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as anti-terror is continuing london following last night that the attack. >> stay with the news channel all day long for all the breaking developments from london and around the world. thank you for joining us. very capable show coming up next. i., everyone. >> fox news alert for the third time in as many months. the u.k. is waking up in the shadow of terror. many streets of central london right now so quartered off this morning released seven people have been killed, dozens others heard it last night's rampage. started with the been running down pedestrians followed by a knife attack in a nearby restaurant district. the three attackers shot and killed by police eight minutes later ended this morning we are learning 12 people have now been arrested in eastern london in connection with the attack. rich prime minister theresa may speaking earlier this morning.
>> we believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face as terrorism breeds terrorism and perpetrators are inspired to attack not only on the basis of carefully constructed top after planning and training radicalize online, but i copied one another and often using the crudest means of attack. maria: we'll get reaction from nigel farage in just a moment in london. let's go to one of my virginity miller's getting by with the latest. good morning to you. what can you tell us? >> good morning, maria. eight minutes is how long this entire attack took. and at eight minutes, seven people were killed. at least 40 people were wounded in the three attackers themselves were killed by police. it all happened not far from where i am now standing and as
you can see over my shoulder, the street here is still closed off. the scene last night is very different. as you mentioned, a white van south across london bridge plowed into pedestrians then moved on to a nearby area where the attackers exited the vehicle and went on a stabbing spree. what authorities say now is the attackers have not yet been publicly identified. survivors say they will never forget what they saw. >> wrong. >> it was quite scary because you don't know what happens. you can see a white van commit that something can explode in place at such an urgency in her
voice they were saying get out. >> this morning the investigation has led police to be fun and, following a series of rage there are now 12 people that have been taken into custody. this is an ongoing operation we are told that more people might be arrested. london's mayor sadiq khan spoke just a short time ago for a grieving city. >> the words to describe the grief and anger i feel. i am appalled and serious that these cowardly terrorists that target innocent londoners and bystanders to join their saturday night. there can be no justification order the acts of these terrorists and i'm quite clear that we will never let them when i'm in normally we allow them to cowher them to cowher said he would londoners. they expect did to go for a
prime minister. major parties have campaigned today. and as for the level of the terror threat that is not an upgraded. you might recall after the manchester attack critical. it is very severe and not this hour, the terror level threat in london remained severe but this is a community that is very much on guard. >> right after that manchester attack, there could be another attack imminently. here we are talking about the third attack in as many months. david lee miller, thank you are much. want to bring in nigel farage, member of the european parliament for a leader of the u.k. party. good to see you under horrible circumstances.
what can you tell us about what is happening right now in terms of the sentiments of the people. how do you see it? >> is jumpy and one way. there are a lot of these cowards around. a lot of police on the streets. quite a lot of sirens and i guess we now know there have been a lot of great to meet london and at least a dozen people have been detained. london is very quiet this morning. fewer people on the street that would normally expect to see on a sunday. generally -- generally, people do in the city and don't forget we have the threat of terrorism long before this. people generally do respond incredibly well despite the horrors that have taken place. but i do detect there is one light change of attitude. and that is that every time one of these things happen, our
leaders showed their regret, their sorrow, astonishment and shop. i think we're a little bit less shocked than we used to be. we are getting used to this, which is very bad news indeed. people are beginning to say what are our leaders actually going to do? just expressing sorrow, just talking and using words like solidarity simply isn't enough. maria, i make this prediction. teresa may have spoken outside the steps today and she's actually used the phrase, islamic terrorism. that in itself may well be a first because many politicians have been in denial as hillary was on this point. unless people see some concrete action than the cause for interning thousands of suspects will or louder and louder. maria: let's talk about that. what kind of concrete action do you want to see.
you think about the fact we had the westminster bridge attack in march followed up by the ariana grande attack last week, the concert. now this. three attacks in three months. what concrete action do you want to see that we are not seeing coming out of the u.k.? >> in our state run schools and prisons, which we are in charge of, we are absolutely going to make sure the radicalization doesn't take place. i want to hear that in the mosques in this country, we will actually be unafraid to kick out of this country people who go when the then preach hate. frankly, we've been too politically correct to do any of that. i also want to hear that from the prime minister that we do want to try if we possibly can to stop some of this stuff being freely available on the internet. that's an absolute minimum.
what really angers people, for example, two or three years ago, i was part of the campaign is that if anybody left this country for isis, they should be stopped from getting back into britain. 400 people have returned to britain having been radicalized further. only one has been stopped. that is why i say we don't want words. we don't just think the prime minister outside number 10 downing street saying enough is enough. we want her to actually do send pain. >> and let's not forget, this comes just the weekend before the general election in the u.k. and the gap between teresa and i and her competitor has been narrowing. do you think this impacts the election on thursday? >> no. because her competitor, mr. corbin at least the socialist party -- labor party that he himself is quite a hard
that socialist. corbin himself seems to be weak on terrorism and weak on terror. just because theresa may was secretary charge of our homeland security for six years, some may say she failed and didn't do enough, but it's very difficult the labor party, the socialists gaining any from it. train to many people have proven that sometimes the attackers have been on watch lists. there are tens of thousands of people on watch lists in the u.k., even more so when the u.s. what do we need to do to get ahead of this knowing that we are already watching these perpetrators that are going on to commit real damage. >> well, we don't yet know who these three individuals are. my guess is the authorities will not tell us who they are until they've completed the sweep of all those closely connected to them.
i would be very surprised if these were not nonpersons, very surprised that they haven't been investigated at some point. i have to tell you, one of those saying there was a real problem here. even i was shocked last week when i learned there are 23,000 people of interest to the authorities in this country in relation to she hardly terrorism. the problem we've built for herself is. we've got absolutely nothing to deal with the segregation that exists within our cities. we haven't clamped on radicalization within state institutions. we would be very weak frankly with our borders. we do face a massive problem and i can't see short of hugely increased resources for security. we could take a 3.5000 were generally suspected terrorists
themselves as opposed to being linked and associated. we could in turn them in prison. that is an option. maria: what you're saying is one of the reasons u.s. president donald trump has weeded out same lot, we need this travel ban in place trying to push his policies on the heels of this horrifying actuation in the u.k. i don't know if this will sway minds. >> about is an american that cannot london, paris, olds, berlin at the increasing rate of terrorist atrocities by with a weather in light donald jay trump or not, he's absolutely right to be committed to attempting to make america safer is absolutely wrong that judges and some on capitol hill are trying to stop him. he is trying to stop your country going down this route. he is right. maria: thank you premature weighing in.
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maria: welcome back. president but trams travel ban this morning. the president treated at this. we need to be smart, vigilant and pass. the courts to give back her race. winning the travel ban as an extra level of safety. joining us now is farmer attorney general michael mukasey. thank you for joining us this morning. was this the right tack. tell us as we all await this ban to be executed.
>> includes but is doing trying doing trying to make country safer with you agree with the strategy or not to interpret an executive order as if it was simply the statement by an ordinary person. it's outrageous and that is what the courts have done. maria: isn't it interesting that the last eight years we have been trying to be so politically correct. he made a point during a commercial break. more and comey oversaw the fbi. >> at a time when the agents were being reached to remove any reference to islam and were being cleared with people who are associated with care and other organization or the council on american islamic relations which is the muslim brotherhood outfit. that program itself throughout the government is known as cbe, countering violent extremism.
maria: violent extremism? >> yeah. and many of these communities, what we think of as extremism is not extreme then we have to start realizing that so many people this is unacceptable set of beliefs. the sister of the guy who blew himself up at manchester tweeted out a message congratulating him on entering paradise. that is not a crime, but what it does show us he had a support system that there are many people in this community who agree with him. mercifully, we don't have that kind of thing in the united dates because people are born assimilated here. there are significant numbers of people who may very well agree and we have to counter at the same way we did communism. maria: when you look at london, paris, there are areas that are no go areas because there are sects of the muslim faith.
there's extremism that they are not -- they are not assimilating. they want to live their life with sharia law and they don't care that they're in the west. >> they are aspiration with their lives and that you live their life under sharia law. that is something that's got to be put down. maria: let me ask you. we've got to continue in london in what's going on there as well. on thursday june the comey will testify and now we know that lindsey graham was also spied on. listed to what senator graham told us on fox news that i've got to get your reaction. some foreign person is somebody requested that my conversation
beyond mass.n trying to figure out who the other senator was spied on. i know i was spied on and i was en masse. what is going on here? the obama administration, were they responding on all the candidates running against hillary? >> about two weeks before he left office, president obama sign in order that had the effect of pushing out to widespread 17 or more agencies. raw intelligence will share the data. what that means is you decrease the number of people who could be data and you also make it correspond when it is difficult to detect. would you marry that to the fact you have people asking for names of americans to be on task. that is to be disclosed, what
you have is the unmasked names pushed out to people who can leak the information. there are three people whose names are under subpoena. john brennan, former dreck of the cia, susan rice, former national security adviser and samantha power. first of all obviously run and could as part of the intelligence community could unmasked names. that was part of his remix. susan rice is somewhat stranger because usually the national security advisor doesn't get involved at that level. the samantha power, totally unheard of. although she may be considered in some formal sense a part of the intelligence community. >> who knows. i think there is examination. maria: we will examine in the weeks to come. the thursday testimony will be important. michael mukasey, great to see you.
maria: welcome back. now more aftermath of the london attacks that investigators trying to figure out whether the man behind last night of the terror attack had in the help. to do right now is daniel lansky, the former superintendent in chief for the boston police department. he led the department in the wake of the marathon bombing. he joins us right now. thank you for weighing in this morning. tell me what took place after the attacks in boston and how investigators right now are leading to her trying to find
out the specifics behind the perpetrators here. >> eggs, maria. but happiness we first got her big and 17 as quickly as possible, same thing the london authorities said last night. secure the scene, go through it in process of looking for dna, forensics, bomb making. any possible link to the individuals involved in anyone who may have helped in the provided statistical support. you start running down tips and leads at the same time. you got to deploy a large number of highly visible throughout the entire cities so that you can get on with the day-to-day operations of the city and at the same time focus on investigation it requires intense resources. maria: we know that 12 people are being investigated right now in connection with the three attackers who police shot and killed. does that look to you, does it
feel to you this is a much broader network? we are still waiting on someone to take responsibility for this this morning. >> we don't know whether these 12 are associated with the individuals from last night. when i was chief of boston at one time with three separate terrorist pot going on. there might've been ongoing investigations that they have enough information to go forward. they're definitely chiefly staged a terrorist act today, may be associated with last night or individual thoughts. rounding up individuals that can cause harm. whoever's associated whether it computer linked, forensics, signals monitoring as signals monitoring as far as to if they talk to in the u.k. and talk about what brought them together, how they were radicalized. >> these individuals who were shot and killed last night by police, they were being watched initially anyway.
tens of thousands of people right now on a watchlist in the u.k. almost 30,000 people. tell us the best route to get ahead of this if you are already on the watch list. how is it possible you are able to carry out this kind of attack? >> is possible because law enforcement is overwhelmed. the number of people who are potentially talking about and thinking about and indicate they may want to cause harm is true in the u.k., true in boston. to truly so there'll someone it takes 40, 50, 60 individuals with electronic surveillance and other activities. it's a daunting task and we have to engage the public on the front end to report these individuals when they talk about doing these things. the boston police captain who signed have mental health issues and started talking about jihadist at the mideast.
the captain is brave enough to go to the authorities in au should be looking at my son and as a result a school bombing and shooting attack was thwarted because of the kurds of the father. we need other fathers, mothers, members to step out. that they no longer want to be in society. >> there has been a movement to be more politically correct. we are talking about this a moment ago with michael mukasey. paragraph the people whether it be the u.k. and france that are just not assimilating what the west end following their sharia law. the leaders are allowing it. what do you want to see done? when you look at the fact even under the obama administration, we were even allowed to look at people's social media at cal. it was wrong, targeting people. we've done that, we would've seen that they were putting out
hate. >> we need to make sure we are protecting our country likely would a business we protect. with the security, the first sign of security is military forces. if there are people who are telling us they intend to harm us, military force him to go outside and deal with the threat. we need security as we come into the united states and policies and procedures with keeping people safe. at the same time we need to make sure balancing the ability to have the lives and throw the baby out with the bathwater and start taking away the rights that we have so valuable for here. there's a way to do it. we need to engage that tool communitywide process. maria: thank you for wayne and peered through a key file is added to use them. thank you on the server.
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maria: this fox news alert with new development in the london terrorist attacks. we know right now this morning 12 people were arrested in connection to the rampage when a van plowed through people in the london bridge. the killers then drove to a business entertainment district where they jumped out of the van and started stabbing people. in all at least seven people were killed, 48 others were seriously hurt. here's british prime minister teresa may after a meeting of her emergency committee. >> well, we have made significant progress in recent years, there is to be frank far too much tolerance of extremism in our country, so we need to become far more robust in identifying it and stamping it out across the public sector and across society. that will require some
difficult and often embarrassing conversation. but the whole of our country needs to come together to take on this extremism. maria: i'm joined right now by mike huckabee, former governor of arkansas and fox news contributor. governor, good to see you. thank you for joining us this morning. donald trump obviously tried to institute his travel ban when he first got in the white house, and he keeps getting push back, and we're just seeing more terrorism across the world. . >> donald trump has proven, maria, that he was right and all of these people in the various liberal courts are wrong. when teresa may made the comment today about we need to have some embarrassing conversations, what's embarrassing is that they've had open borders for so long, and now they act like they're shocked that people had come in through the open doors and windows and are killing them. if you keep getting hurt by mosquito bites, at some point you decide to start killing
mosquitoes. and what happens across this world is that we recognize when we are being destroyed and devoured by the mosquitoes, by this evil, at some point you have to just attack it head-on and quit dancing around the fact that this islamic terror carried out by fanatics. maria: what do you want to see happen here? obviously teresa may has an election next week. i don't know if you think this is going to impact that. i guess we just discuss it with nigel farage that corbin is also very conservative when it comes to terrorism. but what's your take in terms of what takes place now in the uk? >> i think it's going to be a real confusing time for the brits because they're going to be looking, jeremy corbin is not one who has been overtly ready to start closing the borders and being more strict about who comes in and teresa may hasn't. so the sad thing is they don't have a real, clear choice in this. we did have a choice last november in america, and we made the choice.
and that's why donald trump, one of the reasons for sure donald trump was elected. maria, at some point, you know, we can pretend that this is not real, and i watched the mayor this morning, and he came out in his statements saying he's one of the safest places in the world. go tell that to the parents of teenage girls who are having in the morgue with a tow tag. i'm sorry but that isn't working for the people who are now afraid for their kids to go to a ball game or concert, or just to be walking about the streets with their friends for fear of something that is a random yet targeted attack on the totally innocent victims that we're seeing in these terrorist attacks. maria: yeah, i think you made a great point. i did see the mayor of london there, and they really coincide with prime minister teresa may that say the attack on the london bridge says there's far too much tolerance of islamist extremism in britain today. do you think that suggests
things will change in the coming weeks? >> i don't know if the politicians are capable of making change. they live behind locked doors surrounded by armed guards. they're carefully protected. but the average citizen is not, and they seem to be living in these bubbles, and they'll make statements after a terrorist attack. but then, there's still this irrational approach to believe it's okay. to leave your doors unlocked and not expect people to come in and raid your house. look, most everybody, maria, that you and i know that have doors locked at night and alarms and security systems. why do they do that? not because they're paranoid. just because they're taking care of their family safety but when you don't protect your own country's borders, you're not acting rationally in your country the same way you would act in your own home. that doesn't make sense. maria: and what's going on here in the as well, all of
this politicization of all of our agencies, the fbi, the cia, the nsa, you know? we were talking earlier with make that the obama administration spied on so many people. they spied on lindsey graham, they spied on rand paul. we know this now. the intelligence community told lindsey graham, why were they wanting him to be unmasked? all of this as donald trump is trying to push through his policies like the travel ban and getting constant resistance from the left. >> yeah, i'm not afraid of graham or rand paul. america is a melting pot, and we have people who come, and they're not willing to melt. they want us to change into them, and we can't do that. we're not going to do that, and we need to have a screening process, and that's what president trump has said from the beginning. it's not a complete ban. it's a screening process to
find out do you want to be part of a melting part? do you want to be an american? if you do, we have room for you. but if you want to come and ratify america, we don't have room for that right now. maria: and that's what's going on in a number of places in corners of the france where there are groups that are not assimilating and going by their own law, sharia law and of course we know what that means. governor, thank you for weighing in this morning. an important day. we appreciate it very much. governor mike huckabee joining us there. u.s. lawmakers are weighing in on the attack in london. what impacts will it have on the security in the u.s.? congressman ron is with me. he's from the house foreign affairs committee. he will join live as we look ahead right now on sundays morning futures. stay with us with more great tasting beverages with less sugar or no sugar at all, smaller portion sizes, clear calorie
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to last night's london terrorist attack. house homeland security member pete king offering this statement. i commend british prime minister teresa may for her strong statement calling out extremism and promising tough action. both militarily and domestically. no apologies, no political correctness. i'm joined right now by republican congress man member of the house foreign affairs committee. congressman, thank you for being on the program this morning. thank you for weighing in. >> good morning. give us your assessment of what you're hearing from the leadership in reaction to this? >> well, i'll tell you, maria, this is something that is, unfortunately, somewhat predictable in the sense that you have some of the communities in places like great britain and france and belgium that we've seen over the last month and even years and these attacks are becoming more and more regular. i think that there's a different approach that probably needs to be taken. maybe prime minister may has finally recognized that.
although, i will say she said they've shown far too much tolerance for extremism. my question would be why would you show any tolerance for islamic extremism? tolerance of evil is a crime and so so i think they need to view this much more toughly than they have been so far. for our part in the congress, we do have a president that's taken a different approach, both in terms of being forward pressing against isis abroad but also concerned about our borders here at home. and i would say one thing we can do in the congress is understand that terrorism is a big problem, but it's part of a larger problem of this ideology of militant islam, and that's i nurtured by groups, and we've been trying to dedicate them as a terrorism organization because that could go to solve the root of this problem, which is the heart of the ideology problem. >> yeah. i'm glad you brought this up because the muslim brotherhood is a group that, to me, seems to have infiltrated the u.s. government. i mean, for some reason the muslim brotherhood keeps
coming up because they are very involved in some decision-making. >> if you look at what they do, they support islamic, they support sharia law, you look at some of the radical clerics in places like egypt and throughout the middle east, they have deep roots with the muslim brotherhood and so the brotherhood really provides i think the ideological framework. it obviously does provide financial support and support of terrorism as well. but i would say that is kind of the foundation from which groups like isis are able to really wreak havoc. maria: if you're so sure about this, why didn't president obama ever call them a terrorist organization? should president trump be coming at them and calling the muslim brotherhood as a terrorist organization? and what are the implications of that, congressman? >> we went round and round
with the obama administration if you remember with the obama administration and the brotherhood took over egypt, the obama administration backed the brotherhood. and president took over, cece is very much opposed to radical islam. many of us in congress thought that the obama administration should work with cece, yet they really preferred to work with the brotherhood. so that is something i really never understood. we in congress can do legislation to designate the brotherhood. i do think there is the ability of the executive to take some unilateral action, so i would definitely tell the president that that would be a good thing to do. i think it would be very clarifying. maria: all right. so you want him to deem them as a terrorist organization, bottom line. let me ask you this being on the foreign affairs committee. what type of interaction or participation will the u.s. have with the uk in terms of combating terrorism? >> well, i think we obviously, they're a strong ally. we have to provide them with support.
we do do intelligence, logistics, military support. but one thing we do have to look at is there's a lot of focus on, say, the travel ban from the six countries, places like somalia, which are obviously a high risk of terrorism. i think the issue, though, with this is we're seeing is that there's a lot of homegrown terrorism in countries that are strong allies of ours. great britain, belgium, france, some of these european countries. so a lot of times, those people can come into our country without even getting a visa because they have a visa waiver. so that's just something that we have to come to terms with and realize that this is a threat that's emanating from mr. places throughout the world. maria: congressman, thank you. thank you for weighing in this morning. we appreciate it. >> thank you. maria: up next, our panel at deck, jessica reacting to the situation in london. and the response from the uk and president trump. stay with us. we're looking ahead right now back in a minute
maria: welcome back. we are covering the latest out of london. we wanted to bring in our panel right now. ed rollins is a former campaign manager for ronald reagan in 1984. jessica is a democratic strategist and fox news contributor, and we're happy to see you both. thank you so much for joining us this morning. your reaction today on the terrorist. >> shock. disappointment. i mean, again, this is just an ongoing occurrence here, and i think the american public has to understand that donald trump was right about these things, and we have to be very restrictive and make sure that we have great diligence and support our law enforcement people. maria: it seems donald trump everything he says is actually happening from the terrorism part of it to the intelligence part of it with all of these guys getting spied on.
>> well, we know that the travel ban, and he called it a ban, the aclu picked up on it this morning, is coming from the uk. and i understand the need to be vigilant especially because we could have more and more domestic homegrown terrorism, which is we know what happened in manchester and the u.s. i understand the rhetoric that's coming out about this. i think teresa may struck exactly the right tone, as did the mayor of london who donald trump then went and attacked on twitter. but needlessly -- maria: yeah, but what did the mayor of london assistant say about donald trump? >> that his ill informed tweet because what the president did was take one bit of what they said and ignored the rest of it, which is we have -- we're working on this. we have emergency people, and
then he said at the end to no reason to be alarmed to keep his people calm. and i think that's what donald trump ceased on. . >> how could you not be alarmed? numerous occasions here in london, which every week we expect to talk about something in the politicalization. as a parent i would be scared to death to send my children out to a nightclub and sooner or later, terrorism is exactly that. it creates terror. it puts fear in people. it's not about the numbers of those killed and wounded last night, but it creates the mind-set that these people can basically disrupt the political process here in this country and elsewhere. maria: right. i think when you look at what he said. i was also struck by it hearing sadiq saying london is the safest city in the wold or one of the safest cities in the world. look, we just had three attacks in three months. how do you make that statement? >> i'm not sure what i would do if i was in that position.
being the mayor or government office at this time is obviously difficult. you want to make sure that people feel as comfortable as possible but also tell them you can't walk around like you used to. and they felt this in manchester as well, but i don't think it's right for the president of the united states to attack another foreign leader. imagine the day after 9/11 someone from another country went after the way that giuliani, eventually bloomberg was managing the situation here. i don't think it's appropriate. i think that it sends the why on a day like today we need to be making more enemies than friends. i think the right tone was obviously donald trump's second tweet, which is we stand with you and here to support you in any way. but his first was to prop up the travel ban. and had travel ban would have made no difference. >> at the end of the day here we're going to go through this process ourselves. ever since 9/11, we had basically greater security in this country, and we have made
this city a very safe city, new york, but the president has to be prepared for these activities. britain is an open city, they're a great democracy like we are. they believe in the same kinds of rights like we do, and we have to have due diligence and be supportive of the president. >> that's a things like of way to say it. i wish more people would speak like that instead of speaking aggressive. maria: what do we need to watch for in the weeks ahead? that's next sunday morning futures continues
maria: we are back with our panel right now. we want to look what we're watching ahead. we know we're going to be watching terrorism this week. we want to watch the aftermath of london. what wesley are you watching? >> critical on how the white house reacts to all of that. >> i agree and add i'm also curious as to whether we're going to be moving forward with any big piece of legislation. what's going on in the budget negotiations, health care bills you know? is congress going to get anything done? >> to that note, does the president get any mileage out
of the infrastructure speech to iowa on wednesday? >> yeah. and will the democrats deal? because there's room for us to deal here. maria: thank you very much. this will do it for sunday morning features. i'm maria quiba maria bartiromo. see you tomorrow on the fox business network. stay here for continuing coverage. >> the world still stunned by the latest london terror attacks carried out by three knife-wielding men. at least 7 people are dead, 48 people injured. let's go to london for a live update. >> this is where the incident occurred just over my shoulder a few blocks behind me and at this hour we're seeing people present flowers and objects at a makeshift memorial as for the terror threat this hour, it remains at severe. it has not -- and i underscore that, it has not been updated to critical as t