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♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ abby: gorgeous shot of the capital, friday morning. it is all on break. into the week with us, donald trump delivering another campaign promise, this time repealing and replacing obamacare. >> this is a repeal and replace of obamacare. make no mistake about it. >> the house passing the new health care bill, chris jenkins has the very latest.
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>> a big day, praising the passage of the bill, repealing and replacing obamacare, confident it will pass. >> the republicans are very united like seldom before. republicans came two days ago. they came together, very united from freedom caucus to every single group. >> after last-minute negotiating the house approved the bill 217-213 was 20 gop defections, paul ryan urging his colleagues to carry this momentum because the stakes are too high. >> today was a big day but just one step in this process, an important step. we have a lot of work to do to get the signs into law. our friends in the senate are eager to get to work, we will
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see that work through because the issues are too important, stakes are too high. the problems facing american families are real. >> the key campaign promise central to every republican the last 7 years, democrats lined up to pan the passage yesterday. a message that they sealed their fates. >> with respect to transactions -- >> minority leader nancy pelosi taking to the mic saying now they own it. >> it will be tattooed to them, they will glow-in-the-dark. >> delivering on promises made to the american people. >> thanks to the leadership of donald trump welcome to the beginning of the end of
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obamacare. >> thanks to the perseverance, determination and leadership of donald trump and the support of those gathered here, we have taken a historic first step to repeal and replace obamacare and give the american people, give people the healthcare they deserve. >> the medicaid expansion and other -- >> this morning, newt gingrich praising donald trump and house republican leaders. giving them a pat on the back for passing the health care bill. >> this is an extraordinary achievement, three months earlier than reagan got his tax
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cut, 13 months earlier than we got welfare reform, 5 months earlier than they got obamacare, they could do it. here is what i like, they hit a wall. they knew they were going to hit the wall. trump kept talking to people as late as yesterday individually and developing amendments. the art of the deal come to washington dc, the president will never back off. >> fox news contributor charles krauthammer says the bill faces an uphill battle in the senate. >> something will get through the senate but it may not look much like the house bill. the house bill is dead on arrival. to be revived when something else comes out of the senate and goes to house, senate conference committee where they tried to
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work out a compromise. and compromise that is less radical than the house bill. you have two roads to spare, lots of moderates not happy and the radical fundamentalists, and another commodity in a country is nowhere near that anymore. >> returning home to new york city for the first time since taking office, the commander-in-chief giving a speech on the uss intrepid arguing the heroes of the world or ii battle and setting the record straight about the phone call with the australian prime minister calling reports of the heated talk, a big exaggeration. donald trump announcing his
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first international trip later this month, saudi arabia, and rome in an effort to take on radical islamic terrorism. >> we will begin to construct a new foundation of cooperation and support with our muslim allies to combat extremism, terrorism and violence. >> the president's troop will include a visit with pope francis at the vatican. >> the house approving brand-new sanctions targeting its shipping industry and use of slave labor. bipartisan legislation looks to stop north korea's nuclear and ballistic with the program by cutting off the regime's cash flow, and requires the trump administration to decide whether the rogue nation should label that a state sponsor of terrorism which would trigger more sanctions. us troops could stay in iraq long-term to ensure isis does not reemerge after their defeat of the iraqi government is in
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talks with the pentagon about keeping military advisers near the syrian border, coalition forces have driven other remaining terrorist fighters near the capital of mosul, 7000 us service members are in that country. extreme weather this morning, the midwest underwater, major flooding responsible for 5 deaths in missouri. in arkansas this church completely surrounded by water as hundreds are evacuated with rivers overflowing their banks, the national guard called in to help with high water evacuation and security. now to foxbusiness alert outrage over a brand-new video of delta airlines kicking off its own paying customers, this time a family with young children. >> no more flights. you oversold the flight. >> airlines really striking out. you can hear the kids.
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>> good morning. >> the couple has three children, two young children on the plane but their older son had taken an earlier flight, therefore that man did a on that flight, actually considered a no-show by the airlines. there is another side of the story but that video going viral, it is a much longer video. delta has reached out to the family things they will refund all their tickets but they were eventually after a long prolonged argument with the gate agent, flight crew and security called on to the plane, they stayed overnight paying for their own accommodation, but it is a pile on with the other issues we have seen with airlines out there. there is another side of the
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story. >> i heard you on tucker's show. >> if you pay for the seat for your baby that is your seat but his older son didn't show up so that was to >> huber had a shadow apps engineers were taking the apps of users putting a different map up there that did not reflect the amount of cars, how many cars are around you, change that, and protect drivers, worried about people not following that. the feds are involved and once more answers.
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>> it is starbucks, kicking off today. >> after the short time they got rid of that cappuccino this lady is the dark cocoa cappuccino and this is the answer to everybody who is upset about the loss of the unicorn. 3 to 6. happy hour is a popular event for starving customers. this is the new ones that we have onset. >> it is friday. i am not a coffee fan at all. >> a really sweet thing.
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>> they are coming out with more this summer. thank you, appreciate it. 10 minutes after the top of the hour republicans taking a major step towards repealing obamacare, what is in, what is out, what does it mean, to break it all down. no room for ann coulter's appearance at berkeley but a radical leftist is okay, here who is invited to speak and people on instagram, a free bathing suit and how it backfires completely. ♪
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by resigning, the st. louis post-dispatch punched stacy washington after writing a column blasting another article the claim the nra is worse than isis, she wasn't suspended for her views but for failing to disclose her relationship with the nra even though they never paid her. the dispatch editors on twitter. and coulter was turned away from uc berkeley following massive protests but the school had no problem letting in admitted communist speak, last night taylor hosting an event about donald trump's fascist regime. >> a fascist regime has seized the reins of power in the sole superpower in the world. trump and pens are operating out of hitler's playbook only they have nuclear weapons. abby: they burn the american
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flag last summer. heather: let's talk about democrats on capitol hill using scare tactics as the house voted to repeal and replace major parts of obamacare. >> from the beginning trump care was a moral monstrosity that will devastate seniors, children and hard-working americans. >> the crushing tax will follow the most vulnerable members of society. >> tens of millions of americans living with preexisting conditions will be screwed. heather: here to break down the bill, and thank you for joining us. democrats very upset. >> when you look at details of the bill i don't think it is called poor. you want a constructive approach that is not a constructive approach. heather: let's look at the bill.
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what is out? and medicaid expansion and it repeals $880 billion over a decade. who is impacted? >> obamacare is focused on taxing people and a different approach, give people more options about the insurance policy to drive down cost. and the plan is to give more options. you don't have to buy coverage government says you have to buy, you can buy one that fits whether you are young or old or meets your need. >> whether they are up in arms, tens of millions of people. >> patently false, preexisting conditions, under obamacare, you are not going to pay more by law than someone who didn't have
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preexisting conditions. we will not embed the cost of preexisting conditions and everybody's policy, we deal separately at the state level with high risk pools, that is a change from obamacare, more like what we had before obamacare and meant to bring down premiums for most people and address the higher premiums for people with preexisting conditions separately. different approach but doesn't mean tens of millions will not get insurance coverage. >> a block grant will allow insurance to charge older americans more and allows states to apply waivers from obamacare. >> older americans under obamacare, a 3-1 ratio, could be charged 3 times what younger americans are charged, the ratio goes 5-1 and many people are concerned about that. the republican bill tries to
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acknowledge that by providing tax credits, it is possibly the case you will pay more under the republican plan. heather: this has to go before the senate. >> everything in this bill is up for grabs because it has to go to the senate and you have opposition on the moderate side for republicans and the conservative side. it is very likely everything we are talking about could change in small or significant ways. that is what we will find out. heather: a small way one way or the other will make people, moderate or the other way, say no. >> trying to thread a needle, if you make it more conservative you alienate the moderates and vice versa. it will be difficult for the senate to get this through.
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strategist about her defiance. >> why wouldn't you talk to her? that is crazy because you only have two witnesses. she is on tv all the time, making up stories about benghazi or pulling the rejections, i don't get it. they come your way. it is clear, that is the side issue. >> it is more partisan. >> about the refusal to talk. >> democrats going after democrats, and former hillary clinton huma aberdeen made it a crime. >> not outside the statute of limitations, when the department of justice could decide in the question is who will decided,
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that is why we need a special prosecutor, for material. heather: outrage after the fbi revealed she regularly forwarded classified information to her now divorced husband anthony weiner. speaking of hillary clinton she is spearheading an anti-trump group days after saying this. >> i am back to being an activist citizen and part of the resistance. heather: onward together will send money to other democratic groups, the large bore coming together but full of directors launching as early as next week. abby: have hillary attend the come back, donald trump continues to win making good on yet another campaign promise signing a religious liberty executive order on national day of prayer the measure taking aim at the johnson amendment and relaxing political restrictions on religious groups.
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>> were too long, the power of the state as a weapon against people of faith, bullying and even punishing americans for following their religious beliefs. >> the order eliminates the obamacare mandate for religious objections on birth control and other preventative services. time is 26 minutes after the top of the hour and plan the city of chicago just approved to block donald trump's name on his own tower. the kentucky derby starts tomorrow. >> my first kentucky derby, can't wait to see the horses and track and as you see behind me it is pouring rain. i will have your details coming
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abby: you are watching "fox and friends" first, live shot from new york city, rainy out here but a great thing. it is 30 after the hour. the campaign promise to repeal and replace obamacare. >> this is repeal and replace of obamacare. >> a major victory for the trump administration. jenkins is live in washington with the latest this morning.
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>> one step closer to the holy grail of campaign promises, repealing and replacing obamacare, donald trump showing swagger is the bill had to the senate where it faces a tough test, the president confident it will pass. >> we will get it through. the republicans are united like seldom before. the republicans came together all of a sudden two days ago, like magic. they came together, very united every group from freedom caucus to every single group. >> the house approved the bill 217-213 with 20 gop defections, democrats lining up to pan the passage the renovating fellow republicans with the message they just sealed their fates. >> 16-44 to enhance sanctions to north korea.
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>> nancy pelosi taking to the mic to say they now own it. >> they were glow-in-the-dark. duped into walking the plank for a bill that will not become law. >> a key campaign promise central to every republican race the last 7 years. paul ryan urging his colleagues to carry this momentum but the stakes are too high. >> today with a big day but just one step in this process. an important step. we have a lot of work to do to get this signed into law. our friends in the senate are eager to get to work. we will see that through because the issues are too important, the stakes are too high. the problems facing american families are real. >> expect changes as it heads to the senate, it will take several weeks to get through. already some objections for
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republicans. republicans jammed to survivors i've the tiger before rolling out the vote so we find out who suffer, the us senate or mister t. >> you always have something like that. have a good weekend. this morning, representative steve scully said he knew donald trump would get the job done. >> for all the people that said it couldn't pass the house i knew there was a path out of the house and it would not be easy but it would take a lot of work and that is why we are here. i talked to john cornyn the senate majority whip. they can only you lose two senators over there and mike pence will break the tie. >> donald trump setting the record straight about a phone call with the australian prime minister come reporting a heated talk between the two in january,
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quote, a big exaggeration. >> we didn't have a rough phone call, talking about this phone call the media saying what do you think about the phone call, we had a very nice call. now the record is straight. got a little bit testy but that is okay. we had a good relationship and i am proud of the relationship, thank you very much. >> giving a speech on the uss intrepid honoring world war zero mac heroes on his first trip to new york city since taking office. terrifying video firefighters rescuing riders from a roller coaster stuck in my defeat in the air, horrifying scene in oklahoma, the silver bullet malfunctioning getting riders stuck on the tracks for hours, no one was hurt.
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a car runs a red light and collides with a school bus, this happening in las vegas. you see the car destroyed, the bus laying on its side, children forced to escape through emergency hatches on the roof. >> on the top of the bus we started getting out, hoping people get out. >> everyone else is okay. take a look at this. the trump tower sign in chicago could soon be blocked by giant golden pigs. the city giving an architecture firm the go-ahead for a 1-day art installation to protest the president by covering up his name. the creator now trying to raise $250,000 to make their vision come to life this summer.
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pigs to horses. the 143rd kentucky derby tomorrow. >> janice dean live this morning. love your hat. >> i think you had better weather last time you were here. >> it was raining when i was their too. >> was it raining? >> almost like go ahead. >> almost like a tropical system. tapping into a lot of golf moisture. that is why we are seeing rain and it will rain all day today. it will be a muddy race. horses have a leg up and the favorites to win we just saw always dreaming on the track and that is going to be an ongoing situation, the muddy conditions not only friday but saturday as
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well, saturday will be a better day with breaks of sunshine, temperatures will be cool so this is another kentucky derby and people can place their bets tomorrow morning, the gates open at 8:00 am, let's look at the horse's favored to win, we saw almost dreaming, classic empire and mc cracken. this is the first derby in a while where there is no big pick, no favorite to win. all of these horses have an equal chance, there is also a horse named thunder snow, all meteorologists are excited about that horse. the big story at the kentucky derby is that it is going to rain and we will see some horses scratched earlier today if they are not good at raising in muddy conditions. today is where pink a day, it brings awareness to breast cancer so you will see a lot of
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pink hats and coats and scarves, we could see thunder snow and i'm excited to be at the kentucky derby. >> the one eyed horse. the pink hats. thank you, a little bit of a delay. 38 after the hour. who in the world would let casey anthony hold their child, brand-new pictures just surfaced. the obamacare repeal was passed democrats erupt in this chant. >> bill to enhance sanctions related to north korea. abby: social media is not having it. carly shimkus live with that and more. ♪ gentle
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abby: social media to vet refugees and immigrants, state department wants 5 years of instagram, facebook and twitter handles from people attempting to enter the us would apply to those who have been flagged for extra screening for tara time, those who refuse could be denied entry. new proposals as we learn our us immigration agents can't properly tax visa holders and it is thanks to technology, inspector general reports claim agents reject time by using 40 different passwords and spend days being locked out by operating computer systems. homeland security catches 1%.
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democrats catching major flak for taunting the gop as the house past the president's health care bill. carly shimkus is here with that story and a lot more. >> the american healthcare act passed by resident 2013 margin but when it did house democrats broke out into song, a move signaling their believe that come the 2018 midterm election house republicans can kiss their jobs goodbye. >> 16-44 to enhance sanctions with respect to transactions related to north korea. >> the house floor ended up feeling more like a sports arena. not everyone on social media was laughing. ashley says when they go low, we go lower. ryan says remember this, the nation's health and welfare is
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literally being treated like sports and this tweet from this woman who says democrats shouldn't get so cocky, obstructionism did hurt the republicans like everyone predicted it would, neither did trump. who knew the passing of healthcare would feel like a football game. they referenced that, took the ball in for the final -- what is up with this bud light tweet? one side of the isle was taunting, the other may have been celebrating. a reporter said cases upon cases of beer rolled into the capital covered in a sheet, bud light peeking out from that sheet, that party was never concerned because the same reporter sent the same message saying here are the beers going to a gop conference meeting, a different meeting, no further details, i was skeptical about this from the beginning because house
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republicans seem like but like drinkers or whiskey on the rocks. do we need details about this? swimsuits controversy. if you want to go viral give away something for free, the bathing suit company in california made a bold announcement saying if you post this picture on instagram they will give you the space suit free of charge. it backfired on them because inundated, everyone wanted this bathing suit free, a limited -- olympic gymnast tweeted, police stop posting the red bathing suit picture, so many people posted at the company had to change the rules saying the giveaway due to this overwhelming response. everyone wearing the red bathing suit this summer.
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of pamela anderson baywatch. >> offering to anyone. >> lesson learned, talking about it. let's check in with steve ducey for what is coming up on "fox and friends," did you get that red swimsuit? >> i did not. i have seen that 1 million times on twitter wondering what that is about and now i know. coming up on "fox and friends" last night donald trump was at the intrepid in new york city saluting the australian american association. one of america's most famous former australians greg norman will be with us in an hour talking about how the media should back off and not be so tough on donald trump in his first 100 days and talking about the news of the day, repeal and
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replacement of obamacare, goes to the senate where it faces an uncertain future. one of the biggest stories we did yesterday was how einstein brothers, the bagelmaker has come up with a caffeinated bagel so you can have your coffee and your breakfast in one bite. what does that bite taste like? we had a bunch of them in studio and the first half-hour, a busy 3 hours kicked off in the 13 minutes right here on the channel folks trust for morning news. >> we will be right back. what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price,
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he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee.
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>> 10 minutes until the top of the hour casey anthony emerging
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from seclusion, holding what appears to be alcohol. enjoying lunch in clearwater, florida, the 6-month-old, and nbc producer's grandson, the two have become close friends. a brand-new magazine cover, the 10th anniversary, and the magazine didn't hire an indian model. a controversial pepsi ad for solving police brutality with a can of soda. marvel is bringing its team of misfit criminals back to the screen to save the universe again. guardians of the galaxy volume 2 hitting theaters with a star-studded staff and kevin mccarthy is here with a review of the movie. >> i am live in london.
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i was at the alien covenant premier, i saw a ridley scott. it has been a geeky week for me. i am in london. >> what is all that? where are you? >> i am in the lobby of an expensive hotel. i have gone into this hotel to get a good wi-fi connection. one downstairs, to watch a presentation for the new movie murder on the orient express. >> i love guardians of the galaxy volume 1, volume 2, what is your rating? >> chris pratt huge star, james gunn directed the first guardians of the galaxy, massive
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success, $773 million, when i sat down with chris pratt all i wanted to do was nerd out with a really cool thing*lord's character those when he hits the side of his face and this awesome helmet forms, how he messed up so many expensive shots by forgetting to tap the side of his face. >> you hit the side and it goes -- when you shoot are you hitting an exact spot? you to wear that mask. you sit there all day and do that? >> behind my ear i have this little piece, that is the one thing i forget to do so i have blown some massive shots by not doing this before i do a run and fly off. the camera pans $100,000 wasted on this shot.
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>> some cool information. one thing to note, vin diesel is voicing baby groups. he says i am group in a high-pitched voice, he is still doing it with a high pitch, rocket the raccoon, bradley cooper plays that voice but onset the director's brother sean gun does it physically like andy circus in lord of the rings. i don't think it is as great as the first one but very satisfying sql. the beginning and end to be awesome, the middle drags a bit, the soundtrack was better in the first movie. very important note. if you are a marvel fan this is the same universe as the avengers, captain america. the end of the film the movie will end and there are 5 extra scenes in the credits. make sure you sit through them. you get to appreciate all the people who worked on the movie and then get 5 scenes. i give the movie four out of
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five. the plot line is a lot more emotional,*lord's father, guardians are back to save the day, this time, they get a lot more emotional. the real star of this movie is michael rocher who plays been amazing character you have to watch, the blue guy, fantastic in the film overall. really enjoyed him. i give this movie four out of five. >> the first one all over again to get up to speed. >> that means -- kevin mccarthy, if you have any questions, four out of five, i hope you have a wonderful rest of the weekend, we will be right back.
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heather: time few for the good, the bad, the and the ugly. first the good. connecticut police pretend to pull over a teen to help him pull off a prom proposal. the cop handcuffing as his girlfriend looks on. just before they haul him off to jail. she popsz out of the squad car with a sign asking him to the dance: lucky to be alive after being bitten by ventricle numb make. is he expected to make a full recovery. finally the ugly. he thought 400 bucks for mud covered jeans was cheap?
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described high top sneak aressers for $1,425. abby: looks like a dog got ahold of them. they're ugly, too. we hope that you have a great weekend. "fox & friends" starts right now. bi, see you. >> the ayes are 217, the nays are 217. the bill is passed. >> this is a repeal and replace of obamacare. make no mistake about it. >> this is the fourth presidency i have served with. i have never ever seen any kind of engagement like this. >> the after the of the deal come to washington, d.c. the president would never back off. he would never give up. >> as tensions continue to rise with north korea, the house approving brand new sanctions targeting at shipping industry and use of slave labor. >> with this executive order, we will not allow people of faith to be targeted, bull idea, or silenced anymore. >> and we're going to start protecting religious liberty instead of assaulting it. >> leaving parts of the

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