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[national anthem] ♪ ♪ >> we're going to have a healthcare plan that's going to be second to none. these folks were nos. mostly nos. and now every single one is a yes. >> he has got some way to go but that's a very good start. >> i will hold our emperor god trump harmless on obamacare. he is supposed to be building a wall, deporting the illegals, imposing a refugee ban. the vast are coming in and sucking up welfare. >> do you know what i think? i think all the refugees should go to hawaii. >> angela merkel, it's a great honor. >> trump time to time tweet you regret? >> very seldom.
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>> the secret service is under fire tonight for two separate incidents. >> that jumper that jumped the fence here at the white house on friday may have been on the ground for at least 16 mints before being detected. meanwhile in new york an investigation is also underway into the whereabouts of a secret service laptop. >> stunning confession from dnc chair donna brazile she leaked cnn town hall questions to hillary clinton during the campaign. >> i have a hard time watching the news. i was thinking okay, what do we do? you know, walk in the woods. you can only do so much of that. >> i'm ready to, you know, come out of the woods. [laughter] ♪ ♪ no matter what you are ♪ i will always be with you ♪ because no matter what you do, girl clayton: few lights on at the white house this morning but we have all the lights on here at the studio.
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we have a jampacked show for you this morning. we have governor mike huckabee. corey lewandowski. and guess what? bill o'reilly didn't even do his own show last night. night.be a. >> sandra: but is he here. >> sandra: thank you so much. great to be back with you guys. clayton: i love when sandra is here. >> sandra: please do tell. clayton: she always has a broken gadget with her. >> sandra: i thought you were going to say a highlighter because that's facts. clayton: last time smashed iphone and now ipad mini. >> sandra: and this one is smashed. clayton: what going on with you. pete: aren't we going to have to give these away in the show today. clayton: think cause anxiety. today we will do an experiment. what we are doing from 7:00 to 8:00. pete: longer than that, clayton. you have to give up your gadget for two and a half hours. >> sandra: can you breathe?
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pete: study how much they have. >> sandra: compared to a terrorist attack having your cell phone taken away. pete: when you can't find it? >> sandra: don't have it. clayton: challenge all the viewers out there this morning two and a half hours not use your gadgets. watch the show but don't use your smart gadgets. >> sandra: now time for headlines this morning. france on high alert. a suspected terrorist is dead after seizing a soldier's gun at the airport in paris. exchanged fire with airport security before he was shot dead. officials say say he is known as radicalized muslim who authorities were watching no. one else was hurt but the airport has been shut down and evacuated. france has remained in a safety emergency after several deadly terrorist attacks in recent years. an urgent manhunt underway right now for these three escaped inmates who may be
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armed. authorities say they broke out of the oklahoma prison fly an airconditioning vent before stealing two pickup trucks. one of those trucks had a gun inside. police say they may have split up but don't have a history of violence. they were locked up for felony property crimes. a north korean soldier caught spying on top diplomats. taking pictures of rex tillerson at the demirlt rised zone separating he south and north korea. the secretary of state meeting with china's foreign minister this morning. his last stop on the trip. first a lady melania trump and her son barron will reportedly be moving into the white house sooner than planned. according to tmz the entire first family will become full time residents of 1600 pennsylvania avenue in june. debunking rumors that they will stay in new york city at
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least until barron finished the school year. they have reportedly picked out a new school. those are your headlines on this beautiful, wonderful, chili saturday morning. pete: a lot of revelers still coming in from saint paddy's day. clayton: at the white house yesterday they were celebrating saint patrick's day yesterday. and white house welcoming german chancellor angela merkel. this is the moment you want to see from your president that they are putting america first. world stage. reminds me of love actually. the press conference. are you going to stand up for your country or are you going to phone it in with a world leader? pete: such an interesting contrast the way president trump speaks about america and its role and president obama did. so when angela merkel came to the white house, someone who many believe you just watch the world has a very different view of how countries should interact with refugees and immigrants and priorities as
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far as nato and the eu. what's that interaction going to be like? is he going to back down? what's trump going to do? this was a monda montage of president trump with angela merkel. >> our two countries must continue to work together to protect our people from radical islamic terrorism. we also recognize that immigration security is national security. immigration is a privilege, not a right. i reiterated to chancellor merkel my strong support for nativity toe as well as the need for our nato allies to pay their fair share for the cost of defense. many nations owe vast sums of money from past years. and it is very unfair to the united states. these nations must pay what they owe. pete: nato owners are supposed to pay 2% of g.d.p.
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germany only spends 1.23%. clayton: step it up, germany. pete: that's what you want. >> sandra: all eyes are on angela merkel yesterday because you remember of the things he said of her on the campaign trail. he criticized her for ruining germany were some of his exact words on the campaign trail. there was a lot of talk about whether or not there were tense moments. there is the hand shake though. it did happen despite the head lines that you saw there was a very chilly reception. there is the picture of them in the oval office. clayton: there were some moments she didn't laugh at his jokes. there were moments where he was joking about wiretapping. >> sandra: i don't laugh at all of your jokes but it doesn't mean i don't like you, clayton. clayton: four hours, 80% of my jokes you won't like. he made jokes about wiretapping. someone else who has experience with the former president. n is a looking hlt her phone a couple years ago. she sat there isolated and didn't say a word about it. pete: the trump you heard is the trump you heard on the
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campaign trail the guy who fulfilled campaign promises. peace through strength put america first. we will step up. he did it on his terms. not only did he talk about immigration is a national security issue and demand that nato they pay their fair share. he did two things yesterday, too. and probably not by accident. the appeal the travel ban to the fourth circuit saying we want to make sure we can control who comes into our country. and then another note we are going to talk about later on the show the department of justice is literally deploying judges to key states to help facilitate the deportation of illegals. this is a guy doubling down on what he said he was going to do. why standing at that podium and looking at angela merkel in the face america first. we're going to take care of our national security. >> sandra: what you are saying is the trump train is still rolling. pete: the reason there could be these icy moments if you look at the mainstream press she is a strong woman. the president can't handle strong women. pete: that's why i'm nervous. sandra is strong. clayton: i get nervous sitting
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next to a strong woman. >> sandra: political white house reporter talking about that chilly white house reception. she said this is only because trump is sexist. listen to this. >> i think there is a lot going on here. he sees her -- steve bannon, chief strategist hates the eu. sees trump's election in brexit and sees it as part of a movement opposition to what merkel stands for. i have personal theory that something about this powerful woman who is intimidating to people in her own might bring up memories of hillary clinton and the election. clayton: memories of hillary clinton. do you agree with that. pete: first part is analysis. eu, brexit. different view between president trump and merkel. personal theory. this is the white house reporter for politico. >> sandra: yep. pete: this is not just a pundit giving her opinion. this is supposed to be the objective.
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go to this reads like left wing commentary. clayton: look at the women in his cabinet. you want strong opinions in your cabinet. betsy devos. of course, you have kellyanne conway. nikki haley. and he has surrounded himself with strong women throughout his life. pete: reminders of the clinton campaign. didn't he beat hillary clinton? >> sandra: right, you would think those would be fond memories, right? speaking of hillary clinton and her campaign, remember that moment when the dnc chair donna brazile, she denied giving hillary clinton debate questions? clayton: right. >> sandra: now she is finally admitting. that will do we actually have sound of this? clayton: this is a look back when she said she didn't. take a look back when she said she didn't remember. this watch? >> >> do you owe the voters an apology for passing a question for a town hall off -- excuse me, off to the hillary clinton campaign? >> you know what? i wish when you got your
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facts, you read, you read et emails. >> i did read a lot of them. >> no one has ever, ever shared questions with any of us involved in cnn. >> sandra: my how things have changed. pete: debate had to come out in "time" magazine this is yesterday after months and months of denial. she said among the many things i did in my role as democratic operative and dnc vice chair prior to assuming the interim dnc chair possession was to share potential town hall topics with the clinton campaign. my job was to make all our democratic candidates look good and i worked closely with both campaigns to make that happen. but sending those emails was a mistake i will forever regret. >> sandra: so i think that we're -- she is explaining her reasoning behind handing over the debate questions. it was her job is essentially what she is saying. he.
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pete: she claims she sent emails to bernie. she is still parsing her words when you look at the full explanation of it. listen, she was called out. she denied it. and now she is finally admitting it. clayton: i love half apologies. i'm sorry that you figured it out. i'm sorry that you had to figure this out. i apologize for you having to figure this out. pete: i'm sure bernie is saying oh yeah all the debate questions i didn't get. clayton: go to our facebook page at well ff weekend. we have a jam-packed show. is this our first look at donald trump's first big mexico call border wall he promised? the fight between contractors who gets to build it is next. pete: when contractors fight the price goes down. it was only a matter of time. >> i am ready to, you know, come out of the woods. [laughter] pete: is more hillary the warm, fuzzy hug that america needs to bring our country back together? we're going to ask governor
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mike huckabee when he joins us live. >> sandra: i can't wait to hear what he has to say about that. just when you thought rachel maddow's tax troubles couldn't get any worse. stick around. ♪ burning down the house ♪ at planters, we put fresh roasted flavor into every can, which has its drawbacks.
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>> we will build the wall. don't even think about it. in fact, as you probably read, we went out to bid. we had hundreds of bidders. everybody wants to build our wall. [laughter] clayton: president trump ready to build that wall laying out $4 billion o calling on
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countries to submit their own design. 600 companies have sent in ideas including one from mexico. dennis owe leary is the ceo of technologies. border patrol technology and submitted his design. dennis, great to see you this morning. >> thanks. clayton: you submitted a bid but you are really calling it a smart wall, right? >> just the history of what's been going on on the border. we do need a physical barrier. i think we need to take it one step further. put in a technology that can actually detect people either molesting the wall, crossing the wall, or more importantly tunneling underneath the wall. clayton: more importantly we hear about all these tunnels geraldo going through mexico. put up the designs. put them up on the screen. what are we looking at dennis. >> that was graphic rendering of our proposal that we are going to give to homeland security. it's showing the physical barrier. it's sort of a loosely like the information at the time that we are getting from homeland security insisting
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it's a 30-foot barrier. there is really not detail. for me we are depicting a wall with our technology both embedded inside the wall but, more importantly, you will see we actually have the fiber. clayton: fiber will recognize different vibrations in the ground. >> exactly. clayton: i'm curious about this. you had before offered to homeland security services at cost. you weren't going to make any profit to put up a smart wall, not even really a physical barrier and they didn't take you up on it. >> no. i have been saying that for years. since 2012. and, you know, at the time there was another project. it didn't talk about a barrier, physical barrier. it talked about technologies on the border. and there were some areas of the border that it's almost impossible to have current technologies. it's almost a guessing gain. you look at terrain. clayton: i have heard experts say look at the technology we have at area 51. they can detect a mouse moving miles away but there is no physical wall.
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there is guys there with guns and suvs ready to pounce. they can detect a mouse. why do we need a wall? >> it comes down to manpower. so we have almost 2,000-mile, you know, area that has to be under surveillance. so how do you then enforce, you know, people coming across the border? you have to have hundreds of thousands of border agents. i agree with the president's plan of having a physical barrier but, again, i'm saying we need to have a smart wall. clayton: need to have additional piece. if the president is watching our show right now, what's your best pitch to him? >> you know, there are 600 plus companies going after this. it's hard for me to pitch it because i think the president's heart is in the right place. i know he is going to make the right decision. just the fact that this has already been put out to the public. the man has only been in office, what, is it 100 days yet? clayton: not even. >> these things normally take two or three years to even get to this stage. you know, my pitch is yes, we
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need a physical barrier, everybody agrees. it makes sense. buff we need a smart wall because why spend the 20 billion or whatever they are saying it's going to cost and a guy with a shovel can defeat that. clayton: great point. dennis owe leary thank you for joining us this morning. fascinating. governor mike huckabee joins us live in a few minutes here. we will get his take on hillary clinton coming back into the public eye. from blowing up the white house to shooting a clown that looks like the president in head. have hollywood celebrities gone too far or are they just getting start snfd that's all next. and schools have banned prayer. one school wants to change that as long as you're muslim. ♪ downtown ♪ we're the kids in america ♪ we're the kids in motorcycle ♪
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♪ >> sandra: glad you are with us this morning. quick headlines. the secret service is looking for a stolen government lab top. it includes floor plans for trump tower along with other sensitive secrets which are not classified. agent says it was stolen from her car in brooklyn thursday. and disgraced nfl quarterback colin kaepernick still in the wanted line. tells bleacher report 70% of teams quote genuinely hate him and can't stand what he did. of course, they are referring to kaepernick's season long anthem protest which he says are now over now that he needs a job. all right. pete? pete: all right, the attacks by celebrities on the left have been ramping up against president trump. >> yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the
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white house. [gunshot] pete: i don't know those two look a bit like threats. where is the outrage? let's bring in kristin tate from houston. thank you for joining us. where is the outrage? where is the double standard it's not just madonna and snoop dogg but also comedian sarah silverman calling for military coup yet no outrage. >> there is an outrage. every time a threat was made against obama or something disrespectful was said about him a national shaming sprung up. for example, in 2014, a g.o.p. staff was forced to resign after she said that the obama daughters should show more class. this woman endured relentless shaming from the media we saw example after example of this kind of shaming during the obama days.
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when madonna threatens to blow up trump white house. when snoop dogg glorifies a mock assassination of trump. when bow wow threatens to sexually enslave melania trump, the silence from the feminists, the left, and the media is deafening. pete: where is the inability to muster outrage, real or otherwise in the other direction? why is the mainstream media, left stream media incapable of at least having a fair sense that, hey, we shouldn't be threatening the president or the first lady? why can't they even muster it? >> you know, because republicans and apparently family members of republicans are considered fair game. this all just underlines what we already knew which is that calls from obama for civility and calls by hillary clinton for unity, those were never genuine. the left uses those sound bites to silence conservatives. and then they turn around and call them hitler when needed. clayton: sure. >> this is totally inexcusable
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and outrage has become tiring. people are sick of it. pete: interesting point. you selective outrage too often and boy cries wolf. the president often time has weighed in himself on their. president trump recently tweeting can you imagine what the outcry would be if snoop dogg's failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at president obama? jail time. let's reverse. this let's say a country music star had had a cartoon of barack obama and done the same thing? imagine the outrage. >> oh my gosh, can you imagine? or how about what bow wow said? he threatened to sexually enslave melania trump. can you imagine if a celebrity said anything like that about mitch helmichelle obama? the political tensions are at a boiling point in this country. and nation's leading journalists are just sitting there fanning the flames. it is totally disgusting. i have think the american people know what's going on. they don't like it. you know e the democratic
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party is the opposition party right now. and people don't want the media to be an opposition party as well. pete: they are showing themselves for what they're. >> absolutely. pete: in co-hoots as opposition party. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you, pete. pete: you got it the dishonest media considered this unhinged. >> this rule makes us look week which by the way we no longer are. believe me. just look at our borders. [cheers] pete: somehow that's unhinged. what about people who matter, the american voters? lee carter here with what you had to say in some brand new dials you are not going to want to miss. some interesting stuff. it was only a matter of time, hillary clinton, she says she is ready to come out of woods to help bring our country back together and heal. is that really what we need? we'll ask governor mike huckabee live. there he is next. he looks like he is going to help us heal
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clayton: woods photos from the fall. >> sandra: emerged shortly from the fall. clayton: absolutely not. i was hocking. she wanted to get away. pete: others realize add sighting in the woods. >> sandra: all of a sudden a lot of new hikers in the chappaqua. clayton: she wanted to talk about. pete: talk about how to bring us all together. clayton: an area she lost. >> i am ready to, you know, come out of woods. [laughter] i'm rethinking my strategy though. you know, the walk in the woods stuff maybe didn't work as well. and i'm like a lot of my friends right now. i have a hard time watching the news, i'll confess. i want to say something slightly serious and that is, you know, our country seems so
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divided right now. i do not believe that we can let political divides harden into personal divides. and we can't just ignore or turn a cold shoulder to someone because they disagree with us politically. we have got to keep trying to listen to each other. pete: emphasized lots of divides in this country. >> sandra: that's one of several speeches she is set to give in the coming months including one at her alma mater wesley. we will be hearing quite a bit from her. pete: let's bring in governor huckabee listening to that speech there. anything you liked about it? >> sure, on a couple of things. first of all i appreciate her humor. this is not the hillary that we saw that was angry and bitter. kudos for her for using a little self-depreach yaghtd humor. i wish most liberals had humor.
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most of them that follow me on twitter they do not. a little accolade there. look, second, big question being raised today, if a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? if hillary is in the woods and nobody is there to hear her speak, is she really saying anything? so, yeah, she is coming out of woods. and i guarantee you the speech she gave in scranton which probably she gave for free, seemed to me a heck of a lot better in the speech than the ones she used to give to for $250,000 for 20 minutes. good for here. pete: she says she wants to heal some of these divides come together and listen to each other. just a listen to her feed. she is talking about resistance plus persistence equals progress. she is part of the resistance crowd. how does she heal that divide? >> it's springtime. it's time for the snowflakes to melt and accept the fact that donald trump is president. if that is her message. she can be very honest and say look, we don't have to like
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what he proposes. we don't have to like him. buff we have to accept that he is the president and we have to respect the office of the presidency. if she would say that, then i believe she is trying to bring us together. if all she is going to do is raise her fist in the air and say resist, well, look, it's too late to resist. that's what we do every four years. it's called an election. donald trump won. and people need to accept it. again, they don't have to like it. this is america. we are free to disagree. but we're not free to try to delegitimize the duly elected president of the united states. >> sandra: all right. so hillary clinton out of the woods. meanwhile, president trump, governor huckabee, continues to battle this healthcare situation that he is currently in, pushing obamacare repeal and replace into the end zone. he says he is 100 percent behind the bill as the house gets ready to vote next week. he is pushing this. he is throwing his full support behind it. where does this go, governor? >> well, first of all, let's remember, legislation is a process. it's not an event.
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so the first thing that rolls out on the table is never the last thing that gets signed. so, everybody needs to chill a little bit and be a little respect thinrespectfulthis is a. lesson take a spoon and spice they will want to put to it. there will be changes. frankly there needs to be. what i really hope for the president is this, that he is very careful that he remembers that he won the national election, not paul ryan. the reason that's important is because i think paul ryan is a good guy but is he a washington wonk. donald trump is a guy that got elected because he was listening to the hearts and the passions of people who have been run over by washington wonks. and this healthcare bill had better help them and protect them and not do what obamacare did to them and, frankly, what some the washington wonkisms would do to them. and more flexibility to the states through medicaid, truly a block grant. let the governors have work requirements.
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let them have co-pays, deductibles and premiums. if you don't do some of those things and protect social security and medicare, that's what the president promised, this could be a train off the rails. he has got to be careful. listen, mr. president, to the people who love you and who are with you. not to the people who resisted you right up until the day of the election. clayton: governor huckabee has been a big voice on this talking about those factory people working all day standing there. those are the people that might lose their coverage. those are the people that voted for trump. pete: such a great point. >> thank you. great to see you guys. pete: success of ryan care or trump care base on whether people's situation improves. >> sandra: let's get to news and headlines a deported killer caught trying to get back into the u.s. jamel. deported in february after serving nine months in prison
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after admitting to playing a deadly game of russian roulette with a loaded revolver in tennessee. he now faces felony immigration charges. a public high school classroom used as a muslim prayer room raises concerns with the top cop in texas. the attorney general afraid with the majority of muslim students using that room it could be a violation of the first amendment. >> one is student led, where the students are organizing and running it. we pretty much from a school stay out of that and allow them their freedom to practice their religion. >> sandra: school personnel say a group of christian students meet in another classroom before school. and msnbc rachel maddow's ratings plummeting in the wake of tuesday night's tax scam. >> what i have here is a copy of donald trump's tax returns. we have his federal tax return for one year for 2005. >> sandra: show down 36% in total viewers the night after making those tax revelations.
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the decline even sharper in the adults 25 to 54 category which was down 54% from tuesday. maddow getting flack from both sides over hyping her show to ultimately reveal nothing about president trump. and those are your headlines. i'm sorry, not nothing. actually the fact that he paid a higher tax rate than the network she works for and the previous president. pete: trick people into a nothing burger than they change the channel for you the next day. clayton: rick is learning that weather reports. blizzard of the century tune in to rick reichmuth. >> rick: that quote you said right there say it again. >> sandra: he can't remember. clayton: blizzard of the century. tune in to rick reichmuth. >> rick: who said blizzard of the century? clayton: i did. >> rick: there you go. pay attention to what the weather man says: some people got upset we didn't get at least a foot of snow in new york city.
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we had 9 inches of ice which is way worse. i would take 9 inches of snow flurry anyway. we industrial ice chunks and cars buried in. take a look at the maps. bright side. here we go. clayton, this will make you happy spring monday 6:29 a.m. officially begins eastern time. it will start to feel a little bit across the east coast. we have been in a big long stretch of temps well below average. we will see that again today. you see a little bit of storms down across parts of the southeast. one batch of rain showers moving in. we will see that throughout the day today scattered in nature with a couple of heavier downpours embedded in that across the northeast, maybe more snow. coastal system develop there and some spots making picking up two or three inches of snow. temperatures today quickly. show you what's going on. 80 degrees tomorrow in kansas city. 73 on monday. and there you go by tuesday. we start to see things warm up a little bit toward the northeast. spring will get here one of these days. clayton, there you go.
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>> sandra: more snow coming? >> rick: a little bit. clayton: flowers first. co-corey lewandowski joins us at the top of the hour along with david webb. geraldo rivera and the luck of the irish. bill o'reilly all here live. >> sandra: excellent. pete: plus, president trump's big rally and dishonest media considered this unhinged? >> this ruling makes us look weak which, by the way, we no longer are, believe me. [cheers] just look at our borders. pete: sounds quite hinged to me. what about the people who actually matter, the american voters? lee carter here with what you had to say in some brand new dials you're not gonna want to miss next. ♪ we're going to rock this town ♪ make them scream and shout ♪ well, rock, rock. ♪
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pictures out of paris. airport on high alert after a suspected terrorist stole a gun from an airport security officer that opened fire. after exchanging gunfire he was shot dead. according to french news reports the suspected terrorist was radicalized muslim who police already had their eye on. they have been watching this guy. no one else was hurt. airport remains closed. keep it on funeral. we will have more as this story unfolds. sandra? >> sandra: thank you, clayton. president trump back on the road traveling to detroit and nashville looking to create jobs and get backers for his obamacare overhaul. so what did the american people think about his latest policy push? here to break it all down, president and partner at miss alan ski and partners lee carter is here. always great to see you. >> great to be here. >> sandra: what did we learn? how are the american people feeling. >> independent support is softening a little bit.
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is he doing the right thing guy going out there and selling his policies. some are working better than others. >> sandra: here is he talking about the travel ban. >> this ruling makes us look weak, which by the way, we no longer are, believe me. just look at our borders. [cheers] >> we are going to fight this terrible ruling. we are going to take our case as far as it needs to go, including all the way up to the supreme court. owe. [cheers] we're going to win. we're going to keep our citizens safe and, regardless, we're going to keep our citizens safe, believe me. >> sandra: all right. how did they grade this? >> you can see the republicans continue to give this an a. independent support is softening a bit down to a b. democrats an f. the whole thing right now is that if you look at this as a humanitarian issue. if you look at saying we have responsibility to take in
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refugees, you hate this message. if you are really concerned about national security, and you think we have got to put our borders and ourselves first. you think this is a great message. so he is not really selling it to people who don't agree with it, but he is selling it to those already excited and said you know what? we do need to put america first. >> the new plan will make better for you and your family. listen to this. >> it repeals hundreds of billions of dollars in obamacare taxes it provides tax credits to people to purchase the care that is rightfully theirs. the bill that i will ultimately sign and that will be a bill where everybody is going to get into the room and we're going to get it done make healthcare better for you and your family. >> sandra: republican grid went off the screen. >> gave it an a. i would venture a plus with republicans. independents, you could see
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they were softer there at b. democrats a d minus. the whole thing when he talks about obamacare and repeal, he has got to sell what is he doing. you can see that bump when he started talking about the tax credit, what they are going to do. he doesn't need to slam obamacare anymore. he needs to sell the policy that they are trying to put forward. >> sandra: next one is american pride he talks about showing in the last election. >> thinking we can dream for our country, we can achieve for our country. all we have to do is tap into that american pride that is swelling our hearts and stirring our souls and we found that out very recently in our last election, a lot of pride. he. >> sandra: seems like a bit of a come-together moment there. >> there was. you could see democrats were getting on board. of course we are all excited by touched by american proud and as soon as he said we saw that in the last election, the democrats dip right down, forget it but, at the same time, when he does talk about american pride, americans coming together, that's what
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people want. they want to stop gridlock. they have want us to come together. they want to see us achieve things again. that kind of message really does unite us. >> sandra: lee carter always good to see you here bright and early. >> good to be here. >> sandra: a suspected terrorist shot dead at the international airport paris. is this what president trump predicted would happen earlier this month? his former campaign manager corey lewandowski will be here live in just moments. and chelsea clinton has a new job. and it could help her mom save money on those hiking trips. kurt, the cyber guy, up next with what's trending this morning ♪ anything can happen ♪ anything can happen ♪ anything can happen ♪ anything can happen ♪ ed for your viewing convenience. so i just switched to geico. what took you so long? i know, i saved a ton of money on car insurance. that's what i'm talking about! geico also gives you 24/7 access to licensed agents! booooyah.
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♪ clayton: chelsea clinton scoring big this week after landing a spot on board of directors the travel company. maybe she can book cheaper hiking trips for her mom. >> sandra: how is cyber world reacting here the cyberguy is here. >> good to see you. chelsea clinton all over the internet. everybody knows about expedia. apparently on a friday filing that she just apparently joined their board according to the filing friday of the company saying she will take home about $45,000 in a retainer and in 2015 the stock board members there got about $250,000 in stock. that's not bad. clayton: what is she doing? she travels a lot. >> i'm not exactly sure of why and nor are a lot of people because look at these tweets coming out that are just nailing her. i mean, just really going after her. this one from lori, probably
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because of her lengthy business experience on her resume #. what's the #? i can't see it. clayton: parity of the problem. >> we take to you new zealand. remember the bbc clip we showed a week or two ago and this is the dad is on tv being interviewed. re and over her shoulder the kids come out and he is shoeing them away. kids come out and like oh, crud, the kids are there. is he just pushing them back. this isn't happening. i'm just going to pretend it's not happening and shove them back into the house. well, this parody going on in new zealand reversed it and said what would mom have done? and they did this spoof. take a look. >> it's unclear at the moment what effect former president impeachment will have on the country. unfortunately discontent in south korea is not only related to president and his administration. >> you do look really busy there we can reschedule. >> very likely to face jail
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time, too. i would argue in an attempt to make an example of her. >> right. what does this all mean for the future of south korea? >> so the future of south korea really last hangs in the balance. >> oh my god, is that a bomb? [laughter] clayton: every mom could totally related to this. this is focus. diffuse as bomb. the name of a show in new zealand. i mean, they a phenomenal job with this one. >> sandra: i love that. >> women would handle it a lot better. he. pete: saw that and cracked up. >> sandra: that's true. weave multi-task a lot better. >> a guy when this conversation just be quiet. clayton: right. owe. >> just don't smack your kid in the head. >> good to see you, kurt. president trump got hammered in the press for saying terrorist no, sisaying nolonger. he might be right.
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minutes before being detected. meanwhile in new york, an investigation is also underway into the whereabouts of a secret service laptop. >> stunning confession from former dnc chair donna brazile. she leaked cnn town hall questions to hillary clinton. >> i have a hard time watching the news. so i was thinking like, okay, what do we do? you know, walk in the woods. you can only do so much of that i am ready to, you know, come out of woods. [laughter] >> well, it's springtime. time for the snowflakes to melt and accept the fact that donald trump is president. ♪ going to keep on trying ♪ until i reach the highest ground ♪ pete: the countdown. clayton: we have two more days roughly until spring starts, officially. beautiful morning. pete: how does that make you feel? clayton: i feel good about that. i'm having a little
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anxiety i must admit this morning. >> sandra: are you okay? clayton: palms sweaty. in 30 minutes we are going too to do an experiment on the show are not allowed to touch smart phones ipads. new study saying having that connection with our smart phones when they're taken away creates anxiety. pete: your watch is coming off, too. clayton: no. pete: everything digital off. clayton has has hidden gadgets everywhere. apirptly leads to level of anxiety as you said on par with a terrorist attack. >> sandra: that's what some people. pete: absurd. you get that way too though. >> sandra: no i do not. i can put my cell phone down. clayton: test it ow play along at home. z. if you cannot touch this cell phone. >> sandra: bill o'reilly when he is coming up. when he sits on "outnumbered" he is so bauer because all of us on our phones on the couch.
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pete: we will ask him shortly. >> sandra: a fox news alert we have been following all morning for you a look at paris' airport where a suspected terrorist is dead after grabbing a soldier's gun before exchanging fire with airport security and was shot dead e the suspect was a known radical muslim and was already on a terror watch list. police now confirming the same man shot an officer in northern paris earlier today before stealing a car. no one else was hurt, but the airport has been shut down and evacuated. france has been on high alert after numerous terror attacks in recent months. new overnight, the justice department filing a motion to relax restrictions on the trump administration's latest travel order. the doj specifically wants to be able to be allowed to carry out of the part of the order covering refugees' restrictions. the ruling in hawaii is a blanket ban on the executive order. but loosening those restrictions would bring it in line with a similar ruling out of maryland. the doj has signaled that they
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will appeal both rulings. also developing this morning, the secret service looking for a stolen government laptop. the agency says it includes floor plans for trump tower along with other sensitive secrets which are not classified. an agent says it was stolen from her car in brooklyn on thursday. officials are trying to figure out if the agent was targetinged or if the robbery was random. and then there's this. a fake booze alert. paul ryan getting roasted for a saint patrick's day no no. the house speaker toasting a friend of ireland lunch event in d.c. with a, dare i say, flat pint of guinness. an irish woman tweeting a photo of it grave missteps by the u.s. the picture quickly going viral. social media also quick to point out barack obama and his perfect pint of guinness back when he was in ireland. one twitter user saying one of the areas in which he
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excelled. clayton: have you to drink it this is what a real guinness should look like the foam on the top. settle down after 30 seconds of letting it settle down. pete: we have to restore those relations. >> sandra: paul ryan was just trying to enjoy a little beer. pete. clayton: meanwhile we have been following this story. somebody on a watch list hot paris authorities were watching and he ends up pulling a gun from the security officer and ends up getting an opening fire. pete: this is happening in realtime known islamic terrorist attempted to take automatic rifle shot and killed at the airports. disrupting a lot of the -- obviously what's going on there this that day. this is something president trump has talked about. he was criticized for comments he made at cpac talking about paris. take a listen to something president trump said last
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month as we tie it to news of the morning. >> take a look at what's happened in france. take a look at niche and paris. i have a friend, he is a very, very substantial guy. he loves the city of lights. he loves paris. for years during the summer he would go to paris, with his wife and family. haven't seen them in a while. and i said jim, let me ask you a question. how is paris doing? paris? i don't go there anymore. paris is no longer paris. that was four years. four or five years hasn't gone there. he wouldn't miss it for anything. now he doesn't even think of going there. at the. pete: part of something called operational sentinel. deployed to airports to help back up security forces overwhelmed. clayton: he was slammed for those comments, of course. we want to bring in corey
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lewandowski right now former trump campaign manager to take a look at what is happening right now in paris. corey, are you surprised? >> no. i'm not surprised unfortunately. what we know is that people want to do harm to a lot of people. i want to commend the police for their swift action in killing this terrorist. i think it's very important that we deal with terrorism. >> a very serious way. let me say. this this is all the more reason why u.s. code 1182 u.s. code which allows the president to preclude people from coming into the country who want to commit harm to us has to be fully in effect. and two federal judges, who are legislating from the bench, continue to prevent the united states from making sure that their own interests are at stake here. what i don't understand is, look, we see a terrorist attack in paris today. what we want to make sure and what the president wants to make sure is that people coming from yemen and libya and somalia have proper background checks before they come to our country and potentially do us harm. it's nothing is more important to the president than keeping our people safe.
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these two federal judges who put a stay on his executive order, you know, i think it's a shame what they have done and we cannot allow terrorism to come to our shores. pete: piggy backing on that the trump administration refused to back down on that extreme vetting and formally appealing in the fourth circuit the temporary stay on the travel ban the new executive order that you just referenced. what is it about the president's desire to make sure we know who is coming into this country? especially in light of an attack like this. radical islamist. what is it about the resistance that refuses to allow him to the have tools he needs to protect our country? >> it's quite amazing to me when you think about it you know, what the argument is from the left is that people who aren't u.s. citizens have the same privileges under the constitution as people who are u.s. citizens. and that just isn't the case. what we know is in this ask the greatest country in the world. highest privilege in the world to become a great citizen of this country. we want to make sure and president wants to make sure that the people coming here are doing so for the right reason.
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they become productive members of society. new executive order which he issued the second one was phased in over a 10-day period it didn't impact anybody who is currently traveling. also gives broad authority to both the secretary of home land security and the secretary of state to grant waivers to individuals coming in if they want to be granted those opportunities. but, look, the bottom line is, if we don't know who is coming into our country and we can stop one terrorist from coming into an extreme vetting process, then that is the job of this administration to protect all the people of this great country. >> sandra: corey, i want to get to this sound of rush limbaugh talking about fighting for extreme vetting, this executive order, saying that this judge shut president trump down because in this judge's opinion trump is a bigot. listen to this. >> judge's riewcialtion if the guy is not stopped, if the supreme court doesn't overturn this, or if trump doesn't just ignore it like andrew jackson did, then we're getting to the point where the president, because of the judiciary will
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have totally lost constitutional authority to defend the country. because it is little ruling in hawaii, that was made possible by the ninth circuit of appeal. and it's all about this idiotic notion that a presidential candidate on the campaign trail, making statements is the equivalent of an inaugurated president stating policy. but even at that the judge doesn't have the right to do what he did. he doesn't have the congressional right. he doesn't have the statutory right to do what did he. because, basically, this judge shut trump down because in this judge's opinion, trump is a bigot. pete: they can't take him on policy they have got to impugn his intention as a bigot. >> even allen dershowitz. wrong in this case. the president has a
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constitutional ability to put a stay who is coming into this country. this what this order did is address specifically the concerns of the ninth circuit from the first executive order. enough to they have gone and made another ruling. have you got one federal judge in hawaii. one federal judge in maryland who has basically decided that union lateral live they are now the president of the united states respectively. they are going to make rulings. this is amazing to me because tucker carlson mentioned this earlier this week on fox. he said what if a federal judge has determined that abortion effectively is now illegal. effective today. does that mean that abortions are effectively illegal? because one federal judge has said so? it's absurd that one federal judge has the ability to override the constitutional authority of the president. there are three branches of government for a reason. and the president is going to appeal this ruling right to the supreme court. but you are going to get judge gorsuch in there is he clearly qualified to be a supreme court justice. more importantly have you one or two federal judges who want to legislate from the bench who think that they have more authority than they really do.
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this is not how the system is supposed to work. the president under the 8 u.s. code 1182 clearly has the authority. barack obama use dhd authority. george w. bush used this authority it goes all the way back to world war ii. it is clearly the purview of the president of the united states to temporarily suspend individuals from coming in if he believes they are going to do our country harm until we can do better vetting. there is no question about it. clayton: you saw paul ryan having to drink that flat guinness earlier. the outrage. clayton: what would have you done handed a flat guinness would have you said hand me one with a little bit of foam. >> i will drink this one but next time hand me one with a foam. >> sandra: called a head. there is a little bit there. pete: it sat there. not enough. clayton: thanks, corey have great weekend. >> thank you, guys. clayton: clay mexicans getting caught on border. not ours.
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particulars, that is out there. >> sandra: donna brazile finally coming clean and admitting that she gave questions to the clinton campaign while working for cnn. calling this a move she will, quote, forever regret. pete: but does she really regret it? joining us now with his reaction is fox news contributor and radio talk show host david webb. >> good morning. pete: you saw what she had to say. she also wrote this, donna brazile saying among the many things did i in my role as democratic operative and dnc vice chair to assuming the interim dnc chair position was to share potential town hall question topics with the clinton campaign. my job was to make all our democratic candidates look good and i worked closely with our campaign to make sure that happened. sending those emails i will regret. >> can somebody find me in the job description when you get the job as interim dnc chair says my job is to put my finger on the scale for one candidate and not the other? where is the emails about bernie? where did she send an email to
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bernie. pete: she says they're out there. >> they are out there but somehow wikileaks, remember how this was all exposed didn't find the bernie emails. look, donna brazile is trying to resurrect her career. they are living in the hills industry of the now. forget what i did. this is what happens now. this is what i'm telling you. we get this from the left often. by the way, i have got to give a shoutout. one of the questions asked by a former fox employee jordan sheridan who nailed her right there on camera and went back with her redirect. he said what is going on here? so she has been caught on tape and now they are trying to roll it back. >> someone else has been caught on tape trying to be rolled back is rachel maddow the show the other night when she held up the tax returns and that show ended up scoring her her highest ratings of all time. but, then, of course now it's fallen since then, and she now also could hold the distinction of the first reporter ever being sued by the president of the united states. what do you make of this? will that happen? >> first of all, the big, you know, i'm sorry, geraldo, i know i keep picking on him for
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this one. this was the vault all over again. she held up two pages that a 12-year-old could have read and saw what it was it proved he paid a lot of money in taxes. i thought democrats liked people who paid a lot of money in taxes. they should be lauding trump for the 38.4 million. and asking for the obama the 6 million he paid over 15 years for he and michelle together. the point is they had nothing. they need to drive the narrative. she put more conjecture into those two pages than actually ever exists on anybody's tax form. >> sandra: you know who she is blaming for all the hype, her viewers. >> this is the elitist approach. i put it out there for you and you simple people just did not understand the complexity and the righteousness of what i did. clayton: what is the complexity? what is the point? >> two pages of a tax form a 12-year-old could read. this maddow went for the big grab. she made her viewers wait. that's why it drops off after. you know what drops off after that your credibility even
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with your hard core viewers goes down. pete: should president trump bring a suit against her? >> so, two points on that. i see that any president does not give up your right as a u.s. citizen when you become president. you are afforded the protections under our laws. so, that's one side of it he has the ability. should he do it? we spend a whole lot of time arguing over it, what she proved was trump paid his taxes. thank you, rachel maddow. we have cleared that up. clayton: we know his tax rate. by the way 24%. bernie sanders 13.6, i believe. comcast, somewhere around -- a little less than that. about 14%. and trump is paying a higher rate of than all of them including bernie and obama. >> sandra: david webb, good to see you sir. pete: nice suit and tie combo. democrats might call it a dream come true. >> i am ready to, you know, come out of woods.
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that was always my favorite. i loved the thimble and the shoe and the wheelbarrow are dongone. replace the wheelbarrow with a rubber ducky everything you need to know. a new edition of monday non monopoly. flip flop was in contention didn't make the cut. why is a t rex in there. >> sandra: i like the good old mondamonopoly. no more money. pete: scary. i liked being the banker because i could control it all. >> sandra: okay, pete. clayton: free parking. hillary clinton was probably paying a lot of board games the last few months. she was in hiding. she was up in the woods doing a lot of hiking up there in chappaqua. pete: few sightings here and there. clayton: like sasquatch people thought they saw her. they weren't sure. she came out of woods and in scranton, pennsylvania last night. still in the you were part of the woods. an area by the way which she
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lost, which is interesting. tells you a lot about that area, blue collar area. and she spoke last night. listen to her. >> i am ready to, you know, come out of woods. [laughter] i'm rethinking my strategy though. you know, the walk in the woods stuff maybe didn't work as well. [laughter] and i'm like a lot of my friends right now. i have a hard time watching the news. i'll confess. i want to say something slightly serious and that is, you know, our country seems so divided right now. i do not believe that we can let political divides harden into personal divides. and we can't just ignore or turn a cold shoulder to someone because they disagree with us politically. we have got to keep trying to listen to each other. >> sandra: you know who seemed
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to be an unlikely fan of that speech, governor mike huckabee. we talked to him earlier and he reacted to hillary clinton saying she is sort of out of woods. listen to this. >> well, it's time for the snowflakes to melt and accept the fact that donald trump is president. and if that is her message, she can be very honest and say, look, we don't have to like what he proposes. we don't have to like him. buff we have to accept that he is the president and we have to respect the office of the presidency. if she would say that then i believe she is trying to bring us together. if all she is going to do is raise her fist in the air and say resist. well, look, it's too late to resist. that's what we do every four years. it's called an election. donald trump won. and people need to accept it. again, they don't have to like it. this is america. we are free to disagree, but we're not free to try to delegitimize the duly elected president of the united states. pete: two things on this. some suspect this is a first in a series of speeches she may give. is there a political future?
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is there a come back? mayor of new york city? some on the left love this idea. the second thing is this is the same hillary clinton on ho on february 24th let resistance plus persistence equal progress. she is all in on resist and discredit president trump. what if she did turn the corner he is legit. he is the president. we may not like him but work with him to try the solve the problems of our country. that would be refreshing. >> sandra: governor huckabee thought that speech was better than all the speeches she was making $250,000 to give. clayton: the wall street crowds. interesting when the lose and come out and seem untethered and funny. i remember al gore showing up on the long-term show when he lost funny. david letterman said wow, if that guy had run. if that guy had run for office. he might have won. pete: mitt romney documentary afterwards i love mitt romney. john mccain. >> sandra: up next, more on that breaking news out of paris this morning. a suspected terrorist shot and
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killed trying to steal a soldier's gun. carl higbie is going to be here. he is on deck to react to that and. clayton: do you panic -- you are already panicking. pete: you are panicking right now. >> sandra: sweaty palms. clayton: do you panic if you lose your cell phone? how long could did you go without it? we will find out. our own phones are being put away in lockbox this morning. pete: and ipads and watch. pete: i'm already shaking. don't shake our phones. just put them in there gently. [laughter] ♪ hard to know where to begin. the stock ratings of top analysts into a single score... and $4.95 online u.s. equity trades...
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symbicort. breathe better starting within 5 minutes. get symbicort free for up to one year. visit saveonsymbicort.com today to learn more. >> sandra: more on this fox news alert, which is now an ongoing terror investigation. the paris prosecutor's office confirming that it's antiterrorism section is looking into both the attack on soldiers guarding paris' orly as well as a shooting 90 minutes earlier that targeted police. pete: apparently the man shot dead by police was a known radicalized muslim. clayton: here with reaction is u.s. navy seal carl higbie. nice to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me. clayton: first of all, your reaction to this. >> this is something paris and france in general has been relatively reactionary to this. they have been very defensive. >> sandra: something president trump has been talking about. >> directly.
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he talked directly at cpac. his friends doesn't go to paris or france anymore. this is something on the global stage america has really taken the front seat at acting against this stuff. nobody else is really taking offensive role. clayton: how does this happen? >> they watch. the problem is you can't just arrest somebody because they are on a watch list. you can't restrict people to buy guns on the terrorist watch list. they need to actually do something. blorpght this guy did something, they need to be more aggressive about how they are you know, surveying these people. pete: president trump at cpac laid out that paris is a different place. it's changed as a fabric as a country. now you have this terror threat that is ubiquitous. how do we get in front of it in newark make sure don't infiltrate our country that don't have allegiance. >> immigration ban that trump just put forward. this ising is the hawaii judge blocked it. the first thing trump needs to do is figure out a way typically peach this judge under section 1182 it allows the president to do what he did.
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second he needs to direct all of those six countries any type of immigration or refugee program from those six countries and send them right to hawaii and see if he changes his behind mind. we need to get proactive now. >> sandra: we also saw the meeting with angela merkel the german chancellor yesterday. she and president trump did meet at the white house. >> a little tense. >> sandra: it was a little tense there was the handshake ultimately but truly the president taking america first promise to the world stage. he was pressing, they were having a preference yesterday and pressing allies to fair share for nato thonchts something that angela merkel and germans paying 1.5 of g.d.p. we have south korea limps coming up we have a global problem with north korea; if other countries don't keep
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paying their fair share we may not be stable enough for olympics in south korea: they have weapons and now enough missiles to reach our military base in our ally's areas so yeah, they are a huge problem. they are sharing technology with iran. pete: they sure are you have made pretty strong comments. as rex tillerson said secretary of state. every option needs to be on the table. some are saying whoa, are you ready to start a world war over. this peace through strength means standing up. >> i don't want a war and have to go use military action. at the end of the day, north korea has left no option. they shoot a missile, we leave shoot it down. if it leaves their area, we shoot down the military inel stall legs that it came from until they get the message. this is something that is going to continue to grow and grow and grow because of obama's limpistic foreign policies over the last 8 years. >> sandra: president trump doubling down on his confidence of the american healthcare act and that it will pass.
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>> going to be passed, i believe. i think substantially pretty quickly. >> sandra: quickly he says. governor mike huckabee joined us earlier saying the bill is still likely to change. >> the first thing that rolls out on the table is never the last thing that gets signed. everybody needs to chill a little bit and be respectful that this is a process that will see many changes. >> sandra: the house plans to vote on the bill next week. a deported killer caught trying to slip back into the u.s. border agents snagging this man. jenero deported in february after serving nine months in prison after admitting to playing a deadly game of russian roulette with a loaded revolver in tennessee. borders are crossing into canada in record numbers. border authorities saying 444
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mexicans have been detained in just first 67 days of 2017. that's more than the 410 throughout all of last year. the spike comes after canada lifted its vice is a requirement for mexican citizens in december paradiso with president trump's crack down on illegal immigration. it's hard enough for us snowflakes to survive in the desert. going forward the delicate flowers attending the university of arizona will have some help. a powerful new resource at their disposal in the form of a 20-page booklet offering advanced coping mechanisms for victims of microaggression. i knew pete would love this one. pete: love it. >> sandra: for example if someone calls you a bad name and hurts your feelings you should say ouch. pete: can't be real. >> sandra: it is. assuming your offender has read the same book and follows similar guidance he or she should reply with oops. that's real.
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it's a wonderful school by the way. pete: is it still a wonderful school? clayton: that's over the line. ouch. rick reichmuth is standing by. he brought in good news earlier this morning that spring starts, what on monday morning? >> rick: monday morning. are you ready? clayton: yes, i'm ready. >> rick: hard to tell outside this is midtown manhattan they have gotten rid of a lot of the snow. it is an icy mess all across the eastern seaboard. take a look at the maps. you are right, clayton, it is spring monday morning and there is your forecast across some select cities. phoenix 94. close to breaking records for high temperatures. dallas 87. seattle will be in the 50's this morning as you are waking up. it is chilly out there in kay buoy, maine 10 degrees with all the snow they have on the ground. seattle have you more rain coming in again. rainy setup across the southwest. down to the southeast we will see scattered showers. atlanta you are getting pretty big storms right now. might see localized flooding with that showers across parts
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of the carolinas. in towards the northeast, we have one little band moving in of snow. we will see snow throughout the day today, that will change probably into a little bit of rain. terches will be a little bit too warm. good news. big warm-up in the plains. at least for couple of days. take a look what happens by the time we get towards wednesday, we get cold again across the northeast. still hanging on to winter, guys, even though it will be spring. >> sandra: i'm looking closely. thanks for ending on that note. clayton: sorry wet blanket. thanks, rick. clayton: jamie lee curtis is worth $35 million on the internet. this morning the actress is outraged and so are ler friends that president trump won't give taxpayer money to big bird is this what the next three years are going to look like? >> sandra: plus, geraldo rivera, allen dershowitz and bill o'reilly and ed henry all here live. you cannot miss that line up. clayton: okay. i will stick around.
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pete: welcome back for quick football headlines. disgraced football quarterback collin kaepernick still in the unemployment line. his future looks bleak. a general manager tells bleacher report 70% of teams, quote, generally hate him and can't stand what he did. of course they are referring to kaepernick's season long national anthem protest which he says are now over. now he just needs a job. interceptions as well. while kaepernick is looking for a job, the nfl reportedly just hired their second female official to join sarah thomas who has been a sideline job since 2015. the league expected to announce terry as booth assistant for the upcoming
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season. clayton: celebrities taking to twitter to bash president trump's proposed budget cuts for the arts. jamie lee curtis posting after all the wars. call temperature trump can try can he not cut us out of the picture. josh gadd also tweeting this. it seems insane to have to defend the arts but here we are, the right to bear arts is what makes us great. without science and arts, who are we? and judd saying this without the arts in america, all we have is trump. do these rich celebrities have a right to be angry? here to weigh in a senior fellow at the independent women's forum and director of culture of alarmism project. julie, nice to see you this morning. do liberals have a right to be outraged about this. cutting the arts? >> look, everybody has a right to be outraged. i have a trite say they are being absurd. it is insane that today the federal government is prong up a television channel. we have cable. there is netflix.
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there is roku. there is amazon streaming. people have a ton of choices in media and so there is absolutely no reason for tax dollars to support a television station. clayton: their argument those are paid supervisors paying $9 a month for netflix. >> sure. clayton: children who grew up in certain communities who wouldn't have access to that and having public broadcasting being able to watch big bird and elmo. these parents can't afford it? >> if you look at the census data of the 47 million americans who live in poverty, two thirds of them have cable or satellite dishes. so i don't think that we have this dearth of availability of these programs for ivan poorer communities. and, look, there are a lot of community services that are free where they can get public libraries. where they can rent things. so there are sources available even for people who live at and under the poverty line. clayton: you know politics about optics, largely. >> right. clayton: why go after these programs. so much waste in the federal government. do you think that the trump
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administration went after enough other programs inaccurately and tried to cut those as well? >> i agree with you. i would like to see more cut. i think these are largely symbolic cuts. i think he is really working his base here. conservatives, republicans, libertarians have wanted cuts to pbs and npr, some of these other programs for decades. so i definitely think he is definitely trying to please his base with this. they are definitely should be deeper cuts. clayton: george w. bush tried to do the same thing. democrats also tried to accuse the president of starving the poor after proposed 3% cuts to the meals on wheels program. take a listen to mick mulvaney on this meals on wheels program. listen. >> we can't do that anymore. we can't spend money on programs just because they sound good. and great, meals on wheels sounds great. again, that's a state's decision to fund that particular portion to. take the federal money and give it to the states and say look we want to give you money for programs that don't work. we cannot defend that anymore. we are $20 trillion in debt. we are going to spend money,
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we are going to spend a lot of money. we are not going to spend ton programs that cannot show they actually deliver the promises that we have made to people. clayton: there you go. what do you make about that. >> i think he was unprepared for that question. look, the trump administration has proposed cuts to community block grants which do fund a tiny amount of that money goes to meals on wheels. but most of the federal funds for meals on wheels comes from the older american's act the trump administration has not proposed any cuts to the older american's act. it is actually a myth that meals on wheels is being cut. it's not true. meals on wheels even says. this look, we have not heard any of cuts. so, begin, this is more hysteria from the left, this narrative fits in with this whole trump's a monster, he doesn't care about children or the elderly. really the press ran with this headline yesterday when there is absolutely no truth to it. clayton: julie gunlock keeping thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me.
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clayton: still ahead the trump administration taking next step getting illegals out of our country even faster. are you like me? do you panic if you lose your cell phone? how long could you go without it? we're going to find out, sandra can't handle it. we are going to put our cell phones in a lockbox and not have them for the next two hours to see if we can handle it. ♪ i knew just what to say ♪ now i found out today ♪ the words that slimmed away ♪ on the u.s. postal service? because when they ship with us, their business becomes our business. ♪ that's why we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. ♪ here, there, everywhere. united states postal service priority : you
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clayton: have you ever had this moment where you are going to work, 15 minutes into your drive and you realize oh no, i have left my cell phone at home. sandra: brutal.
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pete: traveler to new york i got out of the cab the cab drives away, i don't have my cell phone. clayton: what did we do 10 years ago when we didn't have these things. a lot calmer, a lot saner, probably a lot nicer. clayton: new study out how stressful it is for people to lose those connected gadgets. sandra: when pete put my phone into that box right there. clayton: we have a lockbox. sandra: producer told us we weren't going to have our smart discreet populations of neurons next two hours. i thought she was going to slip it back to me. pete: i said no, this box right here. clayton: not fake news, sandra. we are really doing it our phones are in here. sap san this is brutal. what about like our viewers. our audience. i was interacting. pete: send us your comments and thoughts we will read them at the end of the show. sandra: clayton took my ipad and put it in his backpack. clayton: i have to prove to our audience here like david
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copper field style. pete: clayton, what's on your wrist? clayton, what's on your wrist? clayton: that's apple watch. pete: give it to peter. clayton: can you open this? [laughter] clayton: pete our producer is in charge of this just take it. >> open it, prove to the audience they are in there. pete: while he works on this. sandra: oh my gosh we will not be able to get our cell phones back ever. clayton: key is broken? sandra: he really can't get into the box. oh, okay. there they are. sandra: three cell phones. pete: cell phones are in there. clayton: we wanted you to go. sandra: clayton, the watch, please. did you hear that? stress level is going up right now. clayton: all right. pete. what else do i have to hear.
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i'm like james bond. pete: you heard that gut errol from clayton. makes people stressed. what makes people the most stressed? obviously the death of a death of a spouse or freangeted separation, divorce, identity theft, planning a wedding. all of that you see terrorist threats are there. 5.84 just below it. loading a smart phone. clayton: that's unbelievable. so true. not just about our text messaging or staying connected with family. these are full-on computers now. everything in our personal life, our health data, everything is in that phone, right? >> sandra: i think a big part of it for people is pictures, too. family pictures. they are afraid of losing them if they haven't uploaded to the cloud. pete: no one any connects to the cloud. clarify clay lose pictures of babies because they didn't back it up. sandra: all addicted. pete: send them emails. we can't read them. maybe they will read them.
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clayton: can you fax us? [laughter] we want you at home to see if you can for the next two hours saturday morning. put your gadgets down completely. sandra: except for tv. leave that on. clayton: put your gadgets away. see if you can do it. interact with your family. sandra: i just reached for it horrible. clayton: later in the show we will have psychotherapist on. we will talk about this a little bit. we need some therapy. sandra: we may need to lay clayton down on the. pete: i hear him shaking the box over there move on but keep on this topic. most schools have banned prayer in class. one school may be bucking the trend by encouraging it but only if you're muslim? sandra: a big two hours ahead, geraldo rivera, congressman sean duffy will be here. and mr. bill o'reilly himself. he wasn't even on his own show last night but he's here this morning to talk to us and ed henry will be joining us. they will all be here live.
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clayton: there goes peter with our cell phones. pete: i just reached for mine. sandra: nobody told me this was real. ♪ all i need is a miracle ♪ all i need is you ♪
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sandra: a fox news alert. france on high alert this morning. a suspected terrorist is dead after seize ago soldier's gun at the airport in paris. >> chance lore merkel it's a great honor. we will do a couple of questions. >> are there from time to time tweets through regret? >> very seldom. >> i will hold our emperor god trump harmless on obamacare. he is supposed to be building a wall, deporting the illegals. imposing refugee ban. >> i think all the refugees should go to hawaii. >> the secret service is under fire tonight for two separate incidents. >> that jumper that jumped the fence here at the white house friday may have been on the grounds for at least 16 minutes before being detected. meanwhile, in new york, annual investigation is also underway into the whereabouts of a
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secret service lab top. >> stunning confession from former dnc chair donna brazile she leaked cnn town hall questions to hillary clinton. >> i have a hard time watching the news. so i was thinking like okay, what do we do? you know, walk in the woods. you can only do so much of that. i am ready to, you know, come out of the woods. [laughter] >> well, it's springtime. time for the snowflakes to melt and accept the fact that donald trump is president. clayton: what's a five-letter word for large italian lake? do you guys know what that is? pete: large italian lake. big news here. clayton: this is what it is like not to have a smart phone. pete: we don't have phones this morning because we gave them up for two hours on the show. led me to read the failing "new york times." is this what it takes to get
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me to read the failing "new york times." clayton: pete are -- was priester our producer supposed to have that in a lockbox. stop playing with our gadgets, peter. sandra: oh my gosh. do you want to know what happened during commercial break after we gave up cell phones. peeft aged looked at each other like. pete: what do we do? clayton: get me a newspaper now. i certainly don't want to be stuck talking to you guys. sandra: i have been like three minutes in for the next point. see how the next hour goes. clayton: bill o'reilly can't stand the gadgets. he will be up in a little while. we will talk to him live on the show. how far we handle not having a smart phone. pete: how does it make you feel. clayton is without his ipad, watch, phone. starting to shake. sandra: took my ipad and put it in his backpack. clayton: for your own good. pete: we are all in this together, folks. clayton: go back to doing the word jumbo. sandra: a fox news alert. we have been following this story all morning long and
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continues to break. a live look at paris' orly airport where a terrorist is dead exchanging fire with airport security and now dead the suspect known radical muslim and. the same man shot an officer in northern paris earlier today before stealing a car. former u.s. navy seal carl higbie was here earlier to react. >> they need to actually do something. and whether or not this guy did something, they just need to be more aggressive about how they're surveil these people. sandra: there are reports that the man's father and brother have also been taken into custody. no one else was hurt but the airport has been shut down and evacuated. an urgent manhunt underway right now for these three escaped inmates who may be armed. authority say they broke out of an oklahoma prison through an airconditioning vent before
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stealing two pickup trucks. one of those trucks had a gun inside. police say they may have split up but don't have a history of violence. they were locked up for flown property crimes. ghost calls causing mass confusion with texas 911 operators leading to two deaths, including an infant. t mobile customers unable to make emergency phone calls for as much as an half an hour thanks to the mysteriously jammed lines. two people, one man and an infant in dallas passing away from the delays. authorities have no idea what's causing the issue. and msnbc rachel maddow's ratings plummeting in the wake of monday night's big tax scam. >> what i have here is a copy of donald trump's tax returns. for the record the first amendment gives us the right to publish this return. it is not illegally published. nor are w we fake. pinch me, i'm real. sandra: refer that?
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maddow's down 36% in total viewers the night after making those tax revelations or lack thereof. the decline even sharper in the adults 25 to 54 category. that key demo which was down 54% from tuesday. maddow getting flack from both sides over hyping her show to ultimately review veal, nothing about president trump and his taxes from 2005. pete: opposite of what they have been accusing that he doesn't pay taxes oops. sandra: that's what you are supposed to say. pete: ouch. pete: new snowflake language. clayton: get to this. unfolding overnight in paris because a man is dead after stealing a soldier's gun, grabbing a soldier's gun. this guy was a known terrorist. or he was on the watch list. he weighs radicalized muslim, they had been watching him. they fortunately after he grabbed the gun opened fire. he was shot dead. pete: attempted terrorist attack at a paris airport. this is what the authorities there have talked about. you know, president trump has
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been talking about this for a while. other attacks have occurred. last month at cpac president trump addressed france and paris. and the new reality there. here is what the president said just last month. >> take a look at what's happened to france. take a look at noich and paris. i have a friend. he is a very, very substantial guy. he loves the city of lights. he loves paris. for years every year during the summer he would go to paris. it was automatic with his wife and his family. i hadn't seen him in a while. and i said jim, let me ask you a question. how is paris doing? paris? i don't go there anymore. paris is no longer paris. pete: so the president took a lot of criticism for that comment. paris is no longer paris. sandra: earlier we had on his former campaign manager corey lewandowski. we asked him about all of this. he said furthermore this is why trump's travel ban needs
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to be in place. >> this is all the more reason why eight u.s. code 1182, which is the u.s. code which allows the president to preclude people from comin into the country who want to commit harm to us has to be fully in effect. and two federal judges who who are legislating from the bench continue to prevent the united states from making sure that their own interests are at stake here. what i don't understand is, look, we see a taste attack in paris today. you know, what we want to make sure and what the president wants to make sure is a that people coming from yemen and libya, and somalia have proper background checks before they come to our country and potentially do us harm. it's nothing is more important to the president than keeping our people safe. and these two federal judges who put a stay on his executive order, you know, i think it's a shame what they've done and we cannot allow terrorism to come to our shores. clayton: the trump administration not backing down on extreme vetting order which has now been blocked by hawaiian judge and another federal judge saying they are going to go after this and
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appeal. this the president says this is a watered down bill. i didn't want to put this one forward. i want to go back to the original one again. pete: the president meeting with german chancellor angela merkel. luke at france. you look at belgium. you look at germany. these are countries where they let in floods of people from places with a lot of instability. with views that are different, maybe less tolerant than the societies they are interesting into. using a lot of welfare benefits. they are not demanding as much assimilation and allegiance as you want. that changes the fabric of your country. president trump is simply saying we want to know who is coming here. we want to know if you live america. we're going to put a pause in place until you have a documentation system that tells us how are. we have a preview. it's called france. it's called the former city of lights that has these terrorist attacks and has been fundamentally changed from within. that's the depth of the policy discussion. folks criticized him saying paris isn't paris. they missed whole thing. will your country be able to preserve what it really is. sandra: this goes back to donald trump fulfilling his
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campaign promises saying he is going to make america safe again. he says this travel ban is the step in the right direction of doing that. clayton: one of these new steps we are hearing about is the deploying of judges, these immigration judges heading to 12 u.s. cities trying to speed up deportations. pete: think about that. refugee ban being challenged in court restriction who would be coming here from what countries. looking to immigration enforcement, continually talks about the wall will be built and those committing crimes here illegally. part of what mexico has been trying to do this whole time is gunk up the works by challenging all of those deportations which means they get clogged in court. the trump administration, again, to their credit, the doj is saying not so fast. we are going to deploy judges from places where there isn't a backlog to where they are and expedited the deportations of people. that was announced yesterday as well. we are going to enforce our laws. clayton: kind of like fiber in your diet. pete: something else.
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clayton: same page. clayton: let's talk about donna brazile she was the debate cheater. she had given questions ahead of time to the clinton campaign. sandra: she said she didn't. clayton: she said she didn't. when challenged on it, when she was asked that question. here is a flashback. she was asked that question because when the john podesta emails leaked hers were in that mix from wikileaks. she said you didn't read my emails. listen. >> do you owe the voters an apology for passing a question for a town hall -- excuse me, off to the hillary clinton campaign. >> you know what? i wish when you got your facts, you read -- you read the emassments. >> i did read a lot of them. >> you clearly did not read my emails, sir. no one has ever, ever shared questions with any of us involved in cnn. sandra: not so much. she is finally coming clean on leaking those deat a time questions which she so adamantly denied. quote among the many things
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did i in my role as dnc chair prior to assuming the dnc chair position was to share potential town hall topics with the clinton campaign. my job was to make all our democratic candidates look good. and i worked closely with both campaigns to make that happen. but sending those emails was a mistake i will forever regret. pete: you heard me reading the newspaper. i wasn't ignoring you. one i don't have my cell phone so i can't look at that i was looking at the headline where disgravessed campaign chair -- i don't see it. clayton: maybe page 32. pete: sometimes stories like that, when the truth actually comes out just doesn't quite make it. sandra: look at you with your "new york times." clayton: so sweet adorable you are reading that. pete: i have to take away because you took away -- clayton: i didn't take away your cell phone. pete: that's true. clayton: tearing into the mainstream media over the coverage this week.
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>> where was your passion and where was your concern when they all said there was no connection to russia? where was it then? crickets from you guys. because at the end of the day. clayton: does he have a point. eric ericson on deck. pete: tensions rising. should he be scared? there he is right over the secretary of state's head. maybe not so much. ♪ secret agent man ♪ secret agent man ♪ giving you a number and giving away your name ♪
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thing you cover it ad nauseam. [inaudible] >> hold on. i understand that, jonathan, where was your passion and where was your concern when they all said that there was no connection to russia. where was it then? >> crickets from you guys whfment evidence comes outs and people who have been briefed on the russia connection comes out and say there is nothing they that they have seen that prove the connection. you don't cover that choose to per pet quake a false narrative. pete: good stuff. that's sean spicer he tearing into the press. founder of the insurgency. >> eric: son. good morning. >> good morning. >> where was the follow-up when it came to the fact that there really was no evidence that the trump campaign ever was in collusion with the russians? why are they only on one side of this? >> well, because they want to believe it you know, if you go back the very first articles on trump with russia connections began substantively to appear right after he got the republican
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nomination in july of last year. and the second or third paragraph would always contain a statement saying there is no evidence or there are no proven connections. and then the rest of the story would be speculation about what there was. even going to december, president obama saying there was no connection, there is no evidence. into january the same thing. and even the latest rounds of february and march, the press puts in a sentence or two there is no evidence but hey, let's speculate anyway. that's because they view themselves as part of the resistance and part of the democrats to oppose the president. pete: we will put up a fox news poll shows just 44% of americans have great deal or some confidence in the media again, a good portion of that number. >> that's too many. pete: yeah, exactly. some competence nit media is there any way. do you vision any scenario in which the media starts to be honest broker and starts to have passion against cut against trump you could get some semblance of fair reporting. >> probably not.
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have you got to keep in mind most of the news rooms in the country have news screens how many people are on their website at the given moment whether it's "the washington times" or the "new york post" they know scandal stories get big traffic. they view every story about donald trump as a scandal and they watch the web traffic come in. as they are moving their business models that way, they are more and more focused on trying to play up a scandal whether or not there is any. pete: of course. there is ongoing discussion also about the wiretapping side of this discussion. they are all over that the failing "new york times" this morning has more on whether or not the wiretapping was true or not true. do you see any bit more evidence of that not being true than, say, there's evidence of russian collusion? it seems that there's -- it's apples to oranges here. >> yeah. you know, it doesn't seem like there is any evidence at all that trump tower was wiretapped. but we do know that people who work for donald trump had existing business ties to russians. we know that the national security apparatus does when they come into contact with people like that. they look into them.
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it seems most plausible that the people that were around donald trump were talking to russians about their preexisting business relationships not about the trump campaign. the media is not reporting that side of it. yeah, was there national security probe? probably. so did they find anything? obviously not. but, the media is ignoring the on i couldn't believobviously n. pete: i love the word passion by sean spicer. he stands behind the podium and imrop answers questions. this is the question we should be talking about. what would be the story that. thateric erickson would be talking about. what's going on with north korea north korea. south china. north korea seems like it can be emboldened saber. rex tillerson is there. they are spending more time focusing on the fact that rex tillerson went to china and asia without a lot of reporters with him. that's their focus as opposed
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to north korea. pete: or staff members. they are picking and choosing. the american people are wise to it i know you as a fox news contributor and founder of the injurinsurgent. >> thank you. pete: trump administration form a peeling the revised immigration order. attorney and lifelong he re allen dershowitz said it shouldn't be blocked in the first place. he joins us live next with very interesting take. is hillary clinton hinting at a come back already? is she coming out of woods? what she said last night that has everyone talking this morning ♪ i'm coming out ♪ i want the world to know ♪ got to let it show ♪ what's the best way to get
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clayton: welcome back. quick headlines for you. ibm is investing in our troops. planning to hire 2,000 veterans over the next four years. training programs and software used for defense and law enforcement. netflix is about to save you minutes of your life. you'll never have to watch the opening credits again. it's testing out the skip intro button online. they draw out these features to test them out. new feature allows to you dive right into the show during the testing phase. only available for a few shows like stranger things and friends. i don't agree with that i like the theme song to stranger things. sandra: it's because our attention spans are so little. we can't even handle the fact that we are without our phones right now. clayton: debate about that. that's true. sandra: president trump refusing to back down on extreme vetting as the trump administration formally files an appeal against the ruling. that blocked the president's latest travel order. pete: but our next guest is lifelong democrat and says the executive order should have
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been upheld in court in the first place. clayton: defense attorney and harvard law professor emeritus allen dershowitz joins us for this. great to see you this morning. these judges overstep their bounds? >> i think they did. the idea of focusing so heavily on campaign rhetoric and essentially saying, look, if obama had issued the very same order with it would be constitutional. but if trump issues it it's unconstitutional because he said some things about muslims in the run-up to the campaign or rudy giuliani said some things and other people said some things. that's not the way the law is supposed to operate. and finally, the trump justice department is getting smart. they are appealing this not to the ninth circuit where they are likely to get an adverse ruling. they are appealing it to the fourth circuit. the fourth circuit is a much more conservative court. and much more likely to uphold the travel ban and then if the case goes to the supreme court and ties 4 to 4, trump wins. pete: professor, what you are
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saying in studying the constitution what candidate trump said about a so-called muslim ban or whatever, that you are sort of psycho analyzing him as a candidate and applying it to their constitutional theory. is there precedent for that? >> well, i actually said that this wasn't constitutional analysis. it was psycho analysis. there is precedent in extreme cases where legislators in an in enacting a statute say things that you can look to the legislative intent. i have never heard of a case where the rhetoric of a candidate, ambiguous rhetoric to be sure. because i do not believe this is a muslim ban. focusing on a country like iran. the greatest exporter of terrorism. not only no vetting. it sends terrorists out in order to kill americans. iran has so much blood on its hands of americans and american allies to exclude a country like iran from the list would be absurd. and the list, although for a different purpose, was
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originally designed by president obama. so how can you say that the inclusion of the six country dries on the list was motivated by what mr. trump said when he was candidate trump. that's just not good legal analysis. and here i'm putting my reputation on the line. i predict if the case gets to the supreme court, the supreme court will uphold the major provisions of this ban. sandra: all right. professor, as pete mentioned at the top, you're a life-long democrat and a very lengthy "new york times" piece, bernie sanders was asked about the future of the democratic party. and what the party stands for, his response certain live there are some people in the democratic party who want to maintain the status quo. they would rather go down with the titanic so long as they have first class seats. clayton: ouch. sandra: i would ask you what does the party stand for? >> well, it certainly doesn't stand for sanders. sanders, first of all, was never a democrat. he was an independent and a socialist.
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he is not the mainstream of the democratic party. and if the democratic party moves left towards sanders, toward keith els, it's doomed. it has to regain the support from middle americans in the rust belt states, traditional democrats. you want to call that status quo, fine. i call it the vibrant center. i want to return america to the center where good conservatives and good liberals, centerrists can argue with each other and get the radicals, the extreme leftists like sanders marginalized along with the extreme rightist like the alt right. let's bring the debate back to the center. call that the status quo, hey, america is great with the status quo. the democratic party won often with the status quo. let's not turn the democratic party into the british labor party which is now dead in the water. the democrats have to move to the center not to the left. sandra: well, fellow democrats would see otherwise. a fox news poll revealed 61%
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either strongly or somewhat favor bernie sanders. clayton: a lot of young people. thanks, allen, great to see you. >> yes, thank you. pete: coming up, most schools have banned prayer in classrooms for a long time. is one school bucking the trend by encouraging it instead for muslims? sandra: is hillary clinton hinting at a come back already? she said something last night that has everybody talking this morning. ed henry will be here to react to that. clayton: looking very serious. ♪ going off the rails on a crazy train ♪ i'm going off the rails on a crazy train ♪ on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and 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
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to take advantage of this offer on a volvo s90, visit your local dealer. ♪ here's my number ♪ so call me maybe pete: oh my goodness. so our phones are locked away in a box. clayton: our hair and makeup crews have taken our phones out. this is not fair by the way especially when we have private messages. clayton: two hours given up our gadgets, ipads, anything we can text and communicate put them in a locked box. pete: apparently not locked. sandra: i think i just had the longest conversation with you. clayton: i have been here 10 years. i talked to rick reichmuth for thest first time. he seems like a nice guy.
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pete: sandra was sitting like this during the break i don't know what to do. sandra: i don't know what to do with myself. clayton: kevin emails into the system. we didn't get to read it because we don't have email. this is crazy when i don't have the phone in my pocket i sometimes have phantom vibrations on my leg. i reach into my pocket. what what is it doing to us. phantom vibrations is a real thing. sandra: i have asked the teens if i gave them $20 if they gave me their cell phone at church. no one accepted the challenge. we are addicted. no phone, no ipad no, problem. pete: that's where i say as a parent you are still dictator. church, mine. sandra: church is bad. i don't even look at mine in church. clayton: ed henry. is addicted to his phone. during commercial breaks. i have seen him. addicted to twitter. like a kid being addicted to nintendo. ed, will you join me.
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ed: i went on twitter and said who should i give the first signed copy of my book to, and i listed all of you. and overwhelmingly people are saying sandra. sandra: yes. >> i'm coming to new york and bring it to her. someone said you left out rick on my tweet. he is out there braving the elements. i'm going to have to bring a second book for him. sorry, guys. clayton: include rick on the no cell phone use. pete: should have. clayton: loophole. pete: speaking of out in the woods. hillary clinton has been spending a lot of time out in the woods hiking since she lost the election. she is back out. she has come out and gave a speech just yesterday in scranton, pennsylvania. a place where pointed out didn't have much success during the campaign. this is what she had to say. i want to get to you reacted to it, ed. >> i am ready, you know, to come out of woods. [laughter] i'm rethinking my strategy though. you know the walk in the woods stuff maybe didn't work as well. [laughter] and, you know, i'm like a lot of my friends right now. i have a hard time watching the news. i'll confess.
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[laughter] i want to say something slightly serious and that is, you know, our country seems so divided right now. i do not believe that we can let political divides harden into personal divides. and we can't just ignore or turn a cold shoulder to someone because they disagree with us politically. we have got to keep trying to listen to each other. sandra: hmmm. pete: is this a new hillary clinton ready to listen? >> maybe. i'm skeptical because i covered both her and bernie sanders. i'm thinking back. put aside donald trump for a moment. back in those primaries that got pretty rough. the last thing she was talking about was unity with bernie sanders and his forces. it got nasty and personal and it was negative. and then a lot of those bernie folks probably either stayed home or some of them working class voters went with donald
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trump. when she is talking about bringing people together she didn't do it in the democratic primaries. then fast forward to that final debate with donald trump that chris wallace moderated. remember when he asked about will you accept the election results? hillary clinton was so judgmental about how donald trump, it was horrifying for our democracy that donald trump didn't seem like he would accept the election results if he lost. then she loses, and she basically hasn't accepted the results since that minute. and what has she done in the last 50, 60 days to try to bring the country together? just name one thing. you can't. clayton: maybe that speech is the first salvo. we will see. i want to ask you about, this ed. this is the story i'm most fascinated about this morning. what's going on with the secret service. >> unbelievable. clayton: unbelievable. now we have learned that a laptop was stolen from the secret service that had plans to trump tower, floor plans to trump tower in there. and now we're also learning more about the white house jumper that jumped over the
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fence last week. and apparently he was in the white house for 15 minutes? >> that's the most. sandra: roaming the grounds of it. >> most remarkable thing i have ever heard about secret service. i want to press everything i say covering the white house for 10 years i got to know a lot of secret service. uniformed officers, agents, officials. i have got great respect for them. they protect the president. they protect the staff, the family. and a lot of them do amazing professional work. however, you look at the laptop first of all, plans to trump tower. this is serious stuff. they say there is encryption in the laptop so they will be able to destroy that remotely and presumably people will not get those plans. we certainly hope they don't get them to try to do harm. i'm told as well by secret service source that the laptop was like sort of a street crime. this was not russia or china or someone getting the laptop. it was a street crime. someone didn't even know it was a secret service laptop and on and unlikely to be able to do something. we will see. what sandra mentioned about roaming around is the worst thing i have heard.
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there are multiple alarms and buzzers and sensors that are supposed to go off. you have multiple layers of security that failed. first of all this intruder gets over the fence. how is that possible after all the fence jumpers we have heard about in recent years and they told us, of the public again and again we have fixed it, we have fixed it. then he gets over the fence somehow. doesn't set off buzzers, alarms, there are supposed to be uniformed officers all over the place. he wanders around for 15 minutes. the president, by the way, is upstairs sleeping presumably, and the guy is rattling the door trying to get in. and he had a backpack, thank god he didn't have -- i don't want to name. so potential things he could have done to wreak havoc. he got that close to the president? give me a break. sandra: actively looking for that missing laptop that clayton talked about that disappeared from a secret service officer outside of her brooklyn home. >> i'm told they are also, that stolen as well were some
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secret service pins that you could use for access to buildings, the white house, or whatever. they recovered the pins and recovered the secret service radio. that's good news they got that back. you are right, they are still looking for the laptop. they say they can reminnesotaly destroy what's on that laptop. let's hope they can. because if they can't there is serious stuff on that. pete: make sure you seal your phone. sandra: i would love to see what you are tweeting. >> tweeting about this baseball that halls the cover of my book on it i will sign it for you, sandra. sandra: love it love the green. clayton: human conversations? he had. >> sandra never talks to me when i co-anchor with her. she is on my phone. and i'm on my phone. hopefully we will get to do that on "fox & friends weekend." we will actually talk to each other. pete: actually a very nice person. sandra: lovely morning. ed, any time. a look at your headlines this morning. a deported killer trying to
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slip back into the u.s. border agents snagging this man, gal vin. serving nine months in prison after playing a deadly game of russian roulette with a loaded revolver in tennessee. he now faces felony immigration charges. a north korean soldier caught spying on our nation's top diplomat. the soldier seen peering through a window friday taking pictures of rex tillerson at the demilitarized zone, separating north and south korea. tillerson three-point saudi arabia shah has been focused on north korea escalating nuclear threat. secretary of state meeting with foreign minister this morning last stop on trip. one texas high school taking heat this morning from the state's attorney general for operating a special prayer room that he claims is specifically tailored to muslim students. those students who pray up to five times each day in between class say they don't have time to leave and attend their local mosque.
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texas a.g. ken paxton sent a letter to the superintendent calling this a clear violation of the first amendment. the school responded by saying he was just drying to politicize the issue and all students, regardless of religion, are welcome to join their muslim classmates in that prayer room. >> one of the student-lead where the students are organizing. we pretty much as a school stay out of that and allow them their freedom to practice their religion. sandra: email us. tell us what you think about that. friends@foxnews.com. pete: this is a real thing. in minnesota my father is an athletic director a lot of schools are dealing with this with a larger population. double standard. cryptions have wanted to do the same thing for years have been denied but it's happening on the other side. let us know what you think. clayton: get it outside to rick reichmuth. sandra: won't be able to see it until after the show. clayton: hey, rick. >> absolutely exciting. rick: they think it's cold here. it's a little bit chilly it will change.
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it's march. this is the time when it changes. take a look at the maps. it's 36 right here. 11 in caribou, maine. could be worse. today see snow moving in across parts of the lakes. coastal areas. nothing cause too many problems. down across the southeast rain showers north georgia, especially. texas, where you came from, a beautiful day in towards the northern plains. not that bad either. and a lot more precipitation coming in across parts of the west. head home to dallas. head home to texas. back to you guys. sandra: give it up. inside and go in the lockbox. clayton: he is having trouble hearing us. pete: weather man loophole. that's not a thing. have you got give it up. clayton: coming up on the show try to get rick's cell phone. president trump gearing up for repeal and replace. think they have the votes to pass it is wisconsin congressman sean duffy a yes?
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♪ ♪ >> obamacare is dead. it's a dead healthcare plan. it's not even healthcare plan, frankly. there is no good news about obamacare. obamacare is dead. i want everyone to know i'm 100 percent behind it. i also want everyone to know that all of these nos or potential nos are all yeses. sandra: president trump gearing up for the final push to repeal and replace obamacare as you just saw. clayton: what should we expect from the house vote next week here to react is congressman sean duffy. congressman, great to see you this morning. >> you too. good morning. i was hanging here on my phone. i still have mine. i know you guys don't have yours. i'm doing well. clayton: we have given up our phone for two hours.
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sandra: you have in wausau. do you have good coverage up there. >> yeah. i thought you would be shaking without your phone you can't check it out. clayton: we don't know what to do with ourselves. i have got to ask you though. you heard the president saying all of those nos will be yeses. have you switched your voight. do you think all of those other nos will switch to yes? >> you have to take a step back. this is the one opportunity that we are going to have to repeal and replace obamacare. and legislation is never perfect. you never get everything that you want because have you 435 house members and 100 senators. you all have to come together and get a package that works. perfection can't be the enemy of the good. so i'm a yes. because a no would be a guarantee that you have obamacare in perpetuity. the president came out and said i have got the study committee. i'm a member of that group. a conservative group in the house with some tweaks they will be on board. they will vote for obamacare repeal and replace. one of the problems is the free doom caucus where have
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you 18 to 24 men and women in that group. they are saying they are going to be a no. donald trump is going to have to kick up his negotiating skills. the art of the deal, and bring those guys. in we can't pass this bill without them. sandra: i was going to ask you, congressman, how is he doing on that, the messaging on this, the selling of this? you just heard him say he is 100 percent behind the bill. is he doing what it's going to take to get everybody to come around? >> well, i'm not going to criticize the president. i will tell you i think he has had a soft approach so far. he has started now to just engage in the process. but he is going to have to be far more involved. he has to signal to the rest of america, to the rest of conservatives that he supports this package. and, you know, if you have a member of congress or senator no in direct opposition to donald trump. if he more publicly going to go to a rally in, i believe, in kentucky, this coming week, this is going to come up for a vote on thursday. so, he can apply a lot of pressure with rallies.
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but, also, if he fires up the dewitter machine and starts putting pressure on members of congress to get to yes, i think he will. i think we have to recognize, too, there is a lot of the people who are nos on this healthcare repeal and replace, they were never supporters of donald trump. we have to bring them into the fold and get a package that works. one quick point. if we don't get this done, then you don't get tax reform done. you don't get repeal and replace of dodd frank. you basically stop the whole trump agenda. in the first -- before the first 100 days are even over. we can't let that happen. so critics say he shouldn't have done this first. what do you think? >> i think he had to do it first. because you want to get rid of the obamacare taxes before you do tax reform. i think this was key to get healthcare first, tax second. we can still make it happen but donald has tone gauge hard in the next week. sandra: congressman sean duffy. thank you for joining us. back to my phone, guys. see you later. sandra: yeah. clayton: bill o'reilly is coming up next.
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♪ ♪ sandra: so hard not to sing this but it is a tale as old as time. but now it's being told in a completely new way. disney is taking its beloved classic beauty and the beast and giving it a live makeover. clayton: that's right. fox senior vp of marketing michael tammero takes us into the spotlight. >> the movie opened in theaters yesterday and everyone is buzzing about the move from animation to live action. what about making a disney classic? let's take a look. ♪ >> show me the girl.
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>> look at her. what if she is the one? the one who will break the spell? >> what was your favorite part about playing the character? >> it's what i look for in things in general. you know, things that excite me in different ways. you'll join me for dinner. that's not a q. >> this intersection of technology and fairy tale is very, very exciting. the possibilities are now. >> actually madam, the wardrobe and i am sort of larger than life character. how you cannot be when you are a wardrobe. she is very much a diva and also very much into fashion. >> what is it about this story that sort of with stands the test of time do you think? >> think we all identify with the beast in some ways. because he is in this prison of his own making. i think we can all feel for that. >> one of the things that disney touches on magically feeling of outsiderness and love and redemption away from that. >> what makes a fairy tale a classic every generation sees something new and different.
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>> we all want to be seen for who we are on the inside. not only about learning to love someone. it's about learning to love yourself. ♪ rising in the east ♪ beauty and the beast ♪ clayton: get a little tear. >> song will be in your head all day now. beauty and beast looks to be opening up to $170 million this weekend. all-time record for march. sandra: wow. clayton: march is like the new summer bloc blockbuster. >> summer schedule is so crowded they are find ago space in early summer. sandra: one of of my childhood favorites i will disclose. to see it come to life that's pretty need. it will be a big hit. >> strategy from animated to live action. sandra: very cool. clayton: worked with cinderella. thanks, michael. sandra: good to see you. pete: the trump administration reportedly taking the next
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>> france on high alert, suspected terrorist is dead after seizing a folder's gun at an airport in paris. >> it was a great honor for a couple questions. >> tweets that you regret? >> he is supposed to be building the wall, deporting illegals, imposing the refugee been, i think all the refugees should go to hawaii. >> secret service is under fire for two separate incidents, the fence jumper on friday, they have been other grounds for at least 16 minutes. >> that is the worst thing i
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have heard. >> in new york and investigation into a secret service laptop. the laptop was a street crime, this was not russia or china, stunning confession from john of brazil, she the cnn's townhall questions to hillary clinton. >> have a hard time watching the news. >> what do we do? >> walk in the woods. >> i am ready to come out of the woods. >> time for the snowflakes to melt, donald trump is president >> that is peter. >> a story that you produce a cell phone you don't have your phone people say it is anxiety
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what you don't have them. >> i have emailed you guys all morning. >> where is yours, handed over. >> the lockbox -- >> a little worried. >> sitting here shaking. >> somebody captured it on their cell phone video, they should confiscate all cell phone videos before you get into a club. >> he was having fun. >> you don't know what we were going to ask him. >> we emailed you the topics for 9:00. send it to us via carrier pigeon. >> let me say one thing about one thing. i was at the hotel, me and my french each of cheech and chong,
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it is not my real name but don't call me chong. and interview he was doing, one of those speed dating match.com evenings. as i'm sitting at the corner of the bar with all these people coming in, that is what angela merkel and donald trump reminded me of, he refused to shake her hand. i have no idea what was going on but it was so awkward. my wife was laughing out loud. >> imagine doing your speed dating thing and geraldo rivera is watching. >> you don't want this guy. >> what happened in paris overnight, echoes of what president trump was talking about when he was meeting with angela merkel, this idea that you open your borders, allowing people who are not being vetted. a change the structure and complexity of germany for the worse. 's argument during the campaign and meeting her face-to-face and
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in paris yesterday we see a gunman grabbed a security officer, radicalized muslim grabbed the guy's gun, shot and killed, president trump talked about paris, how this is a changed place. >> >> i spent three weeks in paris and the biggest difference in paris. tax and now is now you can get reservations in the great restaurants where before you couldn't. >> i don't know if this guy is french, third-generation french it became radicalized, people become radicalized like people rob their parents, they need opioids. >> people were not getting radicalized and attacking airports. whether it is first-generation or second-generation or third-generation, just last month it looks different at heitkamp. >> do you say donald trump said
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no muslim immigrants, therefore they will never get a law passed because people know his real intention is to ban this entire religion? is a clash of civilizations? >> you are bringing up the constitutionality of this. we had alan dershowitz on the show and let's play it for those who might have been asleep. >> i do not believe this is a muslim band. focusing on a country like iran, the greatest exporter of terrorism, not only no vetting but since terrorists out in order to kill americans. iran has so much blood on its hands of americans and american allies to exclude a country like iran would be absurd and the list is a different purpose, originally designed by president obama. the exclusion of 6 countries on the list was motivated by what esther trump said when he was
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candidate trump. that is not legal analysis. the case gets to the supreme court, the supreme court will uphold the provisions of this man. >> people coming into the country. why not extreme vetting of countries that want to do is harm? >> the most brilliant legal mind in the country and technically correct that the bill, the executive order as drafted is constitutional and statutory. if i were to say for six month you are a creep, i don't like you, i go on television and say clayton is my best friend will you listen to me when i was on intelligence and you are my best friend for everything that happened in the last 6 months? donald trump has made it impossible in the near term to pass a refugee been because everybody heard him 100 times say muslim band. the judge's job is not to look
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at campaign rhetoric and apply it -- >> it is unprecedented to take campaign language and decide what a bill does and they wrote it to focus on radical islam. >> to this extent i will agree with professor dershowitz. of the supreme court when they finally get it has tween 9 members, second of all it is months from now. the more distance you get from the campaign the stronger the president's case. right now he has polluted the air with all due respect, you know i love the guy, you can't say muslim band 100 times or thousand times and then say don't remember what i said last week, remember what i am saying now. you can't do that and expect the judge to be so cloistered to not listen to the facts and circumstances surrounding the issuance. i just think we are bound by
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precedent and say x, and people to forget you said it. >> these judges being deployed, immigration judges heading to 12 us cities to speed up deportation. >> that is a very important issue. i have no problem with efficient deployment of federal assets to the with a severe problem. if you want to put judges in areas where there are high concentrations of undocumented whose cases have not been resolved, you cannot argue with that. if the program works it works and if it works better for areas of low concentration and high concentration that is fine. order on the 7 border, security on the southern border, you know how i feel about that. you want to spend money on the
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wall, i really do believe the issue is much bigger than that. what you have now, picture this scenario. the keep -- the chief justice of the california supreme court said to the federal government, to attorney general jeff sessions, dhs secretary-general john kelly, i don't want your ice agents in my court room. why were they going to the courtroom? easy trolling. a civil lawsuit, witness in the criminal case and trapped audience in the courtroom. they could tell who is from guatemala or el salvador. maybe racial profiling but practical police work, where are you from? come with me. what you have now, everybody has
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to listen to this. the potential of that ice agents coming in, conflict with local cop, with a county sheriff, the state police, can you imagine california's local county and state cops against federal ice officers and stand off at the court room, how are we going to deal with this? if they are after criminal aliens, those judges you talked about, why aren't those judges issuing a warrant? if you issue a warrant nobody can deny a federal warrant, you have to change it. you look like an el salvador in, then i want a warrant, that is josé jones, he's a criminal, we want a man of the country and i have a federal warrant and nobody, the muslim, the county, the state cops can say no. >> that is not president trump's fault, that is at the county's who create thing to worry
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cities. he is saying we are going to enforce the law. if you are here illegally -- why is it civil war? >> los angeles, chicago, so many of them you got to divide the country, you got to be practical about it so the mayors and the governors and the various federal officials say look what they did on long island? rounded up half a dozen members who had been involved in murder. everybody on the same page, we want them to serve their time for the crimes they have done, and winning with a felony, and
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where red meats blue, where right meets left, sanctuary cities is going to be the civil rights issue of our time. >> i think -- it is not an iphone but you need help. >> up next, atheists demanding a tribute to our veterans be torn down because it is a cross. the man trying to fight it is here next. bill o'reilly joins us with news we lost the keys to the cell phone lockbox. >> maybe get an ask out.
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>> trying to focus on folks who give us the money i put myself in the shoes of that steelworker in ohio, the call minor in west virginia. fairly compassionate to say we are not going to ask you for your hard earned money anymore. >> the administration of the budget is one of compassion. does he have a point? our next guest think so, call minor and general manager of very energy corporation joins us from ohio, the point mcilvain is making his in the past we have taken tax dollars and spent them on things the government things are important, showing compassion without considering who we are taking from, the taxpayer. what is your take on this position? >> i absolutely agree. the middle-class as president trump has -- forgotten
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americans, people that pay the taxes must be considered along with the recipients of any of the programs. people work hard for their money and their talks dollars spent judiciously and without waste or inefficiency, redundancy, and in the budget consideration -- >> people are saying special interests shown the door. do you think special interests have a seat at this table? >> i think at this time in our history we have to have the priorities of the nation. this tax and spend tax and spend, we are $20 trillion in debt. it can't go on, we to prioritize where taxol is going to use them efficiently. >> you see the budget the president proposed increases spending for things like the
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dod, pentagon, veterans while reducing the epa, national endowment for the arts and others. is there a particular place where that makes sense and will change the way my industry operates? >> not so much on the industry but as an american the priorities of our military and national security and veterans are very important. i think these are the things we need to concentrate our tax dollars on. we will find out as this economy gets rolling and the taxes get adjusted for regular taxpayer, and the most generous people in the world, some of the issues taken care of through that. >> taxpayers need to be considered and they haven't
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often times. >> this week rachel maddow broke the biggest story of her journalistic career but wasn't enough to beat a rerun of the big bang theory on tbs? the question next. atheists demanding a tribute to our veterans be torn down because it is a cross. the man who is trying to fight it joins us live next. ♪ that is why i am keeping the faith ♪ keeping the faith ♪
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one of those trucks had a gun inside, they may have split up and the history of violence. the justice department filing a motion, and executive order on immigration, doj asking to carry out the part of the order that restricts refugees from six middle eastern countries, the doj will appeal the ruling of the ninth circuit court. sondra:faith coming under fire over this cross, and atheist group sparking outrage demanding it be taken out of the city hall building in orlando, florida. the mayor of long people would said that cross will stay where it is. longwood's mayor joins us now. tell us how this happened starting with what this cross means and how it got there.
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>> the city of longwood hosted the traveling vietnam memorial last year and one of our residents, johnny richardson decided to build the cross to honor the 58,000 plus men and women who died in vietnam in the cause of freedom and when the event was over he decided to dedicate it to the city of longwood and we gladly accepted it. >> it was quite a process to get there but then enter wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation who says it is a tribute to christianity that has no place in a government building. what are they asking you to do with that cross? >> they want us to remove it and put it on private property. we decided we will be keeping it not only as honor to the
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veterans who served the country but also -- appropriate to keep it at city hall. sandra: i want to share with you and excerpt from the letter they wrote to you think this memorial sends a message the government only cares about the death of christian veterans, not other non-christian or nonreligious veterans, the cross creates the perception of government endorsement of christianity. what feedback are you hearing from the people of your town? >> not only are we hearing from citizens throughout longwood and seminole county, florida but from people all across florida, all across america and if you have seen the hundreds of tweets and facebook messages email and phone calls we have received, they have all generally been supportive. i have seen one comment we
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should remove it but vast majority of the comments are supportive of us not only honoring the troops but keeping that part of history and our city hall. i would like to say a special thank you to the many veterans and especially goldstar families that have reached out to was so touched by the honor of us recognizing their sacrifice and service as we make no apologies for that cross. sandra: that crosses up there and you say that is where it will stay. do not go anywhere. bill o'reilly will be joining us live next and do mean words hurt your feelings? one college giving a snowflake away to fight back. ♪
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>> that is a lockbox, two hours ago our producers took our phones away from us and our ipads.
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sandra: i believe he seriously lost the key to that box. >> the real anxiety that comes with losing a phone. for the past two hours we have literally been having conversations for the first time. sandra: i think i am going to lose it. we are being honest, having real conversations, looking each other in the eyes. >> like a lost puppy. and checking emails. >> mike said sandra looks like she is going through phone withdrawal, clayton looks lost, pete and i are the only ones -- wait a minute. are you on your phone?
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>> no. >> there is an ipad turning it off. sandra: paul said congratulations on taking the first step in recovering from antisocial device addiction. doing it cold turkey is the only way to go. >> a real of version, on the other shows. >> in my new book old-school, i got two chapters, with all the machinery, how it is going to ruin the world.
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and particularly to children and has to be watched. think time. >> that is where the best ideas in world history came from, taking walks. einstein, the theory of relativity when he without taking a walk, steve jobs the iphone, out taking a walk. your own devices clog your brain up. sandra: i am doing just fine. when we ask about the trump train, how is it going? >> hard to say because there's a lot of spin, you don't know, next week is a big week. if they can get the affordable healthcare version passed in the house that is big for trump.
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even if he loses, and he gets a lot of power, that can happen next week. otherwise the real encouraging thing for the trump people was the consumer confidence level is the highest in 13 years, that is a big win for him but the other stuff is not defined as of yet. >> the trump bump is real. president trump had with angela merkel, some are saying it was a contentious meeting, very substantive differences on things like refugees and immigration, president trump tweet theed moment ago, despite what you heard from the fake news i had a great beating with german chancellor angela merkel, nevertheless germany owes vast sums of money to nato and the united states must be paid for the powerful and expensive defense it provides to germany.
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what was your take on that meeting at the president's response this morning? >> i have a tendency to believe the meeting was civil because angela merkel is not a confrontational person. does she like president trump? no. she is a social liberal in a eu that opposes everything he stands for. i don't think there is any doubt donald trump is saying i'm going to carry through on my campaign promises and one of the promises is to make allies pay what they are supposed to be, they can't possibly object to it. protecting her from russia. he is on the right track but probably had a civil conversation. i can't imagine they did not but you could tell by the body
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language, she is not going to invite him to bavaria to ski anytime soon. >> got to get your take on this. donna brazil seems to be coming to realization about feeding questions during the campaign, at cnn simultaneously, among many things in my role as democratic operative prior to the dnc chair position is to share townhall topics to the clinton campaign, the job is to make democratic candidates look good and i looked closely with both campaigns to make that happen. did she send them to bernie? >> no. donna brazil is a very nice woman and this is a career crunch for her. it was not honest, rooting for
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hillary, took her power and used it in a surreptitious way. everybody is embarrassed. should have told the truth up front. i feel bad for her because i know her and i know she's not a malicious person but when you become overwhelmed by politics, when you become a fanatic this is what happens. sandra: hillary clinton and the days that followed the election did a little hiking in the new york area, chappaqua, made some comments in a speech yesterday. we had some of it. >> i am ready to come out of the woods. i am rethinking my strategy. the walk in the woods stuff didn't work as well. i am like a lot of my friends
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right now. i have a hard time watching the news. i want to say something serious. our country seems so divided right now. i do not believe that we can let political divides power into personal divides. can't just ignore or turn a cold shoulder to someone because they disagree with us politically. we have got to keep trying to listen to each other. sandra: coming out of the woods into the political mix? >> the biggest bunch of bs i ever heard in my life. this is the most divisive woman in the country. we are supposed to listen to each other? she did the media. i don't bear hillary clinton any ill will at all.
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she was the worst candidate i have ever seen in my entire life covering news in more than 40 years. i just hope she doesn't try to get back in the game. what she should do is what jimmy carter did. she should take her clinton foundation, reboot it as they say in the machine world and do some good, raise some money going around the world, do some charity work, wants to go in the woods, the bunch of garbage and this is not a woman who wanted to ever bring anybody together in our entire life. she's ruthless, wanted to be president, i hope she doesn't come back. >> a larger issue to the democrats, who is the future, and everyone talking about what to say -- >> bernie sanders said they are
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leaderless. >> any defeated party will have some time, andrew cuomo is raising one. taking a look at it, he is a clinton machine person, a machine behind. not like they don't have anybody but the country wanted to change, don't want to run back to democratic principles, how trump does with the economy, if he does well with the economy will be almost impossible for any democrat. craziness of the president can stay out of craziness, that is a big if. and big policies help the american people, stop the nonsense.
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we should have listened to each other. i can't tell you how many times, i can't tell you how many times we are going to do your show, we will come on and have respectful discourse, she is flat out lying. i have had it with these phony politicians and i hope she does charity work, good opportunity to do that, she can raise a lot of money and knock it off and do something good for somebody. >> no spin bringing no spin to "fox and friends" this morning, look forward to having you back. thank you very much. you saw what happened when our producers took away our cell phones. what happens when they take away the teleprompter? sandra: quitting your job is cool again and could help make
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>> welcome back to quick headlines. msnbc's rachel maddow's rating plummeting in the botched deal of the tax returns, her showdown 36% in total viewers, losing to the rerun of the big bang theory on tbs. a russian zoo suing a video studio for using its raccoons in a, quote, erotic photo shoot. according to court filings the moscow agency rented the animal to take pictures with a woman. the zoo says when it returns the
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raccoon was traumatized but how do you know? i always use raccoons in my erotic photo shoots. president trump says he is making good on his campaign promise to bring american jobs back. >> in the first two job reports since i took the oath of office we have already added half 1 million new jobs and believe me it is just beginning. [applause] >> the economy so good that americans are quitting their jobs to find the ones. the answer might surprise you. sandra: here is the host of the intelligence report on the foxbusiness network, trish regan, good to see you. >> it is great. people are feeling confident enough to say i don't need this job. i can find myself another. it shows you they are believing in themselves and believing in
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the economic system we have that they are feeling confident enough they can get another job and the reason this is good is it will put pressure on employers to raise wages. wages have been down for the last 20 years. if you are an employer, you need to prevent your employee from quitting you offer incentives, a better pay package. hopefully this will have an effect on wages which we are seeing them creep up a little bit and theoretically that should continue. >> this is one aspect of the economy we are seeing improved because we heard from ceos, small businesses feeling the same optimism feeding into this. >> when we have some optimism out there and you are seeing this in the consumer sentiment numbers and the stock market which is soaring to new highs, up 14% since donald trump was elected.
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so much of our economy is based on psychology. if you feel better about your future, your neighbor's future, you are more likely to go out and spend. >> great to feel better about it but after a number of months the fundamental don't change, people start feeling badly again. >> the fundamentals are increasingly looking better. look at the last jobs report, but if in 200,000 jobs. the unemployment numbers showing impressive gains and more people are going to work, gdp, everyone would like to see it coming in stronger. there's a chance it will, fundamentals need to improve. it will be important here, economic policy. less regulation. sandra: the number of people that are quitting, looking for better work because they believe it is out there at a 15 year high, the highest it has been
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since february 2001. >> it tells you people, there's not a lot of safety nets compared to other times in history so they are saying to themselves things are good enough that i can take a chance, i can move on to another job, they are paying more money across the street. >> if you throw the graphic backup it is a telling indicator, 2011, 2010, people quitting their jobs, the indication is this risk. >> there is some interesting things to watch, this is one indicator, the other is the unemployment rate will start to go up a little bit as the economy improves and as more jobs come back online and the reason is more people start going out working, look at the labor force participation rate. we have started to see more people get back into this workforce. that is a good sign.
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sometimes you coincide with the unemployment rate. that is one of them. >> 2:00 pm on the fox business network. >> coming up our phones were locked away two hours ago. we have been going through withdrawal for a number of hours now. has that ever happened to you, fighting that digital addiction, a new book on how to get over your digital addiction. ♪ ♪ hold on for one more day ♪
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>> do you suffer digital addiction? a new study shows when asked to
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rate strays nevels a very life situations losing your smartphone rates just below a terror threat on that list. >> we surrendered our phones much earlier in the show to see how we would do quitting cold turkey. >> you to react and share some tips, the author of the new book even to each of us, how to reconnect our digitally distracted -- sandra: we are making jokes of it but this is the real thing. this is a real problem in our society. >> the biggest problem i deal with. last year alone i had twice the amount of kids with major anxiety issues. >> this new formation of adhd, not being able to respond to this stuff constantly coming where your blocks from the real world. is the answer to go cold turkey q produces took away our phones
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earlier this morning and put them in a lockbox and we have been having real conversations. sandra: you guys are actually all right. >> fundamentally we are losing when you have a conversation, really disconnected from one another. to get out there and get people to start reconnecting as human beings, old turkey would be ideal, not realistic but the book lays out strategies for parents how to start creating moves in the household, getting the family back together, in the end. >> the study we look at is stress related to different events. obviously loss of life or being fired or divorced rate very high. right next to terrorist threat losing a smart phone.
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>> the average person whose fear losing their smartphone as much as they fear a terrorist -- sandra: what is an accessible amount to be on our devices? we have to work. >> the average person spends 9 hours a day on their device. >> if you have an iphone 7 plus with a battery life of eight hours or longer and by the end of the day you have been using it all day. >> that is collectively all devices, more people spend sleeping or that is where we are living. >> read it. ♪ come on baby ♪ it hurts so good ♪ don't feel like it should ♪ whoa, this thing is crazy.
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>> our producer -- >> all right. you got to get it. >> had to create real stress. >> thanks for joining us. >> the battle over the budget the white house proposes cut after cut, democrats are hoping to get the fear to sit in. >> this budget whiteout $3 million for the meals on wheels program. >> billions of dollars acting america's investment of jobs, innovation, clean energy and life-saving medical research. >> if you screw this up which this budget will do, you will raise the cost of food substantially. >> this is a slap in the face of

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