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>> we had shark stories. >> cage with the sharks making their way and everything -- >> shark week, love it. >> thank you for joining us. have a great weekend. >> have a good friday everyone. >> "fox and friends" starts now. >> bye. > that person was saying for months that there's no way that donald trump can break the blue wall, right? we didn't break it. we shattered that sucker. shattered. we will construct a great wall at the border. we're going to drain the swamp of corruption. by americans and hire americans. we're going to do it ourselves. it's time to remove the rust from the rust belt. i'm asking you to believe in america once again. we have many challenges. but this is truly an exciting time to be alive.
there's been no time like it. the script is not yet written. wait a minute. isn't the campaign over? that seemed like a campaign speech last night live from studio e here in the heart of midtown manhattan. it's "fox and friends."morning, >> great to be here. >> ainsley, are you popped. because as donald trump left manhattan and flew around the country, so did you. >> i loved it. when i walked into the arena and i started meeting people, there were so many people that watch us in the morning, and it was really nice to meet so many people that keep us employed. >> talk about -- what that reinforced last night is donald trump those who his bosses are, the american people. it was inspirational. i was on a flight watching it, fist pumping at times during the speech. you felt uplifted by the energy. he was having fun, speaking to the people that elected him and
thanking them for putting him in the position. >> you heard the music. he made it clear, his priority as president-elect and soon to be president will be america first. >> i'm asking you to believe in america once again. we have many challenges, but this is truly an exciting time to be alive. the script is not yet written. we do not know what the next page will read. i'll tell you, it's going to be a great page. but for the first time in a long time, what we do know is that the pages will be authored by each one of you. americans will be the captains of their own destiny once again. you are the movement. i'm the messenger. i'm just really the messenger. although i've been a very good
messenger, let's face it, right? >> you know, donald trump has got really good manners. here's why. for about a year, he's been asking people for their vote. a lot of people voted for him. now he has started the tour across the country to say thank you. >> i don't think a president has ever done that, right? has gone on a thank you, america, tour. folks love it. >> there's never been anybody like him before. >> it's a first on a lot of level. >> we elected you, you're coming back. the same day he went to the carrier plant and said i made a promise. no one told me i could do it. i'm not even president yet. these 1100 jobs are staying in the country. there he is at the carrier plant yesterday. where 1100 jobs were saved. sounds like it cost the state of indiana 6 or $7 million in sacks incentives after they talked to the trump organization and realized there's a lot of government contracts at stake.
donald trump did at one point mention his previous opponent in a very subtle way or not. >> you could tell -- check this out. >> today we made history and now the real work begins. that is the second reason why i'm here today. i'm going to discuss our action plan to make america great again. although we did have a lot of fun fighting hillary, didn't we? right? >> he loves those rallies. he walks out and the crowd goes crazy. it's like going to what i would imagine would be a boxing mafrp would be and he has like the cape and the crowd loves him. >> at certain points in the speech, he was on prompter reading it. you could tell he would be ad libbing and he would do that for two or three minutes. right in the campaign speech where he would talk about
crooked hillary. i don't need to say that anymore. >> that's right. nonetheless, as he knows his role, the crowd knows their role, too. at certain parts, they were yelling usa, usa! lock her up. lock her up. build a wall, build a wall. >> it's interesting. i talked to so many people in the crowd, i asked them about mitt romney for secretary of state. i also asked trump about it. no one was really for it because his fans are so fiercely loyal. i talked to a bunch of people in the audience. listen to this. >> he's going around to different states thanking americans for voting for him. >> yeah. i think that's very much donald trump. >> if he chooses mitt romney, what will be your response? >> i would not be pleased, but it's not my choice. >> my experience, we have to support america through what we do every day. >> how old are you? >> i am 14. >> plans to make america great
again. >> i will. >> he just saved 1,000 jobs to carrier. i know that's making families great again going into the kris mass season. >> i'm so impressed. he hasn't even been inaugurated yet and to work on holidays, weekends. >> why are you here tonight? >> i believe in a lot of what he's doing and i feel excited about what he's done in indiana and how much work he's getting done already. >> usa, usa! >> that's the part they know. >> coming up later in the show, we'll show you the one-on-one interview with donald trump. >> it was pretty exciting to be there. here's what it looks like. it was the first time i talked to him on camera since he's won. that was exciting. >> absolutely. >> last night, if you were watching, it was during tucker carlson's show here on the fox newschannel. you're thinking, okay, he's saying thank you, talking about his vision, there's no real news
here, is there? then out of nowhere, he says this. >> i don't want to tell you this because i want to save the spends for next week. so i will not tell you that one of our great, great generals, we are going to appoint "mad dog" mattis as our secretary of defense. we're going to be announcing him on monday. they say he's the closest thing to general george patton that we have and it's about time. about time. >> that is the best. at one point he pointed over to his advisers. they're not going to like this. i'm supposed to save it. i can't help it. isn't that enthusiasm that people are drawn to? i want this guy "mad dog" mattis so bad. i can't help it. >> my dad said never forget
where you came from. and my mom said don't end a sentence in a preposition. i love that people owe he remembers, i want to share news with you, not with the media. i'm going to share it with you. >> absolutely. >> apparently, i heard this story in one of the reports yesterday. his nickname is "mad dog" mattis. he does not like to use that unless he's a young marine. he's a marine's marine. he's an extraordinary guy. it's not going to be a rubber stamp. even though he's beloved in the military complex. he left the military in 2013. was squeezed out the door. >> didn't agree with the iran deal. this is a war fighter. led troops at every level. >> you liked him from the beginning. >> loved him. anyone who has been in combat, you look at any -- he's the kind of guy you follow into the fire.
>> he's a verbose guy, colorful guy. there are thousands of his quotes out there. they refer to as the warrior amongst. >> you got mad dog and the warrior monk. >> why is that? >> the amount of books, he's not just a war fighter. he's a thoughtful guy. >> and he's a tough guy. people talk about the wussification of america. not with this guy. >> we have quotations to share with you. one he said regarding iraq in 2003. he said i come in peace. i didn't bring artillery. but i'm pleading with you. with tears in my eyes, if you [ bleep ] with me, i will kill you. >> kill you all. >> i don't want to mess with him. >> general mattis gave advice to marines in iraq. be polite, be professional but have a plan to kill everybody you meet. >> he also said, that said, there are some blanks in the world that just need to be shot.
there are hunters and there are victims. cunning, obedience and alertness, you will dee sield if you're a hunter or a victim. it's really a hell of a lot of fun. you will have a blast out here. >> he will be officially nominated by trump on monday. it sounds like congress is going to write a haugh, it's already been drafted, we they would get him a waiver because he left military three or four years ago. you have to sit on the sidelines for seven years >> the democrats have said this is the kind of guy we support. >> the junior senator from new york state has said no, i can't do it because i would prefer civilian control. >> and marines. mike pence, whose son is in the marines, will hit it off. we'll see ainsley with the new president coming up. right now, we're going to talk to our friend heather. good morning. >> happy friday. finally here, right? >> good morning to all of you.
a serious story. there is a dream vacation that ended with two americans dead. 62-year-old joseph -- and a 55-year-old died on the anthem of the seas cruise ship. one reportedly dying at sea on tuesday, the other after the ship docked in old san juan in puerto rico on wednesday. authorities say it appears that both died of natural causes but could not confirm that for sure. the incident adding to the ship's troubled year. there was a norovirus outbreak earlier in the year and it battled waves also. a tennessee native, dolly parton, her theme park -- promising $1,000 a month for six months for each family affected. >> we want to provide a hand-up to all the families that have lost everything in the fires. >> the death toll now in tennessee rising to 11. officials calling this the worst
fire to hit the state in 100 years. we love dolly. such a big heart, too. former nfl player shot dead. an apparent act of road rage. joe mcknight with the new york jets and the kansas city chiefs, police say he was standing outside his car arguing with a man who then opened fire. that suspect is in custody. mcknight's murder is less than one year after will smith, saints player, was gunned down in new orleans in a road rage incident. if you give luke bryan the finger while performing, here's what you get in return. watch this. >> well, it appears the country singer hit the heckler in the head with his microphone. all of this you been folding in nashville. security escorted the guy out. the show was raising money for veterans. those are your headlines. you should see what steve doocy does if someone comes at him like that with his microphone. >> i just drop it.
>> steve doocy put a boot in his something. >> that's right. he would. i've heard that song. >> thanks, heather. another officer killed in the line of duty this week. the protests against police intensify. >> our next guest says five things president-elect trump can do to change the conversation about cops. his name is ron hoss coe, he's here next. while colleges across the country create safe spaces and trigger warnings, one ivy league school, in fact, i'm sad to say, my alma mater, princeton, is fighting back against the pc police. we'll share that with you. ♪ with advil, you'll ask what sinus headache? what stiff joints? what time of the month cramps?
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administration sunsets, you are optimistic that the wedge driven dween the cops and the communities served will be healed in the new trump administration, aren't you? >> i am. we're already seeing signs that president-elect trump is moving in the right direction. he's campaigned and said positive things on policing in every stop. i think we're off to the right start. >> you've got a number of ways that donald trump can change the conversation about police in the community. first up, put it in perspective. what do you mean? >> every year there are thousands -- millions of police contacts with citizens, most of those end perfectly uneventfully where the police are regarded as professional, having done their job. a very, very tiny portion of those will end up in violence or tragic ending where a police officer takes a life. we need to look at the numbers and realize if i do things
right, my chance of getting shot by police is almost nothing. >> you also say keep your thumb off the scale and data matters. when you're talking about thumb on the scale, are you talking about the president? >> i am talking about the president. president obama has done this repeatedly. go back to the henry gates incident at harvard, michael brown in ferguson. event after event, basically his lecture of police, after five dallas police officers were killed, about race, he needs to pull bac conduct an investigation where there's been an incident and let the law enforcement and the judicial branch decide what was right and what was wrong. >> the way we always used do it. let's see what happens. finally, you say use your words and actions wisely. >> steve, there are a lot of symbols with being the president of the united states. whether it's a trip to arlington cemetery or some other funeral
or graveyard. when the president of the united states is willing to meet with somebody like al sharpton or black lives matter in the white house and credit them for their work, that, to me, and i think to a lot of men and women in law enforcement are a terrible mistake. those are voices of division and no good is going to come of that if you're trying to heal the relationship between the police in the community. >> absolutely. i know a lot of police officers are hopeful under the incoming trump administration. certainly he wound up with a lot of endorsements from a lot of police organizations before the election. ron hossko, the president much law enforcement legal defense fund. sir, thank you for joining us from washington, d.c. >> my pleasure, steve. coming up, new problems for the v.a. hundreds of vets may have been exposed to life-threatening diseases at the v.a. who is to blame for this? we'll tell you what we know. what will mr. trump do during his first days in office. >> day one, what are you going
to do, the wall, obama care repeal? >> we could do the wall, we're going to do some repealing, some executive orders. >> ainsley and donald trump coming up next. from my life. so i use excedrin. it starts to relieve migraine pain in just 30 minutes. and it works on my symptoms, too. now moments lost to migraines are moments gained with excedrin. [heartbeat] it's your tv, take it with you. with directv and at&t, watch all your live channels, on your devices, data-free. switch to directv and lock in your price for 2 years. offers starting at $50/month.
welcome back. international headlines this morning. new details about the crew of the doomed charter flight that crashed into a colombian mountainside. the co-pilot completing her first flight for the airline losing her life in the crash. miraculously, a sixth person was found alive somehow in the wreckage after the search initially was called off. a miracle. unfortunately, 71 lost their lives after the plane ran out of fuel. a russian rocket bound for the international space station
bursts into flames. >> and liftoff. >> the cargo shin breaking up over siberia. the right place to break up. luckily, no one was on board. russian space agents blaming it on a malfunction. venezuela's money is so worthless. stores have to weigh it instead of count it. the currency plummeting 60% in a month. the $100 bill is worth less than 3 u.s. cents. >> how much for these fries? >> yesterday morning after our show, trump and mike pence head to indianapolis because they wanted to go to the carrier plant and say hey to everyone and say congratulations, we saved your jobs and then they went to cincinnati because he kicked off his thank you america, thank you for going to the polls and believing in me.
>> we got to follow him yesterday. before he went on stage and before he made that announcement about general mattis, he talked to me on camera. this is our interview. >> awesome. >> i feel great. very happy the country is going to be -- it's all about making america great again. that was the theme. we had a big day yesterday, as you know, with what we did with carrier. 1100 jobs, 1,100 jobs are now going to stay in this country instead of moving to mexico after they had already made a decision. we're very happy. >> what was your response to president obama and his staff saying yeah, that was great but we've done better? >> that's what they say. this is politics. it's okay. he's been gracious and very nice. we've had a couple of great calls and meetings. i very much respect his attitude. he's been very, very nice. >> mitt romney, if you do pick him, what can you say to the american public? >> he's been very gracious.
don't forget, i hit mitt pretty hard also so i understand how it all works. he's been very, very nice. we had dinner the other night. it was great. there was a good chemistry. it was a really good chemistry with him and also with president obama. there was an amazing -- we were supposed to sit down for ten minutes and we sat down for an hour and a half keeping everybody waiting. but we had a great talk. so i don't know. we'll see what happens. we're going to pick our secretary of state. we have other announcements coming up literally very soon. people are loving our choices so far. >> what about next -- >> we have some that we have already. but they'll be starting next week. we have some tremendous people, tremendous people that are coming on. we're getting credit for having one of the great cabinets ever picked. these are people of great distinction, great success. which is what you need. you are negotiating with people. you can't have people that
didn't know how to get there. we have tremendous people joining the cabinet and beyond the cabinet. you'll be seeing almost all of them next week. >> thank you america tour. why is that important to you? >> we're in ohio. it's thank you, ohio. it's thank you, iowa, thank you, north carolina. thank you, pennsylvania. florida. we have quite a few. wisconsin has been so great. michigan has been so great. we won states, ainsley, that nobody has won for 38 years. in a couple of cases, more than that in terms of the republicans. as you know, they talked about the great blue wall in the rust belt, right? the great blue wall was really busted up pretty badly. we're doing a thank you run just to thank some of the states that we weren't supposed to win and we won, really, in a landslide in some cases. florida was fantastic. you remember we were supposed to lose florida. we have breaking news, donald trump wins florida. trump wins north carolina. we won pennsylvania. >> ohio. >> ohio. so tonight we're in ohio and we
have a wonderful group of people that have been supporters from the beginning. we won ohio by almost ten points, which is unheard of for a republican to win by ten points. we won iowa by more than ten points. so i mean, we've had some great pictures. we should go back and say a quick thank you. that's what we're doing. >> day one, what are you going to do, the wall, obama care repeal? >> we could do the wall, we're going to do some repealing. we're going to do some executive orders that we think are inappropriate. we're going to be working and working very hard. i really got a kick. i didn't think of it, but saving carrier and all those jobs before i become president makes me, i guess, maybe even a little more happy. if you would have seen the people of indiana today, 1100 people are going to have a great christmas, that i can tell you. >> great interview. it's interesting because one of the big lines that he had during his speech there in cincinnati was about that big -- he was
talking about election night and the big blue wall and how he shattered it. he used the line with you first. i wonder if that reminded him later. maybe i'll do that. >> we commented his answer. see what he would say about president obama. you pushed that around mitt romney. but very presidential in his answers. >> yeah. >> played it straight and i think not surprising people but it's what he said he would do. and it's exactly what he's doing. >> it's been quite a ride for all of us as a country to watch this election unfold, 18 months, 17 months that he was running and watch him become more and more presidential and the responses were very nice. >> we're going to build a wall, maybe some repealing. >> with mitt romney, he was saying i said some bad things about him, too. >> stay tuned for that. maybe next week -- >> then he said, did you hear in the interview, he said, i've got big announcement next week. then he went on stage after that interview with me and he said
don't tell anyone though, but general mattis is going to be secretary of defense. >> we're glad -- >> thanks. that was fun. >> donald trump heads to indiana yesterday to celebrate the 1100 jobs he saved at carrier. the white house has nothing nice to say about that. ed henry reporting from d.c. about that next. rick reichmuth is hundreds of feet above the ground getting ready to go over the side of a building. rick, why are you doing that? >> reporter: great question. it's been seven years and i ask myself that every time. here's the deal. i'm going to start off with the good part. take a look at how beautiful the sunrise is right here. the bad thing is, instead of taking the elevator, we're going down this way. you don't want to miss this. we'll see how this one plays outs this year. guys? more fox and friends in minutes.
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yesterday, jill stein officially requested a hand recount of 4.8 million ballots in michigan. donald trump says he's going to fight it by shouting out other numbers while they're trying o count. 70. 19. start back at one. >> that works, actually. always does. >> really? >> let's try it. >> while i'm reading this, you bark things out. >> more than 1,000 carrier workers celebrating yesterday with president-elect donald trump and vice president-elect mike pence overjoyed that they can continue to p providing for their families. >> what -- it's not enough they say -- >> ed henry is live in d.c. with the latest. good morning, ed. >> good morning, guys. it's interesting. not a bad day's work for the
president-elect to save the jobs and even did an interview not just with ainsley but with "the new york times" and says, look, corporate america has to get the message that we have to take care of our workers as well. that sounds like the rhetoric wie heard from hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the white house would say it was great, right? no. they say it's not good enough, right? we will have two simple rules when it comes to this massive rebuilding effort. buy america and hire americans. on trade, the history of nations teaches us that the strength of a country and its trade and manufacturing sector is vital to both its economic prosperity and national security. >> the president-elect has indicated that he deserves credit for that announcement and i guess what i would observe is that his -- he is successful in doing that 804 more times, then
he will meet the record of manufacturing jobs that were created in the united states while president obama was in office. >> so they're talking about -- okay, this is what president obama did over eight years in trying to compare what donald trump has done before he has even taken office. interesting, guys. >> all right. ed, thank you very much. also during barack obama's eight years, carrier left the united states. >> right. he brought it back before he's even in office. >> sounds like sour grapes. >> he delivered a beautiful christmas to 1,000 families. >> these are human beings. 24 minutes before the top of the hour. >> heather has more headlines. >> pete, we talk so much about the v.a. and a facility in wisconsin under fire again. a mistreatment by the v.a. at this wisconsin facility that's been dubbed candyland for overprescribing pain pills to vets. nearly 600 patients in tomah, wisconsin, may have been
infected with hepatitis and hiv. the facility says the dentist was using his own equipment and cleaning it and reusing it and that's a violation of the v.a.'s regulation. that dentist has been removed from patient care but not fired. all 592 vets that he's treated are now being contacted. brand new evidence is emerging in the san bernardino terror attack one year after it happened. investigators say that the terrorist may have been driven to kill by a christmas party. there's a brand new e-mail exchange between the husband and wife killers revealing a shocking new clue. malik tells her husband farouk that she was outraged that he attended a holiday party at the inland regional center. that was the same party that he excused himself from only to come back later and kill 14 people along with his wife. princeton student, pete listen up, this is your school. refusing to cave to a pc education. they're in an uproar requiring
freshmen to take a class. forcing students to take courses hinders critical thinking and restricts student choices. they issued a scathing editorial reading in part, the task force mistaken a -- with a politically liberal education. those are your headlines. >> good stuff. >> the daily prince tonian is not -- for them to say it, it shows you how far it's going. >> it's a good step. >> well done, princeton. >> who needs a chimney when you can just go down the side of a really tall building? >> i can't believe he's doing this. >> rick reichmuth is joining us from stanford, connecticut where he's testing the ropes. did you tell your mom not to watch this morning? >> you know what, i didn't tell my mom this was happening this year. i've learned. she gets so nervous leading up to it. i thought i'm not going to let her know. she'll worry about it. once i'm done, i'll let her
know. >> how are the ropes this morning? are they really tight? >> are you certifiable, rick? >> so look at all of this right here. we've got all these safety guys here setting this up. it basically -- they're asking each other questions and looking a little bit confused, which doesn't make me feel very good. but i want to just ask really quick. this is michael wright up here. he's been doing this for years with us. i just want to say, you like sit up here for four hours while this is getting going. if you look at what you're sitting on, are you at all bothered that you are sitting on this ledge right now? >> no. >> you love it. >> that makes one of us. >> every time i get here -- i do not even do this. you don't even have an idea that behind you is a 350-foot drop? >> i know. but i'm not worried. >> like all the trust that i
have goes in this guy right here. he's got a big smile on his face. he's thinking, you fool, you're about to go over this. >> rick, the reason you were testing out the ropes for santa is because christmas season officially starts in stamford, connecticut on sunday because santa will be where you are, right? >> yeah, exactly. stamford, connecticut launches their christmas season with a big event. santa rappels down the building and it's joined by the gm of the yankees who is here this morning and he's going down this wall. we're trying to figure out why the yankees are not the first team in new york any longer. >> have fun with that question. >> no kidding. finally, you've got good weather, though. last year it was raining when you were doing it and windy, too. >> yeah. it is -- it's not great. but it's not bad. >> that makes me nervous looking at the camera looking over the ledge. be careful.
the first step has to be tough. >> we'll see rick go over the side at the conclusion of today's program. >> build the spends. >> he'll be on the ropes as he has been many times. meanwhile, remember the vet who called out the protesters. >> quit being crying babies. ain't nothing free. you ain't no slave. you don't get your way. like a 2-year-old burning up people's stuff. >> quit being cry babies. this morning, he's back with a message for the people who are setting fire to the american flag. >> and president obama blames hillary clinton's fake news on facebook. but he won't be able to use that excuse for long. kurt the cyberguy is here with the changes that could be coming with your changes. there he is.
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welcome back to "fox and friends." >> quit being cry babies. ain't nothing free. you ain't no slave. you don't get your way. like a 2-year-old burning up people's stuff. >> well, this morning he's back and fired up again over the leftists burning the american flag in response to the president-elect saying there should be consequences for those who do it. joining us now is u.s. air force veteran alexander. thanks for joining us this morning. what's your message to those who decide in protest to donald trump or in protest to his statements that they're going to burn the american flag? >> my thing is this, peter, you know, as a veteran, you know, i
fought for that right for you to burn that flag. it's very offensive. i'm not muslim. but i would never burn the can you r-- karan. >> most of the people burning the flag don't remember that. remember after 9/11, they were all proud of the usa. i don't understand why it has to come to a tragic event to bring us all together. as far as like institutions, like the colleges and things like that, if they don't want to fly the flag, they should not receive any federal or state funding. it shouldn't happen. if you don't like this country, you shouldn't get anything. >> you're talking about consequences for actions and our president-elect made a mention about flag burning. i'm going to play what he had to say and get you to react to it. >> do you agree with my stance
that if people burn the american flag, there should be consequences? >> you know, his slogan has been america first. i love your shirt you're wearing that says the same thing. his perspective is you're all in for america and there should be -- there should be no split allegiances. >> i'm a strong defender of the constitution. i don't think we can really say that there's consequences for an individual burning a flag. there's nothing we can do about that. i mean, i would be going against everything that the constitution represents if i said that. do i feel that way? does it anger me? yes. but i would be a hypocrite if i said, okay, if you burn that flag, then you're going go to jail or a fine. it would be against everything i believe in. >> you're basically saying just because you have the right doesn't make doing it right. what does it say about these
protesters that they're deciding to burn the very symbol, what does it say about citizenship, about how we view our own country when the form of protest is to burn the very thing that men like you and many others have served to defend? >> it's disrespectful. if you burn that flag, then how are you going to ask for any benefits in this country? you still want social security when you're 60 or what whatever? you want free medical care but you burn the flag? you don't deserve any of those things. you don't deserve nothing from this country if you don't love it. what you're doing is making us a laughing stock for other countries. russia, north korea, china. al qaeda. they don't have to come and attack us anymore because we're attacking each other and making all americans look like idiots. >> that's right. try burning a flag in north korea as well. >> that's right. >> thank you very much for your service and for speaking truth this morning.
we appreciate it. >> thank you, sir. >> you got it. still ahead, president obama blamed hillary clinton's loss on fake news on facebook. but he won't be able to news on. he won't be able to use that excuse for long. kurt the cyber guy is coming right here. there he is. with the changes that could be coming to your news next. . . . you wouldn't believe what's in this kiester. a farmer's market. a fire truck. even a marching band. and if i can get comfortable talking about this kiester, then you can get comfortable using preparation h. for any sort of discomfort in yours. preparation h. get comfortable with it.
>> which sites get the labels and what do you need to know? that's why we ask kurt the cyber guy. what gives? >> it's very confusing. even usa caught in this. their paper today all about fake and they capitalize on repeating a story on line that was from a blog called tech crunch and they mentioned that facebook is now testing these labels to identify fake news. it turns out that's not even true so they have reported fake news about fake news. >> what is -- so many people -- a couple of weeks ago, they said the reason that hillary lost was there was so much fake news put out there by the trump supporters on line. what is fake news? >> that's at the heart of the question. >> it's in the eyes of the beholder. >> it is. facebook is caught in this huge dilemma. you've got mark zuckerberg the ceo says look we don't like misinformation, we don't want fake news, but he also wants to
live in this way where he's got this other opinion where we're not a media site. yeah, we reach 1.79 billion people but we're not a media site. of course, you are. he doesn't want to start putting the labels on these comments on facebook. but if you don't think it's actually swaying public opinion, you got another think coming. >> if you see that red line. >> it's a downloaded app. it's a plug-in to a chrome browser. if you use google chrome, it's called b.s. detecter. who is telling us in that whether it is fake news or not? and in fact, when testing that, it failed to -- it actually flagged a story as fake when indeed it was a true story. >> it doesn't mean that it's actually fake or does it mean this is suspect, we're not sure? >> again, this is a gray area. >> here's the end of all of this. at the end of the kay it's --
facebook everybody else is going to have to make the decision that says you know what, we know who to trust. we know that these particular news organizations are credible and you'll start to see the fox news of the world really populate. >> don't tell me who is a credible source. a lot of left wing sites are not being labeled as biased. >> i tell you what it is, 7,000 stanford students right now in a study, 80 to 90% of them could not identify a credible news story on line. hello. wake up call right there. >> kurt the cyber guy. thank you very much. that was not a fake sentiment. president-elect donald trump speaking with carrier workers face-to-face after saving 1,100 jobs in indiana. what did they think about his visits? one of those employees joins us
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night. >> he is just one with the people. he walked out there and thanked the folks who had gone to the polls because those are the folks that are employing him for the next four years or believed in him and believed that he can turn this country around. >> sometimes you see politicians, there's a speech, a big crowd, they are nervous, they get up there and they can't get out of that room fast enough. they read through the things. if there's going to be some clapping, laughing, go ahead. donald trump last night was so in his element. >> he loves it. >> 75% of the thing was probably on the teleprompter. the other 25%, he was just winging. >> he sure was. >> he was just living it and he was loving it. >> when we go out and cover these events before he won, the polls showed this, were afraid to say they were supporting him. now he is given the rust belt, the flyover states, the southern states, the people who never felt they had a voice anymore, they did not like the direction of this country and now they are speaking out proudly saying he
won, we're so excited and he's going to make america great again. >> they also feel like there's tangible result, carrier in indiana earlier in the day, here's 1,100 jobs, 1,100 christmases are going to be better this year because i put my nose to the grindstone. the energy, the feelings that they have, he wants to bring america back. it's infectious and you saw it in the back-and-forth with the audience last night. >> he's such a worker. he made that deal with carrier over the thanksgiving holiday, when most of us were all with our families. he works 24-7. he's already starting to sound more presidential and to act on some of the promises that he's made to america. >> here's the thing, we've heard this statistic a number of times, but 70% in the country have felt over the last couple of years that we are in the ditch. that we're heading down the wrong road and now he's not even elected. he brought back jobs. last night, in cincinnati, stop
one of the thank you, america, tour, donald trump got pretty inspirational. listen to this. >> i'm asking you to believe in america once again. we have many challenges, but this is truly an exciting time to be alive. the script is not yet written. we do not know what the next page will read. i'll tell you, it's going to be a great page, but for the first time in a long time what we do know is that the pages will be authorized by each one of you. americans will be the captain of their own destiny once again. you are the movement. i'm the messenger. >> the inspirational team is -- theme is america first. the pages will be authorized by
us. not the high seas of some other country. >> i am your voice. >> he said that at the convention and that's what he intends to do. >> right before he went out on stage, i got a chance to talk to him and mike pence and reince priebus and i said no more announcements this week, right? you are going to announce next week. he says yeah, yeah, yeah, then he goes out on stage and he puts the people first in the situation. watch what he did. >> i don't want to tell you this because i want to save the suspense for next week, so i will not tell you that one of our great, great generals, we are going to appoint mad dog mattis as our secretary of defense. so we're going to be announcing him on monday. they say he's the closest thing to general george patton that we
have and it's about time. it's about time. >> as you look at that shot right there, you got to focus group right behind him because they were obviously listening to everything he had to say. it's interesting. donald trump spoke in that arena during the campaign where it was packed to the rafters, but because of security and whatnot, that was only about half full last night, but they were 100% there and they like the idea of james mattis, the general from the marine corps. pete, you are an expert at all things pentagon. >> great pick. mad dog mattis. >> i heard he doesn't like that. >> he like to be called that by the grunts. he announced that and every other vet and war fighter in this country feels the same way. >> why do you like him?
>> he's thoughtful. he puts his marines first. the guy he commands, he truly cares about. he visits the families of the fallen. he's sending you in to win. i want to you kill the enemy. >> he's not a pansy. i will kill if i have to. >> no better friend. no worst enemy and he's universally loved and i think in that sense he will have a great opportunity to destroy isis, rebuild our military. >> i beg to differ on one thing. he's universally loved. not by this administration. they squeezed him out a couple of years ago because he was somebody who wanted to stay tough with rawb -- iran and the administration was sorry, we're changing -- >> i wonder if donald trump if he's going to announce another member of the cabinet. >> he might be unable to resist. he says my staff is going to kill me for this. >> we interviewed some folks in the crowd to find out what they
thought about this next administration and being at the rally. listen. [ clicking ] >> he's going around to different states thanking americans for voting for him. >> yeah. i think that's very much donald trump. >> if he chooses mitt romney, what will be your response? >> i would not be pleased, but it's not my choice. >> we have to support america through what we do every day. >> how are you? >> i'm 14. >> any plans to make america great again? >> yeah, i will. >> he saved 1,000 jobs at carrier. i know that's making families great again. what were your thoughts about that being a mom yourself? >> i'm so impressed. he hasn't even been inaugurated yet and to already work on holidays and weekends. >> why are you here tonight? >> i believe in what he's doing and i feel excited about what he's done in indiana and how much work he's getting done already. >> usa!
usa! usa! he was also earlier in the day was at the carrier plant in indianapolis and we're going to have one of the carrier employees whose christmas was saved by donald trump and mike pence with us in about ten minutes. >> very cool. >> awesome. >> we know who is going to save christmas for her kids. heather nauert. >> at least for now until they are naughty. >> what is the elf on the shelf? >> yeah, i think he's coming to visit soon. good morning to all of you. i hope you are off to a great friday. a couple of news headlines. a strajic story, a dream vacation ending with two americans dead. 62-year-old joseph am brxt uzzi and william foresythe died. authorities saying it appears they died of natural causes but could not confirm that for sure. the incident adding to the ship's troubled year. in february, there was a
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>> i feel great. very happy. the country is going to be -- you know, it's all about making america great again. that was the theme. we had a big day yesterday as you know with what we did with carrier. 1,100 jobs. 1,100 jobs are now going to stay in this country instead of moving to mexico after they already made a decision. so we're very happy. >> what was your response to president obama and his staff saying, yeah, that was great, but we've done better? >> well, look, that's they will say. it's politics. it's okay. he's been very gracious, very nice. we've had a couple of great calls and meetings, and i very much respect his attitude. he's been very, very nice. >> mitt romney, if you pick him, what can you say to the american public? >> he's been very gracious. don't forget i hit pretty hard before the fact. he's been very nice. we had dinner the other night. there was a good chemistry. really good chemistry with him
and also with president obama. it was amazing. we were supposed to sit down for ten minutes, but ended up being 1 half hours. we had a great talk. we're going to pick our secretary of state. we have some other announcements coming up literally very soon, and people are loving our choices so far. we're going to have an amazing cabinet. >> no more announcements this week you said. what about next week? >> we'll start next week bigly. they will be starting next week bigly. we have tremendous people coming on. we're getting credit for having one of the great cabinets ever picked. these are people of great distinction, great success. negotiating with people. you can't have people who didn't know how to get there. and we have tremendous people joining the cabinet and beyond the cabinet, so you'll be seeing almost all of them next week. >> the thank you america tour, why is that important to you? >> well, we're in ohio and it's
thank you ohio and it's thank you iowa, thank you north carolina, thank you pennsylvania, florida. we have quite a few. wisconsin has been so great. michigan has been so great. you know, we won states, ainsley, that nobody has won for 38 years, and in a couple of cases more than that in terms of the republicans. and as you know, they talked about the great blue wall in the rust belt, right? well, the great blue wall was really busted up pretty badly so we're doing a thank you run just to thank some of the states that we weren't supposed to win and we won really in a landslide in some cases. florida was fantastic. remember we were supposed to lose florida. we have breaking news, donald trump wins florida. trump wins north carolina. pennsylvania. >> ohio. >> ohio. so tonight we're in ohio and we have a wonderful group of people that have been just supporters from the beginning, and we won ohio by ten points which is almost unheard of. it's unheard of for a republican
to win ohio by ten points. we won iowa by more than ten points. we should go back and say a quick thank you. that's what we're doing. >> day one, what are you doing, the wall, obamacare, the repeeling? >> weekend do the wall, we could do some repealing, we're doing to be executive orders that we think were inappropriate. saving those jobs from carrier before i become president makes me more happy. if you would have seen the people in indiana today, 1,100 people are going to have a great christmas, that i can tell you. >> that is right. we heard a breaking news in there, where he was talking about the incoming cabinet, we should know everybody by next week. >> he's moved at a pace -- remember the early criticism, it's in disarray. he's way ahead. >> do you think he sound more presidential now? >> very much so.
you asked about president obama and mitt romney. he's going to be more presidential. wait and see. >> based on his answers, he said listen, i said some bad things about him too. what do you think is going to happen? >> stay tuned. we'll know next week. donald trump speaking with carrier workers face to face after saving 1,100 jobs in indiana. what did they think about his visit? one of the employees joins us live. remember when the cast of "hamilton" lectured vice pr president pence? well, it's happening again and it's in his own neighborhood. it's your tv, take it with you. with directv and at&t, stream live tv anywhere, data-free. join directv today starting at $35/month.
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options, obamacare delivering yet another blow to americans. specifically, in president obama's hometown. patients at the top children's hospital in chicago won't be covered by obamacare next year. this comes as illinois braces for, get this, a 45% rate hike next year, like what we've seen in so many other states as well. plus crime rates in the windy city reaching an all-time high. police reporting a staggering 701 murders this year. the city hasn't seen that many homicides in nearly two decades. that compared to 480 murders in 2015. cops say guns are driving the violence with more than 90% run-related -- gun-related crimes. thankfully the mayor says you are safe in chicago. over to indianapolis. president-elect donald trump addressing the staff at the carrier plant in indiana yesterday after striking a deal with the company to keep more than 1,000 jobs here in america. >> we're going to do great
things for businesses. there's no reason for them to leave anymore because your taxes are going to be at the very, very low end and your unnecessary regulations are going to be gone. we need regulations for safety and environment and things, but most of the regulations are nonsense. >> so what was the reaction to what the president-elect had to say? let's talk to 15-year carrier employee, a guy we talked to yesterday before the trump speech, rick link. rick, welcome back. >> hi, how are you today? >> i'm doing great, but i didn't get to meet the president-elect yesterday and have him in attendance. what did you think about him coming to talk to you all and what did you think of his message? >> it was a strong message. he made a lot of, you know, good points. we are excited that carrier is staying in indianapolis with us. the people in the plant overall was excited that, number one, he was even -- took the time to come to indianapolis, and number two, hey, we've got jobs and
we've got a career ahead of us, just not jobs anyamong any longer but a career ahead of us. >> that's fantastic. it was looking like it was going to be a bleak christmas at the link house, before trump had that announcement? >> definitely tight. it was definitely going to be a tight year, and which it has been since the carrier announcement, you know. we had to cutback, and just look for our priorities of what was important and what wasn't, you know. i've got two kids still at home, and, you know, it's hard to explain to them the difference between wants and needs, and overall, though, you know, now we get to enjoy the job that's still here and income that's going help support my family, so overall, very excited in the link household. >> no kidding. i can understand. i got to ask you about this for the folks who didn't see the interview with you yesterday. you are a lifelong democrat.
you told us yesterday that for the most part the carrier plant, a lot of democrats. it's a union job as well. there were a number of people in attendance yesterday who may not have voted for donald trump, but donald trump saved their jobs yesterday, didn't they? >> yes, he did. he did. some of those nay-sayers before were all excited and hoping to get to shake his hand and it kind of tickled me for the plain fact that i got so much crap from people because i was voting for trump and now he came to indy, he's president-elect. he's going to save our jobs, and now they are all, like, hey, trump, trump, trump. you know, it's a little vindicating and i get to snicker and laugh at these people now. overall, i'm pretty happy with everything that's happened. >> yeah. they didn't vote for donald trump, but now they are on the trump train. real quickly. donald trump yesterday was talking about how he called your boss up on the phone and they worked things out. what do you think that phone call was like and what do you
think he was saying that persuaded ultimately united technologies and carrier to stay in indianapolis? >> you know, i believe that the overall picture is that, you know, he put utc as a company, like, hey, you know, you've got contracts with us, you know, you have bigger things, and any company -- i don't want to say he's going to hold them hostage, but i want to say that -- >> he's negotiating. >> made them think twice. he's a businessman. you know, a lot of people voted against the democratic party because they are tired of politicians and we need this country ran like a business and not career politicians any longer. >> all right. well, rick link has a job, has a career, thanks to donald trump and company. joining us today. you got to go to work now, rick. thank you very much for sharing your thoughts.
>> thank you. >> have a good day and a good weekend and have a great christmas. coming up on this friday, it's a dirty job and he's willing to do it. mike rowe has an outstanding solution for colleges that refuse to fly the american flag. you are going to want to hear this. and an epic show down between the trump and clinton campaigns last night. who came out on top? kellyanne conway or jen palmieri. stay tuned. kellyanne joins us live. ♪ ♪ it's the only cold & flu caplet that has a maximum strength formula with a unique warming sensation you instantly feel. theraflu. for a powerful comeback. new expressmax caplets.
mortem over the election. we hope to have kellyanne conway join us in a few minutes. chris christie wants a new job and it's not the white house or in the garden state. he's making a pitch to lead the republican national committee. christie who was ousted as head of the transition team, he did a full-court press maneuver. do you remember when the cast of "hamilton" lectured and insulted the vice president-elect, mike pence? >> we, sir, we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet -- >> well, it is now happening once again. this time in his own neighborhood. some residents in d.c. are trolling mr. pence with rainbow
flags, criticizing his stance on lgbt issues. he signed the controversial religious freedom restoration act. that allows businesses to decline to serve people if they believe it conflicts with their religious beliefs. >> the tv host, mike rowe, i'll tell you about him. yes, something is going on with mike rowe and we'll tell you about it in just a little bit. okay. it's a tease. he knows a thing or two about dirty jobs but you know, who knows what he knows. just a dirty job. we'll have more in a minute. kellyanne conway, of course, the campaign manager for donald trump. she was at a forum last night at harvard and she joins us right now from boston, we believe. kellyanne, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> so tell us about this event you were invited to. >> well, every four years,
harvard school of government invites the campaign team for the winning campaigns. they also invite the primary candidate campaigns which was really fascinating this year to watch the republican aspireants. the fireworks yesterday really were grounded in the fact that members of the clinton campaign were accusing -- still accusing of things because they are still running the permanent campaign, i suppose, that just isn't true. the idea that we give a platform to certain people in this campaign. the idea that it's james comey's fault why she lost. i was making the point to them it's time for them to do what president obama and secretary clinton has done which is respect the election results. not talk about a rigged system or the popular vote. we won fairly and squarely by mr. trump getting 306 electoral
votes. you need 270. that road ran through some pretty blue states, michigan, pennsylvania and wisconsin. i understand that they are angry. i understand that some of them are bitter but they made it very personal last night. >> yeah, they did. >> i went to the kennedy school. i've been to the institute of politics, seen forums like this, they are almost always very civil. >> until last night. >> so we'll play a little bit of exchange to get you to react to that specifically. >> okay. >> i would rather lose than win the way you guys did. >> no, you wouldn't. >> yes. >> no, you won. >> that's very clear. no, you wouldn't, respectfully. do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a flat form. are you going to look me in the face and tell me that. >> it did. >> do you think you could have had a decent message for the white working class voters? do you think this woman who has nothing in common with anybody, how about it's hillary clinton? she doesn't connect with people
many how about they have nothing in common with her? >> it kind of sounds like they -- you have depicted it perfectly. historically these have been civil conversations but it was not civil yesterday. they were attacking you viciously. they sound like maybe this is just what i feel, but they sound like sore losers, kellyanne? >> there is a bit of that in the air, and, look, most of it was civil. it was a conversation about the mechanics and the messaging and the road to 270, but i think some people are stuck in the permanent campaign and not really past the anger, grief and denial stages and into the acceptance stages but that's okay, because we won and yesterday in indianapolis people got a taste of what it's going to be in a trump-pence trags. we are open for business and he make good on his campaign promises to help american jobs stay in america. he's already doing that before he's even inaugurated. >> kellyanne, last night, donald trump was at the thank you america tour in cincinnati and
the crowd went crazy for him and he got out there and he didn't tell any of the media that he was going to announce this. he gets out on stage and he announces that general mattis is going to be the secretary of defense and he says don't tell anyone. he said my staff is going to be so mad at me for doing this. you all had no clue that he was going to do that and that was your reaction? >> we did not have a clue that he would do that at that moment, i didn't anyway. that's okay. i have an ongoing clue that he's a very unconventional president-elect and he's a master communicator and master connecter with people, ainsley, so he felt a moment was right. he had already obviously offered the position. it was accepted to general mattis. it's such a great pick to have a general at the department of defense, at the pentagon at a time when voters are saying to donald trump make good on this mandate that we've given you, that we've got strength through -- we've got peace through strength around the world. america first. it's a fabulous pick and this is
the way donald trump communicates with people. he doesn't need to have a press release and press conference, he doesn't need to stand there with general mattis necessarily. that will all come in due time. he did it the way he ooubl does. his way, his timeline. >> in the interview he did with ainsley yesterday, he said by the end of the next week we'll have most of the names. the main horse race is secretary of state and a couple of nights ago here in midtown manhattan, donald trump sat down with ri s reince priebus and had dinner with mitt romney. you weighed in on the mitt romney choice this past weekend. do you feel still feel the way? >> this is donald trump's decision to make. everyone knows all of that. all of us will respect and
support enthusiastically what decision he makes. i was trying to reflect the grassroots. i said it before, they just feel that mitt romney was very disloyal to donald trump. very specific and scathing in his criticisms during the primary, and also there are other people who are very qualified that have been interviewed for this position. we publicly have said there are probably four people right now that have been the narrowed down choices, includes general petraeus and senator bob corker from tennessee. obviously governor romney is still in the mix. obviously, rudy giuliani. it can't be rushed because some in the media who think he should be forming a cabinet at that house. it's an important decision. the other thing the president-elect will do is take the counsel of the people who are already on his national security team to help guide this decision but ultimately it's his decision and we all know that. >> he said a lout more noux will
come next week. where did the idea to come from to say hey we're going to project back on to the people a thank you? obviously the president-elect thrives in that environment and what does it say about the type of president that he will be? >> it's a great question, pete. the answer is the idea was his and he oversees all of those details in that he knows he's not on the campaign trail anymore. these are no the traditional campaign rallies where you are asking people to vote for you, you are going through your ten-point plan. really it is to go back and thank people. as president, you are going to see him actively engaging with the american people where they live. some presidents don't like to get out of washington, d.c. much to do that. i was struck by a couple of articles when president obama was on the trail for secretary clinton, an article would say he hasn't been in the state since 2012. wow, how can that be? that's not going to happen with president trump. he wants to go where the people are and as you can see people
love seeing their president in their midst, showing up and doing things. he's going to go back to some of those states that put him over the top. people are really excited about it. he gets oxygen from the people. he famously enjoys, you know, the company of everyday workers and the forgotten man and woman, he gave such voice to in his campaign. that tells you how his administration will run as well. >> you believe him. and steve had an interview with a guy from carrier. i got a little tickled because everybody gave me grief for supporting trump and now they are all trump, trump, trump. >> this is about bringing americans together and getting results. next week you'll perhaps see more of the cabinet take form and the president-elect and vice president-elect will continue to do what they have been doing
probably 75 or 80 people now they have had in to speak with them about their advice, their counsel, their experiences, their vision for the country, some of whom end up in the cabinet. some of whom are there to offer up the advice or take other positions in the administration. some who are just happy to actually give that advice and that counsel. he will still continue to talk to world leaders. there are some other world leaders on the schedule. that's probably up to 45 or so now, world leaders he's either met with or talked with over the phone. you can expect that to continue. >> all right. very good. busy week ahead of him. as do you. >> be careful. watch your six. >> we love you on. before the top of the hour. >> i see him out of the corner of my eye. there he is. >> he's back. tucker carlson is going to continue the conversation about kellyanne conway's showdown with
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i would rather lose than win the way you guys did. >> no, you wouldn't. that's very clear. no, you wouldn't, respectfully. do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform? are you going to look me in the face and tell me that? do you think this woman who has nothing in common, you telling me -- how about it's hillary clinton? she doesn't connect with people. how about they have nothing in common with her? >> after every presidential
election, for decades, harvard has had a postmortem and tucker carlson joins us. it has always been civil until yesterday when the clinton campaign attacked kellyanne conway. >> and gen palmieri has clearly bought into the story line that they all now believe this was a moral contest. a contest between good and virtuious people and evil people. they believe they are on the good and virtuious side. one, the democrats believe that anyone who disagrees with them is evil and two, they haven't actually thought through what happened. they learned nothing. they believe that trump got elected because america is racist. boy, that's not the right conclusion. >> you look at them, and they just -- they blew a great big pile of dough in losing. >> and clearly they haven't learned because we saw that with
nancy pelosi. they reelected her. >> yeah, imagine -- if you and i are arguing about an issue, i would think, you know, i really like ainsley but she's just wrong on that issue, but if the debate is over who is going to heaven, then i look at you, ainsley is not a good person. it is a deep and unbridgeable divide once you start framing politics in moral terms. >> i agree. let's don't have that conversation. i want to go to heaven. >> i'm just saying they actually think that america is a bad country, filled with evil, racist people and that's why trump got elected. >> whoa. >> look at keith ellison, the nomination to the dnc. this is a democratic left wing party, the right is all evil, we're going further left. >> the irony alarm goes off. keith ellison called for a separate african-american state.
what is the democratic party? it was the farmer and the working class. now it's black lives matter and bernie sanders. >> folding into all of this casserole. >> the clinton casserole. >> the recount -- >> i found a hair in mine. >> oh! >> that is so wrong on so many levels. >> the recount, ultimately being the goal there is to leave the stain on the beginning of the presidency of donald trump. >> i think so, but i also believe that a lot of democrats believe that the underlying charge is true, which is that russian agents somehow gotahold of voting machines in rural wisconsin, michigan, and pennsylvania and tampered with them though they are not connected to the internet. it's either the russians or people are racist. >> cameras back there, not here.
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and that person was saying for months that there's no way that donald trump can break the blue wall, right? we didn't break it. we shattered that sucker. >> remember he's talking about somebody whose analyze on television and he pointed out to the dishonest media with all the cameras out there. the crowd went wild. they realized that mainstream
media had been in the tank for hillary. >> they were wild because he was enjoying himself. he loved this and it's wonderful to watch something. he was right. i was sitting with two reporters and they said i don't think he should be going there. really, because they were totally wrong. >> why? >> because it's them. it's their business, right? >> it's a natural reflex. they can't help it. >> it's not just the press. it was the analysis. there was so much advocacy posing as social science. people pushing their views but under the cloak of factual analysis. people who were not really just wrong but also dishonest were analyzing this election for a year and a half. the rest of us had to sit there and say, okay, you know what you are talking about. they had no idea what they were talking about. yet, they still have their jobs. they should be selling aluminum siding. they have no right to keep their jobs after how wrong they were and how dishonest they were and a lot of things i don't are
agree with what that trump says, but this thing i agree with completely. he's right. >> it's such an interesting election because he really beat the mainstream media. people were frustrated. if he loses, mainstream media, every channel out there, they have been in the tank for hillary and he loses, it's their fault. >> they were also dumb. it's not like the top 25% princeton gone into journalism, they go into finance. it's very frustrating. >> they have a lot of self-righteousness. >> one thing they know is we're better than you. >> donald trump has been going over the heads of media by using twitter and having a big event like that. >> and announcing general mattis, not to the media, not the people. >> that would be mad dog mattis. >> tucker, you've got 11 hours and 25 minutes to prepare. >> i'm ready, man. >> happy friday. >> steve. >> you are my favorite. >> you all are my favorite. coming up, it's a dirty job
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that person was saying for months that there's no way that donald trump can break the blue wall, right? we didn't break it. we shattered that sucker. we shattered it. we will construct a great wall at the border. we're going to drain the swamp of corruption. buy american and hire american. we're going to do it it ourselves. it's time to remove the rust from the rust belt. i'm asking you to believe in america once again. we have many challenges, but this is truly an exciting time
to be alive. there's been no time like it. the script is not yet written. there they were last night. at the u.s. bank arena in cincinnati. stop one in the thank you america campaign. oh, wait, the campaign is over. >> tour. >> no, it's going to go on. i got a feeling for the next four years. >> he was there to say thank you so much for your votes. i have not forgotten you and we are going to make america great again. >> they are. and you could tell, he was loving it. feeding the crowd. >> he loves these rallies. he was in his element, no doubt. >> we're hoping geraldo rivera was watching. were you watching? >> i was. i'm very proud of the way he has conducted himself as president-elect. it's been with dignity. there is, you know, only a minimum of gloating. there is more pride.
>> you would have gloetd more. >> i'm telling you after pulling off the biggest political upset, i would have gloated more than he has. i'm totally in favor of every one of his cabinet positions. i think mad dog mattis is a brilliant choice. we've interviewed him in theater. he's a biting general. a warrior monk. not only will he know how to conduct war and he will get the bureaucrats in line and trim the nonfighting aspect of it. >> if -- since you brought up mad dog, unless you are a marine, don't tell anybody. >> what did you make of just the fact that -- did you first of all, to ainsley point, it was a
thank you, thank you for voting for me, at the time kind of, since he hasn't had a press conference in a while, it reminded folks of what he hopes to get done as quickly as he possibly can, and, in fact, yesterday, even before becoming president, he save 1,100 jobs. >> that was fantastic. first, let me congratulate our best-selling author in the middle of the curvy couch. and also her excellent interview with the president-elect. i thought it was very informative and it was great to see him in that mood, reflective but till triumphant. i think he's moving in exactly the right direction. the carrier thing, it may be symbolic in the big picture, but to the 1,100 families or so directly affected, it's going to make as you've been reporting all morning a very, very happy holiday. in terms of how he is moving forward, remember all the stories of disarray and disruption and anarchy and the transition is in chaos and all the rest of it, and it turns out
he's ahead of schedule in terms of historic comparison. >> very organized. >> and his selections are great. i personally would really be in favor of governor mitt romney being selected as secretary of state, but i think, you know, the other -- you can't go wrong with the quartet that he has as prospective choices. i think it would be a great thing to reach out -- it would certainly heal the gop in terms of being the establishment in with the trump wing. it's trump's party. he can define it as he will. so far, he has put people at ease. that's the most important thing. the office has the constraints of tradition and history and just as i thought would happen and we spoke about it many mornings and the office is a moderating force, the edge is off. i like the way he did not say lock her up. >> the crowd did. >> well, he didn't go for it. he didn't --
>> he didn't take the bait. >> while there was obviously exuberance in his triumph. >> he changed the nature of what a modern presidency is looking like before our eyes. last night, he talked about national security and not just mad dog mattis but also some of the policies he will execute as president. here's a little bit of what he had to say last night about the war on terror and we'll get you to respond to it. >> we don't need san bernardino, we don't need another orlando. we don't need another world trade center. we don't need paris. you look at paris. you look at nice. you look all over the world. look what's happening to germany. we don't need that folks. we have enough problems, believe me. your state has just experienced a violent atrocity at the great ohio state university that further demonstrates the security threats that are created, stupidly created by our
very, very stupid politicians, refugee programs. >> so he's not backing down on something like that refugees and extreme vetting. what do you make of this? >> first of all, my mother-in-law and father-in-law are buckeyes from ohio state. i was in ohio when this incident, this violent incident happened on campus. so it hit us kind of close to home there. i think the problem i have with the -- and i totally get that one of the reasons he is president-elect is that he understood far better than i how advice -- viseral it is. remember when brexit just happened and he was out on his golf course. >> 15 minutes earlier. >> and he said my election will be like brexit. people are so upset and unsettled by the changing nature of our countries, immigration coming in and changing the
demographic nature and religion and race and so forth. the only thing i urge, and this is the caution, you reported earlier this morning, steve, that over 700 people had been killed in the city of chicago this year alone, far surpassing the 400-odd who had been killed in 2015. of the 700, zero, as far as i know, were committed by a refugee. zero. that's not our crime problem. it's an infinite similar mall percentage. to the reality on the groeg -- ground. >> it's an ideological enemy trying to infiltrate us. >> i don't deny that at all. but i submit to you that the inner city gangbanger doing, you know, fighting a rival drug dealer is far more severe a
problem for the united states than the ideological war. >> you are conflating. trump said he would address that too. >> there are two different issues. >> but there are 3 1/4 of a million refugees beginning with the somalians beginning a decade and a half ago. there are three acts arguably being called terror, including what happened on the ohio state university campus. to keep it in perspective, remember the jews in world war ii and the ship of fools. we didn't let the jews of europe come into this country on the eve of world war ii for the same reasons we didn't know who was hidden among them who could disrupt. we can't let that -- >> the jews you are talking about facing ovens. know from o they were the other and we excluded it. we excluded it. we kept them out because they
were the refugees and they were -- for the same kind of -- i used the term already, viseral reasons. we have to be careful that we are not that place. that place that excludes, the tired huddled masses yearning to breathe free. >> they want to be safe. they want jobs. >> extreme vetting is the way to go. trump is right about that. >> extreme vetting is not exclusion. >> it's extreme, though. >> it's extreme. >> and so is geraldo rivera. that's why he's on every friday. >> thank you. heather has some headlines for you. good morning. we always have great debates here at fox news. kmorng -- good morning to all of you. a dream vacation ends in tragedy for two americans now dead. 62-year-old joseph abruzzi and 65-year-old william forsythe. one on tuesday and one on wednesday. authorities say it appears they
died of natural causes but they could not confirm that for sure. that incident now adds to the ship's troubled year. back in february, there was a massive norovirus outbreak on that ship and before that they were battling 30-foot waves in a storm. and a former nfl player shot dead after a road rage incident. police saying he was standing outside of his car arguing with a man who opened fire. it comes one year after former saints player will smith was gunned down in a road rage incident in new orleans. will they have anything left? that's what so many families will be looking for today. as they head home for the first time in nearly a week after massive wild fires tore through tennessee. this morning, a ray of hope from
dolly parton. she's now promising $1,000 a month for six months for each family affected. >> we want to provide a hand up to all of those families that have lost everything in the fires. i know it's been a trying time for my people and this assistance will help. >> yeah, it sure will. 11 people are now dead in that fire. it's the worst fire to hit the state in 100 years. and tv host, mike rowe, he knows a thing or two about dirty jobs but it's college kids burning our american flag that has him disgusted today. rowe taking to facebook to slam the hypocrisy of those students who accept federal loans saying that they will quote happily take money from a country whose flag they despise. those students should educate themselves that no country on the planet affords its citizens more liberty than this one and then he went on to say kids, don't play with matches. >> he's got a good point.
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staff petitioned to have the campus declared a sanctuary campus. work with police to minimize i.c.e. enforcement, legal support for undocumented students and add courses on the undocumented experience. >> interesting. one georgia state lawmaker says no chance. >> i know how to pronounce his name. it's state representative earl earhardt. thanks for joining us. what's happening in the state of georgia there and how is it related to emory? >> it's the concept of a sanctuary campus. i call them pacifier us. we have a law against sanctuary cities and i guess we need a law against sanctuary campuses and as a simple equation. if you don't follow the law, the state funds aren't going to follow you. it's millions of dollars.
research grants, scholarships for these students. on a federal law, it's other grants and if they don't want to participate in the laws of this country, then they can't participate in the tax laws that bring funds to them. >> you are saying these universities in georgia accept money and you as a legislature have a disability -- have the ability to decide where it goes. the university of emory hasn't yet decided whether they are going to follow this. they put out a statement saying they follow all federal laws and policies and will continue to do this. they are evaluating the petition in an inclusive process to determine how best to serve those in our community whose immigration status may be put at risk. the petition is students, at pacifier u wanting that. how likely that your law passes and will the schools follow it. >> i'm very sanguine about the
passage of the law. it's a very simple equation for most people. don't spend my tax money on these wanting, crying students who can't accept the reality of the laws in this country. don't blame the lawmakers for the laws that they pass that you don't want tole no. if you don't to follow a speeding law when i want to get to work faster, i'm going to pay a ticket. if you don't want to follow the laws in georgia or in our national stat tuesday -- statutes, then you won't gain the tax money that supports those. >> sure. is it a little disheartening representing the state of georgia? because it's such a conservative state, or always traditionally razr has been, what are your thoughts that emory university seems to be going more liberal in the state than your constituents would want? >> it's a private university. they can make private choices. it is disheartening. this is the same place where the chalk happened that these students need play-dough and
puppies when somebody chalked trump's name on the sidewalk. we're raising a generation of millennial students who not going to be able to function in a real world. maybe we should take some of jill stein's recount money and give it to hillary and she can send her to her supporters for a participation trophy. the world is not a safe space. they are not going to get a job when they get out of school. >> play-dough, puppies and pacifi pacifiers. >>. an epic showdown between the trump and clinton campaigns last night at harvard kennedy school of government. who came out on top? kellyanne conway or jen palmieri. >> judge jeanine is joining us on the curvy couch next to react. it's easy to love your laxative...
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station. they are blaming it on a malfunction. you think so? deck the falls, niagara falls shining just as bright. bold bursts of colors. the new lights are energy efficient and they are expected to last 25 years. >> who wants to replace those light bulbs. >> when i went to visit, they have the lights behind it. >> they do? >> it's very pretty. >> thsr things are getting heated between the trump and clinton campaign postmortem. >> i would rather lose than win the way you guys did. >> do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform? >> it did. >> are you going to look me in the face? >> it did. do you think you could had have a decent message for the white working class voters? do you think this woman -- how about it's hillary clinton, she doesn't connect with people.
how about they have nothing in common with her? >> that was that harvard institute of politics. does that proof that the democrats don't want to accept the real reason they lost. >> somebody should have been there as a referee. judge jeanine pirro is the host of judge jeanine. >> nobody thought turning the obama ship around was going to be easy but we never thought that they would be so retrosp t retrospective that they would have to create this narrative that we wouldn't want to win the way you won. why did we win? you won because you are white supreme sifts? no really, no. we want -- we won because we had a terrific candidate and they had a candidate that should have been indicted 86 times. i will leave that alone and i will not be retro peck sieve --
retrospective. they are continuing to go down the road with nancy pelosi who lost and los every time as a majority leader -- minority leader. so now we've got keith ellison and the mess that he's gon got in the past has opined that we should have a separate nation for african-americans out of the united states. i mean, where are these people going? now what we've got to do is understand and just promote that we've got a great president. he's bringing jobs back. he's got energy. he's instilling hope. he's working 24-7. this is a man who says what he means and means what he says. >> there are some people that voted for hillary that have said -- that i'm heard them say i'm going to give them a chance, then there's that other part, they are furious and we had kellyanne conway she said the clinton camp is still bitter. >> the fireworks yesterday really were grounded in the fact that members of the clinton
campaign were accusing -- still accusing of things because they are still running the permanent campaign i suppose that just aren't true. the idea that we give a platform to certain people in the campaign, the idea that it's james comey's fault that's hillary clinton has been in politics for decades. we won fairly and squarely and that road ran through some pretty blue states like michigan, pennsylvania, and wisconsin. i understand that they are angry. i understand some of them are bitter, but they made it very personal last night. >> it was very personal. >> it was very personal, and that's the difference. what you are seeing is the democrats who have never been able to tolerate republicans and what it is that we believe in, like the constitution, and if they think that our candidate won for reasons that have to do with jobs, the economy, and the
fundamental freedoms that the constitution requires then they can't deal with that, therefore we have to be evil, we have to be hateful people, we have to be racist. that is their narrative. >> what does that say about the future of the democratic party? >> they are really on a down turn and the point is with keith ellison, nancy pelosi, they don't have a future and all you have to do is watch donald trump last night to know that america is going to love this man, and he said it. i will be presidential. i will bring america back. i will bring back hope. jobs. we're qog to be -- going to be proud. the military is going to be strong again. cops are going to be protected in the sense that they will have what they need to fight crime. >> he's going to make america great again. we watched him last night and we watch you this week. >> you are. and what we're going to talk about is what's going on in the electorate. we've got a lot of great guests,
including reince priebus who is his new chief of staff and a lot of surprises for you. street justice too which is always fun. >> reens preeb bus was loyal. >> they was loyal. >> coming up, i posed this question to president-elect donald trump last night. >> day one, what are you going to do? the wall, obamacare? >> what did he say? >> more from the exclusive interview coming up next. plus the internet flocked a very serious -- locked in a very serious debate. how would a giraffe tie a neck tie? up high or down low. we're going straight to the source. we're live at the dallas zoo. we'll hear wrch a giraffe will tie a neck tie. >> what a beautiful creature. look at that. ♪ so basically we have two production options... hey guys, i gotta call you back.
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and make america great again. thank you very much. thank you ohio, thank you! ♪ donald trump in attendance last night at the u.s. bank arena there in cincinnati. he was just coming back from indiana where he stopped by the carrier plant to a hero's welcome where he helped save 1,100 jobs and there at the arena he was essentially saying for all you folks who voted for me in ohio and across the country, thank you. >> indeed. first stop in a thank you tour. something unprecedented for a president-elect to do. a man of the people out there and you can tell he was in his element enjoying it. you were with him. >> he does love those rallies. when that last debate was over, he was like whew, i get to do the things i love and that's go out to the people. i got to talk to him before he went out on stage. take a look. >> i feel great.
i'm very happy. the country is going to be -- you know, it's all about making america great again. that was the theme. we had a big day yesterday, as you know, with what we did with carrier. 1,100 jobs, 1,100 jobs are staying in this country and not mexico. we're very happy. >> what was your response to president obama and his staff saying yeah, that was great, and we've done better? >> look, that's what they will say. it's politics. it's okay. he's been very gracious. he's been very nice. we've had a couple of great calls and meetings, and i very much respect his attitude. he's been very nice. >> mitt romney, if you do pick him, what can you say to the american people? >> he's been very gracious. don't forget i hit mitt pretty hard also before the fact, i understand how it all works, but he's been very, very nice. we had dinner the other night. it was great. it was actually a good chemistry. it was a good chemistry with him
and with president obama. there was -- we were supposed to sit down for ten minutes, we ended up an hour and a half keeping everybody waiting. we had a great talk and so i don't know. we'll see what happens. we're going to pick our secretary of state. we have some other announcements coming literally very soon and people are loving our choices so far. we're going to have an amazing cabinet. >> no more announcements this week you said. what about next week? >> next week being bigly. we have some that we have next week bigly. we have some tremendous people, tremendous people that are coming on. we're getting credit for having wonderfully great cabinets ever picked. people of great distinction and success which is what you need. you can't have people who didn't know how to get there. and we have tremendous people joining the cabinet and beyond the cabinet. so you'll be seeing almost all of them next week. >> the thank you america tour. why is that important to you? >> well, we're in ohio, and it's thank you ohio, and it's thank you iowa, thank you north
carolina, thank you pennsylvania, florida. we have quite a few. wisconsin has been so great. michigan has been so great. you know, we won states ainsley that nobody has won for 38 years and in a couple of cases more than that in terms of the republicans. as you know, they talked about the great blue wall in the rust belt, right. well, the great blue wall was really busted up pretty badly, and so we're doing a thank you run just to thank some of the states that we weren't supposed to win and we won really in a landslide in some cases. florida was task. remember we were supposed to lose florida. we have breaking news, donald trump wins florida. trump wins north carolina. pennsylvania. >> ohio. >> tonight we're in ohio and we have a wonderful group of people who have been supporters from the beginning and we won ohio by almost 10 points which is unheard of it. it's unheard of for a republican to win by 10 points. we won iowa by more than 10
points. we've had some great victories. i said we should go back and just say a quick thank you and that's what we're doing. >> day one, what are you going to do? the wall, obamacare, repeal? >> we could do the wall. we're going to do some repealing, we're going to do some executive orders that we think are inappropriate. we're going to be working very hard and i got a kick, i didn't think of it, but saving carrier and all those jobs before i become president makes me, i guess, maybe even a little bit more happy, but if you would have seen the people of indiana today, 1,100 people are going to have a great christmas, that i can tell you. >> and he's right about that. so right after that he went out on stage and he addressed the many people there at the arena. rallies are expected in pennsylvania, in florida, north carolina, michigan, state of iowa as well. and i would imagine, though, they will all be like that. filled to the capacity, to the rafters with people who love his message and that's one of reasons why going up to the election he thought the polls
were wrong because he looked out, you know, hillary clinton winding up with 200 people at an event and i've got 25,000 people right here. how could i go wrong? >> you were there with him. what was your take away? >> i thought he founded -- sounded very presidential. he seemed much more presidential because he said i was -- i was asking about what do you think about the obama administration, what they are saying, and he was very complimentary of president obama which maybe ten months ago that wouldn't have been the case. >> same thing with hillary clinton. a couple of times during the speech and said normally this is where i say who is to blame for this. >> he did say i lot of bad things about mitt romney too. maybe he's telling us they are going to work together. >> the internet locked in a very serious debate. very serious. how would a giraffe wear a neck tie. >> i have a strong opinion. >> this morning, we're going
straight to the source. we're live at the dallas zoo with that giraffe right there. >> and right now rick reichmuth what are you doing? he's under the feet, above the ground, i don't like that shot, getting ready to go over the side of a building. >> rick, why are you doing this? explain it to america? >> no, i can't even look. >> that jump was just was just to scare you a little bit is, but i'm all tied in. getting ready. michael says he got me covered, but we're going over the edge here this wall coming up in a couple minutes. you don't want to miss it. "fox & friends" will be right back. you wouldn't believe what's in this kiester. a farmer's market. a fire truck. even a marching band. and if i can get comfortable talking about this kiester, then you can get comfortable using preparation h. for any sort of discomfort in yours. preparation h. get comfortable with it.
he vaps the guy outside the head. the country star hit the heckler in the head. all of this unfolded during a concert that took place in nashville. that show by the way was raising money for veterans. classic novel yanked from libraries in one school district after one parent's complaint. a virginia outraged that her biracial son had to read huckel berry finn and how to kill a mockingbird because of racial slurs. the internet is having a very, very serious debate right now and it's getting pretty heated. are you ready for this, guys? how should a giraffe wear a neck tie? >> oh, my goodness. only the deepest thinkers are pondering this question today. it all started when this meme was tweeted out. when zbi ji ratifies go to work, do you think that they put the
tie at the top or the bottom of their necks? asking for a friend. it's time to get to the bottom. >> wait a minute, giraffes go to work? they do at the dallas zoo. we have the vice president of guest relations with sean green with a giraffe. we called you up yesterday because this is lighting up the internet. where would the giraffe wear their neck tie? up high or down low? >> it's an interesting question. in my 25 years of working with zoos, i never thought there would be a day where i would be answering that question. that is a 15-foot giraffe behind me, tobogo. we did a poll. if you want it anatomically correct according to humans, it would be at the bottom according to their shoulders. to give you an example, look at this one right here, we
demonstrated right here what it would look like. >> up high. we think it should be down low. >> if it's a casual workplace, you got to loosen the tie and it falls down. >> what casual place do giraffes work at? >> that's the point. i know. these are fascinating creatures. >> you said it was split. what's the argument for the top of the neck? >> well, they think it's more fashionable. this is a guy who wears khaki every day. i don't know. honestly, the bottom is where we will typically wear it right here. up top it might be more fashionable, what i can tell you is these guys have a six-foot long neck. this one is 15-foot tall and certainly they have a pattern on them that's unlike anything else. every giraffe has a different pattern, so one of the things you have to avoid with ties with paisley, because it will clash. >> sean, also, this is an
esoteric discussion because if a giraffe were to wear a neck tie, what would they do with the neck tie? they would eat it, right? >> well, yeah. that's why i didn't wear one kae. i had this dream last night he was going to grab my tie and pull me over the fence. i got it right here. literally, if we wore it up high on us, it would be hanging off our chin, so it looks a little better right here on the lower vertebrae. isn't this a magnificent animal? >> unbelievable. beautiful. thank you. only on "fox & friends" would we book a giraffe to answer the question. >> i could watch that giraffe all day long. >> take that he weren't internet. we have an answer for you. >> it's split. it's a "fox & friends." for seven years, rick reichmuth has been going down the side of that building. he's about to rappel down the side of a 22-story building. it's going to happen on the
other side of this break. >> on the other side of this building. >> meanwhile, on top of this building is bill hemmer's studio. what floor are you on? >> 12. by the way, paisley went out 12erings yes, i do. >> not brad paisley. >> if you are a giraffe, it's fine. >> donald trump in front of the people, where he loves to be, it showed last night. the trump prepresidency is tearing up the old playbook. an epic war of words, we have the audio from harvard yesterday, it reveals just the raw emotion that is still contained in the results in this election. on a friday, martha and i will see you in 12 minutes top of the hour. big show right here. we'll see you then. ooh boy. but, you've got hum. so you can set this. and if she drives like this, you can tell her to drive more like this. because you'll get this. you can even set boundaries for so if she should be here, but instead goes here, here, or here.
this segment has become an annual tradition right here on "fox & friends." >> indeed it has. rick reichmuth is up on the roof. >> up on the roof ♪ >> he's testing the ropes for santa before the heights and lights tree lighting. >> he joins us live from stamford, connecticut. you are one brave fella. >> all right, rick. good luck. >> i'm getting instructions from him and talking to you. i found the best way to do this is to not think about it happening at all and about four or five seconds ago, i realized this was happening, and then it feels -- this one, okay. it feels very different. oh, man. >> it's always that first step, season it? >> how are you feeling right now? >> it's about -- not great. not great. not great. it's more than the first step, i'll be honest with you. it's about like the first 100 steps or so. >> and rick -- >> oh, my gosh.
>> oh, my goodness. look at that. >> what? >> rick, there are cars underneath you. wow. >> does it get any easier every year or is it the same feeling of fear? >> i got to be honest with you. this does not change. it doesn't get any easier, it doesn't get any better, it doesn't feel any better. i got brandon and brian. brian runs this event for us. he plays santa claus on sunday night at the event. what time, brian? >> sunday night right after it gets dark. we usually go off at the start of the program at 5:10, lots of kids. get here about 4:00 if you want good seating and we look forward to seeing you. it's a great time. >> and brian cashman, i always try to get you 300 feet up in the air and see if you can give us some yankee news, break some news. last couple of years, you act like nothing is happening and at about 11:00 in the morning, some big announcement is made.
>> we're always working, even on the building, but right now i think we're safe. we're still working through this new cva. we're trying to understand what the new world order is. >> now that the mets are taking over new york, how are you feeling about that? >> whoa! i got some scissors here. they have had a nice run. we're rising back in the picture to get back where they want to be. we had a great youth movement going on and i think our fan base are really excited about the future. >> i haven't looked down yet. anybody want to tell me we're almost there. >> not yet. we're not halfway down yet. >> when do we do the jump-off. >> do some of those now. we love those. >> lined up. right there. >> can we get a little farther down before we do tricks? >> no, we got to do them now, rick. >> look at brian.
he's really comfortable. you are doing a great job. did you ever talk to your mom? >> no, i haven't talked to my mom. she's in arizona too. >> rick is leading the pack. all right. let's -- >> whoa -- sidewinder. >> oh. >> now, it's time for the rope dangling process. >> we're going to ask you land on the other side of the break. >> be safe. >> all right. hopefully. >> oh, ouch. >> broadcast professionals. professional. ♪ ♪ ♪ remember when christmas was magical? let's get back there. at bass pro shops' santa's wonderland. where kids can get a free picture with santa. and you can save big on great gifts.
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oh. >> once again, rick, thank you very much. >> well-done, rick. >> you're a brave man. have a great weekend everyone. thanks for watching. bill: thanks, guys. on a friday, good morning, everybody, taking a victory lap in classic trump style. this was a throwback to three weeks ago. a throwback to a campaign that lasted more than a year-and-a-half. donald trump firing up the crowd in cincinnati what he says is just a preview what is still to come. >> this is the moment, this is our chance. this is our window for action. this is the hour when the great deeds can be done. we're going to do it, folks. bill: that was a major theme from last night. as we go through that, we look forward. good morning, everybody, it is friday. i'm bill hemmer. we made it. martha: we don't get to come back tomorrow? you never know, right. good morning everybody. good morning, bill i'm martha