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forgotten women, well, you're not forgotten anymore. there's never been a cabinet like this. i'm very proud of my picks. it may rain or may not rain, i don't care, it doesn't matter. if it really pours that's okay because people will realize it's my real hair, that's okay. we are going to make america great again and i will add, greater than ever before. ♪ ♪ ♪ heather: friday january 20th,
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inauguration day. finally here and just hours from now president donald trump will be sworn as america's 45th president. abby: next commander in chief arriving to a warm welcome as thousands of people pack the capitol. heather: good morning, you're watching "fox & friends first", i'm heather childers. abby: i'm abby huntsman. heather: peter doocy with the unprecedented security and protest expected but we begin with elizabeth, good morning. >> good morning, heather, after arriving in washington my afternoon president-elect trump began a packed day, went onto a lincoln memorial concert before attending a black-tie event near the capitol for political donors, the message on the campaign is still his message now. >> but that last month of the campaign, we knew that something
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special was happening. i called it the forgotten men and forgotten women, well, you're not forgotten anymore. >> while, there was certainly a lot of celebration, there was emotional moments, you can see the president elect along with vice president mike pence attending a wreath ceremony. he reflected on serving those in indiana. >> take another oath, an oath of office to serve not just indiana but our entire nation, become vice president of the united states of america serving along side a new president who i know will make america great again. >> we also heard from the future first lady from the road ahead from not just her but country. there's quite a bit of
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responsibility going forward. >> thank you all for your support and tomorrow we start the work. i have a lot of responsibility, a lot to take care of and we will make america great again. >> as you can imagine, the schedule is packed down to the minute today. family members and members of country arriving early on capitol hill today. we don't expect to see the president elect and vice president elect. shortly before noon, donald j. trump will take oath of office and celebrations and parades and, of course, those beautiful evening balls will take place. heather, abby, back to you. abby: armed and ready to the skis to the sky, washington, d.c. is on lockdown as 30,000 law enforcement officials stand guard. peter doocy is live for us on
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the the national mall on what we can expect today. peter, the call before the storm but looks active behind you. >> right, you mentioned there are going to be nearly 30,000 law enforcement agents and offers from different federal agencies and state that is are here as well as the national guard. as far down as you can see on constitution avenue which is completely blocked off, there are two sets of them right down where traffic would normally be. you see these buses, these are the buses that have been bringing people, law enforcement agents, peter, by the bus load, literally by the bus load. they are now all getting here. there's a little bit of delay, 45 minutes or so in the time that it took to start letting members of the press in while they did a big sweep of the national mall, again, there is their big event. something that happens every four years on the same day, there are concerns not oll about terrorists but also now about this disrupt j20 protest group
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flared up last night a little bit. they brought smoke devices and clashed with the police after trump supporters were gathering to celebrate his inauguration. it was contained, though, every single secret service agent will be on duty today for the parade that's going to be happening on pennsylvania avenue and is being completely locked down right now. that happens after the swearing in. we have not -- we have not seen very many of the 90 million people that they are expecting to show up for the inauguration yet, but they are starting to trickle in and i tell you what, it is very cold right now, it is in the high 30's and it is supposed to rain sometime before the swearing in starts. it's not expected to happen necessarily right while the crowds are gathering, but it is going to happen before mr. trump takes the oath of office to become president trump. so that is something that authorities are keeping an eye on.
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there are 12 check points. you very rarely see something like this in the united states. it's members of the united states national guard standing by to make sure that every single person here to witness the peaceful transfer of power is somebody who is here to remain peaceful, back to you. >> all right, the coldest inauguration was 7-degrees. heather: you can carry umbrellas now but 18-inches long. abby: we now want to toss over to "fox & friends" that finally made it through security. happy inauguration day, everybody. abby: have a good day. ♪ ♪
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♪ >> that was last night at the link own memorial and washington, d.c. salutes the 45th president of the united states donald j. trump will be sworn in the west bank -- face of the u.s. capitol. five hours and 53 minutes from right now live from washington. it's inauguration day, 2017 on "fox & friends". ainsley: steve and brian, he will be holding his mother's bible that she gave to him after sunday school in jamaica queens where he grew up and holding lincoln's bible and the vice president will be holding donald reagan's bible. brian: that was really touching. seeing them at lincoln memorial
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with the family and just knowing the whole world was watching, meanwhile we were a little bit delayed. there was a big sweep, big sweep of security. ainsley: we were out there where peter was standing in the middle of the street. you had to long for a long ways because you can't get close to the area unless you're a police officer. >> i've never seen any events in history this tightly down. we got -- brian: they were everywhere. ainsley: who let you borrow his scarf. >> coming up in about three and a half hours, the official
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prayer service for mr. trump and his family, st. john apiscopal church. brian: they built st. john. ainsley: they've all gone to celebrate their inauguration or that morning to tray. a coffee date between incoming and outgoing president. >> we boant were won't get a chance to see that. getting in the limousine and proceed to the capitol. at 9:30 this morning musical performances will start at the u.s. capitol and at 10:00 o'clock president obama and vice president biden will go ahead and escort mr. trump and mr. pence to the u.s. capitol where they have been preparing for a while for the procession. brian: that'll be interesting.
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just know this, when chief justice roberts had a problem with swearing. steve: left out a word. brien: you never know what's going to happen. steve: ceremony starts at 11:30 eastern, you'll see it all right here at fox news channel and should be concluded wasn't hour later but at noon that's when donald trump is to take the oath of office and become the 45th president of the united states. brian brian yesterday was a series of special moments. the family, the inaugural, the bands were playing, tob keith was the head liner, that wasn't over. ainsley: union station, the train here. inaugural dinner there, you had folks from congress invited, big donors, donald trump was there with melania and his family.
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he made jokes regarding the weather. i outworked everybody. i outworked anybody that ever ran for office. they were saying, you cannot get to 270, they were right, we got to 306. tomorrow we have a speech. probably 2:00 o'clock, it may rape or may not rain, i don't care, it doesn't matter. the truth is if it really pours, that's okay because people will realize it's my real hair and that's okay. [laughter] >> we are going make america great again, greater than ever before. thank you very much, everybody. thank you.
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>> how great was that, there he is at union station last night. the big festivity you saw on fox. you were wondering who the performers were going to be at the make america great again concert. they had a whole bunch of them. it was a terrific show. at one point they took the camera and president-elect trump was singing along with lee greenwood as the entire trump family were there behind protective glass listening to the big show. brian: i think that's really cool. i liked the way they walked out. it actually shows another one of the great attributes of donald trump. he understands how to build a show. ainsley: i can't keep my off of their family. they're so sophisticated. ainsley: last night we were at a restaurant and talked to folks there. all the musicians were great. tob keith was awesome. everyone stood up when he sang
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his song that he's famous for in "fox & friends" and there he is with lee greenwood. he walked over and thanked him. he stood up. most of them have been on the "fox & friends" show. actually a lot of the people who were in attendance last night were on the "fox & friends". big tapper to the show, excellent. very, very good. brian: the speech he has to do, donald trump sees the the cig significance of it. he's going to try to bring the country together. ainsley: unity. brian: there was protests that were happening yesterday. you don't have to tell him that there's going to be some events across town and he says it's not going to be about me, it's going to be about what we are going to do ainsley: can't wait to see it. he said he wrote the speech. steve: thanks from joining us live from washington, d.c. brian: straight ahead a fall of
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fame football legend. brown tells us about the american dream and how this president elect like no other can help make it a reality and will. steve: protests last night. it got a little crazy. hope he's okay 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™ liberty mutual insurance
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a number outside gathered in the deplorable ball. this is 9:00 o'clock hour last night. party was being thrown by protrump people but the antitrump people were trying to agitate the people. brian: you gather a lot of people. who showed up last night i also thought was significant.
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it wasn't all adults, there were kids. ainsley: there was a little fire that was started by a child, watch this. >> you are participating in the fire, what's your name? >> my name is conner and i started the fire. >> why did you start the fire, carter. >> it's connor? >> because i felt like it and i'm saying -- >> okay, well, there you have it. ainsley: wow. brian: i'm sure his participants were right there. ainsley: the first line, because i felt like it. that's the attitude of so many people nowadays. just because i feel like doing something i'm going to do it. >> apparently pepper spray was exchanged. there are some suggestions in the local press that there was a little violence, there's pictures of some people with
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bloody hands. supposed to be peaceful. ainsley: we were at an event last night and there were protestors that were throwing eggs at geraldo. had to have police escort and taken to a different building. brian: celebrity out. >> i met some people that came internationally, they want to see donald trump sworn in today as president of the united states because just like he said, they want to see somebody make america great again. ainsley: so many people from california, came all away across the country. a lot of arkansas, indiana, texas. washington has been replaced
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with different people. >> it's quite a festivity. anyway, you saw the protest, pete hegseth was in the middle of one of them. >> as you can tell we have a tolerant group out here. someone is throwing their phone at me so that's apparently tolerant as well. steve: i would pick up the phone and pick it up. pete made it out to tell us next. >> a football legend trying to turn the inner cities. >> how the president elect has vowed to help make it a nationas program ss cards? business cards, brochures, banners... pens? pens, magnets, luggage tags, bumper stickers. how about foam fingers? like these? now, get 15% off making your company stand out. staples. make more happen. bp engineers use underwater robots, so they can keep watch over operations below the sea,
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>> good morning, welcome back to "fox & friends" headlines to bring to you. the notorious drug lord el chapo guzmán faces a judge in new york city, he arrived in the united states last night. there's a picture out of him right there. he faces charges in six states and life in prison. president obama using his final hours in power writing to congress and slamming them for failing to close gitmo. this is his final four transfers arrive at the uae and he believes 14 prisoners in the last week alone and only 41 detainees remain at the camp and prayers are working, former president george w. bush posting online that his parents, former president president george h.w. bush and barbara bush out, we are expecting speedy recovery. >> yesterday across town there
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was a big luncheon issues, african-american issues, jim brown, running back, spent the bulk of his life as activist. they will to prisons where the parents might be and the structure is not that strong and teach critical life skills, but for the longest time when it came to national audience and national power this past president has not given jim brown to time of day. donald trump has. he's tapped into this program a long with pastor that's been on this show and on the eve of taking power he believes that the jim brown program is the right way to revitalize minority communities. i had a chance to talk to him and i've known him for about 20 years, i've never seen him so upbeat and optimistic, let's take a look. >> jim brown, he's been making
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an impact on the field and off the field for the last six decades in america but it took donald trump and his new administration to bring him his latest perhaps greatest victory and putting the power of the federal government behind it. >> donald trump from the moment we got invited to meet him and in that invitation he's done his homework on what america was and they bought in right away. they understood it. they would not reinvent the wheel. this is a great program and we are mind it 100%. >> jim brown is one of the great americans that we have living today. to do what he has done and how he's worked with donald trump. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> no doubt about it. everybody here today is thrilled that donald trump has embraced the program, that jim brown created. they also experienced something else that i find surprising and
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backlash, backlash from the black community. >> we see that the liberals who taught toleration and that they are really intolerant of anybody that disagrees with them. you have a stigma that they are resorting to, racial bullying and political bullying that any person that goes to talk to donald trump, they are calling us uncle tom, what is this clown call us, med i don't -- mediocre anything rose, -- nigros, he wouldn't have called that to our face. brian: they don't view their president as their president. >> it was a sad thing to watch john lewis because i come out of this era and i know the work
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that he's done and it's almost as if he didn't realize that we had an election because it says e legitimate president. it's a terrible thing for a person of his caliber to say. >> could you imagine if 50 plus representatives boycotted president obama's, could you imagine what that backlash would have been? it's almost become acceptable and it's not acceptable. donald trump doesn't see black or white, donald trump sees red, white and blue. >> we are going to unify our country. >> there are have been a lot of presidents but there's nobody who has stepped up with him and said, mr. brown, let us do this for you. jim brown has a heart and his soul has been put into this program. mr. trump coming in, he's say to go jim brown, jim brown, i care about the community, i care about the efforts which you have put in and now it's time to make it pay off.
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ainsley: that's wonderful, brian. you're going to be in for a huge surprise. ainsley: you see the congressman and you think it's the whole story. you have a lot of people in the african-american community helping donald trump. donald trump says he wants to do that. brian: they get backlash from their own community. i get backlash -- ainsley: did he vote for donald trump. was he a supporter from the very beginning. he's been won over. ainsley: thank you. excellent. antitrump protests ramping up overnight and pete was right in the middle of them. peter: as you can tell we have a very tolerant group out here. someone is throwing their phone at me so that's apparently
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tolerant as well. ainsley: thankfully he made it out alive to tell his story. pete is coming up next. >> and something else, there's pete with something in his hands, coffee, we call it coffee i became curious where in africa she was from. so i took the ancestry dna test to find out more about my african roots. ancestry really helped me fill in a lot of details. introducing new depend silhouette active fit, with a thin design for complete comfort. they say "move it or lose it" and at my age, i'm moving more than ever. because getting older is inevitable. but feeling older? that's something i control. get a free sample at
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which adds fuel to my bottom line. what's in your wallet? ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i tell you, it's so boring hanging out with sean hannity. i thought it was so much better. he invited us for dinner. it was terrible. ainsley: you weren't supposed to be in the picture. ainsley: he took the full staff out and invited all of us. ainsley: he paid for everyone. i felt bad because i brought six people and you brought a few people. >> he's not even full-time at fox. he only works an hour.
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laura engram on the side and michelle malcolm. a lot of commentating, we talked in a few breaks. ainsley: we were walking down the street and i saw geraldo and sean hannity and all of the cops say, oh, my gosh, they pushed us inside the auditorium. there was bret michaels performing. we had no idea. steve: protestors did take to the streets last night about 18 hours before donald trump becomes president of the united states. ainsley: they were gathering outside of the ball. the deploraball. [laughter] >> you guys were inside with the cool kid, i was outside with the protestors. ainsley: all your military
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experience. peter: tensions were high last night. i went right inside the protest which is right outside to find out why they were so mind at the deploraball. take a look. >> looks like this is the stop trump regime before it starts. somehow they are going to stop the regime tomorrow before 12:00 noon tomorrow. are you willing to talk? >> no. >> sir, you the guys, are you willing to talk to us? >> trump and pence are illegitimate. >> lots of chants and no answers. >> what do you protest? >> based on the opposition of government, cite the american revolution, for example. >> they call it the vote, they don't call it the vote. >> i'm a we the people supporter. peter: would you acknowledge she campaigned in the wrong state?
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>> the majority of people think he's illegitimate. >> you should acknowledge that david duke was a head member of the kkk. peter: did donald trump not disavow david duke? where are your facts? i have the video. >> david duke, endorsed me. i disavow. >> what are we supposed to do, we are suppose to make people tell us their religion. that's not what america is about. >> what about somalia? >> commit terrorism from my home state of minnesota? >> you're right. you should perhaps be careful. >> please don't touch my camera. you don't have to talk to me if you don't want to. peter: we have a very tolerant group out here. someone is throwing their phone
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at me. are you a scuba diver? >> absolutely not. peter: are you talking about isis? you prefer to live in the soviet union. >> did you know the population increased under stalin. peter: russia is expecting visas right now, would you like to go? >> i would be thrilled. peter: you never expect to walk into one. ainsley: were you fearful? peter: they are not prepared but they would have assaulted every single trump supporter if they could have. if not for the police, it would have been incredibly violent. they we wanted to assault people. >> pete, how many of the people
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are trouble makers that go to event to event or how -- peter: the vast majority are trouble makers. a lot of trouble makers along with mask trying to aggregate -- agitate. most countries use the popular vote. there's not a lot of facts there's. there's a lot of emotion. ainsley: the majority of people think they are illegitimate. >> thank you for going out on the street to educate the troublemaker. >> you did lose the stalin debate. ainsley: they had babies. [laughter] >> we don't know how many troublemakers are going to be there today. maybe known. it could rain high noon and that could rain on donald trump's parade, kind of, right, janice? janice: a little bit. it's not going to be a wash-out, i think. the record rainfall 1.77-inches,
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frankly d. roosevelt, that was his inauguration day. we are will get light rain starting 10:00 a.m. and that's going to go through the official inauguration and maybe into pray and after 4:00 p.m. things start to clear up. the good news is they allowed umbrellas into the mall, on parade route and that's the past six hours. the rain is starting to come into the region and again, looking at 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m., that's when we will see the rain begin to fall. i don't think it's going to be heavy and i don't think we will see lighting or thunder with this. it's just going to be annoying, of course, but the good news is you can bring imbrella -- umbrella. it can't be pointy.
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dress in layers because it goes right through you and the temperature 48 which is warm for this time of year so at least the coldest inauguration was 7-degrees, 1985 ronald reagan's inauguration. >> i was here for it. janice: yeah, that was '81 ronald reagan. it could be worse. janice: he was ten. >> it was so cold and at this time in the morning, we have to go outside and it was great but we did still go to the ball that night. ainsley: you're so lucky, first inauguration and it's not going to be too cold. janice: not that bad. ainsley: thanks, janice. >> i don't know how heather feels because she's indoor. what's your body temperature? >> a lot lower than that. it's chilly this morning. right now rescue crews are racing against the clock to find
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>> i hope you were as much fun on that as you are on your couch. [laughter] >> may i rephrase that, sir? >> please. >> your headlines here pretty soon. [laughter] ainsley: having a good time. >> so what's the priority, what's the number one thing for the new commander in chief. julian turner, white house national security council staff under president george w. bush and president obama is here to analyze what should be up first. >> meanwhile take a look live union station in our nation's capitol ♪
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plus you get a free carfax® report with every listing start your used car search at >> inauguration day and president-elect donald trump has pledge today get right to work right after he's sworn in. we will work side by side with our friends in the middle east including our greatest ally israel. we could find common ground with russia. we will also keep open gaun toon oom bay. my administration will aggressively pursue joint and coalition military operations to crush and destroy isis. >> that's a big agenda. let's ask our friend, former white house national security staff member under president george w. bush, we are thinking about herbert walker bush.
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good morning, julian. >> good morning, happy inauguration day. steve: thank you very much. what's number one? >> well, this is, you know, president-elect trump is assuming office during arguably one of the most dynamic and challenging national security times in the history of this country. a lot of things to repair, a lot of relationships with allies and adversaries around the globe that he's going to change but i think that before we can really project strength abroad or achieve any of the goals that we have for the country, we have to have own internal house of cards in order which means the number one priority should be and probably is going to be getting his whole national security team on the same page. >> having them all in attendance. he has to fully hire everybody. >> well, that --
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>> madison, flynn have had a series of meetings together. that's going to be together. when you see 500 marines going into norway, when you see major operations in lib yeah and you see we don't even know we are now invited to the peace talks with syria, the russians have invited us in, you wonder what he's going to prioritize. >> yeah, absolutely. there's a lot of things here that are arguably the most important thing but i think when we strip it all away and get down to the fundamentals of running the american government, what he really needs to do, first and foremost is make sure that everyone who is now working for him, that includes folks who have been working on the campaign, political appointees as well as the civil servant who is are in place at the white house and around across the departments and agencies know what his foreign policy agenda is and that's very clear-cut, these are the folks who are going to have to execute it for him. so he's going to have to make it
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very clear to them first and foremost what it is that he hopes to achieve. what it is of president obama's policies he wants to approve upon or extend and once that's clear, he has to make sure that all of those folks also know what their particular roles and responsibilities are. that's how we move forward and preparing some of the bilateral relationships. ainsley: all right, julian turner, thank you so much. >> thanks, guys. >> you bet. let's see what he does. coming up on the inauguration day the first woman to win a presidential campaign, kellyanne conway, big night out on the town. ainsley: replacing obamacare is a major priority as you know for the trump administration, dr. nicole is here to tell you how it will affect you and your family. >> good morning. ainsley: hi real cheese people get big flavor
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>> this is probably going to be hard to hear because we are in a tent and right now they are doing a gigantic sound check seven minutes before 6:00 o'clock here in washington. ainsley: what if i scream? thank you so much. president-elect trump has set first order of business will be repeal and replace of obama. >> we will have a plan that's less expensive and much better and we will keep many of the good features and getting rid of the bad features of obamacare and it's very interesting. i spoke with president obama yesterday, just so you understand, if you come up with a plan that's a good plan or
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even a better plan than what we had i'm forward all the way. >> how will this healthcare overhaul affect you, it might depend on where you work? >> radiologist dr. nicole who joins us here and braved the cold, a long walk from the train installation she's proud to be an american. >> i'm proud to be an american. thank you very much, guys. ainsley: i wish we had the music every day. >> this is something that's been brought up before. i want to repeal it too, i want to do it the right way, what are fundamentals that we should think donald trump should emphasize to do it right? >> we have been talking about this at length during the campaign and now since the election, the truth is health costs, coverage, extremely financial burden on u.s. employers as well as it takes a lot from workers' compensation. what we need to figure out what to do is figure out cost burden
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but business owners as well. >> absolutely, too much regulation. it may depend on where you work? >> absolutely. it depends if you're part of large group plan or smaller plan or the individual plan, a lot of people who have the big employer plans they don't necessarily see a lot of change in coverage with the aca basically because large corporations have always offered comprehensive health care to attract good employers. what we have seen with the smaller plans and individual plans is they have had all mandates on them which is causing small business owners to hire fewer people and make some of their full-time employees part time because they can't cover everybody. >> absolutely, regulation. ainsley: you're hoping with the new plan, repeal and replace there are more options? >> absolutely. we need comprehensive access, not necessarily comprehensive care. your 24-year-old healthy unfit doesn't need the same thing as a 60-year-old woman.
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the coverage is not the same and they shouldn't have to pay for the same thing. >> is that 20 million number that are covered might be a totally phoney number. it's been done over the course of four years and half of them expanded medicaid which is unaffordable -- unsustainable plan anyway. >> that's the big problem we have right now. we talk about the huge number of gain coverage and it really has to do a lot with medicaid expansion. we focused on medicaid, per capita, that's what we will have to do. >> thank you very much. ainsley: thank you. the first woman to run a winning presidential campaign, we are live with kellyanne conway next yeah, so mom's got this cold. hashtag "stuffy nose." hashtag "no sleep." i got it. hashtag "mouthbreather." yep. we've got a mouthbreather. well, just put on a breathe right strip and ... pow! it instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than cold medicine alone.
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