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♪ sandra: we made it to the weekend. it is called out there. you are watching "fox and friends". and intelligence report on russia's alleged influence on the election wondering who gave the media insight into that report before his briefing. live in washington with all the developments, good morning. >> not clear who leaked details of the report on russian hacking
good but it is clear president-elect trump is not happy about it. president obama was blamed in a report yesterday and according to nbc news the report states in addition to the most recent election they carried out hacking during the 2008, and 2012 election and tried to hack the white house, the joint chiefs of staff, state department and several american companies with varying degrees of success. the president-elect not happy with the details of that report before his scheduled intelligence briefing later today. on twitter he wrote how did nbc get an exclusive look at the top-secret report he was presented. who gave them this report and why did you politics. he went on to question the intelligence community's findings, writing the democratic national committee has not allowed the fbi to give computer info after it was hacked. how and why are they so sure
hacking was never questions, and examination of servers. what is going on? as for russia, what they were carrying out in this cybercampaign and concluded to disrupt the american democratic process as a form of payback for the obama administration's adversarial position against vladimir putin. on capitol hill the director of national intelligence james clapper made it clear no actual votes were affected by the kremlin. >> they did not change any vote tallies or anything of this sort. the impact on choices that are made. no way to gauge that. >> reporter: we expect to learn more about russia cyberefforts when a classified report is made
public next week. heather: 7 a lot of questions remain. russia's influence on the election cannot described as hacking. >> apparently, i have not seen the report, apparently the report says they didn't change any votes, don't understand what hacking means in this context, did not change any votes in any precinct in america so american people without interference, the russians may have engaged in this information. whether that is more disinformation in the new york times engaged then i have no idea and i don't -- where out to 0 is available for cable for pete's sake. heather: democrats backing away from a plan to challenge president trump's nomination as congress meets to talk about his electoral college when. reporting the idea of
challenging it this afternoon. we are unable to get what is going on. 304 electoral votes. president-elect's transition team pushing through the cabinet picks quickly, eight different nominees are set for tuesday, thursday, picks alone on wednesday. senate democrats are not happy with the timeline saying they can't properly vet the nominee. james woolsey stepping down from the president-elect's transition team explaining to megan kelly why. >> i was senior advisor on the transition, i really wasn't. i didn't think it was right to claim something that is not the case. heather: dan coats will be announced as mister trump's
director of national intelligence. the faces of hate crime charges now final against four black teenagers torturing a disabled white man for days. the thugs behind the horrifying attack streamed live are not showing any remorse. so horrible. live in los angeles, the suspects are set to face a judge for the first time today. what is the latest on that? >> reporter: good morning. the four african-american suspects are due in court for a bail hearing charged with hate crimes, kidnapping and aggravated battery charges after allegedly holding and torturing a mentally challenged white man as long as 48 hours. >> donald trump -- [bleep] >> reporter: part of the attack was streamed on facebook live and capture the alleged
assailants shouting anti-donald trump slogans and verbally abusing the victim. chicago police officials have condemned the attack calling it a hate crime. >> racial slurs and deference to his mental capacity starts coming out, that is one of the reasons they were charged with a hate crime. >> reporter: the victim's parents say their son was going to spend new year's eve with some classmates and friends. instead investigators claim the group kidnapped the man keeping him tied up for hours with his mouth taped shut before he was able to escape. the attackers have shown no remorse, the lifestream attack shocked any and has been widely criticized. >> it is a hate crime, wrong, vile, should cause us to do something, should cause all americans, black, white, hispanic, jewish, muslim, moving into a new presidency, how do we come to the table, this is not
america. >> reporter: the victim's family says they are grateful for the prayers and help in getting him back home. heather: horrible. president obama weighing in on the torture video calling it despicable but insists race relations are not getting worse. >> i promise you, for the most part race relations have gotten better. what we have seen over the last several years is tensions between police, the internet, horrific hate crimes we appear to have seen. heather: do you think race relations are getting better or worse? log on to our facebook page for live debate. elementary students stranded in
upstate new york because of heavy snow and hazardous roads. dozens trapped on buses overnight not making it home until early this morning, two third of the country waking up to winter weather warnings and white out conditions with snow from the northeast down to the south. janice dean with more on the extreme weather. >> this is a big deal in the south where they have winter weather advisories, winter storm warnings across alabama, georgia, the carolinas. current temperatures you see how cold it is factor in the wind and it is downright dangerous across the midwest, central us, seems like 13 °, cold air is in place and that means any moisture that rides up his friends will turn into snow or ice. we woke up to snow on long island and new jersey towards connecticut. that will get out of the way but the big story will be snow in
the south. atlanta, georgia, saying be prepared, stranded for several days, not being able to get anywhere. it is a friday and need to take precautions, winter storm warning, alabama, georgia, carolinas, big deal, they could get three inches to six inches to a dozen inches across portions of north carolina. the ice will be a factor. my concern is it won't go anywhere because temperatures will be below freezing. if you get a little melting overnight, icy roadways, this is going to be a dangerous if not difficult situation across the south. we will be on top of it. heather: the time is 9 minutes after the top of the hour, protecting illegals from the trump administration. >> they could finance terrorism, engage in all types of fraud. >> new york city tries to hide
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prince of al qaeda after saying he was wounded by his father and could appeal to young generations of jihadists. the obama administration, after 20 more gitmo detainees including 9/11 hijackers, expected to happen in three ways. the move would leave 39 terrorists remaining at gitmo, the news comes the same day many prisoners were sent to saudi arabia. national intelligence report from july shows 30% of released prisoners are suspected of or confirmed to have returned to terror. our city officials in new york threatening national security, affecting thousands of illegals, that is the accusation from state lawmakers as the city plans to delete personal information of city id, some republican lawmakers, it could harbor terrorists. >> you can't allow people with a
scantily vetted id card to open bank accounts where they could finance terrorism, engage in all types of fraud. heather: 1 million applicants have used the free id service in the last two years. guy ensign, political editor of town to the hall.com slamming bill diblasio and those on the board for putting their political agenda, ahead of safety. >> millions of americans question priorities of their elected officials, not only is the city handing out documentation to illegal immigrants which can be controversial and to itself but they are going out of their way to destroy the public record and wipe away the paper trail about who got the documents and how they got them. it isn't just about immigration. there are other issues, people getting official ids on their hands and access to the banking
system, money laundering and fighting terrorism so this is a political agenda driving something that could put us citizens and everyone in the city at risk. heather: reports show 102 fraudulent applications have been detected. foxbusiness alert, personal information at risk thanks to one of the most popular items. what we need to know, good morning. >> if you look at alexa it is great, all you have to say is alexa, what is the weather like outside? but when you say the word alexa the operating system not just for the alexa you have but the server, then amazon controls, starts to record everything, listening to help you get to the grocery store but also taking
advantage of everything around you. all this coming up as far as a privacy issue because of what we saw in arkansas. they want the data and amazon has been fighting them in a murder investigation. google has a smart device as well, same issue. how much are they recording? how much activity, how much are they storing and where does the information going to go to the parties? heather: this is the future. for more economic news, black & decker opening a dance after trump's border attack, black & decker buying the craftsman brand and buying it from sears. they say they will open a new plant in the united states, several plants in the united states that black & decker is operating but the ceo said he didn't mention donald trump, in the current environment it is better to expand in the us.
a lot of companies feeling the pressure to rethink their strategy and where they make their goods and services. new report out about airlines around the world. qantas is coming in. if you look at the internationalist they were always top in the list, looking at delta, united, virgin, alaska, british, these are the world's safest airlines so these are different things. no fatalities. they came in number one in new zealand's, never had a fatality, alaska, they go on other things, the black box, what is the safety record, how old are the aircraft the airline is flying. if you would like to fly, your nervous flyer, maybe buy a ticket, we will leave you with this over the last two decades, fatalities in air crashes of gone down tremendously. >> definitely good news, thank
you. it is 18 minutes after the top of the hour, outrage boiling over, brand-new demands to have a painting depicting police officers as pigs removed from the nation's capital. on-screen directions, music and a tracking device, one of the cool new gadgets from the consumer electronics show. the best new pick, live in studio. nice to see you.
heather: meryl streep and gwyneth paltrow among the stars bidding farewell to debbie reynolds at a private memorial in los angeles. the ceremony comes is new 911 calls reveal the safe to save reynolds after she severed a stroke, the distressed collar barely able to into the operator's questions. >> can you wake her up? do you just see her chest rising and falling q >> i'm sorry. >> any other symptoms? >> i'm going to put you on with the nurse, there's a doctor on the way. heather: debbie reynolds died one day apart, mother and daughter will be buried side-by-side at memorial park in hollywood hills later today. fascinating glimpse into the life of princess diana, personal letters so that uk auction for thousands of dollars revealing intimate moments of her family life, long serving buckingham palace steward describing the bond between princess william and harry and harry was always
in trouble at school, the letters are going for $4000. it is the super bowl of the technology world and the consumer electronics show exceeding expectations. what were the most innovative gadgets everyone is talking about. in las vegas, and inside look at the top tech of 2017. >> the super bowl of technology is what we forecast 2017 to bring us, not what is in the future of this, there are a lot of bells and whistles, stuff we will never own, trying to show off. i look at what is practical and real, what i notice is tvs a big, 4 k and more affordable and gimmicky in terms of a connected home and voice like we were talking about alexa, that will become bigger for us this year. start to think about not the technology that is futuristic
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heather: >> anything you wish your bicycle did this will do, no idea of the price yet or whether it will hit us market. they did a phenomenal job building this bicycle, if you are biking together you can invite people through the operating system, walkie-talkie one another. they nailed it on this one. a secret in silicon valley, a chinese company that has just splashed into the us in october instead of california and seeing what they are doing now. heather: good to see you this morning, happy friday. the time is 27 minutes after the top of the hour. a parent's worst nightmare when a 6-year-old girl is stranded on the side of the road by her school bus.
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reprehensible. >> with the victim's family is saying about the attack. time for hillary to come out of the woods. new rumors about her next political venture setting social media on fire. "fox and friends" first continues right now. good morning to you. you are watching "fox and friends" first, live look at times square on the weekend. abby: 32 after the hour. the intelligence report on russia's alleged influence on the election but he is wondering who gave the mainstream media insight into the report before
his briefing. in washington dc, all the developments. what is the latest? >> reporter: this all comes after president obama received the same intelligence briefing on russian hacking yesterday afternoon after parts of that report released to the press. trump not happy, the details of the classified which and he was presented, who gave them this report, and why politics was according to nbc news citing a senior intelligence official the report details russian hacking efforts in the 2008-2012 elections and attempt to hack into the white house, joint chiefs of staff, state department and several american companies to brief success. is for russia's motives
intelligence analysts included the cyber the campaign was to disrupt the american democratic process as a form of payback in the obama administration's adversarial position against vladimir putin. last night mister trump continued to question the intelligence community's findings tweeting the democratic national committee would not allow the fbi to see computer info before with tact by russia. how and why they are so sure about hacking if they never requested an examination of the servers? what is going on? on capitol hill yesterday the director of national intelligence james clapper made it clear none of the hacking experts -- efforts disrupted the votes cast in this election. >> they did not change the vote tallies or anything of that sort. they can't gauge the impact it had on choices the electorate
made. >> a declassified version of that report was made public. abby: the faces of hate, story we have been following, hate charges filed against four black teenagers torturing a disabled white man for days, the thugs behind the horrifying attack streamed live, not showing any remorse. robert gray is live in los angeles. >> reporter: the accused are doing court for a bail hearing later today facing charges of committing hate crimes, kidnapping and aggravated battery charges. the two men and two women held and tortured a mentally challenged white man for as long
as 48 hours. [bleep] >> reporter: part of the attack was streamed on facebook live and after the alleged assailant shouting racial and anti-donald trump's letters and verbally abusing the victim. the alleged attackers have shown no remorse for chicago police officials who have condemned the attack and called it a hate crime. the racially charged attack brought fresh concerns to the police, the president and the press. >> it is vile, disgusting and should cause america to be black, white, hispanic, jewish, muslim, moving into a new presidency. >> they dropped their son off at a mcdonald's, jordan hill. the victim's family saying thank
you for the well wishes and help in getting them back home. >> so grateful for the prayers and efforts of the sedate return and charges being brought against the offenders. we ask continued prayers for all those involved and the family's privacy. >> reporter: it is at 1:00 pm special time. heather: thank you for that. police unions are outraged, demanding this painting showing officers as pigs be removed from the us capital immediately calling it disgusting and offensive. the high school student said racial tensions, chosen by congressman lacey blay who called the colorful landscape of symbolic character. five police unions asking paul ryan to step in and take down that painting. a bus driver out of a job after
leaving a 6-year-old girl at the wrong stop. wandering the streets alone, private investigator happened to be driving by, found her and brought her to the sheriff's office. >> you have been crying. heather: deputies tracking her parents down. the bus driver dropped the girl at her home instead of the daycare she normally went to. the school district has apologized. elementary students stranded at school and upstate new york because of heavy snow and hazardous road, dozens were trapped on buses overnight not making get home until early this morning, two thirds of the country to when the weather warnings, the northeast down to
the south. heart stopping moment on a colorado ski lift as a and dangles from his backpack unconscious. nikki wilson quickly jumping into action using tightrope skills to walk across the line and rescue the man, quickly dropped onto the lift chair and cuts the man loose, 10 feet into the snow. that man is expected to be fine. it is 20 minutes to the top of the hour. first board, the president-elect taking aim at toyota. intelligence officials doubling down that russia hacked the election. our next guest says he is sure russia had no hand in getting trump elected. the loaded -- low-budget commercial you want to watch forever.
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mexico to build cars for the us, no way. it would be a big border tax. it is not the first time he has done after vehicle manufacturers which earlier he went after general motors's president of the company for mexican made versions of the chevrolet cruz. the same day ford announced it would not build a $1.6 billion in the plant in mexico, instead creating 700 jobs in michigan but the automaker plans to ship production of its smaller cars to mexico. toyota said in a statement in response to the donald trump tweet production volume, employment in the us will not decrease as a result of the new plant. toyota looks forward to collaborating with the trump administration. a lot of back and forth between mister trump and the auto industry. heather: the senate doubling down that russia hacked the 2016
election. how can you be sure it was russia dnc servers, what was in the report. thank you for joining us. we heard clapper say he is more resolute that russia did this, john mccain went to step further calling it an act of war. do you agree with those assessments? >> the statement that russia, resource meddling, and that is nothing new. people should not be surprised by their actions back to the formation of the soviet union, actions during world war ii, placing media articles. and funded by the soviet union. with the goal of influencing political decisions in the us. this has been going on since
they existed. that shouldn't catch anybody by the prize. in the area that has been unsettled. to what degree does it influence the vote. that is where it is a self science. heather: what do you mean? have you seen evidence? what do you call them? just went blank. the word for it against russia before getting many of this information, president obama did. >> the idea, the vehicle, reluctant to head over there servers. where the hacking may have
originated from. we are not concerned about that. and they were not hacking the electoral machines, jumping in fake news, using fake news sources. >> what you can of donald trump's response to the use of twitter. the democratic national committee was not allow the fbi to study or see the computer and after it was hacked by russia. how and why are they so sure about hacking if there was no examination of the computer servers. appropriate for him to be responding this way.
>> it was very appropriate for the president-elect or anybody, operators on the street to question, to test it. and the first thing you learn in the cia as an operator. if you are on the streets, gathering information, testing it constantly to see if it is credible. he should be questioning the establishment. should he be doing it through tweets? should he be doing it in a way in this 30,000 foot level, to cast aspersions questioning the integrity, credibility of the us intel community? i don't believe so. there is a place for that. he is going to be briefed today by the heads of the cia, fbi and others. in a classified briefing he will have all the opportunity in the world to probe that intelligence. heather: we will see what he
says. thank you for joining us, we really appreciate it. we want to check with steve on "fox and friends" with so much talk about chicago, president obama early next week, going eight years leader -- later, heartbreaking what is going on. >> reporter: in particular everyone talking about the video or four young african-americans torture a young special-needs white person. they were charged after they were arrested, with hate crimes, yesterday. they questions whether or not they would be, they were. it has been a terrible year in chicago as we mentioned a moment ago. how do they save the soul in the windy city, bo deitl will be with us in less then an hour. and judge shaheen and tucker carlson, busy three i was kick soft we 10 minutes from now on
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>> is hillary clinton ready to run for political office again, rumors are swirling about her future, getting social media on fire. abby: the story is making the internet go crazy. question of the day on social media, she may not be the leader of the free world but could she be the leader of one of its largest cities? for weeks rumors have been swirling that clinton might be considering a run for new york city mayor, that speculation
intensified after political website is max reported top democratic donors are urging her to do so. clinton is popular winning 79% of votes against donald trump in the general election but the idea is not for everyone on social media. stephen writing hillary clinton running for new york city mayor will be another steppingstone on her way to seeking the presidency again. hillary clinton can't run for mayor from prison. critics right i am more likely to start as shortstop for the yankees then hillary clinton is to run for mayor. don't sell yourself short. she has to stop hanging out in the woods. she has to put her pantsuit on again. the washington post, a little goof. >> some explaining to do. take a look at the cover of
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>> black teenagers who'd tortured a disabled man on facebook live, president-elect trump will be brough -- briefed by the cia about the russian hacking report and the new bill to ban transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice which could start the same outrage we saw in north carolina. abby: a texas their drivable -- daredevil holds record for the oldest us citizen to complete a skydive. the police on a wild chase or stealing a deputy's truck and taking off on the highway at 100 mph, eventually crashed. social media slamming a new zealand team for posing with a shark for selfy, defending his actions say he catches and tags
sharks before releasing them. thank you for joining us today, "fox and friends" starts right now. have a good friday. ainsley: good morning, it is friday. january 6th. president-elect trump will meet with intelligence officials about the russians hacking the election. here is the sneak preview. >> they did not change vote tallies or anything of that sort. ainsley: why are liberals still convinced of the opposite, that it affected the election. steve: the suspect who tied up and tortured a special needs man, racial and anti-trump slurs. >> they have been charged with a