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washington. it wasn't working in either party. they elected this man, the 45th they elected this man, the 45th ♪ ♪ he ♪ ♪ america ♪ america ♪ hallelujah, america ♪ god shed his grace on thee ♪ god i love you for it ♪ he crowned our good
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♪ with brother mood ♪ from sea to shining sea ♪. >> people, together, we will make america strong again. we will make america wealthy again. we will make america proud again. we will make america safe again. and, yes, together, we will make america great again. thank you, god bless you. and god bless america. thank you. god bless america. ♪ and the home of the brave
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♪ america ♪ america ♪ america. steve: yesterday was actually a better weather day than it is today. it's as thick as pea soup out there right now. it is foggy as you look at the u.s. capitol. 99% humidity. but yesterday was the big day. and for the most part the weather held off. there was light sprinkles it stearated just as donald trump took the oath of office. otherwise, it was a great day for america. ainsley: and this morning the trump family, they're having a slumber party at the white house. when they wake this up morning they are waking up in new beds. brian: so perfectly choreographed the way the family played the role. about the dad. vice president pence. family so supporting whether it was at the ball or lincoln memorial on saturday or of course tonight is the time that i don't have to work tomorrow, kids. you can make some noise. steve: sure. brian: i'm really going to start on monday. my hunch is he is going to do a lot today. steve: oh yeah.
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ainsley: he was already working. executive orders. brifn brian kind of exciting. ainsley: but then he had the balls last night. at the balls until midnight. brian: we were all there and so were you. steve: there is a new sheriff in town. we got a recap of all of yesterday if you missed it. brian: thee minutes. we will be here for 3 hours and 57 minutes longer. steve: here for four hours. we are here extra. brian: donald trump ready for first official day as president of the united states. ainsley: kristin fisher is live in front of president trump's new residence the white house. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning, guy its. today president-elect donald trump is waking up inside the white house if he is not up yet for very first time. first order of business attend the inaugural prayer service. this afternoon is he going to make his way to langley where he is expected to make remarks at the cia. that is especially significant
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given the fact that he has been so critical of the intelligence community in recent days, of course. so, it is expected to be a very busy day even though it's a saturday. mr. trump going to get right down to work. though, yesterday, far more busy. mr. trump ended his inauguration day by attending three inaugural balls. i was actually one at them. the moment of the night was when the new president walked out on stage with his first lady for very first dance. song that captured the spirit of his candidacy and new administration. ♪ my way ♪ much more than this ♪ i did it my way ♪ >> after attending the liberty ball and free doom ball. mr. trump made his way to the salute: armed services ball
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♪ and i. whole family up there on stage with him. you know what? every stop his message was the same. this is about you and not me. to that end he asked for the crowd's advice on one very important question. >> we're going to have a lot of things happen. you're going to read about them. i don't know. let me ask you. should i keep the twitter going or not? keep it going? the enemies keep saying oh e that's terrible. it's a way of bypassing dishonest media, right? >> so i think that was a yes. i think he is going to keep the twitter going. you agree, brian, ainsley, and steve? steve: that's right. thank you very much. he already has a new twitter handle he is @ potus. 7 million followers.
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it's early. first full day of the trump presidency. ainsley: that's right. we all did go to some balls last night. steve: yep. ainsley: show you pictures of our evening. that's my friend olivia and her husband. he goes hunting with don jr. they are friends and we were invited by them. sean hannity. we were on sean hannity's show last night. they're coming on this show today. brian: did you a great job last night and looked fantastic. you. donald trump appeared right away. steve: ainsley was at the freedom 2k078 dom ball. i was at the liberty ball. that is my daughter mary doocy. we got to dance which was great. that's where i was for the inauguration. i was firsthand able to seat sprinkles and hear the lock her up and people who booed schumer. we less had a couple other pictures. brian: the american legion ball took place. this started during eisenhower years.
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ainsley: is that rascal flatts? brian: rascal flatts was here. gary was kind enough to come over and talk to us. it was hosted by drew kerry who is a marine. he was the mc and absolutely hysterical. i did meet mike flynn thanks to the barricades and block cages. he was there early. he has been great friend of the show. book came out. now he has important job. little later on we'll bring you inside what happened there. steve: fantastic. of course, all eyes and ears were on a podium just about a mile and a half behind us. it was donald trump's inaugural address i some have depicted it as a campaign speech. and you know what? it probably was. he is still campaigning to get what he wants done for america. if you missed it. here are the highlights. >> today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another. or from one party to another. but we are transferring from washington, d.c. and giving it
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back to you, the people. [cheers and applause] >> for too long, a small group in our nation's capitol has reepsd the rewards of government while the people have bourn the cost. washington flourished but the people did not share in its wealth. politicians prospered, but the jobs left and the factories closed. the establishment protected itself. but not the citizens of our country. their victories have not been your victories. their triumphs have not been your triumphs. and while they celebrated in our nation's capitol, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.
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he hispanic that all changes starting right here and right now because this moment is your moment. it belongs to you. [cheers and applause] we are one nation and their pain is our pain. their dreams are our dreams. and their success will be our success e we share one heart, one home, and one glorious destiny. oath of allegiance to all americans. from this day forward. a new vision will govern our land. from this day forward it's going to be only america first. america first.
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so to all americans, in every city near and far, small and large from, mountain to mountain, from ocean to ocean, hear these words. you will never be ignored again. [ applause ] your voice, your hopes, and your dreams will define our american destiny. and your courage and goodness and love will forever guide us along the way. brian: it was one of the shortest inaugurals ever at least in decades. it was right to the point. what's creating controversy around is we say in america first. and a lot of our allies would say wait, what about us. is he emphasize american first when it comes to the economy. and someone point to the fact that manufacturing suspect and employment is down. what is he talking about? what he is talking about when he went out to the people, the reality of what they are experiencing does not add up to the numbers.
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if you don't believe me, look at who won the election. and look at where they won. everyone should stop questioning what he is saying and understanding the people spoke and gave him the job. abs ains you are right. look at the rust belt states they usually go democrat. voted republican. that's the first time since the 1980s that's happened in a presidential election. steve: sure, absolutely. a lot of americans feel hey, washington, america doesn't care about me. they care about people in other countries. hire america, buy america. meanwhile, if you were watching american media outlets last night. while many americans heards that as optimistic call. a lot of the legacy media, man o. man a dark day for america with donald trump as the new commanders in chief. watch this. >> i think it's fair to say this is one of the most radical inaugural speeches we have ever heard. >> when he said today america first. it was not just a racial, i mean i shouldn't say racial.
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the i hitlarian back ground. >> that wasn't the type of i inaugural dress. >> carries with it overtones of the 1930s when anti-semitic movement saying we don't want to get involved in the war. it's the just's fault in germany. steve: that's real analysis. dispo keep in mind their candidate the political and media left left town yesterday. brian: meanwhile only 4% of washington, d.c. voted for trump. that's why they are not supportive and why they didn't attend. when we talk about what donald trump is doing today. he already swore in two members of his cabinet thanks to vice president pence. we know he already signed an order to ease the burden of obamacare and freeftz new regulations. steve: good. brian: didn't stop barack obama from signing another 1500 executive orders before he left. steve: i was talking to
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congressman steve king saying he had written a bill so that in one bill they could undo every single one of barack obama's regulation by fee at with one signature. is the house going to pass it? stay tuned. it's just day one. ainsley: he said he was going to washington to get to work and that's what he did on day one. steve: he is. brian: let me tell you what's happening. violent protests erupted overnight and more protests today. a wall of meat. steve: mainstream media may be panning president trump's address. what did the people who put him in office think about it. lee carter has brand new dials and she is with us next. ainsley: first, here is the president and first lady dancing to my way at the liberty ball. steve: and singing along ♪ i did it my way ♪ yes, i've had a few note but
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visit saveonsymbicort.com today to learn more. i. brian: his first speech as commander-in-chief, there it is. so what do americans think of president trump's flawrlg address and that's where he gave it? here to break it all down for us is the president and partnepart.lee, it's hard to brt down? >> the first sound bite was about trump giving the country back to the people. that was a theme that he had throughout. let's take a look at how people are reacting to it. >> today's ceremony, however, has very special meaning. because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another. but we are transferring power
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from washington, d.c. and giving it back to you, the people. [cheers and applause] >> now, this was a fantastic speech according to all the voters that we spoke to. steve: right. i. ainsley: even the democrats there you could see flat lined all the way across. people are panning it saying it was not traditional, that it was negative. that's not what the people heard. the people i spoke, to over 1,000 people got the message last night. they said you know what? we want the government back. this was awful about giving the government back. the people. drain the swamp. and people who are missing that are missing what his message is. you know, do that at your own peril is what i think. ainsley: we reported so much what is happening in chicago. he touched on crime in our country, gangs, drugs. he said we are going to stop the american carnage. listen to this and we will talk about it. >> the crime and the gangs and the drugs that have stolen too
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many lives and robbed our country of so much unrealized potential. this american carnage stops right here and stops right now. >> now, there. brian: critics hate that word. >> people said so negative. look at the results you saw republicans and independents off the charts. democrats even give it a c minus. people are concerned about the directions of this country. they want change. they want our politicians to address it. they want something new. yes, there is a lot of people opposed to donald trump, there is no question. this speech actually resonate with the american voter. steve: i got a feeling barack obama who is sitting 10 feet away from him would probably disagree. he didn't get to talk. >> didn't dial it with him. steve: one thing donald trump does say that the former administration wouldn't is he would actually call it radical islam. when he mentioned that watch the dials.
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>> we will shine for everyone to follow. [ applause ] we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones and unite the civil lived world agains radical islamic terrorism which we will erad dick indicate completely from the face of the earth. steve: went so high couldn't even see the red lines. >> that's right. republicans off the charts and independents. democrats even gave it a c. through the primaries and election he had an excellent day with the american people. that's something that everyone in the media and everyone in establishment needs to understand. ainsley: right. violent protests erupting overnight including one man being shot. today more protests being expected. the next guest plans to meet the president with a wall of
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e. ainsley: good morning to you from washington, d.c. have a quick look at your headlines now. we start with a fox news alert. a suspected cop killer in critical condition. after trying to take his own life following a seven hour standoff on a glij new orleans. sylvester holt was wanted for the murder of michael, a police officer, and his estranged pregnant ex-wife. mexico's most famous drug lord chapo guzman extradited and
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being held in a jail where mafia boss john gotti and terrorist boss have been kept. in critical condition after being shot on the university of washington's campus in washington state. the suspect has turned himself. in elsewhere, thousands taking to the streets denouncing the new administration. protests especially violent in washington, d.c. 217 arrests buildings were vandalized and cars torched. those are your headlines. brian, see you shortly. steve: one of the protests took gold spray paint and wrote in god we trust stretch limo. destroyed the limo. threw a can of gas in it. ainsley: that makes me so mad. people work hard for their belongs and destroyed. brian: where did you go last night? steve: liberty ball. ainsley: freedom ball. brian: i went to the inaugural
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ball. drew care i can't understand pay gary deboss of rascal flatts. true stars of medal of honor recipients who attended as well. let's watch. brian: the veterans inaugural ball has been around since the 1950s. great cause. why else would you get the brand new president of the united states to show up and big acts like rascal flatts to come here. in the end, this is a ball. and people come here to have a ball brian: and they're having a ball. ♪ brian: what is it like here for you as a proud american? >> well, everything. like there is protests. there is happy people. unhappy people. it's the best of democracy all mixed up into one thing.
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it's exciting to see. brian: what does it mean to have that around your neck? >> the medal was -- it's harder to wear than it was to earn. we wear it for veterans. we wear it for all the veterans in america. brian: do you get a sense things are going to change for the better? >> absolutely. brian: in what way? >> turn around and realize our nationalism again. what our country stands for ♪ i will stand by you >> being in this room with so many american heroes, it is a privilege to be here. brian: how do you explain country music and patriotism? >> we like to sing about what's real and we are so proud of our country. no matter what side of the fence you are on. we are americans and proud of it brian: with donald trump can you always count on talking about veterans and a wall. this combines both here at the american legion. 641,000 poppies. do you know what they signify? each one of the american men and women lost their lives fighting for this country.
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>> when you said reflect back, all the friends that you have lost and all those poppies that are there representing that, it's just daunting. that's why we are here today though. it's because of -- for the sacrifice of those men and women made. brian: with heros in the audience, the seconds most powerful man in america showed up to salute them. vice president mike pence. >> it's all together fitting that someone who nasa not worn the uniform would stop at an occasion like this just to make sure you all know as we celebrate the peaceful transfer of power in america today we know the real heroes are those of that you have worn the uniform. at the. steve: is he right. brian: some stories out of there a lot of people support. a lot of people served. a lot of people decorated. by the way drew carrie when he signed up for the marine reserves it changed my life. sleeping on my brother's house. gave me a purpose. next thing you know stand up
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star. hosting show he is. he actually owns part of the seattle sounders. ainsley: really. [vice president pence and his wife have a son that's in the marines. the red poppies represent. brian: i don't know if i made that clear enough. each of those poppies represent all those people that lost their live since world war i. 650,000 plus. thanks for everybody who put that together. ainsley: rascal flatts. love him. he is going to save our from a structure by putting americans back to work. >> building our country with american hands and american labor. ainsley: so will he be able to do it? our political panel is here to discuss that next. steve: okay. plus she showed up at the inauguration but she still may be in trouble with the law. why hillary clinton and her email investigation may be back on capitol hill. brian: they're going to arrest
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♪ baby you're a firework ♪ come and show them what you're worth. ainsley: it's your shot of the morning. brian: wonder why things get done on "fox & friends."
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that's part of the nucleus of the staff that put it all together. there is matt. there is a.j. samantha and kelly. and kelly. ainsley: i think you are in there, too. you do no work. you just come here and read what's on the prompter. steve: couldn't get a shooter so we just -- brian: it is a fun job. we had a great time last night. steve: these are the young folks who are the life's blood of our program. they do everything that is needed for the show because we have a lot of stuff. ainsley: they do everything. steve: they were up late last night and they are up early this morning. ainsley: coffee, makeup. steve: laundry ready? brian: her up, you heard me. ainsley: they worked so hard. get an opportunity to dress up and put on a ball gown. they deserve it president-elect donald trump laying out agenda for for first 100 days in office
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promising to improve america's infrastructure. >> we would build new roads and airports and bridges and tunnels and railways all across our wonderful nation. we will get our people off of welfare and back to work, rebuilding our country with american hands and american labor. we will follow two simple rules. buy american and hire american. [ applause ] we will seek friendship and goodwill with the nations of the world. but we do so with the understanding that it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first. we do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone. but, rather e to let it shine as an example. brian: but will he be able to get all this done? ainsley: our political panel
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is here to weigh in on this. "washington times" columnist, former state department press officer morgan. you have done a lot, morgan. steve: we left out the first name. did we mention that the staff was up really late last night? [laughter] ainsley: we have morgan in the purple dress a friend of fox and chuck in the middle. hey guys. steve: we made it. ainsley: talking about infrastructure and building roads he wants to do all of this. can he do this? >> it's interesting. i spent a lot of last year traveling around with a 74-year-old senator from vermont talks about freezing rain structure. democrats on the hill realize this is something we can put people back to work and invest in our infrastructure so congress can move easily up and down the highway. it's a commonality to pay for it easy to get it done. steve: you were traveling around with a socialist. madison, this is one of the things that people who
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supported trump leave because for too long you know, nobody has paid attention to us. now we are going to pay attention to us and our roads and our bridges and our airports. >> yeah. i think the promise to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure is something that every single american will benefit from. but, what we need to keep in mind and not something that needs done done with taxpayer dlears. we can get companies and people to invest in this and give them a federal tax break. steve: why not? brian: are we talking about that, morgan. >> potentially. look after the this not just as a an infrastructure plan. what aim going to do the first 100 pages. tax reform package he is doing as well. steve: good. >> look at entitlements the reform we need to have there yes we can get something passed in 100 days but also needs to be looked at in broader context what this administration is trying to do. get these entitlements under control. brian bria -- brian, the presidt
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admitted there were no shovel ready products. get done without specific mandate what's going to be built something tangible. this could be a disaster for this president. >> it can be. where are the projects that have the most critical needs. the bridges, right? steve: steve. brian: they didn't do that 8 years ago. >> that's the key to that focus on those places that need it the worse. you back up from there while you are doing this, guess what i build things in my life. i used to pour concrete. look at the other things. get ready while you start working on the bridges. >> i used to pour concrete, too. chuck. >> we have things in common. ainsley: you mentioned the word radical so did donald trump yesterday. he says he wants to eradicate radical islam. what are your thoughts. >> foreign say name of your enemy. when you are going into the boxing rings you need to know who you are going to fight. saying the name only is north going to deliver the knockout punch. we have to look at what we're
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going to do in iraq and syria. we have made gains against isis for sure but when we look at why did we get to this place in the first place. sunni arab allies funding radical messages around the world. we have to talk to them and say this will no longer be tolerated. brian: before we go. his speech yesterday touched people's hearts optimistic about the next four years. what do you think? >> i thought the spich was absolutely incredible. hit on one of the messages which we actually at the presidential committee. president-elect now our president today who has the desire to unify this nation. he has the desire to make america great again and bring people together. brian: you are saying that bernie sanders could have delivered some of that speech that's how similar it was. >> i watched liewft bernie sanders speeches over the last 13 months when i was there. a lot of it was the same. not all of it there is commonality and that's where we start building concrete bridges. steve: chuck rocca who spent a night at home crying in his beer.
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>> i like the beer. steve: the beer and the barbecue. ainsley: liquor and wine is janice. good morning, janice. janice: what? what are you talking about? where's the bar? steve: she is talking about the fog that we're in. but it's actually real fog. janice: it truly is just north and west of d.c. we have fog advisory, so people are urged to kind of stay off the roads. it's as thick as pea soup as they say. i want to talk about the rest of the country, because we have the potential for tornadoes today across portions of louisiana, mississippi, alabama, and in to the florida panhandle where we have tornadoes watches in effect and parts of western alabama right now. tornadoes warnings. and this is going to be ongoing throughout the afternoon and in to tomorrow because we have the potential for severe weather. and that's going to be, again, ongoing throughout the day and typically. you can see where we have the slight risk and then enhanced
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risk where we think all of the ingredients are going to come together for tornadoes. so that's the big headline today as we go through the afternoon and in to tomorrow. and then we might even have a nor'easter to talk about on monday. so a lot of weather to cover, certainly live from d.c. and heather, i will toss to you, my friend. heather: army desserter bowe bergdahl demanding release from prison saying former president obama turned down his request for leaving office. defense lawyers file a new motion to dismiss charges. they say that president trump's criticism of him on the campaign trail, well that that would prevent bergdahl from receiving a fair trial. >> he was a deserter. he weighs a dirty rotten deserter. heather: bergdahl faces life in prison for abandoning his post in afghanistan. the u.s. traded five of the taliban's worst for his return. the election is over, buff the
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investigation continues. ewe talk congressman jason chaffetz posting this photo on social media of him greeting hillary clinton after the inauguration. he writes, quote: so pleased she is not president. i thanked her for her service and wished her luck. the investigation continues. chaffetz spearhead affidavit congressional investigation into clinton's controversial private email server. president trump already restoring order to the oval office, bringing back a bust of winston churchill. former president obama removing the bust of the british prime minister back in 2009 and replacing it the bust of abraham lincoln and martin luther king jr. that move was seen as a snub to our allis in the u.k. now it's back day one. steve: all right, heather. thank you very much. coming up on this saturday morning. violent protests erupting overnight. one man shot.
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today more protests expected. next guest vows to protect our new president with what he calls a wall of meat. that's a lot of man. we're talking chris cox from bikers for trump. is he going to join us live. good morning, chris. brian: how are voters feeling about 45th president. pete hegseth is talking to some of them at the taste ye diner in buy they darks pete. >> i had the honorable of watching the historic speech on the mall yesterday. as the failing "new york times" called the pee speech dark, ''takeover grim. it doesn't matter what the "new york times" thinks. it matters what the people think. we are back at the taste ye diner to hear from people what they heard. we will bring it to you soon. stick with us on "fox & friends." did you make that? i did... n't. hey, come look what lisa made. wow. you grilled that chicken?
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steve: the inauguration yesterday at noon. meanwhile some violence breaking out across the nation's capitol and more protesters scheduled to take place later today. the largest expecting crowds of up to 200,000 people. ainsley: but one motorcycle group also a vowed to protect the president and attend yes ala --attendees all weekend lon. brian: founder of the group chris cox. welcome. >> hi, everybody. brian: famously said you are going to protect the president with a wall of meat meaning bikers to make sure things didn't happen. what happened, chris? >> why will stand shoulder to shoulder with law enforcement in the event we are needed. we have full confidence in the metropolitan, the park police, the capitol police. we are not anticipating as many problems as the media kind of polarized there in the rnc. we will stand strong and we're excited about it. steve: chris, i read a story in the "the washington post" this morning said apparently a cop was being hit on the head
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with a an aluminum chair. another protester hit the biker northwest head with a rock. >> i'm not at all surprised. that's the nature of the bike tore step up. they will -- the backbone of the biker community is a veteran. a lot of these guys are combat veterans. it doesn't surprise me. another incident we had a protester throw up one of his finger was instead of waving at him with all of his fingers he threw one of his fingers up in the face. hit the guy so hard that his nose ring flew out of his nose. several more times the biker. steve: the biker punched the protester and knocked the nose ring out. >> yes and actually hit him several more times. the police officer saw it. they walked over and talked to the biker a few minutes later they told the biker thank you. you're welcome to leave right now. you know, they are very aggressive. they are looking for soft targets.
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brian: who re r. these people. >> from what i understand a lot of these are the same anarchists that we see traveling around the country causing mayhem and chaos. so, you know, we suspect george soros is behind it. it would be nice to have some paperwork a paper trail to prove it. steve: rent a mob. ainsley: what's the reaction to see the people here to see the inauguration and support trump. >> the bikers are a little celebrity group right now. everybody is walking up to them. wanting to get selfies with them. including the law enforcement. steve: that's awesome. >> it's been exciting and encouraging. bikers have been involved since august of 2015 for sole purpose of seeing donald trump elected president. steve: 90 permits issued for demonstrations. how many pro-donald trump were you. >> just one rib. steve: 89 anti-trump. brian brian i know he appreciates you guys because he mentioned you guys. >> thanks, everybody.
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ainsley: i love that music. it's time to make america great again as donald j. donald trump sworn in as the 45th president of the united states of america. how are voters feeling about our new president? steve: pete hegseth is at the taste ytasteyetasteediner.
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>> we are here asking people what they thought of the peach and what they thought donald trump would say. here to get reaction of the speech. seeing what the pundits are saying. calling it dark and a takeover and strikingly grim. what's more important are voters, veterans and others how they feel about how the speech went. i'm here with jeff and tracy came in from virginia. 450th birthday. congratulations by the way. i would have said 30th. 24 year veteran of the navy. thank you for your service. both of you saw the speech and came in for the speech. what was your take away. >> we thought it was a great speech. we have been behind president trump since the beginning. we want to see infrastructure at the v.a. obamacare fixed and at least helping some people get back to work and getting some jobs. pete: absolutely, what did you think of the tone of the speech? people are calling it dark. >> i think it was straightforward speech just like he tells it he tells it like it is. and that's it. pete: absolutely. >> it's the truth. pete: tracy, what was your
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take away from the speech? >> i thought it was bright, uplifting and it gave me hope. pete: quite a different picture than the "new york times" saying it's uniquely dark; bright, straightforward, interesting takes for sure. thank you both. and, again, happy birthday. mike, i saw you go days ago. we had breakfast at this counter before and talked about what you were looking for in the speech. what was your take away from if there mr. trump's speech. >> i thought it sounded like a locker room speech at halftime. i wasn't quite sure if he was speaking to the winning or losing team. pete: meaning it was dark at times but also positive at times. >> i think he directed it toward the people who elected him. michael harrington and his book "the other america" wrote about in the 1960's. pete: do you think he spoke to anxieties that americans are feeling? >> i think, to a lot of people, yeah. he did -- he hit it. he went after both sides of the aisle. things are changing. we'll see if it's for the good
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or the worse. pete: as a voter looking at that speech, you walk away from that saying hey, this is a guy that's going to roll up his sleeves and get things done in washington? >> absolutely. i think that was clear. he is going to start work from day one and is he going to try very hard and deliver on those things which he promised in his campaigns. pete: absolutely. i can tell you guys and we will go back to you and talking to folks on the mall and other goks this morning who we are going to talk to later in the show. a sense this is a guy who is going to roll up his sleeves and get to work. he may break china in the process. people may not love what he does but ultimate live he wants to make things happen. we will keep it coming from the tastee diner. lots of pancakes. steve: all right, pete, thanks so much. first full day for president trump. utah congressman mia love joins us to react to her first presidential inaugural.
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♪ >> congratulations, mr. president. >> for the first time ever anywhere, the 45th president of the united states of america. donald j. trump. >> this is your day. this is your celebration. and this, the united states of america, is your country. >> god bless you. and god bless america.
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>> we did it. [cheers and applause] >> we're going to have a lot of things happen. and you are going to read about them and, i don't know. let me ask you. should i keep the twitter going or not? keep it going? i think. so. [chanting u.s.a.] ♪ well, i was born in a small town ♪ and i live in a small town. steve: i don't know if this is the right song for donald trump. he was born in a big town. ainsley: maybe the message is he went out to the small towns. steve: oh, yeah. ainsley: if you live in a small town you too can become president of the united states. brian: i will build on what you guys are saying. i believe he knows he was elected by the people in the small town of america came
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together to elect him and the people on the east and west coast still can't figure it out especially if you look at the way they reviewed hits speech. steve: looking at the literal translation i was born in a small town. donald trump had a big day. he said at the end of that montage should i keep doing the twitter? he felt last night that people said yes. and just 4 minutes agency, the brand new president of the united states, tweeted this: a fantastic day and evening in washington, d.c. thank you to fox news and so many other other news outlets for the great review its of the speech. what did you think about the speech? email us at friends@foxnews.com. did you think it was optimistic? did you think it was a dark vision for america as the "new york times," "the washington post said? let us know. ainsley: well, thank you for tweeting about it. steve: thank you mr. president. ainsley: giving us great interviews and lots to talk about over the last two years. steve: no kidding. brian: we have a lot coming
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up. a privilege to be with you on saturday after the inaugural. let's lay out what happened yesterday. ainsley: working on first official day as president of the united states. steve: kristin fisher is live right there at the white house. which has new people sleeping on the second floor. >> that, it does. good morning, guys. you know, attending three balls in one night, may sound like a lot. but president bill clinton he attended 14 inaugural bawls. president obama attended 10. but president trump only three. and that was intentional. he says that he he wanted a quick celebration that he could get straight to work this morning. >> you are going to see things happening over the next few weeks. oh, you're going to be so happy. this was a movement. and now the work begins. there is no games, rights? no games. >> mr. trump made those remarks at the liberty ball before dancing his first dance with his first lady.
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and she looked stunning in a white gown that she actually helped design. as for the decor, there wasn't as much glitz and gold as one might expect from mr. trump. instead he went for a more classic, americana style hint of retrogram culminating with the song they chose for first dance frank sinatra's my way. ♪ and more ♪ much more than this ♪ i did it my way ♪ >> after attending the liberty ball and the freedom ball which had 25,000 attendees, it was massive. the new president and his entire family danced together and to salute our armed services ball. ♪ and more ♪ much more than this ♪ i did it my way ♪
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>> but the festivities aren't over yet. in a few hours, mr. trump will be heading to the national cathedral for the inaugural prayer service. and then this afternoon is he expected to make remarks at the cia's headquarters in lackly. so just because this is a saturday, it is still expected to be a very first day. very busy first day for the new president. brian: what i also thought was great. i love the fact that he talked tout troops in afghanistan yesterday from the stage. >> yeah. brian: they are excited and watching what's happening here. ainsley: they got a chance to ask him questions and he answered them. brian: thank you very much. by the way, we saw earlier in the day the talk was bawl melania wearing the ralph lauren double jacket. ainsley: stunning. steve: last night accord to go ahead my sources shy was wearing something about pierre who worked under carolin
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carolinaherra. a designer. we have interviewed her here on fox. her stepdaughter ivanka wore one of her outfits as well. brian: how do we know? was there a tag out? ainsley: we just asked them. apparently steve has sources in the fashion world. steve: that's right. my source is the "the washington post." just saying. meanwhile, we were all busy last night. look, if you go to an inauguration and you are lucky enough to be able to go to one of the balls, we all went. that's my daughter, mary doocy. the government lawyer here in washington, d.c. i actually got to dance with her at the liberty ball. there i am outside the capitol yesterday. there i am in kellyanne conway. she made history in winning the first presidential campaign. and that is congressman steve king from the fourth district of iowa. i was born in iowa. we had a great conversation. he is so optimistic about where america is going under the 45th president of the
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united states. ainsley: that's awesome. brian? brian: rascal flatts, gary was there. able to talk to us. i levos there to talk to us about what it meant to sing at the veterans ball which has been in existence since dwight eisenhower came up with the idea when he was president. there is the host and master of ceremonies drew carrie himself who served in the marine reserves. absolutely historical. hhysterical. he said the marines turned around his life. ainsley: pointed out sean hannity's list of songs one was rascal flatts god bless the broken road. this messiah friend olivia. that's her husband in the background. he hunts with don jr. that's sean on the right as you know. and then geraldo. we were both on sean's show last night from 10 to midnight. brian: like sean doesn't exist with geraldo there. ainsley: sorry erica. i'm wrapped around geraldo. brian: threes what was going on last night. of course the big show was at high noon at the big dome just
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about a mile and a half behind us i if you missed it, we have got about 10% of it in this inaugural address montage. but the theme was clear. donald trump said a lot of things when he was running for president and as president, he intends to keep his word. >> from this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. from this day forward, it's going to be only america first. america first. protection will lead to great prosperity and strength. i will fight for you with every breath in my body, and i will never ever let you down. america will start winning again. winning like never before. we will shine for everyone to follow.
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we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones. and unite the civilized world against radical islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth. the bible tells us how good and pleasant it is when god's people live together in unity. we must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity. when you america is united, america is totally unstoppable. there should be no fear. we are protected and we'll always be protected. we will be protected by the great men and women of our military and law enforcement and most importantly. [ applause ] we will be protected by god.
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it's time to remember that old wisdom our soldiers will never forget. that whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots. steve: great. brian: what he wants to do. he has been putting trump first and the trump organization first. that's what he has done in his life. and he says i want to take that same energy. i want it do it to the american people. he is going to revisit all these trade deals. he will talked about that. rebuild manufacturing. can you talk about the most productive interim period in history because of what he has done with the cos. that's why i was so shocked how others interpreted the message. ainsley: can you believe that the mainstream nbc, cnn, the list goes on how they interpreted his inaugural speech last nice. steve: dark day in america. ainsley: we want to get your
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comments as well. listen. >> i think it's fair to say this is one of the most radical inaugural speeches we have ever heard. >> when he said today america first. it was not just a racial -- i mean i shouldn't say racial, the hillearn back ground to it. >> that wasn't the type of inaugural address that was intended to bring this country together. >> overtones 1930s anti-semitic movement saying we don't want to get involved in europe's war. it's the jews' false in germany. brian: wow. ainsley: negative, negative, negative. brian: steve said the "new york times" said the same thing. here's the thing. it was tough to stand up in front of that crowd and knowing behind him is washington, including former presidents and saying washington is the problem. that's what he meant to say. listen, i'm friendly with you guys, all these presidents but i disagree with a lot of what has taken place when you guys were in power.
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steve: i will tell you what, in addition to mainstream media attacking the new put, online world so eviscerated, barren, 10-year-old barren trump, we're not going to repeat the stuff it is completely appropriate. complete -- completely inappropriate. if anybody said the things they said about barron about the clinton and obama kids there would be hell to pay. brian brian quickly deleted end up on the show. steve: people wanted her fired. ainsley: people can go after you, but not your children. steve: absolutely you don't pick on the family there was a good word from the pope. the pope sent a letter to donald trump saying he wished him good wishes with his new administration. ainsley: barron is precious. is he a beautiful child. steve: you don't beat up anybody's kid. brian: quick to hear the ovation from bush 43, too yesterday when he walked out.
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the crowd almost surprised him by the look on his face. steve: jimmy carter got the biggest ovation and biggest booing came for chuck schumer if you listened to his speech, you were thinking why we in an introduction to john roberts, the chief justice of the supreme court go so far that way? ainsley: all he was supposed to do was introduce the chief justice answered gave that long speech. steve: a little added bonus. value-added. anyway. what did you think of the speech yesterday? come up, so-called inclusive women's march on washington today set to start in a couple hours. one group disz invited because they are pro-life. the founder is live with us shortly. brian: plus the president promised to return the power to the people. that's one of the reasons why utah congresswoman mia love. ainsley: hi, me a how are you?
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ainsley: first let the good times roll from the ball. ♪ let the good times roll ♪ ♪ freedom has made america exceptional, but it can only last if you and i choose to act as people of character. forging character has been the pursuit of hillsdale college since 1844. ♪
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and venus snap for those last minute invites the perfect party prep ♪ were you i. steve: yesterday was historic day in america followed by a night of celebrations as donald trump is officially sworn in as the 45th president. what were. so take aways from the big show? ainsley: utah congresswoman mia love was there. and this was her first time at inauguration. congratulations. >> thank you. it was greats. ainsley: what was your reaction about everything? >> i mean, we were enthusiastic. we were just listening to the message. what a great message of patriotism.
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as a moom, i' mom i feel like ms have to apologize for being american. i have to tell them all the time they live on the greatest country on earth. don't apologize for. steve: apparently you haven't been reading the mainstream media newspapers. it was a dark day. >> i know. steve: chuck schumer and -- you know, he was up there and i think he was there to introduce the chief justice of the supreme court. >> yeah. steve: he got booed. >> he wasn't on the program. steve: what? >> we looked at the program. he wasn't on the program. so i don't know. steve: he went rogue? >> i don't know what happened. we looked at the program and he wasn't on the program. ainsley: everyone like would what in the world? what is he doing? >> we had no idea. brian: congresswoman now time for action. ceremony over. i'm sure sprump working today. i'm sure is he working tomorrow. >> right. brian: what finance, dodd frank that's the committee you are on. >> committee of jurisdiction. our-dying on a vine. you are talking about centralized banks is where
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it's going. we have to do everything we can to repeal dodd frank. give people access to credit. you are talking about buying a tractor to be able to plow your fields. getting a car to go to and from work. you can't go to work you can't create opportunities for yourself and get the american dream. give people as much access to credit as possible. people hurt the most are the poorest among us especially in black communities. we have to do everything we can to give people. brian: how much momentum is behind that? >> well, have you got, certainly, i know the president is interested. steve: he is anti-regulation. >> that is a great place. the cfpb is absolutely horrible. we are going to do everything we can to make sure that we give people as many opportunities as possible. ainsley: as a member of congress, the only female black member of congress that's a republican, the very first one, too, congratulations. you were sitting up there behind the podium. what was the reaction to your fellow congress men and women that decided to boycott this?
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>> there was a lot of members that decided to boycott. i have to tell you, the chairman of the congressional black caucus cedric was there. there were a couple of other people that were there. you know, the only message i have to say is that you're representative. that house doesn't belong to barack obama. it doesn't belong to trump. it belongs to the people. so you have to show up. as a representative, you show up. steve: did donald trump call you? >> he did. he called me. it's really interesting. you mentioned being the first black female republican in congress ever. here is donald trump calling me. i never got that call from the former president. steve oh, wow. >> actions speak volumes to me. and i'm looking forward to. brian: i get to work now. we get stuff to do. >> we get to work. bringing power back to the people. steve: sure. >> it's the thing that i ran on. it's the most important thing that will change the way this country works. so i'm really excited about that. brian: gait to see you.
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steve: thank you. >> thank you. ainsley: she has the best last name, too. love. brian: absolutely. ainsley: so-called inclusive women's march on washington set toe start a few hours from now. one group disinvited because.. of their stance. steve: hi. ready for the big show? found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo is specifically designed to open up airways to improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine,
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heather: welcome back from our nation's capitol. following breaking news. a tornado ripping through a small town in mississippi. william terry university in heatsburg damaged in the storm's wake. first responders are now scouring the area as people reportedly are trapped under their homes. we will follow this developing story and bring you the latest as we get it. anti-trump protests turning violent. 32-year-old in critical condition after being shot on the university of washington's campus in washington stated.
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that suspect has now turned himself. in elsewhere thousands taking to the streets denouncing the new administration. protest especially violent in washington, d.c. at least 217 people put in jail. buildings vandalized and cars torched. a suspected cop killner critical condition this morning after trying to take his own life following a 7-hour standoff on a bridge in new orleans. sylvester holt was wanted for the murder of officer michael luvier and his estranged pregnant ex-wife. i will see i in just a little bit. let's head over to steve, brian and ainsley. high hi, guys. ainsley: thank you so much, heather. some 250,000 expected to take part on women's march in washington. happens this morning. pro-life women's group called the new wave feminists was uninvited to that event after being listed as a partner for today's event. steve: what kind of message does that send? you are included and then you are not included. let's talk to poo del rosa
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founder of new wave feminists. she joins us for reaction. what's new wave feminists. >> pro-life feminists protecting life from the womb to the tomb different take on feminism. since women reviewed as property for huge chunk of history, we don't think it's okay to view children as property especially since they're the most vulnerable among us. brian: why did you want to get involved in this march today? >> any time women come together, exciting things happen. so we definitely wanted to be there to represent the pro-life contingent of that. ainsley: why are you pro-life. >> i became pregnant with my son at 16 years old. i really had -- to me that was the most feminist thing i will could do was choose life for him. there was sacrifices but i have been repaid in full. set most amazing human being. steve: that's why you wanted. brian: not going to have that opportunity because to demonstrate today? >> no. i mean we are going to be there. ainsley: you're going to go
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going to go. steve: found out about it asked to be included. made you a partner and realized they are pro-life. let's uninvite them. >> i think they knew we were pro-life. once everyone else found out they there was backlash and they caved. ainsley: how did you find out you were uninvited. >> reporters starterred calling me. ainsley: how did they know. >> because of the twitter backlash. they went to the website and suddenly our name wasn't there a friend called to let me know and immediately reporters called. brines brian have you gotten an explanation. steve: i think it's pretty easy. it's an inclusive march and it's inclusive as long as you have their philosophy. >> yes. very specific type of diversity. which does not include everyone. steve: what's your message to them. >> the message is we have been getting so much support from women. when we got to the international airport dallas yesterday to head here. so many people on the plane headed here for the same reason they said you guys should absolutely be able to march. while this has become divisive with, perhaps, the organizers, women agree that they want
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more voices. more dialogue is always better. it's always empowering. brian: let me just ask you in the big picture. wife do you think it is necessary to march? >> i think we need to make sure that we're holding the trump administration accountable. there is definitely misogynistic rhetoric in the past and it has no place in the white house. he. steve: you are going to try to march today. >> i will march today. ainsley: how old is your son. >> he is 16. rains ains great decision. i'm a mom myself. i. steve: thank you so much. >> thank you. steve: have great day in our nation's capitol. today is the first full day of the trump administration. how are voters feeling this morning? pete hegseth, look at that is he flipping flap jacks and making bacon at the taseee diner. is he coming up next. brian: many in the media in a complete meltdown after the inauguration comparing today to the civil war? >> struck by where the country is today. much more akin to where we
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♪ ♪ >> in america we understand
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that a nation is only living as long as it is striving. we will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action, constantly complaining but never doing anything about it. the time for empty talk is over. now arrives the hour of action. do not allow anyone to tell you that it cannot be done. no challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of america. we will not fail. brian: that was a little bit of donald trump's speech yesterday, which many people had a problem with michelle malkin to my immediate left very familiar to you guys. conservative editor of the conservative review and dan bongino former secret service agent for president obama. one guy that could have gotten through the malaise of security and you chose to stay in last night. >> i had my own secret service -- i can let new but i
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don't know what that guy down there. brian: how do you feel about the tone that you saw yesterday from the president and how it's being received? >> it just shows that there are really still two americas there is normal, every day america that was inspired by donald trump and then there is the media and holiday that were nashin --hollywood nashingh and pulling their chins. dark headlines. i was on bbc yesterday you would have thought that the apocalypse had happened with these people. i don't understand what you are hearing. i heard soaring rhetoric, inspiration, i heard unity. brian: maybe not great news for the british. is he talking about america first. already established a relationship and have meetings soon. >> winston churchill bust is back in the white house. steve: that says a lot: what did you think. >> wasn't standard conservatism as we have heard. michelle is right.
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media meltdown shows disconnect from the mainstream bubble. times or the post said maybe we made a mistake crying wolf about every single republican being a ist or fob, or racist doing this again. ira. talking about jeff sessions daughter being asian and comments about barron yesterday. ry trump 2020 effort. ainsley: matthew dowd was comparing this to the civil war. listen to. this we are obviously unprecedented time with a lot of things that happened unexpectedly including election day for most people in the country. i am struck for where the country is today. much more akin to where we were in 1861 and how divided the country is. brian: 1861? >> we were talking about this
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on our crtv live stream. we co-hosted our own coverage yesterday. we talked about this. invocation of unprecedented. unprecedented. and yet, these people hearing' back to evil the civil war. i heard a lot of nazi references, 1930s. ainsley: how divided our country is. donald trump has talked about this, dan. he has said i'm not the one who has divided it someone else has been in office the last 8 years. >> to call this hysterics is maybe the understatement of the year. i remember specifically the 2009 barack obama inauguration. conservatives gave him his day. you didn't see any of this nonsense. even worse 2013 i remember al roker people jumping out in the parade route when joe biden waved literally ready to cry in tears. okay. enough. michelle and i were talking about it yesterday. we're happy we won but we don't do golden calf politics. i would not -- and i don't think donald trump would expect that. brian: lethatlet me genuine
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flect in front of you. steve: guys on the mainstream media saying these things. left wing twitter verse you saw some things. dan to your point earlier you touched on the fact that the twitter verse got so inappropriately inappropriate with 10-year-old barron trump because if people said the things about the obama children or about chelsea clinton, twitter themselves would drive to their house and take their smart phone away from them. >> good conservatives would say, too. fellows, inappropriate. you are discrediting us and our movement. where are the liberals doing that now? it's outrageous. >> where is the twitter safety filter? that's what i want to know. remember they created this whole safety council to get rid of bigotry and hatred. it's one sided filter. brian: one thing i do yesterday flip around where the emphasis.
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so many angles and cover. everyone was expecting massive riots. number one who are these people? i know 217 were arrested. >> yeah. that's right. that's not marginal. okay? and what i want to know is where is the single elected democrat who condemned the destruction, the violence, the property damage the intimidation of law abiding people. what is the setting limousine on fire on k street. steve: larry king got his windows smashed out. steve: dan, you know how it works. event like this. the police officers are told unless they punch you in the face, just pretty much let them do whatever they want to do. >> you nailed it, steve. it's sad. because they have to triage the reference. zero sum game. i fei sent steve doocy police officer to arrest ainsley for smashing a window in a limo. by the way my daughter loves
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your book; steve go look out for tactical assault that shooter. it's not that they don't want to do it. there ♪ enough manpower. brian: profile these people. who are they? seem like a bunch of 20-year-olds not upset about hillary. they are not even democrats. what are they doing? >> this is literally their job. what they do is get paid or financed go out and astro turfers at best. that's being generous. get paid to go out there and get arrested. if we got arrested it would destroy our careers. brian: absolutely. >> they don't care. badge of honor. look at me arrested 20 times. steve: would you were able to give two sound bites and work in a book plug at the same time. >> really enjoys the book. ainsley: so glad. i don't think can i write children's books if i am out smashing windows. steve: you are not surprised at the rent a mob that showed up. >> no. i did a piece this week called the sponsors of an arcky. i want to get back to this
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point of where these elected democrats. come on. they hold sarah palin accountable for using a bulls eye and blame every last random act of violence? where is -- i mean, this is what happens in oakland. you had the mayor there gene who coddled the likes of wall street. you asked who are these people? some are 20-year-olds. some are 40 and 50-year-olds who are subsidized career agitators. steve: we saw a 10-year-old with his parents. brian: talk about the big picture. two months down the line, two weeks down the line, a year down the line. does the rhetoric and anti-trump attitude continue to all these outlets. >> i wrote a book called " unhinged in 2006. steve another book plug. >> retroflashback. this is where these people live. they are cesspool dwellers and they like wallowing in it. >> michelle is right. these are people committed to liberalism.
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heather: good morning and welcome back to our nation's capitol. any headlines to bring you. cia operating without a leader as the senate delays confirmation votes for mike pompeo. democracy pushing that vote on monday to the way he answered surveillance questions during his hearing. former president george h.w. bush and former first lady barbara bush continuing to recover in a hospital this morning. both are on the upswing after they were hospitalized in houston for respiratory problems. doctors removing a ventilator for bush 41 before donald trump's inaugural address. the couple watching that ceremony together and glad they are doing better. i will see you back here real soon, steve, brian and ainsley. brian: 15 minutes before the top of the hour. president-elect donald trump working hard to make america great again as cabinet
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members, yes he has some. james mattis secretary of state and john kelli home land security officially being sworn. in this as executive actions are already being taken to repeal and replace obamacare. so, what's next on the agenda? >> steve: here to discuss we have a political panel on this saturday morning lisa booth is a fox news contributor. madison is the regional press secretary for the presidential inaugural committee. by the way good job on yesterday. >> thank you. steve: also a "washington times" columnist and linda is a former communications director for governor tim kaine democratic strategist and founding partner of 270s strategies she has the longest business card. so, liz, i will start with you. one of the first thing that plump did was executive order essentially unwinding portions of the affordable care act regulations. "the washington post has a headline. trump guts the affordable care act's individual mandate is that what you think he is gutting it at this point? >> well, i think it's a litigation bit unclear.
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i think there were a number of folks trying to get more details yesterday. obviously we know it was the very beginning of his administration. he was signing a stack of executive orders and this happened to be one of them. there weren't a lot of details early on. we will see exactly what it means. the administration has made very, very clear their intention is to repeal obamacare so we'll see. brian: lisa, he says i am going to start easing the financial burden on obama moo care. we are not quite there yet. what do you expect to be next? >> look, i think there needs to be consensus within republicans right now. there isn't at the current moment regarding obamacare and what is the next step forward. brian: tax reform? freezing rain structure? what do you think tactically would be the next best thing? >> i think energy is where this administration should go. look at the amount of revenue that can be brought in even through just looking at the shear amount of federal land that president obama roped off for energy exploration there is a lot of untapped potential there for both. brian: unrope. >> unrope those federal lands.
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permanently roll back some of these regulations. i know he did a temporary freeze on new and incoming regulations that president obama put into place. look at what he has done over the past 8 years. he has really limited us. prevented a lot of potential and energy exploration. a lot of money there. a lot of jobs there. and, you know, even look at the keystone pipeline, for instance. just a lot of quick action there that donald trump. ainsley: won't be dependent on other countries. >> exactly. ainsley: what do you think should be next. >> first thing look at he is send ago very clear message. he was elected by the american people, many of which wanted to see obamacare rebeeld or at the very least changed. is he directing federal agencies to, you know, interpret as loosly as possible obamacare until it is potentially repealed. what we need to keep in mind many americans i'm from the midwest and the state of ohio. i saw businesses and people hurt by obamacare. we can't continue to let this happen. we need to interpret these regulations loosely and figure
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out how to fix this broken healthcare system that he created. >> first thing. >> one of the first things to do in the first 100 days. steve: people optimistic things he said he was going to make good on. lynda, as a democrat, does your point of view reflect. so mainstream media they are saying oh, that speech, dark day in america? that's the president. >> well, yeah. steve: you are a very fair person. i would be shocked if you really felt that way. >> i'm a fair person but i also have ears. i feel like a good portion of the speech, especially the beginning of it yesterday really very much painted a very bleak picture of america. he was talking about circumstantial cities burning. factories shutting down. steve: because of nettle. >> here's the point. circumstantial yesterday's speech which typic solid a unifying moment where you are kind of graciously saying some nice things about your opponent and predecessor and unifying things and bringing people together.
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was more of the same rhetoric we heard on the campaign trail. i understand why. donald trump says the same thing again and again consistent about that. i understand the framing and i stark. he used the term american carnage which i think historians and people watching would have been totally shocked. ainsley: what's wrong with using that word when you look at the statistics in chicago. >> you have to look at the statistics everywhere. it's not really in line with what's happened. again, we started 8 years ago, people, millions of people were losing their homes and getting things foreclosed on. personal auto industry was collapsing. brian: gotcha. steve: real quick. >> a lot of americans felt like the country is not where they he wanted. they felt like their children and grand children were not going to inherit a stronger nation. steve: today is day one. first full thing see what he does. ladies, thank you very much. >> thank you. ainsley: come up, geraldo and i had a ballast night after the inauguration. he is here live at the top of the hour. steve: next up, pete is live
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♪ ainsley: donald trump officially sworn in as the 45th president of the united states. so how are the voters feeling about our new president? steve: we have dispatched pancake pete hegseth to the tastee diner in bethesda, maryland to find out. pete? >> it's a new morning and new first couple waking up in the white house. a lot of excitement in the tastee diner.
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i have got dale. a retired federal it worker. you you were on the ground there what did you take away from mr. trump's speech. >> i thought it repeated his campaign themes and he simplified everything so the american people could understand them. and he repeated america first theme. we need to start getting america moving forward and stop worrying about every single country in the world. we don't have the resources to bail out every single country in the world, europe, far east. and we need to bring back jobs to this country. and that's the primary theme. without incomes, american people will not be able to buy products. they will not be able to shop and go to the malls and buy cars and things. we need to have the incomes here in the united states. pete: sure. dale, that's a great summary. that's what a lot of people are taking away. others are calling the speech dark, gene. you watched the speech. what did you think? >> i enjoyed the speech. it gives me hope that we are going to take the country in a different direction. as a small business operator, we have been struggling. obamacare has really been awful.
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and i'm honing to get some relief in the near future. pete: i also have to say you have been great to us. dale is owner the taste ye diner here in n. three locations not just here but also in silver springs and. >> in lawler. pete: thank you for hosting us. >> i love fox. pete: optimism of this day is exemplified here every single morning you have a great clientele. >> thank you very much. pete: a lot of folks pouring in. we will be here all morning asking what their take away is we know what the mainstream media things what do the people think? brian: that's one of pete's last appearances in the diner. pete, great job. steve: is he going to keep going. we're going to diners forever. brian: well, we will see. we never know. we will see. he. steve: i think it makes brian hungry. brian: he has known donald trump for 30 years. ainsley: 40 years. brian: correcting me already. geraldo rivera is here. he already has me apologizing for something.
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[cheers and applause] >> we did it. [cheers] >> we will have a lot of things. happen, read about them. i don't know. let me ask you. should i keep the twitter going or not? keep it going? [chanting u.s.a.] brian: donald trump last night. and where is he this morning after spending a night last night? in the white house. ainsley: you said second floor, steve. which room is it? do you know the window? steve: i have a general idea. keep in mind, donald trump and the trump family lives in skyscraper in new york city. when is the last time they lived in a two story house? ainsley: whoever is on the left side isn't awake yet. some on the right side is awake. steve: right side butler
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person who turns on the coffee. brian: that's where i keep my but ler on the right side of the house. i have somewhat disturbing shows the level of security. jersey bumps metal barriers inside the fence on the white house still a day after the inauguration. i could not believe the security. see that? ainsley: you are right. steve: what's that for is there is a walkway out to the parade review stand. that's the actual walkway. brian: that's the thing with my wife she always wants to get everything cleaned that up night so when we get up in the morning we don't have a lot to do. now melania has got to move that she. steve: she has got people. she has your butler. brian: after a night celebration, president donald trump ready to get would-to-work on first official day as president of the united states. ainsley: kristin fisher live in front of the white house. good morning, kristin. could you go clean that up for brian? he is really worried. >> is he really worried about it but something you said early your you were noticing the lights on inside the white house. can i report that the lights
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in the residence are on. and we know, of course, mr. trump has already been active on twitter. so he is up and starting the first full day of his presidency after what was a very long night. mr. trump attended three inaugural balls. and the song that he selected for his first dance was very fitting for a president who has done things his way from day one. he chose frank sinatra's my way. ♪ and more ♪ much more than this ♪ i did it my way ♪ ♪ well, i've had a few. >> mr. trump attended the solution to the armed services ball where he took questions from servicemen and women overseas. at the freedom ball it was his turn to ask the crowd of supporters very important question. >> we have a rot of things happen. you will read about them and, i don't know.
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let me ask you, should i keep the twitter going or not? keep it going? ♪ cheers] >> i think. so the enemies keep saying oh, that's terrible. you know, it's a wave bypassing dishonest media, right? >> reporter: now today mr. trump is off to the inaugural prayer service at the national cathedral. then he will be going to cia's headquarters in langley, especially significant given his recent criticisms of the intelligence community. brian, ainsley, and steve? steve: all right, kristin, thanks very much. she said the president is up and is he tweeting. he just tweeted out in the last hour a fantastic day and evening in washington, d.c. thank you to @ fox news and some other news outlets for the great reviews of the speech. brian: for a review of the speech and so much more geraldo rivera joins us live. >> i was last night with sean hannity and with the most beautiful woman in washington who wasn't on the stage dancing with donald trump. our own ainsley earhardt. ainsley: thank you.
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>> bell of the freedom ball. ainsley: so sweet. my ice and everyone else's was on melania. there we are. remember this picture? you know, what why don't you and steve just take a break. brian: i think it's better if you two are closer. ainsley: is he so upset because he thinks i was all over in that picture. >> yeah. i just hope my wife. steve: how far key possibly resist? ainsley: geraldo, what are you looking for here? brian: exactly like the segment was supposed to go when we rehearse it this morning. steve: geraldo, when you find whatever it is you are looking for. ainsley: looking for a part of the speech. >> in my mind it was a proud city wind swept, god blessed and teaming with people of all kinds living in harmony and peace. a stwi free ports that lung with commerce and creativity. and if there had to be city walls, the walls had doors and the doors were open to anyone with the will and the heart to get here.
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steve: okay. donald trump did not give that speech. who did no. >> he did not give ronald reagan's speech. but ronald reagan did. and that's what i thought we love donald trump. we wish the 45th president of the united states the best. we were honored to be able to personally congratulate him on the phone last night. brian: but? >> i thought it was too tough. a little too harsh. i thought that the message, the message of america first is an important message and i get that that was. steve: sure. >> the impetus for his whole race and it was brilliantly conceived and extraordinarily executed in a way that nobody credited and there it was in the biggest upset in all of political. steve: geraldo, you should not be surprised he ran as this donald trump and that donald trump is the donald trump who gave the speech yesterday. and essentially what he said was and it was a campaign speech because is he going to have to campaign in congress going forward because he is going to have to convince democrats and republicans to
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advance his agenda. >> i absolutely get that. and i totally agree. when you looked at the hundreds of thousands here yesterday, it was starkly reminiscent of the fact that this was not a diverse crowd. this was the crowd that voted for donald trump. he has to be president not just for these good people, but for the people beyond you. brian: did he mention the city. >> some are coming today for whatever the women's march. ainsley: he addressed struggling families and women and children in the inner cities. >> you know that's an interesting verb to address. he did address them in the sense that he referenced it, and he said it in tough terms. but i thought the best line by far was the one he said if you embrace patriotism there is no room for prejudice that is a reaganesque line that makes the same point but with a kindness and a compassion that i think -- ainsley: he said when you fear, i will fear.
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when you have victories, i will celebrate those victories is basically what he was saying. when you are struggling, we will make sure that you are not struggling anymore. he said something similar to that. and that was the message. >> knowing him for four decades, i know this is one of the most kind, brilliant businessmen you would ever want to find. brian: you almost won the atis. >> i almost won th the apprentie because he was so kind to me. it doesn't match who he is. steve bannon of the breitbart guy who was the navy officer and goldman sachs banker that was his tough guy stuff. but i would have liked to say like if melania gave it some love or -- balance steve with a little -- just a little -- it didn't have to be a lot. brian: let me show you some the reaction. so reaction happened overseas believe it or not there is a protest in london right now
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and violence. >> why does that shock you? brian: i am shocked. had you president obama not a great friend to britain. >> that's what they say. he was talking about america first. my goodness. we put ourselves first. he didn't say allies don't matter. he says we are going to focus on us. >> england, u.k. haas its own division. and it is as stark as our own. it's not along racial lines but it's the whole brexit thing we stay in britain all by ourselves. get those damn immigrants out or we are part of europe. that's the division. steve: geraldo. >> i know you were not a fan of the president's speech yesterday, but you know. >> but i am a fan of the if the. steve: i understand that one person i have think would not have liked the speech yesterday was barack obama because he gave a 20-minute -- essentially he gave a 20-minute indictment of how barack obama did not help this country in the last 8 years. >> are you asking? i thought you were going to
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surprise me and say barack obama actually loved it i don't think so that there was anything in that speech for any politician on that toy appreciate. he went after everybody. >> do you know who appreciated it? his crowd. the people who put donald trump in the white house yesterday went, yeah. more of that stuff. >> i sent him love tweets that set up our meeting last week. steve: with an emogi? >> when he drained the swamp by stopping the house republicans from diselm bowing the house ethics committee. i said that's the way -- there is a new sheriff in town. that's the way to do it. he sent it back that he missed me. i appreciate that he is going to stop the way this town does business. steve: good. >> back slapping, you help me, i will help you. this quid for that quo. i really appreciate that i just thought that this time for business and this time for poetry. i know is he capable of both.
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the next time i hope he gives ainsley a call for gentleness. brian: he will do it in the state of the union. >> yeah. he could do it in the state of the union. pay. brian: i'm curious when he starts doing stuff you will be back flex week to talk about what he is doing and forget about the message. we will finally have action. >> i want to give one red line. i only have one red line. steve: we know what happens with red lines in this town. >> i'm much more a keeper of my word than the former occupant of the oval office. my red line is those dream students. if president trump seeks to deport those students who got deferred deportation by president obama. brian so-called dhaka. steve: let's see what he does. geraldo? >> he has plenty of room to say you know, i have bigger fish to fry. let me get the gang bangers in chicago. let me get the creeps here and there i loved him. brian: i know. gangsters please leave. geraldo, thanks so much for
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products, stealing our companies and destroying our jobs. brian: president trump plans on tackling immigration. he talked about the wall what does the strategy look like. steve: here to weigh in is republican louie gohmert. when you came in after the donald trump speech, you said i can't stop smiling. >> i can't stop smiling. that's exactly. in fact, one of my dear friends. a widow of one of my best friends in my life. she texted me while i was there. she said lieuy, i haven't seen you smile this much in years. i'm just grinning. ainsley: why are you so excited? brian: we have to show everybody you were greeting everybody out in the stands. you were front and center. >> it was a fun spot. brian: we actually could see you greeting everybody on the stand is where you got most of the accolades from and everyone saw it. >> you could see he was deep in thought weighing what he was about to do.
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now on the way up, he was. brian: grinning and grabbing. >> you could see how deeply he was taking about what he was about to do. it is exciting. this is a guy who is going to come in and do what has been needing to be done for years. i mean, for example, he says drain the swamp. what does that mean? well, newt was talking to a small group of us in the house. real conservatives. and he said you know what? the number one thing you could do to help him achieve his goals, drain the swamp, you have got to give him the ability to say you're fired. and because of the civil service act. steve: sure. >> that was a reform. it was a huge reform because of the spoil system. people gave jobs in washington to their friends. steve: legendary. >> civil service was a reform but now it's worse than tenure for professors. ainsley: does it worry you or anyone else in congress or senators that he would come in
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and drain the swamp? and do you consider yourself part of the swamp? steve: terrifies them. >> like any wet lands. when you come in and start trying to drain it, there's going to be endangered species like fat cats up here. so snakes, they're going to be endangered and they are not going to go out without a fight but we have got to get rid of them. brian: one of the things a hiring freeze. that's going to come this week. no more. and i guess 15% are so upset that donald trump got elected they are going to quit. they are not going to be replaced. >> that is awesome. that is just fantastic. steve: et question is do you need them? >> you get that answered by the shutdown that harry reid caused. steve: he did. >> in 2013. they had only essential people come in and it was a fraction and so many of us were going so now we know who we need and who we don't really need. let's get rid of the nonessential people.
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brian: union stopping them. >> civil service reform preventing that you can't just say you are fired. something trump is quite good at. steve: he is famous at that. >> we have got reform that bill, that law and give him a chance to fire people for cause without going through all these problems. and the other thing, and he talked about this. and people don't realize this doesn't just help, you know, get rid of the irs. doesn't help one little area, it helps all of our freedom and i was talking to art i would like to get rid of the irs. steve: somebody has to collect taxes. >> i was a judge and prosecutor. he said some people are going to cleat. the problem with the irs they decide who they are going to audit. they decide how thoroughly they are going to harass people when they audit. they decide if they are going to put you in jail. they want to take your home, your business. you can't have one entity. you get rid of the irs completely. you get a small, little agency of cpa's.
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they never get to choose who they audit. it's always at random. so you never know. you could get. steve: when you simplify it would be so much easier. >> one page like he talked about. you really could get rid of the irs. there goes the massive pressure that so many drations have used on people. they know you make the president mad, you make this administration -- they will sick the irs on you. steve: yeah. >> that needs to be taken care of. brian: lieuy, just stop it. >> i'm excited. we have a guy that will think outside the box. brian: everybody in texas that came here has your same attitude. >> it's awesome. it is just a great day in america. and thank you for making it possible. without fox news, this doesn't happen. you. steve: we're just getting the word out. both sides fair and balanced. louie, thank you. ainsley: thank you so much, congressman. steve: straight ahead on this saturday "fox & friends." appointing david to lead the e.p.a.
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and then this is something we are keeping a very close eye on. four people now confirmed dead in mississippi after a tornado tears through the town of hattiesburg. first responders scouring the area as people are reportedly trapped under their homes. four so far confirmed dead. janice dean is watching that story and we will bring you the latest. a suspected cop killner critical condition after trying to take his own life following a 7 hour standoff on a new orleans bridge. sylvester holt wanted for the murder of michael luvier and estranged pregnant ex-wife. and those are your headlines. i will see you back here shortly. a lot going on. a lot of breaking news. steve: man, there is thank you, heather. brian: what's the common refrain most people say when you go to the super bowl or major event like this. did you go to the parties after? when it comes to the inaugural they will say what balls did you go to? so i had the opportunity to go to the veterans ball that dwight eisenhower established in the 1950s. there were medal of honor recipients. 42 strong. along with celebrities and a
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certain singer that you will recognize the voice. here is a look back at the veterans ballast night. >> the veterans inaugural ball has been around since the 1950s. believe me, it's a great cause. why else would you get the brand new vice president of the united states to show up and big acts like rascal flatts to come lehr? in the end, this is a ball. and people come here to have a ball and they are having a ball. ♪ brian: what is it like here for you as a proud american? >> well, i mean it's everything. like there is protests. there is happy people. there is unhappy people. it's the best of democracy all mixed up into one thing. it's exciting to see. brian: what does it mean to have it around your neck.
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>> i'm wearing it for those who didn't come back. the medal was -- it's harder to wear than it was to earn. so we wear it for veterans. we wear it for all the veterans in america. brian: do you get a sense things are going to change for the better? >> absolutely. brian: in what way? >> we will turn around and realize our nationalism again. what our country stands for. ♪ i will stand by you. >> being in this room with so many american heroes. it is a privilege to be here. brian: how do you explain country music and patriotism. >> we like to sing about what's real. no matter what side of the country fence you are on. brian: donald trump talk about veterans and a wall. combines both here at the american legion. 641,000 poppies. do you know what they signify? each one of the american men and women who have lost their lives fighting for this country. >> when you said reflect back all the friends that you have
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lost and all those poppies that are there representing that, it's just daunting. that's why we are here today though. it's because of the sacrifice those men and women made. brian: with heroes in the audience, the second most powerful man in america showed up to salute them. vice president mike pence. >> i think it's all together fitting that someone who who has not worn the uniform stop in at an occasion like this to make sure you all know that as we celebrate the peaceful transfer of power in america today, we know the real heroes are those of that you have worn the uniform. brian: vice president of the united states speaking up last night and showing up on a schedule to make sure to stop by the veteran's ball. it was thought maybe the president would stop by. obviously he had his plate filled. when we hear rascal flatts, we first came across them when the sister of -- gary's sister came out and told us about
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songs for sound because their daughter was born without the ability to hear and they got cock lehr's implants. the sister-in-law, you are right. and because people can't afford it kids can't hear. they are raising money with songs for sounds. if you want to do something nice today go to songs for sound and donate. ainsley: she was on our show. she showed us the video when her daughter got a cochlear implant and heard for the very first time. steve: it was really something. great job at the ballast night. meanwhile, coming up on this saturday, nearly 70 democrats skipped yesterday's inauguration. our next guest was not one of them. texas congressman henry is ready to work with donald trump. the congressman is straight ahead. he is having free coffee downstairs. ains ain't th -- arches ains the president talking tough on terror. >> unite the civil lived world against radical islamic terrorism which he we will
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>> we'll follow two simple rules. buy american and hire american. we will seek friendship and goodwill with the nations of the world, but we do so with the understanding that it is the right of all nations to put their own interests first. we do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone. but, rather, to let it shine as an example. we will shine for everyone to follow. we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones and unite the civilized world against radical islamic terrorism, which we will erad eradicate completely from the face of the earth. brian: well now it's time to meet a guy very familiar face in america. you know him as a navy seal.
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is he a best-selling author and featured. mark wahlberg played him in the movie lone survivor which is the true story of his life and tremendous heroism. great to see you, marcus. >> hello. brian: great to put us on your schedule. you were sitting over there yesterday. what was it like taking in that speech. >> he told me y'all had asomebody cancelled and last-minute deal. steve: no we had a cooking segment that didn't pan out. bob villa was supposed to with be now. >> that would have been a great show. ainsley: you are always at the top of our list. what was your reaction? what did you think? >> i thought it was great. i thought he spoke to the president's inaugural speech, amazing. and i have heard people say that it was dark and some people say it was great. you have to understand he spoke to america, the people who got him elected. i mean, in this election have you got to understand that that's what happened. america came alive, right? came in and voted and left and
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went back to doing their business. brian: they had to work friday. they are not going to come to washington, d.c. >> all the people that get polled and everything like that. that's all well and good. what you see is the people who don't do that showed up, took care of business and going back to doing what they do. steve: we had geraldo on. he said we didn't like the speech. we needed more poted tri. make it rosy. >> i have heard that, too. everyone is like i wish he would would have done that well, you don't run for president and exri get up there and say whatever you want, buddy. i brian he said islamic terror. does it matter to a guy who fights islamic terrorists. >> you never have to label anything we go after. you just have to point us in the direction we have to go. that part is easy. that's for the american people to understand kind of what's going on. ainsley: marcus, you were on the campaign trail. i don't know how many cities you went to. you probably don't either. you were all over the map with
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donald trump. >> all of them. ainsley: what are you hearing from the people? >> that parte part was a blessi. election series and allowed me to integrate into the -- i like to say bikers to billionaires. i get to travel around and seat pulse. i opened up about the worst week of my life. straight from the heart kind of deal when that happens. they reciprocate. so i kind of got the feel of it when during the push up to the election. steve: sure. >> i went to bed and the night of the election and woke up, i knew what was going to happen. mellowed kept waking me up, you can't believe this. i think america got what they wanted. steve: initially, your candidate was not donald trump. it was rick perry who you have known for a very long time. >> he is family. steve: he has been family to you. switched to ted cruz.
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ultimately to donald trump. that's like a lot of american republicans and conservatives. you know, they went shopping. they wound up checking out, put donald trump in the cart ultimately. >> yes, sir. steve: you have no problem with regarding where you started and where you ended up? >> no, no, i don't. >> when the perry family picked me up and brought me in. paid attention what was going on in their world. learned a lot about politics. and backing governo governor pep because is he family. i know what a great man he is ted cruz is a good man, too. steve: rick perry will be a great energy secretary. >> he will, absolutely. brian: we have some video of the hearing. when it comes to the v.a. this is the first candidate i know made that a priority. he was horrified when it happened four years ago whens wn it was done. how little has been done. do you sense that it's going to be a priority from here on
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in? >> absolutely. the cabinet members that are here now really care about. especially governor perry. it's one of those deals where it will be brought to the president's attention every single day. i would like to say. this you hear -- everyone bashing the v.a. i checked into the v.a. in three days. so i know it can be done. the doctors there are fantastic. it's when it gets out of that that everything boggles down. the senators and congressman have a great medical program. just take the veterans and put them in their program and there shouldn't be a problem anymore. ainsley: you mentioned -- >> -- or vice versa. send them down our way. brian: things get done. ainsley: you men'sed the confirmation hearings. senator mad dog mattis. he was confirmed. senator kelly. they were getting criticism for too many generals on the cabinet which i think is absurd. what do you think about it? do you like mad dog mattis for defense? >> do you know how hard it is to get a name like that in the
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marine corps? he is an officer, too. this is no joke. there won't be any problem. no guys on our knees. let's be clear, we are not weak at all. i don't feel -- do i look week? and the guys coming up are stronger than we were. it's just how you use them. how you implement us. if you tie us down, if the perception of us is weak, that's a huge misconception. brian: talking about putting in $54 billion more a year starting this year. getting rid of sequester and building a lot more ships and maybe doubling or putting the size of the marines up a third. on a lighter note. , had you some fun as secretary of energy nominee. governor rick perry was talking to governor al franken. we got off the rails a bit. do you want to take a look? you you i okay. we're about to get it but at that time it was -- governor perry thought it was important for you to be at the hearing. i could see you in the foreground so let's take a look. >> did you enjoy meeting me? [laughter] >> i hope you were as much fun
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on that dias as you were on that couch. >> well. [laughter] may i rephrase that sir? >> please. steve: al franken was funny. >> he is i like him. it really wasn't going to go. >> it was his face, right? when he set it off, i thingerred and then my brother was sitting next to me. shout out to my brother morgan i love you. i'm supposed to do that anyway. sorry. it brought levity to the room. okay? steve: the room needed some. >> absolutely. it was tense in there he did a great job during the whole thing. so, it actually worked out well. brian: i think he is going to get the nomination because there was not much controversy to come out of that if he doesn't get the nomination you know who those people are and you will go after them. >> absolutely. steve: he is kidding. ainsley: marcus, great to have you here. thank you so much. steve: have a great super
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bowl. >> absolutely. steve: coming up on the rundown this saturday morning we will check back with pancake pete hegseth. is he talking issues and omelets with the voters at the tasttastee diner in bethesda, maryland. brian: texas congressman henry was not one of them. is he. ainsley: good to see you. ♪ don't stop believing ♪ ♪
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concerned with pompeo's answers to surveillance questions during his hearing and political ties that devos has. her confirmation hearing set for the 31st. and pompeo's set for monday. the election is over but the investigation continues. utah congressman jason chaffetz posting this photo on social media of him greeting hillary clinton after the inauguration. he writes, quote: so pleased she is not the president. i thanked her for her service and wished her luck. the investigation continues. chaffetz spearheaded a congressional investigation into clinton's controversial private email server. and those are your headlines. see you shortly. steve, brian and ainsley over to you. president trump issuing a stern warning to the politicians right here in washington. >> politicians who are all talk and no action constantly complaining but never doing anything about it. the time for empty talk is over. now arrives the hour of action.
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steve: from empty talk to empty seats 68 democratic lawmakers vowed to skip yesterday's nomination while many are still refusing to work with president trump. others know there is work that needs to be done. ainsley: texas congressman henry cuellar is a democrat who attended president trump's inauguration and he joins us now. >> good morning. >> so many congressman men and women boycotting this. how did you decide to stay? >> first of all, i don't think it matters if it's a democratic or republican president that's going to be sworn in. i think we need to respect the history, the tha tradition and constitution and need to be part of the process. there are so many other countries jealous or wish think could be like the united states. and i thought it was important to be there peaceful transfer of power. brian: you were quoted saying it's a part of my job and i thought it was too. i have to ask you one of the priorities donald trump no secret building the wall and bringing in border security. is there a way to do that and
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not alienate democrats in texas, like you and arizona and in california. >> there might be some areas that you probably need some barriers that we can literally cross one side to the other. in texas, most of that property is owned by landowners. that is not the government. we believe in private property rights. first of all, can you build the biggest wall that you want to, look at the numbers, 40% of the undocumented persons who came here that are here in the united states, 40% of them came through a legal permanent visa. so you can build the biggest wall and so we have got to be smart on how we secure the border. i'm one of those law and order democrats. i don't want to see chaos or open borders. i want to make sure we do it in a smart way. steve: we will see what donald trump does propose. does your caucus realize that the people of america, whether you are democrat, republican, independent, whatever, want washington to get stuff done in the last four or five years you guys haven't been able to do anything because there has been such intense gridlock. now you have got a guy who is
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a known negotiator who says, you know what? i'm going to work both sides. is your side ready to work with donald trump. >> i think some of us are ready to work with him. i will give him the benefit of the doubt. i disagree with him on some issues. steve: how many don't want to work with limb. >> well, i think we have seen this in the democratic party and on the republican side. quite honestly, if it's a democratic president there are some republicans that won't work. steve: it's a new day, going forward. how many? >> i agree. i don't know. we will find out. when the first proposal comes in, let's see how many some of us want to make sure we get more jobs created in the united states. i want to see the tax reform. i want to make sure we lower corporate taxes. brian: do you? >> yes, i do. >> there is ways that we can do. this i want to make sure our corporations are competitive with other companies across the world. steve: fantastic. all right. >> thank you so much. steve: thanks for stopping by. ainsley: glad you decided to stay and didn't boycott too. that's the right thing to do. steve: thanks for not
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boycotting our show. ainsley: exactly. brian: fierce rivals on the campaign trail. president trump thanked hillary clinton on the inaugural lunch. ed henry here to react to what he saw as a reaction there. steve: look at the maybe blown there. butter biscuit or brown berry, do you think? brian: is that the color? ainsley: pancake pete is chatting with donors at tastee diner. what's going on. >> pete: folks from all 50 states converged to see donald trump sworn in as 50th president. converging on tastee diner. folks from maine, all across the country, we're going to talk to them when we come back ♪ we're going to rock this thing ♪ me and my gang ♪ as the one who's always trapped beneath the duvet,
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♪ ♪ steve: well, at noon yesterday, donald trump was officially sworn in as the 45th president of the united states. so how are the folks feeling about the new commander-in-chief? brian: pete hegseth can tell us and he promises just that. he is at the tastee diner in bethesda, maryland. work the room. >> we are working the room. exciting morning here. a lot of people fired up this morning it is donald trump waking up in the white house. a lot of folks waking up, coming out to share their thoughts about his speech yesterday at the national mall packed and they are packed here at the tastee diner. i'm here with gain, shane, and marcus all from columbus, ohio. pete pete's indiana, how dare i. that's the hometown of mike pence. they drove all the way out for the inaugural. you are a minister. what did you fake away from the speech. >> i appreciated donald
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trump's reminder of the scripture we are a united country. we unite together we will be a much better country working together. >together. pete: interesting contrast to what the press says dark. what do you think of the speech. >> called out congress put the feet to the fire. no more talk we need action. pete: you mentioned america first, great. >> i think it's great. i don't think america exceptionism is a crazy notion. it's common man working every day putting food and money in the bank what they can save and get ahead. i think that's what the whole world desires. pete: columbus, indiana. i will not get that wrong. all right. we get the great folks from michigan here, beth, cheryl, and tim. you came in fort inauguration. beth, what did you think of it. >> i thought it was great. i felt like we are going to see a lot of changes. is he going to follow through what he has been telling us he is going to do since 2015. so i'm excited. pete: said he is going to roll
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up his sleeves no talk more action mpletsd i have five kids and grandchildren. i want hope. future for our kids, jobs. opportunities. pete: you have a daughter at the university of michigan, right? who is not a snowflake. >> not a snowflake. pete: raising them right in michigan. i love it what did you think of the speech? >> consistent message from start to finish. all about us and not about them. all about the people. and a solid message. he didn't care what other people thought. he did it his way and he did it for the people. pete: you heard it. all about the people and with the people. such a festive mood out here. excited getting a pulse of what the people thought about the speech. back to you guys. steve: all right. pete. thank you very much. brian: that's what the people think. now we are actually in the final hour. time to find out what sean hannity thinks and what pastor robert jeffries thinks. all with more surprises. that's exactly what they look like. ♪ there is a bar in far bombay ♪ come on and fly with me
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>> frank sinatra sang it. >> it's a good idea to go to church the next day, right, brian? >> absolutely and the man who is in this house chose this song to dance to. >> he did last night, he won it his way. and, ainsley, your point the president is going to church one hour from right now, he will be at the 58th annual presidential inaugural prayer service, which is up at the washington national cathedral.
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it's the -- a cathedral, the 6th largest cathedral in the world. the president and his wife melania will be seated in the front row. this is something that they do every time a new president is nothing rated. they go up to wisconsin avenue to do some praying. >> is he worried if he continues to wait that he's not going to be able to get a seat? because on a big day like this -- >> so he does have a seat? >> you know what? one of the other person who has the seat. someone outside is carl cameron. he's live right now at the washington national cathedral. tell us about this thing that we do every time we get a new president, carl. >> good morning, guys. and don't let anybody get the impression that i'm not allowed to go in. being the political reporter. the ceremony starts at an hour, as you say, and this is a ceremony that has happened on every day after a presidential election since
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the very beginning. it goes back to george washington's presidency. so it is a very important transition, and it's meant to evolve around national unity. so today a lot of what will be talked is appreciation and prayer service. it's an interfaith ceremony so there will be a catholic priest here, a jewish rabbi, and there will be a muslim. all who will take place trying to illustrate the interfaith unite message that this is. and it's a busy day for the president. this is actually his second day as president, though, it's not what they've called the official workday. still after services today, they will head over to the central agency agency and meet with the nation's intelligence officers. this is an attempt to speak to people who he was critical of and suspicious of and raise
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doubts about russia's analysis to tamper with the election process and whether or not russia is really a friend. and the difference of opinion the president has had with the intelligence community is pretty well understood. and this is a intelligence meeting to shake hands and say we have to work together. there were two executive orders signed by the president after his inauguration. one goes right to the affordable care act and say all u.s. government agencies should do their best to help constituents who have been overburdened by obamacare, which is to say there is another vehicle for republicans to begin to dismantle the affordable care act, particularly the individual mandate assuming that some constituencies have been overburdened by the fine one pays if you don't join up for obamacare. the other one was a little bit more technical. it essentially frees all regulations so that the obama administration's regulations can be reviewed. that was one of the things that candidate donald trump promised to do. to essentially do a full
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review of all federal regulations and freeze the perfect pechation of anymore. there are a lot of additional executive orders expected to come on monday. and when the president on monday begins to do that, he will have only two members of his cabinet actually confirmed by the u.s. senate. last night, two pieces of his national security team were put in place. first of all, general george mattis is now the secretary of defense. he was confirmed last night after getting the waiver for having not been out of service for the required seven years. he's only been out three. so now he is. there is also general john kelly who will be running dhs. botches two men are former marines and both of them were heads of the central command in florida. lots of experience. one other left is cia, mike, the congressman, he is going to be debated on monday and likely passed. but we do expect the president to go to cia today anywhere. it was hoped that he could confirm and square isn' swear
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him in today. >> carl, i heard it got kind of rough today that ron widen really did you go in and all about mike's refusal to dig himself to not revisiting our interrogation tactics. how rough was it on inauguration day? >> not that rough really. the -- for an inauguration, the democrats are still trying to hold their ground, trying to back down some of the trump administration's plans. but inauguration days are not supposed to be about this type of partisanship. democrats have tried to slow down at least two nominees. particularly betsy devos for education and possibly tom price for health and human services. both of them had hearings in the last couple of weeks and democrats have made it clear that they're sort of targeting those two in order to slow them down.
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but next week i think you can expect a number of cabinet secretaries to be finally confirmed by the senate. right now, it's just two. he's nominated 28. there are 660 more that he has to nominate. >> wow. carl cameron live at the national cathedral here in washington. the president will be there within the hour and when he arrives, we will show you him watching. >> waking up for the first time in his life as president of the united states, he was here last night giving his inaugural address. in case you've missed it, you can't watch it enough, i've seen it four or five times. it's such a great speech. he talked about draining the swamp, he talks about rebuilding america, and he talks about the forgotten man. listen. >> from this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. from this day forward, it's going to be only america
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first. america first. protection will lead to great prosperity and strength. i will fight for you with every breathe in my body, and i will never, ever let you down. america will start winning again. america will start winning again. we will reinforce all the alliances and form new ones. and unite the civilized world against radical islamic terrorism. which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth. the bible tells us how good and pleasant it is when god's people live together in unity. we must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity.
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when america is united, america is totally unstoppable. there should be no fear. we are protected, and we will always be protected. we will be protected by the great men and women of our military and law enforcement. and most importantly, we will be protected by god. it's time to remember that old wisdom our soldiers will never forget that whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots. we all enjoy the same glorious freedoms, and we all solute the same great american flag. together, we will make america strong again. we will make america wealthy again. we will make america proud again.
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we will make america safe again. and, yes, together we will make america great again. thank you. god bless you. and god bless america. >> i was on the capitol grounds for the inauguration and during his famous last night make america great again, we could tell. he was telegraphing it's going to be make america great again. and the entire crowd in unison was right there mouthing the same words with him. >> it's always interesting to see the reaction of the crowds. they booed chuck schumer. >> oh, big time. >> and then i heard they were chanting lock her up. >> i heard a couple of those. a couple of those, indeed. >> well, one thing i despise is when they booed george bush eight years ago. and a lot of people were chanting trump when barack obama went out. it's a little bit much like you're at a stadium not chanting for the other time.
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i think i would love to see cheering for former presidents, even the one you might not have voted for. >> right. >> when chuck schumer made his very pointed comments and the crowd started boog, they booed for about a minute and then they were going we want trump. for about a minute. >> waited a long time for him to talk. not you. >> so we asked you what you thought about the speech because mainstream media, legacy newspapers say in many cases it was a dark day for america. what do you think? guilty we got a lot of e-mails. >> yeah. that's right. we got an e-mail fro fromdemocrat and says this is my best speeches, the approach that brought mr. trump to power. >> the president made me believe that he had my back. in fact, those were the wonders exactly. >> tom e-mailed us. president trump's speech was all trump. he put it right on the line
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and told it like it is. >> so one thing is pretty clear. supported donald trump and said this is exactly what i was looking for and others are looking for a different kind of speech. maybe a speech that would come from barack obama or a bush or a clinton. but this is a different kind of candidate. and i could not believe one thing the other outlets had in common. they all seem to dislike it. distinctly and starkly. listen. >> i think it's fair to say this is one of the most radical inaugural speeches we've ever heard. >> when he is today america first, it was not just a racial -- i shouldn't say racial, the hitler background to it. >> i have to say it was surprisingly divisive for an inaugural address. that was not the kind of inaugural address to bring this country together. >> it carries from the 1930s when an antisemantic movement saying we don't want to get
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involved in the german war. it's the jews problem in germany. >> is that unbelievable? didn't do this or didn't do that. it's insulting. insulting to the people who liked it. insulting for the people who voted for him. that's donald trump. >> yeah. but for the last year when the mainstream media described donald trump, he's a racist, he's a bigot, that is the kind of coverage you expect from a columnist and people who editorialize on television. and the other guy not hillary clinton won. >> yeah. you don't have to watch the networks you don't want to. everyone has a different opinion. geraldo -- >> well, the conservative like george will said it was the worst speech he has ever heard. >> well, he hates donald trump. >> all right. that's his opinion. >> right. >> meanwhile that's donald trump being donald trump. and for the people who didn't vote for donald trump, you're not going to understand why
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other people liked it, and you still don't. it's going to be a long four years for you. still ahead. pancake pete is still going strong despite the nickname he has not embraced. we'll check back in with him in gibbet. >> now he is our coffee correspondent because he's pouring the coffee. plus henry is getting his caffeine fix. ed is with us coming up. half and half, please, heavyweight has but up next, president trump promising big change in his inaugural address. >> we are transferring power from washington d.c. and giving it back to you, the people. . >> all right. lee is going to get some coffee with ed first. but then she's going to come up stairs. >> the coffee dial.
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. >> all right. this morning the people are coming loud and clear. what do americans think of president trump's inaugural address? >> here is lee carter. good morning to you, lee. >> good morning. >> let's start with what he said about giving back to america. should we play it, and then wee talk about it. >> yeah. good. >> watch the dials. >> today's ceremony, however, has very special meaning because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another, or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from washington d.c. and giving it back to you the people. >> so that was his theme. >> that was his theme.
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giving it back to people. the republicans thought he gave an a-plus. and even the democrats gave. a horrible speech. you were just talking about some of the comments that were out there. >> right. >> it is not what the voters said or responded. they really are excited about a new day in washington d.c. even democrats. >> and as we watch the next sound byte, look how close the yellow line is, especially independents, to the red line, the republicans because those are the independents and the republicans on the same page. that's how he got elected with things like america. unstoppable. watch this. >> survival tells us how good and pleasant it is when god's people live together in unity. we must speak our minds openly, debate our disagreements honestly, but always pursue solidarity. when america is united, america is totally
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unstoppable. >> there they are. >> so the gop, david. >> the gop are given an a and even the democrats gave us a c. it was a message that was unifying. all people could agree on and really, it worked. >> the people behind him, who are all politicians. >> that's right. that's right. >> so he also talked about equality. people said where is the inclusiveness? this is his attempt at inclusiveness. tell me if it worked. >> it's time to remember that old wisdom our soldiers will never forget that whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots. and whether a child is born in the urban sprawl of detroit or the wind-swept plains of nebraska, they look up at the same night sky, they build their heart with the same dreams, and they are infused
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with the breath of life by the same almighty creator. >> so you can see the republicans gave this an a-plus. independents a minus, and democrats c plus. it's what people are hungry about. we have been a divided country now. it has been a really rough process and people want us to come back together, and you can see it happen across the aisle. >> i love the line about the night sky. we look at the same sky. >> no more prognostication, it's going to be action, and that started today and tomorrow. >> it started last night. >> yeah. look what's coming up straight ahead. how do you say this guy's name? >> sean handity. >> he should get out more. >> going to join us in ten minutes. >> and then mainstream media donald trump moved this from the oval office. but this tells us a big story. is it the media that has the twitter problem?
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ainsley: good morning. welcome back. some quick-breaking headlines at this hour. we begin with a fox news alert. you're taking a look at live pictures of protesters gathered in the nation's capitol for today's women's march on washington. last night, some of the other protests turned violent. a 32-year-old is in critical condition after being shot in washington state. clashes with police in port lapped. more than 200 arrested in washington. a tornado ripping through a small town mississippi killing
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at least four people. school badly damaged in the storm's wake. we just got off the phone with one student who had to barricade himself behind the door as the sirens rang out. listen. >> i could see it shaking violently, and then i heard glass break in front of me. and when we opened the door a few minutes later, a two-by-four is sticking through that window. >> well, police are going door by door to check for the injured as people are reportedly trapped in their home. incredible video showing rescuers pulling four more survivors from that italian hotel buried by the avalanche. so far nine people have been found since that resort was slammed with snow earlier this week. that's it for your headlines. steve, ryan, ainsley, back over to you. ainsley: thank you, heather. just hours, president trump keeps tweeting to get around the dismantle media.
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>> should i keep the twitter or not? keep it going? i think so. i think so. you know, the enemies keep saying, oh, that's terrible. but, you know, it's a way of bypassing dishonest media; right? steve: well, it turns out we may already have an example of why he wants to keep tweeting. we're talking about that dishonest media, perhaps? brian: yeah, take a close shot of this guy. fox news chief national correspondent ed henry. >> dishonest reporter. >> no. i'm just saying that you picked something up that's under donald trump's skin. >> donald trump after the parade and everything calls the media in for the first time in the oval office, he's behind the desk, signs some executive orders, and some reporters he noticed things. new curtains in there.
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and the churchill bust was back. now, this was silly in some ways but serious because the obama white house misled the public and charles who first pointed this out a few years ago that there was a bust of winston churchill in the oval office there when george w. bush was office and i think early in the obama times, and then it was taken out. the obama white house said it was not taken out. they later had to apologize and said, yes, we took churchill out despite talk with a special nation with britain. last night a reporter noises he thinks there's no mlk bust in the oval office that barack obama brought in. this is a big story because it's four days after the hero's birthday. >> that's right. he took out mlk and put in churchill. >> he brought in churchill, the white guy, and he hates mlk so he didn't bring him in. and there are dozens of reporters retweeting this saying donald trump took the mlk bust out. >> how dare he. >> guess what?
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john spicer posted a photo on twitter. >> let's see. >> oh, my gosh that is the mlk bust. now, the reporter who saw this first, i know him. i respect him. zeek miller. time magazine. he says there's a door there that must have been blocking it and a secret service agent. i can't say what happened. but it is embarrassing and once i said it was coming on here a few minutes ago, this reporter at serious xm said you know this was not a big deal because it was in the poll report. you can't fit 400 reporters into the oval office. so a small number go in, you write up that report, and usually that you take information as gold. if a poll report says that there's a bottle of dear spark springs water on that, you take that as a meaningless little fact. we don't need 400 reporters in there. but if you want a, quote, unquote, fact that turns out to be false that, oh, the president must be racist, oh, the president -- brian: but, ed, you know the media is just looking for the
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bad trump story. there's -- maybe there's a little whisper right over there. let's run with it. let's get the facts. how about that? and, yes, zeek miller, i mentioned him. i'm not going to beat him up. he admitted it was a mistake. he tweeted that multiple times. he feels bad about it. people make mistakes. i've gotten stories wrong. i'm not perfect. but reporters on day one of a new administration when it wasn't just, you know, an -- brian: it's bad. >> on the parade route yesterday there were signs saying donald trump is a racist. check the facts. brian: very interesting at the luncheon, it looked as, though, donald trump to mention his vanquish foe and her husband. let's listen. >> i was very honored. very honored when i heard that president bill clinton and secretary hillary clinton was coming today, and i think it's appropriate to say. and i would like you to stand up. i would like you to stand up. [applause]
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and honestly, there's nothing more than i can say because i have a lot of respect for those two people. so thank you, all, for being here. >> classy. it's actually a classy, nice moment. i think the context is there were some democrats griping immediately after the inaugural address that the president did not mention hillary clinton who was sitting there. look, you can argue that one all day as well. do you bring more attention to the idea that you beat her and she's sitting right there. some critics would have said he's rubbing her nose in it. he did it. but i think the broader point is this is a dance that donald trump is going to be doing. he gives an inauguration address that rips off the both bars. i didn't get elected to to work with all of guys, i came here to shake things up, rip it to pieces, and go in a new
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direction. ainsley: it's almost i hate the direction. but then he attacks what happened at the end. >> he goes to the lunch, and he has to work with these leaders. he says i respect the clintons. ainsley: exactly. >> so i think he has to do a little bit of both. two boxers beat each other up in 12 rounds and hug in the end. ainsley: you have to box first. who would win? >> absolutely. you're not going to believe my hand speed. meanwhile. ainsley: do this to him. he flexes. >> he's surprisingly strong. ainsley: you're going to be very scared. >> we're all going to get fired. ainsley: coming up sean handity is going to join us in a few minutes. >> he's got a nickname pancake pete. right, pete? >> i've already eaten my pancakes, so i have bacon here. we know what the feeling new york times has been saying about yesterday's speech. but what do folks from atlanta, pittsburgh, and ohio. what do they make of it?
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we're going to talk to them at the diner and get their take on what they heard from the new president. exciting morning on fox and friends. now back to the bacon.
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>> all right. you're looking live at wisconsin avenue from where we're sitting the national cathedral here in washington d.c. coming up very shortly at the top of the hour, it will be
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the 58th presidential inaugural prayer breakfast -- prayer session. and speaking of sessions, in the front row we have jeff sessions, tom price, ben carson, all members of the incoming president's cabinet. >> yeah. and all of them are going to have an anxious this week to find out if they're actually going to get confirmed and how much turbulence will actually take place. speaking of turbulence, sometimes when sean hannity. >> there's some kind of turbulence on the set with sean hannity because you take people on, but you're still friendly; right? >> sometimes not. ainsley: does not shy away from controversy. in fact, he's trying to get over here, and you're saying you're running late because there's this march. all of these women. >> all of these women. so i got out of the car and a woman spotted me and then all of a sudden the big crowd comes. brian: your fans? >> yeah. i sent them here to march with you. they said really? really? and i said no. why do they kick out the women
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that are pro-life in this march? ainsley: what did they say? >> i didn't ask them. ainsley: i like the controversy. >> . steve: it's an inclusive march as long as you have their side. >> exactly. steve: so you're here in the nation's capitol because yesterday at high noon donald trump became the 45th president of the united states. what did you think about it? >> you know, if you look at the entire story, my take, very simple. nobody thought this man can do it. and what i admire the most about him it is he is fearless, he's courageous, he doesn't necessarily listen to everybody. but he has great instinct. why are you laughing? u. he doesn't listen you mean everybody. >> everything i've discovered is this guy is a constant negotiator. the quintessential negotiator. and to watch the people, the little snowflake super storm that we have going on in the city and people needing crayons and canals and coloring books and legos.
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do you have legos on the set of fox? >> no. >> to see that he was able to overcome a republican establishment that hated him, a democratic establishment and besides fox news, a colluding news media with hillary clinton. a fantastic story. this election will be studied for hundreds of years. steve: what you said is very interesting. he doesn't listen to people. he doesn't listen to everybody. want to point out the two or three most 9-1-1 people around him. who would then? >> you have to look at his family. have a lot of influence on him. definitely no doubt steve bannon and reince priebus. i think kellyanne has a special relationship where he listens to her. but especially throughout the years with all of his business dealings, he wants great ideas. and if it's a good idea, let's go with that idea. i don't think it's who is
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right but what is right. steve: sure but he also wants free press because if people write stuff in the media that are not true. >> we were at the freedom ball and it was pretty amazing. at one point he said should i keep my twitter account? ainsley: i know. we've been playing that sound byte. mainstream media is basically based in new york city. and new yorkers, californians, they still haven't gotten it. they haven't gotten that middle america want a donald trump. and finally the forgotten man is being remembered. >> it's so funny you say that because there's a painting. a guy by the name of john, who is known for his political and religious paintings. his signature work is called the forgotten man. the day after election day. and i think actually on election night, i said this was the forgotten man, forgotten woman election. and the reason i say that, and i spent an entire year every day giving out the same statistics. 95million americans out of work. 13million more americans on food stamps. 8million more in poverty.
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lowest home ownership rate in four years. real americans, which donald trump touched on in his speech yesterday, real americans, real suffering, if they don't succeed, we're not succeeding. brian: cut unemployment in half and look at how many people we have gotten -- we've added jobs. however, america spoke. they saw the one stat, and they saw your stat. >> but we didn't lose jobs. we have more people -- we don't count the people that are chronically unemployed. brian: you had your stats and donald trump went with your stats. and america spoke up, and they said those are the real stats because that's what affected me most. >> agreed. brian: and those are the people that watch fox news, to be honest. >> it's more than that. just americans saw this didn't work. and in the process of bad economic plan, well, you can add to that that we obama taking on more debt than every other president before him combined. and then you look in foreign
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policy. isis is not the jv team. they're not contained. iraq, afghanistan, benghazi, north africa, libya, the entire middle east, the russian reset, a relationship with china. we the country has been in a precipitous, dramatic decline. >> sure. >> what i like about his agenda and why i am very hopeful this morning where i was not before or after election day. if he does the things he's going to do, it's going to have to have originalists on the court. we need to vet these refugees. we have to build a wall. obamacare's been a disaster. lowering the corporate tax rate to 15% will incentivize corporations to bring their money here. >> right. but, you know, some -- >> energy independents. >> thank you very much. rick perry's going to help him with that. you know there have been a number of people who have said, well, his speech yesterday was like a campaign speech. but of course that's the speech that people who like donald trump. >> they wanted him to change? expect got to washington and within 15 minutes.
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steve: but here's the thing. he's still in campaign mode because he needs congress to advance his agenda. he needs democrats to help him. but he needs a lot of republicans who up until now haven't liked him. >> well, i think republicans leading into this election, starting in 2010 they were put in power in the house. 2014, they got the senate. two specific promises they broke. if they break trust this time with the american people, they will be gone. steve: what do you mean this time? >> in other words, they said they would repeal and replace obamacare but they wouldn't use their constitutional authority of the press. they said they would stop executive amnesty. they didn't do that in 2014. ainsley: are you in hog heaven? because everywhere you go there are republicans everywhere. conservatives. >> my voice is shot, which isn't good for my business but this was pretty special because i got to meet all those people. brian and i were talking about. steve: they don't leave here. >> they don't leave here. i bought the painting. i bought the original. steve: oh, you did?
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>> i thought about giving it to donald trump but it does have obama stepping and stomping on the constitution, which i believe he did. >> and, by the way, nobody talks about this. he has a key to your house; right? >> he always has a key to my house. i'm going to give steve and ainsley a key. i'm not going to give you a key. brian: that is hurtful. ainsley: and the tuxedo last night. >> oh, did you see it? brian: saw it on tmz. >> oh, you caught my genes. well, i feel like i'm in my own living room. i watch you guys in bed every morning. steve: that's fantastic. brian: i don't want to know about that image. steve: all right. coming up on this saturday morning, it's the best nickname of the morning. pancake pete. we're going to check back in with had him at the diner in bethesda where he's having bacon. ainsley: the president about to wrap the national prayer service. any moment from now will be there as well, and he's going
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>> it is a new day in america, and we are getting america's reaction. steve: well, we're not. actually pancake pete is live in diner in bethesda where he is our bacon buddy. ainsley: pancake pete, how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. we're excited. it has been an awesome morning here. a lot of folks just as excited as many people were watching yesterday with donald trump taking the oath of office and becoming our president. and flocking from across the country not just to the mall but to the tasty diner. i'm here with phil all drove from atlanta. "the new york times," another left-wing media outlets are calling it a grim speech or dark vision. that's what they say americans heard. what did you hear from
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mr. trump? >> what i heard from mr. trump is that he inspired me because i'm one of the forgotten men since the 1980s. he inspired me to where i need to be at today. and i enjoyed it. and i think everybody across the world needs to take the same message and run with it. it's not fair for everybody in the world to be downgraded. >> jana, how about you? >> my favorite part is when he said he would fight for us with every last breath of his body. >> and inspire as well. >> i'm exmilitary, and i really felt like he spoke to me because i'm a veteran and veterans have been kicked to the curb for the last 20 years. >> absolutely. >> and no one has helped us. and i really felt like mr. trump spoke to me, and it really inspired me. i really feel like i have hope now. and i slept good for the first night in my life in about 25 years. >> well, i would say that's an inspiring message.
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i hope mr. trump and the first lady spoke well in their first night in the white house as well. we're going to talk to phil from fa, but we don't have time. too many good comments in the diner here this morning. wish you could be here. ainsley: we would love to hear from them but give them our best. steve: thank you very much, pancake pete. we have breaking news. the national prayer is about to take place at the national cathedral. there are some of the components. we believe that could be the suburb transporting the vice president of the united states. and also our nice guest will be there. ainsley: joins us live on the set before you head over to the national cathedral. >> good to see you. steve: how are you? >> thank you. my insurance rates are probably gonna double. but dad, you've got... ...allstate. with accident forgiveness they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident.
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steve: fox news alert and breaking right now a live look outside the washington national cathedral in northwest washington where the president and vice president are about to arrive for the 58th inaugural prayer service. this is something they do after every inauguration the next day. ainsley: the pastor who gave president trump a private sermon before the inauguration day will also be there. he joins us now. you were telling us what you preached about. and it's pretty fascinating. tell the audience. >> well, yesterday i compared if the president trump to another great leader 2,500 years ago that god chose to rescore the nation of israel. interestingly he didn't choose a politician or a priest or a pastor. he chose a builder named nehemiah and told him his first assignment was to build
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a great wall around jerusalem. trump started laughing at that. but it's true. and i pointed out the reasons that god blessed nehemia's efforts, so i think god has raised up another great leader. donald j. trump. brian: pastor, as much as he believes in this and has great confidence. at some point do you look at this and say how does this happen? has someone put me in this place? >> well, it's interesting, brian. exactly a year ago this weekend, i was flying around iowa with president trump. it was before the first caucus or primary, and i said to him, i believe you're going to be the next president of the united states. and if that happens, it's because god has raised you up for a great purpose, and that's exactly what has happened. steve: look at that. >> so i really believe that was god. it was a god thing. brian: does he believe it? >> yes. i believe -- i would not see he believes it in the same way i do. he would never have the hubers to say god put me here.
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but i can say that happen based on scripture in the bible says god lifts up leaders and removes leaders. >> in the national prayer service, it's interesting because i remember george w. bush talking about one of the things he was struck by shortly after he became president was he was talking to the people, americans, and he didn't realize how many people were praying for him. >> yes. >> and so many people across the country and around the world. in fact, the pope actually sent the new president of good luck note yesterday. there are a lot of people praying for this president. >> and he is aware of that. i talked to him two weeks ago in trump tower. he is grateful of the prayer of all americans. and isn't it interesting that donald trump's inauguration has had the most prayers of any inauguration in history, and that's why i say the secular billionaire from new york city is going to end up being the faith-friendly president we've ever had. ainsley: what was your reaction to the mainstream media annihilating you about traditional marriage at a baptist church?
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>> it was that kind of that thing got donald trump elected. the mainstream liberal press, conservative christians are the last speed bump that have to be eliminated before we have a godless society. so they take it out of context, they demonize us saying if you believe -- and traditional marriage you have to be a homophone. if you don't believe that women should going to g in women's restrooms, you're a bigot. if you don't believe the life of the unborn, you hate women. the american people are sick of that, and i think that's why christians related together. brian: pastor, stick around. we're going to go back out to the prayer service and are wrap things up if that's okay to you. >> oh, i would love to. brian: back in a moment with more fox and friends
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i discovered a woman my family tree, named marianne gaspard. 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. . >> okay. that's the front face of the national ca
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cathedral here in washington d.c. the 58th inaugural prayer service is going to start in just moments. ainsley: all right. someone who needs some prayers. brian. steve: what happened? ainsley: he has been replaced. >> what happen? brian: sean i wanted seat, so brian gets the only chair left. >> welcome, everybody, i'm neil cavuto and all eyes on washington d.c. and the new president of the united states. donald trump minutes from now he's expected at the national cathedral, this national prayer service as being called. all the nominations being presented is an opportunity for mr. trump to bridge the gap and reach the country. and to thank the lord. thank those who made it possible for him to be here today and also be reminded of the awesome responsibilities he takes on today. it will be a very busy day for president trump, besides this service going on not too far

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