will be the future first lady of the usa. that was the highest form of disrespect possible. >> i don't see any racism in it. >> i don't know if it was her idea to do it. it's the first time she's done this. i think she sounded nervous. >> she's a super model. they usually just --
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>> the catwalk. >> they walk the catwalk and keep their mouths closed and look beautiful. >> they look stunning all the time. >> you heard that debate about hamilton. what are people on social media saying? >> #boycott hamilton is one of the top trending topics this weekend. randy on twitter wrote dear mr. pence, thank you for coming. please sit there so we can lecture you. we won't give you a chance to respond. now we can't even go to a lame broadway play without being lectured. it's time to boycott hamilton. tony on twitter wrote cast of hamilton only tolerates a world where everyone looks different and everyone thinks the same. >> tushs out this actor is an activist in the past. he's quoted as saving america was never great. he protested the pipeline, against the clintons and against, obviously -- he wants to burn down wall street. the other thing is, it spreads. it's now in chicago. the play in chicago, a trump supporter stood up and shouted.
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see what he started. >> people are not going to see the play. >> some people are not. some people are boycotting. >> it's the most popular play in the history of man. >> i think it will hurt some ticket sales. >> donald trump is saying plea apologize now. he's kind of -- >> speaking of ticket sales, you got to wonder if the next time you want to buy a kanye west ticket whether or not he's going to actually show up for the full show. >> people are very upset with him. here's what happened. on saturday he showed up to the show an hour late, then went on this long rant about beyonce. >> take a listen. >> lie to you. facebook lied to you. [ bleep ] obama couldn't make america great because he couldn't be -- sometimes we be playing the politician too
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much -- >> that was pretty much the whole show. he performed two shows and dropped the mike and left. now, the concert-goers are getting a refund on saturday. he then canceled his sunday show. >> he also says he would have voted trump and everyone starting boo'ing. >> that was a bombshell the previous show. >> he would have -- he didn't vote. >> no he didn't>> had he, he wo donald trump. >> it's going to hurt his run for presidency. >> yeah. kanye 2020. >> kim kardashian in the white house. >> thank you very much. sirius 115. meanwhile, straight ahead, is the democrats love affair with nancy pelosi over? she doesn't think so. >> without asking anybody for a vote, i have over 2/3 of the caucus supporting me. >> one man who would like her job says it's time for a change. congressman tim ryan is going to join us next. he was deployed to iraq and
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nancy pelosi thinks her grip on house democrats is as strong as ever. watch this. >> without asking anybody for a vote, i have over 2/3 of the caucus supporting me. it's a funny thing in the caucus or anyplace. when somebody challenges you, your supporters turn out. both internally in the caucus and in the country. >> but democratic congressman tim ryan of ohio, that guy right there, believes it's time for a change and is challenging pelosi for house minority leader. he joins us now from the
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rotunda. good morning, sir. >> good morning. >> there she is saying she's got 2/3 of the house democrats on board. you spent the weekend calling folks up on the phone. what were they saying to you? >> well, i think there's an appetite for change within our caucus. i think people are saying, look, maybe if there is a third of the voters in our caucus, irts probably the third in the closest election in our entire caucus. i think that says something. but the question really is, how bad does it have to get? we lost 68 seats since 2010. we have the lowest majority or the lowest number in our caucus since 1929, steve. how bad does it have to get before we recognize we have a change? there's a lot of working class people that are in congressional districts like mine that are black, white, brown, gay, straight that want economic opportunity and they don't see the democratic party as the party getting it to them. >> tim, if you were made
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minority leader, what kind of changes will you bring that she doesn't have on the table right now? >> i think emphasis, we talk about minimum wage, but people don't want a minimum wage. i am for an increase in the minimum wage. people want a middle class job and have a solid pension, be able to go on vacation and then also have the work life balance to where they're not working 80 hours a week to make ends meet. i think within our caucus, we're not tapping into the talent that we have in our caucus. people feel bottlenecked like they don't have an opportunity. we need to raise the profile of the young democrats and give them a platform to be rock stars in our party. >> you're talking about bread and butter issues, things to put money into people's pockets. the big question, though, tim, is this. are you willing to negotiate with the republicans? you look at nancy pelosi and harry reid over the last number of years. they seem sto have been obstructionist. nothing got done in the u.s.
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senate. >> it depends on what the issue is. i've said this before. if donald trump is going to defund planned parenthood, privatize medicare, simply cut taxes for the top 1% and throw people off their health care, he's going to be in a street fight with the kid from the youngstown area. >> what about ininfrastructure, what about a jobs -- >> if we're going to get people back to work, we're going to sit down and talk to him. what i've been reading is it may be gimmicky, i haven't seen the details. i don't want to comment too much. if we're going to get working class people back to work, building things, moving and making america the advanced manufacturing capital of the world where we're exporting things and people are making things and we can drive those jobs bo coal country and places like youngstown, ohio, we're going to talk and make that happen. that's the direction we can go in. if he doesn't, if he goes down another direction, he's going to
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have a fight on his hands. >> ultimately, that's negotiation, isn't it? >> sure. yeah. i mean, that's the process. >> that's the process. >> i'm laying out for my colleagues the fact that we don't have to give away our values or our principles. i'm willing to take trump on. i spent my life coming up through a pretty rough area politically. i know how to do that. but we also need a positive vision for where we're going. it's about the middle class jobs, it's about the people in youngstown who have had a rough time making ends meet because of the national, i think what's happened nationally. >> the big election in the democratic caucus is november 30th. tim ryan of ohio, good luck to you, sir. thank you very much. >> nancy pelosi, if you'd like to make your case, we've got three hours a day. he was deployed to iraq and afghanistan.
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about to get the surprise of his life. pete hegseth is live in his hometown about to get the surprise of his life. pete? 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 test test test test test. test test test test test. test test test test.
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to give away home. i'm in forest lake. we're going to reveal it life. marco tell me about your service in the army. >> i joined the army in april of 2001, right before september 11th. i was going to do my four years and get my college money and get out, but 9/11 happened when i was in airborne school and the ranger recruiter came around and said who wants to go to war and i decided as an 18-year-old young man that sounded like something i would like to do. >> you did more than that. how many tours? >> i spent about 50 months. >> 12 separate deployments. on the ground, combat operations. samantha, he's home. you are a spouse. what's it like to be a caretaker of a veteran? >> it's difficult at times, but it's a learning experience. he's the reason why i'm actually going to get my r.n. and i'm
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i'm ainsley earhardt. we start with this. it's a fox news alert, police officers are under attack in our country. four cops shot across the country in a matter of hours. two of them ambushed. the breaking details just in. >> terrible. meanwhile, the president-elect building his entourage with the help of a hollywood heavy weight. why was he meeting with entertainment agent ari emanuel who was portrayed as ari gold. >> i get it, entourage. >> the brotherome of president obama's closest confidants. the details coming up. call it the un-american music awards. >> i love my husband, president barack obama, and our children, sasha and malia. >> that's spot-on! >> the entertainment elite at it
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again but at this point was it too far? well -- will donald trump tweet about it during our show? keep this in mind. your mornings are better with friends. ♪ we start the 7:00 eastern hour with a fox news alert. police under attack. four officers shot in three different states in a matter of hours. attack brutal and desperate, carried out by gunmen who wanted simply perhaps to kill cops. >> heather now with details. >> we're praying for some of them. at least one in the hospital. there is a massive manhunt now under way in san antonio, texas, at this hour for the gunman who shot and killed a 50-year-old police officer benjamin marconi. a man walk over to his sedan and
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shot him twice in the head. they are questioning a person of interest and they are asking for help identifying this man. take a close look. police believe he may know something. and then st. louis. a veteran police sergeant targeted by a gunman who also pulled alongside his cruiser, shooting him twice in the face. >> targeted because he was a police officer. this tells you how dangerous of a job it is and tells you how much we have to appreciate our police officers. >> well, the suspect -- suspected gunman was tracked down and killed in a shootout with police officers later. the st. louis sergeant is in critical condition but is expected to survive. and two other officers also shot overnight during traffic stops. in sanibel, florida, and gladstone, missouri. both are expected to be okay. such a tragedy. we'll keep you posted on these developments. now, some extreme weather. we're starting to feel it here
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in the northeast. the first deep freeze of the season. look at this from upstate new york. temperatures plunging into the 20s and some snow there. cold front bringing that snow and wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour. knocking out power for thousands in upstate new york as these pictures coming in from rochester. forecasters expecting up to two feet of snow in the adirondacks overnight. while he was in peru, the president says he will step aside quietly. but admits there's a limit to his silence if president-elect trump breaches what mr. obama calls values or ideals. >> if i think it's helpful or necessary for me to defend those ideals, then i'll examine it when it comes. >> the president also meeting face-to-face with russian
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president vladimir putin. they talked about the ukraine. the rare conversation lasting about four minutes. we don't know what was said. new overnight tensions reach a boiling point as protesters clash over the dakota pipeline. demonstrators fear a leak in the pipeline could contaminate the water supply in the area. the police forced to use rubber bullets and pepper spray in what's called on gog riots. these protesters are concerned about the environment and then they set a fire. makes sense. president-elect trump's transition team is in new york this morning. >> mr. trump packing his schedule with job interviews as we learn that he could call on former rivals to serve. >> kristin fisher with more.
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>> it was almost like speed dating. mr. trump met with more than 20 people he's considering possibly for his cabinet or senior adviser rules or other adviser roles. some are friends like chris christie and rudy giuliani. others were some of his biggest critics during the campaign. today the president-elect is meeting with someone who call him a cancer on conservativism, rick perry, former governor of texas. and mitt romney and now he's being considered for secretary of state. another name that emerged this weekend as a top contender for trump's cabinet is retired marine corps general james mattis. he was very impressive yesterday. after two days of nonstop meetings at his private golf club in new jersey, here's how
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he summed it up. >> a tremendous date. tremendous talent and incredible people. i think we're going to have incredible people working for the country to make america great again. >> as for when he would announce his next adviser or cabinet pick, maybe today. on friday, it was announced that they would be announcing they have three different buckets of transition teams. these landing teams. they were going to announce the first one on friday, which they did. they said they would announce the next one today. >> the economy. >> for the economy. and then another one on wednesday, so today maybe in the next hour, because that's when it came down last friday. >> yeah. i mean there's a lot of people that went there. they aren't big names. john gray, wilbur ross, governor chris christie and robert johnson who founded the bet network. he said i don't belong to a political party but i definitely
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want to hear what donald trump has to say. >> you have to have diversity. that's what the left is begging him to do. >> they should. here's general james mattis, some people have talk about governor perry going to meet and secretary of defense position could be offered to him. he's a no-nonsense marine. he talks to everyday marines. he says this, these are some of his quotes that stand out. you are part of the world's most feared and trusted force. engage your brain before you engage your weapon. >> he said be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet. >> he's a tough guy. >> he left probably his career a little early. the administration -- >> 2013. >> they didn't trust him because he was too eager for military confrontation with iran. he would need a waiver from congress because you have to have been out of the service for 7 years. he's been out for three years, although some on capitol hill
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say if he wants that job, a waiver, not going to be a problem. >> general jack keen said on our radio show that he was offered the job. our only general jack and he turned it down for personal reasons. >> well, mattis in this article i was reading about him, he's very experienced with islamic terrorists and insurgents. he once told a group of iraqi officers if they messed with him, he would kill them all. last night, at the microsoft theater out in hollywood, it was the american music awards. as it turns out not very -- well, some have suggested that it was anti-trump show. we'll play a littlemon -- montage of the performers. the first one you are going to see is by gigi hadid. the internet lighted up because
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they said she absolutely savaged melania trump with a racist interpretation. was it? you be the judge. >> this is my melania trump impression. i got to get the face right. i love my husband, president barack obama, and our children, sasha and malia. >> he's also donald trump favorite artist. i heard him say it. he was like listen, i love bruno march -- mars. i don't know what color he is so i can't deport him. everyone, everyone, look, he looks like mogli from the jungle book. he does. i love uptown funk. it's originally about me. it was originally called up town
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trump. no trump, no kkk, no fastist usa. >> oh, boy. >> they all get so political. just sing your songs. just walk the runway. really. >> shut up and sing. >> who care about these celebrities and what they think. the average american cannot relate to them. >> but i would say that -- i didn't think it was racist. i just thought she made an impression of melania trump. she sounded like her. they are super models. everybody has got to back off with that accusation. >> there are a lot of people who feel it was racist. i'm looking at facebook and everything. she said if there was an award for the worst amas in history, this show would take it take hands down. disgraceful display. >> bridget on twitter, she wrote, boring, unoriginal, and all the creativity of a junior
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high mean girl. >> this has been a great election to help me decide which celebrities and musicians to stop watching or listening to. bye bye green day. it's been a while since they have had a hit. >> you factor that in with bruce springsteen with a tweet. and hamilton, this guy breaks from character and read from a script to excoriate mike pence. and then chicago, trump won, you are a sore loser. when you say kaepernick taking a knee, what's the big deal? then you have high schooler do that. >> what if hillary clinton had won though? what if right wingers have gotten on stage and made fun of her, it would have been all over the mainstream media.
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people would have stopped watching those celebrities. when it's the flipside, it's fine. >> alexander hamilton was an immigration hawk. for him to make a statement after that, a little ironic. what do you think? let us know. it's 7:12 here in new york city. the mainstream media going after trump's picks, calling jeff sessions a racist. our next guest joins us next. that's next. snoous my doctor said the risk is greater now that i'm over 50! yeah...ya-ha... just one dose of the prevnar 13® vaccine can help protect you from pneumococcal pneumonia- an illness that can cause coughing, chest pain, difficulty breathing,
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him and work with him? william smith is the first african-american chief of counsel on a committee that sessions hired him. let's start with those allegations that they made that he has said some racist things that cost him a judgeship back in the 1980s. what do you say about that? >> i say that the people who are making these allegations don't know jeff sessions. they don't have a history with jeff sessions. if you look at these allegations from 1986, they come from a witness who has been digs credited. if it didn't happen. if you look at 1996, 2016, no allegations against jeff sessions. these people are just bringing up false rumors, just because they don't the policies jeff sessions is going to bring. >> well, that's the way politics is these days. you know, the people on the other team want to blow up the
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incoming president's cabinet one by one when they can. apparently, when he was a u.s. attorney, jeff sessions desegregated the schools in alabama and he got the death penalty for the head of the kkk in that state, right? >> that's exactly right. so when it comes down to the issues, if you look at jeff session's history, he did prosecute the head of the kkk. made sure that he received the death penalty. he desegregated the schools in alabama and i think you might have a picture about john lewis and jeff sessions walking hand in hands across the raymond pettis bridge. that's a high profile jeff sessions doing what people expect him to do. the low profi, i know him as the person who hired me as the first african-american to serve on the
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committee. senator sessions reached out to senator schumer and clinton and said hey can you come and visit these kids? never got any response from them. he called me up and said, hey, i would like for somebody to come up and visit these kids to try to inspire them. he called me. he said do you think if you can get jeff sessions up here. i talked to senator sessions about it. we went up and intent a lot of time with these kids. we didn't send out any press releases. not a high profile case. this is something he did. never got any publicity on it. he's an outstanding guy. >> during your time with him, did he ever say anything that offended me personally? >> never. well, one time he told me he was going to vote for eric holder. >> sir, thank you for joining us live today. >> thank you for having me.
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we have some quick headlines to tell you about. trump tower will trump the white house for the future first lady and her son at least for now. >> mrs. trump and barron, when will they move to the house? >> very soon right after he's finished with school. >> president-elect trump confirming, they will stay at the trump tower until the summer. >> bloomington, indiana renaming two holidays to be more culturally sensitive, columbus day fall holiday and good friday, easter holiday. the killer who shot at a cop execution style while writing a ticket, this as another officer
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clinics to life in st. louis. here to react is former nypd detective bo deeddle. these aren't incidents. these are intended shootings. >> first of all, my deepest sympathy goes out to these officers and families. this is a plague across our country. this is 129 killed this year already. that's police officers killed across the country. when i'm calling out to our new president-elect, it should be a federal crime when you kill a police officer and you should be open for the death penalty. >> can you get law and order by a statement and stance from the white house? can that trickle down to the cities where this is taking place? >> well, we've got a new guy coming into washington. donald j. trump, our new president, and i will guarantee you i've been involved with donald from the beginning, and one of the things about police officers, donald is one of the greatest supporters of the police and you are not going to
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see none of this nonsense going on which has been the last eight years across the country. when you have a president in the white house that says nothing but will say something when there's a questionable shooting of a black man, all of a sudden he goes and opens his big mouth. why isn't he say anything about these poor police officers? when those five officers were killed in dallas and others in louisiana. now we have to step up. it could be a federal crime and he should make it a federal crime and he can if you kill a police officer, you should be put up for execution. >> let's switch gears now and talk about another law enforcement issue. it looks like one of the priorities of this administration is going to be to rid this country of sanctuary cities. to make the cities do it, they will cut federal funding. what will that do? you think that is necessary. >> in new york city, i'm a candidate, i'm running as the democratic nominee for mayor of new york city. >> wow. >> this is going to come into play. my feelings are if you commit a
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crime, you are illegally in this country, bye-bye, you get them out of the united states of america. nobody should be able to commit a crime who is illegal in this country and stay. that's one thing. number two is as far as deportation, i really believe we have to identify who is here. what is the problem with knowing who is in our city? whether they are illegal or legal? i want to know where who they are. i'm not sitting here i want to deport 11 million people. i'm saying we must identify the people who are here. >> you are not saying kick everybody out. here's mayor de blasio. a man you want to replace. >> this is a very substantial undertaking. it will take substantial resources, and we will begin the conversation with the federal government shortly on reimbursement for the nypd. we think it's a very valued situation to turn to the federal government for the maximum
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possible reimbursement for those costs. >> that sound bite was about the amount of money that it's costing to protect donald trump. >> you and i have a thought on that. i believe the federal government should pick up the tab to protect donald trump in new york city. this is the president of these united states and we must protect him and his family and the costs should be pick up by the federal government and shouldn't be pushed upon the new york city police department. i do agree with one thing. that's the only thing i agree with de blasio on. >> and donald trump to his credit did have a 45-minute meeting with him. >> i would have liked to have been a little birdy on the wall on that meeting. i know donald trump. he doesn't take nothing from nobody. that's president-elect donald trump. >> it's chaotic in mid town between the tree and donald trump on fiskt avenue, it's tough to get around here. >> i still can't believe it.
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i'm a democrat. i'm a democrat for donald trump. >> thanks bo ditl it's good to see you. what's really happening behind closed doors? we are talking with a man who was there next. and earlier, you met an american hero about to get a brand-new mortgage-free house. pete hegseth is about to get a tour as well. hey, pete. >> that's exactly right. we've got the five tons ready to go. we're going to reveal this house in forest lake, minnesota. my mom is over here. the whole town is coming out to see this and we're going to give away this home right here that you are about to see. you are going to stick around because you will see that very moment that that staff sergeant walks into this door into his home because of gratitude of americans. so stick around. we can't show it all to you now, but you'll see it soon. be right back. freedom.
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know better sleep with sleep number. >> it's your shot of the morning. the fox sound guy gets leveled. the minnesota vikings ran him over as they ran the tunnel. bernie was trying to cross the end zone when he got trucked. >> totally trucked. >> bernie okay. finished his shift. don't know if the microphone still works. >> did anyone help him up? >> nope. he's still there. he's still there. the vikings won after a losing streak. i wouldn't doubt if they hit a sound guy every time after that
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for good luck. >> he had to take an exedrine. >> the guy was 260 pounds and the other guy was 220 pounds. >> he got truck. >> certainly did. broadside. good morning to all of you. i've got a couple news headlines i want to bring you. starting with a big announcement coming from the vatican and it involves abortion. pope francis now permanently allowing priests, local priests, to forgive women who have had abortions. this extends the order the pope gave during the holy year of mercy which ended this half sunday. the pontiff writing a letter to briefs saying i wish to restate as firmly as i can that abortion is a grave sin but added there is no sin that god's mercy cannot reach and wipe away. the southwest border under
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siege as illegal immigrants coming in at an unprecedented rate. officials have opened a facility in texas that would help them process illegals. border patrol has stopped 53% -- 23% more illegals this year than in 2015. people have died going to extreme lengths for a selfie. there's an app that analyzes the area and warnings people if they are in death zones. 127 people worldwide have died trying to snap a selfie. they claim the app has a 76% success race. jimmy johnson wins his 7th
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nascar race. take a look. >> jimmy, you are the champion. >> johnson holding off defending champion kyle busch with a come from behind wind. he only started leading with three laps to go. he ties dale earnhart sr. >> we've got to go to a nascar race together. all four of us. janice do. we got to do the start your engine. >> great idea. >> ainsley anything else? >> i love that. we've got some extreme weather to tell you about. the northeast is feeling its first deep freeze this season. temperatures plunging into the 20s. >> the cold front brought snow and wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour. >> advanced senior meteorologist
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janice dean joins us. >> thank you for including me on the nascar too. i would love it. a lot of folks think if i go to florida i can escape this cold weather. now, no, it's cold in florida. we've got the coldest air of the season across the upper midwest, the great lakes, and northeast. that was the set up for the storm system that it continues to crank up along the great lakes and the new england area where we could see up wards of 6 to 12 inches of snow and wind gusts with blowing snow of 40 miles per hour. the next system behind it is the one we're going to be watching on tuesday and wednesday as we could have some big travel delays across the central u.s. that's your weather. back to steve, ainsley, and brian. >> meanwhile, an american hero has given so much, now giving something in return. u.s. bank and freedom alliance are about to present the keys to a mortgage-free home to a very deserving vet in pete hegseth's
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hometown. >> we sent pete there. >> i join the army right before september 11th. i was going to do my four years and get my college money and get out. 9/11 happened when i was in air worn school and the ranger recruiter came out and said who wants to go to war. i decided as an 18-year-old young man that was something i would like to do. i spent about 50 months in iraq and afghanistan. >> before the sergeant gets the keys to the new house, pete gives us a sneak preview of the house. pete? >> that's right. we're outside. you can see the beautiful setting here. the minnesota national guard is here, and the vet that you just talk about is about to enter this very home, but things like this don't happen by accident, so we're going to talk briefly to the folks that made this opportunity possible. so they are inside this beautiful place that this vet is about to receive. i'm excited to see mike ott and
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tom fillgowun. >> we're happy to be with you and fox. we're committed to our community, where we work and live. we think it's really important to contribute that way and part of our contribution comes in the form of our commitment to our veterans, proud to serve is the component with u.s. bank where we communicate and commit to our veterans, both our employees, where we have more than 2,000 employees in our ranks today and more importantly to the community. for example, today, it's all about marco, samantha and their family and the position we've taken in working with freedom alliance and helping contribute and donate this wonderful home. >> you were also a colonel in the air force reserve. you served our country. >> yes, i was. >> tom, tell us how you found marco and this home. >> pete, we work with veterans all across the country. we helped wounded troops and military families in a variety of ways. we give over a million dollars a
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year to college kids who is parents were killed or are disabled. this is a great home. >> he hasn't seen this. they have no idea what this is going to look like. what did you do to upgrade this? >> they are going to be so surprised. we've got new appliances here in the kitchen, paint and carpet throughout. landscaping in the front and backyard. this is a beautiful home and pete i'll tell you why this is important, you know it as well as anybody. when you are deployed, you rest in the dirt. [ poor audio ] >> in contrast, the home provides stability, comfort for marco and his family. >> raised in minnesota, patriotic guy in a home toub that loves our military. the perfect spot. how does it make you feel -- [ poor audio ] >> this commitment is part of the fabric that we do in doing the right thing.
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the expression around our commitment to veterans is really important. >> thank you for what you have done at u.s. bank and freedom alliance. this is a very cool moment when we move those five ton trucks and that staff sergeant sees his new home with his wife and three beautiful kiddos. >> pete is there a marching band? >>. [ poor audio ] the fire department, the american legion, they are out there. >> what a scene. i'm reading that u.s. bank who has built this house of freedom alliance, they employ more than 2,000 veterans. thank you so much for doing that. >> wonderful. >> still ahead, another toy that could be on your child's wish list. it explodes into flames. you might not want to buy that. it's not the hover board. >> who are testing the toys? could you find out? and president-elect donald trump works through the weekend
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major toy safety concerns, toys r us pulling its tonka ride on dump truck after it mysteriously burst into flames. the company not issuing a full recall yet. saying it was an isolated incident. you hope. and tech giant apple recalling
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its phone, replacing batteries on iphone 6s free of charge. it only affects a small group of customers, the company says. good news if you are hitting the road for thanksgiving. gas prices are dropping. the national average $2.14. they are practically giving it all away. in some areas, it is less than $2. whatever you have on it. today, donald trump back in new york city, his schedule packed with more potential cabinet picks. >> this after a marathon weekend of meetings, job interviews, including a sitdown with our next guest last night. so what's really going on behind the scenes, here with his inside look is former oklahoma house speaker mr. t.w. shannon. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> how did it go? what happened? >> it's an amazing experience. the president-elect was meeting with 15 or 20 people over the week. i got to be one of those to talk
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about my thoughts and my world view on america and how we make america great again. >> explain what happens. he comes through the front door. he opens the door, you go in. where do you go? >> we went to a conference room at this beautiful facility. it was reince priebus and steve bannon, both are friends of mine, who i know well. we sat down and heard the president's vision for america. i got to talk about my issues, how to break generational poverty, how to allow kids who are in failing kids have more choice where they want to go. redefine compassion. what we talked about was how we redefine compassion with the number of people we get off of welfare. encourage people work like we did when i was speaker in the house of oklahoma, to require 20
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hours a week. >> republican from oklahoma. you have a wife and two kids. >> i do. >> a lot of people are saying donald trump needs to choose some african-american individuals, people of diversity, that have diverse backgrounds, people are accusing him on the left of being racist. what are your comments after meeting him? this is your second time meeting him. what do you think about donald trump? >> raise your hand if conservative and you haven't been called a racist. it's what the left has done forever. when i left that meeting, more than anything, i was humbled to be there, when you look at the talent he was amassing, but what struck me the most, when i left, i was optimistic about the future of america. once again, we can dream big. it's okay to dream big about not settling for second place and i was really optimistic about the future of two my children. if they are going to grow up in an american that's not expected to be second place. that's not the america my parents knew. that's not the america my grandparents knew and i don't want my kids -- i want them to know that america can be first. not only can we compete, we can
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start to win again. president-elect trump is amassing a great group to make that happen. >> he did tell us one thing before he got started, all those people you saw go in and out of the clubhouse yesterday. what was going on at the clubhouse yesterday? >> well, in addition to having these high-level -- i looked around at one moment, bob johnson the founder and ceo of black entertainment television was there. you had chris christie was there, and also in the room with me, we had mayor giuliani, but below us, outside, when you pull up, some poor young bride was getting married, so the clubhouse was still conducting business as usual, and it was probably inconvenient. 20 years from now, it will be a great story to tell, but at the memo to be upstaged on your wedding date. >> donald trump is trying to make marriage great again. >> we talked about forgotten americans. realizing at the end of every
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policy decision there are men and women, single mothers who are trying to make ends meet and that's what i was excited to talk about. >> t.w. shannon, we'll look for you. maybe you'll have a place in the white house. >> i'll serve wherever the president asks. >> from the white house to the statehouse, the trump revolution has turned states across the nation from red to blue or blue to red. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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big night as well, including north dakota 33-year-old who turned state senate seat red after 24 years of democratic control. incoming north dakota state senator mr. scott meyer, i should say senator scott meyer joins us now. how does that sound? >> it sounds great. still sinking in. >> how did this happen? 24 years the democrats held that spot. >> i got approached by our district chairman and he reached out and said we haven't had a full ticket in 20 years. we had two representatives. two solid candidates. we put together an effective campaign, tried to earn that vote on november 8th came out with two seats. >> why do you think you won? >> accessibility, i would say. there are disenfranchised voters. we got out and asked them what their concerns are. sometimes they feel like their voice isn't quite being heard, so i feel like again getting in
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front of them and letting them know who we are. >> did you work harder than your challenger? >> i would say yes. the one thing i say is hubris and hubrisistic attitude. new voice and face here. >> she was in public office for 14 years. >> right. >> and you beat her. so the democratic party reaction is i think that the biggest factor is what happened nationally, deeply impacted our state. when things like that happen, you recognize that it was out of your control and you regroup and you look toward the future. they are saying it was out of their control. >> i guess they could say that. there is a trump effect, obviously, but you still have to work. it's still campaigning. you are still doing your mailers, you are still fundraising and in our districts in north dakota, you have to get out and door knock. it's pounding the pavement. this didn't just happen because of trump. i poubl appreciate him and he brought voters out but we still
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have had to work. >> this happened in europe and presidential election and local elections too. were you shocked? >> i honestly thought it was a 50-50 for me to win. it was a little shocking and once trump's states starting going down to north carolinas and pennsylvanias, that party got a little bit more fun. we had a good time and it's an amazing accomplishment for not only myself but like steve and jake we had five and six seats in grand forks. >> 33-year-old. are you the youngest senator? >> i'm not. there are four of us that are all 33, but i turn 44 in session. i like to -- 34 in session. i like to get away for my birthday. i'm not married. i'll spending in bismarck. >> 33 was a great year for me.
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i hope it is for you. after a big weekend of meetings, senior adviser kellyanne conway is here with what's next for the trump administration. stay with us. she has some deets for you.
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good monday morning to you and your family. it's november 21st. we start with a fox news alert. police officers under attack in our country. four cops were shot across the country in a matter of hours. two were ambushed. we're live with breaking details. meanwhile, the president-elect building his entourage with a little help from the king of hollywood. >> no emails, no faxes, no phone calls, no nothing. simply silence, lloyd. >> silence lloyd. it's golden. >> that's ari. why was president-elect trump meeting with ari emanuel, the mother of some of barack obama's
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closest con if i dants. >> just called the unamerican awards. >> i love my husband, president barack obama. >> i love bruno mars. i don't know what color he is, so i can't deport him. >> the entertainment elite coming together to bash the president-elect and the future first lady. did they go too far and did anyone get any trophies? your mornings are better with friends. get dressed. ♪ ♪ >> well, they brought out the marching band there in forest lake, minnesota, which is pete hegseth's hometown and that home right there, they are about to
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give the keys over to it to a sergeant who has served this country proudly for many years. >> 12 tours of duty. he is an amazing man. well deserving of this home. his family will live there and will never have to pay a mortgage payment again. >> good morning, pete. >> all right. >> we'll get to that story in a second. meanwhile, heather nauert has breaking news. we start out right now with a fox news alert and police officers across the country under attack. four officers shot in three states in a matter of hours over the week. we first start in san antonio, texas, where there is a massive manhunt under way. it is ramping up at this hour for the person who shot and killed this 50-year-old detective. benjamin marconi. he was sitting in his police cruiser, just writing a ticket when a man drove up behind him in a black sedan, walked over to his window and shot him twice in the head. san antonio police say they are now questioning a person of interest. this man. be on the lookout. in st. louis, a veteran
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police sergeant fighting for his life after he was shot twice in the face. >> targeted because he was a police officer. this tells you how dangerous of a job it is and tells you how much we have to appreciate our police officers. >> he's right about that. the suspected gunman was tracked down and killed in a shoot-out with other officers. and then two other officers were also shot overnight during traffic stops in sanibel, florida, and gladstone, missouri. both though are expected to be okay. we're playing for those officers this morning and their families. a tough job. overseas now, another fox news alert. french officials announcing today that they have foiled a terror plot in that country. seven people under arrest in the cities of marseille and strasbourg. french officials say a new attack was imminent and the group was awaiting an arms delivery. extreme weather back here at home, starting in the northeast where we're feeling our first deep freeze of the season.
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temperatures plunging into the 20s in parts of upstate new york. the cold front bringing snow and wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour, knocking out power for thousands in upstate new york. forecasters expecting up to two feet of snow in the adirondacks overnight. janice dean will keep an eye on that. two foreign european leaders looking to make political comebacks. tony blair is said to be searching for new office space near westminster to be near the center of british politics. you may recall he was staunchly against the brexit vote to leave the eu and he wants to be involved in all the negotiations. and nicolas sarcozi, he shocking just lost the primary. kellyanne conway is here. you remember her, she ran the
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trump campaign. now what does she do? >> i'm a senior adviser. i was in d.c. last week meeting with the transition folks there. that's a really center of activity, our landing teams are there with the security teams currently in place in the obama administration and everybody feels really good about the pace and the seriousness, but it's also a place of tremendous excitement. you know, still sinking in that we won and he will be the president and vice president and he has slid into the role of president-elect beautifully. >> you guys have changed the transition team forever. you are creating a dynamic. you have break-ins to see if it's governor christie or rudy giuliani. why was it important for you guys to be public, whether it's the elevator doors or the golf club? >>s he's at any bug at that trans -- he's been talking about
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transparency. he's been somebody who has been very transparent throughout. a man of the people. president-elect of the people. and what do we have to hide? he's meeting with very diverse group of people. probably dozens in the last two weeks alone from all backgrounds, all races, eth nis its, obviously both genders. most people who meet with him are not going to be in his cabinet. they have all given their advice. >> they are not to get a job? >> we need to fill 4,000 jobs in the federal government and there are people who are captains of industry, there are folks who are sitting and former governors, members of congress, senators, there are people who are opinion leaders. folks working on an issue for decades and now they have an opportunity to share with the president-elect what that means for the country. >> one of your landing teams was the kpi and -- economy, and mitt
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romney, there are rumors he could be in that position, could that be the case? >> for economics? i think they had a very far-reaching conversation about the world, global affairs, and economy, they are both accomplished, successful job creators in this country. that's unusual for people in politics. and much of what mitt romney said about our nation's economy and what he said about the world in 2012 against president obama has become true. there is a great deal discussed, mutual respect, and a productive conversation, but it's really up to president-elect trump to form that cabinet who he feels will work together and really implement his vision. he's been very clear-and-by about his first 100 days. so much to do. i suspect you are going to see a flurry of activity. divided government is over. things will actually happen in
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washington. >> you were in the room when trump met with romney. was it awkward? >> i was not in the room for that. i was there when he came and i was part of the larger room. i left for a seven-year-old's dance recital. play, actually. >> priorities. >> yes, i do. it says an awful lot about donald trump. he has faced an unprecedented deluge of criticism, particularly from people in his own party, and it's honestly to me it shows you the great character and his skills as a leader that he can set that aside to do the business of the people and form a government. >> let's talk about the business of the people. the word is the first 100 days, you are going to put together a trillion dollar infrastructure package. if that is indeed true or the number, how is it paid for?
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is it paid through tax reform? through deficit spending? >> he has talked a little bit about that and he will be consulting with experts about how to pay for it, but one thing that he has committed to do is make sure that his measures do not bust the budget, bust the deficit, brian, how and why? because lots of people promise all these goodies and they never tell you by the way you are going to pay for it, even if you can't use it or the way it's done or it's overbudget. his entire life, including the new old post office building, under budget, ahead of schedule. he wants to run the government similarly. that infrastructure proposal that you are referring to has -- we received a great deal of excitement from across the aisle about it. maybe people who don't agree with other policies or his core political philosophy or ie deloling are truly excited. >> democrats are. >> we've heard from so many people across the country. they say what concerns me the bridges, the roads, the tunnels,
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the local thoroughfares. we know we have the gas tax that's supposed to go for that. >> a director of an organization that's committed to responsible budgeting says that this president-elect is inheriting the worst economy since truman in terms of the deficit balance. it is not a healthy economy. >> no. it took decades to get that deficit to 10 million and recently we took the last eight years to tack on the extra nine or so. tells you an awful lot. there's literally a price to be paid after the fact for all those goodize that sounded so wonderful. people are not just excited about the positive or affirmative economic ideas, like creating the 25 million jobs and releasing energy and coal and shale and natural gas. they are excited about replacing obamacare because they have seen that's a huge budget buster.
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people feel they have to buy government run health care or pay the penalty. neither is very free market. by the way, anybody is welcome to pull up, i think there's substantive issues and vision like that that carry the day and got him over 300 electoral votes. >> brian loves to watch this. he has been glud to his tv to see who is walking through the front door. >> it's like ten douning place. >> camp david, new jersey, awm weekend. i love it. would you tell him who is going to be walking in the door today? >> actually, they are back at the tower. >> government rick perry will be here formerly of texas and a former rival for the texas, governor mary fallon from oklahoma. >> i think heard for perry. >> or defense. energy. fallon, maybe interior. it needs to lead to working
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together. she's a sitting governor, so he will be working with her and probably three dozen republican governors. this country not only elected republican president and vice president, gave them the house and senate and governorships and huge majority of the legislative chambers of the states. that's called a mandate. >> what about today? any big announcements today that you know of? >> so -- possibly. possibly. if we do or we don't. it's maybe later. that's up to president-elect trump but the fact is we're way ahead of schedule. at this point in 2000, we were three weeks away from knowing who the president was going to be, let alone who would be in his cabinet, gore or bush's cabinet and jimmy carter waited five weeks, reagan, four weeks. and they didn't have twitter and facebook. you got to get it right. >> i've heard it's all going to
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be done between thanksgiving and christmas. >> that makes sense. he's a guy -- he has been doing this whole life. making decisions, weighing consequences, results, and taking people's counsel and making decisions. >> they have to work out where the business starts and the presidency starts? >> sure. but they are doing that. >> have they worked out. >> they have experts behind the scenes doing that. they have the adult children be the stewards oft business that business in the father's absence. it's a unique situation to have a businessman with so many holdings sent to the oval office. he's stwes the tens of millions of dollars. his children are right there. they are his colleagues and mentors and chief executives. >> have a very nice week. >> let's all be grateful. >> indeed. straight ahead on thissen month, a fox news alert, police
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officers ambushed in their own patrol cars. the dispatch sound coming in. we'll play for it coming up next. just call it the un-american music awards. >> i love my husband, president barack obama. >> i love bruno mars. i don't know what color he is, so i can't deport him. >> kellyanne, are you laughing at this? the entertainment elite is bashing the president-elect and future first lady. did they take it too far? >> just go to broadway and play it safe.
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>> we're back with a fox news alert. four cops shot across the country in a matter of hours. attacks in sanibel down in florida, gladstone, missouri, injuring two officers overnight. >> you've got a massive manhunt ramping this hour in san antonio where veteran officer benjamin marconi was murdered in cold blood just for wearing the badge. >> i've got an officer down in front of headquarters, black nissan fled. fled. i need ems right now in front of headquarters. >> let's get right to ktvi's seth lemon live outside barnes jewish hospital where an officer is fighting for his life at this
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hour. seth. >> reporter: good morning. right now, that officer is in critical condition but stable. he is expected to survive and the doctors here at barnes jewish are caring for him insides the charles snooit trauma -- knight trauma center. he was rush hereafter being shot twice in the face. despite the seriousness of the injuries, the officer was conscious and was able to talk to the chief and tells him he remembers seeing the muzzle flash and window shattering. he felt them as the shots were fired at them. two shots lodge inside the officer's head. one near his nose and the other in his cheek. the mayor was also here overnight. >> this officer was a husband. he is a husband. he has three children. he is protecting our streets. he was shot twice in the face
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without provocation. he didn't deserve this. he was targeted because he was a police officer. this tells you how dangerous of a job it is and tells you how much we have to appreciate our police officers. >> reporter: missouri governor elect eric greitens also is expected to stop by. we know the suspect was a 19-year-old. the officer was a 46-year-old and a 20-year veteran and a father of three. live in st. louis back to you. coming up on this monday, don't call it good friday because you might offend somebody. find out the town that's destroying tradition and they are going to call it something else coming up. and he's the man who soon could be in charge on the war on terror, next, a closer look at
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we've got a fox news alert to you right now. at least 32 people are dead and another 83 are injured after a homicide bomber attack on a mosque in afghanistan's capital. children among the victims. we are told. police say the bomber walk into the packed building during prayer services in kabul. so far, no one has claimed responsibility, but they will. and the coast guard makes a daring rescue in bone-chilling
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water in massachusetts. six people were pulled off the sinking ship. started taking on water after it hit a rock. thankfully nobody was injured. the trump transition team heaping praise on general james mattis. >> someone with a legendary military career and to be able to talk to him about the challenges facing america and our national security, and i can tell you that the president-elect was very grateful. >> how would the president-elect cabinet contender lead our armed forces? after all, this is less maybe about war fighting maybe -- i don't know -- budgeting perhaps. how to answer that question is former green beret commander himself lieutenant michael waltz. he joins us. colonel.
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everybody knows that general mattis is a great war fighter. would he be a great secretary of defense? >> look, brian, i think he's a strong pick, beloved by his marines, known as a warrior scholar. he's held commands dealing with the middle east and with nato. you know, i would love to see him have a strong deputy that was well versed in procurement, budgets, congress, and that whole side of the defense department but i think overall we have a leader that knows how to lead our men and women in uniform. >> he seems very consistent with donald trump's views, especially when it comes to iran and a way forward with isis. is that one of the reasons why i saw a very ebullient donald trump talking with mad dog mattis the other day? >> he's going to take a stronger stance against iran, he knows our enemies and allies discuss
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strength. it was widely discussed he was pushed out early from the obama administration. >> why? >> he wanted to take a hard line against what iran was doing with its proxies in the region. he's going to be lined up with general flynn, mike pompeo at cia and what seems to be a harder line against what iran is doing in the region which is essentially trying to exert its influence across the middle east. >> how important in your mind from what you've seen is the secretary of state, secretary of dense -- defense and the president on the same page? how important is that and what is the downside of them all being very competent but also being disagreeable? >> the president having seen advice come into the white house, the president needs to receive different and conflicting views. that's actually a good thing for the national security process versus what we've seen under
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this white house, which is a white house that micromanages the process and folk are feeding things into a vacuum, where it seems like the president and his inner circle have made up their mind. >> that's interesting. would you say petraeus is a good pick. >> i think he's a fantastic pick. either way, i think the defense department is in good hands. our soldiers and airmen are going to receive a great dose of leadership. >> so we're going to see if pay tray i couldn't say comes in this week. we believe he is. thank you for your insight. appreciate it. >> good morning to you. an oil pipeline protest spirals into an all-out riot, protesters setting fires and officers firing tear gas. and just call it the unamerican music awards. >> i love my husband, president
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barack obama. >> i love bruno mars. i don't know what color he is, so i can't deport him. >> did they take it too far or is it funny? tucker carlson straight ahead. >> in your honor, i've been working on my first impression. i've been working on this all week, okay? ♪ ♪ see ya next year.
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police department, we would like to present you a turkey. >> wow. >> the police department gave about 25 turkeys out. it's their way of showing how thankful they are to their awesome citizens. >> how great is that. speak of awesome, tucker carlson's new show at 7:00 p.m. eastern time is awesome. >> another great show was this weekend where we're all tubeside watching all of these prospective candidates for high-ranking executive jobs. there is chris christie, rudy giuliani, we saw mitt romney. what did you make of mitt romney who had very unflattering things to say about donald trump go up the stairs and do the same thing? >> it's remarkable. based on conversations i've had, it's serious. i believe they would prefer, actually, to have mitt romney as
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secretary of state. i don't know if that deal will get done or not, but this is not just a head fake. it's absolutely real, and i think it's actually kind of telling. this is what the new president, new new president ought to do is enlarge the circle a little bit, and the winner ought to be magazine nan mouse. this is a great sign. no one was a more bitter critic than mitt romney and intra-party fuds are the angriest and leave the deepest wounds. if he can pull this off. >> i wonder if you can get past the point where mitt romney called him a fraud and a fake and he's going to bankrupt the country. he actually picked a guy to run against him in utah that could keep trump from being president. and also mitt romney's view of russia is quite different from
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donald trump. >> i don't think romney voted for him. i don't know that. i think it sends a reassuring message that this is a president -- you know, if this happens, and if this continues, this is a president who is confident in his role, and that's, again, a comforting message i think to a lot of people watching. >> let's talk about the press's coverage of trump. i love this article. kyle smith wrote an article in the "new york post" it's pretty funny. he says you've been barveing -- barfing all over yourselves for a week and a half. it's revolting to watch. wipe off your chins. pull yourselves together. >> when you said i don't like this word, i thought what word is it. >> barf is one of those words you don't want to say. >> especially at breakfasttime.
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>> he goes on to make a very solid point. every administration needs vigorous press coverage. it doesn't matter who the president is. there's a massive federal government. you need a watchdog. if the press discredits itself as that watchdog, and every minor thing is a screaming page one headline, after a while, readers become so dulled to it all so they miss a real story in there. this is a corrosive effect. by the way, you know exactly what's going on, if you wrong someone, it's very hard to stop being mad at that person in a paradox i cal person. if you are the one who committed the unfair act, you have trouble getting over it. i think the press treated trump unfairly. it's difficult for them to pivot out of that mind set. >> it's not just the mainstream media when it comes to journalism. it's the mainstream
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entertainment world. you know what happened to mike pence over at the hamilton show over the week and last night the american music awards on abc, it was just a great big trump bash-a-thon. here's a little bit of it tucker. watch this. >> i love my husband, president barack obama. >> i love bruno mars. i don't know what color he is, so i can't deport him. >> tucker, there are a lot of people on line who say gigi hadid, who was doing the melania trump impersonation, they say it's racist. what do you think of that? >> it's all pretty banal. here's what i'm struck about. the purpose of the artist is to elevate the individual above the group. you are seeing them act as enforcers of conformity and group think. get in line.
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obey. here are the nine things to believe or else we punish you. this is the people who are against fascist, so where were when we found out nsa was reading our emails? art does play an important role in society. it should be fighting against these trends and free expression. these people are doing exactly the opposite. last week of your first week, did they tell you that your second week is also going to have to be live shows too? >> has he been renewed? >> no. no. >> you have to do live shows for a second week? >> no, we're doing the rest of the year on tape. because it's easier. i can get to barbados, i don't have to deal with the whole go-to-work thing. >> after all, why should you work everyday. watch at 7:00.
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>> thanks. >> congratulations, tucker. >> thank you, ainsley. >> you are my favorite. >> you are my favorite. >> we all heard that. it is 22 minutes before the top of the hour and heather joins us. >> and we love tucker, even if he doesn't love us guys. good morning. i've got quite a story from overseas. our u.s. navy sailors proving their valor once again this time by helping stranded iranians in the persian gulf. they rescued people from a small fishing boat after the battery died. sounds familiar? they replaced the battery and gave the iranians a case of water. all of this despite iran's attempt to harass and intimidate our men and women. after iran forced them to their
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knees and forced them to apologize. police and protesters clash over the dakota access pipeline. hundreds of people set fires and trying to push back approximate police barricades. it's being called an ongoing riot. at least one person arrested overnight. and a public university apologizing this morning after telling students to protest president-elect donald trump. the university of new hampshire's women's studies program posted on their official twitter page, asking students to come to their office and help people posters. the university says they are troubled by the post and do not advocate for any particular candidates and those are your headlines. of course, that's what they say when they get caught. >> yes, we didn't know. >> all right.
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>> thanks very much. now to extreme weather. the northeast is feeling its first deep freeze of the season with temps plunging into the 20s. >> not just the temps. snow, and wind with gusts up to 50 miles per hour. >> temps, is that short for temperature? >> yeah. >> senior meteorologist janice dean knows all that. >> what is your name? >> morgan. >> and? >> trey. >> where are you from? >> california. florida, jackson. missy from jacksonville. >> very nice. let's look at the new york weather which is very cold out here. everyone is dressed appropriately. we're talking about 30s across the northeast, 20s across the great lakes and upper midwest. the windchills are even colder than that. we're going to watch the storm system move into the central u.s. and maybe bring some travel problems for tuesday and wednesday. happy birthday young man. what's your name? >> keith. >> where are you from? >> manatuack, wisconsin.
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i would like to say hi to my brother. >> hey, everybody. >> is that from you are from? >> no. i know manatuack. >> and happy birthday, bubba. 18 minutes before the top of the hour, could president-elect donald trump announce more picks to his growing cabinet? we're live from washington with what his senior adviser kellyanne conway is telling us this morning. this is a great story, we have been live from pete hegseth's hometown all morning long why -- well, you tell us what's happening in forest lake, minnesota, pete. >> the anticipation is building. so many wonderful people, the fire department, police department, the mayor, minnesota national guard, u.s. bank, freedom alliance, everyone making this day possible. the crowd is building and excited. in a few minutes, we're going to reveal the home to staff sergeant milosevic.
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and learn more about the kinds of plans that will be here for you now - and down the road. i have a lifetime of experience. so i know how important that is. president-elect donald trump transition team is back in new york today following a marathon of meetings in new jersey. kristin fisher is live in our nation's capital with potential picks for today or beyond, kristin. good morning. >> good morning. so in true trump fashion, he turned what was essentially a series of job interviews into a
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two-day made-for-tv spectacle. a parade of potential advisers met with trump in bedminister. the fact that he were they were so out in open is by design. >> this is what outsider do. politicians try to keep things secret behind a hinged door. he's been very transparent. president-elect of the people. >> any big announcements today that you know of? >> so -- possibly. possibly. it's maybe later. that's up to president-elect trump. the fact of the matter is we're way ahead of schedule. >> in total, he met with more than 20 people over two days, including new jersey governor chris christie, retired marine corps general mad dog mattis, and rudy giuliani who may be in
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the running of secretary of state and is one of trump's biggest critic, a leader of the never trump movement, mitt romney. and rick perry is in the rug for -- running for secretary of energy, that's ironic since that's the department that perry forgot in the debate in his oops moment. >> it's going to be exciting. meanwhile, he was deployed to iraq and afghanistan 12 times and now this army ranger is about to get the surprise of his lifetime. our vet, pete hegseth, is live in his hometown with the big reveal. his family is going to see in for the first time ever in about two minutes. >> isn't that great? don't we love those stories. >> i imagine we'll have a camera there. >> four officers shot over the weekend. we'll tell you what you need to know. back to trump tower today, big meetings, this morning, judge michael mccasey on the criticism
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the moment is finally here guys, an american hero who has given so much to you and to our country now getting something in return. >> that's right. right now, combat vet marco kmoils -- milosevic and his family are going to see the home. the big reveal.
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>> staff sergeant, 12 deployments to iraq and afghanistan. you have served this country with such distinction. you are about to see a mortgage-free brand-new home that's right behind you. you haven't seen it. what's running through your head right now? >> pretty anxious. pretty excited. the whole family is. >> i've within seeing you guys all morning. how are you? do you feel excited? >> yes. >> should we move these big trucks? >> yes. >> i think we're going to move the truck and show them their beautiful new home. let's do it. >> hey, sergeant rob ins, moving that truck! [ cheers and applause ] >> come on over. what do you think? >> it's amazing. >> let's go ahead and walk in and say hi to some of these fine folks. come on in. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on, guys! good morning, everybody!
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samantha, you mind if i ask you how do you feel? >> i'm overwhelmed. i'm so happy. >> we just gave -- they just saw for the first time this brand-new refurbished home. $70,000 has been put into renovating this home, making it brand-new for them. they haven't owned before. they have got a lot of members of the community here. neighbors that have come out and seen this. members, guys that he served with in iraq and afghanistan. check out this little guy right here. he's as happy as can be, the two-year-old, the kids that they have, are going to have their own rooms in the home. let's keep moving up to the house. i know we can stay down here and talk all day. what it mean to see all thee people supporting? >> it's incredible. i didn't expect all these kids to be here. it's amazing. i think my kids are going to be the most popular kids in the neighborhood. >> they should be. how does it feel? mortgage-free home?
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how does that make you feel? >> oh, my gosh. it's such a relief. i mean, it is. we've never owned our own home before. like i said, it's overwhelming. >> good. let's go inside and be even more overwhelmed because so many of the changes in this home happened to renovation, brand-new kitchen -- i shouldn't be telling you what you are about to see. why don't we check out what's happening inside the house. how are you doing? how -- you guys are ready to go over here by the door. how dufle? >> good. >> will i open the door into your brand-new home. >> sure. >> let's do it. cox on. come on in. let's go. all right. go ahead. >> holy cow, look at this. >> what do you think, guys? >> pretty big, huh? >> go ahead. go ahead and walk in. it's your house. >> welcome, marco.
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>> welcome. >> they are taking it right now. look at that. kids, there's a basement, go running in there and check it. what an amazing experience to see. on the other side of the break, we'll have more conversation with them. ask you a few more questions. in the meantime, the kids are slrd exploring and that's a good thing. more on "fox & friends" on the other side.
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>> army vet given a lot, received something big in return, pete is back in action. pete is the family getting used to the new house? >> yes, we had to pull them up from the basement where they were running already. thank u.s. bank and freedom alliance. how does it make you feel? >> it looks amazing downstairs and rest of it, oh, my gosh. >> does look amazing. girls have you picked out your rooms yet? >> no. >> they need to pick out their rooms right now.
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>> there they go. what a blessing. marco, you deserve this. this country is so grateful and we're thankful for the opportunity. they're picking out their rooms. >> what a way to start thanksgiving week. bill: very nice. morning everybody. want to begin with a fox news alert. tragic day for the men and women in blue. four police officers in three states ambushed and one dying from his wounds. san antonio detective benjamin marconi writing a traffic ticket in broad daylight outside of police headquarters. hours later an officer in florida, two others in missouri, also shot. those three however expected to survive. but the killer of the detective marconi has not been found. there is a manhunt underway. they're looking for a man seen in the surveillance picture saying that he may have information about the crime. >> we're actively pursuing all leads and looking into all motives. we consider this suspect to be extremel

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