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rob: tweeting later who could figure out the true meaning of covfefe, enjoy. heather: "newsweek" word of the century. however you say it. rob: i think he is screwing with everybody. we will have to wait and see. "fox & friends" starts right now. we will see you later. heather: bye. >> brand new subpoenas issued in the russia probe show the congressional investigation is bending spotlight back to the obama area intelligence people. >> president trump wouldn't tip his hand on which way he will go on the paris accord. >> find out very soon. >> i sincerely apologize. >> cathy given is not forgiven. >> cnn brought down the hammer pulling her from annual new year's eve show. >> the media covered trump's typo than they did meeting. >> this is the biggest nothing burger ever. at some point it sort of bleeds over into misogyny.
i take responsibility for every decision i made, but that's not why i lost. >> her transportation into full nixonian bitterness is complete. >> authorities in jupiter, florida, releasing police video. >> you are going to take nine steps forward. >> showing tiger woods appearing to struggle during a field sobriety test. ♪ we're all-american ♪ in god we trust ♪ living the dream ♪ and never giving up ♪ what we believe in ♪ we're all-american. brian: view from ainsley earhardt's apartment. nice job, check the temperature and fire up the camera in the morning. ainsley: how great would that be? i don't know, this is like times square area, it's pretty busy here. brian: actually looking in central park. ainsley: that's true a view of the park is nice. pete: on the weekend a little
dicey. brian: see diesy, get video of times square from 1967 to 1980. ridiculous. get yourself changed and go to a peep show. right, guys? ainsley: in other news. welcome back. brian: that's the old 42nd street. ainsley: when i moved here. rudy giuliani he cleaned up times square and cleaned up the city. brian: remind me to thank him when we see him. the fbi and cia and national security agency all hit with subpoenas during the unmasking of president trump's campaign team. ainsley: house intelligence committee demanding information on requests made by top obama officials. pete: our own griff jenkins with details on new name thrown into the fire. >> good morning, brian, ainsley and pete. subpoenas referencing the unmasking and focusing on three senior obama era officials, former national security advisor susan rice. you may remember allegedly
requested names of trump associates. it appeared in coded classified intelligence reports to be unmasked. she denies any wrongdoing. also former cia director john brennan who testified last week and decried the leaks of classified information. and perhaps most noteworthy is the subpoenas naming of samantha power. president obama's former unn ambassador that has not been previously surfaced in the unmasking controversy. that's new. now her naming may explain an exchange from brennan's hearing last week that he had with congressman trey gowdy. >> do you recall any u.s. ambassadors asking that names be unmavericked? >> i don't. i don't know. maybe it's ring ago vegas bell but i'm not -- i could not answer with any confidence. >> well, we may learn more about that. the intelligence committee, the chairman devin nunes and ranking member adam schiff subpoenas from the intelligence committee we have seen.
that is of former national security advisor michael flynn and michael cohen. president trump's long time attorney who has denied colluding with the a russians. we will see how all of this plays out. it's just heating up. brian: crazy thing we thought it was all going to be democrats and republicans working together. some people thought that absolutely not. republicans didn't even tell the democrats they were sending out subpoenas for the unmasking. pete: effectively two different investigation. democrats committed to finding out about russian collusion no evidence so far. the republicans said real scandal is unmasking of names and leaking of information to reporters. if it goes from susan rice john breneman to samantha power. that's widespread. ainsley: russia thing has been investigated for how many months now, 8 or 9 months. have you heard brennan and clapper say it, no evidence that shows collusion. but there is definitely a leaker. there is definitely unmasking happening and i think republicans want to get to the
bottom of it. brian: they both are going to be doing the same thing. too bad they can't be doing it together or doing it behind closed doors and making real progress. pete: what is a u.n. leaks or. brian: or sharing intelligence. when you watch those hearings. don't focus a lot of times on the answers. focus on the questions. especially if the questions seem to come out of nowhere. that was a question trey gowdy. i know you are not going to answer. this the fact brennan couldn't answer that question. i don't remember, i remember savingly something like that. ainsley: makes you say what does trey gowdy know and what is he getting at. brian: especially trey gowdy in particular. they know a lot of stuff. pete: yesterday we heard a family familiar name. ainsley: hillary clinton no longer in the woods. on the stage yesterday at a conference, at a tech forum out in california. this is what she said about losing the election. >> my email account was turned
into, you know, the biggest scandal since lord knows when. this was the biggest nothing burger ever. it was a mistake. i have said it was a mistake. and obviously if i could turn the clock back i wouldn't have done it in the first place. but the way that it was used was very damaging. there is all these stories about, you know, guys over in macedonia who are running these fake news sites. so the russians, in my opinion and based on the intel and counter intel people i've talked to, could not have known how best to weaponize that information unless they had been guided. and here. >> guided by americans? >> guided by americans. within one hour. one hour of the access hollywood tapes being leaked, within one hour, the russians, let's say wikileaks, same thing, dumped the john podesta's emails. pete: amazing to watch. almost no self-reflection at
all. brian: no, no; she is angry. think about where she was two months ago to one day ago it is astounding. ainsley: more angry. brian: more in denial. indicating she is ramping up again. getting the super pac together to forward her causes because what she is best at is raising money. she is heading not only to run again. this is so angry that she is going to be hurting her party more. there is no thirst in the democratic party to see more of hillary clinton leading that party. ainsley: i thought what was most interesting yesterday because we knew she was going to say. this yeah, i agree she is angrier. brian: more specific. ainsley: you knew she would come out and blame other people. hard to lose. her husband won. she lost. the election was very close. let's not forget that she is trying to figure out what the problem was and she is blaming other people. i knew she was going to do that. this is what i took away from that and i don't think it was in that sound bite. she said last night or said yesterday that the dnc was bankrupt did not help her, did
not give her any money and she was injecting money into the dnc. this the is same dnc if you read the op-ed emails that said we want bernie out. we support hillary and also the same dnc that gave questions in advance to her campaign and not to bernie's during their debate. so who is right? who is telling the truth here? brian: i think what you are say something flat out fact and what she is saying i'm going to focus on whatever i need to focus on in order not to set the blame on myself. ainsley: blaming the dnc saying they didn't help her at all. pete: making it look like russia was pulling the strings behind the election had when there has been no evidence of it at all. laura ingraham had another take on why hillary can't see past why she lost the election. take a listen. >> hillary she does not to me look well. campaign, having fun, laughing, vibrant. i know she lost and it's unpleasant to lose. losing is not fun. but the inability to see the
lack of a campaign connected with blue collar americans who had been left behind by both republicans and democrats after all this time with all of her education and all the help she got from cnn and the dnc who colluded together to help her. i don't know why she complained about the dnc. they were hurting bernie. they weren't hurting her. that was odd. election was rigged. made fun of donald trump saying the election is rigged. remember after the colorado calculation. the democrats on the left and mostly cloudy hillary clinton, combine them all together, throw in elizabeth warren she is next. they are like the tin foil hat conspiracy contingent. brian: not a row whole lot of democrats running to her side saying did you hear what hillary said. let's use that as a talking point. the president has announced at 3:00 in the rose garden he is going to make an announcement whether or not the u.s. will stay in the paris agreement signed by nearly 200 nations in 2015 to voluntarily reduce
greenhouse gas emissions. most of the burden is on the u.s. to cut emissions to the tune of by 2025 cutting 26% to 28% below the 2005 levels. of greenhouse. pete: big part of what barack obama came to office to try to do. critics say international regulatory scheme to shift sovereignty from the united states to other countries. massive distribution of wealth from the polluters supposedly to the united states to everyone else bearing the brunt of so-called climate change. democrats are predict continuably outraged. the report something the president is going to pull us out of this agreement. this is what democrats are having to say about it? >> it would send to the rest of the world that the united states does not care about this planet that we all share. >> this is no longer oh he is doing his thing. this is endangering the world. >> if we stand alone to cease this global crisis, it's more than reckless. we are really endangering the
planet, the american people, and our economy at a really fragile stage. ainsley: the president can and he says he dual this. he will reduce our carbon emissions on our own. we don't have to be part of an agreement. we as the u.s. are going to give billions of dollars to the rest of the world. that's exactly what happened. you saw nato last week 28 countries involved and only 25 of them aren't even paying their fair share. so have you got nato, have you got the g-7 and this climate change agreement. we can do it on our own without having having to give billions to the world. brian: this is a treaty not signed by the senate. let's ask if the senate wants to pass this. pete: which they are not going to do. ainsley: he doesn't have to talk to the senate because president obama when he agreed to this he did it under executive order so he didn't have to get the senate's approval the senate doesn't have to pull out. brian: he can say not going to have any treaty forced down our throat without congressional approval. pete: the left are obsessed with climate change. it's a religion for them.
they refuse to see the problem of radical islamic terrorism. climate change is taking over the world. of course the failing "new york times" has editorial saying momentous set back because it's their religion. president trump says no. i care about jobs in america. brian: people who hate the president want him to stay in it jillian what else is happening? jillian: a lot is happening right now. terrifying new video showing heavily armed cops boarding a plane after a man allegedly threatened to below i blow it u. malaysians flight. passengers tackled the man after he storms the cockpit claiming to have a bomb. >> everyone in their seat. put your hands down. >> the suspect has a history of mental illness and is facing charges. and shocking new video shows tiger woods swaying, slurring his words, struggling to stand as he is busted for dui.
golf great confused by what officers wanted. >> go ahead and stand with your feet together and arms by your side. >> oh. >> are you okay? what's wrong? >> what are we doing? jillian: woods handcuffed after failing four sobriety tests in jupiter, florida. he didn't have any alcohol in his system but the police report reveals he was on four medications. seeing new photos of his mercedes, can you see him showing flat tires, rim damage, scuffs on the back bumper. he is due in court next month. that's a look at your headlines this morning. i don't know if you watched that whole video. it's pretty long. tough to watch. ainsley: he wasn't drinking and we have done stories in ambien and some of those drugs can make you sleep walk. we're grateful he was asleep and didn't get in an accident. brian: thanks, jillian. afghanistan seeing one of its deadliest days with dozens dead in kabul.
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capital city took place a couple days ago. as the situation in many cases deteriorates, what can president trump and his team do to develop a strategy, any strategy? joining us now former deputy commanding general of forces in afghanistan author of besieged u.s. retired general anthony tata. general, what do you think we should do and what do you think we are going to do? >> hey, brian, thank you. we have to focus on who did this. and the isi. the pakistan intelligence service was involved here according to my sources in recent reports and the iconi network was involved. you have the very close to the foreign fighters. he worked with al qaeda. brian: they were with the foreign fighters or the taliban. >> aiconi has fought both sides. any time we have them cross.
the network was the one care and feeding for them. so what i see is a linkage between iconi and isis now. i think the network is the one supporting them. brian: the network sits in pakistan, we don't touch them. >> the shaw, the pakistan military doesn't go near them that's part of the strategy and important to identify who is doing this. so we have got to have one continue to build the afghan military and police capacity, continue to build the political capacity and that's really a state department job. and then a second part of that is i have advocated for a long time, brian, for boots on the ground in the waziristan, fatah frontier province. we cannot rely on the pac military they play both sides of the game. regional approach that really says to the taliban that we would like to bring you politically to the table and i think they would like to get to the table. brian: right now 10,000.
you think they will put 3,000 more in and give them different rules of engagement. more at risk but more to gain. >> genic colson acts another combat brigade 3 to 5,000. they will come in and help train afghan military and police. we need special forces from afghanistan as well. brian: is the president being pitched putting troops into this no man's land in pakistan? >> no. not that i'm aware of. it's something we certainly need to look at really hard. departure from previous strategies and something would make a real meaningful difference on the ground. brian: we will see what happens and see if 3,000 more troops would do something or actually try to win this thing. general tata thank you so much. >> thank you, brian. brian: on fire about president trump's potential withdraw from the paris climate deal. >> this sen dangering the world. brian: is science actually on the president's side? what side is the president going to be on at 3:00 today? we'll discuss it
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americans against threats from north korea. hopefully the north koreans saw that ainsley? ainsley: thank you. pete: this afternoon, president trump is set to announce decision on the paris climate accord. if he withdraws from the deal, democrats claim pending disaster. >> it would send to the rest of the world a message that the united states does not care about this planet that we all share. >> this is no longer oh, is he doing his thing. this is endangering the world. >> if we stand alone to face this global crisis, it's more than reckless, i mean, we are really endangering the planet, american people and economy at really fragile stage. ainsley: who would it really mean for our environment in the next guest was a member of the trump e.p.a. transition team also the author of "square pollution" his name is steve maloy. good morning, steve. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. thanks for having me. ainsley: you hear from the dems all the time how this is going to be dangerous for our
country if he does pull out. dangerous for the world. from a scientific perspective, are they right? is that true? >> well, let me first say we all care about the environment and climate and public health and the planet. environmentalists don't exist on some special mora plain thats higher than everybody else. the paris climate accord does nothing for the planet. barely reduces emissions. only makes us: 3 making us poor only makes the environment worse. even if you believe the dubious u.n. science and never works and al gore probability. if you believe all those guys, the amount of temperature reduced is very little. the amount of sea level rice reducerisevery little. it all comes to the cost of economy. our economy and wealth keeps our standing of living high. environment clean and the public healthy. pete: steve, the tradeoff is, you are exactly right. the effects on the economy versus the effects on the
environment you say negligible and on the environmental side. and what truly could the impact be on the u.s. economy? >> if you believe the u.n., i think they claim that by the year 2100, more than 80 years from now we're going to have reduced global temperature or avoided two tenths of one degree of warming. that's nothing. you know,. pete: which could happen anyway. >> who knows what's going to happen. you know, no one has been successful in predicting the climate. you know, we missed the entire climate paws pause the last 20 years. ainsley: so much money. $75 billion. greg gutfeld last night on the five was saying how we could use that money to provide education and healthcare, sanitation, clean water for some people around the world. $75 billion to do something we're not even sure is going to even help the planet. so why, if the democrats hear those numbers, and the president is saying look, we can still reduce our carbon emissions in the u.s. without giving billions of dollars to
the rest of the world. we can still do our part. why are the democrats pushing this so hard? >> well, well, democrats want big government. they want to control the economy. there is no better way to control the vast majority of the economy than through environmental. other 84% is controlled by global warming. paris accord has put our economy in charge of germany, france and other environmental groups, that's not a recipe for success. pete: president obama believes in redistribution of wealth. this is international redistribution of wealth away from america and towards other countries, right? >> that's absolutely true. india, for example, india expects that the u.s. taxpayers and other wealthy nation taxpayers are going to give them $2.5 trillion over the next decade to fight global warming. i mean, that's -- that's
crazy. ainsley: is india the big problem? two biggest country is china number two is the u.s. china has tons of money take care of their own problem. we have tons of money. we can keep the money here domestically and we can fix the problem. >> india threatens to be up and coming problem if you worry about these sorts of things there are 300 million indians without electricity. when they get electricity district they will put co 2 up into the atmosphere. that's an up and coming problem. science has proven not to be true. our climate is an equil equilib. there is nothing to worry about. intox is not pollutant. it's plant food. we need plant foods to feed the planet. i wouldn't worry about all of this steve. >> steve: my loy, thank you for your time. >> thanks for having me. ainsley: everyone wants people to have free healthcare guess who is going to pay for that. pete: cnn fired from cnn for
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>> he does have a visceral grasp of america's political underbelly. he really understands how to inflame people, how to motivate them. how to bond with them over whatever their grievance is. you know, whatever resentment or point of anger that you may have, if he can get into it, whether it's race or sex or xenophobe i can't or anti-islamophobia, whatever it is, and so we're seeing it on a broader stage. and it is deeply troubling for not only our politics but for our position in the world.
wine brian aren't those chairs you sit in for video games very close to the ground? playing space invaders? ainsley: either that or old seat from delta plane. brian: why waste them. ainsley: let's bring in mr. nigel farage. hello. good morning. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. ainsley: what did you think of hillary last night talking about how the american people are racist, sexist, xenophobic and we want to know is this a global argument of the left? brian: also blaming the "new york times." ainsley: and the dnc. >> hillary said the same things about me when i came across and supported donald trump in his campaign. i don't think it's worth getting angry about hillary. i just think she looks sad and pathetic. there is nothing worse in life than a bad loser. nothing worse than somebody who blames absolutely everybody else for their own failings. and let's face it, you know, she represented an out-of-touch, out-of-date establishment. she almost appeared as if it
was her right to become the president and i'm very pleased she didn't. lelet's just from now ignore her. brian: a lot of the people in their own party must be shaking their heads saying how can we turn the page if she won't because like it or not she represent as lot of money and established power. >> the establishment feeling very sore. i mean 2016 we had brexit. we had trump. they still haven't got over it. they are still not reconciled to it they have had it their own way for far too long. they haven't recognized that the world has changed. pete: absolutely. part of that world changing was the brexit upset no one saw coming. in order for brexit to happen had you to follow through with that reports now out of the u.k. that theresa may's lead and the conservatives is at a record low of 3 points. are you concerned that there could be a brexit upset there? >> well, theresa may took on the agenda that i have been pushing for the last 20 years. it was great to see a british
prime minister making all those arguments and saying brexit must mean brexit. the problem is the british public didn't really know her very well. and she herself in fact remained in the election last year. she has performed a whole series of u turns on domestic politics. and it seems now that the more theresa may appears an our tv screens the less people like her. that's the main reason why her lead has gone down. i think what you are going to see in the last week of this campaign is a lot more of boris johnson and people like that and a lot less of theresa may. she is just bombing with the public. ainsley: does that surprise you after manchester because usually after an attack like that you see people come together. she has been out speaking publicly about it? >> look. i think you forget that for six years she was our home secretary. she was in charge of dealing with the terror threat. and you know something. we have allowed maybe 400 jihad fighters back in to britain from syria and only
prevented one of them from coming back so actually the public is saying when she was in charge of this stuff, she wasn't tough. she didn't deal with it. and so there is a real crisis of confidence can this person stick to a course? brian: of course holholland is . comedian here came out and held a mock of president's head. we have all seen the picture already. do you think we've reached the tipping point where some degree of civility will come back in being that both sides are so outraged by this or am i just in another world? >> i hope. so two years ago a very well known stand-up comedian in this country advocated to public audiences that i should be stabbed, would you believe. complaints were made to the police.
the guy got off without any charges and the bcc, our main national state broadcaster still repeatedly used this guy. what i saw what had happened, this sick image, supposed to be funny but it wasn't of trump, and i'm pleased to see at last there is some kick back against these left wing politicians who have got away with outrages for years. i see this actually as good news and i think we have turned a cornerback towards something rather more decent. brian: as long as we turn that corner and there is nothing there as opposed to something else even further. nigel farage thank you for joining us this morning. pete: we will be following the election there we appreciate it. ainsley: hand it over to jillian. jillian: thursday, inching closer to the weekend. we do want to start off with though. horrifying new video showing the tense moments after the pulse nightclub shooting as police rush to the deadly scene. it if officers showing them
fearlessly storming inside to find the armed terrorists. >> put your hands up or you will die. get your hands down. ainsley: officers shooting omar martine and rushing countless victims outside to safety. 49 people were killed. 53 others injured in the attack last june. it's now known as the worst shooting in american history. cracking down on the opioid epidemic by taking aim at drugmakers. ohio is suing five leading prescription opioid makers including johnson and johnson. claiming they mislead customers to think pain pills like oxycontin weren't addictive it comes after four ohio coroners ran out of space for bodies because some people are i doing from overdoses. 3050 people died in that state in 2015. the say of california wants free healthcare for all there is a catch. they want you to pay for it
democratic state senator ricardo proposing the new 406 billion-dollar plan that rewoo replace insurance companies with government funded healthcare. the plan would be funded with a sales tax hike and a new tax on business revenue. the state senate's deadline to vote on that bill is tomorrow. a look at your headlines on this thursday. i will see you guys in a little bit. ainsley: hand it over to janice dean who has some weather for us to tell us what our weekend is going to look like. janice: guess what? ainsley: what? janice: there is sunshine in new york city and it's going to be 80 degrees today in new york city. let's take a look at the maps. we're excited because it's been a very wet, rainy springtime. temperatures right now 59. but it's getting to get up to 80 degrees in new york city. down towards the southeast and the gulf coast. that's where the warmth is going to be. sascattered showers over the gulf coast and mississippi river valley. we are not talking about a severe weather threat here. no tornadoes. we could see some damaging winds along the mississippi
river valley and the central u.s. but nothing organized, which is great news. we will take it. looking good in new york city today. pete: very good. janice dean raising the roof out there on the plaza. there you go. brian: where there is no roof. only what's left of the ozone which brings us to the paris agreement coming up later. ainsley: it is the tweet that keeps on giving. the covfefe. how are we saying this? i want to say coffee. covfefe, of course, why didn't i know that. the covfefe phrase is continuing. wait until you hear what the white house just said about it. pete: unmasking of americans swept up by surveillance in the administration. three former obama era officials. what happens next? our own judge napolitano on the case and walking in. brian: how do you know? ♪ it started with a whisper ♪ and that was when i kissed her ♪ and then she made my knees
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brian: the investigation into the unmasking controversy finally moving forward and the more insightful stuff is yet to come. the house intelligence committee issuing subpoenas to the nation's top intel agencies demanding documents relating to three obama era officials. susan rice, john brennan and samantha power who are all suspected, perhaps, of making improper requests to unmask trump associates named. what happened next fox news judicial analyst judge andrew napolitano joins us now. >> we are getting closer and closer to addressing the problems that happened to donald trump when he was mr. donald trump. do you remember back just a few months ago when devon nunes suddenly ran from his office in the house of
representatives to the white house and we learned what that was about. some nsa agents had came to him with raw data. it was so hot he had to tell the white house about it immediately. so hot he decided he had to recuse himself from the russian investigation. a, he is back in the russian investigation, what do you think it was? evidence of unmasking for political purposes, the use of raw intelligence data for political purposes that is the most serious threat to personal liberty in america and to the stability of this country since the civil war. that somebody in the white house or the administration could take raw intelligence data about their political opponents and use it to the harm of those political opponents. it is the those who say i'm not afraid why the government spies on me. i have nothing to hide. should not happen, should not
unconstitutional. will not keep us safe. brian: the accusation is beyond mike flynn. >> yes. brian: accusation by the question we saw by trey gowdy. you picked up on this right away, when you said to john brennan was there ever a u.s. ambassador that asked for the unmasking of a name not that i remember it's kind of fuzzy. now you know samantha power gets subpoenaed. was it the u.n. ambassador. >> what does the u.n. ambassador do had? she is diplomat. pete: she is not involved in intelligence. >> correct. she should not have had nothing to do with this unless it was for political purpose. the unmasking is a below the radar screen crisis that occurred at the tail end of the obama administration when they began to fear hey, donald trump might really win. we have got to do something about it. ainsley: from a legal standpoint, what does this mean? you get subpoenaed. there is going to be an investigation. they have to talk in front of the house -- this committee. but what happens next? >> this comes under the bailiwick of bob mueller next.
unmasking for legitimate intelligence purposes, you have in your hands the transcript of a conversation between an american and a foreign spy. it will -- it doesn't make sense unless you know who the american is you can unmask the american for that purpose. it's perfectly lawful. unmasking for political purposes is hacking. and that's a felony that they ought to be prosecuted for and that's part of what bob mueller is looking at. brian: i'm just wondering. go ahead, pete. pete: maybe something they could ultimately prove? do you have a sense that there could be a there there? >> yes. because all unmasking leaves electronic fingerprints. somebody did it and -- pete: washington does well it's for this reason or that reason. >> that's a defense to the charge and it's a value judgment that bob mueller is going to make. a can i prove this? b, is it worth it? is it a legitimate use of our resources? brian: one way to get politics out of this. and if the evidence leads you
to believe -- leads us to bernie sanders being unmasked, then democrats will say that's us, too. and democrats will say the most popular democrat in the country right now is bernie sanders. that's where the rubber will hit the road in this investigation. >> we have three mucks that we know were spied on. donald trump, rand paul, lindsey gram. brian: wknow this? >> they have said it. if there is democrat in that group, of course, bernie sanders for the republicans would be the best democrat. but any democrat in that group, then we realize. brian: have an honest investigation. >> correct. and masked suspiciousless spy something going to destroy us. ainsley: thank you, judge. brian: that was on the prompter but certainly a great way to end the segment. ainsley: what is in the prompter? [laughter] brian: coming up -- >> former vice president is doing today that's sparking rumors that he is not ready to give up on a white house run.
we forgot about him. >> yeah. we sure did. first of all, a tmz reported yesterday that barron trump was at home in new york city with his mom. he saw this kathy griffin photo on tv and he got very upset. he thought it was real. ken jennings who is the longest running jeopardy contestant winner responded to that report with this tweet. look at this. he says barron trump saw a very long necktie on expired deli meat in a dumpster he thought it was his dad and his little heart is breaking. i don't know if i understand the joke if you call it that not funny. pete: contestant, not a comedian. >> big brother, donald trump jr. responded. he says it takes a real man to pick on an 11-year-old. how yet another low from the left but they will rationalize this away with excuse. others on social media coming it his expense. javier says leave kids out of
it. not the real class act. jennings, the tweet reveals your black heart and lack of character only reflects on you. brian: let's talk about another trend. ainsley: everyone seems to be weighing in. pete: special your pronunciation. is it cove fee of. >> let's hear a compilation of reporters trying to pronounce the word. take a listen. >> i think it's covfefe. >> feef. >> you are right, george. >> covfefe. that word, covfefe. whatever you want to call it. >> you want me to say how to pronounce this word ron none of us know how to say this. >> covfefe. we will let you make the call this morning. >> despite the constant negative press covfefe. >> yeah. good morning. meaning i'm not sure what the meaning is. i'm still trying to figure out how to pronounce it. gail, have you won. i'm going to go suspects summertime with corn cob.
>> i thought it was covfefe. let me remind you all it's nothing. it's not a word. it doesn't matter how you pronounce it it's not a reasonable doubt would. a.p. put out official pronouncer. they say it's covfefe. ainsley: how did sean spicer respond to this? take a listen to what he said yesterday. >> do you think people should be concerned that the president posted somewhat of an incoherent tweet last night and it then stayed up for hours? >> uh-no. >> why did it stay up for so long? is no one watching this? >> the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant. >> he is like can we talk about something else? do you think we should be concerned and sean says no. [laughter] brian: deal with it on a daily basis. >> incredible. brian: typo.
>> brand new subpoenas issued in the russia probe show the investigation is bending its spotlight back onto the obama era intelligence people. >> the peculiar thing, obviously, is samantha powers. her job is really diplomatic. it is odd to the u.n. ambassador implicated. >> president trump wouldn't tip his hand on which way he will go on the paris climate accord. >> do yo getting out. >> you will find that out very soon. >> i sincerely apologize. >> kathy griffin all is not forgiven. >> cnn brought down the hammer pulling her from annual new year's eve show. >> the media looks like they covered trump's typo more than
he covered's beheading. >> unplugged. >> this is the biggest nothing burg early ever. at some point it sort of bleeds over into is i a misogyn. i take decision for every decision i make but that's not why i lost. >> her nixonian bitterness is complete. ♪ ♪ ainsley: is your last name trump? brian: no. i'm not going to give my taxes up. you won't know what part of this i own. sebastian used to work here whose brother is in the band. that means nothing to you. i apologize. [laughter] ainsley: brian -- brian: i shouldn't have said that. ainsley: you take credit for every band getting famous. pete: yeah, you do. brian: they were going to break up until they did our show.
guess who didn't do our show the beatles? they ended up breaking up. hit with subpoenas over the unmasking the trump campaign team. pete: house intel committee demanding offerings on unmasking of top officials. ainsley: new name just thrown into the fire. >> the house intelligence committee issuing seven subpoenas, three including the fbi, the cia, and the national security agency. those subpoenas at the request of chairman devin nunes referencing the unmasking of americans. naming three senior obama era officials. former national security advisor susan rice, who allegedly requested the unmasking of trump associates that appeared in coded classified intelligence reports. rice denying any wrongdoing. former cia director john brennan who testified last week and decried the leaks of classified information. and most noteworthy. president obama's former u.n. ambassador samantha power whose name has not previously
surfaced in the unmasking controversy. house investigation investigating tells fox news that they're devoting greater scrutiny to power because they have come to view her role in the unmasking much larger than previously known and her naming may have explained this exchange last week between congressman trey gowdy. >> do you recall any ambassador asking that names be unmasked? >> i don't -- i don't know. maybe it's ring ago vegas bell. but i'm not -- i could not answer with any confidence. >> our four subpoenas adam schiff. russian meddling. they include michael flynn, who is requesting immunity in exchange for his testimony and president trump's long time personal attorney michael cohen who has denied any wrongdoing or collusion with russia. no time known when this will all happen. certainly getting more inner treeing by the moment. guys?
brian: even though democrats don't seem nearly as intrigued. see if something will change their mind. judge napolitano was on earlier today on this very topic. ainsley: if was unmasking for political reasons. that's when it will be a problem. illegal to do. listen to what he says. >> the use of raw intelligence data for political purposes. that is the most serious threat to personal liberty in america and to the stability of this country since the civil war. what does u.n. ambassador do she diplomat. >> correct. correct. she should have had nothing to do with this unless it was for political purpose. so the unmasking is a below the radar screen crisis that occurred at the tail end of the obama administration when they began to fear hey, donald trump might really win. we have got to do something about it. brian: do you realize it doesn't become about donald trump anymore the other republican nominees are involved in this. for a while it looked like jeb bush would win. maybe he was involved.
senator rand paul feared their names were unmasked and they are determined to find out. pete: senator rand paul told maria bartiromo unmasked maybe other senators too. everyone thinks it's russia, russia, russia. just wait when this evidence comes out it could end up being the unmasking of names leaked to the press for political purposes much wider than people thought in the obama administration. ainsley: for political purposes is the key thing you are going to have to prove and hard to do. pete: and leaking if they find it. ainsley: for political reasons whether they do that i don't know. we have to see when they are subpoenaed and go in front of the committee. brian: hillary clinton won't go away. we know she wants to be part of the resistance which is totally inappropriate. we know al gore and john kerry didn't want to lose. al gore had his heart broken by one state and few hundred votes and still got out of way. pete: still left and grew a beard. brian: a woman who lost a bunch of blue states she came out and doubled down and
blamed facebook, conspiracy site, blamed the dnc and she blames sexism. pete: blamed the "new york times." brian: listen to her for losing. >> he does have a visceral grasp of america's political underbelly. he really understands how to inflame people, how to motivate them, how to bond with them over whatever their grievance is, you know, whatever resentment or point of anger that you may have, if he can get into it, whether it's race or sex or xenophobe i can't or anti-islamophobeia, whatever it is, and so we're seeing it on a broader stage and it is deeply troubling for not only our politics but for our position in the world. pete: as you just said visceral of political under belly equals deplorable. brian: ran through everybody.
only thing missing basket of deplorables. ran through the same litany. she is speaking from the gut and believes that she didn't misspeak. she said it multiple times and never changed her mind about what she said. ainsley: that's what she was doing before. that's why she lost. she didn't understand the american people and what they wanted. brian: ainsley in the book she says over and over again to different people i don't understand what's going on right now in this country. i don't understand why what i'm saying is not working. pete: because she never understood the rationality for her own candidacy. what does stronger together mean other than i would be first -- i wanted to bring jobs back and america back and never recovered. brian: frank on facebook says this. ainsley: all she is doing and keeps doing is proving she is no way shape, or form a capable leader and refuses to take responsibility for her downfall. pete: ed says read my words you called me deplorable. figure out the rest yourself. brian: jennifer writes this well me along with millions of
other americans didn't vote for her. i would say that's why she lost. and she is not over it but, joe biden a couple days ago said it she was not a strong candidate. he talked about the multiple reasons why she lost. and he is forming a super pac and he is going to run. he might be the run throwing her a brush back pitch that could be coming next. pete meet that could be coming next from a lot of people for sure. ainsley: in other news. pete: speaking of democrats. many continuing to lose their mind over the decision to come today at 3:00 in the rose garden. the president will announce whether or not the united states is staying in or getting out of the paris accord. the left, climate change is a religion for them. take a listen to what they have been saying it? >> will send to the rest of the world a message that the united states does not care about this planet that we all share. >> this is no longer oh he is doing his thing. this is endangering the world. >> if we stand alone to face
this global crisis, it's more than reckless. i mean, we are really endangering the planet, our american people and economy at really fragile stage. brian: people should know about 200 nations signed on to this and it's all voluntary. because we are the most industrialized nation in the world. we have. so highest emission rates. we are doing the greatest work with green energy and technology and incredible work with natural gas with fracking. we are heading in that direction anyway. pete: it makes economic sense. brian: you should know this. u.s. pledged to lower annual greenhouse gas emissions 26%. below the 2005 levels. if we don't, there is no sanction. this is what we put on ourselves. ainsley: if we stay in this agreement, we agree to give $75 billion to the rest of the world to fix the climate problem. president trump is saying why can do this. we can reduce the carbon emissions, if that's what we decide to do. if that's what the scientists decide to do.
we can spend a lot less, your money, your tax dollars to go back into your pocket and your family. greg gutfeld said something great last night. he said that is so much money $75 billion. think about what we can do. it takes a fraction of that to give education and basic healthcare, sanitation, clean drinking water to every person on earth. pete: a matter of priorities. you said 2025, brian. china doesn't have to do anything until 2030 on this. this is a blame america first effectively climate change agreement. ainsley: and everyone else -- brian: president trump was listening, heard both sides. general mattis wants him to stay in it. mark -- gary cohn wants him to stay in it. ivanka wants him to stay in it. he could do two things what he promised to do. get out of paris agreement and move the capital -- move our embassy to jerusalem. he could do both this week. ainsley: give him credit for waiting to get his ducks in a
row and get his act together. people are saying he is going to pull out. he said hold on, i need a few days and get the plan in order before i come out and tell what you have it is. pete: greg pruitt head of the e.p.a. is hoping he gets out of it malo how the climate agreement would effect the u.s. take a listen. >> the paris climbed accord is going to do nothing for the planet it barely reduces emissions. it only makes us poor. making us poorer actually makes the environment worse. democrats want big government. they want to control the economy. there is no better way to control the vast majority of the economy than through global warming regulation. healthcare, oklahoma obamacare controlled 16% of the economy. the other 84% is controlled by global warming. paris accord put our economy in charge of germany and france and the american environmental groups.
that's not a recipe for success. pete: i'm going to put my cards on the table. i'm wearing my brexit socks today. brexit was a rejection of globalism. this is a global regulatory scheme to put america first and sovereignty first. we don't need that we can keep our environment clean ourself. put america's priorities first. kind of hoping he pulls that trigger today. we will see. ainsley: head over to jillian. jillian: i have socks with dogs on them. brian: that's not part of this segment but good to know though. jillian: good morning to you. we start with a fox news alert. one person is dead. two are missing after a corn mill explodes overnight. smoke pouring out of the disseminated building in rural wisconsin. firefighters and ambulances rushing to help. at least a dozen people are hurt. fire is now contained. unclear what sparked that blast. terrifying video showing heavily guarded cops boarding a plane after a man threatened to blow it up. flight turned around moments after taking off. happened at melbourne airport
are in australia. tackled the man after he stormed the cockpit claiming to have a bomb. >> everyone in their seats. >> put your head down. >> the suspect has a history of mental illness and is facing charges. as democrats prepare for the 2020 election, you may need to prepare for more moments like this. >> mom lived in long island for 10 years or so, god rest her soul. wait, your mom is still alivment it was your dad that passed. >> a man who will be the next president of the united states, barack america. >> former vice president joe biden set to announce a new political action committee today that will give him opportunity to develop and maintain relationships with donors and democrats. biden did not run in 2016 but called himself a great candidate. so look at your headlines. we all love moments like that. ainsley: i wish he would have
won because the gaffes were so funny. we need more of them. brian: not the tiger woods we are yursed to seeing on the golf course. dash cam video of his arrest has been released and can he barely walk. pete: successfully intercepting a nuclear missile over the pacific. wait to see that you always pay
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brian: take a look at this brand new video showing the moments the u.s. sandy hook shoots down a mock war head over the pacific. that moment considered a major success for the pentagon. it was the first test ever targeting an intercontinental long range missile like north korea appears to be developing and bragging about. our next guest introduced the advanced missile defense act. this is the time is now to deal with the threat of north korea. alaska senator dan sullivan joins us. senator. >> good to see you. brian: i know you worked in the bush administration. i know you remember the secretary of defense before 9/11 drumpled got to build up missile defense. >> right. brian: democrats saying a waste of money. now what are they saying? >> it's changing because the threat is really on our doorstep. it's no longer a matter of if but when. kim jong un is going to have the ability to range not just alaska and hawaii but the lower 48. cities like new york. so democrats now, in my bill, i have some of the most
conservative republicans. republican. brian: what your bill. >> significantly advance our homeland missile defense in a number of ways. increase the number of interceptors that we have. add accelerator technology we call kill vehicles. this was a sniper shot, one on one, you technology would be a shotgun shot. and then it would include space sensors. we have liberal democrats and conservative republicans. i think there is a bipartisan consensus we need to protect the homeland now on missile defense. brian: this was unbelievably timed. you say it was from a do you t t mean the technology is there we need money. >> we need money but we need to get a sense of accelerating our missile defense. that's what this bill does. there has been this sense and you talked about it, during the obama years we cut missile defense by 50%. and right now that threat is on our doorstep.
and we need to advance our own homeland missile defense. that's what my bill does. brian: we helped with the iron dome in israel. the first persian gulf war and thaad missile system we paid for oddly for south korea to be protected. what about alaska and mainland america? >> that's right. i support all of those deployments to protect our allies, to protect our troops in korea, in japan, we need to also start focusing on our own homeland. again, brian, what's very positive about my bill is that it's got a lot of bipartisan support. brian: people watching right now, how do they help you? >> look. reach out to your member of coming. reach out to your senator, because this isn't just an issue that is in theory. this is coming to our doorstep soon. we need to have the most advanced missile defense. the testing is showing that we're accelerating our ability to protect the homeland.
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♪ pete: time now for news by the numbers. first, 55%. that's how likely president trump is to be reelected in 2020. according to the former new york city mayor michael bloomberg. the former mayor tells the "new york times" that democrats didn't have effective message in 2016 and they could repeat the same mistake again. next, 25%. that's how many shopping malls may close within the next few years. a new report predicting online shopping will continue pulling people away from national retailers.
interesting. finally, 10. that's how many years this massive alligator named signalinsnaggel tooth has been g around the everglades. even has a girlfriend named big momma. that's a great name for snagle tooth. ainsley: those things scare me. photo creating outrage across the nation. just a warning for you parents at home if you have kids. this photo we are about to show is graphic. it's the cathy griffith thing. the comedian posting that. bloody head resembling our president. cnn sponsors venues across the america. they are cutting ties with this comedian. kathy griffin has apologized. was it sincere? you be the judge. take a look. >> i sincerely apologize. i'm just now seeing the reaction of these images. i'm a comic. i crossed the line. i moved the line. then i crossed it i went way too far. the image is too disturbing. i understand how it offends people. it wasn't funny.
i get it going to ask the photographer to take down the image and i beg for your forgiveness. i went too far. i made a mistake and i was wrong. ainsley: what do you think did she go too far and what should happen to her? here to debate is lisa booth and radio talk show host and comedian kissel. thank you both for being here with us. >> hi, ainsley. ainsley: lisa, as the conservative on this panel, what do you think. >> of course she went too far with this. she had even joked on the film that they would have to move to mexico. so i think at the time that she knew this was wrong at the time. i think she knew this was going to get a lot of negative reaction. i'm glad that it did. because it's absolutely did go too far. we have seen a lot of this from the left whether it's the riots we saw on inauguration day and a car being lit on fire and businesses being broke into or the left trying to delegitimize the president, accusing him of racism, sexism or even what we have seen from hollywood. everything from what kathy
griffin did to sarah silverman calling for a military coup. so snoop dogg basically shooting the president in his video. i mean, we have seen the left just continuously go too far. i'm glad that people from both the left and the right finally stood up and said that this is wrong to kathy griffin. ainsley: ben, you are from the left what do you think. >> i wouldn't identify necessarily from the left. ainsley: what do you identify yourselyourself as? >> i'm a libertarian centrist in many ways. i think it's important to look at the first amendment and remember the first amendment protects speech and applies to speech that we might find abhorrent and disagree with that's why it exists. let's not forget john quincy adams defended the british after the boston massacre. our constitution is completely reliant on individuals to have rights and regardless if they break -- if they break the social norm, that is
technically okay and it's within their rights. ainsley: wow. something so graphic, ben, you are okay with this then? >> i don't particularly like it. i don't think it's particularly funny. i'm not sure if she was attempting to solicit laughter with the photo. the right has been railing against the left for the politically correct culture that they have been cultivating under the eight years of barack obama. we saw the rodeo clown being fired which i thought was ridiculous. ted nugent telling barack obama to suck on the barrel of his gun. these things are -- they exist on both sides. this is an opportunity for the right to say hey, you know what? we're going to stand up to political correctness. we don't agree with this behavior or photo but she has a right to do it. ainsley: lisa, trying to get to the unmasking and leaking. republicans in the house trying to get to the bottom of this. intel community, that includes john brennan, susan rice and samantha power u.n. ambassador under president obama.
they are all being subpoenaed to find out some facts. what are your thoughts. >> especially in regard to samantha power. she is diplomat, not dealing with intelligence matters. that is a big question there about what they are trying to get from her. look, you know, i think it's repeatedly forgotten there is this other side of the investigation. both with the illegal leaks and also the reported unmasking of trump official names. there has also been circa abuse from the obama administration with violating america's privacy rights and scouring these overseas foreign intercepts. we had that fisa court report not too long ago basically chastising the obama administration over fourth amendment issues. we know that the obama administration also changed the nsa's rules in how they could more easily and widely share and disseminate, you know, this intelligence information. so i think there are a lot of questions here. and i think good on congress to get to the bottom of this
because there has been such a drop in faith in american institutions. i think the only way to try to rebuild that trust is to get some answers here on all of it. ainsley: ben? >> both parties are completely complicit when it comes to undermining the republic and undermining the democratic process that we have. susan rice is notorious liar when you look back at her blaming benghazi on a film or look at what she did in the mid 1990s with bill clinton. basically we had a chance to get usama bin laden and she told bill clinton not to do it. she has a long history of lying to the american people. and i think it will be good to see them held accountable. ainsley: she won't be lying or shouldn't be lying at least under oath. we will see what happens next week. thank you so much lisa and ben for being with us. >> thank you, ainsley. ainsley: you are welcome. not the tiger woods why are used to seeing on the golf course. dash cam video has been released and he can barely walk. who is to blame for hillary clinton's election lost? not hillary. just ask her. >> anybody else said about it
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woman joins us here to talk about in this morning. what was your reaction? >> it was typical hillary clinton. i was in michigan ground zero. hillary clinton never came to our state. when she finally recognized that she was losing michigan, her whole campaign was anti-trump. she never put forward a vision for michigan voters. donald trump came in. he talked about fair trade. he talked about jobs. he talked about the economy. he put forward a vision for the michigan voters and that's why he won. brian: wisconsin, too right? she spent more time in arizona than wisconsin. it isn't a matter of blue states turning red. >> yeah. we had a countdown clock in michigan for how many days hillary clinton had not come to our state. i think it got up to 54 days post convention. we were a fly over state. she took us for granted. and donald trump invested in the voters in michigan. ainsley: from a personal standpoint we asked her to come on our show a lot. every time we asked president trump to come on. we asked her to come on too. sometimes they would send other people and they never sent her. i thought that was a big mistake.
>> every time i see these interviews it reinforces why she lost. every time she is out there she seems to be totally unaware. she has no self-awareness. maybe she needs a class or something we can send her it to. there is no accountability. reinforces every time why she lost when she goes out and does these interviews.e believee deplorables comment. donald trump able to provide him. hillary clinton said she inherited very little. take a listen to what hillary clinton had to say. >> i'm now the nominee of the democratic party. i inherit nothing from the democratic party. >> what do you mean nothing? >> i mean it was bankrupt. it was on the verge of insolvency. its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong. i had to inject money into it. >> this is the dnc you are saying. >> the dnc to keep it going. brian: debbie was sermon schultz who is a friend of
hers got fired in the middle of it. she didn't. pete: for blocking bernie. ainsley: blocking bernie and giving debate questions to hillary. >> gave her debate questions. they put the debates on nights where there was football so there was less viewership. they did everything they did to bring the primary against bernie sanders. everything that the dnc did was to help hillary clinton and now she is turning her back on them after all they did to help her. ainsley: dnc don't have the act together they are broke? >> we see it. we see it every day. we are on the ground in all these states. the rnc is far superior in terms of data and ground game we retooled after 2012 and we will continue to do that in 2018. pete: what can president trump and the republicans get done? there is a lot of concern that the senate republican caucus can't stay coherent. >> i'm traveling the country. i have been to 20 states. i'm traveling 70,000 miles. i have to bring the grassroots to washington and tell our legislators if we don't do the
things that we campaigned on, we will see our voters turn their back on us in 2018. we have to repeal and replace obamacare. we have to get tax reform. they are very pleased with the president. he has enacted deregulation. he has restored america's standing as a leader in the world. but they need to see congress act and do the things that we campaigned on. brian: what does the republican base want the president to do about the paris agreement? >> i think they are going to want him to pull out. i think they want him to put america first. they want him to look -- i don't want to step on the president's toes but i'm all over the country. i have think they are looking at every deal and saying this is the president who is going to put america's interests first. that's what they are going to expect for him to do at the paris agreement. brian: how important is it to keep tom price's seat in georgia's six? >> we kept kansas, we kept montana. georgia is where they have put all of their money. we won in the primary. in fact, republican votes
totaled more than the democrat votes. the president came in and really helped us in the primary. we want to keep that seat. we want to make sure that the president -- ainsley: june 20th. >> south carolina is that same night as well. pete: no matter what mainstream media will say democrats win. >> we won montana in a state democrat governor democrat senator and there is nothing. we can't win in the mainstream media. brian: no more body slams. >> only you, brian. brian: usually in the break. pete: usually. ainsley: let's hand it over to jillian so brian can get warmed up. jillian: i'm going to watch out. 21 minutes until the top of the hour. new example of immigration law causing more crime. this illegal immigrant facing burglary charges in new jersey. rearrested for allegedly robbing more houses after being released without paying bill. douglas baudriz-diaz took advantage of the bill
releasing low risk suspect. diaz should have faced a bail between 10,000 and $50,000. new law also ignores immigration status. three people are dead after a pair of bounty hunters confront a fugitive at a car dealership. >> back up. [gunfire] >> the bounty hunters opening fire when suspect ramon hutchinson reached for a gun in waistband. some with children running for safety. hunters and suspect all shooting at one another. hutchison had outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a first degree drug charges excuse me in minneapolis. incredible video showing a man escaped death after fuel tanker crashes and explodes on the highway. take a look at this video. you can seat driver roll out into traffic on interstate. this happened in denver, colorado. he tries to walk away and falls back down. huge flames just inches away.
crews working on the road, pushing over to -- rushing over to help him escape. the driver is hurt, but it's unclear exactly how seriously he is hurt. but lucky to be alive. shocking new video shows tiger woods swaying, struggling to stand as is he busted for dui. admitting to officers he has no idea where he is. take a look. >> okay. do you know where you are going? >> no. >> you are just driving around or what? >> i like to drive. >> i'm sorry? >> i like to drive. jillian: golf great confused by what jupiter police in florida wanted from him. >> stand with your arms by your side. >> oh. >> are you okay? what's wrong? >> what are we doing? ail. jillian: woods handcuffed after failing four sobriety tests. breathalyzer finding he didn't have any alcohol in his system.
police report reveals he was on four medications. we are seeing new photos of his mercedes showing flat tires, rim damage and scuffs on the back bumper. he is due in court next month. those are a look at your headlines. ainsley: you don't get two flat tires from hitting curbs. >> that's the scary part of it all. he is lucky to be alive let alone what else happened. brian: we don't know the story yet. he a i have a feeling we will be seeing more video. pete: could have been big curbs. brian: huge. pete: why are ignoring attacks on christians around the world? we aren't. next guest has a theory on that. from frequent heartburn. all day, and all night. now packed into a pill so small, we call it mini. new clearminis from nexium 24hr. see heartburn differently. remember dad helping you catch your first fish?
networks, so-called big three spending 20 seconds total on the story. brian: next guest has a powerful message for both the media and christians here at home in new op-ed matt walsh writes. this excerpt of the our media pays little attention to the martyr dom of christians make a case for christianity. let's face it, whatever the reason we simply don't care that much about the persecution of christians in the middle east. these christians were willing to give up everything for christ. how many of us are willing to give up anything? ainsley: right. good question. here to explain is the author of the unholy trinity blocking the left's assault on life, marriage and jearnd mr. matt walsh. thank you for coming on to talk about your op-ed. titled "dear christians in america never forget how easy you have it. "what do you mean? >> this is such an incredible story that's being completely ignored by the media. you know, keep in mind that
these christians, they were on a bus headed into the desert to go to a monastery to pray which is already far more effort than most christians in america would ever make to simply go to church. they were pulled off the bus one by one, interrogated, asked to convert to islam. they refused, including the children, and they were murdered, 29 of them. and you compare that to us and who we go through in this country and how little it really takes for us to abandon our faith. you know, have you christians in this country who won't stand up for their faith. won't stand for the more difficult aspects of our faith for christian teaching because why? we are not faced with muslim militants, you know, tracking us down and shooting us and enslaving our children. we are feyed with, what, mean comments on facebook? arguments with our families at thanksgiving? and for many of us that's too much. that's too much to bear. you compare that to the christians of the middle east.
we should feel ashamed, i think. pete: matt you call it erratic occasion of christians across the middle east. we don't care. is it the distance? we can't relate? what is the key component we are watching literally the eradication of christians and doing almost nothing about it? >> that's a really good question. i'm not sure what it is. i would like to say it's the distance. that wouldn't be a good excuse. yeah, egypt is really far away from us. then again, manchester in the u.k. that's pretty far away from us, too. i think if something happened in let's say the sydney opera house was attacked in australia, i think that would be headline news and we would be talking about it for days. so i'm not sure that the distance, necessarily, explains it. i think it's something about the fact that they are christians and that they are dying for their faith. i think that makes the mainstream media and liberals uncomfortable because, as i said in the piece, you know,
it's a really compelling case for christianity that these people are willing to die for it. and christians in this country i think many of us are uncomfortable looking at that because it challenges us and we have to ask ourselves do we believe in our faith that much? are we that convicted in our faith that we would be willing to give up everything for it and i think many of us don't want to ask that question. brian: you could say in america and you are probably right, the leader of the catholics, roman catholics is the pope has a lot of power with christians. do you think he could be doing more? >> of course. i'm a catholic myself. he needs to be saying more. i know he speaks out about some of this stuff and did he speak out about this latest attack but, listen, i'm not saying that the pope needs to be like pope irvin second 1095 needs to be calling holy crusade into the holy land to kill the muslim invader. i'm not saying that but maybe some happy medium between that and what pope francis is doing when is basically nothing. at least displaying some real
anger and outrage about this. brian: jews aren't killing christians, christians aren't killing christians it's these muslim extremists killing christians. we do know what the attackers are like. pete: yeah. >> yeah. exactly. and i think that's part of the reason why many of our christian leaders are afraid to say anything about it because they don't want to be accused of isz lamb phobia. such a pathetic excuse. instance a ains christians trying to go to church and another religion killing christians. brian: matt walsh, the name of the book is the unholy trinity. appreciate it. >> thank you. brian: straight ahead what does covfefe mean a few theories are out there. pete: mr. met in hot water for flipping off the fans. the team's reaction coming up.
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♪ brian: so last night the president or the night before last in the morning the president thought he sent out a tweet and go to bed. pete: he did go to bed and he did send out a tweet. ainsley: the tweet included the word covfefe. am i pronouncing that right? we don't know. brian: not a word. ainsley: you can pronounce it however you want. pete: is it covfefe. ainsley: yesterday brian was saying he needed more covfefe in his. brian: trying to write coverage.
ainsley: right. brian: the most powerful man in the world what does he mean. pete: the internettics employed over the word covfefe. we were talking about coptic christians being killed and the internet explodes over covfefe. >> i think it's covfefe. >> covfefe, right. >> you are right, george. >> that tweet that word covfefe however you want to pronounce it. >> how you say this word. none of us know how to say this. >> covfefe. covfefe. we will let you make the call this morning. >> despite the negative press covfefe. >> yeah. good morning. meaning i'm not sure what the meaning is i'm still trying to figure out how to pronounce it gail you have won. i'm going to go because it's summertime with corn cob. pete: corn cob? like corn on the cob. ainsley: janice, come on. they are so serious about how
to pronounce it but it is not a word so you can pronounce it however you want. brian: had off camera gaggle with audio as sean spicer was asked about this. listen. >> do you think people should be concerned that the president then posted somewhat of an incoherent tweet last night and it then stayed up for hours? >> uh-no. >> why did it stay up so long? is nobody watching this? >> no, i think the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant. pete: so serious. they try to follow up. what does it mean? >?the president tweeted we will let you find out what it means. enjoy. ainsley: should would he be concerned? and sean goes no. pete: how about no. brian: let me just tell us what's coming up in the next hour unless have you a different run down at home. sean spicer historic election loss now even blaming facebook. we have mark steyn coming up
>> brand-new subpoenas issued in the russia probe show the bending the spotlight back to the obama era investigation people. >> she's a diplomat. she should have had nothing to do with this, unless it was for political purpose. >> president trump wouldn't tip his hand on which way he'll go on the paris accord. trump: we're going to find out very soon. >> i sincerely apologize. >> sorry, kathy griffin. all is not forgiven. >> cnn brought down the hammer, pulling her from the new year's eve show. >> it seems they covered more about her than the beheading, which says a lot about him.
>> at some point, it sort of bleeds over into misogyny. i take responsibility for every decision i made, but that's not why i lost. >> her transformation into full nixonian bitterness is complete. ♪ ♪ >> it's grame on. brian: yeah, and it's going to be packed. we just grew our own grass. that is not artificial turf. a lot of these fans want to be on natural grass. >> and speaking of game one, it's game one of the nba finals. brian: we have not seen the teams play, except for the last three years. ainsley: we have a guest here on the curvy couch. mark steyn joins us. author, fills in for rush
limbaugh. >> i don't like to walk across the astroturf when -- beautifully manicured. >> so we've been covering hillary clinton going off the rails and blaming everyone but herself. we've got a montage of things she said yesterday. take a listen. >> my e-mail account was turned into, you know, the biggest scandal since lord knows when. this is the biggest nothing burger ever. it was a mistake. i said it was a mistake. but the way that it was used was very damaging. i know you had dean here from the new york times yesterday, and they covered it like it was pearl harbor. it was always a hard issue to put to bed. but we put it to bed in july, and then it rose up again. i inherit nothing from the democratic party. it was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data
was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong. i had to inject money into it. >> this is the dnc. >> the dnc to keep it going. earlier understands how to inflame people, how to motivate them, how to bond with them, over whatever their grievance is, you know? whatever resentment or point of anger that you may have. if he can get into it, whether it's race or sex or xen phobia or antiislamaphobe i can't or whatever it is. >> mark, are we do we start with this? >> when she blamed the operatives who apparently it makes more sense to spend the 200 bucks on crack macedonian operatives than $2 billion on john podesta. apart from that, i thought it was pathetic. we were talking about it beforehand that's just stumbled around, he didn't
know what he was doing. now we're told that apparently it was all this crack data mining operation that trump had that said, you know, there's a swing county in ohio that's really itching for a terrific john mccain joke right now. and the idea that this is -- the guy who won by basically tearing up the rule back, they can't do it. brian: going through the deplorable list, do you remember the big mistake she made? was doing it again. she touches the underbelly of america and also insulting those people again. >> i know. and the idea is it can't be a genuine connection because these are too stupid. they had to have been suckered into falling for trump. the fact is it's not even a democrat republican thing. you could see when last time around that obama, whatever what you felt about him connected with the people he spoke with in a way that mitt
romney, it didn't come naturally to him. this time around, hillary didn't connect. people left a hillary rally, which is an oxymoronic term more depressed than when they walked in. ainsley: i walked away from her blaming the dnc. because of course she's going to blame other people. her server, that's a nothing burger. i didn't win because the trump people, the deplorables, the underbelly. but then she said the d nc is bankrupt and thanks to me, i was injecting money. does this hurt the dems? >> the idea that some saudi prince gives bill clinton $2 million for a speech on diarrhea in africa so that hillary can then give the $2 million to prop up the dnc. at the time, we were told that the dnc had the great ground game, the great data mining and trump had no ground game.
he was just winging it. and, again, it's the complete opposite of what it was at the time. >> and are does she really believe it was a nothing burger? >> by the way, russian for nothing. that's what trump's game away. brian: i just want to bring this up. she also when asked, why did you give those speeches to goldman sachs? and she asked a man can do it but a woman can't? really? it's sexist now? what are you talking about? >> again, it's this dissecretary. she was a terrible candidate. this place where the wife of the previous president. i have nothing against women leaders. i'm not a sexist. canada has had a woman prime minister. britain has had two, australia has one, germany, scandinavia, all the rest of them. the difference is they weren't entitlement candidates who felt they were entitled to be the head of government.
>> big difference. brian: today at 3:00 in the rose garden, the president of the united states is going to give us a decision whether we stay in this parent climate agreement with almost 200 other nations. what do you think he's going to do? >> i would love it if he would pull it out because, to me, this sums up the absolute decadence of the political class. if you pull up at a ariana grande concert, the mayor of london and the prime minister of france say get used to it. that's just the way it is, we can't do anything about it. but if you want us to lower the thermostat of the planet by a third of a degree in the year 2100, that we can do. and spending trillions to do it. it's bonkers. fix the ariana grande problem. you should be able to do that. and if that works out, then adjust the planet. >> a perfect dichotomy of the future that you have the left calling conservatives climate deniers but conservatives saying you're islamist deniers.
>> right. and in 2100, we'll know who was right. this of us who worried about what's happening at things like the ariana grande thing or those who worried about the planet will be fine. it will shrug off your suv and your air conditioner without a thought as it has for thousands of years. brian: but we have seen what china is. that country has ignored all type of pollution regulations or common sense. we don't want that. but we're not there now. people on the flip side will say, listen, if the u.s. stays in, they'll be able to make sure people don't go off the ledge with severe economic principles. ainsley: listen to this, and we'll get your reaction. >> it would send to the rest of the world a message that the united states does not care about this planet that we all share. >> this no longer "oh, he's doing his thing." this is endangering the world. >> if we stand alone to face this global crisis, it's more than reckless. i mean, we are really endangering the planet, the
american people, and our economy at a really fragile stage. >> fragile. >> it's not a serious agreement. and neither was kyoto. and the only country that took kyoto seriously was new zealand, and they tried to honor it, and it nearly bankrupted them, so they had to pull out. all the other people went along as a joke. and the joke to politics is what trump runs against. trump is supposed to be the guy who stands up against these joke. brian: is there a replying risk for him if he does stay in it after he ran against it? >> i think there is because this isn't even a tough call. it's a meaningless agreement. it's a poser agreement. it's one of the one things you might call the european union unionization of the world where leaders strike attitudes and stand there looking pleased with themselves.
that's what it is. ainsley: that's the nothing burger. >> stepping back, why is climate change the religion of the left? >> i think precisely because it is so meaningless. because if you say to them "let's enforce the border." what? are you out of your mind? that's just a natural phenomenon, we can't control the border. but control the heavens. that, we can do. and it's actually literally insane. the left has to do with your money, the more the left is invested in it. >> and the more spending it requires. >> yeah. brian: good job, mark. ainsley: let's hand it over to jillian who has headlines. >> that's right. good morning. ten minutes past the hour right now. at least one person is dead and two are missing after a corn milling plant explodes with several workers inside. smoke pouring out of the decimated building in rural
wisconsin. firefighters and ambulances rushing to help late last night. it's unclear what sparked the blast. to another fox news alert, incredible images just coming in of u.s. warships conducting dual exercises. the uss vincent and uss reagan conducting together in the sea of japan. it comes just days after north korea launched another missile into the same area. the pacific command says the exercise helps ready troops for any possible conflict and to help protect korea and japan. and this as we see brand-new stunning video of the military testing missile defense system meant to protect americans against threats from north korea. the uss a nuke over the pacific ocean. a man allegedly threaten to blow up a plane. the flight forced to turn around after moments of taking off in australia. authorities say passengers tackled the man after he
stormed the cockpit claiming to have a bomb. the suspect has a history of mental illness and is facing charges. uh-oh. one of america's most popular mascots just got fired. mr. met in really hot water after flipping off a fan in last night's game at city field in new york. not clear what got him so mad. the team issuing him a statement saying quote we apologize for the inappropriate action of this employee. we do not condone this type of behavior. we are dealing with this matter internally. the man inside the costume is out of a job and guys considering him from philosophy will also get myself in trouble. there. brian: does he have to take the reprimand in his out fit? >> if you yell at him while he's wearing his had he had. >> what would be his argument back?
brian: they wouldn't talk. we've got you on tape. they did lose and people have to express themselves. >> just the guy inside, we'll never know. ainsley: just get a happier guy to be inside there. brian: that's what happens when gets hurt. ainsley: when who gets hurt? >> we had mr. met on at the beginning of the season he's a nice guy. brian: you don't know. he did not talk. he did not give you the finger when he was here. >> that's right. brian: circling back to the obama administration, and it doesn't look good so far. a live report from washington next. ainsley: and america, prepare yourself. joe biden is back. >> a man who will be the next president of the united state states, barack obama america. ainsley: that's so funny. what the former vice president is doing today, he's not giving hopes for a white house run. barack america. ♪ fun in art class.
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of president trump's campaign team. ainsley: the house intelligence committee demanding information request made by top obama officials. brian: wow. live in dc with new details of a new name just thrown into the fire, chris; is that right. >> that's right. a total of seven opinions coming out of the house. three including the fbi, cia, and national security agency referencing the unmasking of americans and naming three senior obama era officials. most notably, samantha power, whose name is not previously surfaced in the unmasking controversy. house versus tell fox news that they're devoting greater scrutiny to power now because they believe her role is much larger than previously known. and this exchange last week between former cia director bren inand tray gowdy. >> do you recall any u.s. ambassadors asking that names be unmasked? >> i don't. i don't know.
maybe it's ringing a vague bell, but i'm not -- i could not answer with any confidence. >> also named in the subpoena. you'll recall he cried the leaks of that investigation and testimony. and former national security adviser susan rice who requested the unmasking. rice has denied any wrongdoing. the other force of subpoena, former national security adviser michael flynn and michael cohen. and president trump is already weighing in this morning on twitter saying quote the big story is the unmasking and surveillance of people that took place during the obama administration. guys, no question about the meaning of that tweet. and there's no timeline yet on the testimony of any of those subpoenas. >> very much so. griff, thank you very much. appreciate it. >> so is the mainstream media so eager to take down the president? they're actually helping the
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vote on the bill is tomorrow. we know the left wants single pair health care. and nasa announcing a mission to quote touch the sun. next year the agency will send an unmanned spacecraft into the massive starz atmosphere for the first time ever. nasa is wanting to better understand the sun whether it affects things like sunspots here on earth. brian: that is so cool. meanwhile, is the mainstream media so eager to take down president trump they're actually helping the russians undermine the u.s. our next guest says, yes. ronald is an award-winning investigative journalist and. ainsley: and new york times best-selling author of the secrets of the fbi. he joins us now, as you can see from our nation's capital. thank you so much, ron, for being with us. >> thank you for having me. ainsley: so you're saying that mainstream media, they're not telling the truth, and you have some examples. you said the washington post ran a story, and you said that
the fbi has determined that an aid close to donald trump is a person of interest in the russia investigation. and then you go on to say the fbi doesn't even use that word, person of interest. >> right. they simply do not do that and anybody who knows the fbi knows that that term doesn't exist when it comes to a counterintelligence investigation. and this is an example of the false stories being planted by the russians because the russians encrypt their communications. so whenever these communications are picked up, that means by definition that the russians purposefully put them out, purposefully crafted the conversation, or staged the conversation with trump aids and russian officials. so -- and this is part of the disinformation campaign that the russians began with the
election and is now even more intense. and as part of that, the russians plant these false stories. they use cutouts, anonymous letters, they use journalists who are being paid by the russians. the story that jared kushner met with russians was first given to the washington post through anonymous letter almost certainly sent by the russians. and then the media is so out to get trump that they will run them without proper verification, as was the case with story you mentioned. and the most amazing thing is that the former cia director john brennon and former director of national intelligence james clapper had testified that these conversations that they saw between the russians and trump aids were troubling. well, guess what?
they're so gullible that they don't understand that of course they can read them because even a 14-year-old can get encryption software that the fbi can't penetrate. and just one more thing. what i'm saying is all verified and confirmed by a former fbi assistant director for international operations and his name is tom, and he happens to be a cnn senior law enforcement analyst. but he believes he cannot say this on the cnn air because it totally harpoons the whole narrative of cnn has been running that donald trump is part of the russian empire, even though he sent missiles into syria against russian interest. brian: right. but do you believe -- having said everything you said and the russians playing a role. from what you know, how angry is the fbi and do you believe
going to bat for comey to turn on this president? >> no. the fbi is very professional and, you know, they're always in the crosshairs from some side or another side being attacked one way or another. a lot of phony information out there. those are professionals. they're working every day to make us safe, and they're not going to be part of any political charade. brian: somebody has been telling comey's story for the last two weeks. >> yeah, people close to comey are obviously putting out stories. but the fbi agents themselves are just -- the reason we have not been attacked successfully from a foreign terrorist organization since 9/11 is the fbi. brian: yeah. they do a great job. thank you so much. ron, go pick up his book to get the inside story. thanks, ron. >> thank you. brian: coming up, it's not the tiger woods we're used to seeing on the golf course.
dish issues? throw it all in. new cascade platinum powers through... even burnt-on gravy. nice. cascade. ainsley: this is your shot of the morning. this is about as american as it gets. brian: yep. corporal clarence wrapping bacon around his gun. >> that's right. his expresser. >> then covers it in tinfoil and starts firing. the barrel gets so hot that it was extra crispy and tasty. do you remember when ted cruz did that during the campaign
too? he put it at the end of an m4 and ate it off the barrel of a rifle. ainsley: and it actually cooks the bacon? brian: do you actually do that? >> i do but you can't be upstaged by the marine core. brian: what happens if you forget your burner in the woods? >> rifle's easier. >> if you do it, get it on video. brian: exactly. >> shocking new video shows tiger words struggling his words as he busted for dui admitting to officers he had no idea where he was. take a look. . >> do you know where you are? >> no. >> u just driving around? >> i like to drive. ainsley: the golf great even confused by what jupiter, florida cops wanted from him. >> go ahead and stand with
your feet together and arms by your side. are you okay? what's wrong? >> what are we doing? >> handcuffed after failing four sobriety tests. he didn't have any alcohol in his system but the police report reveals he was on four medications. we're also seeing new photos of his mercedes showing flat tires, rim damage, scuffs on the back bumper. he's due in court next month. as democrats prepare for the 2020 election, you may need to prepare for more moments like this. god rest your soul and -- your mom's still alive. a man who will be the next president of the united states. barack america. chuck senator is here. stand up, chuck. oh, god love you. what am i talking about?
>> well, you'll remember told state senator to stand up who's in a wheelchair. a new political action committee today that will give him opportunities to develop and maintain relationships with donors and democrats. biden did not run in 2016 but called himself a great candidate. well, she lost the national spelling bea but 6-year-old edith just won all of our hearts. the oklahoma kindergartener is the youngest person to ever compete and win against kids twice her age. >> myctinasty. >> correct. >> my goodness. she spelled everything right but her test scores weren't high enough to make it to the finals. busting into tears and running to her dad. she's awesome. that's a look at your headlines. brian: still handled it better
than hillary clinton. >> well, that's because she's still a winner. >> all right. janice, over to you. can you spell meteorologist? >> yes, pick. m-e-t-e-o-r-o-l-i- -- i don't know. brian: what a person. >> how are you guys doing today? do you love the weather in new york city? >> wonderful. >> and are you a good speller? >> i guess. >> what do you think of the weather here in new york? >> it's great. >> where are you guys from? i love it. i love where all of you are from. let's take a look at the map. it's the first day of the hurricane season. january 1st. anybody here experience a hurricane out there before? yep. we need to get you prepared. june 1st. and predicting an active season, so we want to make sure everyone if you live along the gulf coast, atlantic coast, you want to make sure you have your preparation kit, you know what you're going to do.
we have our first named storm happening in i believe january. bret baier, you have a name after you if we have a hurricane, and i think it's going to be a very kind, gentle hurricane if it's named after bret baier. all along the east coast, we're going to watch you for the potential of showers and thunderstorms. otherwise, it's going to be 80 degrees here in new york city, everybody. thank you for coming out. thank you for being my friends. wave to everybody at home. wave to everybody in the studio. yay. ainsley: hello to everyone out there. they're waving to y'all on the street. they're waving to you. we do get the kids on stairs because the table's so high. nice to see y'all. look, you can find her on the fox business network delivering the news, the latest news in the markets; right? >> that is very right. but today she's here making her famous homemade blueberry pie.
ainsley: with her family. >> my husband james, my little guy jamie, alexandra and elizabeth. and they're twins. brian: what is it like having twins? >> and their first time on television, by the way. brian: is it good? bad? ainsley: i understand you all picked these blueberries; right? we have a picture of you picking blueberries. where do you do this? >> they go to new hampshire. these are not technically new hampshire blueberries. but i'm from new hampshire. i grew up there, and we had lots of blueberry bushes in my yard as a kid, so we used to go out and pick the blueberries, and it was a fun tradition. we would come home and my mom would make pie with us. so it's a tradition i continued with my kids, and we go picking for blueberries in the summer back in new hampshire, and we make new england style blueberry pie. >> so you put the family to
work? >> absolutely. brian: so we have crust, and we have to plate. >> that's the beauty of this. it's very easy. brian: okay. trish: and it's healthy. there's a little sugar in there, and it's fruit and healthy. do you want to start with the lemon over here? this is like the secret touch. this is kind of a fancy lemon squeezer; right? you can just do it the old-fashioned way with a regular lemon. but she's going to squeeze a little lemon, and we're going to put that lemon into the blueberry mix. ainsley: so this is just a bowl of fresh blueberries? trish: yes. brian: good job, ainsley. ainsley: i couldn't tell if there were other ingredients. trish: so we'll take the flower. alexandra, you're close to brian. i know we're taught not to punch but can you hit him with my permission? no, i'm kidding. i'm kidding. brian: don't hit me.
trish: do you want to toss this a little bit? >> yeah. trish: and then you get the sugar. this is important because, elizabeth, do we have a taste tester? your blueberries are really sweet like the ones in my backyard, then you don't actually need to add a ton of sugar. brian: jamie, do you want to stand on the table? no? trish: so you put the sugar in but, again, if your blueberries are really sweet, you don't need a ton of sugar. >> what's your favorite part about making this pie? >> eating the blueberries. >> eating it. trish: good thing we got that sugar; right? good thing we got the sugar. ainsley: alexandra, how old are y'all? how old are the girls? trish: they're seven. ainsley: is it so much fun being a twin? i'm sure. what's the best part of it?
what's the best part of being a twin? >> probably sharing. ainsley: sharing. and always having a friend. brian: jamie, the fact he's 4, and he loves having twin sisters; right? >> yeah. trish: and you have your own little friend right here that made t all the way to the studio. brian: trish, we only have a couple of seconds let of. what else do we do? trish: you put this into -- >> we would be bad as a cooking network. trish: yeah, really. but what do i always say? it doesn't matter how it looks. it matters how it -- >> thank you. ainsley: y'all are so good. brian: and then you squeeze the crust; right? >> i can attest. trish, it's fantastic. >> i ate the entire piece. brian: do you do a lot of
cooking? >> no. not at all. brian: what do you do? >> i'm a banker. brian: that's almost as good as cooking. >> almost. >> and you put the vanilla ice cream on at the end. ainsley: we're going to eat it during commercial break. brian: trish regan. >> perfect end to it. next on the run down. who's to blame for hillar hillary clinton's election loss? not hillary. just ask her. >> now the nominee of the democratic party, i inherit nothing from the democratic party. it was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency. >> police chief ed henry is here to give his take. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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was mediocre to poor. nonexistent. wrong. i had to inject money into it. ainsley: democrats are now saying she's taking it too far. so why is she blaming everyone else but herself? here to react to this is fox news chief national correspondent ed henry. good morning, ed. >> well, good morning, guys. i had democrats reaching out to me after she made these comments. they were so perplexed. basically saying what she should have said is thanks, obama. because it was barack obama who set up that political organization ofa that was a rival to the dnc. that's where all the money went. obama for america then organizing for america. so the democratic party was bankrupt. but they still had all of this data that they gave her in 2015, voting data. and she was using it even before she was a candidate looking at patterns in iowa and new hampshire and all of these really important states. and i'm told by top democrats that in private, hillary clinton and her top aids never once complained that the data
was bad and the dnc repeatedly reached out to the brooklyn campaign headquarters and said, look, let us come to brooklyn, show you more data. we can build this out. we can make improvements, and they were repeatedly told by brooklyn "thanks but no thanks. we've got this" so that shows the arrogance that the clinton campaign had. that was one of their real problems. and then i had democrats reaching out to me last night saying wait a second. the dnc was not the one that told her don't go to wisconsin or don't focus on michigan. don't focus on pennsylvania. and the other thing is you've got donald trump now tweeting about this last night. the president of the united states weighing in on her comments and calling her crooked hillary again saying crooked hillary clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a terrible candidate. hits facebook and even dnc. here's the other irony of course, folks. two things. one, it was the dnc that was basically doing hillary clinton bidding by pushing bernie sanders aside, protecting her from a lot of debates. now she's turning her fire on
them. and the other thing that democrats were telling me last night when comments broke. they were saying we were not the ones who told her to call donald trump supporters a bask of deplorables. that was her weak candidacy. >> which in this statement she reiterated as well. >> more mistakes. yeah, right. exactly. ainsley: and said that her server was a nothing burger. >> right. but -- ainsley: it did have to cost her some. it was a very close race. >> right. and her previous appearance she said i take responsibility. and then she blamed comey, russia, and here she is not taking responsibility and blaming fellow democrats of the dnc. ainsley: are you hearing she'll run a third time? >> basically democrats reaching out to me last night if she wants to, they're not going to be onboard. >> yeah. doesn't seem like it. thanks a lot. he's a four time whistling world champion, and he's a washington power player. and here to teach us his
talent next. ainsley: that's beautiful. bill what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> don't need a microphone for that, do you? i can hear it. boom. the president last hour saying the big story surveillance during the obama years. all about that coming up. and which way will the president go on the climate deal? all of us are awaiting that decision today. and count the ways hillary clinton say she lost the election. we have a list. we'll show it to you. including content farms in macedonia. see you in ten minutes. can't make it up
[whistling] [applause] >> i mean, this man can whistle. chris has been a top staffer on capitol hill and the chief spokesman for the scc that currently runs in washington. brian: but that's not also he does. he's also four time whistle champion in the world. ainsley: and he's out with a brand-new book called finding your whistle. chris joins us right now. how are you? >> immigrate. i couldn't be better and thanks for letting me talk about my book. >> is it phone call whistlers? >> no. this book is not only about whistling. it's about love, joy, and making the world a better place. because whistle is just metaphor for what is your simple gift? and i think you don't have to
be a hero to make the world a better place, and i've been able to take this super simple gift just whistling, whistle for the president in the oval office. i whistled happy birthday 400 times a year for people. i whistle for handicap kids, one of whom can't speak but being whistle. i've been able to it up of people with this simple gift. and the key is can you find it? and that's what find your whistle is all about. ainsley: describe these pictures right here. >> that's me and george bush in oval office. he was so gracious having me visit him. and i got to -- vice president cheney came in also, and we had a party in the oval office whistling. ainsley: how did you get invited? >> well, i worked in the executive office of the president but not for him, so i had never met him. but he heard a whistler and then summoned to the oval office with 15 minutes notice. i walk in, the president is sitting at his desk with his feet up on the desk and a
unlit cigar in his hand. and he said who taught you how to whistle? do you need some water? do you sit? do you stand? >> and i said, no, i'm moist and puckered, i'm ready to go. ainsley: i was never able to whistle. >> it's three components. there's lips, air, and tongue. so let's take air. so don't blow too loud. if you try to blow too hard, nothing happens. it's gentle. so for the lips, you want a nice hole. and then the tongue is on the bottom of your mouth and the airflows over it. so so three variables. look, you're getting it. brian: they're going to train during the break. back in a moment +++ but grandma, we use charmin ultra soft
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scott mcqueary will reform. >> come down. the first 100 people spend the morning hanging out. >> see you friday. >> bill: good morning, everybody. big decision today with the u.s. stay or get out of the paris climate pact. world leaders are waiting that call from president donald trump. it will happen in a rose garden moment today. here at home two rivals slinging mud as if we were still in the middle of a campaign. very interesting as we say good morning on a thursday. big day ahead inside the west wing. i'm bill hemmer, good morning at home. >> shannon: i feel like we're in a time machine. we've gone back into the campaign. we're awaiting president trump's decision, though he and hillary clinton are renewing their rivally on twitter with hillary clinton am