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♪ >> brand new details emerging about the man who opened fire at a congressional baseball practice targeting republican lawmakers. >> fox news confirms that james hodgkinson had a list of republican lawmakers written down on a piece of notebook paper folded up in his pocket at the time of this attack. >> the u.s. warship has suffered a coalition at sea. collided with a merging ship 50 miles southeast of a naval base in japan. total casualty count is still be determined. seven sailors are still missing. >> we have seen unprecedented and criminal leaks. >> these are people who making
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pete: come on, people, you know it wouldn't be "fox & friends weekend" if we weren't barbecuing. abby: if only you liked to eat on the show. pete: they are already out there. they have been out there all morning long. can you smell the barbecue inside the studio. pete the scent through my nose. i already tried two of them. abby: how was it. pete: 'was beautiful. >> i welcome todd prior row to the "fox & friends" in for clayton this morning. i had a lot of fun yesterday in miami. today on the curvey couch. abby: first diner yesterday. did you a great job. we have a packed show today. we are thrilled you are with us. pete: why do we have barbecue on the plaza? >> not national barbecue day. we love it. abby: pete, i think summer is already here. we are like towards the end of
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june. pete: summer solstice isn't here yet. we will get rick reichmuth to weigh in on it soon but first some politics. abby: story happened midweek right here on this show when it broke on wednesday the shooting that happened with the congressman and two of the aides. now it's been released names of targets. i don't know if you would want to call it deranged totally messed up person. pete: a left wing lunatic. the fox news alert this morning the names of six house g.o.p. members were found on the congressional shooter's effectively a hit list. showing this was indeed are assassination attempts. these were found in his van in a list. representative trent franks. representative jeff duncan. representative scott deshare his. representative jim jordan mo brooks and more began griffith. conservative republicans. abby: that's when he asked when he was walking on the field. he asked the congressman
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leaving are they republican on that field or are they democrat he? didn't know who it was. somebody who was going to watch the practice. he said are there republicans on there sure enough he went and did his thick. pete: really, that list is conservative republicans who have he believes are obstructionists to the things that he believes as a left wing democrat who is baptized in those ideas. that doesn't mean the democrats are to blame. this guy is his own actor. this was a political move, unfortunately. todd: elevated from i don't like x. i don't like y. when you have a hit list. this is basically a targeted assassination attempt. if those individuals weren't there, the capitol police, who know what is that gentleman might have done on that scene and potentially on his way to the capitol. abby: one the individuals on the list trent franks he was on the story last night. he said this was a premeditated attack. this is what he said. >> there are certainly many indications now that the shooter was premeditated in
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his actions. >> i have been notified that there is an investigation and that, yes, that i might be involved in that investigation but, you know, i certain live can't go any further than that. todd: this is a guy who was targeted, again, the fbi is saying we shouldn't call it a hit list. maybe it wasn't a hit list. these are names. clearly a focus on republicans and these members at that baseball field. abby: to your point, todd, have you goat to be thankful because it could have been worse when you think about the people on that field and luckily there was security there to protect them. and you think about everyone is okay except for the shooter. pete: in critical condition right now stabilized. the internal bleeding has stopped. listen, this is still a touch and go situation for him. todd: now this begs the question what is next? what chilling effect does this incident have and this potential list. we are not calling it a hit list yet. what does this chilling effect mean.
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scott perry has postponed town hall for today after this week's shooting. some are wondering do these need to be cancelled all together? again, i am not in the position of these representatives. it's easy for me to say sitting here on this couch. i just think they win. the bad people win if you start canceling these things. my life right here on this couch is not in danger. pete: you could be more prudent about it. these town halls can get heated. we play video on this show all the time. people screaming at congressman and screaming back. there is ways to secure that through, you know, metal detectors, plain clothes security officers. have you to be prudent about it and don't leave yourself out there hanging. abby: somewhat balance between making sure people are safe but also giving people access to the people that represent them? that is going to be a continue to be a tough balance we find in this country. representative barletta is one who floated the idea of canceling these town halls. this is what he said. >> absolutely. there is no question. i have been at the end of some of those town halls where the
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police had to carry people out and you get concerned not only for your own safety but for the safety of the people who are there who actually come to be heard. even if you have an opposing opinion. that's great. that's what these events are for. but there is a level, you know, when people cross a line to actually inciting other people. and when individual safety becomes an issue, then the purpose of doing it is lost. pete: brief correction. i believe he is pennsylvania congressman not arizona congressman. doesn't matter where you are from. if you are stepping into a town hall you definitely have that concern today that shouldn't exist. we live in a free society. in a free society have you got have access. todd, i agree with you, we shouldn't have representatives canceling these things. can you take a different approach. armed citizens protecting themselves, there is a reason we have a second amendment. if you are able to arm and
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defend yourself, that's also a pretty -- abby: it should be a wake-up call. our politics have gotten out of hand. so extreme and divisive and ugly on both sides now. this should be a wake-up call with our discourse we should calm down. todd: all of our representatives have families. abby: they are human beings. exactly right, todd. pete: have you met some of them though? abby: who? todd: members of congress. abby: there are headlines i want to get to now starting with a fox news alert. 7 u.s. cliz with a merchant ship off the cost of japan. uss fitzgerald just arriving back at naval base about 50 miles from where the incident happened. the ship was towed after suffering exterior damage. flown to a navy hospital. no word yet on their condition. the cause of that collision is still unknown. we will keep a close eye on that this morning. also hospital officials confirming republican steve scalise remain in critical
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condition but vital signs have stabilized. the shot to his hip and major damage to his bones and internal organs and his blood vessels. >> when he arrived he was in critical condition with imminent risk of death. abby: three people were shot when hodgkinson fired rounds early wednesday morning. and the trump family enjoying a presidential tradition this weekend. white house officials say the president along with first lady melania trump and son barron are taking their son to camp david for get away. past presidents have stayed for personal retreats swhels hosting foreign dignitaries. he usually spends weekends for mar-a-lago resort nicknamed southern white house. it would be fun to go there some time. john allegedson best known for the film rocky has passed away. >> you went to 15 rounds. how do you feel?
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what did you think about when the rounds coming out. >> allegedson's rocky became a phenomenon that won. he would direct the surprise hit karate kid. avilsen's son passed away from cancer. you will soon be directing hits in heaven. thank you. john avildsen was 81 years old. pete: back when good movies won. art we covered on this program. we covered this last weekend. broke this story but late in that shakespeare in the park this had been airing this rendition of julius caesar for weeks that had gone unnoticed until some in the media and "fox & friends" on the weekend recognized this is depiction of the assassination of our president on stage live in central park. a lot of attention has been
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brought to it. some corporate sponsors exited. but the play has gone on as some have remained defiant no we have a first amendment. abby: then the shooting happens on wednesday. pete: then the shooting happens on wednesday. last night at the performance it was interrupted by a protester who ran up on stage and effectively said hey, this sin citing violence. this is something the left has gotten away with portraying violence against conservatives. how is that not biased against our president? we should not be doing this? abby: they got kicked off the stage, that protester. pete: the point is we are not used conservatives using the tactics of the left. the left protest, intimidate, confront, yell and scream usually. in this case it was a conservative who went up there and said why are we praise ago play like this that show he is the assassination of our president? todd: i'm not condoning the play but do you think this is what the left wants? is there concern there? chaos if you will? pete: the left is always
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surprised when conservatives actually fight back. when they actually stand up and say we are willing to stand up and say this is unacceptable. i wonder about the people at the play booing it no let us see an assassination attempt of our president. let us see violence against a depiction of our president. women and minority actors stabbing the president insinuating he is racist and sexist. law booing against. abby: packed crowd. why are you sitting there saying this is okay. i actually do think a majority of american people are tired of all of this. i think they are tired of the rhetoric and division on both sides. pete: they are. abby: think about kathy griffin the beheading situation it has gotten out of hand. and you see that play. that should not be going on after the shooting happened. the best moment of this entire week was the baseball game when you had people come out from all walks of life from all over the country that wanted to be there. it show the resilience of this nation. we are still the most resill grant nation of the world. we have got to remember that in times like this let's stop away from the rhetoric and politics.
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todd: now that i'm part of the official diner team here. when you go to these diners and talk to the regular american, they don't care about all this stuff. they want their pocketbook affected. their healthcare affected. they care about the issues that matter to them. pete: that's all fine and well, if you can do unity at second base on baseball game. give mee the sense you will do something other than resist this president. give me a sense you are going to come to the table and be involved in solutions. do that one day kneeling at second base all right and fitting but the next day you are resisting. you are impeaching. you are obstructing it remains to be seen that the left is going to be anything other than what it is. abby: no better time than now. let's see what happens. todd: fox news alert. we could be on the verge of another major bombshell in the russian collusion investigation. will special counsel bob mueller be forced to step down. greg jarrett explains why he may longer have a choice. pete: students shocked to find year beak photo had been photo shopped erasing all references
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to representative scalise. our prayers go out to representative scalise and his family. it's policy that divides us. after we have the absolute disagreement on policy. we can literally sit down and have dinner together and so we are friends. and it was one of us. we are all members of congress who was injured, who was shot in an horrific accident -- not accident, assassination attempt. what you saw at second base would be expected. friends standing with other friends. it's policy that divides us. abby: it's standard protocol that all congressman really don't have security when they travel anywhere. it was very lucky that had you scalise with his two men there on the field to protect them. do you think so that we should at least talk about our representatives being able to protect themselves or harm themselves? should anything change? >> yeah. abby, none of us have protection other than the leaders. that would be the speaker, the majority leader, and the whip. and then the other side the leader and whip. the rest of you was do not have security.
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we are not asking for it. you know, myself, as i have stated, i have a carry permit. and, you know, second amendment, i can carry and will be carrying when i'm back in my district. but, you are right, in d.c. we can't. i can just tell you i am working with the nra on some legislation that might be able to make common sense and to assist members of congress and their staff in being able to protect themselves. so i'm going to be, you know, again, working with the nra on something moving forward. todd: let's get to this quote in op-ed where it is by knife, vehicle, or gun. america is witnesses carnage. i will employ my second amendment right and carry a conceal firearm when appropriate as i travel my district. talk about that. do you think this is something that every single one of your colleagues needs to do? >> well, we will each make our own decisions. today when i'm traveling up to one of my counties i'm going
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to be in a parade. i'm going to what they call, you know, basically a town called nundad. it's a large crowd. i will be traveling with one or two sheriff's deputies today. something i have not normally done. but, you know, again, we need to keep ourselves and our staff safe, and that's a right guaranteed by the second amendment. so, we will -- there is a saying if you are in the midst of carnage like we saw in the baseball field. the safest place to be is with someone, a good guy with a gun. abby: that was a real wake-up call. our thoughts are with everyone. representative chris collins, thank you for being with us. >> yes, abby, good to be with you. todd: have you noticed the collaborative falling apart at the scene? throw in the towel and get something done? novel. tammy bruce and jehmu greene will join us next.
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rosenstein wrote a memo to the president of james comey's mishandling. before he was fired from his post as fbi director. pete: that news certainly pertinent to this topic. he meddling looking into possible obstruction of justice. president trump fires back on twitter saying you are witnessing the single greatest witch-hunt in american political history led by very bad and conflicted people. here to react is our panel, fox news contributor and radio talk who he host tammy bruce. former navy seal and author of millimeters foreign and domestic carl higbie, 2008 campaign manager and fox news contributor jehmu greene. are we witnessing that kind of political witch-hunt. >> witch-hunt of seeking out someone someone punishing someone having an opinion or point of view unapproved of or threatening to you. technically you could argue that indeed. at the same time, you are
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looking at after years of hearings, a year of other investigations, the fbi in congress. they still haven't found what they were looking for because this has been a hunt for something as opposed to the investigation of something. and, yet, it continues. so, this, i think, is will he jits mat. the american people are also seeing this become something new. we sought argument about collusion go away. they didn't find the evidence for collusion. now it's changed to something else. this is what we will see for years if, in fact, we don't confront the nature of what is happening. not only when it comes to the intelligence services which now you can argue are also targeting the president. but congress never trumpers the system as well. pete: those leaks are they even being investigated at all? somewhat scope of what bob mueller is currently investigating. carl, i bring that to you. is mueller himself conflicted. rosenstein and mueller personal friend of comey. leaked to his friend mueller. >> this can be squashed now.
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i think it should. the way can he do that he has his tax returns that he can negotiate with. i will cooperate fully with your investigation right now on three things. one, if there is leaks, my cooperation ends. two, if you guys want this to absolutely go forward, let's raises stakes to chuck schumer, nancy pelosi and the likes, say if you don't find anything in two months, you resign. but i will cooperate fully. they are not going to go along with that which shows the lack of conviction their own projections here. i think right off the bat, trump needs to squash this, also. he needs to fire anybody from this investigation who has
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seven navy sailors are missing and at least five 2. the commander of the uss fitzgerald brice vin son is among the injured here. officials say he was air lifted to nearby naval hospital. they air lifted two other sailors as of right now the navy says all three are
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awake but they will remain under observation for the foreseeable future. the ship collided with a merchant vessel about 60 nautical miles off the coast of japan. suffering damage above and below the water line and causing flooding in parts of the ship. the navy says that merchant vessel had philippine flags. this all happened yesterday around 2:30 a.m. logical time. uss fitzgerald is a guided missile destroy and carries tomahawk crew cruise missiles. once it gets to land. the navy says it will be able to figure out the extent of the damage here. the next big question is how could this happen in the cause of the collision is still unknown. one thing pretty unknown is the japanese coast guard is now the lead when it comes to searching for these seven missing sailors. clayton, be ay, todd? abby: all right, alisyn barber, thank you so much. hoping for the best there other headlines we are following this morning. protests erupting after a police officer is acquitted
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in the shooting death of a black man. police pushing out protesters overnight as they shut down a highway in saint paul, minnesota, demanding justice for casteel. casteel was shot and killed during a traffic stop last summer. the aftermath streamed on facebook live despite being acquitted. the officer has been dismiss dollars from the police force. new jersey high school is making yearbooks great again while apparently the township high school reissue ago book to contain originally unedited photos. after they photo shop the president's mottos and logos from students' clothing. students feel it was intentional act and unable to determine why it happened. the yearbook advisor has been suspended indefinitely. >> reprinted the whole thing. abby: look at this. shark week going tore the gold. michael phelps will race against a great white shark. he has collected 23 olympic gold medal. the great white shark calls the ocean its home and can
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swim upwards of 31 miles per hour. 8 day marathon of all sharks. and it all begins july 23rd. people go nuts over shark week. are you in to shark week? ed toed to thieded to:todd: tht to a whole new level. abby: if anyone can win it's michael phelps. pete: time to welcome our newest member of our "fox & friends" member todd piro. >> we went to the town where my parents live and scared the you know what out of everybody. it was fun. give a little insight into kind of what makes me tick which is my family and most importantly my wife. take a listen. taking a trip to the great town of verona, new jersey. this is the house where i spent my first 18 years of life, great house in a great
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neighborhood with great neighbors and really great friends. >> how are you doing? >> how are you? todd: best friend growing up right down the street from where we went to elementary school. how long have we known each other. >> since kindergarten. >> i have anchorman hair in that photo. >> you do. give it to uncle todd. do we have one? >> you can throw it to him? >> todd: this is the field quote unquote where we used to play basically the front lawn of for rest avenue elementary school oh, we still got it. >> where are you going next? >> todd: vhs verona high school. so strange to be back. that's the sound of the marching drums. i was a member of the verona marching school band. >> i can't remember me. >> you played soccer.
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>> coach, how are you, man? todd: good to see you. i wasn't the most athletic kid out there by any stretch of the imagination. >> we held our only. we did the best we could. we had fun, too. >> don't forget i'm 70. todd: don't forget i'm an old man, too. you saw where i grew up in verona, new jersey. now we are taking it to where my parents live now at the jersey shore. thank you, lord, for great family, great food and for bringing everybody together. all right. can we eat? >> dig. in. >> everybody remember when todd was like really really young like a baby and he had such puffy cheeks? todd: who thought i would get into tv gig? >> you always liked an audience. did you. >> i think she i politely saying you like attention. >> i'm very proud of you
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because you are living your dream. >> one thing that i do admire you are doing what you like and now finally winding up in new york. >> moving back to the east coast is important because i miss my family. >> hey, family. >> there is one other big thing. big thing coming home. [ applause ] >> we have a little announcement, todd and i got engaged over the weekend. todd: do you believe it's been throw years. this very spot proposed. >> you set it up well. it was a really romantic scene. had you a dozen roses, you had champagne. >> best day in my life only to be topped by our wedding. only thing that would have made that day sweeter? ice cream. let's go now. >> how long have we been coming. >> when you were younger, we used to come like three or four times a week.
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>> nibble who knows me knows this is my zen. a little ice cream, family, look at the ocean. there is nothing better. abby: you will fit in here. ice cream and family. etodd: what is she doing with me. abby: that was the favorite parted. you should bring her to the couch some day. todd: i would love to. abby: you are a lawyer that's why you were out west todd: went to law school at ucla. did love it out there and practiced out there for four and a half years. and then started my tv career. i'm a lawyer, yes. i'm no greg jarrett who is coming up. i'm no jeanine pirro and judge nawntd. hopefully can i give insight to the people out there. pete: we appreciate you here. todd: one espn host says
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don't blame colin kaepernick for national anthem protest blame the nfl. >> you don't have to stand for the national anthem. is that colin kaepernick injecting politics into the nfl. no that's the nfl injecting politics. pete: could be on the verge of another major bombshell in the so-called russia collusion investigation. will special counsel bob mueller be forced to step down and recuse himself? our own greg jarrett explains why he may no longer have a choice. anchor greg jarrett weighs in next. once upon a time hansel and gretel came upon a house made out of gingerbread. being quite hungry, they started eating the roof. the homeowner was outraged.
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he pete woke back. rod rosenstein blasting sources as another leak comes from the special counsel probe. americans should exercise caution before accepting any -- as true any stories attributed to anonymous officials. americans should be skeptical about anonymous allegations. abby: what should happen with the investigation going forward. here is greg jarrett. strong words coming from rosenstein there when he is saying, looking, even "the washington post have you got to be very careful. >> he was so cryptical in the way he issued that statement and mysterious. maybe he means there is no obstruction of justice investigation. abby: what do you think he meant? >> i don't know. here is what i do know is that rosenstein has a serious, in fact double conflict of interest and should long ago have recused himself. think about what he -- his role is.
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he is actually judge and prosecutor and witness all rolled into one. and the code of professional responsibility says you can't do that. i mean, that's the kind of stuff over which lawyers get disbarred. pete: have you argued that mueller himself is conflicted and here have you got comey resigning and then leaking through -- or being pushed out and then leaking this memo to get a special prosecutor. >> who is his good friend. pete: at what point does this start to look like open ini question session by mueller than focused investigation. >> well, it's horrifying because mueller is blatantly violating the special counsel law which says if you have a personal relationship with a witness central to the case, james comey, you shall not serve. and that describes what a personal relationship is. literally in the statute it said it's either a relative, or a close friend. well, that's the definition of comey and mueller. long-time partners, allies,
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confidantes. a mentor, protege relationship. it's incomprehensible to me that mueller was selected and that he accepted the position. the conflict of interest is flagrant. abby: at what point do you question the integrity of this whole investigation? >> i question it now with mueller at the helm and rosenstein as his boss. rosenstein is a key witness in the case if there is an obstruction investigation because he, the memo that formed the basis for the president's firing of comey and had conversations with the president. you know, so, think about it, is mueller supposed to be now judging the conduct of his own boss who is a witness in the case? pete: greg, what does president trump do here you have some voices saying got to get rid of mueller. you should ask the deputy attorney general to do. so others saying if you do that you just kick the dust
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cloud up even more and make it worse for yourself. what do you do? >> only rosenstein has the power to fire mueller as he should. he should do that and then recuse himself at the same time. pete: you say he should. is that the right move to make the russia thing go away? >> end the investigation. then there would be a new special counsel that would be appointed in the investigation moves forward. and hopefully the new special counsel would be impartial, which mueller is not. i would hope that if rosenstein doesn't fire mueller, that he recuses himself and then rachel bran who is number three takes over and she fires mueller. appoints somebody who can be fair. you know, it's not only unfair to president trump to have a biased, prejudiced, partial person judging his conduct. not fair to the american people who deserve confidence that the process is fair.
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abby: this is certainly not the end of this. greg jarrett. good to have you this morning. >> good to see you. pete: good news for democrats since that whole collusion thing fell appar. the media has a new scandal for them to object says about. mike pence's secret plot to steal the presidency. he. abby: kaepernick protested the at the national anthem all season long but one espn host says it is not his fault. >> you do not have to stand for the national anthem. even if it was rule that you, is that collin kaepernick injecting politic into the nfl? no, that's the nfl injecting politics. abby: too early for this. former green beret and lawyer is here to respond to that i co ♪ with claim rateguard your rates won't go up just because of a claim. i totally could've - no!
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is that collin kaepernick injecting politics into the nfl? no. that's the nfl injecting politics. >> all right. espn hoax max kellerman shifting the blame to the nfl. so are they playing politics? our next guest says nothing could be further from the truth. green beret and former nfl player nate boyer. first of all, thank you for your service to our country and second how is this the nfl's fault. >> it's not the nfl's fault. i appreciate you thanking me for my service. i'm actually a friend of max's. so i'm just injecting my machine on this matter. i'm going to tell you a quick little history lesson about why we play the national anthem at sporting events.
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it all started in 1918 during world war i. we had been at war for a year and a half. we had already lost about 100,000 troops: and it's the series. boston rex red sox vs. chicago cubs. babe ruth is pitching for the red sox on the mownd. seventh inning stretch over at first base is fred thomas. very few people knew who he was. he was in the navy and granted leave to play in the world series. during the seventh inning stretch. the military band at the game played impromptu star-spangled banner. fred thomas. to the attention, throws up a salute and the rest of the red sox standing in the field out of respect for him put their hand on their heart and the crowd started following suit. they are all sipping. i wasn't there from what i gathered it was like everyone kind of came together in that moment, and, you know, somber times. and so the next game they did it again and they did it
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again. and when the series went back to boston, they played the anthem before the game and the crowd loved it they had wounded vets on the field and became sort of tradition at big sporting events. todd: obviously amazing. have you ran out on the field. how kellerman say what kaepernick did wasn't a protest. >> i don't know anything about that. obviously a demonstration or some sort of protest. i'm not -- i don't know if he said exactly that i'm not going to -- i didn't hear those words. but, i will say it's not political, necessarily, to play that anthem before the game because they have been doing it for years and it's out of respect for those fighting for those that never came back. that's why it started. the star-spangled banner didn't become the national anthem until 193, 13 years after this world series. world war ii came again. we are in the middle of a war
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abby: brand new details emerging about the man who opened fire at congressional baseball practice targeting republican lawmakers. >> fox news confirms that james hodgkinson had a list of republican lawmakers written down. >> u.s. warship has suffered a collision at sea. the total casualty count is still being determined. but seven sailors are missing. >> this week alone we have seen unprecedented and potentially criminal leaks. >> i'm convinced there is an attempt to overthrow, overthrow this president and that is anarchy. >> president trump overturning obama era cuba policy. >> effective immediately, i am canceling the last
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administration's completely one-sided deal with cuba. >> not only was it keeping to a campaign promise by president trump. it was also dismantling the obama legacy. >> you heard that pledge. you exercised the right you have to vote. you went out and you voted. and here i am. like i promised. like i promised. [chanting u.s.a.] ♪ but that don't mean i wouldn't be proud to show you ♪ where i come from abby: how good does that look? pete: the meat part. abby: that's out on our plaza. we can smell it out on our plaza. i can't believe pete is still sitting here.
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mother. pete: i don't know what that meat is but it is good. official start of summer next week. we found the best excuse to bring all the best places to our plaza. todd: something called meat candy we are going to be eating shortly. kind of a big announcement next hour that we might have. abby has a secret she won't tell you about maybe she will later. abby: barbecue announcement. we will begin with the serious story we have been following. a fox news alert. seven navy sailors are missing after a u.s. warship crashes into a cargo ship off the coast of japan. todd: badly damaged destroyer towed back to its base this morning. pete: alisyn barber. >> seven navy sailors are missing and at least five are injured. the u.s. navy's seventh fleet says that search and rescue efforts are underway right now. involving both u.s. and
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japanese aircraft as well as surface vessels. the commander of the uss fitzgerald bryce vinson is among the injured. officials say he was airlifted to a nearby naval hospital. they air lifted two other sailors. as of right now the navy says all three are awake but they will remain under observation until further notice. the ship collided with the merchant vessel about 60 nautical miles off the coast of japan, suffering damage above and below the water line and causing flooding in parts of the ship. the navy says that merchant vessel has philippine flags. this all happened yesterday around 2:30 a.m. local time. the uss fitzgerald is a guided missile destroyer and carries tomahawk crews missiles. once it gets over to land and we understand it's made its way there now, the navy says it will be able to figure out the extent of the damage here. of course, the next big question is how could this happen? the ship, the us ship was hit on the right or star board side.
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the cause of the collision is still unknown. guys? abby: stay on it ellison. pete: stark reminder how -- our navy does so much to protect shipping lanes and american interests. surprising stuff like this doesn't happen more often. seven sailors in our thoughts. they are trying to find all these guys. abby: broke here on wednesday the shooting of the congressman on the baseball field. and now we are learning more about it the names of six house g.o.p. members were apparently found on a list that this gunman had made. pete: yeah, in the van of this gunman apparently the daily caller first broke it were names of six republican congressman. here they're trent franks, jeff duncan, scott, mo brooks, and morgan griffith. known as freedom caucus members. it looks like those could have been the targets the shooter was looking for. abby: walking on the baseball
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field to one of the congressman baseball field that morning are those republicans or democrats on the field? we want to bring in governor mike huckabee for more. governor, good to have you with us. >> thanks. great to be with you. and what a sobering reality about this shooter who now we clearly know. this was not some random act of violence. this guy was very thoughtful and planned. he virtually camped out by that ymca next to the ball field for weeks. he had a list. this was a dargted seeks assassination. but can i step this back a second? this is a bigger issue. this is an attempt to overthrow the elected government. and i don't want people to lose sight of the fact that what we're seeing is not necessarily an organized attempt, but a widespread attempt by people who hate the results of the election, who want to overturn it not by another election, but by violent means, by any means possible because they reject the election. folks, this is an absolute
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threat to our democracy. forget the russians. forget the fact that the people are saying the russians tried to interfere with our democracy. they tried. there is no evidence that they changed one single vote but what we're seeing now is not a threat from the russians but the radicals. and we need to be a lot more afraid of the radicals who are trying to overturn a duly elected congress and president than we are about russians who may have attempted to do something and influence the election but there is no evidence yet of it. pete: strong statement for sure. the democratic party has moved left and left and left. whether they lose or win to barack obama. the progressives have gained more power in that party. the guy who pulled the trigger is the only one who pulled the trigger on that attack but the rhetoric of resist, impeach, take to the streets has affected the lexicon of the left. county leadership of that party, where is the leadership and can they pull them back
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from this precedent? >> i really don't know. i would like to think that some of them would be more vocal in not just denying the veracity of this as a valuable tool. i would like to see them outright say, guys, this is not the way that we change things we don't like in our government. we have an election coming up in 2018. you want to change it? go out and get some new members of congress in the senate. four years, you know, we have a presidential election. can you change it then. but we don't do it in the meantime. and when i see all of these special prosecutors and then the radical attempts on the streets, a lot of people are getting, you know, the heck beat out of them because they are wearing a trump shirt. sometimes it's more subtle. it's like they don't get their picture in the school yearbook. again, think about what this is doing. this is bullying. it's terrorism. because when you scare people from wearing a shirt they want to wear, putting a flag on their car, wearing a badge or going to a rally, when they are scared to do it because
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they are afraid they are going to have the daylights knocked out of them by some radical leftist, then they have succeeded in changing the behavior of people in a free society. this is the threat to our way of life. please don't let it get lost on that. pete: absolutely. another parity of this is that it is the investigation has been ongoing of so-called russian interference in the election which then turned into collusion which now is turning into obstruction. some people feel like the new special counsel bob mueller is not only conflicted but inquisition with wide open investigation ultimately trying to build and make a case for some are saying impeachment. mark levin famed radio talk show host had this to say on the program. take a listen to it? >> there is no reason to have a special counsel. it's something the democrats want and something the republicans capitulated to. so now we have this roving prosecutor whose subject of investigation is whatever subject he decides to investigate.
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is that what constitutional government is about, ladies and gentlemen? we now have a federal independent of every branch of the federal government who has as his objective to take down the president of the united states. mr. mueller may be investigating individuals, but his purpose are being unleashed against the president of the united states is to make the case for impeachment, not indictment. this is very, very important to understand. pete: do you agree, governor? >> well, i do agree. i think that if you look at this carefully, what we're doing by the special prosecutor and the wide scope and the fact that we're hiring dozens of lawyers who, by the way have contributed tens of thousands of dollars to democrat candidates and that's very concerning. so there may be an immediate conflict. it's apparent that this investigation is all focused on the trump administration and the personnel, many of
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whom were not even government employees at the time that they're being investigated. so here's the question. are we sending six fire trucks to put out flickering flame of a candle when, in fact, there are some raging fires that were never addressed like the abuses of the irs, hillary's deleted emails, the 20% of our uranium that was sold off to the russians. >> the selling of influence for contributions to the clinton foundation. i mean, where was the outrage for all of that? i didn't remember it and now this is all based on what even prominent democrats have said there is no shred of evidence that there was a connection between the president as candidate or as president and the russians, none. so why are we doing this? and to what end? to what purpose? i mean, i think americans ought to truly be alarmed. pete: one thing liberals are excited about it seems is this fascination with mike pence and could this be a sort of plan by mike pence to try and
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assume the head possession in our country, being president. no longer being vice president. you know, how do you respond to this? politico, "the washington post," all responded to. this man on a wire. mike pence's tight rope act from politico, "the washington post." pence's balancing act as trump's number two shows strain amidterm oil. how do you respond? >> can i tell that you there is more creativity on the left in the media making up these stories about like mike pence than there is combined between walt disney and george lucas. they are pretty creative guys. look, mike pence has two things that a lot of these leftists would never understand. honor and integrity. mike pence, i know him well. he is one of the most decent and truly chitted individuals to what's right that i have ever known. he is a great vice president. and i will guarantee you the last thing he's doing is sitting around and plotting his takeover. he's doing everything he can to help this president and i
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will tell you something else about mike pence that many of us can appreciate. you can be assured that every day is he on his knees before god humbly asking for the strength to be a servant to this country. anything to the contrary of that is utter nonsense. pete: it's so true to write a story like that is to ignore every utterance, every action the vice president has done in support of president trump. he has never once insinuated. abby: welcome to mainstream media today. have a wonderful father's day weekend. he. pete: thank you, governor. a teenage girl tells her boyfriend to commit suicide and he did. now she has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. the story that has parents across the country talking this morning. does the punishment fit the so-called crime? the right take as page out of the playbook. shakespeare in the park. the show that thought it was okay to depict the assassination of president trump. we have more coming up.
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told her boyfriend to kill himself in texts found guilty in manslaughter now facing up to 20 years in prison. obviously this is a huge story. abby: horrible, horrible story. girl, i believe is now 20. she faces 20 years in prison. as the story goes and i don't know all the nuts and bolts of it but told this kid to kill himself and to put himself in the car. i guess she was there at the scene.
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he gets out of the car. and she says get back in. watches him die. the question is she didn't actually kill him. but she obviously told him to kill himself and didn't do anything when he was dying. a lot of legal questions. guy in with the emotions. if this was child who was killed i would want whoever did that, whoever told them to kill himself i would want them in prison for their entire life that's where i come in as a woman. pete: teenagers texting thousands of texts and phone calls. i don't know if she had been at the scene or not. he was fumigating his own car. got out. he texted her and told her. she said get back in the car. apparently heard him -- his last gasp in the car. that's a terrible thing to hear from teenagers and who knows the emotions involved. have you got a legal background, todd. i don't know. manslaughter. is this typical? because usually it's a physical action of manslaughter. not words like get back in the car. abby: she was also so young.
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todd: keep in mind courts can use manslaughter as catchall. not murder. certain elements to be met. none of those elements are met here. if somebody dies and some sort of causality that you can point, to manslaughter is that catchall. i know you are not going to want to hear this because i know you are very anti-courts making law. in the law when you sort of sit there and write a legal brief, have you two or things you can more or less go to. case precedent and have you statute. okay? courts make law. that's what court precedent is so, yes, we really haven't touched upon this kind of topic. abby: i was going to say what is the precedent. todd: texts are so law. this isn't something you are going to have case law back in the 1800s on. what the lawyers and judge will do is try to fit old law to new technology and that's where we get our current law, current precedent out of. and then it will be put into statute. pete: she now faces up to 20 years. we have probably all said as a teenager i hope you kill yourself. or i hope this person gets hit
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by car. that's not murder or manslaughter. that's a might have been that you say irresponsibly. in this case it was very direct and does that matter in the case of a court? abby: we are also living in different times. when we were growing up we didn't have social media. now i have little sisters that are both in middle school and high school. i see. so things la that are written, bullying that goes on. any parent knows that it has gotten so out of control. we are living in different times. the legality that we're having to deal with unprecedented moments what do you do? pete: in the past you had to pass a note. you would say can i talk to so and so? now it's direct text messaging, immediately erased and snapchat. no doubt the parents face a whole set. abby: public shaming on facebook. pete: that's why this has caught on so -- it's gotten so much interest. people are saying hey, how why fall in on this? abby: what do you think? as we're talking about, this i'm sure there are a lot of emotions out there that have been following the story.
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todd: quick headlines for you now. border patrol agents raiding a camp and arresting four men of suspected being in the u.s. illegally. camp designed to harbor illegally miles from the border. despite being notified prior to the raids and refusing to cooperate. and department of homeland security officials saying the future of the deferred action for childhood arrivals program still undecided by the trump administration. the obama era program allows nearly 788,000 illegal immigrants to apply for work permits and live in the u.s. pete over to you. pete: thanks, todd. president trump standing up for justice as he rolls back the obama administration cuban initiative and honors the victims of cuban military crimes.
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>> those victims included mario depina jr. and carlos does attachment we are honored to be joined today by mario's parents. meriam and mario and carlos' sister. merta. what they represent to everybody and especially to the cuban people. so your children did not die in vain. believe me. [applause] pete: that was president trump mario and meriam's son was killed when his plane was shot down by the cuban air force in 1986. they were honored yesterday. and they join us via skype. thank you for joining us this morning. first of all, tell us about your son's story. what happened to catch up our viewers on that. >> certainly. our son was a 24-year-old young american boy. and he -- his life dream was
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to become a pilot. a commercial pilot. so that's what he pursued from an early age. and he was very, very happy. he already had an internship with american airlines in his last year of the university. and he volunteered as a pilot, search and rescue mission doing civil patrol, air patrol in the florida straits because there were some cuban rafters dying at sea being eaten by sharks. that was -- he was just very happy doing that. and fulfilling his career. but on february 24th, 1996, the cuban government decided to just shoot him down out of the sky in international airspace killing four innocent people. pete: shot down, unarmed propeller plane shot down by their air force, condemned by the u.n. security council. the u.n. commission on human
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rights. it was a spy that gave up the information on this. a spy that was eventually released by former president barack obama as well. so, but what you heard from president trump yesterday, was a reversal of president obama's cuban policy. a retightening, a reality that was a one-sided deal. what was your reaction in reality of some that suffered from freedom, including your son, what was your reaction to president trump's approach yesterday? >> it was music to our ears. because, we felt so betrayed in the prior administration when the killer, the -- when one of the people responsible for the murder of four loved ones down here in south florida was returned to cuba to raúl castro the tyrant on a silver platter, answered was serving a life sentence in the united states after a very fair 7 month trial. he was found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder in
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the case of our son. and that was the only piece of legal, you know, criminal law that we were able to his name is hernando hernandez. he was the head of spy networ network. the west network. pete: ultimately gave up the name of that patrol that your son mario was a party of when it was shot down. >> the president said he will not have died in vain. this is a new deal. one sided deal is over. music to your ears and opportunity to truly bring freedom to that island which is exactly what those people on those rafts were attempting to do in 1996. >> sometimes things come full circle. we appreciate you sharing your powerful story and staying committed to this cause. >> thank you. >> thanks for having us. pete: absolutely. meriam and mario. their son mario killed in
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1996. the president recognized him yesterday. >> thanks, pete. pete: the gunman who opened fire on the republican baseball team had a list. and all six names on it were conservative republicans. the reporter who broke the story joins us live. then e professor of law a jonathan turley is on deck. plus as you see geraldo rivera and trish regan here live. and, of course, my favorite brisket, ribs and i don't think i have ever had cajun pig. i'm about to. we are serving up the best barbecue from across america on our plaza. i will see you out there soon. ♪ ♪ ♪ your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to another
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serve and that is what a personal relationship is literally in the statute it says it's either a relative or a close friend. well, that's the definition of comey and mueller. it's incomprehensible to me that mueller was selected and that he accepted the position. the conflict of interest is flagrant.
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pete: that was our own greg jarrett earlier in the program. now we will bring in jonathan turley law proposal at. you heard greg jarrett there. there is a lot of folks calling into question the independence of bob mueller. what do you say on that? >> well, first of all, i said it earlier that i did not think that mueller was a good choice. i thought that rosenstein used poor judgment, both mueller and comey have a long standing professional relationship. they are both part of the lower and legacy of the justice department stemming from this shared historical moment they had at the hospital bedside of john ashcroft. they are tied by that moment by long service. ethics rules. interpret to mean professional relationships are conflicts in that sense. i don't think that rosenstein would view it that way. i don't think the doj. we what concerns bemueller is the same thing that concerns me about rosenstein.
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i have said it before that rosenstein needs to recuse himself. i don't see any gray area there. he is not just a witness. he is perhaps the witness on the on destruction issue. and the irony is that this leak from the special counsel. they are now looking at -- donald trump as a target of obstruction. seem calculated to protect mueller. in doing so they undercut rosenstein because he now would be at the top of that witness list. but mueller may have the same problem. not because of professional relationship with comey, which i think is troubling, but mueller reportedly met with trump the day before his appointment to interview for the fbi job. now, it strikes me as odd if he sat down with the president to replace comey and the president didn't say anything as to why he fired comey. or why he felt the need to have a new fbi director.
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that makes mueller himself a potential witness. abby: have you members, some on the left who as you pointed out they are really hoping that out of this investigation comes some obstruction of justice, at least to an impeachment. so ken starr was speaking out about this on thursday. former independent counsel who investigated you remember under the clinton years knows all too well about all of this. and he says as far as he knows now, everything he has seen, there has been no obstruction of justice. here is what he says. >> obstruction of justice is really a very hard crime to make out. it's not just you want the investigation to go away, you suggest that the investigation goes away. have you got to take really affirmative action. pete: to be clear we are not certain that's ken starr. >> we are going to correct that if that is false. words from somebody who know as lot of what he speaks. >> i want to know what happened to ken starr's hair.
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ken starr and i actually were in court together in the clinton impeachment because i represented the former attorney generals in that fight. i agree with him. i have said for a while now that people are getting ahead of their skies on obstruction. this is not easy to prove. i have never seen a case, ever, prosecuted on this type of evidence. it doesn't mean that there shouldn't be an investigation. it doesn't mean that a case cannot be made, but they are a long shot from it right now. i think what what we are going to have is clearly a special counsel investigation looking at obstruction. the question is who is going to do it? i think it's incumbent upon mueller to answer these questions. as to did he have a discussion about comey in the oval office, if he did, i would be floored that he would not only offered the special counsel position but accepted it. todd: jonathan, as you know, professional responsibility is the topic. nobody in law school pays attention to it like a thrown away subject.
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kind of important now, isn't it? >> yeah. it is. and hopefully they do pay attention to it. todd: i got a b. what can i say? we. abby: personal responsibility. >> b is a very good grade. good for you. pete: is b a good grate grade? b is a decent grade. abby: i would have taken a b in any of my classes, todd. i do want to get to other headlines. rescues wrapping up overnight after a ferry with 48 people on board strike as jetty injuring six people. rough water conditions made it hard to remove passengers near cape cod, massachusetts. one person now suffering serious injuries was air lifted by a coast guard helicopter. still not clear though what caused that crash. and republican outrage unfolding on stage. two protesters interrupting july i can't teljulius caesar dp
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being assassinated. >> this is unacceptable. you cannot -- all right. ladies and gentlemen, we are going to pause. >> you are inciting terrorists. the blood of steve scalise is on your hands. abby: protesters being thrown out by security immediately with the play continuing to gone o the final performance of the play is still expected to go on tomorrow. and the woman is suing a casino for offering her a steak dinner instead of handing over 43-million-dollar jackpot winning. denying her the cash and saying surprise amount on machine. now she is crying foul saying the game was rigged. going outside to rick with barbecue. i'm stuck in the studio. can i smell it, rick. i'm so jealous. bring it in. rick: at least your clothes are going to stay smelling good. rest of our clothes going to be ruined. summer is heating up on the
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plaza big barbecue bash. barbecue guys.com firing up the grill. welcome back tell because we have going on here. >> larger grills are perfect for whole pig. we are roasting it on the row rotisserie on the back. smoker boxes on the side. sugar cane and pecan wood. and you put in these smoke boxes. >> on the side. rick: what's going on here. >> in here we have regular veges with some of the you ajuis. rick: how long does it need to cook. >> go about two and a half, three hours. rick: eating this later on in the show. >> eating it later on.
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rick: it's not done yet. send it over to you guys. todd: right before we went on two seconds which one of those do you want pete and i responded yes. we want them all. i have brisket here, pork lion and then we have also have our own pork ribs. pete: you are from texas smoke barbecue which is where. >> new jersey. pete peelt i see trophies so you must be good at what you do. >> absolutely. pete: what's the secret to good barbecue? >> to the pork lionel it's the marinade and regular barbecue is on premise and smoked about 10 to 12 hours. pete: 10 to 12 hours of smoke? >> that's how you get perfection like this. nice piece came off out of smoker. pete: can a regular person do that on their grill? >> that's our own homemade rub. rub that and smoke it for about 10 to 12 hours. that's how you get that nice barking. todd: how did you get into the
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barbecue game being jersey guys? >> i went on long business trips working for my former employer. going down to texas. started to realize what barbecue was all about. expecting to get hot dogs and hamburgers i got brisket. i got pork, i got ribs. i said let me go check this out. this was 20-some years ago. pete: new jersey they get the authentic thing for real. i love it this is great. thank you for coming out this morning. >> my pleasure. pete: keep eating on the plaza all morning. abby, i may bring a sandwich in for you. abby: you are so good at bringing me in bites of barbecue. please keep that going. i will be waiting. the gunman who opened fire on the republican baseball team had a list all six names are on it. they are republicans. a reporter who broke that story is joining us live. that is next. plus, it was just your average ordinary street sign. but then vandals got ahold of it and wanted to make it great again. coming up. ♪ party over here ♪ party over there
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♪ pete: we are back with a fox news alert. the fbi has uncovered a handwritten police including the names and capitol hill office numbers of six g.o.p. republican congressman. the list belongs to the gunman who opened fire on the republican baseball team on wednesday morning. todd: fox news has learned all names on this list are conservative members of the house freedom caucus. abby: joining us now a peter. what a story to break. tell us what you found. >> yeah. so honestly the most important take away, is that as more
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information comes out about james t. hodgkinson, the more it becomes virtually impossible to claim it was random outburst or to claim it was unrelated to politics. it was all about politics. abby: this was found in his van, correct? how did you found it? >> found it in his pocket. i try to be nice guy. and so i was able to get a couple people who were -- who knew about the information to tell me about it. it's really shocking, shocking piece of information. todd: your point is well taken as others try to turn the page or dismiss it as this guy was just crazy. the point is he was politically motivated unfortunately and toward conservative republicans. let's not down play that story in covering this angle. >> yeah. honestly, it's amazing to me
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that up until we broke that story the mainstream media has all but tried to change the topic. they were trying to talk about donald trump and russia. they were trying to talk about the g.o.p.'s obamacare bill. just 24, 48 hours, after an attempted mass assassination that it's absolutely. >> of lawmakers. >> there is so much more t that's about to come out. you have to stay tuned. abby: starting with your reporting. todd: america 2017. how have we gotten here? abby: thank you for joining us. pete: hard facts are hard facts. abby: actually with their name attached to the report? what? pete: novel concept. he said it so right. we stepped back from it this is a mass political assassination attempt. imagine if he had been more successful. our prayers with are steve scalise today who is still hanging to life.
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if there hadn't been capitol police as you noted before it would have been page a 1 story for weeks for all the wrong reasons. todd: stuff you read about in history books in the early station nation. political assassinations in the 60's. history can repeat itself if you don't learn from it. abby: good wake-up call. a woman received a chilling threat that said one down, 216 to go. representative claudia tiny joins us live next hour. abby: father's day is tomorrow. did you guys remember that? there is still time though to get the perfect gift. here with great gift ideas. that's next. pete: saving the day for me. ♪ macho, macho man ♪ i got to be a macho man ♪ i got to be a macho, macho man.
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this thing can carry over 2,000 pounds worth of tools. to. todd: let's try to move it? >> no it will fall. >> 2,000 pounds of carriage pass city. check this out. six outlets on the side and plug it. in usb for all of your technology stuff absolutely amazing. dad can store everything in this great case. todd: watch "fox & friends" "fox & friends" on your cell phone. >> all about the tech guys. husky has great unbreakable flashlights. unbreakable and waterproof completely. check these out for dads. this makes a great gift. from milwaukee, this thing is so awesome. this is the milwaukee tick this is g.p.s. sending unit. attach this to tools, lawn mower. todd: car. >> your kids' car. location on smart phone to anything you stick it too. todd: how about this bad dog
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>> brand new details emerging about the man who opened fire at congressional baseball practice targeting republican lawmakers. >> fox news confirms that james hodgkinson had a list of republican lawmakers written down. >> this is a bigger issue. this is an attempt to overthrow the elected government. this is an absolute threat to our democracy. >> u.s. warship suffered a collision at sea. >> seven navy sailors are missing. at least five are injured. >> president trump overturning obama era cuba policy. >> effective immediately, i am canceling the last administration's completely
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one-sided deal with cuba. >> not only was it keeping to a campaign promise by president trump. it was also dismantling the obama legacy. >> you heard that pledge. you exercised the right you have to vote. you went out and you voted. and here i am, like i promised. like i promised. [chanting u.s.a.] ♪ ♪ i said shake, rattle, and roll ♪ i said shake, rattle, and roll ♪ i said shake, rattle, and roll pete: that stand -- we'll get to the other ones before the show. we were at the texas barbecue house unbelievable brisket. i use hyperbole a lot but in this case best meat i have eaten.
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todd: new jersey. abby: no matter where did you go the in country unique amazing food. pete, you brought brought me in unique brisket. that was so good. i wish you all watching could try it i feel like watch eat all the time. abby is increasingly hungry. it's great. todd: we will get to that in a minute. i was prepping, reading a lot. little did i know. the number one thing i needed to have was floss. like little did i know eating so much. my teeth -- abby: we embrace it. pete and i. pete don't floss stay in your teeth and enjoy it all morning long. todd: if i go like this i'm sorry, marker. pete: half of this hour for abby huntsman. abby: might have something to to do with food. pete: it's some big, big huge, talk. come on growing developing
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news. abby: okay. todd: it's breaking. abby: want to get the news everybody is talking about on wednesday. the shooting that happened. now we know that the shooter apparently had a list of political targets named, all of them republican. six congressman on this list representative trent franks, jeb duncan, scot desjarlais, jim jordan and morgan griffith all of them on this list. pete: we had the daily caller on last hour to broke this story. important to note all members of the conservative freedom calculation. politically motivated assassination attempt against conservative republicans. there is no doubt. one of those targetinged was representative trent frank. he was on the story last night. he provided this additional detail. >> there are certainly many indications now that the shooter was premed indicated in his actions. i have been notified that there is an investigation and that, yes, that i might be involved in that investigation.
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but, you know, i certainly can't go any further than tha that. todd: this is attack on one congressman as noted in washington, d.c. an attack on all members of congress at some level. and threats have continued. one of those threatened more recent live is new york congresswoman continually. she joins thus morning. first of all, congressman tiny, thanks for being here. list of freedom caucus members. >> that's really disturbing. now it does look premeditated. wasn't somebody randomly walking on to a baseball field. he knew they were there. he knew the people he was looking for. it's interesting that. so people that he actually confronted, jeff duncan who was on that list, he actually asked are these the republicans practicing? so it's really, really foreboding when you hear something like that. very disturbing for not just the people that are on the freedom caucus but all of us who have received threats like i have and many others. abby: you received a threat after the shooting one down,
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216 to go. >> um-huh. abby: what is this about? >> yeah. this is actually had been happening to me for months. i have received maybe not some quite of this tenure and it was particularly more on setting when it came within an hour or so after this terrible news came on congressman scalise and the other capitol police and the staff that were shot. really terrible situation. but it just made it seem more like violence turned auto into reality. a violent rhetoric turned into reality. for me i have been receiving these for months, of course everything we turn over to the capitol police. but we got nervous. we said we have been sort of taking it not as seriously just because it was a threat. and now we have to look into making sure that we have a protocol in place for dealing with the safety of all of us. not just me and my staff. but my constituents, who i meet with hundreds of them on a weekly basis in my office here. abby: just to give people a sense. here is the email sent to you, one down, 216 to go. did you not expect this when you take away ordinary
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people's very lives in order to pay off the wealthiest among us, your only lives are forget. certainly your souls and more rattle were long lost before. good riddance. that is just horrible, horrible. pete: also what they wrote about your son. when i read that that sickened me. explain a little bit more about that. >> i put out a memorial day message. and my son-in-law who is actually naval academy graduate and now serving as first lieutenant in the marine corps. i know you discuss that sometimes. i love the naval academy. great to be a usna parent. i put out a memorial day message. we have some veterans in my community. and just to wish them all well. and i received a notice on facebook that said i hope your son comes back bagged. and it was so disturbing. i just couldn't believe anyone would say that and then he doubled down. i rode in the rolling thunder, the motorcycle ride. had a great opportunity to do that to support the pows and the mia and amazing event at the at that point toll with
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rex tillerson, by the way, ourselves. and continued i hope you break your neck. and don't survive rolling thunder. these kind of things are just unacceptable. we have seen a normalization of this type of behavior. and i just unfortunately we need to be vigilant now. peter: we certainly thank your son for his service. you will be heading back to your district and others over the next weeks and months for town halls. >> yes. pete: one congressman scott perry has postponed his town hall for today after the shooting. some wonder whether she should all together. do you take a prudent pressure or stand up and say we are not going to be threatened and back down. where do you stand on that. >> issue of town halls something started by the tea party. i love tone gauge with my constituents. i'm an attorney. i have run as an independent republican. and it's important that we get to our constituents and speak with them and hear their views every way we can the new town halcyon september though has turned into somewhat of an ambush against conservative members.
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against members who are voted for the american healthcare act for example trying to help middle class constituents who lost their healthcare. it's become just a shouting match. and almost jerry springer like atmosphere where we are not talking about issues and engaging with the member of congress. it's almost like they are use offing the member of congress and the position to advance their views and shout down the views of a lot of other people. whether they are senior citizens or veterans or other people that have genuine concerns about the fact that they have issues as well. so, i love the concept of a town hall. we have been doing them. we are doing another tele town hall. meeting with constituents in small groups, just to ensure the safety of our constituents. this is a point where the dialogue has reached a level where we are not talking about issues. and we certainly disagree on how policy forums. and we have been doing a lot on a bipartisan basis. you know, i just attended the congressional baseball game with my colleague congressman brad schneider and he is a democrat from illinois.
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we co-sponsor bills. we find common ground as freshman we signed a commitment to civility to stand and change the dialogue to tone it down, to talk about exchanging ideas and finding common ground. and that's something that we're not seeing the media reporting. i'm grateful that you are out there reporting. this because the general consensus is that we don't get along. that's actually note the case. pete: that may be the case on personal level. the question will be whether nancy pelosi and the like ever stop resisting and actually start coming to the table. a whole different story. abby: that's more on policy than anything else i. abby: thank you your son for his service. two brothers in the navy so my mom would relate to everything you just said. >> and thank you for them. it's a wonderful experience. pete: go army, congresswoman. >> oh, go navy. pete: settled in december. >> thank you. abby: hospital officials now confirming republican steve scalise does remain in critical condition but his vital signs have stabilized.
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the house majority whip has undergone two surgeries already. and will require additional operations after suffering major damage from his gunshot wound. >> i would say that when he arrived he was in critical condition with an imminent risk of death. abby: three other people were shot when james hodgkinson fired 50 rounds at g.o.p. baseball practice in alexandria wednesday morning. hoping the best for him. the trump family enjoying a presidential tradition this weekend. white house officials say the president, along with first lady melania trump and son barron are taking their first trip to camp david for a weekend get away. past presidents have stayed at camp david for personal retreats as well as hosting foreign dig any tears. he usually spends weekends ate florida mar-a-lago resort which some now call the southern white house. it will be a fun weekend. hillary clinton getting the crooked treatment to state of new york. some adding three letters to highway sign in long island from crooked hill road to read crooked hillary.
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the nickname given to the former secretary of state by president trump during the 2016 campaign. hopes to find out who is responsible. pete: they sell stickers for that it looks like they clipped it out of magazine or something and taped it up there. yesterday if you saw president trump was down in miami, todd, you were there at a diner saying universally there was appreciation for what the president had to say. he called the old deal under the obama administration with cuba a one sided bad deal. said just like the iran deal, it's a terrible deal that needs to be rewritten. this is what the president had so-to-say as he unveiled a new cuba policy yesterday. >> effective immediately, i am canceling the last administration's completely one sided deal with cuba. [cheers and applause] we will not lift sanctions on the cuban regime until all political prisoners are freed. freedoms of assembly and expression are respected.
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all political parties are legalized and free and internationally supervised elections. [cheers and applause] are scheduled. the return of the cop killer joanne che chesimard. stop jailing innocent people. so to the crass astro regime we repeat, the harboring of criminals and fugitives will end. you have no choice. it will end. abby: this is not just a political issue, but as we have seen, as we have all been talking about, there is such a personal one for so many people. many of which live here but came originalfully cuba. you probably talked to some of those in florida yesterday. todd: to a man and to a woman yesterday down in miami every single person we spoke to i'm so happy president trump is doing what he is doing to. them this isn't a money issue or a health issue. this is an issue that cuts to their core. pete: it's a freedom issue.
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president obama gave away the store. he is enriching the castro regime while getting no political concessions at all. why do people leave cuba on rafts for decades? because they wanted to flee communism to come to a free country. we gave away a terrible deal. that constituency understood the human cost of it it's like yeah, let's stick to our guns here because america represents something. it's -- i applaud the president for standing up and doing what he said he would do in the campaign trail which is reverse the leg gales of the obama administration that made deals with iran and cuba. todd: meantime a fox news alert. a desperate search underway for seven sailors missing at sea after their ship crashed. an update coming up next. pete: we are following that closely. the right take as page out of the left's playbook throwing a temper tantrum to shut down the play that portrays the assassination of president trump. >> this is the unacceptable. you cannot promote this type of violence against donald trump. it's unacceptable. pete: we messed up that message.
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sailors after a u.s. warship crashes into a cargo ship off the coast of japan. todd: a horrible story. the badly damaged destroyer towed back to japanese base this morning. pete ellison barber is live in washington, d.c. >> seven navy sailors are missing and at least five are injured. the u.s. navy's seventh fleet says search and rescue efforts are underway involving u.s. and japanese aircraft.
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they are searching in the air and on the water. the commander of the uss fitzgerald is among the injured. officials say he was airlifted to a naval hospital. all three are reportedly awake but will remain under observation until further notice. the uss fitzgerald is a guided missile destroyer. the seventh fleet posted this video about an hour ago. it shows the fitz heading back to japanese base. the ship collided with a philippine merchant vessel 56 nautical miles off the coast of japan suffering damage above and below the water line. that merchant vessel his the uss vessel on right or star board side causing flooding in parts of the ship including two areas where sailors typically sleep. the cause of the collision is unknown. the commander of the us pacific fleet says the sailors are their priority. in a statement admiral scott swift said quote: right now
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we are focused on two things, the safety of the ship and the well-being of the sailors. the jans coast guard is leading the search for the seven missing sailors right now. guys? todd: all right, ellison. thank you very much. a teenage girl tells her boyfriend to commit suicide and he did. now she could be sentenced to 20 years in prison. the story that has parents across the country talking this morning. pete: and the right take as page out of the left's playbook. protesting to shut down the play portraying the assassination of president trump. are liberals going to finally get the message that that's not acceptable? well, legendary game show host chuck woolery here next to react. here he is. ♪ we didn't start the fire ♪ it was always burning since the world was turning ♪ i thought i was doing okay...
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todd: some quick headlines now. outrage reaching a boiling point in london over the deadly tower. storming town hall demanding answers for how the fire spread so quickly. this after the reports the building prioritized green energy over safety. at least 30 people died in tuesday's blaze. that number could rise above 100 as dozens are still missing. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein overseeing the special probe into russia's election meddling might recuse himself. under scrutiny after he wrote a memo to the president about former fbi director james comey's performance creating a potential conflict within the program. abby: republican outrage is unfolding on stage as two protesters interrupt new
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york'ser performance of julius caesar which depicts the assassination of donald trump. chuck woolery a long time game show host and host of the podcast. good to have you here, chuck. >> it's nice to be with you this morning and hollywood is at it again. it's just amazing. i mean, one person stands up and, you know, that is supposed to be conservative republican and all of a sudden there is outrage every place because they protest. abby: obviously, chuck, with the shooting, only one person as pete mentioned earlier pulled that trigger. you think about these incidents that have been happening whether it's cathy griffith with the beheading, the shakespeare in the park, the shooting. does hollywood and the left need to do more to step and say this is not okay. this is not okay for democrats, for republicans no, nation this is not okay? >> well, you know, hollywood doesn't have a voice. it just has voices within hollywood and alec baldwin said what kathy griffin did was perfectly fine.
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bill maher does what he does gets criticized by people and is he fine. the hypocrisy of the left through hollywood's eyes and through the eyes of our political system as well is just so rampant. it's hard to get your head around it. so they can do things that we, as conservatives cannot do. but something that's happening that's a little interesting now. democrats and republicans are not loyal opposition anymore the democrats say we are the rescis tans. they are using a military term. i don't want to overblow this. but they are using a military term from the second world war against the nazis that the french used and within germany as certain people used and europeans used as well. they see themselves as resisting trump. and resisting republicans when, in fact, what this is all about with robert mueller, listen, all 166 those 1616 of te
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republicans couldn't take trump out. hillary clinton couldn't take trump out. nobody else, the media hasn't been able to take trump out. it's robert mueller's job to finally take him out as special counsel -- or as special prosecutor. so, everything in the world is about taking out donald trump and putting him on the sideline because hollywood and washington and the establishment cannot stand the fact that he may shed light on the fact of how inca inincompett they are and that's what he will do. i will give you an example. y 2 k came up. that was 17 years ago. he just shut it down last week. why something was solved 17 years ago. pete: everyone thought. 17 years later we have resolved that it started from day one. it was boycotting the inauguration. angsd the next day it was the women's march and rhetoric was hot from minute one. you will remember madonna what she said she wanted to do at the beginning. take a listen. >> yes.
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i'm angry. yes, i am outraged. yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. pete: to your point, chuck. tea party members were called radical when they peacely protested. resisters fighting with police. clashing with people talking about blowing up the white house. yet they get a free pass from this media. >> mickey roark said he wanted to beat him with a bat. the problem is there is absolutely no accountability that anything people say in hollywood. especially because it's like, you know, who in their right behind would think that she was serious about burning down the white house? who in their right behind would think about micky roark thinking about beating with the president is a baseball bat. who in their right behind would do this? the problem is they're speaking to people who are not in their right behind.
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they are going to do things based on what people said. the people who said them will never be held accountable. it's just that simple. he. todd: i lived in l.a. it is a different world. just quickly what are your thoughts. >> it's very insular. it's very much like washington, as a matter of fact. it's a bubble. it is true. it's a bubble. they have so much in common. todd: a bubble swamp. >> it is. it's just a bubble everybody lives. in everybody works. in it's very small. it's a small knit community. producers run it. actors follow everything the producer, directors tell them to do. and they are all very, very wealthy and they have five people working for them and telling them what to do. and that's not everybody. but there is a lot of people who are like that. they manage your time when you are out there. if you are a hollywood star, your time is managed. pete: we have to listen to our producers managing our time we have to go. chuck, thank you so much.
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abby: thank you, chuck. good to see you. the story that has parents across the country talking this morning. teenage girl texts her boyfriend telling him to commit suicide and he did unfortunately. now she could get 20 years in prison. does the punishment fit the crime? todd: completely different, tomahawk steaks no idea what that is. pete: what? todd: bacon wrapped bacon. is your mouth watering yet? our barbecue bash continues live on the plaza. abby: i'm excited about. this i also have a very special announcement to make right here that's coming up after the commercial break. stay with us. ♪ we are family ♪ i've got all my sisters with me ♪ when that pain makes simple errands simply unbearable... ...i hear you. i hear you because my dad struggled with this pain. make sure your doctor hears you too.
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i was wondering the same thing two weeks ago. >> wow, abby, have you got quite an appetite. abby: embarrassing. todd: does anyone think besides @ abby huntsman is glowing lately. abby: i want to bring in my husband jeff. pete: jeff otherwise known as guilty party. the guy that was part of the other part of this. pete: i don't want to steal the theme words yet. abby: i will tell all of our viewers out there that have been so great about writing me. we are having a baby girl. our first baby [applause] abby: baby girl. around thanksgiving time. so we're so excited. jeff comes from a family of all boys. i come from a huge family of girls. >> everyone tells you won't be ready for pregnancy.
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and i being the uninformed dad all that really happens is maybe mom has a hangerring for pickles. she is such a champ. it's harder than i thought. todd: are you reading the books? abby: first three months i will say i have been pretty sick. i have to thank fox news and our boss here who runs morning programming because if it weren't for her and suzanne scott who runs this place, they have saved my life. they say take care of yourself first and foremost and then you will be the best for the show. i'm so grateful for that as a woman to-to-have people around me care about family. it will be part of the show. this little girl is going to be part of "fox & friends" and she is going to be a lucky one. pete: she is going to be lucky to have the two of you. >> if she turns out like abby we'll be all set. if we turns out like her dad we are in trouble. abby: golden george doesn't know yet. buns once he gets the scraps.
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steve: i think golden george has known for a long time. abby: they smell hormones. pete: i think he is on the case. todd: you couldn't be nicer when i first got here, abby. i couldn't thank you enough. you deserve every blessing. i appreciate what you did for me. pete: you get to watch abby grow with us. abby: my eating and this belly it's a baby. pete: appetite has changed. she used to eat healthy food. abby: bring me barbecue. todd: there was barbecue over there. >> dad loves it. abby: thank you so much, guys. thanks for all the support on social media. i appreciate all of that speaking of barbecue, rick reichmuth on the plaza eating it for us. rick: sorry i'm not inside to congratulate you. such grate news. in honor of you we are doing barbecue, here is mike johnson, co-owners of sugar fires smokehouse, welcome. and this guy right here. bringson, he is the youngest of five kids. have you five kids?
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>> i know. rick: abby, they have five just saying. abby just announced she is pregnant with her first. >> congratulations. rick: what is going on. >> bacon wrapped bacon. smoked pork belly wrapped in bacon, seasoned and wrapped again covered in sweet sauce. rick: can i try one of these? rick: this guy right here. >> tomahawk ribeye. rick: oh my god. >> isn't it good? >> of course, bacon wrapped bacon. so we are all over. industrial area. and we are standing outside of st. louis, also. look for us. rick: brickson wants some of this. can i tell is he hungry. >> he has he it before. he loves it. rick: amazing sugar fire smokehouse grill. coming over here. i have got judd and katie. you guys are with -- is it haywire. >> haywire two sister restaurants out of texas.
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rick: and you are from the ranch, right? >> yes. rick: you make all of his meat? you grow his meat. >> we are a local family owned cattle operation. so we cross our bulls with angus cows and creates a beautiful march he bled meat that we sell at restaurants like the haywire and ranch. check out that marbling. >> what makes you special. >> texas themed we have something for everything. texas is a big state. there is lot going on there. and we have got it. rick: i'm going to eat one of these guys right here. >> try the sausage. rick: thank you very much. are we sending it over to you guys? >> took us a second. todd: here with neil of virgil's barbecue. tell us about virgil's. >> this is like a whole neighborhood block party for us. we are right here in the neighborhood. pete: just down the road. >> 44th and broadway. we have been around for 24 years doing barbecue for the good people of new york and all the visitors. pete: what do you too to make
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authentic barbecue in new york city. >> in new york city because we are in times square we have fresh stuff every few hours. every five hours 18-pound smoker. those wings over there, every three hours those are coming out of my 1800-pound smoker. serving them fresh. from the smoker. >> how but get started in the barbecue game. >> i often ask myself that i was a cook. i was a chef. i was cooking french food and all the middle i was doing barbecue. came back into new york came back and back into barbecue. it's fantastic field to be in right now. see you around you right now very, very popular. one of the first ones in new york. pete: forget the french food going american barbecue. >> that's what people like right now. it's big. pete: i like every single day. also vegas and the bahamas. >> just opened up in december in las vegas in the links. we are never paradise island in bahamas in the atlantis resort and we are over here and this is our sister
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restaurant ca carmine across the street. pete: can i invite myself over. >> come right after this and feed you. you can come next week, too. >> you heard it. todd: did you go to carmines you walk out of there you can't move. is that the same with you guys. >> we are family style restaurant. portions very big and very value-driven. as you can see from three pound rib over there. there.pete. todd: first night hanging out on the "fox & friends" on the couch i didn't know i was going to get the meat sweats. pete: three bites and gotten sweats. >> two of those to a pound. you get the meat sweats pretty easy here. pete: thank you to sigh garr fire, hay wires and virgil's. bring some in. abby: leave the pregnant woman inside away from the barbecue. thanks, guys. right now to a fox news alert. we he could be on the verge of another big bombshell in the russia collusion investigation.
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will special counsel bob mueller be forced to step down. our geraldo rivera here to react top of the hour. and remember these students shocked to find their yearbook picture had been photo shopped? removing all references to president trump. this morning, they are making yearbooks great again. that is coming up. you will want to stick around ♪ you may be right ♪ i may be crazy ♪ but it just ain't being a lunatic you're looking for ♪ turn out the light ♪ don't try to save me ♪ at angie's list, we believe
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conrad roy found dead in his truck from carbon monoxide poisoning. carter facing up to 20 years in prison. new jersey high school making great again. reprinting original unedited version after they photo shopped the president trump mottos and lowing from clothing. claiming unintentional but unable to explain why it happened. the yearbook advisor suspended indefinitely: enraged after parked 100-yard long super yacht in front of the statue. russian owner trying to avoid paying thousands of dollars docking fees. cannot remove it unless it blocks traffic. pete: come on, dudes, you own a yacht. abby: pay the fine.
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todd: not sure if abby owns a yacht. todd: we flew down to miami. er the president was there later on in the day from when we were. we are talking about people with a number of issues. talking obviously about the expected stance on cuba that we expec expected the presidento issue. and issues generally important to people. here is what the folks down there in miami springs had to say. >> how do you think the president is doing? >> i think is he doing what he can do. talking about that. >> you know, with all the things have you got going on, how much can you get done. as a business owner do what you do best. if somebody can't do their job, fire them and hire somebody that can. todd: now, in talking to me, you said you were a little bit disappointed with the speed in which things are happening in d.c. why do you think that's the case. >> the man has a lot of opposition. so much fight going on between two parties that are supposed to be working together and working for us. it seems like they are all working for themselves these days. pete: thank you for your time.
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we are going to sandy. retired teacher and healthcare is sandy's big issue. why is that? >> because it's unaffordable for the average person. you know, the working class can't afford it the people who are in politics, the congressman, the senators, the governors, at the can't afford it because it's paid for for them. so we now have two tiers of hospital care or doctor care. those that have money get the best of care. and those that don't, don't. pete: why do you think president trump can fix that problem for you? >> because he is an outsider. is he not part of that political bureaucrat that's been there for so long. we have had eight years and nothing has gotten better. i see my only family members suffering to just try to pay healthcare. todd: sandy, thank you very much for your time. finally denise, what do you think about the job the president is doing? >> i think he is doing a good job. i wish other media would stop putting in so many negative remarks. i it detracts from the job he
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is doing. he has already taken somebody out from north korea that took interest and helped them out. i think he can make good deals. his trip to the middle east was successful. but it wasn't, you didn't see that on the regular news channels. todd: do you think his tweeting helps or hurts the situation. >> that's a good one. i think his tweeting hurts the situation. i do support him and i think he can do a good job. but i wish he would stop tweeting. because it just gives them more to talk about. pete: great stuff, towed. sandy in the middle did in 15 seconds devastated single healthcare. whether you have government run healthcare two tier system rich can pay what they want and the rest get scraps. that's what people don't understand. they think people are dumb. abby: you did a great job, towed. what i love about it is getting to the heart of america and meeting people that matter most, our audience. they are also some of the smartest people out here. so hearing from them we should be listening to you on television. not all these people.
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todd: sandy wasn't talking about this from ivory tower. she didn't want to go into full disclosure on health issue. she needs this to save her life. abby: these are real stories. real people. pete because you won't be traveling as much. abby: i love the diners. todd: geraldo rivera at the top of the hour. abby: whopping hd measures a whopping 77 inches. the look at the biggest tech trends from e 3 is up next ♪ i got my game on ♪ better hang on tight ♪ i guarantee it's going to be a hell of a ride ♪ i got my cruise on that's cool. i got a new helmet. we know steve. it's good to be in (good hands).
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todd: hands down the segment i'm worried about today i know nothing about tech. packed the e 3 expo in l.a. to get a look at the latest gaming in he tech products. abby: kurt the cyberguy is here. >> congratulations. i'm happy for you. >> big time of year super bowl gaming happens once a year. very first year they opened it up to the general public. let about 10 to 15,000 people in. tickets went like bam like that. big announcements coming out of there because the economy in game something absolutely huge as of now 40.6 billion-dollar industry on just the mobile side and we are looking at what inevitably is going to be on the list later this year for the first time it's the x box 1-x. this the latest most powerful gaming console that will be coming out later this year. i would put it right around november the 7th, about 40%
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more powered to that gaming console. your old games are going to look a lot better on it new games are going to come out in 4 k. that's the new standard. the trend out of gaming right now is big, beautiful 4 k high ultra. abby: how much, kurt? >> lots of money. sport has traditionally been what sells television. gamers are starting to push tvs and tv manufacturers are starting to gear towards gamers. sony bravia ale. olbttv. organic light. 77-inch. 650, 55 inside of this. pete: old on what can this tv do that my current flat screen. >> make reality look better than reality. just super high resolution. this tv right there. if you notice, has no speakers in it. because they are actually built in to the screen itself. and it sounds incredible. games getting a lot of attention. old franchises are coming back
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and this is going to be on the list, also. crash insane trilogy. this game oh, wow, wouldn't it be great to play on giant monitor down there? pete: hook that up. >> gaming icon. it's back three full games. adventures on it 4 k on this one. another one that's launching june the 30th by the way. a lot of people lining up for that one. kingston or actually destiny 2 game this also from activision. this is a game that is destined to be a huge blockbuster this year. it's a blockbuster sequel video game series. fresh start for both of these games. first person action shooter. pulls players up cinematic story. bold characters, lots of action. pete: it's a story. you're a character in a story. whereas i used to play contra on nintendo sega genesis. beat bored one, board to and then you win.
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>> little bit more advanced. what they are doing now. they are gearing them to attract new gamers. what they are finding out in this industry is that getting so big that new people coming in and don't want old games to not be something you and i can walk. i learned this trick. >> old is always new. >> what people are doing is buying expensive cell phone with the data. if you have android phone, these little drives, this is a kingston data traveller microduo for 20, 30, 40 bucks, depending upon the size. these plug into your phone and expand the storage of your phone. so you can wrap a whole bunch of games on it. it's crazy. this is actually the only thing that's out right now that you can get your hands on. abby: excuse for people to be sitting on their phones more. >> it's not going to stop. abby: it's not going to stop. pete: not going anywhere. abby: this sex sighting. thanks, kurt for being with us. todd: i contributed as much in
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that segment as my grandfather would have. fox news alert. the person who opened fire on the republican baseball team had a list on him. all conservative names on it geraldo rivera joins us live next. ♪ it's happening, it's happening! in the modern world, you can control just about anything with an app. your son is turning on all the lights again! you can do the same with your car insurance with the esurance mobile app. esurance. click or call.
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>> brand-new details emerging about the man who opened fire at a baseball practice targeting republican lawmakers. >> patrick james had a list of republican lawmakers written down. >> very disturbing for not just the people on the freedom caucus but awe of us who received threats like i have and many others. >> this is a bigger issue. this is an attempt to overthrow the elected government. this is an absolute threat to our democracy. >> u.s. warship has suffered a collision at sea. seven navy sailors are missing and at least five are injured. >> president trump overturning
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obama-era cuba policy. >> effective immediately, i am canceling the last administration's completely one-sided deal with cuba. >> not only was it keeping to a campaign promise by president trump, it was also dismantling the obama legacy. >> you heard that pledge. you exercised the right you have to vote. you went out, and you voted, and here i am like i promised. like i promised. [chanting usa] ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that is the fox and friends. here just joining us, we already had two hours of
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barbecue, but we're only just getting started. the best for last. abby: i wonder if there are any barbecue restaurants open this early because i can see people watching the show and people wondering where can i get that barbecue? >> to bring people up to date, yeah, i get the meat sweats, america. todd has had three bites of meat, and he's not food plaza ready. welcome to the couch, by the way, in for clayton this morning. we're going to warm him up for you. >> it was good. >> and we did make an announcement. abby: having a girl. >> increasingly hungry and will be increasingly effective. abby: what a show it has been, though. i want to bring in geraldo herrera, who's not on the couch, we're always sad when you're not on the couch with us.
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but in chicago; right? >> you r. >> i am. and congratulations to you, abby. i'm so excited for you and jeff. abby: well, i know i'm going to be asking you for parenting tips when you're in the office. >> i i have three girls, i have advice. i'm actually here in chicago because one of them just graduated. abby: to get your story off the top here, the shooter mentioned six congressmen. six republican congressmen. i guess they're part of the freedom caucus that were on a list that was found in his pocket. on that list representative trent frank, jeff duncan, jim jordan, and morgan griffith. i mean, this just adds more to the story. >> driver seems to me he was not hunting republicans, per say, he was hunting freedom caucus conservatives.
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he had a very clear-cut very vicious idea logical agenda. he wanted very much to take out some of the most effective voices on the hard right. you know, he almost succeeded is the bitter reality. he came very close. and if it were not for the two capitol cops, he might have succeeded in perpetrating a pulse nightclub massacre. the up state new york congressman in the first hour, and she said she had received that note one down and 216 to go. i think that for the foreseeable future, i think congress has to rethink these town hall meetings right now. unless they get the kind of security you get at an airport with gabby giffords and now what happened, i think you really have to understand that there is a kind of and for
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right now i think we have to cool it and be hyper aware that our elected officials are vulnerable. >> geraldo, i take your point. it's a defensive measure if you're putting in scanners for this. but this i is is a long tradition of town halls. that's part of our fabric. is it not responding more to leaders of the did my democratic party and the progressive movement to say he's dual and legitimately elected. let's take on his policies, but stop making it about consisting and confronting, which are hallmarks of the left. >> i think those are lovely thoughts, sea. but i think it has gone too far. now you have a special counsel, a shadow government, muller with enormous power, enormous responsibility. he's going to be looking in some ways in no means to denigrate his moral character,
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but he's going to be looking to six ways to sunday. like the old whitewater investigation and obscure arkansas land deal that metastasizes into monica lewandowski. it's going to be great frustration on both sides. the extremists on both sides with the easy access to these killing weapons. >> geraldo, extremists on both side. it was a politically-calculated extremist attempt. how is that in any way justified or tied to an investigation to muller. i know you're not making that case but the -- >> i'm not talking gun control. i'm talking gun reality. here's what i want.
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whenever there's an elected official exposed to the public, i want good guys with guns to be all around them. that is the reality. if you're asking my dream, my dreams are that assault weapons should be -- it should be at least hard to get an ar15 or the weapon used in this particular case as it is to get a truck drivers license. but put that aside. i think my point is the moments of the open car limousine and the july 4th parade will become regarded in the future as relics of the quaint and much more tranquil time. right now there's too much harsh rhetoric. there are too many bitter feelings. the closely-divided election that will unsettle president trump. it will unsettle his support as it will unsettle those who hate him and oppose him.
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i think we've got to treat our elected officials right now as a precious commodity to be protected against nut jobs. abby: it's a tough balance, and i see what pete's saying and what you're saying. i think we're continuing to try to find that balance of keeping our officials safe but also giving them that access to the people that they serve that you never want to lose that in this country. that's what a democracy is. that's what freedom is. so you have to wait and continue to find that right balance. pete: and it's a discussion that's not going away any time soon. however, let's switch to a different topic. president trump in florida discussing his cuban policy. from when the president was in miami. >> effective immediately, i am canceling the last administration's completely one-sided deal with cuba. we will not lift sanctions or the cuban regime until all political prisoners are free. freedom of assembly are
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expected. all are legalized and free elections are scheduled. the return of the cop killer joann. stop jailing innocent people. so to the cas castro regime, i repeat. the harboring criminals and fugitives will end. you have no choice. it will end. >> geraldo, i was down there speaking to a diner segment to a man and a woman, each individual we spoke to, they are the child of a cuban refugee or they themselves came here when they're very young that they're thrilled what the president is doing. this is an issue that cuts right to their core. what do you think? >> well, you know, first of all, great to be on the show with you, todd. we've never met in person. maybe passing in the makeup room. >> thank you.
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thank you. o -- >> i love donald trump. he's a pal of mine. i want him to succeed as president. he's the 45th president. he's my president. i really want him to become regarded in history as a great president. there are some things that i totally disagree with him on. his refugee ban i think it's awful. his thoughts toward immigrants are very harsh. this whole business with cuba is totally driven by domestic politics in south florida by the small but vocal and highly effective exile cuban community. i think that it is highly hypocritical to give one rule for cuba, and we do business on the other hand with dictators throughout africa and asia. far more repressive regime. pete: geography and history matters.
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guantanamo bay, cuba is there. how do we pay attention to an island that long. >> what about west africa? what about north africa? what about south asia. >> you can't do everything everywhere. >> the way to open up cuba is expose it to american culture, american pop culture. pete: ariana grande can bring freedom to cuba? >> that's how we brought down the soviet union? pete: it wasn't pop music that took down soviet yube. it was a -- >> i disagree. yes, -- i don't disagree. i think that president reagan was enormously aided in that job by the fact that the soviet leaders made the mistake of taking talk shows like my old talk show and putting it on the air in the soviet union. and the people in the soviet empire looked at the tv, they looked at the refrigerators, they looked at the new cars, they looked at the opportunity and smiling people and freedom at work, and they said "i want that."
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and that's what really brought down the soviet union. american culture is the way you bring it down. when you reimpose -- what, are we going backwards now? we're going to reimpose? pete: not everything. >> i think this is totally to pla placate a group that was extremely loyal to, and i don't appreciate it. it's a big step backward. now like marijuana reform. we're going to go back and criminalize marijuana? pete: that's your step forward. not everybody. >> if you look at a survey of american people, 60 odd percent of them want these reforms to continue going forward, not going backward. abby: you know what, though? you both have both sides of the debate. makes for a great debate. pete: appreciate it, sir. >> love you all and, again,
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promise over dacka, the dreamers. quoting trump keeps dacka alive, breaks campaign promise. all about the headlines. >> but dhs now hitting back saying not so fast. the program still under review. here to break down what really happened, white house correspondent for the washington examiner sarah westwood. thank you for being here. pete: what happened? >> well, president trump did send one of president obama's immigration orders that would have shielded the parents of dreamers from deportation. that's an order that never went into effect. it was immediately challenged in court by 26 states. and so it's no surprise that president trump resented that. it wasn't that popular to begin with. daca, it shows children who were brought here illegally, a tricky question politically because you are dealing with kids in this instance and president trump said we have to approach this order with compassion.
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so even though dhs said that this you're right that some media outlets jumped that president trump was renewing it indefinitely. pete: and also if you came here illegally as a parent and had a child, president trump called them anchor babies. we have babies here in the studio as well that we'll be hearing from in a little bit. that doesn't shield you from deportation if you as a parent are still here illegally; right? that's what it's saying. >> right. well, this -- that was the intention of the obama administration's order. >> it's to shield those people. >> but it never went in effect. it wasn't never active. and now these parents of these children can be deported, this program never existed for all intents and purposes because it was tied up in court for so long because so many states attorney general, 26 of them thought that it overextended the president's executive
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authority to in fact a law that should have gone through congress. pete: so how does this happen? this is literally facts. this is reporting. this is kind of what journalists need to focus on, and they completely missed the key letter. p versus c. >> right. i think that, you know, the media and some democrats have been eager to catch president trump flip-flopping on some of his campaign promises. daca is one that he indicated early on that he wasn't necessarily going to repeal, and that is granted a reversal of what he said in the campaign. but there are ways of him to walk the line without completely scrapping like he did parents of childhood immigrants program. for instance, he could just phase out the work permits that daca grants to children, and that would slowly wipe it down without ripping away. there are ways for him to walk a middle ground on this, and that's why the administration is still reviewing it.
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pete: and why so many people are frustrated with what the president calls fake news when headlines don't actually reflect what's going on and journalists are getting key things wrong. not this journalist, though. sarah westwood at the washington examiner. thank you for coming to us this morning. >> thank you. pete: coming up -- wow, there's lots of babies in here. it's out of control. the right takes a page out of the left's playbook for trying the president as being assassinated. >> and you thought we were joking. we're really not joking. abby just announced she's having a baby girl. we've got the best new baby products and the babies. next
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pete: while abby tries to control crying babies, i'm going to read headlines. outrage in london over the deadly tower inferno, storming town hall and demanding answers how the building was on fire so quickly. plus, over 30 people died but that number could rise over 100 as dozens are trak still missing. second here, a border patrol agent arrested a camp suspected of being in the u.s. illegally. the so-called nonprofit camp in arizona is designated to harbor illegals just miles from the border. camp leaders slamming the border patrol agents, despite being notified prior to the raids and reducing to cooperate. abby, over to you. abby: you guys are going to be ready for having a baby so earlier i announced that my
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husband and i are expecting a baby girl. we're already confused by all the new gadgets. here to show us the latest and greatest products. the baby show series coming soon to chicago and l.a. let's get started. >> great. well, these are -- i hope you're taking notes because these are some of the top picks of the organizers from the baby show, which was in new york a few weeks ago. it's going to be in chicago in august and coming to l.a. in november. so thousands of more parents expecting will be able to go through test products, try products, really just a family-friendly jamboree. >> but the most important thing i've been told is get the right stroller. >> absolutely. so i'll take you through with this guy right here. this stroller is $735, it's meyer brand-new model. and the best part is you can customize. >> he's waving to the camera. can you say hi? he's a natural on tv already. >> he's totally into it.
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>> you can customize the canopy, the wheel cover, the grips. it's really about personalizing and customizing it to your style. abby: and how is that different from the one tyler's sitting in? >> this one was probably most impressive for me personally at the baby show. it has one handle expandability up to three positions and look how far back it goes. multiconfigurations for seating one or two kids. but what's really impressive about it is that it has the most capacity in terms of weight of any stroller on the market. it can hold up to 150 pounds. moms like to carry everything but the kitchen sink. abby: and if you're going to have kids, you might as well get two for one. >> exactly. a beach stroller in here. you can have it all. abby: thank you, tyler, you've been such a great guest. and this one, how is this different from a crib? >> i have to admit when i
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first learned about this, i was very skeptical when i saw the almost 1,200price tag, but you cannot put a price tag on your sleep and sanity. it has a built in bassinet, a built in that keeps the baby on its back all night long. and it accommodates crying and right now nothing. >> he seems so comfortable in there. >> and you said it's $1,200. it's a lot but as you said, no paying enough for sleep. he's waking up now. >> he's waking up. >> so you get to the strollers, you get through sleeping, now it's eating. >> now we're moving on to angelica. wearable technology, what's really fun about this is i used to stare at the monitor
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all night long, and it was pointless because the baby was sleeping when i was supposed to rest. and this will tell you the baby is currently sleeping on her back. if the baby happens to flip on her tummy, it will send you an alert on your phone and detects the slightest breathing motion. so it's a peace of mind. abby: again, not a price tag. >> but 99.99 if you wanted to put a price tag. right over here simon and simon's dad. happy father's day. abby: you guys look so much like a. i love it. >> this is from their spring collection, which is inspired by dads who wear their babies. and we love it. it's super fun. let me just tell you as moms and dads who wear their babies. and you can even wear age three on your backs.
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so all you'll need. abby: so finally, eating. >> this is the chair in limited edition rose gold. abby: it's beautiful. >> three levels of recline but northern anything, it's super stylish. such a statement piece for your home. and we have one more guy that i wanted to show you over here. this is the two-way, and it's brand-new to market. and it can help prevent overheating. it's a legs out or legs in. you can use it as a traditional. but hot, summer night, it also makes diaper changes a breeze. abby: i love that. >> in today's environment, there are so many things to choose from. abby: and of course for more information on all of these products visit fox and friends.com to get more. all right. it is the story that has parents across the country talking this morning. a teenage girl text her boyfriend telling him to
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pete: all right. welcome back. there's a teen who convinced her boyfriend to kill himself. this is a story that i cannot wrap my head around. we'll get to the law part in a second. but as a human, how have we gotten to this point in society? abby: and the girl was there with him, she was not. this was through text messages and calls saying you should kill yourself and apparently he got out of the car, and he got back in. i don't know if that was a text or call. but either way, it's a horrific, horrific story. and this highlights the environment we live in with bullying and social media and these things. and as a legal perspective, how do you handle these things? pete: yeah, it's a tragic story. we covered it earlier on the show. we asked for your e-mails about it because you have the law, the technology, she wasn't physically present but said get back in the car as he
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was suffocating himself with carbon monoxide poisoning. we wanted to know how you would look at this particular situation. barbara said this young man had free will. he did not have to listen to her. abby: judy says the punishment does not fit the crime because this woman now 20 years old is getting 20 years in prison. pete: and they were 16 year oldish when it happened. >> she had the opportunity to prevent an entire family's years of grief. abby: that's what i keep thinking of is the family. if you are the parent of this child. it's horrible to think about. >> and william e-mailed taking a twist on this. i bet she's wishing james comey was her judge. no reasonable prosecutor would have prosecuted her. after i read her actions, i was waiting to hear something to that effect. obviously, you don't want to mix politics with this, and i'm sure james comey is a good prosecutor. but the question you have to -- was it obstruction of justice with the president? he said i hope you let my flynn go?
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that's different from saying you will let my flynn go. if you were to say, hey, i hope you get hit by a bus todd, but if i said go walk out on the street, and i'm going to drive the bus. and that's the case where get back in the car where she knew he would die. >> and we are expanding the definition of what manslaughter is because oftentimes when you want to do justice, manslaughter can be, can be a catch-all for some courts. so we'll see what's happening. pete: tough, tough story. abby: horrible story. you just don't ever want to see that. abby: now to some other headlines. a desperate search for sailors as a ship collides with a ship off the coast of japan. at least five are injured, including the ship's commander who was flown to a naval hospital. three are reportedly awake but will remain under observation. the cause of this collision is still unknown. keep a close eye on that.
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and hospital officials scalise remains in critical condition. has undergone two surgeries already and will require additional operations after receiving major gunshot damage from his wound. >> i would say that when he arrived, he was in critical condition with an eminent risk of death. abby: wow. well, three other people were shot when james hopkins fired three rounds at baseball practice early wednesday morning. and republican boiling over on stage. two protesters interrupting new york's performance of julia cesar last night that depicts the murder of donald trump. watch. >> political violence. this is unacceptable. you cannot -- >> ladies and gentlemen, we're going to -- >> you are insighting terrorists.
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dagen: the two protesters jack and laura being thrown out by security immediately with the play continuing to go on. well, the final performance of the play is expected to go on tomorrow. and there's a story all morning long. michael phelps will race against a great white shark. phelps holds 39 gold medals and of course a shark can swim upwards of 39 miles per hour. the race will be part of its eighth-day marathon of all things shark and begin july 23rd. i will have my eyes glued to that race. pete: a heck of a matchup. i just hope they won't be in the same pool. abby: i'm sure they're going to separate them. >> we're all going to watch them. >> i can see lochte doing something like that. phelps? i don't know. lochte is, like, yeah, whatever, duty. >> it is muggier out there than it is in here.
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and are you full? >> yes, very full. >> there's nothing like barbecue in the morning that it seems like such a good idea and then two hours later you're, like, that's a really bad idea. trust me. but take a look at the map. it is hot across the southwest. we're going to have certainly the biggest hot spell of the year. pretty common in june but to get this hot, you see tuesday 121, your all-time high is from 1995 where you get to 122, so we're going to be flirting with your highest temperature ever in phoenix, and that's the place it gets hot. out across the northeast and mid-atlantic, scattered showers in the afternoon. few thunderstorms with that. you see that also across the southeast and florida. but heating up into texas, oklahoma city getting to 100 today and toward the northern planes, huge storms moving through eastern nebraska yesterday. we're going to see another round of it coming toward the north later on this afternoon and out across the west. there you go. seattle, 67. all right. guys, back to you
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inside. >> thank you, rick. they're all full. they've been eating all morning. >> speaking of which, coming up, we have ribs, brisket, wings, that's what we've had already. now the grand finale of the barbecue bash. meet candy. abby: you've been teasing this all morning. i don't even know what it is. pete: and president trump says it's time to get americans back to work. abby: r. trump: we want to keep jobs in america, and we want to train people and hire american workers to fill those jobs, and that's exactly what we're doing. >> so what are those jobs exactly and how much do they pay? our own trish regan here to break it all down as she's walking up the steps. abby: come on in, trish. good morning. if you teach someone to fish, you might never see them again.
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pete: we are back with a fox news alert and a very tragic one. at least four american soldiers we have just learned have been shot and killed in a apparent insider attack by an afghan soldier in northern afghanistan. military officials says it happened at a base in afghanistan. the u.s. military in kabul says it's aware of the attack, and this comes just a week after another insider attack in which three army rangers were killed by an afghan soldier in eastern afghanistan. and, guys, unfortunately, that has been too common of a tactic when i was in afghanistan inform 2011, 2012. you're seeing it more because the taliban has infiltrated a lot of security forces. yet, we have brave men and women out there training them in a vulnerable position. abby: it's just heartbreaking. and like you were saying, you have to train forth because you don't know if anything could happen. >> at any moment if someone you're training turns their
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gun on you, especially that partner sees you heading for the exits and the taliban is gaining strength, it could become a dicey dynamic. we forget about that. every american does as we go about our lives about an. there are guys doing dirty work for us in difficult places. we certainly honor those today. >> and just the combat wasn't enough. you have to worry every single thing while you're out there. abby: thinking about their family this morning. pete: yes. abby: president trump promised to put americans back to work, and now he's putting his word to action. pete: president trump just signed an executive order that will open up more job-training programs and apprenticeships. you've heard that word before. the folks on the intelligence report on fox business network. trish regan. welcome, trish. >> my pleasure. pete: i know he's getting push back from nancy pelosi saying this is just going to get the rich, richer. trish: we have lot of jobs available in our economy but
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we don't have people with the right skill sets to fill them. i know for myself, apprenticeships are important both in television and the financial sector. no matter what sphere you're in, no matter what sector you're in, you benefit from learning on the job through pianistships or internships. the idea that you don't all need a four-year college education. for some people getting straight to the workforce and doing two years or internship, everyone is going to find their own route. but finding experts and different divisions, that's what's going to make this country great. >> i think that's a really important part of this; right? that we overlook. it has been part of our culture to just assume you go straight to college. and the problem is these kids are going straight to college at a young age without really an understanding or an appreciation for why they're there. they're taking on a ton of debt and then the next thing you know, they're lucky to get a job as a starbucks barista. this is a real problem.
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you look overseas to europe, for example, and not that we want to emulate europe in terms of their job market, but this has been an area they've been successful in. apprenticeships because people go and there are different tracks and not everybody has to go to the four-year education and get the master's degree or the ph.d. a lot of people are able to earn very successful livingston through other kinds of work. pete: absolutely. i mean, my liberal arts degree is as effective as this piece of paper. and the lights don't work and the plumbing breaks, and then i have to pay somebody. i mean, who cares. if the lights don't work and the water doesn't work, i have to call an expert and pay $150 an hour for them to fix it. there's a lot of real money in this and a lot of expertise and skill. trish: but what happened to us that we no longer value that? you have to go for the four-year education for the liberal arts degree and the guy who fixes the plumbing
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when that goes out. >> we used to value that more. i can't build anything with my hands, and i wish i could. and i respect people who do. carpenters, all the folks that do that. we need more of that if we're going to grow our economy. >> and to that point, listen to this. our family plumber growing up owned the building where my dad's cardiologist was. trish: so we have to think of different careers for people. i talked to a lot of tech executives about this. google, for example, has a lot of openings for engineers. they don't have people -- they can't hire anyone with engineering skills. >> and are you don't want to go outside of our country to hire people like we've been doing like india that actually take this seriously and give people the skill sets and then send them here. no, we need our own people to be able to do that. i think it's brilliant and what this country needs. trish: how about this? instead of the liberal arts degree, we offer an incentive for people to go study things like engineering and nursing,
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and we start to close some of these gaps that way. i mean, there's a lot of different creative approaches we can take. i think this is one of them. pete: talking to folks at the white house, there's also groups like vets coming home who pulled triggers in a foreign battlefield but give them the skill-based training. abby: and no one better than our military to do that. pete: yeah, they're thinking that way. that's how this white house is thinking. let's use them as assets. trish: i think it's good for everyone and absolutely apprenticeships should be part of our culture. for sure. pete: awesome insight, trish. trish: thank you and congratulations. abby: i'm going to need your help, trish. you have some girls at home. trish: you're going to have a wonderful adventure, abby. congratulations. pete: emphasis on the word adventure; right? well, up next, we've had ribs and brisket and wings. but rick is coming up, he'll be out there next new bike?
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abby: we're back with a fox news alert and a update to a story we just brought you. u.s. forces clarifying that no u.s. soldiers have been killed in an apparent insider attack. they do, however, say u.s. soldiers have been wounded. no word yet on how many. one afghan soldier has been killed. all of this happening inside a base in northern afghanistan. and deputy attorney general rod rosenstein who has been overseeing the fbi's special
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probe into russia's alleged election medaling might recuse himself after trump being investigated for obstruction of justice. rosenstein wrote a memo to the president about james comey's handling of hillary clinton's e-mail investigation before he was fired from his post as fbi director. we'll keep a close eye on these headlines this morning. but for now, pete, out to you. pete: thank you. abby: and of course our thoughts out to everybody in afghanistan. pete: of course good news but not good news. our barbecue bash out here, matt, tell us about butcher bar and what you've got this amazingness in front of me right now. >> we've been operating as one of new york's best barbecues for six years. just opened our second location 1.6 offender. we brought you meat candy. our brisket, and our pulled pork.
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how does that taste? pete: meat candy. unbelievable. >> you have to come early for that. pete: what's the secret to great barbecue? >> time, time, and slow smoke. a lot of love and a lot of passion for what we do. pete: it does taste like candy. >> butcher bar. i'm going to keep eating and pass it over. >> i was just talking it up all morning long. we've got other good stuff here. your name, sir. >> eric siegel. >> and your game. >> ribs. >> aaron is a pit master home team barbecue in charleston, south carolina. if you want barbecue in charleston, south carolina, that's a competitive business. >> it is. i have another barbecue shot about three feet away from me. >> of course. and you have brought out an incredible spread here. what have you got going on? >> look at that. >> we have beef brisket as well. some house made sausage, this
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is portuguese sausage. house pickles, we've got pork ribs, pulled pork. our smoked chicken wings and alabama sauce. some pork ryan. >> give us more. if somebody is at home at their grill, and they're going to do one thing to their barbecue, what is it? >> let it rest. whatever it is. steak, barbecue, let it rest. if it's a big piece of meat, let it rest for like an hour. >> this is some amazing stuff. we have much more fox and friends coming up in just a minute. stay with us. as moms, we send our kids out into the world, full of hope. and we don't want something like meningitis b
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