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"fox & friends first" starts right now. ♪ ♪ clayton: that was a performance. good morning, everyone, we are all still recovering. heather: thank you so much for starting your day with us. as always, we begin with the epic super bowl tom brady coming back from a 25-point deficit to beat the falcons from the first super bowl ever to go into overtime. >> tossed to white. he did it. patriots win the super bowl!
heather: wow. clayton: unbelievable. brady breaking down on the field after winning fifth super bowl ring. what an unbelievable game. i think we are all scratching our heads this morning. >> well, clayton, heather, good morning to you, i hope you guys got some sleep. i was exhausted watching the game so i cannot imagine what it was like for the players and while this was super bowl li it had a lot of first. the first game to go into overtime. it was also the first both the quarterback and the coach got their fifth championship ring. truly amazing and new things were going to change after this catch by julian, add basely any offense. 28-3 with 2:07 in the third quarter. 31 unanswered points and this
was the winning touchdown. exclamation on comeback ever. seem -- >> everything we did -- didn't want to do in the first half. >> i want to say to our fans, our brilliant coaching staff, our amazing players who were so spectacular this is unequivocally the sweetest. >> and tom brady really putting things into perspective. so much more to celebrate than just super bowl victory. his mom who is suffering from undiagnosed -- an illness has
not been made public, i should say, she actually made it to the game. she's underboth going chemo andradeuation -- and radiation. the super bowl parade will be taking place in boston and on the goofy little duck boats. clayton: do you even go to work in atlanta or in boston? heather: what happened? lady gaga delivering a jaw-dropping performance.
♪ ♪ heather: that was one of the best moments. the most moving of the night. a standing ovation for former president george h.w. bush and barbara. >> president bush, would you please toss the coin? clayton: everyone in the super bowl party moved by the moment. the president tossing the coin that would end the biggest comeback in super bowl history. unbelievable. heather: yeah -- well, in other news breaking overnight, washington state and minnesota just filing legal over president trump's immigration order reinstating it will unleash chaos. clayton: top tech companies to apple to twitter joining forces and filing a lawsuit against the order. heather: live for news washington, d.c. where the trump team is not backing down. good morning, give.
>> good morning, there's news other than the super bowl. the tech industry is ramping up fight in travel ban battle. google, amazon, filed brief yesterday in ninth circuit court of appeals condemning the president on immigration. washington state and minnesota joining that fight just as president trump was escalating his attacks on the judge who lifted the ban. he tweeted this, quote, just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril, if something happens, blame him, in court system people pouring in, bad, he made the case to our own bill o'reilly that things have been going pretty well. >> i think it was very smooth, 109 people out of hundreds of thousands of travelers and all we did was vet those people very, very carefully. >> vice president mike pence also making it clear that they will use every tool at their
disposeal. >> we believe the judge made the wrong decision. we will use all the legal means at our disposal to stay that order and move forward to take the steps necessary to protect our country. >> democrats, on the other hand, are fighting back like senator diane feinstein. >> i'm not claiming it's unconstitutional. that's not my job. the federal court has a right to make a judgment whether a law or an order is lawful and constitutional thanked process has begun. >> now, the next step in this fight comes as the justice department is expected to respond later today, guys. heather: busy day, definitely. now activists are pressuring foundations to cancel their
events in protest of the president's crack-down. over the weekend, they attended to red cross ball which was held tat so-called winter white house, that's what they're calling it and they raised nearly a million dollars just by thousands of demonstrators gathering nearby. >> vice president mike pence says betsy devos will be confirmed as the nation's next education secretary promising to cast the tie-breaking vote. >> we are very confident that betsy devos is going to be the next secretary of education, it'll be my high honor to cast the deciding tie-breaking vote of the senate next week. clayton: dehaves has gone grueling confirmation process, going into tomorrow's vote two gop senators, collins and
mckowsky. heather: a police say that he has admitted to killing and raping karina in august. a random attack that was fueled by his hate for women. emotional reaction as her suspected killer made first appearance on the august murder. >> do you think this is justice? >> absolutely not. >> go away. go away! >> heather: 911 call from may warning about a suspicious person in the park led to lead to lewis before dna confirmed suspicion. he faces 25 years to life. >> it may be offensive to some, turns out the philadelphia with nazi tattoo isn't breaking any rules. the officer is not violating any
department policies and he'll stay on the job. the controversy started last september when this picture was posted on social media pointing out the tattoo is a symbol tied to hitler. heather: taking aim at the pope. pose stores criticizing the pontiff appear all over roam this weekend. the signs the pope attacking conservative catholics. authorities moving quickly to cover the posters as they try to to find the activist who puts them up. clayton: received as a wedding gift from her father in 1947, the 41-royal salute in london this morning and she's going to watch this day by honoring her late father. heather: i like that portrait.
clayton: janice, it won't feel like february this week. >> the ground hog might have been wrong, how about that? let's take a look at the temperatures across the country. it's cold but not frigid. look across the south. we are dealing with 10-15-degrees above average temperatures as we go through the next couple of days. we do have effects and there's future radar. we will watch the system coming out of the south that could bring the potential for strong storms including maybe some severe weather tuesday, snow across the northern tire of the eastern sea board and the future radar is going to bring snow again across rockies and that's a big deal.
they have been getting storm after storm but that's really helping the drought situation. all right, clayton, heather, back to you. heather: 11 minutes after the top of the hour. force today remove christian flag after just one complaint. how the town is now fighting back. clayton: president trump coming down hard on the iran deal made by the obama administration in an interview you'll only see on fox news. >> i think it was the worst deal i have before seen negotiated. i think it was a deal -- >> the nuclear deal? >> absolutely. the deal by the obama administration. clayton: but will the president leave the door open for a future deal, the answer is next. >> and twitter unloading deflate jokes on tom brady before he pulls off on unthinkable win. clayton: who has the last laugh. [laughter] ♪
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good morning, kelly. >> good morning, to you both. president trump will make first visit to u.s. central command in tampa today which oversees development in the middle east including iran and on sunday he talk today fox news' bill o'reilly about several topics including iran. when iran launched missile test last week president trump imposed sanctions on individuals in iran and president made it clear that he believes iran has total disregard for the united states. >> it's like they're embolden, they follow our planes, they
circle our ships with their little boats and they lost respect because they can't believe anybody could be so stupid to make a deal like that. >> the country will have 60% more stockpile uranium after it receives shipment this week. president trump denounces the deal with the obama administration. >> it's ashame that we had a deal like that. there was no reason to do it. if you're going to do it have a good deal. $1.7 billion in cash which is unheard of and we put the money up and we have really nothing to show for it. >> president trump said he was not completely up'sed to the deal but said it has not been enforced. >> i can say this, they have total disregard for our country, they are the number one terrorist state, they are sending money all over the place and weapons and can't do that.
>> for all of that, he stated kremlin condemning comments by president trump today by former un embassador john bolton told me he wants the president to revoke the iran nuclear deal, clayton. clayton: thanks, kelly. a nurse in maryland right to carry stun gun, county's ban on them is violation of second rights. she try today buy a tazer but denied. heather: forces the mayor to remove flag from memorial.
>> you get a mute rude like we had here today, everybody standing up for god and that's what we are supposed to do. >> heather: the town has hired a lawyer. 19 minutes after the top of the hour. caught on camera sixth grader beat up for supporting the president. >> you want a wall? heather: why was the victim the victim suspended. the outreach mother speaking out. clayton: the means flooding social media are going to make you laugh. all things trending from the super bowl last night and she's going to be -- [laughter] (alarms)
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heather: welcome back, "fox & friends first", epic comeback win for tom brady and the patriots in super bowl li, but maybe that's not what the fans are talking about, at least all of it. clayton: carl with fox news headlines siriusxm with all things trending from the big game. heather: a lot to talk about. >> the super bowl broke incredible game, focused on entertainment, football and can we talk about that finally but one pregame performance is parking debate on social media. a group of original cast members from broadway, hamilton took it upon himself to change lyrics america the beautiful.
carley: others call if. >> the world sisterhood to be added permanently to the song. heather: because of what the cast of hamilton, the current one, they were the original, right? clayton: people in my party, everyone is talking so nobody heard that. carley: how about luke bryan, he killed it. clayton: for the national anthem. what about the ad of budweiser. >> some folks say they won't be buying budweiser after watching the super bowl ad, the commercial of founder of ann houser busch charging political debate. here is a bit of it.
>> welcome to america. >> you're not wok here. carley: i will proudly support any company that trump voters feel the need to boycott. a lot of people didn't buy it over that ad. heather: up to half time there were a lot of deflate jokes going on. carley: looks like the joke is on us. brady appeared deflated himself. tom brady in the locker, i thought i said deflate the balls again. the quarterback led patriots to historic comeback even his biggest cheerleader wife giselle
bunchen. clayton: lady gaga's performance. >> of course, some people getting pretty creative with their memes comparing lady gaga to sponge bob. hillary clinton apparently little monster, 100th million super bowl fan that went gaga to the message to all of us and chris pratt appears to be a fan. catching a football. i always liked gaga, that was freaken awesome. >> she caught the football at the end after the performance. after the show, she announced the world tour. that's how she capped off the big game. clayton: i'm sure timing was everything.
heather: time now is, what, half past top of the hour, almost. clayton: that's right. president trump doubling down on voter fraud allegations. >> when you take a look at registration, you have illegals and dead people. it's really a bad situation. it's really bad. heather: who he just put in charge of the investigation.
start. the super bowl, good morning, you're watching "fox & friends first", i'm heather childers. clayton: good morning, and i'm clayton morris. washington state and minnesota filing legal for president trump's trump immigration order. reinstating will unleash chaos. heather: top tech companies join the legal battle. clayton: good morning, griff. >> the ban would, indeed, unleash chaos and the tech industry news ramping up the fight in the fight against travel ban. google, apple, microsoft filed an amicus brief opposing the order, america has long recognized the importance of protecting ourselves against those who would do us harm but it is done so while maintaining
fundamental commitment to welcoming immigrants to increased background checks and other controls on people seek to go enter our country. this comes just as the president escalated his attacks on the judge who lifted the ban tweeting this, quote, just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such par parel, if something happens, blame him and court system, bad. mike pence made it clear that they will use every tool in this fight at their disposeal. >> we will use all the legal means at our disposal to stay the order and take steps necessary to protect our country. >> democrats are fighting back like senator diane feinstein saying this. >> i'm not claiming it's unconstitutional, that's not my job.
we have three branches of government, they are equal, the federal court has a right to make a judgment whether a law or an order is lawful and constitutional and that process has begun. >> the next step in the fight we await the department of justice to respond to the ninth circuit court of appeals later today, heather, clayton. clayton: thanks, griff. president trump doubling down on voter fraud allegations. vice president mike pence will now lead the investigation. >> if you take a look at the registration, you have illegals, dead people, you have -- it's really a bad situation, it's really bad. the set-up for permission to be headed by vice president mike pence and we will look at it carefully. clayton: you can see more of the exclusive interview in the o'reilly factor. heather: heading home happy, very happy after incredible
super bowl win. tom brady leading his team from 25-point downs beating the falcons in first ever super bowl overtime. casey live in houston where the. casey, i'm betting you had no sleep. >> heather, what a game but it was all worth it, right? mixed emotions as people wake here in houston and head to airports and starting to home, happy patriots fans, i'm sure, after that extraordinary comeback in last night's game and probably pretty sad unhappy atlanta falcons fans boarding planes to head back to georgia today. new england as we know trailing 28-3 and then almost if somebody flipped the switch, the patriots kicked it up several notches and mounting the wild comeback
ultimately defeating the atlanta falcons, quarterback tom brady earning an nfl record, fifth super bowl win and his fourth mvp award, here is his post game reaction. >> exactly the way we didn't plan it. that was everything we didn't want to do in the first half and better than second half, so it was a great, you know, a hell of a football game. >> now, the real fun begins getting everybody home, the city of houston says between the two airports here hobby and bush international, up two 150,000 -- up to 150,000 passengers, comparable to thanksgiving and christmas numbers so folks are being advised to arrive at the airport three hours prior to departure for a domestic flight.
normally it's about an hour so they're asking three hours. the interring thing here is all of the fans kind of trickled in over the course of several days, wednesday, thursday, friday, sat. well, they're all heading out today. tsa is staffed and asking people to be patient and allow a whole bunch of extra time. clayton: they are offering tissue for falcons fan. heather: what a game. clayton: may heart goes out to atlanta fans. lady gaga delivering a jaw-dropping half-time performance. she plunged from the roof in the stadium in acrobatic skeptical to create the american flag in the sky. heather: it really was something
else. hillary clinton supporter pretty much steered clear of politics. ♪ ♪ clayton: no politics from her and luke bryan captivating the crowd with his rendition of the national anthem before the game. ♪ ♪ heather: and one of the most moving moments of the night, a standing ovation for former president gorges w.h. bush and wife barbara.
>> president bush will you please toss the coin. clayton: emotional moment with the president. heather: certainly was. rain, snow, also we talk about those in is in the forecast, others feeling a warm-up. janice dean. >> good morning, let's take a look at it. janice: real cold temperatures are still way up in canada and that's going to remain the case this week. although it is cold across great lakes, we are not dealing with arctic plunge. little bit of rain for the mid south, across the west they are going to be dealing with another huge storm system bringing inches of rain and feet of snow over the next couple of days, look at this.
we could be talking about 5 to 6 feet of snow and upwards of 6-inches of rain across northern and central california. the forecast today looks pretty good across the country. the west dealing with the storm system. we will watch storm system tomorrow across eastern sea board but too warm for big-time snow. it'll be like springtime this week. clayton: nice. we've only had a dusting. heather: it's okay. janice: of course. clayton: 39 minutes after the hour. criticism for the judge who turned president trump's immigration order. he has helped resettle refugees, conflict of interest in fair and balance debate on that next. >> begin today by apologizing on behalf of you to me and then apology is not accepted. heather: can you tell who that is? saturday night live using actress melissa mccarthy to take
many times felt that the legal system was stacked against them or unfair. i think that my time there helped the legal system, was set up for their benefit and that it could be if properly used an opportunity to seek, readdress if they had been wrong. amy, a conflict of interest? >> i don't think so, he worked on resettling refugees as private citizen. he fostered children. these are kind generous things to do. i find problematic that the federal judge in seattle, my hometown, has taken upon himself to set national security a counterterrorism policy. he said that the government just hasn't proven that individuals from the seven countries pose a threat to the united states. i would say, first of all, how does he know that in when was the last time he was and even if he has secret information about the terrorist threat against our country, it's not for him to
decide. heather: that is the question. brad, who does get to make that decision? we heard vice president pence saying similar to what amy is saying and i think we heard diane feinstein that no, he does have the right. >> i think that honestly it's not his decision to tell us what is in our best national security interest but very much in his decision to decide whether a law -- or an executive order stands up to constitutional muster and this is a judge who is a good man who has done really, really good things by a lot of people, nominated by president bush, who was confirmed by a wide bipartisan margin, large amounts of people believe that he does have this sort of judgment to make this sort of call as to whether it's constitutional or not.
heather: amy, new news on all of this this morning, we had lawyers for washington state in minnesota telling the appellate court that if this ban is reversed, that it will cause complete chaos. >> i think it already has. once again, i don't believe it's up to a federal judge to make the assessment that people from these seven regions, which by the way were identified by president obama, don't pose a terrorist threat or that the government hasn't proven that they do. that's simply not for him to decide and there was another federal judge in massachusetts who came to a very different conclusion and he said that the commander in chief as our chief executive does have the right to set this policy in furtherance of national security. we found last thursday that a
majority of likely voters support the president's executive order until we have a better system in place. heather: we have to go, one final word from you, brad, by reversing, i mean, restoring the ban and reversing what this judge is saying needs to happen which is stop the ban. >> you know, the only chaos created in the immigration system was created by president trump and this executive system that was doing a great job, this was unnecessary, unneeded and we are safe. heather: all right, we will see what happens next. certainly not the end of that but a long shot. thank you very much for joining thus morning. i appreciate your insight. >> thank you. clayton: brad that brian kilmeade didn't have live game -- >> right. as you predicted, fell 25 points
and made history. clayton nailed it, he didn't tape it. we will bring you exclusive interviews on the field. we were right there. we will bring you the latest, recap of the game. before the game started i had a chance to go to a side room with the vice president of the united states mike pence before he went upstairs and had some quality time with the 41st president of the united states. i asked him many things including how he felt about the protesters everywhere he went from outside the standard i didn't mean and meeting in philadelphia to australia and london. listen. >> my hope is as time goes on as people continue to see the strong energetic leadership of president trump, putting the safety and security of the american people first, doing what he said he would do to get this economy moving again, i can't help to feel a stronger, more prosperous america. >> yeah, i also asked sean spicer, you will get the story as well behind the scene look at
super bowl li, perhaps, the greatest game ever. back to you before we run out of background music. clayton: "fox & friends" starts in 12 minutes. heather: and we will be back after the break. enough with that! (echo) with quicksilver from capital one you've always earned unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere. welcome to unlimited. what's in your wallet?
heather: grader attacked on his school bus for wearing a make america great hat. you can see him there. guess who was suspended after all of this? the victim. >> you want a build a wall. heather: the video shows classmates shoving shoving the e yelling for supporting the president. outraged mother says she's horrified. >> beat, literally beat because he feels strongly about the
world today. heather: the school responded by saying that all of the children involved are facing consequences clayton: sean spicer after melissa mccarthy portraying him. >> wall street journal, are you okay? [laughter] >> i will put you in the corner with cnn. >> not fake news. [laughter] >> spicer responded to the sketch to our brian kilmeade. >> it was cute and funny. i would rather talk about the issues that the president is so committed to helping americans, it's part of american culture.
clayton: spicer adding that he wasn't as happy with alec baldwin's performance. steve bannon as the grim reaper. cheryl casone outside of nrg stadium in houston. cheryl: good morning, from houston, texas. we actually had history made on the football field but also when it came to advertising. first i want to tell you about hyundai. they did a virtual reality type and they called it the gun, believe it or not, it comes out right when the game is over. three soldiers were able to watch with their families who were here at the stadium in real-time throughout the entire game.
a 90-second ad that aired after the game. party for the veterans, excuse me, military members and peter, i want to play a quick clip from the ad and what they pulled off. it was pretty cool. >> being away is pretty hard, missing daily things that he does. cheryl: so if you were crying, guys after the game because maybe you're a falcons fan you were crying after the ad as well, they did a live ad, we knew this was going to happen. went off without a hitch but was supposed to go wrong and it did, adam, actor from the star wars film, he was in a wild west gone wrong and then at one point gave
out the half time scores. i was sitting next to the hyundai families and so that's when i learned what was going on. it was incredible to watch, the families were so emotional. clayton: thanks, cheryl. heather: we will be right back. suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief batteries you can trust against the ear hair you can't. without them you're conducting business with an armpit on the side of your head. that's not just some battery. that's a duracell battery. that's a power you can trust. why is the radical left so full of rage and hate? they still can't accept that trump won and they lost. now extreme liberals like elizabeth warren are trying to stop betsy devos from becoming secretary of education.