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december 4th, i'm abby huntsman. we have our first look inside the warehouse that went up in flames leaving dozens dead. why there is a chance all of prevented. and forget mitt and forget rudy. apparently there is a new name in the running for secretary of state. the one person just added to that short list that has all of us on the couch this morning talking. and after duping her donors out of $7 million, green party candidate jill stein said she can't afford the $1 million fee for the recount. jill, where did all that money go? we'll dive into it because "fo x
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& friends" starts right now. ♪ don't stop believing hold on to that feeling ♪ >> want to start their morning with a little bit of journey. >> take a nice little walk. >> when it's windy here in new york. >> i didn't bring my coat, of course, and my producer said we're going to be outside because we have horses and kids. you never know what you will find on this show. >> we brought our slippers, you can at least wear those. >> slipper sunday. start getting your photos in. a lot of news to get to starting with that fire that we reported yesterday morning. fox news alert. the latest on that dance club dance trap. officials fear up to 40 people may be done after a packed
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oakland california warehouse party. right now nine people are confirmed killed. 5 are still missing. >> terrific. the man behind the warehouse speaking out for the first time after debris trapped nearly 100 par partygoers. >> will live in los angeles with the latest. >> crews have been working overnight trying to find more victims and they tell us it could take days but when they're done the death toll could be close to 40 people. one of the most deadly fires in california history and broke out friday night inside of a collective warehouse. a space where artists gather to work together. there is a disagreement over whether the people lived inside of the building. we don't know the cause of the fire. we do know that it broke out fast and spread quickly inside of the warehouse. it was a litteral tinder box
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with furniture. >> it was inferno. it was just a blazing fire that just -- the flames were coming out of the windows. i didn't see very many people come out at all. just the people that world already outside. that is what really, really bothered me. just not seeing anybody come out. in a way the building was burning. yeah, it was scary. it was a scary sight. >> authorities say the neighbors had filed a number of complaints against the building and they add that people should not have been living there. the warehouse did not have a permit for the concert that was taking place on friday night. we also learned it only had a makeshift staircase built from palettes and plywood and did not have a working sprinkler system. the man ran the space "ghost ship" posted on facebook a dream
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filled with opulence and hope. no mention of the victims as families wait for more bodies to be found. guys, back to you. >> wow. tragic story. >> thank you, will. >> horrible story. >> he wakes up and posts that on facebook. meanwhile, we want to talk about these recounts. what will happen with the green party recounts. jill stein launching from the green party launching these recounts in multiple states, wisconsin, pennsylvania, michigan. and now we're learning this morning, you know, she was reading, getting all these donations to carry out this recount and now dropping the bid because we don't have the money to continue with the pennsylvania recount. what in the world is going on? >> a lot of people were calling this from the very beginning a huge scam and wonder what the point of this was and asking people for money and now looks like they were toteoally duped,
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pete. >> they raised $7 million for the recount. now, remember this, jill stein got 0.8% of the vote in pennsylvan pennsylvania. one of the states where they were doing the recount is, of course, pennsylvania. what it takes to get the recount to happen requires some money. they raised $7 million. so, this is what -- what happened, however, the state of pennsylvania said, you got to pay your $1 million fee to cover the cost and this is what the green party had to say about it right here. this is what jill stein said about paying $1 million with $7 million in the bank. petitioners are regular citizens of ordinary means and they cannot afford the $1 million bond required by court. >> they say they're going to continue to fight. hold a press conference at trump tower. what is she going to do there, again? an effort to try to raise more money? >> to your point, what are trying to do? a recount in other places?
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wisconsin. >> wisconsin, michigan. >> but even if that recount in some of those places came back in hillary clinton favor, does that change the situation at all? that's what i don't understand. >> no. that is the question asked of jill stein. especially if the clinton camp has backed off of this and doesn't have much interest in supporting this. take a listen to what she said her reason was about launching this. >> that's the thing about hacking into our voting system. the democratic party database hacked in to. we saw private e-mails hacked into and we saw the voter database hacked in to in arizona, illinois. that's proven. >> wouldn't you agree in order to hack into something, you have to be connected to the internet. >> i'm not talking about the election system. i'm talking about a voter database. >> wait a second. we just got some breaking news and this may sway the election
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because of what happened in wisconsin. they have uncovered three more votes for hillary clinton in wisconsin and five more votes for donald trump. >> that's putting him two points ahead. >> further ahead. or it evens out. this could change everything. >> since they need tens of thousa thousands, they nabbed two. >> it's an attempt to try to discredit donald trump. that's what it has been from the beginning. create confusion and chaos and question his legitimacy. remember the protests that happened days after it. there was no end game there. what are we protesting? the fact that someone got elected. >> if you're thinking about giving money to jill stein, she's going to speak tomorrow at trump tower. don't waste your money. >> find out where the money keeps going. you keep donating money and then it keeps vanishing. meanwhile, a press
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conference that jill stein is going to hold at trump tower tomorrow. probably some other cabinet picks unfolding this week from the trump campaign we're learning this week. we heard yesterday on our show that that is going to be happening. >> a lot of things are going to happen this week. >> general petraeus is going to be on abc today sort of what they're reporting is an audition to see how he handles some of the tough questions that are shot at him. >> this really is, this is his first sort of first interview in the wake of that classified information. >> this is a guy who has, obviously, done important interviews. remember during the iraq surge when he went and testified before the senate and the congress and this guy has done high-profile things. there's been some questions and how does he answer them. a lot of big names have come out and said he had to be a diplomat and it would make secretary of state. >> yesterday, we had an interesting discussion here on the couch. your dad, former governor of
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utah and former presidential candidate john huntsman was here and we were talking about china and taiwan. >> something he knows something about. >> shows his expertise and we learn overnight that he is being considered for secretary of state. >> abby. >> i mean, here's what i will tell you because we were talking about this yesterday and i think this is arguably one of the most important positions for this cabinet. a huge job especially in the times we're in right now. they're looking for someone who can get through senate confirmation and he has been governor of utah and looking for someone who can be loyal to mr. trump and maybe, most importantly, the best person to do that job. i think my dad's fantastic. this is all i can tell you this morning. we will leave it there. >> that's good you're supporting your dad. >> i would be in big trouble if i came out publicly saying -- >> what you have to have from secretary of state very little daylight.
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with what he's facing in the world, they have to be in lock step. >> we don't talk about china much in the show, but going forward we will talk about more. you need someone in that role that understands what is going on over there. >> and can i also just say the transition for this cabinet, remember at the beginning we were saying the media was calling them slow and they were behind the game. i don't think we've heard that recently. >> they're way ahead of the game. >> so, more on that. >> maybe i'm a little bias on that one. >> we have some other headlines to get to this morning. in less an an hour a funeral will get under way for form eer fidel castro. his brother, raul, praising fidel for standing up to the u.s. to end the. president obama will not be there. and defense secretary ash
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carter now saying that u.s. troops along with its international partners will meet to stay in iraq even after isis is defeated. listen. >> we need to continue to counter foreign fighters trying to escape and isil's attempts to relocate or reinvent itself. to do so, not only the united states but our coalition must endure and remain militarily engaged. >> carter did not say how long troops will need to stay overseas or how many will be needed. and there's this. it is a bird, it's a plane, no, it's kellyanne conway. take a look at this, president-elect trump's right-hand woman dressing up for a villians and heroes themed party last night. mr. trump going himself as himself. >> just retweeted the best tweet. what a great, smart tweet.
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>> just tried watching "saturday night live" unwatchable. the baldwin impersonation just can't get any worse. sad. alec baldwin responding to that, release your tax returns and i will stop. >> what would we do without twitter. >> why is trump up at midnight. i haven't stayed awake that late. >> i don't think he does. >> when was the last time you were awake at midnight? >> that happens pretty often, but i have never sat through an hour and a half of "snl." >> you watch the opening skit and that's it. if he can handle that, that's not bad. here's your temps across the lower 48 this morning. not that bad anywhere. much colder air is on its way, though, over the next couple of days. there you go. there's your temperatures on monday you get the idea. tuesday we start to see the cold air filter in. a high of only 11 in billings on wednesday. 14 in fargo on thursday and the overnight lows, guys, much
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colder than that. temps below zero and that said, that's still about 25 or 30 degrees above our records. it's going to get really cold. >> it's the wind, though, rick that makes it feel so cold. >> you're good. >> i could be a weatherwoman. >> thank you, rick. the president-elect already making good on his promise to keep jobs in america saving 1,100 jobs at carrier. now he is turning his attention to another indiana plant just down the road. one of their employees joins us next. hillary clinton lost so we're canceling the christmas party this year. we're not canceling ours. somebody else is canceling theirs. we'll tell you about it.
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>> companies are not going to leave the united states any more without consequences. not going to happen. not going to happen. that's president-elect dawn trump sticking to his word and continuing to fight to keep jobs in the u.s. this time now he's turning his attention to a different company. tweeting rexnord of indiana is moving and this is a company about a mile away from carrier. they're moving to mexico and viciously firing all its 300 workers and this is happening all over our country. no more. this fight has personal meeting for kyle who worked at rexnord for ten years and his job is on the line. good morning, kyle. thank you very much for joining us. >> good morning, pete, thank you for having me. >> tell me what this means to you that donald trump is fighting to try to keep your job, your specific job in the united states. >> i'm very happy. i mean, honestly, when i'd seen the tweet friday night, i was really shocked because i know that he worked on carrier and
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carrier had the 1,400 employees. we only had 300. i figure we were small potatoes that we probably get lost in the storm. when we'd seen the tweet that he was engaged, i'm very happy. >> kyle, but right now as it currently stands rexnord is slated to leave and go to mexico. in preparing for the segment i read that you guys, you have to train your mexican counterparts for your job. is that true? >> that is something that we have learned in the last few days. work on the severance packages that rexnord has offered in exchange for our jobs. but there is a provision in there, apparently, that for us to get our severance package or retirement package or any kind of money that, yes, the requirement will be that we'll have to train our counterparts to the exact job that we're
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doing right now. >> how does that make you feel? >> sick to my stomach. >> and the wages that you earn, which i between $20 and $30 an hour would be $5 an hour in mexico. why is this happening in our country? why is our country bleeding these kind of jobs and leaving for mexico? >> honestly, it boils down to corporate greed. it's the almighty dollar. they can go across the border or over to china and get their products made for pennies on the dollar. the wages down there in monterey, mexico, would be $3 an hour, two 5 there an hour. the upper range would be with benefits whatever benefits package that might be. i can't imagine what that might be. >> if your job left, what would you do? >> i, myself, at my age, probably would have to reinvent myself again. but i'm more worried about my
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fellow workers, brothers and sisters in the union there at rexnord. we have young workers in there that have just recently gotten married or they recently had a baby or just recently bought a home or a car and those are the ones i'm really worried for. >> real short answer, kyle. do you believe donald trump can change this? >> yes. yes, i do. >> there we go. well, we all hope he can and we hope your job stays like those jobs from carrier. kyle, thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. well, president-elect donald trump kicking off his thank you tour and offering a message of hope. >> this is truly an exciting time to be alive. there's been no time like it. the script is not yet written. >> so, we listen to pundits talk about what they think about that. what do voters and the people think about that? we have brand-new dials you'll only see here.
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welcome back. your headlines for you. at least 60 people without a home this morning after massive fire ripped through their massachusetts area. ten alarm blaze starting in a three-family home in cambridge and quickly spread to at least ten other buildings including a former church. two firefighters and a policeman were hurt in that fire. dakota access pipeline protesters ahead of tomorrow's
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deadline. those who say could face trespassing charges but won't be forced to leave. could contaminate the area's water supply. right now to this president-elect donald trump kicking off his thank you tour visiting the key battleground states that helped secure his win against hillary clinton. how do americans think it's going so far? >> she is here now with a brand-new dial just in. great to have you here. >> good morning. >> this is trump on the carrier business. let's listen. >> we're saving the jobs that the carrier plant from going to mexico. 1,100 jobs. and i'm asking all companies to keep their jobs in america and we will work to make america a better environment for workers
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and businesses. and we will crack down on all foreign trade abuses that undermines your ability and your company's ability to compete. those days are over when those companies are going to leave. >> i always look at where the dems are. >> they are pretty high there. >> they gave this a c. republicans an a and dependents a b plus. here's what's so fascinating. so much criticism of this deal in the media. the bottom line is that americans told me that this was an exciting moment that people have hope. this was a great symbolic gesture at the start and there's results. people are really energized right now. >> on the economic side, that message is resonating in a bipartisan way. the other stuff maybe not, but this job -- >> this was his moment. this was absolutely his moment this week. >> interesting. another topic we touched on was terrorism. the thought of terrorism. san bernardino we don't need
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another one. >> to keep our nation safe from terrorist and extremists we will suspend immigration from regions where it cannot be safely processed. we have regions of the world, people are pouring in. i don't have to say who's letting them in any more. i just have to say they're pouring into our country. 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 nice and look what's happening to germany. we don't need that, folks. we have enough problems, trust me. >> the dems aren't tracking as much on this one. >> not even in just their instant reactions. when they gave me their responses and feedback, look, they're afraid what trump is going to do with the muslim ban. whenever he talks about terrorism, people get upset on the left. now, republicans and independents, they want to hear
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this message. they want to feel safe. there's so many more threats and people right now are still concerned and i think that we can't forget that. >> so, one of the themes of his campaign was make america great, again. and also believe in america, again. here's what he was talking about believing in america. let's watch these dials. >> 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. we do not know what the next page will read. i'll tell you, it is 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. each one of you. >> seems like he's bouncing
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between the teleprompter and going off and getting these moment wheres the crowd is really super excited. what do the voters think it is. >> the democrats a day. but there's something authentic and genuine and exciting about donald trump. and it's really resonating with republicans and independents. democrats aren't necessarily along for the ride yet. there's still concern. the verdict is still out. i almost want to say they're still going through the five stages of grief and not ready to give him a chance. but you can see that republicans and independents are super excited. they love this optimistic message and i think it's an exciting start to president-elect -- >> some of the media still in the five stages of grief. >> and i thought it was so fascinating. people said i love the idea of a thank you tour. he's going out and thanking the voters and acknowledging it. the bottom line is people appreciate that he's going out there and talking to the winners. >> being able to see him in person. thank you very much. always good to have you here.
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>> great to be here, thanks. some members of the main stream media say the freedom of the press is under assault from president-elect donald trump. are they offended because of their bias against him? we'll discuss, next. hillary clinton lost so we're canceling the christmas party this year. >> what? liberty mutual stood with me when i was too busy with the kids to get a repair estimate. i just snapped a photo and got an estimate in 24 hours. my insurance company definitely doesn't have that... you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you™
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after nine years of doing this show i've been really pushing. yesterday i want to start doing the show in slippers so today is slipper sunday. >> that's veto. >> he has little footballs and we have all worn slippers in the studio. >> i went for the most ridiculous ones possible. >> these are amazing. i felt like you went out to buy these yesterday just for this. >> they have the little foot pad on the bottom. >> think about it, in new york you wear these out late at night. >> like on halloween, you never know who is dressed up or not. it's just new york city. >> clayton with his brilliant
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idea yesterday asked people to send us their photos of them wearing their slippers and it went wild yesterday. people were sending us photos and wearing their slippers. we have this photo of two huckies two are real and two are house clippers. that is adorable. >> danielle tweeted her watching the show in the lsu. and sandy sent this of her and her husband in matching trump slippers. who knew there were trump slippers. >> make slippers great again. >> he would make them great again. >> those are the ones i was supposed to be wearing, but veto told them and you toll them. >> you want them back? >> i think you won the award today, though. these are really something special. >> these are my christmas slippers. >> i think next weekend -- >> the least dignified outfit i could wear. >> we were trying to get rick.
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rick will come in sweatpants in the morning, too. >> he's wearing sweatpants. did you get some slippers on? >> they found me some 7 slippers. >> let's see. >> everything is crunched up. >> a little bit snug. fortunately, they're a bit expandable. >> those could double as shoes. >> here's the deal, if you live in new york, a lot of other places, you don't ever want to wear your outdoor shoes inside or your indoor shoes outside. >> he just wears the same shoes everywhere. >> stepping in random stuff all the time. >> yeah. you just keep it out of your house. that's the bottom rule. all right, guys, let's take a look at the weather map. obviously, cold air that is coming. still not that bad anywhere. 18 in denver. that is our cold spot right now because of all that elevation there. aside from that, it is going mu.
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temps really cooling down. these are high temperatures. look at bismarck, north dakota. tuesday 8 degrees and thursday 6. and these are your highs. overnight lows below zero. certainly some chilly air coming in and a big storm we're watching right now. more rain across parts of the south. we saw about seven inches of rain around galveston. their wettest single day since 1998. gives you an idea. very, very rainy day. chicago has not had any real significant snow yet this year. that will change today. two to three inches from chicago over towards milwaukee and madison. we will watch a little bit of snow right there for your day today. get ready. winter's coming, guys. >> that's why we need to start wearing slippers and pajamas on the show. >> what's a hoodie footie. >> if it's not already invented, i will make it up.
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we begin with a fox news alert and the latest on this horrible fire. the danceclub death trap. 40 people may have been dead after a massive fire ripped through a packed oakland, california, warehouse party. right now nine people are confirmed dead and 25 are still missing. and this as brand-new pictures from inside that warehouse showed the debris which trapped nearly 100 partygoers inside. the man behind this space is speaking out for the first time. facing heavy backlash after writing this on facebook. everything i worked for is gone. no word on what caused the fire. and then there's this, christmas just isn't mery without hillary clinton in the white house. fashion leaders canceling a prominent holiday party blaming it on the election. their invitation showing clinton make america merry, again. the money budgeted for the party
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will go to groups like planned parenthood. new york city has solved a homeless crisis. the city will now pay friends and family of homeless people nearly $2,000 a month to take them in. they will even get a taxpayer funded $500 gift card as a bones for their hospitality. part of the new home for the holidays program. those are the headlines. it has really gotten so bad. just heartbreaking especially as it gets cold here in the city. >> walking down to penn station. it's really terrible. last week on the show we were talking about christiane from cnn. she was really upset under a trump administration she felt locked up and in cages because of the free press getting out there and reporting. she's worried about the free press. >> she spoke to npr saying she needs to be the one in the media to stand up for the press against president-elect donald trump.
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here's what she told npr yesterday. >> i said never in a million years could i have imagined myself on this stage in new york reappealing for the safety and the freedom of the american press. i base that on, obviously, donald trump's rhetoric against the press calling us dishonest, despicable. and i have covered enough of my colleagues who have ended up, as i put it, in cages in places like cairo or in moscow, on trial for being sympathizers or associates or flatout terrorists. i feel i have to stand up for my own tribe in the united states. >> wow. >> she uses big words and has an accent, she's really smart. >> she's worried under a trump administration all journalists are going to be locked up and thrown away. >> you look at what happened yesterday, pete, with the call from taiwan and president-elect
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trump. we were talking about on friday night it seemed like we were going to world war iii and the media was in hysterics. what happened? >> when our own president calls out fox news channel and says fox news is the reason donald trump got elected. >> look, you know, you have the behind the scenes of what is going on. james rosen under the obama administration. not the outrage from the left when that happened and now -- >> what to you guys think about this? send us in your comments and we'll read them throughout the show today. >> more refugees are coming on terror hotbed. but they won't tell us who they are. kellyanno conway is the first woman to win a running campaign. we'll have a women's debate coming up next.
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welcome back. trump campaign manager kellyanne conway being credited for being the first woman to winning a presidential campaign. according to an article in "the federalist." modern day feminists are still ringing oout their towels and snubbing her historic victory because she is a republican. is that true? here to debate, a democratic pollster and strategist and penny nance, the president of concerned women for america. good morning to both of you. thanks for being here. >> thanks. >> start with you. if kellyanne conway were running a democrats campaign and she was the first woman to run a winning campaign, we'd be talking about this differently, giving her more credit than she has been
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given. >> she would be defending a different platform and i think that's what it comes down to. i want to take a moment to praise kellyanne and what she achieved and i talked about this through the campaign season. i think she is what put donald trump over the top. she got him in line the and half the time off twitter in the middle of the night and i think she deserves all the praise in the world for that achievement. the ideology that is more the issue here. the argument made in "the federalist" is unfair. not taking into account the nuts and bolts of the conservative agenda and what it does to women getting ahead and achieving equality. that's what feminism is about. >> penny, is that fair? something to be said about all women coming together no matter what they're doing. doing something succeeding in a way they never had before and say, you know, kudos to her. >> that's right. exactly. kellyanne should be a hero. held as a hero and should pea doing backflips. she is a successful
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entrepreneur. she is a lawyer, she is a moir, she has a successful marriage and a woman of great character. if she were anyone else, if she were a democrat, she would be on the cover of "vanity fair" already. the left has not chosen to acknowledge what she's done. she broke a glass ceiling. she is the first woman to get a president-elected. and i think that she deserves a lot of encouragement for that and a lot of praise. this is the bottom line that the time of genderidentity politics is dead. we all must believe x. even on the left, we saw that madeline albright had to threaten women to vote in the primary. it's the time now where women have come into our own and we think for our selves and we can't be told how we're supposed to think or how we're supposed to vote. >> i don't disagree with that point. i think what happened with
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madeline albright sent shockwaves through the liberals and feminism has evolved. but if you could spend a moment addressing the conservative flatform and what it does for women. >> the women's organization was very helpful and encouraging that platform because we believe in life and we believe in marriage and a strong economy. >> what i will also say here is that in her role in her job, i don't think you can argue that she necessarily agrees with everyone she has worked for in the past. she's her own woman in her own right. here is another quote from "the federalist" if she were a democrat she would be the toast of women's groups across the country. where do you stand on that, jessica? you turn the page and put her in democrats shoes. would she be on the cover of "vanity fair." >> she would have a different outcome here.
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it is a glass ceiling and i'm thrilled about that. but the issue here is the platform. kellyanne conway was with ted cruz who would never be accused of being a pro-woman candidate. then she switched to donald trump who she said deplorable things and is defending a platform that is not good for women. >> penny, go ahead. >> we're not monliffic. >> i didn't say we were. >> gender politics is dead. and you are wrong. if kellyanne were a democrat, cheryl sandburg would be throwing a party for her. instead she's being ignored. by the way, what about the four other women that has already been appointed to top slots within the trump administration? if you admit all that -- i think that's a good point because what we all agree on in this conversation is that we need to
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champion women and shattering the glatd cess ceiling. we're just going to leave it there. thank you, guys, for being here this morning. will mitt romney or rudy giuliani make that cut? another name possibly to be watching. more refugees coming to america my friends think doing this at my age is scary. i say not if you protect yourself. what is scary? pneumococcal pneumonia. it's a serious disease. my doctor said the risk is greater now that i'm over 50! yeah...ya-ha...
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reset willment arrange. for refugees presently in the regional processing centers. the agreement is with the united states. >> nearly 2500 refugees from terror hotspots will be reset willed in the united states dee speet being rejected by australia. not even top lawmakers can get an answer where they are. >> the author of the book america boomerang. nick adams, who was born in australia and emigrated here legally after spending $50,000 to get american citizenship. >> a lot of money. i'm an american and very excited to be here. this is a terrible deal. >> what's at the heart of this deal. explain to the viewers what this means. >> you can't make this up. you could not conceive a more worse, potentially dangerous, harmful deal than this one. essentially, president obama and secretary kerry have done a
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behind the doors deal with australia to take 2500 illegal immigrants that were turned away by australia, put in detention and going to reset will them here in america. all of this 2500 illegal immigrants hail from countries of significant national security concern for the united states. in fact, two of those countries are actually officially designated on the state department's list of state sponsors of terrorism. >> this is what had representative good lot and -- they sent a letter stating concerns. they said the individuals who will be reset willed are coming from national security concern. two of the countries, iran and sudan, are officially designated by the state department to be state sponsors of terrorism. is this a trojan horse? >> clayton, look, it's the worst deal of all-time.
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it could very well be a trojan horse. i mean, we just saw last week at ohio state university a somalian refugee student who was going to do awful things to those students at the university. this is very, very dangerous. these people are -- >> what can president-elect trump do? >> it's going to be dead on arrival. fortunately, the good news is it's got a short shelf life. i think president-elect trump, all he has to do is he doesn't have to build a wall. all this needs is a signature to reverse it. >> nick adams, foundation of american liberty and greatness. thanks for being here. >> coming up on the show, general david petraeus gets a nationwide audition for trump's cabinet. can he make it to the top of list for secretary of state. governor mike huckabee joins us live next to talk about that. plus, see that sweater hillary clinton is wearing. she's had it for a really long time. a really, really, really long
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don't start humira if you have an infection. ask about humira, the #1 prescribed biologic by dermatologists. clearer skin is possible. good morning. it's sunday, december 4: i'm abby hundredsman. it's called a dance club death trap. the death toll is expected to rise to 40 people. we know at least nine people were killed. we get a first look inside the warehouse that wept up in flames. is the president-elect expected to make more cabinet picks this week. will mitt romney or rudy giuliani make the cut. mike huckabee says there's another name to watch. think democrats are sore losers? look at this. one campus has gone crazy. students demanding that a trustee be fired for meeting
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with the president-elect. >> wow. "fox and friends," hour two, starts right now. >> what is happening? we've got a bunch of kids braving the cold on the plaza. they're writing notes to troops overseas. all part of a project to send over christmas treats so they can enjoy the holidays. >> dhl makes it happen. they'll send pizzas to the troops on the frontlines. >> having been there on the other side, receiving packages in iraq and afghanistan, when you get the handwritten cards, it means a lot and the treats too. we get the decrepit little trees, it gives you a little bit of cheer and it lightens your day. >> it means so much and to teach the kids about service, about what it means to be over there.
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to feel they're part of it. >> when their focus is on toys and to -- >> it speaks to the character of the nation and it bonds you together. that's what we should do. >> they're going to be here all morning writing letters. we'll talk to them later on the show. >> indeed. we start with a fox news alert and the latest on the death trap. officials fear more people may be dead after a massive fire rips through a packed oakland california warehouse party. nine people confirmed killed and 25 missing. >> the man behind the warehouse speaking out for the first time after debris trapped nearly 100 party-goers. >> will carr is live in los angeles with the latest on this. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, guys. crews have been working overnight. nine bodies discovered so far. the death toll expected to skyrocket. potentially up to 40 when it's all said and done. the fire chief putting it bluntly. people either made it out or they didn't. the fire broke out overnight in
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an arts collective warehouse. it spread quickly. the warehouse is a little rat tinderbox packed with furniture. witnesses saw people jumping out of the second story. one man inside says it felt like his skin was burning off as his lungs filled with smoke. >> it was inferno. it was just a blazing fire that just the flames were coming out of the windows. i didn't see very many people come out at all, to be honest. just the people already outside. that was really bothered me. just not seeing anybody come out. the way that building was burning, it was scary. it was a scary sight. >> reporter: authorities say that neighbors filed a number of code complaints against the building. we learned it had a makeshift staircase build from pallets and plywood. did not have a sprinkler system or working smoke detectors and did not have a permit for the concert taking place. it also comes as the man who says he ran the warehouse called
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ghost ship posted on facebook, everything i worked so hard for is gone. he went on to say it's as if i woken from a dream filled with opulence and hope to be standing now in poverty of self-worth. no mention of the victims or the families sefrpg farching for th loved ones. >> i'm more infuriated that i'm not able to help. i want to be there. give me some gloves. i got work shoes. i'm ready. let me find my brother. >> the cause of the fire is still under investigation. abby, pete and clay. >> will, thank you for the update. just a terrible story. this morning, general david petraeus is going to have sort of a big audition on abc this morning. he never really had to answer from the press these questions about the classified information that was, of course, leaked and ended his career, really. now being considered as secretary of state. he's going to be going on
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national television to be looked at, too, by the trump team to see can he handle it. do you know who else is good on national television, governor mike huckabee. >> good morning, governor. nice to have you. >> thanks, great to be with you guys. >> what do you think of the abc interview this morning for general david petraeus. what would you be looking for if you were on the trump team? >> clearly, he's got to clear the air about these charges. he has to make sure that the public, if he is going to be considered for the job of secretary of state, has full confidence in him. it's not just that president trump would have full confidence in him but the public has to believe that and the public stage. he has to play on that. this is an important way for him to come forward, clear the air. answer the questions. if he doesn't do it now, he'll have to do it in the senate confirmation hearing. >> do you think he's made a decision on the secretary of state. he's been reporting for a couple of weeks. it seems like he's not sure which direction he wants to go.
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could it be romney, giuliani, could it be petraeus this morning? what are your thoughts? >> i think the one thing this tells us, for all of the talk that the press has had about donald trump, he's not an impulsive man. look at what he's done. he's taken a thoughtful, thorough deliberate process in selecting cabinet members, not just secretary of state, and i think this is a real push-back against his critics who tried to portray him as a man who grabs the phone and says this is what i'm going to do, clearly he is a very thoughtful person, he's thinking this through carefully, he's got excellent people in front of him to choose from and he's going to make a decision. one thing you also know about donald trump, it's going to be his decision, he'll make it. >> speaking of critics, they've been recently, he's been meeting and talking about the cabinet and also taking phone calls from foreign leaders. one call he had over the weekend or late last week was from the president of taiwan.
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critics came out and said world war three is coming. pitting up the headlines saying it's upsetting decades of diplomacy, diplomatic blowup, diplomatic crisis. a showdown with china. the mainstream media made it look like it was a major faux pas and mistake. what is your thought on that? >> my reaction was thank god for donald trump having courage to stand up for people who value freedom and democracy and practiced it since they left mainland china in 1949. people need to remember, if there's anything to be embarrassed about, it was under jimmy carter when we humiliated our friends from taiwan and forced him to walk out of the u.n. i remember watching that and feeling hollow inside. i've been to taiwan many, many times. i've also been to mainland china. let me tell you something, we need to stand with people who stand for freedom and liberty
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and democracy. i appreciate what has happened in china, i recognize that they've made many reforms. but they still have one child policy forced abortion, repression of news and information. it is not a free society. people don't get to vote on their elected officials. to pretend that the chinese are somehow a wonderful bastion of freedom is nonsense. in taiwan, they have been very deliberate in bringing freedoms and reforms to their people. what's wrong with us when we don't stand with the people who value our values? and this is something for which i am grateful in donald trump. i think the mistake was made 37 years ago. if anything, if obama wants to go out and do an apology, to apologize for the way that america treated taiwan in 1979 and since then. >> great point, governor. >> we also, ambassador on our air yesterday, we ended up
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having to send two battleships to that region as a result of potential provocation from china, we see them launching missiles over the past few days, tests. this is going to be our focus in the coming years. there was a name that we didn't mention during our discussion about secretary of state and abby's father, jon huntsman, who is an expert in that region. do you think that might lead the trump campaign a different way? >> well, i don't know. as abby knows, her dad and i are very dear friends. >> rock stars together. >> governors together. >> that's right. john is a great keyboard player, by the way. we played music with reo speedwagon and other artists. we've had fun together but he's one of the most knowledgeable people with that region of the world and i have great respect for him and -- i would love to see donald trump call on jon
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huntsman. he would be a valid voice to call on him having been a.m. bass door to china. >> one last question. the unrelenting willingness and desire to try to tear down donald trump, we saw it in the form of the kennedy school where jennifer palmieri went at it with kellyanne conway, are you getting any sense that donald trump will be our president and could be successful or are we destined for four years of hysteria? >> i think get ready for four years of hysteria, bed wetting, hand wringing. these are people who absolutely cannot accept the facts that they have completely suffered a disconnect with the american people. what donald trump has proven is he doesn't need the media to tell his story. historically, presidents and any elected officials had to have a good -- he goes directly to the people, whether it's twitter, facebook, rallies and i'll tell you something, he's changing the
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way that leaders communicate with the american people and i say long overdue. i'm delighted. not to have a filter from the washington compost and the new york slimes try to tell america what a conservative president stands for. this is a wonderful moment in bringing the information directly to the people and cutting out the middleman who have become a toxic player and somebody who could not be trusted. and the media can no longer be trusted and they've proven that over and over again. >> well, if we don't have you back before the christmas holiday, merry christmas to you. >> always good to have you. >> hopefully i'll be back before that. >> i don't have your calendar, governor. >> great to see you. >> take care. >> talk to you soon. >> we've got other headlines to get to. country star granger smith canceling his show this weekend after falling from the stage. smith taken to the emergency
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room after friday's show in new jersey. he's being treated for a punctured and partially collapsed lung with two broken ribs. he tweeted this. i took a pretty hard spill in jersey. thanks for the well wishes. you all mean the world to me. i'll be out of the hospital and 100% soon. good to hear. the funeral for former cuban dictator fidel castro under way at this hour. live pictures from the funeral. it's a day after thousands of cubans gathered to pay tribute to one of the most divisive figures of the 20th century. his brother raul praising fidel for standing up to the u.s. until the very end. many world leaders have been attending the events, but president obama is not expected to be there. also this breaking overnight. defense secretary ash carter saying u.s. troops will need to stay in iraq even after isis is defeated. listen. >> in iraq in particular, it will be necessary for the coalition to provide sustained assistance in carrying on our
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work to train, equip and support local police, border guards and other forces to hold the areas clear of isil. >> carter did not say how long troops will need to stay overseas or how many will be needed. those are your headlines this morning. yours look likes. >> i can't wear those and read news. >> he said i've come so far. >> i'm wearing elf shoes and makeup on. i've fallen really far. >> i love it. >> a good feeling. >> pivot to some different news here. coming up. over a dozen people have been shot in chicago since friday. but the city's mayor is more focused on protecting illegal immigrants and is setting aside a taxpayer slush fund to do it. >> after duping her donors out of $7 million, green party candidate jill stein says she can't afford the $1 million fee
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move forward. a legal filing provided by the green party states that petitioners are regular citizens much ordinary means. they cannot afford to post a million dollar bond required by the court. but don't forget, the green party candidate has already raised almost $7 million to fund this recount effort in pennsylvania and two other states. wisconsin and michigan. her critics are arguing, she's the one scamming voters, not to mention the mere impossibility that the recounts could change the outcome of the election. here's what incoming chief of staff reince priebus said yesterday about the recount efforts. >> i think they should be dismissed. you have a person with 33,000 votes in wisconsin run -- wanting a recount against donald trump with 1.7 million votes. it's a legal impossibility for her to overturn the election. >> stein is not backing down.
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she brought the case and ses ka lating it to the federal level. they're seeking an emergency federal court order. this is not over yet in wisconsin. a recount it under way in michigan. a recount could begin next week and on monday stein will be rallying outside trump tower, ten blocks away from where y'all are now. traffic might be even worse than usual. if that's possible. >> i don't think it is. it's bad right now. >> draw huge crowds. >> right. >> lot of money. >> in wisconsin, they really found it. >> thank you, kristin. >> three additional votes for hillary clinton in wisconsin and five for donald trump. >> wow. >> he's ahead by two. >> that could change the whole election. >> they've counted 1/7 of the votes. >> coming up on the show, should the next democratic party leader be the man who once proposed a separate american state only for black people? david webb says electing him could be one of the best gifts they could give republicans.
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back with quick headlines this morning. chicago using taxpayer money to protect illegals from deportation. mayor rahm emanuel creating a million dollar slush fund to provide legal assistance to quote anxious immigrants worried about a trump presidency. families are running towards border agents, not from them.
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officials grappling with a surge of central american migrants. families eager to get caught so they can apply for asylum or temporary protective status. here to escape the violence back at home. hey, man, where is the slush fund for the vets waiting outside the v.a. in chicago, too. my editorial. they claim to be the -- why are they backing the front-runner for democratic national convention chairman. here to weigh in radio talk show host david webb. nice to see you. >> good morning. >> one of two muslims in congress. considered to be obviously the top guy to be taking over the dnc now that howard dean has taken his hat out of the ring. what do you make of this? >> well, first, look at their team. think about this for a second. a washed up howard dean, radical leftist in keith ellison. he has a ties to the islamic
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relations unindicted co-conspirators. largest terror trial in america. that alone should give you pause. if they were to elect keith ellison head of the dnc it would be the biggest gift to the republicans. they've lost 64 seats in the house. 13 seats in the senate. we've seen over a thousand seats go red in state legislatures. we've added another governor. the youngest governor in america. in new hampshire. more republican governors than democrats. they're destroying what was your father's democrat party, america. it's gone. now we have the radical leftist who praise fidel castro, honor -- and treat european globalists, the form of socialism as great. >> that's the thing. howard dean was saying i don't want this job anymore. we have to start from the ground up. it's about the grassroots level. as you've said, they've lost the congress since 2010 now. this is going to be a difficult job for whoever takes it. we were talking about this
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yesterday. where is the bench though, if it isn't ellison, who else can they look at? is there someone moderate to bring it back to reality? >> probably not anymore. think about the last moderate really elected. joe manchin. mark stupak was a possibility in the last decade. the democrats have a generational crisis. you have the leftovers, the cbc, the prior generation, they're getting older. they can no longer serve. where is the young farm team. debbie wasserman schultz is the quality you have? keith ellison. they really have a problem in that party. >> as you said, it's not your daddy democratic party anymore. keith ellison running into serious problems over comments about israel. >> anti-semitic comments. >> this is a comment that came up recently. he said this in 2010. this is elizabeth taylor he w l
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this is keith ellison. >> the united states foreign policy in the middle east is governed by what is good or bad through a country of 7 million people. a region of 350 million all turns on a country of 7 million. does that make sense? is that logic? >> what does that say about keith ellison? >> is says he doesn't understand the term logic? imt it's not 7 million versus 350 million. it's what's right versus what's wrong? we have a level of thinking that the western world, the modern world wouldn't consider in -- calling her to be thrown to the dogs. we have morality police on the streets. we've got the irgc, the iranian revolutionary guard corps, the largest trainer of terrorists around the world. i don't care about the number, 7 million versus 350 million. i care about what's right and what's wrong.
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what progresso owe versus what draws them backwards. >> that's the state of israel. the reality -- he's tried to walk back from the comments. but the policies of this party and of keith ellison are ultimately what's getting him in trouble. >> whether they're directly involved in facting the policies or enabling it by actions or lack of actions, the leftist movement of the democratic party has seen this coalition and this rise of socialist, leftist, anti-american, anti-capitalist movement. look at jill stein who hoodwinked everyone, collected $7 million, $2 million for the count in wisconsin. got 5 left and filing suit in pennsylvania. you're being punked, america, in the most dangerous way because, while we kind of look at it and sometimes go, it's good for us, let them show themselves to be who they are, it's dangerous for
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people who may -- liberal ideals in some way. america is founded on diversity, not dragging down a segment of the population. >> that's a great point. >> appreciate it. >> good to see you. >> love the slippers. you should wear them every weekend. >> i agree. >> put a bell on the couch. you know where pete is. >> thanks, david. coming up on the show, democrats just revealed their plan for the incoming administration and what they plan to do during president trump's first 100 days. wait until you hear who came up with it. darrell issa is here. on the plaza, they're sending christmas cheer to troops overseas. more on this holiday operation. they're so sweet. that's coming up.
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colonel frank nevis who received trees while overseas. i want to start with you, joe. this was an idea that you had, some people came in and said we want to send trees overseas. >> about 13 years ago, a lady came into our store in oceanside. i asked my father if we could get a tree to her son who was sent to afghanistan. my dad said, great, we would love to. we had no way of getting them over there. we tried u.s. postal, we tried ups and didn't have any way of doing it. dhl stepped up. came in and for 13 years now, 9,000 trees later, we're still doing it. >> mike taylor, you're with dhl. you ship one plane over with all of these trees. >> that's right. it starts here in new york. jfk. flies to our hub in cincinnati. to have a direct flight in bahrain and we distribute all over the middle east. >> one of the great things that happen is these kids write cards
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for the soldiers. it's not just a tree, it's messages for the troops. >> absolutely. the kids all get involved from all local schools. churches. synagogues. everyone gets involved. it's a big community event by us. >> colonel nevis, you were a recipient of one of these in 2010. what was it like for you when come christmastime, which i would imagine can be a lonely time that you receive a tree and these messages from these kids. >> it was. i got to tell you, it's a little bit of home. it's the fact, it brings us to our families. it makes a world of difference. i still have some of the cards that i received and i read them during christmas eve, christmas day and it brought me back to home. i'm very appreciative of everything that's been done. our soldiers, sailors and marines, and air force, we're grateful for it. >> what you guys are doing is a
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great thing. what dhl, that service you provide is amazing. you're making an amazing christmas card here. are you aware of who is receiving this and what it may mean to them? >> yes. >> are you happy to help? >> yes. >> what is your message that you would have for somebody for christmas this year? >> have a merry christmas to all the troops. >> merry christmas to all the troops. >> thank you for what you're doing. >> you continue to do this. happy to have you back. >> let's talk a little bit of weather real quick. down across the south, you had all this rain this week. the drought is still going on. we have 14 large wildfires going on across the southeast. good news. more rain coming in over the next couple of days. it will start later this afternoon across the drought-stricken area. some spots picking up 3 to 4 inches by the time it's done. it's great news. here's where the storm is. the very heavy rain, over 5 inches in galveston last night. some spots south of houston over 7. the northern side of this, snow
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the first measurable snowstorm coming to the chicago area today. abby, send it to you inside. >> rick, thank you so much. what a great cause. other headlines and a fox news alert. 60 people without a home this morning after a massive fire near harvard outside of boston. the ten-alarm blaze starting in a three-family home in cambridge and quickly spreading to ten other buildings, including a former church. four people, including two firefighters and a policeman, were hurt in that fire. and the navy's newest attack submarine is ready for service. the u.s. s. colorado christened in connecticut. the $2.7 billion submarine will specialize in surveillance and warfare. it joins a growing fleet of nearly 300 warships. remember when american
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university threw a tantrum burning our flag after president-elect trump won. they now want the ouster of a board member who met with president-elect trump for a cabinet position. a nominee for energy secretary. a facebook page set up by the protest protester. they say he's proven himself a special interest for big oil and not our community. finally, it turns out that pant suits aren't actually hillary clinton's favorite fashion statement. internet trolls thought the fleece in this facebook post looked familiar. it turns out she had the fleece for at least 21 years. these pictures are from a 1995 trip the then first lady took to the grand teton in wyoming. it's popped up in several other locations, including the white house rose garden. >> we don't know for sure. have you ever bought a shirt you really liked and you bought
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multiple versions. >> the same one but it gets frayed you have an extra one. >> we don't know if it's the same exact. >> steve jobs had the same exact turtleneck. maybe she has a hundred of those. let's get to the bottom of it. moments ago, president-elect trump issuing a new warning to businesses threatening to leave the united states. the new message, just ahead. we know what the dems strategy will be when the president-elect takes office. this guy, he came up with it. darrell issa is here to respond. he's on the couch next. >> does he have the slippers? can we get slippers for the congressman. hi hey you look good. thank you, i feel good. it all starts with eating right. that's why i eat amaz!n prunes now. they're delicious and help keep my body in balance. i love these. sunsweet amaz!n prunes, the feel good fruit.
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the company says it will improve service by better pinpointing pickup and dropoff locations. some customers think it's crossing the line. apple may be working on a self-driving car after all. company executives writing a letter talking about the potential for automated transportation. so what does that exactly mean? apple notes that a self-driving car would take some time to roll out. abby? thank you, clayton. we called 9/11 a u.s. setup and called for blacks to have a separate state. now keith ellison revealing democrats' plan in a trump administration just vote no. what happened to working for the people? here to react, republican congressman darrell issa in person, in the flesh. always good to have you here, sir. >> thanks for having me on. it's interesting just say no, shows that in fact they want to be left out. which is absurd. most of the democrats i talk to,
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particularly the ones that didn't vote for nancy pelosi. they're saying, look, there's 63 of us who would like to get things done, can you help us? >> here's a quote he said. he said i'm in the process of deciding this issue of whether i can perform both roles of being the dnc chair and be congressman. he said all there is to do for my job is to simply say no all the time. he said it's actually not that much to do. it's not that hard of a job to do. what is your reaction of someone who works with him. >> he's actually right if you want to look at the party line and vote yes or no and ignore and particularly if you're in the minority and i don't want to get legislation passed. when you look at legislation that we passed, both the majority and the minority over the last, let's say, eight years, a lot was passed that did america good and every bit of it that was worthwhile was done in a bipartisan basis. i would say that keith is missing the point. to be honest, when you did over
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the dnc, missing the point may be part of it. >> the challenge that democrats face, that is your logic to say no to everything, they have to figure out what they stand for, what their message actually is to the american people, why they have lost in congress 2010, 2012, 2014 and now 2016. they've got to figure out how to rebuild that. >> they've got to figure out what they do for the democrat, for the blue collar worker, often a union worker who had a good job, where the parents had a good job. they're sitting in youngstown, ohio, and they want to know why is it we can't make steel here when we have some of the lowest cost energy in the world and the answer is donald trump, not keith ellison. >> we were talking in the commercial break about this call that happened between president-elect trump and the taiwanese president. >> it was like it was world war i ii. what was your take on the call and was it the right thing for
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president-elect trump to do. >> i think history will show it's brilliant. this is about a china that is building islands to militarize them and intimidate their neighbors and a recognition that the taiwan democracy, although part of a one china, is a tool that we can use to say to china, you don't pull all the levers. so i think donald trump just pulled a lever that causes china to realize that their actions could have a reaction. this isn't the only time i think you're going to see president-elect trump using tools, nonconventional tools to push back on candidly, iran, china, syria and other nations that we either do or don't have trading relationships with, but which have been bad actors in the last eight years. >> not just foreign policy. he's pushed back on businesses and companies and carrier for example and working there to make sure that those jobs stay right here at home.
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people can have a christmas with their families. >> exactly. one of the challenges, there was a statement made during the campaign that the press kept taking donald trump not seriously, but they were taking what he said literally. literally, he cannot automatically put a 35% tariff on a company, but figuratively he can say there is a stick, not just a carrot. now let's talk about how we find ways to get a win-win. in the case of carrier, they're optimistic enough about the next years of a trump administration to make significant investments and i think you're going to find thousands of other companies who say, what does it take for us to stay here and they're going to make that list and show the new administration regulatory changes, labor changes and particularly, cost of energy changes that could cause americans not only to stay here but others to come here. >> a lot of work to do. >> a lot. >> good to have you here. >> thank you. >> always good to have you in person. >> i'll come back. we released five of the
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worst terrorists for his return. now disgraced sergeant bowe bergdahl is asking the president for a pardon. we'll talk to the man who led the search to find bergdahl when he walked off of his base. president obama says we need to become a more global society. what does the president-elect think about that? >> from now on, it's going to be america first. okay? america first. >> so is there anything wrong with that policy? father john is here to discuss. there he is. come on in, sir. he's up next.
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there is no global certificate. we pledge allegiance to one flag. going now. americans first. america first.
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>> the pope is not a political leader and he himself has said that. this is the responsibility of our elected officials to make that decision and it is not a hard one. it requires wisdom. we need wisdom in our leaders and we can get principles. and i think the principle i laid
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out, we're all a human family. we can't say only america but we can say america first. we don't want german leaders to say america first. we want american leaders to say that. >> it's a big leap to say it's global citizenship or allegiance to your country. we were talking about the death of fidel castro where there is no religious liberty, in this country it flourishes because governments matter. i think religious leaders recognize that as much as anybody. >> we need wisdom. these are really hard lines to draw. and you have to say we need to figure out what is it that we're able to do and what is our -- what are our priorities and you can go either way. >> father, i've been wanting to ask you this knowing you were coming on. your take on people around the country burning the american flag -- >> disgusting. >> it is their legal right to do so but what do i think that message sends? i have two brothers in the
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military, they said this flag represents so much more than being a flag. it is every war we fought and every president that served this nation and it has been on coffins of our men and women who have served and given to mothers who have lost their own child serving this country. it means so much more. >> you know, thank god we're in a country that runs by the rule of law. but just because something is legal doesn't mean it's right. and we have to remind ourselves that we need -- we need citizens of virtue. and when we don't have a citizenry of virtue, what we're going to end up going way off track. so yes, we have to respect the right of prestige -- >> our founders talked about that, you need to have virtue in a citizenry to maintain our great republic. it's not just america first, most people don't realize how exceptional it is and how rare it is to have the freedoms we have. in many parts of the world you couldn't do what we do right
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now. >> absolutely. it was exceptional the way our founding documents came to be and so many ways. therefore we have a responsibility also internationally and globally, we have a responsibility but we also have priorities. >> jonathan morris, always great to have you here. >> always good to see you. >> moments ago president-elect donald trump laying out plans to keep businesses in the united states. a penalty for companies that decide to leave straight ahead. >> more cabinet announcements expected this week. we get the inside scoop from incoming chief of staff reince priebus coming up. he'll tell us every selection coming up. he doesn't know that. ♪
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>> good morning, it is sunday, december 4th. we start with a fox news alert, a warehouse goes up in flames, we get our first look inside the deadly dance club as we learn nine people now are dead and the death toll may go up to as many as 40. the tragic details in just a moment. >> that's sad. moments ago president-elect donald trumping taking to twitter, his plan and penalties for those who take their jobs to mexico ahead. he may have ruined george kastanza's lunch. >> you want bread? >> freedom! nothing for you. >> now the soup nazi is giving up his old ways and why he's saying soup for everyone. >> soup for you. >> "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪
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♪ come fly with me let's fly let's fly away ♪ >> are we still on? >> everyone wants to hear abby sing -- >> you have a good voice though. very manly. >> it's beautiful right now in new york city, it's glitenning and you can feel the holiday spirit. >> the reindeer over your head. it's nice to see you. >> thank you for sending all of your slipper pictures this morning. keep them coming. >> thousands of them. >> we love it. >> we want to start with this now, the latest on that deadly dance club -- up to 40 people may be dead after a massive fire rips through a packed oakland california warehouse party. right now we know of nine people that have been confirmed killed but there are another 25 missing. and the man behind the warehouse accident speaking out for the
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first time after debris nearly trapped 100 party goers. >> that's where we find will carr with the very latest. this is a terrible story, will. >> especially for all of those families, abby. the fire chief put it bluntly, that people either made it out of this building or they did not. that's why the death toll could skyrocket. it broke out friday night in an arts collective warehouse. the warehouse was a literal tinder box filled with furniture. witnesses said they saw people jumping out of the second story and one person inside said it felt his skinni was burning off. of the flames are off but a very dangerous situation. >> very twisted debris in there. it's very, very -- it's hard to describe. it's like a maze. there's wires and beams and metal and wood. it's all -- all falling on top
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of each other. there's places in crevices we can't get into. >> authorities launched a code investigation before the fire after neighbors filed a number of complaints against the building and the owner. the problems include the warehouse at a makeshift stair case built from pallets and pliwood and it did not have a permit for the concert taking place before the fire. also, this comes as the man who says that he ran the warehouse called go ship posted on facebook, everything i worked so hard for is gone. it's as if i have awoken from a dream filled with opu s lens and hope and no mention of the victims or families still searching for loved ones. >> he's not answering his phone. no one can get in contact with them. and i tried calling and it's not like her to not respond to a text. >> professional sports teams across oakland have already
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pledged tens and thousands of dollars to help those families. back to you. >> our thoughts are with those families this morning. thank you, will. >> president-elect trump overnight was up late tweeting about "saturday night live" saying he can't watch it anymore. >> four hours ago. >> he's already up and already tweeting this morning. >> and this morning he's talking about policy and blasting critics and talking more about businesses that may want to move jobs overseas and he's criticizing them. >> he's staying on the theme -- we had leah carter in here and on the economy and jobs, it's not just republicans and independents, it's democrats responding to it. so he went on a twitter storm this morning with six tweets that we'll combine together about jobs. i'll start and we'll hand off. this is donald trump, the u.s. will substantially reduce taxes and regulations on businesses but any business that leaves our country for another country, fires its employees and builds a new factory or plant in another
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country and thinks it will sell its product back into the u.s. -- >> without retribution or consequences is wrong. there will be a tax on our soon to be strong border of 35% for these companies wanting to sell their products and cars and ac units back across the border. this tax will make leaving financially difficult. >> but these companies are able to move -- we're still reading this by the way. these companies are able to move between all 50 states with no tax or tariff being charged. please be forewarned prior to making an expensive mistake, the united states is open for business. >> in all caps, the united states is open for business. that's the theme. that's the point. there's a lot in the six tweets but he's recognized the americans are sick and tired of watching jobs flee and he's talking about the policies that will ultimately make sure you don't have to go company by company. the incentives change and tax structure is such that businesses want to be in the united states and they are not -- you don't have to force them -- >> there's a lot to unpack in
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this because he's not president yet. a policy is such that he's kind of picking this one company and making this deal but not the president of the united states yet. carrier gets 1100 jobs saved but what about the 50 other companies planning to do the same thing. can you do in and individualize you'd these things before you become president of the united states. what happens if they move their jobs here before he becomes president and try to sell goods back to the united states after he becomes president. there's a lot of unanswered questions. >> there's going to be an ongoing debate how president-elect trump was able to beat hillary clinton when many thought it was going to go her way. i will say you have to give him credit for the message that he had on the campaign because it was a simple one. it was make america great again and it's going to i'm going to bring jobs back to the u.s. and we want things made in america again. that message has stayed consistent now as he has been elected and that's something that he has worked full-time on since he got elected into office. >> if you want to change something, if you're a change
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agent in any organization or bureaucracy, you have to make a statement up front, this is a place where we're going to keep jobs here. and another company he's talking about as well. doesn't mean you can do that with every company but you show you mean business and there's a new sheriff in town then change the policy. >> here's the thing though, now that these companies saw what he did with carrier, there's a lot of workers around the country coming out protesting, saying, focus on our company, our company is about to send jobs overseas, a 10-year employer at rexnord was excited president trump was going to get involved with his company. >> when i seen the tweet friday night, i was really shocked because i know that he worked on carrier and carrier had the 1400 employees. we only had 300. and i figure we were small
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potatoes and we probably wouldn't -- we would get lost in the storm. but when i seen the tweet that he was engaged, i'm very happy. >> short answer, kyle, do you believe donald trump can change this? >> yes. yes, i do. >> wow, so "fox & friends" earlier this week had on an employee from carrier who said he wasn't originally a trump fan and said he saved my job. i can't wait to hopefully see him and shake his hand and say thank you president-elect trump because now i'll have christmas with my family. >> and that rexnord employee, he'll look forward to say i now have the job if that job is saved. that's how you change political dynamics. if the working class believes that america is now open for business, donald trump is going to be in for a lot of success. >> interesting though, he's up early tweeting. do you think he gets up and thinks i have a message to send out and pulls out the phone --
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how do you think this goes down? >> we're going to ask reince priebus later. we want to find out what sort of freedom reince gives him now, get approval. >> or maybe it's the other way around. there was an effort to reign him in during the campaign. is is that still happening? we're going to be talking with reince priebus on the show because we're looking forward to a lot of big cabinet announcements as general petraeus this morning getting his nationwide audition. he's going to be on abc and i think the trump camp is looking closely how he handles his interview today answering questions about classified information as governor huckabee on our show earlier says he has to be thoughtful who he picks here and he thinks general petraeus needs to clear the air over giving classified information. >> the one thing this tells us, for all of the talk the press
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has had about donald trumd p. he is not an impulsive man. he has taken a thoughtful, thorough, deliberate process in selecting cabinet members, not just secretary of state. and i think this is a real pushback against his critics who tried to portray him as a man who reaches out and grabs the phone and says this is what i'm going to do. clearly he's a thoughtful person and has excellent people to choose from and going to make a decision. the one thing you also know about donald trump, it's going to be his decision, he'll make it. >> he made a lot of great points. >> i thought that was spot on. we've seen who will be the next secretary of state, he is taking his time on this and met with different people with different backgrounds and wants to make sure they can get through confirmation and loyal to me and best person for the job. it is a difficult job moving forward. >> indeed. it's an audition played out in real time and there's another name that we saw him yesterday. >> we saw him yesterday, your
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dad on the show, former governor of utah, jon huntsman, he was incredibly articulate, no one knows more about the region than him, china and taiwan. now we're hearing his name may be considered for -- behind the scenes, abby, come on. >> the south china sea will be huge moving forward. i'm biased because i'm his daughter. he's incredibly qualified, speaks mandarin. >> would he want it? >> the one thing he taught my family, you always step up and serve when you're asked. two brothers in the navy, politics aside, you step up and serve and you serve them loyally and do the job well. he's done that since i've been around. >> and your mom the big side of this said she feels like she would have one more big race in her. >> my dad says he has one more -- he's got the energy
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right now to get back out there, run for senate talked about yet or getting out to serve again, he's ready for the next step. >> he's certainly qualified when you look at the list of candidates, all qualified people, it's a matter of style and who he trusts. >> and who he sits down with and connects with at the end of the day. that is how he makes his decisions. do i trust this person or like this person. like i said, that's all i know. we'll leave it there and i'm biased. >> will you text me? >> coming up on the show, she duped her donors out of $7 million and now jill stein says she can't afford the $1 million fee for the recount in pennsylvania. where did all of that money go that people dough natured? chris wallace is here to react on the recount. snl is taking on the biggest mystery of all. >> tonight we're headed to the woods of westchester county to search for the most elusive legend of all, hillary rodham
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it's nearly twice what you raised for her failed presidential run, jill stein raising nearly 7 million bucks to try to recount votes. >> tell that to her donors as the grin party nominee drops pennsylvania because she doesn't have 1 million bucks to pay for it. >> here to weigh in is chris wallace sitting down with jill stein on the big show this morning. what do you make of this? i don't have the money to continue in pennsylvania? >> she says she doesn't have a million dollar bound that will have to be posted before they began the recount. she's not giving up there. she's going to take the fight out of state court where they made is a decision about the
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bond and take it to federal court so the recount is underway in wisconsin and she's going to try to push it through federal court in pennsylvania and also trying to push it in michigan. chris, what's the point of this? we've seen one seventh of the recount in wisconsin and it has changed by two total votes. how does she maintain this? >> look, she says that this is more about just ensuring the accuracy of the vote, that every vote is counted properly than it is to change the outcome of the election. on the other hand it is kind of interesting she chose three states that donald trump won narrowly and didn't choose any states and there's one, new hampshire that hillary clinton won by just 3,000 votes, much smaller margin than any of the trump states. and she's not contesting or trying to get a recount there. so these are all good questions i'll be asking jill stein at the top of the hour. >> also, chris, she's having a
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fundraiser tomorrow at trump tower, a press conference rather and encouraging people to continue to give money for this effort. are people being duped into this? where is this money ultimately going as pete was asking? >> it is going to the recount. it costs a lot of money. because of the fact that there wasn't that tight a margin, in most of these places it has to be half of one percent because it's outside there, she has to pay for the recount. it's not that it isn't being spent. but you're raising a legitimate question. is she doing this recount to try to change the election result or make sure every vote is counted or as you pointed out, she raised a lot more money from the recount than in her presidential runs in 2012 or 2016, to build up a war chest and build up a ro rolodex for 2020. >>/i was a betting man. kellyanne conway, what do you
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inspect she'll be talking about today, chris? >> i know what i'll be asking her about. obviously, the number one topic, which you guys have been talking about today is that the furor over trump's phone calls not just with the president of taiwan, which raises questions about is he going to change u.s. policy towards china but also conversations that he's had with the prime minister of pakistan, a country that we've had a very kind of hands off relationship with. and he was saying at least according to pakistanis, i can do anything i can to help you and also talked to the president of the philippines duterte, who is a very controversial guy who's been accused of killing extra judicially thousands of suspected drug dealers. so that's one of the questions. is he getting all of the briefing, all of the information he needs or is he just accepting con grat la tri phone calls and
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in that sense stepping on diplomatic toes. >> thank you very much, chris wallace. >> thank you, guys. >> we released five of the worst islamist terrorists for his return, now disgraced desserter bowe bergdahl is begging the president for a pardon. we'll talk to the man who led the troops to find bergdahl when he walked off base. >> in sally fields now has a question for the voters. >> i want to know what other people are thinking. i want to know why they voted for this man who didn't -- does not stand for anything. >> nor on her dramatic tirade just ahead. start your day with r one choice of dentists.
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welcome back, new york city has solved the homeless crisis. forget shelters, the city is going to pay friends and families of homeless people $2,000 a month to take them in, part of the home for the holidays program. reindeer gone rogue, japan stopping the pizza delivery service after some of the animals ran wild and failed to make santa's nice list. instead it's opting for these custom festive golf carts to get the job done in a more festive way. there you go, pete. >> we freed five islamist
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terrorists to bring him home and now disgraced bowe bergdahl is asking for a presidential pardon, facing life in prison for desserting his post in afghanistan, he requested a full pardon as part of a letter thanking president obama for rescuing him in that taliban prisoner swap in 2014. here with his reaction, retired lieutenant colonel michael walsh commanded the special forces group in afghanistan the day bergdahl disappeared. he's also the author of a book called warrior diplomat. a green beret's battle from washington to afghanistan. thank you develop for joining us. what was it like at that moment? bowe bergdahl walks off his post. what are you and other men in the theater doing? >> i can tell you, i took command the day he walked off his post. we had a campaign plan in place, set to target the taliban and
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the ha kwanny network, we were told to shop what you're doing and shift and search for bergdahl and that was everyone in theater. assets like close air support, drones, medevac reinforcements were shifted to search for him. he disrupted the entire campaign. >> for one deserter, it completely changes. here he is going through the army court-martial process and his attorneys trying to get him a sweetheart deal. his attorney said i have grave concerns as to whether sergeant bergdahl can receive a fair trial given the beating he has taken over many, many months from mr. trump who will be the commander in chief. they are claiming he can't get a fair hearing through the army system. do you think he can and will he? >> i think he absolutely will. general flynn, the pick for national security adviser,
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president-elect trump's pick. was the intelligence officer on the ground and knows what happened and he knows the disruption that this one soldier, this one deserter caused. however, he also was a veteran of 30 years in the army. he understands the military judicial system as to general mattis and general petraeus if he's picked. he's going to let the army play this out. >> colonel, he's hoping that obama will pardon him. what do you think the chances are that he will do that kind of thing? >> well, i hope nil. >> what would -- how would you? >> i would be incensed as would a whole army behind me. there's the actual prosecution and if he's prosecuted, he'll be reduced in rank likely to private. he will not get any veterans benefits and not be afforded the honor of being called a pow and
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importantly not receive any back pay which isn't currently accruing since he deserted and he'll get a dishonorable discharge. i want to see all of those things happen. there's a notion of does he have time served if the judge and jury says you suffered enough, that's fine. but that's a separate issue that all of the honors that he should have pulled from him. >> you and i and many others feel a lot more than a dishon arable discharge for what that man did to other men and men in the mission. it is called "warrior diplomat". >> thanks so much, pete. >> big cabinet announcements expected this week. will mitt romney make the cut? how about rudy giuliani? we'll get the inside scoop from reince priebus when he joins us live. he may have ruined george kastanza's lunch.
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>> the lochness monday store, all shrouded in mystery, we're headed to the woods of westchester county to search for the most elusive legend of all, hillary rodham clinton, this is the hunt for hil. hillary clinton has recently been sighted by a bunch of white people. where is she now? >> you've seen hillary clinton? >> i have. i was in my kitchen washing pans when i saw something moving through the woods. it was blonde, about 5'6" and it seemed like it kind of wanted some time to itself. so i immediately started running after it. >> so i decided to try to communicate with her. [ laughter ] >> what are you doing?
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>> not going to work. >> hold on. [ laughter ] >> that is good. >> it's great. >> amazing. >> the call of the fake laugh. well done. we do have some other important headlines to get to this morning, starting with this one, we're now learning the identity of the student accused of stabbing his professor to death on campus, david brown was one of five students who works in a lab at the university of southern california with the professor chan, working together since 2013. according to reports, brown had recently taken some time off. police calling the attack a personal one. a terrible story. veterans and police officers in chicago are teaching colin
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kaepernick a lesson on how to respect the national anthem. ♪ bombs bursting in air >> local vets standing out soldier field and the star spangled banger is sung in protest of kaepernick who is kneeling every week. >> an actress sally field in full meltdown mode, trying to figure out how on earth how hillary clinton lost? >> i want to know why they voted for this man who didn't -- does not stand for anything. i don't understand when they call this a democracy, and yet the people are not getting the representation that they voted for. >> appearing on chelsea handler's show, then tiger woods is back on the green, first
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tournament in 15 months. the former world number one starting his day strong but couldn't sustain it, finishing -- nevertheless president-elect trump tweeting, great to have you back tiger. special. don't you love a comeback story? >> and how do the television networks after he was not successful. >> rick? >> good morning, isn't it a little early for this? >> no. >> never too early. >> no. >> it's 5:00 somewhere. >> that's right. we'll explain what they are here for coming up in the show as well as these guys. like the legit clydesdales here. you do not want to miss this. it is going to be cold this week. these are your thursday morning lo lows across the northern plains and northern rockies. even with that said, as cold as it is it is not going to be record breaking cold. maybe a little bright news with that. minus 7 overnight in casper,
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wyoming, wednesday into thursday. how's how we get there, across the 2340r7b plains northern plains, cool but not too bad. tuesday a little colder and wednesday a little colder and thursday that cold drives further south and high temperature in amarillo, texas and tulsa, only 33 degrees. overnight lows will be well below freezing. right now we have a big storm down across the south. very heavy rain across southern texas. that will spread in across the deep south -- it also is this morning and snow will spread into chicago and interrupt much of wisconsin through the morning and that will bring 3 to 4 inches for folks there. back to you inside. >> super excited for this, rick. he's one of the most memorable characteristics in ' 90s television history. >> i didn't get any bread. >> forget it, buddy, go. >> excuse me, i think you forgot my bread? >> bread, $2 extra. >> $2? everyone in front of me got free
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bread. >> you want bread please? $3. no soup for you! >> we were talking about the hair. he played the soup nazi on quts seinfeld. >> good to see you. >> that was the easiest four days of work i ever had -- >> one of the most iconic characters. >> they made it so easy. >> you're doing something special this holiday season. you played the character -- you play a version of one of new york city's most iconic restaurants, al. >> yeg nai who runs the soup store in new york city and now you're teaming up with soup kitchens across the country. >> that's my favorite thing. we donate soup to all of these soup kitchens. we were at the holy apostle soup kitchen and they feed 900 homeless and hungry people every day.
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we donate 900 boxes of soup for a day's feeding -- >> especially this time of year when it's so cold outside and soup can feed so many people. >> and some of the best soup in the country. >> that's right. >> lobster bisque? >> this is our flagship soup. we have seven varieties in supermarkets which are all fantastic. and any given day at the soup stand on 55th there's nine varieties of soup. but lobster bisque is a staple, what everybody loves. >> it smells wonderful in here. >> this is our lobster bisque. these are the ingredients, mainly the north atlantic big chunks of lobster that characterize it. and all of these other ingredients we have peppers and celery and potatoes and carrots and mustard flour and cilantro and one of the favorite
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ingredients of mine is the sherry that goes in here. >> nice. >> and actually i'm going to let one of you pour it into this pot because when i try it never gets in there for some reason. >> you drink it? >> it goes somewhere else. >> what did al think about you portraying him on "seinfeld". >> i shouldn't out him because of course he didn't like the n word, those are al's secret ingredients, i can't tell you -- >> didn't like being called the soup nazi? >> he did think the episode was very funny and he was actually very grateful for what it did for his business. >> i'll bet. people were already lined up around the corner for him. that's why jerry chose to do it, right? >> the secret is spike fehr iston, a young letterman writer, and all of the other letterman writers were around the corner at the ed sullivan theater and they used to get the soup every day. so it was actually an accident. he got hired on "seinfeld" as a
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writer and he was pitching ideas -- >> you guys are great. i don't have to work at all -- >> so anyway spike was pitching ideas to larry and jerry and they weren't liking his ideas. one day at lunch, i wish we had the soup nazi there and larry goes, the what? he had been away from new york long enough. and spike told him about al and the soup stand and larry goes, that's your episode. >> and onest best -- >> lives on forever. so many people are willing to step up and help you. >> how can people help? how can people learn more? >> well, the website, original soupman.com. we have a facebook site. so you can learn all you want there. you can get the soup there. you can communicate, do anything you want there. all of our soups, we have soups
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in costco, the chicken gumbo, which i have one here. >> that's the chicken gumbo. >> and shrimp bisque. >> and we can always watch great "seinfeld" reruns. >> we've got to go to break. can you tell everybody if they don't stick around in the show what's going to happen? >> if you don't stick around and watch the show, no soup for you! >> so well done, thank you. >> president-elect donald trump kicking off the thank you tour and offering a message of hope. >> this is truly an exciting time to be alive. there's been no time like it. the script is not yet written. we do not know -- >> what do the voerts think about that? we have brand-new you'll only see here. >> edward snowden taking a big shot at possible secretary of
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welcome back, president-elect donald trump kicking off his thank you tour. how do americans think it's going? lee carter is the president and partner and has the brand-new dials just in. >> good morning. >> let's start with this one, trump on the carrier business keeping jobs in the u.s. here's what he said. >> we're saving the jobs at the
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carrier plant from going to mexico. 1,100 jobs. and i'm asking all companies to keep their jobs in america and we will work to make america a better environment for workers and businesses and we will crash down on all foreign trade abuses that undermine your ability and your company's ability to compete. those days are over for those companies going to leave. >> you can't even see the gop line through most of it. it is so high off the charts for republicans and democrats even gave this a c. for everyone criticizing this deal, it is a message to americans he's focused on bringing jobs back and he's going to act on it. it's something that's really resonating across the board. >> the crowd was chanting lock her up. play that. >> although we did have a lot of
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fun fighting hillary, didn't we? right? [ chanting ] >> you always want to be the gracious winner, right? >> you do. >> even republicans that i spoke with gave this a "c." the democrats gave this an "f." he's giving a thank you tour, let's focus on future not what he had to do to get there. everybody is saying, move on, don't talk about hillary clinton anymore. >> the big message was make america great again, something he also touched on in the thank you tour, asking people to believe in america again. here he is. >> 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.
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the script is not yet written. we do not know what the next page will read. well, 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. each one of you. >> and this is all about the american people, the independents giving it an "a" as well. >> you can see off the charts, republicans and independents and democrats not ready to come around to donald trump's message here but bottom line, he made this about the american people. he said the best is yet to be written and it's all about you. it was a fantastic message. people feel inspired and optimistic and hopefully he'll bring democrats around too. he promised unity, let's see what happens. >> edward snowden taking a big shot at possible secretary of
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state david petraeus. >> shared information that was far more highly classified than i ever did. he never spent a single day in jail. >> incoming chief of staff reince priebus is here to respond to that at the top of the hour. and there are plenty of great christmas decorations across the country from denver to new york, even alaska. francesca page with the top holiday destinations is joining us next. there she is. come on in. ♪ before i had the shooting, burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet... ... kicked off a lot of high school games... ... built a life for my family... ... and liked to help others in need. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda-approved to treat this pain, from moderate to even severe diabetic nerve pain. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or
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the holidays, there are other places around the country to get you in the christmas spirit, here's travel and lifestyle expert francesca page. >> great to be here. >> let's start with alaska. what can we expect at the north pole? >> it's not the north pole, a town in alaska which holds christmas in ice, this six-week long ice sculpting festival, brought to life with thousands of colorful lights, ice sculpting to competitions and it's located right next door to santa claus house to meet santa clous and the real life reindeer in person. >> easy to get to. what's the closest major town? >> it depends. it depends if you're driving or if you're flying to be honest with you. >> good point. park city utah. >> if it looks like a real deal because it kind of is. you have this beautiful snowy town under these snow capped mountains with real christmas trees and beautifully decorated main street and the scenery for
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christmas for when santa claus will come down on the chair lift there with his reindeer into the town before christmas and skis around the town on christmas eve. >> nice. >> and take us to denver now. >> yes, the denver botanic garden, thousands of trees and plants through the colorado countryside. you've got synchronized musical light shows and they even give you holo speks to turn into 3-d decorations. >> new york city, our own backyard. >> of course. all of the department stores, they go above and beyond in window displays to bring to life some of the most amazing decorations from giant sparkling sculptures to interactive displays that even have a macy's
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a pin ball machine you can play from outside the window and the infamous tree at rockefeller center. >> my kids loved the charlie brown display. >> yes, you can still get to these decorative spaces if you sign up for the newsletter. i get a lot of deals this time of year for these destinations and others and you can get to ken ver as little as $252 roundtrip for a flight. >> nice. merry christmas to you. >> merry christmas. >> coming up straight ahead, edward snowden takes a big shot at the possible secretary of state, david petraeus. listen. >> who shared information that was far more highly classified than i ever did. he never spent a single day in jail. >> incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus joins us for that and more. don't miss that.
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hum by verizon. the technology designed to make your car smarter, safer and more connected. put some smarts in your car. good morning, we start with a fox news alert, a warehouse of horrors goes up in flames. we look inside the rave space, nine party goers are dead and dzs still unaccount accounted for. how we are learning this may have all been prevented coming up. >> general david petraeus on the short list to be secretary of state but a familiar face is sending him a message. edward snowden calling out petraeus saying what petraeus did was worse? after taking $7 million from her donors, green party candidate jill stein says she can't afford the $1 million fee
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for the recount. so jill, where did all of the money go? we'll talk about that. in case you needed a reason to watch this morning. >> if you don't stick around and watch the show, no soup for you! ♪ >> on the back of the clydesdales, here on 38th street. >> i love this show. >> you never know what you're going to get. >> one minute you've got the incoming chief of staff, reince priebus and in another minute you have budweiser clydesdales and. >> we have soup nazi over here and we were wearing slippers in the 6:00 hour. >> while you interview reince
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priebus. >> we start with a fox news alert and the latest on pt dance club death trap. a massive fire in oakland california warehouse party. nine people are con fermed dead but 25 are missing. >> the man behind the warehouse speaking out for the very first time after debris trapped 100 party goers. >> live at the devastating scene with the latest. good morning, adam. >> reporter: yes, more than 24 hours later the recovery effort still is ongoing at oakland. it's going to go on for some time, probably into tomorrow morning. if you look behind me, a look at the warehouse, next to a car alarm building, it's two or three stories depending how you look at it but right now it's just a shell. as recovery efforts go on, it's a dangerous situ get an idea ho difficult it is to go inside right now from the air. there's aerials that came in yesterday afternoon to give us a look from above, the floor collapsing on itself and a shell of what it once was.
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firefighters have to go in from the side to cut holes in and use cranes and potentially bring in cadaver dogs as well as new technology to try to recover those inside. right now they are expecting potentially two dozen more bodies inside that building. we're also getting some new pictures of what the building looked like before the fire. you can see this was supposed to be kind of an industrial area, wasn't supposed to be what it was -- we've been told there were complaints about it and if you look inside the actual building, you can see there was a maze of rooms and a lot of stuff that was really constructed without anything other than maybe just some boards to separate different areas, also stuff that went up in a matter of minutes last night into yesterday morning. we heard also from the actual city yesterday about the situation, about the photos we're seeing here and about some of the complaints of what it was like inside that building. take a listen. >> we had received recent
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complaints about blight and unpermitted construction at the company. we had opened an investigation and that investigation is ongoing. such a party would have required a special permit from the city and such a permit had not been issues. >> basically the building had been illegally converted into artist studios. the owner did post a facebook post early yesterday morning. still very early on when this was all ongoing. there was still a smoldering fire when this was posted as far as we can tell. in part he says, everything i worked so hard for is gone. it's as if i woken from a dream filled with opulens and hope -- talking about the building, not the fact that there are potentially 40 people dead from the fire. >> more worried about his pianos. >> thinking about those families this morning, so, so sad. a lot of other news to get to.
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a major scare for country star granger smith, falling off the stage at his friday night show, canceling future concerts, being treated for a partially collapsed lung and two broken ribs from the fall. he is in good spirits, i took a pretty hard spill in jersey, thanks for the well wishes. you mean the world to me. i'll be out of the hospital and 100% soon. good to hear. the now private funeral for fidel castro. the press just kicked out of the ceremony. controversial leader laid to rest in santiago de cuba, the funeral coming a day after thousands paid tribe but to one of the most divisive figures. raul praising fidel for standing up to the u.s. until the end. president obama will not be
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there today. a christmas isn't merry without hillary clinton in the white house. fashion leaders canceling a prominent holiday party blaming it on the election result and their invitation showing clinton with the caption, make america me merry again. this was sent out before the election happened. the money budgeted will be donated to groups like planned parenthood. >> the college payoff jut got cheerier with three championships decided, alabama, the number one team in the country, scoring off a blocked punt and interception routing florida, and penn state, rallying in the fourth quarter to beat wisconsin, 38-31. and heisman hopeful watson leading the clemson tigers to a 42-35 win in the acc championship. >> big games. >> jill stein on fox news sunday this morning and will be answering questions from our own
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chris wallace about these recounts that have been unfolding in michigan and wisconsin and possibly pennsylvania. and no word now word overnight they are not going to be forking over the $1 million bond in order to pay for the recount to go forward in pennsylvania. >> and it's raised a lot of eyebrows. she raised over $7 million so far, more than doubled it which she ever raised in the presidential. she's going to be on "fox news sunday" and i happened to talk to her briefly. why aren't you spending a million dollars in pennsylvania when you have the resources? she doesn't feel like the state courts are going to be fair and they are withholding that money. but a lot of people -- and i take that explanation but a lot of people are wondering, if you're raising money forry count but not willing to invest it to formally do, what are you really doing? >> here's what the green party has said. petitioners are regular citizens of ordinary means and can't afford to post the $1 million bond required by that court. >> so the question this morning,
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why? what's the end game here? what is the attempt here. she was on kennedy show earlier this week and had a little trouble explaining her reasoning behind all of this, listen. >> there is no evidence until you look for it. that's the think about hacking into our voting system. the democratic party data base hacked into, right? we saw private e-mails hacked into. and we saw the voter data base hacked into in arizona, illinois. that's proven. >> wouldn't you agree in order to hack into something, you have to be connected to the internet. >> i'm not talking about the election system. i'm talking about a voter data base. >> i love kennedy's expression. >> the first rule of hacking, you need internet. >> we're still talking about jill stein, big guest on the show on "fox news sunday" as well, maybe wanting to keep her name out there, running again in 2020. >> no one does that, right? >> raise money?
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she acknowledges it's not going to change the outcome of the election. it's about voter integrity. why not other states? she said maybe there will be more states. maybe we'll see more and more, recount them all. >> she's going to trump tower tomorrow. this story may continue on. >> watch "fox news sunday" for more on that. >> hillary clinton supporters turned homicidal, sending death threats to the electoral college. one member joins us just ahead. they were united on the campaign trail but sarah palin and president-elect trump are at odds, over his business plans. she calls it crony capitalism, what he's doing at the carrier plant. >> and everyone wants to know, who mr. trump will pick for secretary of state? could we find out this week? incoming white house chief of staff, reince priebus is joining us next and we'll ask him all about it.
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back to quick headlines, defense secretary ash carter saying u.s. troops along with the international partners will need to stay in iraq even after isis is defeated. he says he'll need to remain militarily engaged to stay on top of the attempt to relocate or reinvent itself. a submarine is now ready for service, the uss colorado christened in a ship yard ceremony, it will specialize in surveillance and war fare against over recoveries. >> love it. >> one day after the election,
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hillary clinton had this message for her supporters. take a listen. >> donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> many of her followers are still refusing to accept the results, even going so far as to send death threats to members of the electoral college demanding they switch their vote or die. >> michael joins us live now. what -- you've been threatened as a member of the electoral college. what have people been saying to you and how did it start? >> yeah, thanks for having me, by the way. unfortunately this political cycle is very divisive and in the weeks following the election, i was justin inundated with hundreds of e-mails and facebook messages and letters to my house, four or five a day. large stack on my dining room table now. unfortunately some of those messages came with death threats, death wishes and a lot of those angry messages from people who just couldn't accept
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the results of the election. >> here are some of those. we'll read some of these threating texts we're able to read on national television. you support bigotry and hate and racism. i hope you die. it's not a threat, it's a promise. here's another one. there's -- we won't show you more of them. what are they hoping to accomplish, michael? >> i think it's just people venting their anger. i don't think they realize what they are doing. a lot of people think because they are sending threats over the internet they are not legitimate but they are. i think that no one would actually believe that sending a threat like this would give me to change their vote and if they do, they have something else wrong with them. i can't say what's going on with someone's mind who would send a threat to somebody because they disagree on politics. >> i want to ask what your message would be to people up in arms, this is a democracy when you have electoral college picking a president and the popular vote has a different
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result here. what is your message to them on that? >> my message is we are a republic and we have systems put in place to ensure every american has a voice in this process. that's what the electoral college ensures. if you have a national popular vote you leave so many americans voices left unheard in the elections. the electoral college gives a voice to people in middle america so that the big states like california and new york don't just dominate our election results every election. people in wyoming now and new hampshire have a voice just as the people in california and michigan and florida and new york. that system is put in place to ensure americans have a voice in the process. >> michael, we appreciate you coming on and the threats should stop and more people should take a civics course so they know the country is a republic and not just a democracy. >> david petraeus on the short list to be secretary of state
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but this morning a familiar face is sending him a message. edward snowden calling him out, what he did was way worse than what i did. >> and everyone wants to know, who mr. trump will pick for secretary of state. could we find out this week? incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus joins us live next. ♪ g new cars. you're smart. you already knew that. but it's also great for finding the perfect used car. you'll see what a fair price is, and you can connect with a truecar certified dealer. now you're even smarter. this is truecar.
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>> remember last year when christiane a.m. an pour was doin of what the
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press had to deal with. >> people could end up behind bars. >> she was worried about the press because of a trump presidency. she took heat for that. >> she did. >> now she's doubling down on that as well. she was on npr saying this about the treatment of the press. take a listen. >> i said never in a million years could i have imagined myself on the stage in new york reappealing for the safety and freedom of the american press. and i base that on obviously donald trump's rhetoric against the press calling us dishonest and other epithets hurleded around. i've covered enough of my colleagues who ended up in cages in kangaroo court like in cairo and moscow on trial for being incited or sympathizers or out and out flat-out terrorists. i feel i have to stand up for my own tribe in the united states.
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>> so now -- >> tribe of the press. >> can we play the sound bite of her outrage at the obama administration looking no james rosen. can you roll that tape? >> there is no tape of that. >> this isn't moscow and this isn't cairo. this is whining elitists from the coast saying we have no idea what the people of america actually think and believe and why they could have ever voted for donald trump. so we're going to condemn them to elevate ourselves even more and whine about it. >> the biggest message that came out of this entire race was the media got it wrong. they got it wrong. i mean, they -- >> egg in their face. >> president-elect trump ultimately ended up winning. i'm watching her statement on having to stand up for the press and what they stand for, when we go out around the country and go to diners and talk to voters about the issues they care about, i would love to see her in one of these diners having a one on one conversation about why they voted for mr. trump because i -- it's hard to see
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that actually happening. those are the people watching television, that went out and voted. there seems to be a real disconnect between what the immediate with a is saying and how people feel about it. >> that's why the rating reflect -- look at cnn, this is a story talked about yesterday, you had a producer behind the scenes joking around about the trump airplane possibly going down and crashing and anchor laughing about it on the air. >> that's such a great point. not only did they get it wrong but clips like that and others, they've been exposed for their left wing agenda, they are in the tank for hillary clinton and sending debate questions. they go to each other's weddings, it's the relationship of the elite media on the left and democrats and they were working and pushing hillary clinton and then she lost. >> here's what's crazy about it. what does the media want? they want access, to have conversations with our politicians. who is the worst at giving access of any politician we've
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seen is hillary clinton. i've never understood that. >> she didn't need access, they were doing work for her anyway. >> we've got to save some time because we've got the incoming chair chief of staff joining us in just moments. first this, they were united on the campaign trail, sarah palin and president-elect trump are at odds over his business plan. she called it crony capitalism. >> it's the cabinet mind on everyone's position, who will president-elect trump pick for secretary of state? could we find out this week? reince priebus joins us live next. ♪
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the moment we've been waiting for all morning long. we've been waiting all morning long. let's not waste any time to talk to the incoming chief of staff reince priebus. welcome to the show. >> good morning, everybody. >> you've got a very busy week ahead of you because we've been hearing about the cabinet announcements all week and much talk this morning of general david petraeus, people are calling it an audition of sorts. his appearance on abc this morning and how will he answer those tough questions about the classified information that was handed by him to some other
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individuals and how will he answer those questions? how do you think he will do? >> i think he'll do well. he's incredibly talented and very smart and very impressive person. i don't know who knows more about all of the details that need to be understood that's happening in the middle east than david petraeus. and so, look, we're looking forward to seeing him but quite frankly this is season open process. he's one of many people that we're looking at for key positions and the nice thing is and what people should take away from this. we have a president elect in donald trump who is talking to everybody, talking to the best and brightest this country has to offer and that should encourage you no matter who you are, whichever your political background is, you should be encouraged by a president talking to the best and brightest in america. >> as you've seen, everyone has their own opinions about all of
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these potential picks, even edward snowden. he was on yahoo! news and he had on own thoughts about general petraeus. here's what he said. >> general petraeus, who shared information that was far more highly classified than i ever did with journalists. when the government came after him, they charged him with a misdemeanor, he never spent a single day in jail, despite the classified information he exposed. >> what are your thoughts on that? >> i'm not here to defend general petraeus. he's not working for us and i'm not here to defend him or what he did. i'm simply here to tell you that we've got a president talking to everybody, we're having great announcements coming up. you see that general mattis is likely to be the secretary of defense, one of the greatest heroes of our lifetime, the most decorated marine in a generation. and these are the types of people and picks that we've been putting in place.
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i think are giving the american people a lot of confidence. >> but of course, he is on the short list for secretary of state. we saw him meeting with the president-elect the other day. he is meeting there and then how would then mr. trump square that circle when he went after hillary clinton so hard on the idea of classified information living on her e-mail server? how would he do that? >> well, i don't know if he is going to square -- i don't know if he is going to square the circle, how you put it. i'm not suggesting that he is. i'm suggesting he had a conversation with him and there's really not much more to report than that. they had a good talk. >> we heard from president-elect trump in the rally a few days ago saying it's going to be a big week this next week. a number of big announcements will be made. what can you tell us? >> here's what i can tell you. we're moving very fast. the president is talking to a lot of people, we could make news for an entire week without doing anything more for that week. we have enough lined up that we
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could make news every day. but, he's going to start out with an announcement early in the week and perhaps a couple, one including general mattis, we're going to continue our thank you tour this upcoming week. and we're going to continue to roll out names. as each name gets rolled out, people will have the confidence that we have a president for all americans, no matter your background or political affiliation or race or gender. that's what he wants to dorks a bridge builder that works to make this stuff happen fast. >> mr. chairman, you have one of the biggest jobs in a country with a boss who's tireless, up late and up early. we know he's up early because this morning we saw him tweeting very early about a topic and jobs, an issue he made a priority with the carrier plant and other places. he sent out about six tweets. we'll read three of them.
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the u.s. is going to substantially reduce taxes and regulations on businesses but any business that leaves our country for another country, fires its employees and then thinks it will sell its products back into the u.s. without retribution or consequence is wrong. there will be a tax on them soon -- on our soon to be strong border for these companies. so when -- in the morning like this when you wake up, do you know those tweets are coming or are they coming because i want to focus on bringing business back to the country? >> listen, sometimes we do and sometimes we don't. that what's make president trump p so different and he wants to engage with the american people individually. here's where we want to go and where our party wants to be and president-elect trump wants to be. we want to be the party and he wants to be the president for the american worker. we want to take away incentives from companies to make it better for them to go overseas. in other words, this
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repatriation of electricals sitting overseas, we want to bring that back into the country. even out our import/export situations where exports are being taxed but imports aren't and lower the corporate and business tax rates so that companies can't flee to not pay taxes but put them in a better position back home. this all parts more money in people's pockets and keeps jobs here and people can live the american dream. we want to be the party for the american worker. that's where we're going to be with president trump and that's the message he's sending across america. >> you recall republicans are critical of the obama administration for picking winners and losers, putting their money behind -- the wood behind the bat of companies like solyndra, the solar industry. sarah palin has come out in an opinion piece this week. is at odds with president-elect trump over his move into the carrier plant, helping to save
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the 1100 jobs. when government steps in ash trarly with individual subsidies favoring one business other others, it sets ill logical precedent. has the president-elect spoken to palin about this. what's his response? >> no he hasn't. this was a company that was just two weeks ago ready to leave and pack up for good. president-elect trump stepped in, and worked with governor pence and put a package together to make sure that this company stayed. but the truth is by that logic, just taxing these companies at 35% is an artificial punishment coming the other direction from government. i mean, all of these incentives and all of these tax reform measures that need to take place are either incentives or punishment, one way or the
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other, pushing or pulling companies from doing business in the united states. what president trump wants to do, he wants to take away as many of those punishments from these companies that exist today so that things like this carrier situation and the government being involved in saving those jobs actually don't have to happen because companies are going to be deciding to stay here on their own because the business environment here is so great that they don't -- they wouldn't want to move to another country. that's the place we want to get to. but until we get to that place, president-elect trump is going to be on the phone talking to these companies and trying to encourage them to not leave our country. >> earlier in the program we had an employee from rexnord, an hour down the road from carrier. you just alluded to it. will he be on the phone -- we he be on the phone with those and other companies during this time period before he can put the policies in place to change the
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underlying environment? >> i wouldn't be surprised at all. this is a president that he's not the kind of person that you know, you don't tell him, president trump, tomorrow at 4:48 you're going to call this person -- he doesn't have the patience to be boxed in to just do one thing at a time. he wants to get it done and get it done fast. i would not be surprised if he wasn't on the phone with all of these companies as many as he can to encourage him to stay, stick it out and wait until the policies can be put in place and do a business here in america. that's where we want these companies to be. i think they want to be here in america. but we have to give them the incentives to stay here. >> you never know quite what he's going to tweet. you don't know where it's going to show up or if he'll be in costume or not. that was the big story this morning. attending a halloween costume last night with kellyanne conway. it was a heroes and villains themed party. the big question, it looks like
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he went as himself. >> did you dress up? >> no, you know what, he's a great sport and has a lot of fun. and it was a good time to relax a little bit. we're happy for him. >> before we go, we have ten seconds left. any announcements you want to make about the cabinet here before we let you go? >> ten seconds. >> you know me, i like to do things in order so i'm not going to be making any news. >> seeing if we could get you to go out of order this morning. >> thanks, mr. chairman. good to see you. >> thank you, dwis guys. >> over a dozen shot in chicago since friday but the city's mayor is now more focused on protecting illegal immigrants and setting aside a slush fund to do that. >> you just heard from reince priebus on this, the president-elect warning american companies, move your business out of america and face consequences. how will trump's warning affect the stock market? maria bartiromo is with us next
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argument at the exact same intersection where he killed on thursday. now other louisiana drivers coming forward with more stories of him cursing at them while driving. he was released on thursday with no charges filed. >> and we now know what triggered rapper kanye west's massive mental breakdown. tmz reporting that west stopped taking his medicine after wife kim kardashian was robbed at gun point, leading to a complete downward spiral. he canceled his tour and spent eight days in a psych ward. now back home under doctor supervision. the homeless crisis, forget shelters, the city will pay friends and family of homeless people nearly $2,000 a month to take them in. they'll even get a taxpayer funded $500 gift card as a bonus for their hospitality. the homeless family also gives a
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$500 gift card along with that. >> all right, aearly this morning donald trump making it clear he's not messing around with businesses leaving for mexico. warning of heavy tax penalties, tweeting, america is quote open for business. >> maria bartiromo, good to see you. what's your reaction to that? >> my reaction is this is a slippery slope. he's trying to say really just what you just said, pete, we're open for business and i mean business. and so the tone right now is a little, look, watch what happens. i don't think in practicality that he is going to be calling up company after company and warning them, you better not leave the country or else. but he is trying to make sure he is creating an environment and administration will create an environment for business that will be so attractive, you will not want to leave or try to have a factory in mexico and try to
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get those products back in there. >> you can't threaten, you have to figure out a way to incentivize ceos to want to keep the jobs here. sometimes it can back fire. >> what you said during the break is right, he's got to get the tone right. that is important. >> and sarah palin writing an opinion piece criticizing mr. trump whom he supported during the campaign. saying this is exactly really what republicans had criticized democrats of doing with president obama picking the lights of solyndra and other businesses, picking winners and losers and called it crony capitalism. >> i interviewed wilbur ross last week and he was very clear. this idea of tariffs is used as a tool. it's going to be a tool to make sure companies understand that yes, if you do move all of these jobs out of the country and then try to produce the same things you could have produced here in america and then try to get them over the border, he will face a tariff, it's to make sure
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companies understand, do it the other way. it's going to be an attractive place for business. i agree this is a slippery slope. he has to get the tone right. i think he will. >> he's using the tools he has at his disposal right now. he's the president-elect, hasn't had the ability to propose and change the tax code. you would suspect the approach probably does shift when he has those tools at his disposal. >> he's not going to call every company and president of the free world be able to know exactly where every plant is at every company. i don't think it's going to be as granular as it is right now as it seems right now. >> something i agree with him about, many years ago and before he ran for president, americans like cheap stuff. i wish we could buy one well made american item, american tv or track tore instead of five that fall apart from china. >> if we were to see tariffs,
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that means all go up in price. if he's going to charge china 35% in tariffs and anybody else tariffs trying to bring products in, those companies will have no choice but to raise prices. >> we've got a big show. newt gingrich and cathy mcmorris rogers, talking about what is possible in terms of getting legislation -- and hen serling will talk about dodd frank. >> i want to watch that. what will happen to that? maria, great to see you. the show starts in 12 minutes. >> see you then. >> up next, you will meet one of these blue collar workers that president-elect donald trump has been talking about. he was just asked to train his replacement in mexico to do his job. and yesterday, we had goats on the show. today we've got budweiser clydesdales on the plaza and they brought a special delivery for the holidays. beer. ♪
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not going to leave the united states any more without consequences, not going to happen. it's not going to happen. >> that's president-elect donald trump sticking to his word and continuing to fight to keep jobs in the u.s. this time now he's turning attention to a different company, tweeting rexnord of indiana is moving to mexico and firing workers. this is happening all over the country. no more. it has personal meaning for kyle who worked there for ten years
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and his job is on the line. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> tell me what this means to you, that donald trump is fighting to keep your job, your specific job in the united states? >> i'm very happy. i mean, honestly, when i seen the tweet friday night, i was really shocked. i know that he worked on carrier and carrier had, you know, the 1400 employees. we only had 300. i figure we were small potatoes, that we probably wouldn't -- we would get lost in the storm. when i seen the tweet that he was engaged, i'm very happy. >> right now as it currently stands, rexnord is slated to leave and go to mexico. in preparing for the segment, i read you have to train your mexican counterparts for your job. is that true? >> that is something that we have learned in the last few
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days. work on severance packages that rexnord has offered in exchange for our jobs. there's a provision in there apparently for us to get our severance package or retirement package or any kind of money, that yes, the requirement would be that we'll have to train our counterparts to do the exact job we're doing right now. >> how does that make you feel? >> sick in my stomach. >> and the wages that you earn, which i read are between 20 to $30 an hour, would be $5 an hour in mexico. why is this happening in our country? why is our country bleeding these kind of jobs and leaving for mexico? >> honestly, it boils down to corporate greed. it's the almighty dollar. they can go across the board or over to china and get the products made for pennies on the dollar. the wages in monterrey mexico
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would be $3 an hour to $5 an hour. the upper range would be with benefits, whatever benefits package that might be. i can't even imagine what that you do? >> myself, at my age, probably would have to reinvent myself again. but i'm more worried about my fellow workers, brothers and sisters in the union there at rexnord. we have young workers in there who have just recently gotten married or they recently had a baby or just recently bought a home or a car. and those are the ones i'm really worried for. >> short answer, do you believe donald trump can change this? >> yes. yes, i do. >> there we go. we all hope he can, and we hope your job stays like those jobs from carrier. kyle, thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> you got it.
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cthey all need a place to park their cash and cherna is their dirty little piggy bank. we're going to insert into the country while nobody is looking. we're going to steal their money, sir? no, we are going to destroy it. we're going to finish this mission. anything we find is ours. do you want to trust a bunch of black water marks? i mean the rush, i've never felt anything like it. if we stay here we're going to die. then we die.
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♪ >> beer for my horses. the budweiser clydesdales are here this morning outside the fox news studio, keeping us warm. >> just like they celebrated the end of prohibition back in 1933 by bringing beer back to new york city, governor al smith brought us a special delivery. >> is there any more special delivery than this? here to tell us more, budweiser spokesperson monica. tell us what we're celebrating. >> thank you for bringing me a whole case. >> we have a crowd out here this morning. i was wondering why. must have something to do with this. >> that's right. this is an exciting weekend for us. we love bringing the clydesdales out, and we're celebrating two big milestones. one past, one present. tomorrow, i don't know if you know, is the repeal of prohibition, the anniversary of
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it. >> best day ever. >> great, and just this past weekend, celebrating the entire weekend to celebrate the opening of our brand-new new york city office. >> how can people get involved? >> i think you could get involved. >> that's right. that's right. beer is back. >> what was that moment like during prohibition? what was the history of the moment? >> a lot of people don't know, it's an interesting fact, but the reason the clydesdales are in the anheuser-busch family is they were given as a gift to celebrate the repeal of prohibition. one of their first appearances was right here in new york city where they delivered the first case of budweiser. and we re-enacted that this past friday. >> and the super bowl ad with the clydesdales? >> you'll have to have me back on. >> also, these horses really are prepared. you can't see it close up, but even their tails are braided with ribbons around them. they have roses in their hair.
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beautiful. >> there's an immense amount of tlc. >> i know how to be popular. who wants beer? >> thank you, everyone, for joining us this morning. >> good morning, everybody. happy sunday. moving ahead. hi, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." president-elect donald trump stepping up his efforts to build his administration with now less than 50 days until inauguration day. what is his next move and who's next on the list? and we'll check out the transition right now. we'll talk about that right now with former house speaker newt gingrich. congresswoman cathy mcmorris rodgers and congressman jeb hensarling talking about rules and regulations and what is the state of our nation's cybersecurity. are we prepared for attacks at

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