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♪ ♪ clayton: coldplay to wake you up. good morning, you're watching "fox & friends first", i'm clayton morris. heather: thank you so much for starting your day and your week was. we begin with president trump, doubling down and defending ing saying that the top priority is protecting americans. the president also firing back at democrats and members of its own party by bipartisan backlash good morning, grif. >> good morning, heather and clayton. amid those protests across the
country, democrats wasted to time attacking and senator chuck schumer blasted the administration. >> we are say nothing to misguided executive orders because they are bad for america and bad for our national security, bad for the humanitarian nature that america has always been. this order against what america has always been about. the orders make us less humanitarian, less safe, less american. >> but president trump defended order and began pushing back on critics and the way it's being interpreted. senior adviser kellyanne conway taking to the sunday show saying this is a muslim ban.
>> nos a nonsense that it's a muslim ban. it's preventing terrorists from this country, countries that have recent history of training and his or her boring terrorists. >> not all republicans agree. senator bob corker of tennessee saying this statement yesterday, we all share desire to protect the american people but this executive order has been poorly implemented with respect to green card holders, the administration should make revisions and it is my hope that following thorough review and implementation of security enhancements that many of the programs will be improved and reinstated. heather and clayton, the administration also faces comments from democrats. clayton: the screen that we had was donald trump over the weekend.
you were reading a statement from bob corker. heather: thank you. white house press secretary sean spicer slamming the protests to the president saying that donald trump will not apologize for delivering on his promises. >> the criticism that's coming is from someone who has gotten into office, hit the ground running, had a flurry of activity to do exactly what he said he was going to do. whether it's bringing back jobs, fighting for american taxpayers and cuts the costs and waste out of government programs, doing what he said overseas. he's not going to apologize for putting the safety of this country first and foremost. clayton: critics lash on immigration freeze and many are looking at more drastic move by the obama administration. 6-month free during hillary clinton's time. the haul issued after two al-qaeda operatives were found living in kentucky after having come to the united states as
refugees. their arrests revealed in 2013 after fbi investigators found, quote, needle in a hay stack, fingerprint on an ied, both admitting to targeting troops. heather: protestors turning violent overnight, attacking a president trump supporter. [shouting] clayton: live at jfk airport where she's been all weekend long with own it have the latest on the tensions there. heather: good morning. >> good morning, we are hearing anywhere between one and six travelers still being detained here at jfk at terminal 4 behind me. another reason why the numbers have been little vague over the weekend and specially this morning is because once travelers come in and they're being detained and questioned,
they get their cell phones taken away. the only chance that these lawyers that have been waiting out and the family members who have been waiting have of hearing what's going on is if those travelers are being allowed to use, say, the office phone and they're only being allowed to use those here and there, that's why the numbers are a little bit vague. you see the video of the protest action yesterday, battery park, new york city, downtown, lots of folks showing up. it's just one of the reasons why we have seen large numbers of protestors around the country. people very upset as to how this is being handled. thousands of people turned out to voice opposition to president trump executive order which restricts the entry into the united states from seven muslim-dominated countries. after seeing the large protests and grif and other reports, yesterday the white house issued a statement clarifying clarifyir saying this is not a muslim ban as some people are calling it
but instead this is about terror and keeping the country safe. now, over the weekend a slow trickle of release travelers emerged to worried loved ones who in some cases had been waiting days to find out if their family members would be deported. now new york governor andrew cuomo is saying that his office is doing everything it can to help people and travelers get through the situation and manage the new set of circumstances. >> we have directed the port authority and my council's office to make sure that we are protecting the legal rights of any person detained at any of our airports, period. >> and donees of volunteer lawyers have been standing by inside the terminal to office legal assistance to those being detained, filing all the legal paper to help those being held from being deported. right here at jfk terminal four, we have more international
flights expect today land today. the team of volunteered lawyers standing by ready to assist. we have another morning at jfk. clayton: we appreciate it. heather: from my understanding the islamic faith is not mentioned in any form in the executive order. >> everyone in airports that belong in my america, we love you and we welcome you. [cheers and applause] >> we also welcome you to the 23rd annual screen award. >> hollywood descending and a night mom dated -- nominated.
>> repel bullies, we will shelter freaks and outcasts those who have no home and we are at a loss amidst the hypocrisy and casual violence of certain individuals an institutions we will punch some people in the face. >> trashing the trump administration. >> i'm an american patriot and because i love this country, i am horrified by his blemishes, the immigrant ban is a blemish. >> i would like to make a plea for everyone that they can, nay money they have to spare, please donate to aclu. >> in these times all their words or phrase might be perceived as alternative facts or yet fake news. >> brian who took on award for portrayal of lyndon b. johnson
in hbo's all the way changed the tone. >> i'm often asked, how would lyndon johnson think about donald trump, i honestly feel that 36 would put his arm around 45 and earnestly wish him success. >> and still no response from the white house, but we will continue to monitor a fallout if any if the good morning goes on, heather and clayton. heather: thank you, ha. clayton: is it fair or does it go too far. heather: those comments already coming in. the time now nine minutes until the top of the hour and playing panic, the airline scrambling to get backseat on track, how it could impact you if you're flying out. clayton: state now giving drug
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clayton: welcome back, fox news alert. a gunman opened fire as a quebec city mosque. the gunmen had masks and shouted as they shot people in the middle of the evening prayers. right now two suspects are under arrest. the terrorist attack against muslims. motives still unknown. back here in the u.s. police stepping up patrols on new york city mosques and other houses of worship. heather: just hours from now the
suspect in ft. lauderdale airport will be arraigned in 22 charges. esteban santiago is accused of killing people and santiago contacted the fbi saying that he had been having, quote, they aristic thoughts linking to isis. he is face-to-face -- facing the death penalty. clayton: president trump said he could expect to pick thursday that the short list is down to three federal appeals court judges to fill scalia's vacancy. heather: travel chaos for hours canceling 150 flights nationwide, the system is back up and running but dozens of delays filling into the morning as airlines work to try to get
back on schedule. all this comes just a week after united airlines suffered a similar computer problem. seems to be happening, more and more frequently. clayton: computer system can send shock wave and is can bad weather but quiet weather. heather: janice dean. janice: good morning, clayton, heather, feels like wintertime. 31 in kansas city. 50 in dallas, cool across the rockies. let's take a look at the radar. as mentioned fairly quiet. we do have a couple of fast-moving systems in the midwest and great lakes towards the mideast. we are not talking about a huge storm. we could see fall totals east of the great lakes and downwind and otherwise we are not going to be dealing with too much of a problem.
it is wintertime. we do typically see snow in the areas. it's kind of nuisance snow. anywhere from 3 to 6-inches of snow, we should see a rain along the coast. too warm for snow although we could see snow furrilies. it'll be warm across the south. cooler across the great lakes, northeast and midwest and tuesday and wednesday we will start to moderate, another plunge air from canada on thursday and friday and temperatures start to moderate a little bit. west remains fairly quiet. northwest, system move in, as far as california, quiet weather. clayton, heather back to you. clayton: it was all red, now it's almost all gone. heather: thanks, janice.
new miss universe is. >> this has to be right. let's not let this happen again. france. [cheers and applause] clayton: france, we have all the votes in from mars from miss universe, steve harvey getting it right. crowning iris as miss universe, the host not careful not to relive this disaster. >> i have to apologize, the first runner-up is colombia. miss universe 2015 is philippines. [cheers and applause] heather: that was last year, but this year a 23-year-old dental student is the winner and she's the first miss universe from france in 64 years. clayton: she's a dental student. heather: i think she does. clayton: i'm thinking about changing dentist soon.
paramedics rushing the actor from his london home to nearby hospital. banderas expected to be okay saying that he had an episode. well, the star recently telling the uk newspapers, he gave up the partying lifestyle for more secluded life in the woods. clayton: flu reaching epidemics across the country. according to new report cdc, widespread activity, ten of the states including, new jersey, louisiana, oklahoma. seems like everyone around here is sick. officials say there is still time to go out there and get a flu shot. heather: star backseat ceo hitting back at donald trump's executive order on extreme vetting vowing to hire 10,000 refugees. clayton: good morning, cheryl. cheryl: howard schultz was a big supporter of hillary clinton and
once of the controversy erupted over the weekend, not only was the company going to hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years but they would look to particularly those hire those that were interpreters and worked with troops overseas. we will neither standby or stand silent as the uncertainty of the new administration's in each passing day. by the united nations we are developing plans to hire 10,000 of them. that's what the ceo of starbucks is saying, we should also say that he made a comment that civility was under attack and also supporting growers in méxico whether that's through jobs or funding, that's unclear. clayton: he had a big veterans program hiring veterans. what about uber in hot water over what's going on at jfk over the immigration ban. cheryl: yeah. ceo was one of the people that
was going to meet with donald trump, talk about technology, but they turned off surge pricing at jfk on saturday night and at the same time you had the taxi union saying that they were going to boycott and stop driving during the same time frame saturday night. you have uber stepping in to help passengers at jfk even though it had nothing to do with the protests while the union drivers are saying we are not going to participate and pick up anybody. it was a bit of a mess. the ceo is going to be working and reach out to donald trump. a #delete uber trending and people are angry that he's even getting close to the president right now. heather: a big game coming up and tickets apparently dropping, the prices? cheryl: you and i were there last year, remember how crazy ticket prices were? toward the end of the year they started to drop, think think
that could patriots fan fatigue, another super bowl with tom brady in it, whatever. we are watching the prices, at this point the cheapest seat 2500 and the most expensive 15,000 and change at the goal line. heather: i'm not a brady fan. clayton: i used to do the breakfast shift at mcdonalds when i was dprowing up and you brought mcdonalds food because mcdonalds sauce, what is this about? >> they give away 10,000 bottles on ebay on thursday, all of it is gone. it's being auctioned on ebay. i got a hold of the sauce because i'm just so dedicated to "fox & friends first" and i also got a hold to have big mac. heather: how much did you pay for it? cheryl: it was a special deal. heather: you went for the bigger one.
thank you. cheryl: the sauce giving away is to celebrate the junior mac, big mac. clayton: soybean oil, relish, corn syrup, salt, calcium, chloride. delicious. i want to make sure you guys are taken care of. cheryl: somehow i ended up with the grand mac. the biggest burger ended up in my hands. clayton: thank goodness we don't have to read anymore news this morning. heather: big mac for breakfast. what did we have last week? the fried chicken chalupa. clayton: at 5:00 in the morning there's nothing like a good cheeseburger.
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and it's empowering anyone to stop a job if something doesn't seem right. at bp, safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. heather: the sun not quite up yet on the east coast but it is coming. good morning to you, you're watching "fox & friends first", i'm heather childers. clayton: you want another big mac? heather: no, thank you. clayton: i'm clayton morris. team trump defending vetting
refugees. heather: bipartisan back bash, good morning, griff. >> good morning, guys, despite the protests, president trump is doubling down restricting travel to the u.s. taking to twitter saying this, quote, our country needs strong borders and extreme vetting now. look what is happening all over europe and, indeed, the world, a horrible mess. he also sent administration officials out in the sunday show circuit pushing back on the dangers the country faces. >> this is a ban on travel, prospective travel from countries trying to prevent terrorists in this country from countries that have a recent history of training and exporting and harboring terrorists. >> team trump is facing backlash from fellow republicans, bob
corker said we all share a desire to help the american people but this has been poorly implemented specially with respect to green card holders. democrats like chuck schumer became emotional reacting to the orderers. >> we are saying no to misguided executive orderers because they are bad for america, bad for our national security and bad for the humanitarian nature that america has always been. these orders go against what america has always been about. the orders make us less humanitarian, less safe, less american. >> and democrats intend to fight not only in the public square, california senator diane is expect today introduce two bills later today they would curtail
the travel ban and extreme vetting. clayton: live for us in dc, thanks, griff. brand-new video of protests turning violent attacking a president trump supporter, watch. [shouting] [inaudible conversations] clayton: laura with the latest on the tensions, there, good morning, laura. >> when this thing first started on friday night going into saturday, we saw the protests, we are hearing up over 50 people detained just here at jfk, terminal 4. but the numbers have been fluctuating all weekend long as of this morning we are hearing somewhere between one and six people still being detained. the reason why these numbers are in such, you know, fluctuating motion is once the travelers come in, they start to get questioned and extreme vetting takes place, their phones are taken away, they cannot
communicate or call family members, their lawyers, anybody on the outside to tell them what's going on. as of this morning, one from six people. we want to show you some of the video. it was very significant over the weekend specially here at jfk, we had thousands of people show up just to make their voices heard. obviously these people voicing opposition to president trump's executive order which was signed on friday which restricts the entry into the united states of people from 7 muslim dominated countries. now after seeing these large protests yesterday, the white house issued a statement trying to clarify the order saying that this is not a muslim ban as some have been calling, but instead have called this really about a terror and keeping the country safe. over the weekend, a slow trickle of release travelers emerged to worried loved once -- ones, and in some cases people have been
waiting for 30 hours and finding day ifs their family members will be deported. very scary moments for family members. dozen of volunteered lawyers, there's been an army inside to offer legal assistance to those being detained. they are filling out all the legal paperwork, filing it in some cases from keeping those from being deported. listen. >> hopefully we can get to a point in which individuals who are still being detained are released and concerned that there may be new additional cases where individuals are being held and we are hoping that we can expedite and get them released as well under the judge order. >> as some of those being detained are being offered what they call a pretty tough decision to sign a form to withdraw the request for admission to the u.s. or accept deportations which would ban them from returning to the united states for the next five years. more flights expected to arrive here today internationally at
jfk, back to you guys. >> a mess there. heather: thank you, laura. hitting back against bipartisan backlash and protestors saying that extreme vetting is exactly what our country needs. >> any effort to strengthen national security to improve vetting process i think that's all perfectly reasonable and totally legitimate and, in fact, we would expect that of the president. the key is doing it in a way that doesn't risk creating more enemies than threats deters. i know that former senior commanders in iraq and afghanistan are very concerned about this order and what -- the impact it will have on those that helped us in iraq and afghanistan, the interpreters, translators and so on who were
promised safe haven in the united states and now may not get it. clayton: what do you think of president trump's immigration order, is it does it go too far and your responses are pouring? >> there's nothing extreme about keeping americans safe, concerned about those who oppose vetting on terrorists. clayton: let homeland security establish guidelines. heather: i think it's fair, however, those who have permanent green card holders who are in line for citizenship, should be allowed back. clayton: they are being rescreened now. 27 minutes after the hour. leading the charge against the president's new immigration order, take a look. >> it is illegal, it is unconstitutional, it will be overturned! clayton: really? a majority of americans side with the president.
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heather: actually half of americans actually support ban. liberal political contributor for bold media company kathy. thank you both for joining us very early this morning. >> thank you for having us. heather: angela, i will start with you. what's wrong with work to go keep america safe for this period of time until we figure how to implement the extreme vetting? >> shame on on elizabeth warren. it's not unconstitutional. it is not going to be overturn because it is a executive order. officials have said that they don't trust our vetting process of immigrants from these high-risk areas. so president trump is actually living out his campaign promise of making america safer. we have a civil right to have safe access to our streets and not feel like we are going to be terrorized and that's what the terrorists want to do.
the bottom line was it done in a proper way, political way, no. it is a 90-day pause to make sure that we are safe. i don't see a problem with it. heather: kathy, do you see a problem with this for 90 days? >> yes, i do. i don't think this is a partisan issue, this is a humanitarian issue rand those people who care, let's say, more about humanitarian issues than supposed safety that this would provide are going about it all wrong. you have technology companies that are concerned here, universities are concerned, hospitals are concerned. there's so many people affected by this. heather: 90 days for seven countries of which president trump included back in 2011 when he declared that these are countries, these seven specifically were terrorists, more incline to come from, in 2011 he actually banned refugees coming from iraq specifically. why is this different? >> the way this was done.
no one was given proper notice, you had families stranded, separated. >> wait, wait, why would you give proper notice, why would you give proper notice if we are actually testing the system, that's stupid. that's actually -- the 90-day pause, how are you suppose to know how to correct the system if you don't test it. number one. 46 countries, kathy, 46 countries that have been excluded. it's only 7 countries. there are other religious minority that are excluded from this ban, from those seven countries and that's where we come into the religious discrimination, but shame on you, liberals, for actually saying that the president is being discriminatory. >> he said christians would be allowed and given special treatment. >> i just said that -- excuse me. i just said that there were other religious minorities or majorities dealing with --
heather: that would include hindus. >> thank you. heather: do you believe that this is a muslim ban because the president specifically said, he came out and said that that is not the case, that is not what it's about. >> at the same time he said we are going to allow christians to have different treatments. discriminate against muslims -- >> i have not seen a jihovas witness blow up the center. we cannot be politically correct. you, liberals out there, you have freedom of speech but -- heather: we have to go. thank you for joining us. let us know what you think about this and let's keep talking about the vetting refugees. do you think that they should
have the same rights as u.s. citizens, log onto "fox & friends facebook page. steve: who is fanning the flames on this issue. you know him. one of the smartest attorneys in america. trump senior adviser steven miller is in the room when they did the thinking about the policy and the man who created the enhanced interrogation program himself, mr. james mitchell. we are also going to talk about the founder of the muslim reform movement. despite the mainstream media narrative, many muslims actually support donald trump's extreme vetting. we have a busy three-hour show, it starts 14 minutes from now
clayton: welcome back. first of the nation to give addicts a safe place to shoot up. the city green-lighting the controversial plan. the injection sites provide clean needles and access to drugs that can reverse overdoes, critics says this does nothing but promote legal drug use. heather: a 70-year-old teacher forced out of his job for hanging confederate flag for lesson of civil war. the district releasing this statement saying in part we recognize that regardless of context to many of our students,
family and staff, the confederate flag is a racist symbol of hate. teacher ended up retiring due to controversy. clayton: 23rd annual sag awards taking political turn last night as political hollywood weighed in on president trump's executive orderren extreme vetting. >> it's a blemish. >> i would like to make a plea for everyone that they can, any money they have to spare, please donate to aclu. >> in these times all their words or phrase might be perceived as alternative facts or worst yet fake news. [laughter] heather: here with some more of the political punches. >> i felt like yesterday was a 50/50 split between celebration of hollywood and political talk. a number of celebrities used
their time and spotlight to speak out against president trump's controversial travel ban. >> i am the daughter of an immigrant and because i love this country, i am horrified by his blemishes. and this immigrant ban is a blemish and it is un-american. >> good evening, fellow sag members and everyone at home and everyone in airports that belong in my america. [cheers and applause] >> but that's not all, ashton kutcher took in emotional charged tweets, left-wing actor out of touch, #a better way. clayton: i'm a big fan of stranger things. she won. i guess she was surprised as
like memes going on around last night. carley: take a look at the reaction to david harper's politically charged acceptance speech. >> this award from you who take your crap seriously and believe like me that great acting can change the world is a call to arms from our fellow men and women to go deeper and through battle fear and exclusivity of our culture and -- carley: she looks frightened to say the least. [laughter] heather: she's looking around, i don't know, it was pretty good. big bang theory hit it is red carpet. carley: simón held a sign that
said refugees welcomed and his wife josslyn wrote, let them in across her chest. that might be a first. i don't know, cheaper than diamonds. heather: hopefully it's not permanent marker. carley: she might live to regret that. >> thanks, carley. time now 6 minutes after the top of the hour and president trump's pick for the supreme court could come today. we will tell you about the three contenders next. clayton: wait until you see what happens. my day starts well before i'm even in the kitchen. i need my blood sugar to stay in control. so i asked about tresiba®. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪
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finally the ugly, the party may pay raise to get pay raise from joseph geraldo. he would join the democratic conference to push the democratic agenda forward. is he tens of thousands of debt and new party affiliation could land him in a higher paying gig. there you go. he had. heather: thanks for joining us today. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> this is not a muslim ban. any effort to improve the vetting process, i think that's all perfectly reasonable and totally legitimate. >> he is not going to apologize for putting the safety of this country first and foremost. >> perhaps we need to take it further. for now, immediate steps, pulling the band-aid off is to do further vetting. >> this is a fox news alert. protests breaking out in several major cities. >> this executive order -- was mean-spirited and