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♪ >> us-made reports to seven sailors missing from an early-morning shift coalition have been found dead. >> seven u.s. army soldiers were shot and wounded. >> after another surgery, congressman steve scalise isn't out of political commission. >> he was out at the ballpark for that exact reason. he wanted to kill as many republicans as they could. >> the very first presidency. >> republican establishment not fighting for the
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commander-in-chief. why is this going on in washington? >> what are you going to do for fathers day? [applause] ♪ abby: happy father's day, everyone. 6:00 a.m. this morning. tree into our guest in the green room said he forgot his father's day until right now. clayton: come on, ryan. pete: you are not alone if you
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forgot father's day. if you've got a father you have to think today. remember to thank your father. find a special way to do it. stir in three celebrating all day today. let us know the best advise your father gave to you. real need that advice, too. fathers had the best advice. >> i would say all the time. it's amazing what my dad has done for me to get to this stage in life. and your dad helps the country as well as part of visit dice. abby: all it does work so hard to find that balance. >> this is television in a political media. we are going to be shouting photos of our dads. trades are reduced to a fox news alert. the u.s. navy calling on seven missing sailors. their bodies have been found
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inside the damaged destroyer. pete: we are live at the very latest details. good morning, allison. >> good morning from a difficult day for the navy to say the least. seven missing sailors is over. they recovered several bodies inside the flooded compartments of the uss fitzgerald. the merchant ship collided with the guided missile destroyer about 5690 miles up the coast of japan said in an damaging the right or starboard side of the destroyer. this happened friday evening for us. it was june 17th, 2:30 a.m. local time. >> we do have watch teams that are awake throughout the night, that a significant part of the crew was sleeping. to compartments that house 115 of the crew are in those compartments. it was a significant impact to the side of the ship. abby: at the crash injured at least five sailors, including
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the ship's commander. as you heard from the vice admiral, to two rooms that flooded for where sailors typically sleep. they tell fox news all seven missing sailors were found in the flooded hurricane compartment. president trump tweeted his condolences writing thoughts and prayers of the sailors of the uss fitzgerald and their families. same to her japanese allies for their assistance. the japanese coast guard led the search for the missing sailor. back to you. pete: attending mac. such a tough story. the names will be identified. more politics of course. this weekend at his father's day. president trump heading to camp david for the first time where he will be there with his family and join father's day. a little bit of a quiet weekend after a busy week. pressure growing for robert
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mueller or robert rosenstein should they recuse themselves, are they conflict it? a lot of different viewpoints coming from his supporters, one of which is newt gingrich. he's got a particular opinion about the type of people bob mueller is putting around him and what it may mean about this investigation. take a listen. >> one of the people the miller's hired worked for the clinton foundation, fighting freedom of information act request. they want to guarantee non-transparency. bunch of the person defending the clinton foundation against request for transparency? todd: that right there is a problem. i believe all lawyers really need to follow the best thing that they can do for their client and they need to be ethical in all that good stuff. but that just smells bad. you don't need to be a lawyer for this. it just smells bad. abby: that's why there's been rumors about president trump firing mueller.
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i think they would be terrible. very challenging. not something he needs right now. we note the narrative will be. "the new york post" has an interesting piece out, giving him a different idea come in a way sort of take the upper hand on this whole thing. they suggest firing the people like jeff sessions, rod rosenstein, putting people in that can defend you, that can be the people. >> he does make it a unique argument whether you agree with it or not. president trump can begin by firing two other people. jeff sessions and rod rosenstein not been served well by either man and with his presidency hanging in the balance coming he must regain control of the justice department, replacing the top two officials as the first step. that is a big charge because jeff sessions has been a loyalist from the beginning. you know he is doing the best he can.
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there is just criticism of duty -- should give recuse himself in the first place. the whole investigation has become a mass. can you get rid of mueller because of the op takes. he is the fbi director. what if he doesn't recuse himself? president trump is doing this weekend what his critics have telling them it's going to do. step back, go under the sunday shows. other lawyers have gone on the offense on his behalf. he has been treating about it. they may be gathering for a strategy of how they want to get their arms around the investigation. he doesn't look good when you hired this many high-powered lawyers, a socialist left-wing democratic ties. what is the scope of the investigation? it does feel like a witchhunt. abby: it does. and it's gotten so complicated. no matter what anyone does they will be talked about negatively in the media. a lot of loyalist would be upset if someone like jeff sessions were let go. he was with him from the very early days of the campaign.
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one of the things we notice he's very, very lawyer. >> you need people that you know aren't leakers, that do support you. jeff sessions may not be perfect. todd: speaking of supporters, you need supporters. the left is very vocal throughout this entire process. trump does need supporters. judge jeanine went off on the republican party quite frankly. here's what she had to say. >> you want to talk russia? let's talk about russia. let's talk about 20% of the sale of our uranium to russia and hillary clinton signing off on the deal. the clinton foundation slush fund for hillary receiving 100 or $2 million in bill clinton getting more than twice or triple his normal speech v. you are in power, do something. pass something. cut fiscal buyout, put on your big white pants and act like you're in power.
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act like you give a. more importantly, convince us that you are not in on the effort to take down the president of the united states. pete: hello. abby: have never seen judge jeanine so passionate. that is what is needed. he stated people that he surrounds himself with. that can support him, that can go against the media and the left wing they continue. >> you see such a great advocate for that. who else is out there. there's a great junior congressman on the program. but where is paul ryan? i want a missing poster for mitch mcconnell. where is the? what does he do? how is he fighting against leftists, which they will get nastier.
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todd: like how unified the left is. they can organize, mobilize. president trump did that, but the republicans seem fractured. they don't seem to be backing of the president. this was the name of the movie. i go back to president america. this confusion as to use the word. this is in helping us. his team gop. the left got rid of team america long time ago. they are coming after president trump no matter what. abby: i think you make a good point. the resistance movement is in helping anybody. whenever we have something huge, and at the big moments, both sides of the good die altogether. president trump ran on that. he said i can be different. i can bring people together. and i do believe he can do that, but also folks on capitol hill. we are not seeing that.
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pete: so did barack obama. so this whole fallacy that both sides are working together, i want to believe it. i do. who wants this? either your team wins or your team loses. but the democratic party is democratic party is closed in the resistance. there is no cracks in the wall. republicans have a few supporters and now it's time to have the back of your president if you believe in his agenda. if you believe his agenda is the best thing for america. abby: we are wired. we are ready to go. some other headlines we are following closely with the fox news alert. more than two dozen people injured, some critically after a deck collapses the montana lodge during a memorial service about 50 people were there. about a dozen sent to the hospital. the deck felt spongy on one side just before collapsing. police are now investigating. we will keep a close eye on that.
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congressman steve comey has been updated from critical to serious. he does continue to improve. undergoing his third at a washington d.c. hospital. he is responding more and is speaking with his loved ones. three other people shop when james hodgkinson opened fire at a gop baseball practice in alexandria earlier last week. prosecutors vowing to retry bill cosby after a judge declares failing to reach a verdict in his sexual assault case after days of deliberations. bill cosby remains free on a $1 billion bill. still facing three counts of felony sexual assault. golfer justin thomas heading into the final round of the u.s. open today fresh off a record-setting round. >> this is justin thomas.
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abby: wow, look at that. on rail. thomas fishing the day with a nine under par despite historic performance he is not averse, believe it or not. he has been today's final round with one shot. the action begins at 11:00 a.m. eastern on fox. i love it. pete: that's awesome. what a pipe. --. elizabeth warren notes a brand-new slam against president trump. >> it is not up for grabs. pete: donald, you may see nasty yet. transfer last wednesday's political assassination attempt. the radical left is a danger to the american public. riordan are what the stunning report. he's coming up next.
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pete: after last week's assassination attempt in virginia, why is the left just now been caught up for extremist positions? todd: this headline. extremism experts are starting to worry about the left. grandma robe with the clearing project joins us now. a little day? reporter: guess, more than a little late. anyone that studies this extremism and terrorism knows whichever political party or policy does not cover the white
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house, their prices are not level. there department of homeland security was wearing about an increasing threat. pete: why don't we hear about that? we hear a lot about right-wing extremists. >> there is a controversy report that came out that said about the same time this report came out and it reads west wing extreme is likely to increase use of cyberattacks over the coming decade and a once about extremist acting as globals. this report was hosting on the cyberelements of the thread. you would assume the overall threat was increasing. but there was this mantra, this talking points in right wing terrorists were a bigger threat than islamic terrorists throughout the obama administration made for political purposes. >> what does the vice news reports say? >> first of all, they were
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quoting experts saying we've got a problem with extremists from the last becoming increasingly violent. you are getting into fights of protest to justify the current we need to be concerned about. when i look at the political discourse in the country, the hatred that triggers this pilot is one of the thing that disturbs me the most. transfer also whether they are poor tram supporters are anti-sharia law protesters, those are peaceful. at peaceful. at the counter protested the anti-fascists, and whatever they call themselves that bring the violence into the mix. >> absolutely. it's a pretty sharp contrast. different political policies deal with grievances. peaceful protesters and people that are trained to attack people with the signs. you have to take this seriously because even the founding fathers warned about the impact
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of political extremism essentially. the spirit of party. george washington said it was the greatest enemy of the american people and thomas jefferson said similar things. it is the duty of the public to contain that spirit of party that divides us. i look at the news headlines and feel like their warnings haven't been listened to. >> 15 seconds left. the left has espoused violence for decades. >> has to look at the terrorism come to you would see it going on before 9/11, particularly during the cold war era. this is something that deserves our attention based on historical patterns. that is not to dismiss right-wing terrorism even though i don't like the technology. we have to pay attention on both sides. >> or frustrating when they denied the thread at the same time. can you back very much. coming up, tired of the fake news? the liberal media won't stop
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ask an army soldier opening on a military base, wounding seven brave american soldiers. american firing back, killing the attacker and wounding one other afghan soldier. finally, with the democrats russian collusion meredith, that's her final story. we will toss it over to abby. pete: 10! so much, p. democrats russian collusion meredith. a tailspin reporting on speculation instead of breaking it the real news. you tell us which story has more attention as our panel of journalists. investigative reporter circa news, managing editor katie praise. good morning, ladies. 10! for being with us. we are going to do something differently. the mainstream media have reported on a lot of news. you three have been focusing on stories that actually matter and is actually good news. tell us what you've been working on. >> afghanistan.
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the focus needs to shift back to south asia. we haven't seen a lot of a lot of news on the news that we have seen is pretty devastating. but the attacks increasing, i was actually speaking with a taliban spokesman this week and they are relentless. they will continue attacks on u.s. troops, u.s. contractors and foreigners in the region and they're not planning on backing down. the area has become a safe haven as well for a system that is concerning. abby: why isn't there more focused as you said? it impacts all of us. >> absolutely. this was obama supporter after he got it from bush. this is going to be president trumps war. this is not going to end anytime soon. any gains which was years ago are dismal now. we seen the research like the north will resolve the latest attack in right now we know that general mattis is saying this is
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a losing war now. we need a new strategy in the strategies we've tried to do in the past have worked. one of the biggest points as russia and iran are very volatile right now in that region. they're making things very difficult. abby: absolutely. we note that nature may give us to focus on the polling. especially president trump. he recently reached 50%. this is the first i've even heard about it. not many people talking about it. >> no, they aren't. on friday rasmussen had it pulled up for the first time since april, and had 50% approval from likely voters. you may have seen a poll being covered showing a 64% disapproval rating. one of the reasons may be that this is good news for trump. the first time the city since april after the horrible shooting of republican. it's been going up and no one is covering this.
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you have to wonder why. there wasn't even the debate of what is different about them. if subsidies for trump. it's good news and honestly undercuts the narrative. it shows the voters are tired of hearing about it. abby: at the very least, compare the polls. health care of course is an important one. i go run the country. that is that the american people care so much about as republicans get the bill passed. there's something we haven't heard much about. >> yakima several republican senators including alaska senator lisa murkowski saying she is not going to vote on anything that defies planned parenthood, which is problematic for the party, which is promised voters time and time again it would define the organization, the largest abortion provider that aborts over 300,000 children every single year and lies about services it provides. i've been told republican senators don't know what's in the bill.
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they don't know who's drafting it. inside sources have told in the senate version of the health care bill is going to take a hard left turn from the house version, which is problematic in an episode because it it does not defend obamacare and full. abby: you three women inspired me. it's nice to see a focus on stories that are important to every american. 10! for being with us. have a great sunday. >> youtube. abby: still ahead, steve scalise still in the hospital. >> at the history of a vulpine force to ignore. he did come to leadership after controversy of attending a white nationalist event which he says he doesn't know what that was. pete: dan bungee know is here to react to that max. we continue our father's day celebration, how president trumps father, fred trump, put him on a path to success.
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♪ abby: happy father's day to everyone out there. sending in photos with their dads.
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along with brother matt and samuel. pete: that's right. college associate mary caroline butterfield with her dad and yet the masters practice round. hannah brown with her dad how after a tough cross it work out. abby: i love it. associate producer nicolini and his graduation from university. well done. pete: writer adam breitbart with his father mitch and brother eric from charlotte. transfer college associate kevin for his brother was an officer in the navy. with his father, russ. pete: here is anthony g redondo, going for a ride. that is not a tractor. >> they could use a tractor.
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abby: keep sending in your photos. other headlines we follow starting with vladimir putin said in a potential sanctions from u.s. senate against russia. the roasted damage relations between the two countries at the senate voted overwhelmingly to impose the sanctions for alleged interference in the 2016 election. the bill still needs a vote in the house and the president's signature. an incredible act of bravery caught on camera by u.s. servicemember in iraq. wow, a u.s. special forces operator turned aid worker to rescue a young girl in mosul. they saw her moving again a group of body said in gun battle by isis before saving her life. well done, credible. another oscar for the united dicaprio. the green energy activists
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heading over to marlon brando for his role in statuesque. the production company from woeful wall street is being a investigated for alleged multimillion dollars laundering scheme. it includes a painting. i know you that dicaprio story. >> i feel really bad for him. abby: also discriminated as surprises his family just in time for father's day. [inaudible] you want your father? [applause] look at the smile on their faces. brent hobart dressing up as a black bear to surprise his three sons and his wife at a california diner. he came home a week early after serving on board the uss carl benson. i just love these videos. pete: they never get old.
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abby: the kids are always so excited and so surprised. pete: front of the show of the show as a tester secret service agent in n.y.p.d. officer dan bongino is here. >> good to be here. thanks for having me. pete: this week without the tragic shooting of steve scalise, updated from critical to a more stable condition at this point. in the media as a student of rhetoric, as he continues and as he's fighting for his life in stabilizing in a hospital, another program on another network chose to go after him. quick comments about how they hope he's okay but flaming him -- framing him as an extremist. julie reid wrote this. representative scalise were shot by a white man with the violent background and saved by a black police officer. she goes on to list three pieces of policy that frankly for
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republicans can be seen as mainstream whether it's traditional marriage, gop health care bill. why can't they resist attacking republicans an extremist even when fighting their lives? >> because this is who they are. i didn't even know that person still had a show. i think my daughter on answer graham reaches a wider audience. it's because of stuff like this. you have to understand, the democrats have nothing else other than identity politics. here's the difference. good republicans get you to vote for them in their audience. tax cuts, economic growth. but democrats are married to and i cannot escape his identity politics. they don't get you to vote for them. they get you to vote against republicans because they wants you to believe republicans hate everybody out there. they have nothing else. this is all they've got. they can't move on.
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a deeply sick and troubled party. abby: you can't control what some people say on television, good do you think republicans need to do more to stand up for their president? the incidents recently about this play in the park that predict did the beheaded trump that kathy griffin depicted. is their rallying cry to come behind their president? >> it's interesting you bring this up, happy. i was filling in on a radio show and i said what other motivation do you need out there that are focused on reelection, this rhino class of people, what else do you need to just go for it? all they want is impeachment of democrats. they want to foster this conspiracy theory. no interest other than destroying you. what other motivation do you need to just go for it? go for the biggest, boldest,
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baddest conservative agenda we've seen since ronald reagan. big tax cuts can the parent at a picnic for their kids go to school. regulatory reform. go for it. abby: are they doing that enough? they are angry they are not seen more action happening. pete: and mitch mcconnell. what is he doing? >> exactly. they are not doing it at all. you have a limited number of principled republicans up on the hill. you have your ted cruz, mike leigh, wind pol, guys like that who care and are willing to go for the farm here. the rest of them, they really just care about reelection. whatever happened to the spirit of the founding fathers commit people willing to fight for the country and the future. all they care about is maintaining the title in front of their name and principles get thrown out the window.
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pete: to have explained earlier about the lack of unification and the republicans are all fractured. we know joy, she's a very nice woman. we know this is coming from a unified msnbc for his to try to project his liberal agenda. they are doing their job really well. republicans, where are we? >> we are concerned about that next campaign donations going to come from? what the donors want bush. they are afraid to push for the real ideas, which is ironic. this election if anything come of the election of trump would say throwing out the fall of the old ways of doing things in politics. it was clearly a statement by middle-class america that they are looking for something different, yet when different slams them in the face, they resorted basque to the same old status quo agenda. they're afraid to pass the football down the field because they're afraid of what the
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establishment and that complex is going to say. it doesn't matter what they do. it's always going to attack them. my suggestion is just go for it. you have absolutely nothing to lose. pete: but msnbc attack you because your account is more powerful, your daughters. happy father's day, by the way. pete: -- >> 10! god bless you with your pregnancy. pete: more trouble for congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz. an allegation she is now facing. a new obsession yesterday. mike pence secret plot. why are they speculating? amy holmes with the latest example of media bias. she is next.
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and for eliquis. ask your doctor about eliquis. todd: another possible hacking scandal involving debbie wasserman schultz. off to the dnc chairwoman, now claiming his campaign was hacked twice. could know but reagan announced last night 8:00 p.m. ryan versus debbie wasserman schultz again at 2:00 a.m. my computer was attacked and surge protector fried. same happened the last campaign. it didn't offer any further explanation, but you may recall wasserman schultz was car break in her primary last year after the dnc e-mail system was hacked. elizabeth warren is taking a new shot at president trump.
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>> it is not up for grabs. donald come the u.s.a. nasty yet. trade for reading a portion of her new book to the town hall in new york. over to you. pete: i'm sure that will sell it to the media. the russian collusion fallen apart. a whole new scandal to run with. mike pence secret plot. one headline going as far as asking who would president pens pick as his vice president? here to react come analyst amy holmes. i saw this right away yesterday. here's a little bit or from the article. this is mike allen saying one of the parlor games republicans are playing in the shadows is this. you would president pens pick as his vice president? this is premature and highly speculative and premised solely on trump leaving office for whatever reason.
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they are saying premature and highly speculative, yet there happy to give us a list. >> this is the definition of fake news. who are these shadowy republicans playing this game? a candle stick, knife, rope, christie couldn't write something more silly. who are they? some 25-year-old hill staffer having beers with his friends in an irish pub on capitol hill. >> republicans in the shadows, listed the names included in the report. they talked about standard republicans, the ones that reassure conservatives. we've got a full screen of some of those votes of those folks, maybe go so far as listening to bob gave, john boehner, joe biden. >> shoot for the moon. could be anybody. it is also to feed the narrative as they say that donald trump is in trouble.
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not even six months into his presidency and new sites are running with this purely speculative parlor game. i think it is to undermine the president and sort of put into the universe as it were, the idea that his presidency -- pete: the headline is click paid for anybody who wants to say i didn't know president trump was moving. who could it beyou? >> this is exactly what america is so tired of. what they said in november if they are reporting on watercooler gossip. it's always, if you notice, it is always to the detriment of president trump. they never publish gossip that is to help his presidency or shine a positive light, always to shed a negative light. it's true. more important to be legitimate news agency is pretty tough to take seriously.
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amy holmes. >> 10! happy father's day. happy father's day to my dad. pete: hopefully everyone takes that prerogative. former trump campaign manager corey lewandowski joins us live at the top of the hour. up next, our father's day celebration with a look at our president and his father, fred trump, demand the president claims make him the man he is today. and up next, fred thomas with a very interesting details. ♪ have dizziness, nausea, and sweaty eyelids. ♪ ♪ and in certain cases chronic flatulence. ♪ no ♪ sooooo gassy girl. so gassy. if you're boyz ii men, you make anything sound good. it's what you do. if you want to save 15% percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico.
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builder. my father was a very strong guy, but a very loving guy, very good guy, kind, great heart. but a tough guy. abby: we are taking a look at father's day at the man behind president abby huntsman says. his own dad, fred. pete: that's right. what does it take to raise the now most powerful man in the world? the author of the trump faster, brad thomas. happy father's day. your wife and lovely daughter are here as well. great to have you here. tell us about president trump's father, but also his father's father. there's a lineage to where he taught. >> fred trump came from germany and the successful starting out in real estate commandos surprised to feed without wealth to a considerable fortune and inherited a small amount. fred trump, president trump's father really started with a modest amount of money. but he grew that into a large fortune.
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$250 million when he passed away at the age of 93. he worked very hard. he was a very disciplined investor and obviously the trade passed on to the president of the united states, was one of the hardest working presidents we've seen in the white house. abby: what did he pass down in terms of success, the best ways of understanding a person's understanding of parents and what they taught them. >> sure, it's interesting. we have heard stories that i thought the end don word follow them to the job sites. fred trump is really frugal. he would pick up nails and screws her job sites, recycle the building material. the president of the white house somehow much of a value engineer he is today. vacuum from his father who did the very same thing when he was building his empire. abby: he was a penny pinch her? >> he was a penny pinch her, really a male pincher.
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he would pick up the pieces and recycle them. he was extremely conservative. >> conservative by nature. >> either through the great depression. he started his family business which grew into an empire which is what we see today with trump. it is the brand extension missing over the years with president trump. pete: you don't get there without breaking your tail. if he's not one of the hardest working presidents. >> it's indisputable. he's one of the hardest working presidents. he gave up his income. he gave up his business to do this. people often forget how hard he's working but it's really not getting paid what they could be making if you are working at the trump organization. abby: that's fun to understand. >> is great grandfather and a restaurant called the poodle dog. president trump didn't inherit a massive fortune. he and heritage himself -- made
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of himself. >> how i compare pete: the ford ran. that is what we are going to see in generations to come. i'm sure his father would behats proud. abby: brad thomas, good to have you. happy father's day. pete: more "fox and friends" next. discover all the ways we can help at angie's list.
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commander-in-chief. why is this going on in washington? >> because they hate trump. audio mac >> they miss him so much. [applause] ♪ pete: sunday, june 18th. it is father's day. most are sending pictures does well in your e-mails have been pouring in. a couple right now. transfer my father always says no means find another way. >> dad always had work with your head coming out with your hands.
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our friend over here, trish regan would disagree with that. nevertheless, the best advice my father gave me was if you were going to do something, do it well. i totally agree. abby: keep sending this in. send us the advice or photos because we want to see what your dad looks like a new look like as well. pete: neh come at any time. abby: what advice did your dad gave you? >> 's all about how you respond. it's not what she do, it's how you respond to things that have been in your life. >> my dad was always onto the next case. go from something bad, go to the next thing. abby: my dad said you know you're doing something right when people are criticizing you. >> president trump is doing a lot of things right this morning. i love it. a fox news alert this morning.
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they may be calling off the search for seven missing sailors. abby: their bodies have now been found inside the damaged destroyer. pete: ellison barber with the latest. reporter: good morning to you all. the search for seven missing sailors is over. they recovered several bodies inside the part on train compartments of the uss fitzgerald. the cargo ship collided with the guided missile destroyer about 56 article miles off the coast of japan, hitting a damaging the starboard right at the fitzgerald. according to maritime tracking software from the cargo ship was heading and turned around for some unknown reason before colliding with the destroyer. for those of us on the east coast in the u.s., this happened friday evening. saturday, june 17th, 2:30 a.m. local time. many sailors were sleeping. the crash injured five including
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the ship's commander. commanding officer was an estate room at the time of this collision. that suffered significant damage. >> a tough day for a navy family. hard to imagine that they had to overcome. i'm proud of their dedication. >> to the flood were birthing spaces where sailors typically speed. they tell fox news all seven sailors were found in the flooded birthing compartment. happy, todd, p. abby: ellison barber, tinny mac so much. you can about their families in now. pete: now corey lewandowski, campaign manager for president trump. appreciate you being here. abby: good morning. >> happy father's day. pete: the president to set this morning. we want to put on this during. to make america great again
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agenda stood well despite the woodshed. many new jobs, high business is the sm, 36 new legislative bill signed, infrastructure health care and tax cuts in the works. he also tweeted one minute ago about a new rasmussen, one of the most accurate in the 2016 election with an approval rating of 50% higher than obama's numbers as the president says. the president tweeting about his agenda. frustrated about the lack of coverage. but he mentioned the witchhunt. so much talk about the special counsel. is mueller conflicted, should he be fired? the attorney general and the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein, whether he should recuse himself. were you on this administration to take on the witchhunt taking on the president? >> let me first say this. if you look at what the
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president has accomplished, it has been unbelievably successful. now you have to ask yourself, what is his job anymore? the public testimony jim comey has given is absolutely no collusion with the russians in any way, shape or form at this campaign and candidly the election out crowd. donald trump won fair and square. what is he supposed to be investigating? there is no collusion so the question becomes what is he doing anymore? his argument on the something else. what we've seen unfortunately the individuals he's bringing a port for this investigation. our main contributors to hillary clinton's election campaign. partisan hacks and a different agenda to destroy the president. why is this investigation continuing? pete: yeah, absolutely.
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they've moved on from collusion to distraction. abby: where are the republicans standing behind their president? where is the outrage? all up in our bridge together. judge jeanine is outraged herself. here she was last night. >> you want to talk russia? let's talk about russia. let's talk about the sale of 20% of uranium to russia and hillary clinton signing off on the deal. the clinton foundation, slush fund versus hillary receiving $140 million in bill clinton getting twice or triple his normal speech fee. you are in power, do something. pass something. cut eggs, put on your big boys pants and act like you are in power. act like you give a. and more importantly, convince us that you are not in on the
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effort to take down the president of the united states. abby: to her point, republicans are the ones in power right now. where are they? >> where's the investigation to hillary clinton, the former attorney general, would not allege. where's the investigation when we saw jim comey said loretto lynch told him to not speak about an investigation. where are the republicans to go back to the previous administration and asking those tough questions? they have not called secretary rice to come and testify about the unmasking. they have not called the former attorney general and to talk about subordinates, specifically the fbi director not to talk about something public because it would help the clinton campaign. where is that? with republicans in power running the house and senate, why haven't they gone back and look at the rosborough. and how people accountable.
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pete: more than not, the american people want them to just get big things done. when you have republicans in power, the house and the senate, can they be doing more to get things done my tax cuts, getting the health care bill done. >> they have to. the senate has to pass the repeal and replace of obamacare. they promised president trump made in the campaign. they have to get it on the southern border. don't kid yourself. this is a hallmark of the trump campaign. we have to make sure that's in place. we have to pass a massive infrastructure program. that has to get done. we have to get tax cuts done. if they don't get done, you will see a very difficult outcome. what that means is republicans will lose the house. pete: how does that in the 2018th around the corner on
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tuesday? >> what will happen in my opinion is republicans don't deliver on the promises made. they will be held accountable you will see a repeat of bill clinton's first term, which is the house and senate in his first two years. lost control of the house. good thing for the republicans. donald trump has laid out a clear vision to change washing can. if republicans can't get on the track, can't support them, you will be swept out of office in the agenda will be gone. pete: the witchhunt follows this out. there's been speculation he might be part of fighting the back against this witchhunt. is there something that needs to change? does someone need to recuse themselves to turn the corner so it doesn't invoke oleson agenda a lot of people believe them? >> it's very important to know the president has began. another attorney to help with this matter internally.
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you've got the full weight of the government and mueller who has all the power at the justice department with nobody to report to. he spotted her team attorneys already. abby: hussein mueller should go? >> what is he doing anymore? if he doesn't have a, nothing to investigate as it relates to russia. what is he doing? he went from investigation of russia to investigation of russia. it's unequivocal if there has been no obstruction of justice whatsoever. so what is bob mueller's job anymore other than to waste taxpayers money, take people who support hillary clinton and destroy the agenda of the american people voted for. i don't understand what his job is and he can't justify it either. pete: this investigation could cost upwards of $100 million.
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abby: great to have you. have a great morning. started with a fox news alert of two dozen people injured. some critically after a deck collapses on an antenna launch. a memorial service about 50 people there. about a dozen were sent to the hospital. the deck felt spongy on one side before collapsing. police are now investigating what happened. good news this morning. congressman steve instagram condition has been upgraded from critical to serious and it does continue to improve. house majority whip out of washington d.c. hospital after being shot earlier in the week. instagram has been able to speak with family and friends. james hodgkinson opened fire to gop baseball practice. two hikers and that dog is stuck on a mountain. the hikers in her yellow lab accidentally wandered off the trail in colorado.
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pete: welcome back. trend could appear as a legal responsibility to hand over records. the records are the memos comey talked about during his hearing. president of judicial watch joins us now. tom, good to have you. >> good morning. abby: what he wanted them to handover? >> nature they have all the records they should have. the initial concern was that mr. comey made these notes are now most and then took them. they weren't his to take. when a federal agency loses records like this, when someone takes records improperly or illegally, they have the federal official responsible for federal records than they need to
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initiate action with the justice department. we are also asking for the memo under foia. if they don't have that, we can't get them. we are concerned you took other records as well and agency has a responsibility to get them. abby: have you heard a response yet? >> obviously they've been ignoring requests generally. they've been telling other requesters that now they are part of a line person investigation. isn't that convenient. the fbi has been protecting mr. comey. they investigated the investigation reportedly right after he was fired. and isn't it convenient that these memos that supposedly make trump look better now been withheld from the american people and were allowed to walk out the door by current fbi leadership evidently with mr. comey. pete: let's listen right now to what genes comey reveals.
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>> i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with the reporter can do it myself for friday free things. i asked him to because i thought that might prompt a special counsel. >> or was that? >> a good friend of mine who's a professor at columbia law school. >> any argument at god because he released it. that begs the question specifically how you respond to the argument that these regimes comey personal knows? >> he wrote them on fbi computers, and dated about government business. no doubt in my view that the federal records should be kept by the fbi. my concern is there's other records out there. this is what is outrageous and scandalous about it. james comey allowed to have it read in part to "the new york times." we are in federal court that tried to get these records being
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read to "the new york times." this is a real problem and if i were the president i would make sure they had all the records and release them pursuant to law and stop asserting fraudulent privileges to keep them away from the american people in order to make the president look bad, but certainly to protect bureaucrats like mr. comey who did something improper by taking records he had no business taking. abby: will see where this goes. >> the motor city madness. ted nugent said he is ready to tone down his rhetoric. what? who? hoping his liberal counterparts will follow his lead. ted nugent will be here as well. abby: plus, and amazon buying whole foods for nearly 14 million bucks. charles payne is here to discuss that. there he is in our green room. he is up next. ♪
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trend for some quick headlines now. we may find out when the supreme court will review the case against the travel order. the high court granted perceiver by the end of the week and are expected to be fully briefed before their term ends this month. the justice department asking the defense to lift blockades by two flower courts of the travel halt and six potentially dangerous middle east countries in order to put more strict vetting was to effect. all eyes will be on georgia this tuesday. karen handel and john awsat battling it out to fill the house seat left vacant by health and human services secretary tom price.
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democrats raising $23 million calling it a referendum on president trump. we will be down there. the morning of the election. tranter amazons old did to bring just base us face-to-face with a familiar credit. >> he thinks i would go after them for antitrust because he's controlling so much. amazon is controlling so much of what they're doing. he's using the "washington post," which is peanuts, for political purposes to save amazon in terms of taxes and antitrust. abby: is this the x-acto the president is to break up? posted making money on fbi and, charles payne. what are your thoughts? this is a huge deal, obviously. >> it is a huge deal. it will be awkward and complicated in the fact whole
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foods is not to reach supermarkets in the country fruit sellers in the country. kroger stock, the largest pure grocery route they are plus 28% this week. friday, wal-mart was crushed. costco, anyone that sells groceries, by the way, so were the food makers. they were crushed. here's my problem and what i'm concerned about. it reminds me of orwell. amazon, facebook and google have acquired so much power and knowledge over us. to be quite frank, they know us better than we know ourselves. amazon will send things to your house that you didn't order, but when you get it, you'll keep it because they knew you wanted it. pete: the power here is the distribution network in the distribution network in the series through that, they will crowd out others and create opportunity. >> the power is in our homes and minds and well, actually being
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able to manipulate us. that is where the power is. groceries we all eat. that's just another tentacle for amazon in this case. i'm a pure business point of view, if they break it up, it might be difficult. but there's another issue going on here. we're afraid of big brother, nsa, those sorts of things. we have given them so much information. alexa is not coming to my house. so people really should be afraid of the power that these companies have, specifically amazon have innocent power ultimately to move you to manipulate you, to push you in certain areas can i make you think a certain way. >> taking a step back, we've seen the amazon nation, making up a word there.
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he mentioned stocks dropping in the food area. this could be the beginning of the end for your neighborhood grocery. >> it could be. it certainly could be. look at your neighborhood bookseller, diffuse still around. we've seen the model applied in many different areas. that part we know is they will turn this whole thing upside down. they are so big and powerful they will cut prices which they will do a favor for a the consumer. that will be to their advantage until they put anyone out of their business. abby: charles, you're a father, a grandfather coming of the great family. you've written an op-ed was linked in and it is very touching. if you've not read this, this would be the first father's day without my dad, a man i waited so long to know. tell us about him. >> my father, he thought vietnam and when he came back from the
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war, he was never the same. he was always disdained and then my parents divorced and we let this beautiful two-story house in corporate, virginia and all four of us moved to new york, harlem in the 1970s, the most dangerous neighborhood in america and knowledge in a one-bedroom, not apartment, but it was a tough go. and maybe a very bitter person and it took me a long time until last year my mom passed away on may 31st of may father came to the funeral and he spoke. he talked about his first time he ever told us about his adventures in vietnam and a couple of times going out and being the only person to survive. after that, he never wanted to love or trust or anything. it was tough. it was really tough. there's nothing wrong with him and then he just passed away two
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weeks after father's day. i called him up last week and initially he was bitter when i picked up the phone. as the call went on, we both felt loved. i was so looking forward to getting to know him in a different way i've done in my life. first of all, the fathers out there as much as you can, but give your dad a break. really. i kind of which they reached out to him a lot sooner. i wish it didn't take the death of my long to find out how much he really loved us and how much pain he was going through all those years. abby: he must be so proud of you. he brought you into the world that we are so grateful. it is on there. pete: thanks for opening up. >> happy father's day. pete: seven u.s. -- another
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♪ pete: welcome back to "fox and friends" tomas father's day. our associate producer wishing a very happy father's day to her dad, george. here is her mom barbara during a family vacation. >> with her dad go right after he ran his eight boston marathon. >> i would be weird. he's three years younger than me at that time i wedding day. seeing how inadequate care sisters do, aj and dog wishing her dad a happy father's day and
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that he lives long. wishing a happy father's day and happy birth day. amanda was her dad tom. you don't have a lot of kids working here. >> the associate producer vicky del castillo with her dad, and eric. anthony jourdan now, going for a ride. >> allah bless. lisa moberly and her father. that is precious.
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they gave us that photo. they are saying sorry. pete: of course not. it is buggy as all get out out here. he's hiding. i'll do weather. look at this piece of paper. it's really buggy. it's disgusting not here. hopefully better in your neck of the woods. we do want to bring in general jack keane camera card for star journal, vice chief of staff, the institute and the fox news military analyst. good to have you with us. first, your reaction to the u.s. navy calling on several missing sailors. bodies have been found dead inside of the destroyer. a heartbreaking story. >> is certainly a center reminds us how dangerous the instruments of war are, even when you use them in peace time. hats to sailors on the ship's out there 24/7 in doing this.
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most of our viewers don't think of what they are doing every single day, but that is the reality of it. the other thing we know from having been for years and fatal accidents. this is preventable and investigators look at two the bottom of it. certainly a navy ship at this time and it costs has the ability to know where it is and everything else around it. if something is in danger like a slow-moving commercial vessel that does not expect would you turn, they have to evade that collision. and why that did not take place, they will get to the bottom of that and see what the answer is. >> could be human error as you mentioned in this particular case. general come your thoughts on recent developments in afghanistan. seven soldiers lost at sea and now seven wounded in an insider attack in afghanistan.
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we lost three service members a week ago in a similar attack. why are we seeing an increase in its attacks in afghanistan to in afghanistan and what does that mean about the enemy we face? >> these attacks, the taliban infiltrating the afghan army or the afghan police. they know it impacts morale to have sent them like this take place. they spiked a couple years ago and i think what is happening now is i think it is coincidental to the fact that taliban is tuned in to what is going on around them in the region and what's going on in the united states. they know there was a review taking place by this administration as to whether they will increase levels according to the recommendation. i am speculating, but i suspect they are sensitive to that end they will break a lot of code will that afghanistan has is it
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worth the trouble. >> call for up to 20,000 troops in afghanistan could the number out there is 4000. under the obama administration, they said this is a finite number we will allow in iraq and afghanistan. how much from a field general perspective does that hurt your ability to fight for you announce a cap the enemy knows about? >> listen, it's pretty frustrating and i said it's a disgrace that is 16 years into this reward and we haven't brought this to a conclusion favorable to lessen the afghan government years ago. that is two primary reasons. in 2,322,008, we could not have sufficient ground forces to fight two wars successfully. from 2008 all the way to 2014, close to 15, the obama administration never, ever made the commitment of resources and
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troops as you are suggesting and prematurely took them out regardless of what the conditions on the ground were. those decisions per track of this war that we have today. the other thing if there were two taliban sanctuaries that for 16 years have existed in pakistan where they are military provides assistance to the taliban and its supposedly the leaders there they are, in a tree in there and you cannot defeat the taliban as long as the two sanctuaries exist. >> when you tell anyone to leave and they have sanctuary, it's difficult to wrap up a conflict of things you know very well. general jack keane, cheney met for your expertise. coming up, ted nugent is ready to -- he will be live on our program soon. pete: that'll be interesting. you are the top of the gods of all time? kevin mccarthy here.
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pete: shooting attack on steve sub for convincing to tone down their rhetoric. >> i just can't use those harsh turns. i encourage you then my friends/enemy on the left in a democrat and liberal world that we have got to be civil to each other, that the whole world is watching america where you have the god-given to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. we've got to be more respectful to the other side.
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>> will his liberal counterparts follow his lead? lawrence jones and executive jeff mcintosh, tina mack for being here. because it's father's day, not going to go babies for. what you think? >> i don't think the democrats will tone it down. a lot of them are photo ops. they have a pattern of behavior, going after conservative not only on college campuses, the conservatives and media. i think this will fly over after monday and they will go back to their same old political posturing. >> yes, i think in this moment every american looks at himself and asks what they can do to be part of the solution. that's one of the things that makes this grade. i am happy that we are. >> to jess, what about the quote unquote violent rhetoric that seems to be emanating from many
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parts of the left. not necessarily saying the democratic party, but many parts of the left. >> i think everybody bears is not the ability to look at their own behavior and see what they can do to make it better. i think that is going to be a trend that continues. beyond artists and entertainers, it is up to our leaders to set a tone for the country. we need to get to it plays where we are more respectful, we don't refer to people on the other side of the aisle as monsters, inhuman, depraved. remember this amazing moment when john mccain identified a woman at a town hall boot believed some of the more vicious rumors that mccain knew not to be true. he told her that president obama, the candidate at the time as a good man she didn't need to be afraid of come even though they disagreed. we need our moments like that. >> yack, that was the
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republicans doing that good when she's talking about the monsters, racist, xenophobic, that is the democratic people do not. they've been doing it for a while. their rhetoric is good in these times of tragedy. but is it genuine? will we see a shift in tone? i don't think we are because they've been doing it so long. todd: we will see what you think about all of this. e-mail us at the fox news channel. what is evil address? i'm the new guy here. tenure mac so much for being here. we've got a big two hours on tap. two new jet will join us. congressman duncan hunter off your life coming up. and there's no debate on this one, guys. i'm really serious. who are the top of the dads of all time? kevin mccarthy shares his list next and it's clark griswold byd next and it's clark griswold byd elite.
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>> have we found break? >> we found him. >> i was here the whole time. abby: it is so muggy outside. it is crazy. >> we are banking up pops a train across parts of the country. take a look at the maps. i want to show you what's going on down across parts of the caribbean. a lot of moisture they are. that is could pull into the gulf over the next day. the national hurricane center 80% chance of some kind of development. commissions aren't all that favorable. strong start but a lot of moisture will get pulled into the gulf. from florida, maybe by tuesday
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or even back to the coast of texas by wednesday or thursday. a lot of moisture coming in. the big line of storms moving here cutting across parts of the mississippi valley. some of that will be severe. mostly strong winds pulls towards the east coast for tomorrow. the other big story we talk about is the high temperatures and a longtime across parts of the midwest. by the time you get to tuesday, 120. so it's hot. tranter adventure glad you're not home. dallas eric's owner you are looking out. >> are you thinking about your dad this morning? >> i will talk to them later. i have not caught them yet. it's like 4:00 in the morning they are. >> erodes their father's day every time we do that. abby: of course it is father's day. as they celebrate real-life dads, we wanted to talk about her father's and film. >> fox news contributor, kevin
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mccarthy. you are do know my position on this. >> first of all, good morning to you. i'm in a hotel in london. my apologies for the skype. i am very committed. congratulations, abby. i love the photo you posted on insta graham. first of all a shout out to my father, joe mccarthy, he's the best dad in the world. 20 years ago he took me to see metallica when i was 12 years old in 20 years later we saw metallica again back in may and we met james had showed at a show. it was very cool. tenure mac for that. >> speaking of die hard, the first one on your list. >> bruce willis -- these dads are iconic. very famous movie gods. bruce willis in die hard, he
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does everything he can to protect his children. i think john mclean is one of the best movie death out there. pete: number four is the most important one. abby: national lampoon's christmas vacation. >> quark result is one of the greatest movie death of all time. they get into such a ridiculous and over-the-top nature at the time, but nothing more relentless about what clark griswold does for his children. the beauty of this is that is so funny at the exact same time and everyone can relate to certain things this character does. over the course of these films, it's my favorite version. pete: ago from clark w. griswold to darth vader. would he have for me? >> i'm not saying darth vader is a great father, but he's the most iconic father in the history of movies. watch this.
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audio mac >> is not true. that's impossible. >> you know it's true. >> avram banks that line is luke, i am your father. it is actually now, i am your father. a really great scene. the next one of robin williams and mrs. doubtfire appeared abby: that is my favorite of all time. he does everything he can for his kids, even dressing up as a woman. the number one, no question, liam neeson and taken. he makes about a particular set of skills is gps.
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>> usa reports the seven sailors missing from an early sailing mission have been found dead. >> seven soldiers were shot and wounded in another insider attack. >> after undergoing another surgery, congressman scalise is no longer in critical condition but in serious condition. >> we have to take this very seriously because even the founding fathers right from the beginning warned the attack of political extremism, essentially. the spirit of parties, they called it. >> camp david, it is the very first visit of his presidency. >> the republican establishment not fighting for
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the commander-in-chief. >> why is this going on in washington? >> because they hate trump. >> look, guys, all they care about is maintaining that title in front of their name in reelection and principles get thrown out window. they're afraid to push for the real ideas. >> father's day. what do you want to say to dad for father's day? >> thank you so much. [applause] ♪ ♪ in your ♪ ♪ >> the original was way better. >> i'm not taking anything away from tom but that song was awesome. he wrote it. abby: but you know what?
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listening to his music, i grew up with my dad listening -- the cranberries is one of my favorite, and it's father's day, so happy father's day to everyone out there. pete: send us anything you remember. and end us a photo so you can put it up on the screen. abby: and not necessarily the best photo. a funny one. pete: kick it off with deborah. she e-mailed some of the best things my dad ever taught me were to love myself and love my country. we don't hear that much. abby: my dad was 93 he passed and live in the present moment. we all need to hear that today. pete: we'll get that one cued up eventually. so you understand, straight forward advice. can i do it? are you ready? please send them in to friends@foxnews.com. i'm in the hall of fame.
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speaking of it, david bossie, the former campaign manager for donald trump and fox news contributor and friend of the show is here with us this morning. good morning and happy father's day. >> thank you very much. thank you for having me and happy father's day to my dad this morning. >> love it. absolutely. well, this morning the president waking up at camp david with his family for father's day. but it has been a long and busy week. and described by him in tweets even this morning as a witch hunt, whether it's the new special counsel bob muller, whether it's the deputy -- what is it? abby: rod rosenstein. >> others who are now digging in and there's wonders whether there's conflict of interest. whether this investigation is did moving in the right direction. if you are the president, what are you thinking this morning about how you approach getting rid of this dust cloud so that you can move on your agenda? >> well, i would stay focused on my agenda if i'm president trump. for next several weeks, you must really put yourself in a
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position to come back into congress during the summer and have some legislative victories. whether it's getting health care through the senate, health care repeal and replace through the senate, whether it's tax reform beginning to get rolling in the house. you just had an infrastructure week about a week or so ago that you're rolling out your infrastructure plans. president trump is living up to the promises that he made to the american people during the campaign, and that's really going to be his success with the american people is going to be what they want. what they voted for him is to bring change to washington, and that's what he's been doing. as it relates to the investigation, you know, the president is frustrated, and i know he's frustrated because -- and i'm frustrated for him. look, we've had a seven-month -- longer than seven-month investigation into the ridiculous allegations of collusion between the campaign -- the trump campaign and russia.
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over seven months. going on a year now of these allegations, and there's been nothing -- no evidence brought to bear in this case. abby: where on earth are the republicans? where is their outrage? one is judge denene last night. >> you want to talk about russia? let's talk about russia. let's talk about the sale of 20% of our uranium to russia and hillary clinton signing off on the deal. the hillary clinton foundation that slush fund for hillary receiving $140 million and bill clinton getting twice or triple his normal speech fee. you're empowered, damn it. do something. pass something. cut this crap, put on your big boy pants and act. and more importantly, convince us that you're not in on the
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effort to take down the president of the united states. abby: david, to her point, republicans are the ones in power right now. >> certainly. and i think you see members of the house and senate. look, the president's having members of the house and senate routinely during the day. he's starting to have private dinners with them in the evening. i think doing those types of efforts, conducting those efforts, socializing with these members, getting to know these members. you have to remember, the president's an outsider. he is not a washington, you know, animal that has been here forever. like many politicians, and that's why you see a lot of republicans don't step up because they don't know him. and i think that there's going to -- that's going to get better over time. pete: but, david, whether they know him or not, they know his agenda and the stuff they've been advocating for forever. he's been fighting. the american people gave him a mandate. the left is going after him in every which way. where is mitch mock mick
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connell out in the public making the case? this is not about russia. this is not obstruction. where so that fight? because i see newt gingrich and duncan hunter. where are they leading the charge? >> that is -- you guys are right on point this morning. you know, there's very few of us out here carrying the president's message to the american people every day, and there needs to be more. the republican party needs to step up. the rnc needs to step up. the leaders in the house and senate need to step up to support this president and his agenda and make sure that the american people understand what is going on and the politics behind this incredibly irresponsible investigation, which is quite honestly dangerous for the american people because there was nothing to the collusion charge until now. this investigation has pivoted to obstruction, which, again, there is no obstruction. every -- you know, everybody across the political spectrum is saying the president has no
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obstruction charge here. that is a ridiculous charge by the democrats. and the president has done nothing. jim comey has actually said in testimony there's no obstruction, so there is none. >> and, david, we've spent the last seven minutes here beating up the right because the left is pretty unified in their approach in trying to attack the president. check this out. this is from joy reed over at msnbc. she tweeted this. scalise was shot by a white man with a violent background and saved by a black, lesbian police officer. abby: and says and yet according to a new issues that steve was saying -- >> traditional marriage, as you said, abby. and it makes it extreme enough that they make this kind of charge. they don't back down even on a guy in a hospital bed. >> these people are sick.
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i'm going to be honest with you. whether it's the liberal media or democratic leadership in the house and senate. they have a sickness, and that's the hate of donald trump. he beat their candidate. he beat hillary clinton soundly, and they cannot get over that. and so they -- for the last six months have done nothing but try to undermine the president legislatively, and they've done nothing but just inspire the hate in people. you see it on college campuses whether that's taking down the first amendment across the country. and that is the violence that they bring. and this guy who shot steve scalise, you know, is part of what they created. the left created this person and so for these guys to sit out there and say things like that in the aftermath is shameful. >> david, in order for them to get their agenda passed, though, to go back to the original subject for the republicans, they have to get
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rid of this witch hunt dust cloud. you've been part of the war room to get this on. is there a change that needs to happen so that you feel you can get a fair shake and move forward with the agenda? >> i think your question is does muller have a conflict of interest with jim comey? and this investigation? and i think that's going to really play out because the statute says if you are a friend. it is hard to investigate someone that you have a professional, personal relationship with. and if there's any two people that have a relationship, a personal relationship as friends, it's jim comey and muller. it is -- these two people go back 20 years together in some of the toughest fights. and so they've had each other's backs. and so to think that muller could investigate him, partially. i know some people say he's a good man. i understand that. but these statutes are written even with good men and women
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in mind. so these statutes say that if you have the appearance of an impropriety or conflict, an appearance of conflict or actual conflict, you must step aside, and i think you look at the team that is being built of hillary supporters, of donors being put on this team. i wonder what's going on behind the scenes. why they're doing this? why are they giving the american people even more of a cloud over this investigation? >> and what are they investigating at this point? >> that's right. forget what they're investigating at the moment. pete: thanks a lot. appreciate it. abby: i still can't get over this story retweet. after the shooting happened, we talked about the political rhetoric dying down. this is exactly what we're referring to. someone is fighting for their life, and you point out their politics. >> really? talks about race all the time. >> i think this is coming from across the street. abby: i know what? all i will say is america, we are better than this.
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we are better than tweeting out these things at the time of politics. now getting to a fox news alert, the navy calling off a search for seven missing soldiers. all were found dead on the uss fitzgerald. many sailors were sound asleep when the attack happened. the bodies were found inside the flooded compartment of the destroyer. five other soldiers including the sailor was injured. and death toll in portugal now to 57. sweeping through forests and neighborhood. just 100 miles of the capital city. officials say the fire started from a lightning strike. and justin thomas is heading to the final round of the u.s.
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open off a record-setting third round. watch this. >> he's aiming this here on five. this is justin thomas. [cheering] abby: wow. shooting nine under par. a score of 33. despite the historic performance, he's not even in first. trailing brian harman just one shot. and the action begins at 11:00 a.m. eastern this morning on fox. pete: how do you make that read? i mean, that was such an unbelievable read. it takes such guts pretty much hitting it away from the hole. >> have to play four rounds. one more today. we'll see where it goes. the republicans were elected to pass the trump agenda, so what are they doing? making excuses? our next guest says time to get to work and drain the swamp before the american people drowned in it. plus, we have the love story
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capturing hearts around the world. abby: it has been a while. >> pam anderson and juliann julian assange. we have more for you new bike? yeah, 'cause i got allstate. if you total your new bike, they replace it with a brand new one. that's cool. i got a new helmet. we know steve. it's good to be in (good hands).
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change? here jenny, thank you so much for being here. and i'm going to go back to the diner segments that we all do. we get down there with real americans saying what they want to happen. are we going to see, first, the unity that we saw last week, and is that going to lead to anything to help the american people? >> well, thanks for having me and happy father's day to all the dads out there. i think that one of the reasons the country has been so divisive both in washington, d.c. and then the feeling towards washington, d.c. is because the people around this country feel that washington is ignoring their will. for over a decade, they've been saying jobs, jobs, jobs, that's the number one issue for voters across the country. if congress really wants to find unity, they'll pass tax reform because it will grow the economy and americans will feel better. they'll be able to take better
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care of themselves and their families and have a better opportunity for the future. and that has an added benefit of helping congressman get reelected. >> jen, your movement started as a reaction to the policies of obama administration a long time coming. you've been waiting for republican house and senate to actually make something happen. now here we are. and are you not frustrated by the lack of fight amongst these leaders like mitch mcconnell or others who could be pushing through fundamental tax reform, which if republicans can't agree on that, what can they agree on? i mean, what more can be done to pressure these members to say make something happen? >> well, i think what more can be done is that we just keep picking up the phone, we keep e-mailing our congressmen, reach out to them on social media and make sure that they understand and remind them why you elected them. look, we can't -- we cannot wait for washington, d.c. to lead this country. we've waited far too long for that. the way we do get out of these problems is for the american people to say okay. we're putting the pressure on washington. but we want to help them.
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if they take care of tax reform, and they grow the economy, we'll be able to back off a little bit because we're going to experience relief in our own lives. and that will make them feel better and congress as well. >> that's why we're going to continue to go out around the country and actually hear directly from most importantly of all, the american people. jenny, thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> coming up, ted nugent says he's ready to tone down his rhetoric, and he's hoping his liberal counterparts follow his lead. he's joining us here live. that's next. >> plus, you've heard of grand theft auto. but what about grand theft avocado? details on a bizarre highest that could jeopardize your quacamole. not really. abby: he loves avocado. >> you'll see. yeah. ♪ ♪ oh, hello! lucky for me, there's some great golf here in the carolinas.
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abby: it is time now for your news by the numbers first 50 years. that is how long a world war ii veteran went without five medals, which were stolen from his connecticut home. the pentagon reissuing the medals after lawmakers intervened. i'm glad they did, and jackpot winnings refuses to pay to a woman saying their machine has a glitch. well, that woman suing for the money calling it rigged. finally, $300,000, that's how much in avocados these men are accused of stealing from their employer. they were nabbed for allegedly selling them for personal profit to local customers in california. that is the dollar amount of
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grand theft avocado incident. >> very valuable. in the wake of last week's assassination attempt on republican congressmen, many are now calling for a more civil political tone. one person who's promising to do so is long time conservative ted nugent. but will anybody on the left follow the lead? ted, your comments about wanting to tone down the political rhetoric are welcomed by many. but it comes -- i think it's the source that has the people most interested. we're going to play a headline of something you said from times past that makes what you're saying now even more interesting. you once said that obama should quote suck on my machine gun. now, he wants to now -- the title he wants to tone down the hateful rhetoric. this is the headline about you. so you once said that. now you want to tone it down. i think that's an important recognition. what brought you to the point where you said, hey, it's just time to comb all of this down?
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>> well, number one, happy father's day every damn day across america, and i think the fact that my kids and my wife have consulted me and told me that i would be more effective if i abandoned the motor city streets line. but let me make it perfectly clear. i have never projected hate. when i said that about sucking on my machine guns, that was a direct response to the liberal democrats obama, clinton, et al to ban certain types of firearms violating their oath to the constitutional second amendment. that was a metaphor. and nobody's too stupid not to know that. but the left is so dishonest that they misrepresented that and make it perfectly clear with my fox and friends, i have never threatened anybody. i have never hinted at violence during adrenaline-charged rock 'n' roll performances. detroit street slang comes out, but i have been admonished somewhat by mrs. nugent, and i just think
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in these heightened, exciting times politically, i am reaching across the aisle, and i'm saying we must all unity to bring no violence, no harm to any of our fellow americans. and i think it's important to know my not so good friend bill maher acknowledge that, and i will be joining him on his show to make sure that we clarify this and that we are going to unity on no violence. abby: yeah, you know, a wife and a daughter. they will certainly soften you as anything else. so kudos to them because i think the language has gotten totally out of control. something you have admitted. are we going to see a different ted nugent moving forward? and who is that ted nugent going to be? >> well, you know, not different. i like to use the word upgrade. my intensity will not back down one spit. my passion, and my sincerity will not back down one iota. but i am going to make sure that in a debate that i am civil, which i've always been
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civil. again, during the outrage of a rock 'n' roll performance, machine gun references have been made but nobody can possibly think i want anybody's lips anywhere near my machine gun. that was a metaphor. but i'm going to reach out and say civility should be the motor of americans, no matter which side they're on. >> so do people on both sides of the aisle follow your dream? is this a pipe dream? >> well, even though i'm a dreamer, no pipe involved. i have not seen any gesture whatsoever from the left. it still looks to me they're going to burn down buildings if they disagree with your speech. they're still going to turn over cars and attack people if they don't agree with you. and let me also pinpoint. my family and i lives have been threatened. they've threatened to kill me on facebook, even though 99.9% of my facebookers are positive
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and sincere and louisa hodge and truth-oriented. but the violence from the other side is unprecedented. >> well, that's the question. can -- is the left capable, this kind of resistance now. i mean, joy reed on msnbc on another channel recently trashing while he's recovering from being shot. how does this -- can the left even do it? >> boy, again, i'm a dreamer, and i'm a positive guy. i'm a hopeless optimistic. i haven't seen anything, but i can still hope. and on my facebook, i have tens of millions of facebookers, and i communicate every day numerous times. and many have identified themselves as liberal democrats who don't like my hunting and don't like my nra board of directorship. they don't like a lot of my politics.
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but they love the music. how can you not love the music? so they've reached out, and they've thanked me for my recent gesture to be more civil. and i will keep that. >> yeah. ted, i think it's something we all needed to hear right now. so thank you for acknowledging that and listening to the good woman in your life. we appreciate them very much so. ted, good to have you with us. happy father's day. >> thank you. godspeed, fox and friends. >> likewise, sir. still ahead, president trump vows to make america great again. we've heard that. of course. and now he's making words again. the new honor for the president. next. pete: plus, we have the latest chapter in the love story capturing i guess a few hearts somewhere around the world. not mine. pamela anderson and juliann julian assange. are they a couple? next. dentures are very different
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lauren with her dad and sister natalie. abby: great throw back pick and here's our own janice dean husband sean with her two boys matthew and theodore. so adorable. >> father peter and sister mary kate during their visit to berlin. and college associate angela varney. we know her dad. a familiar face. stuart varney from "varney & company" on the fox business network. abby: beautiful and director mark with daughters olivia. >> writer kate and her dad jim in front of the westerfield racing funny car. and associate producer with her sister kelly, niece clara, and dad jim with his first father's day as a grandfather. >> his father lennie at the mets game. >> no tractor in that shot right there. it was a joke from two hours ago.
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here's head writer will with his dad. looking good, guys. and here's writer nicolette with her father michael doing something they both love. >> i love that. so we're faces of the show, but it's these people that we owe to putting it on every morning. >> we love all of you. and, again, i'm the new guy here. this really is a family, and i can't underscore that enough. everybody. every single person is so awesome here. great family, and it's awesome to be part of it. >> yeah. it is. so speaking of family and children, the children's word of the year. are you ready for this? >> come on. it's a no-brainer. abby: trump. >> because it's the he i easiest one to say. i think the rest of this story is fake news. but every kid hears it all day long. trump, trump, trump. but then there's other
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usages. >> you want to do a huntsman? >> trump winning tactic. >> and you may be saying why is there a red river under these? because you know when you type something on your computer, if it's spelled incorrectly, it gets the line. well, it got the line. it's accurate, winning taskic. can someone tell us what snozeltrump is? because it's fake news. but that is a name and word we hear more than any other today. just some other headlines we're following this morning. all eyes will be on georgia this tuesday as we've been talking about this morning. republican container and democrat john battling it out in the state special election to from the house seat left vacate by health and human
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services secretary tom price. the early voting turnout has been unprecedented with more than 140,000 people already casting their vote. democrats have raised a record $23 million for this race. calling it a referendum on president trump. >> 23 million bucks for a candidate who doesn't even live in the district. >> and prosecutors are retrial of cosby after declaring a mistrial failing to reach a verdict after six days of deliberations. cosby remains free on a $1 million bond and facing three counts of felony sexual assault. pete, this is your one. >> another love letter from pamela anderson to jun julian assange. why my heart stands with julian. the star writes makes me wonder what is the sexiest quality in a man? surely, the sexiest quality in a man are bravery and courage.
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and anderson calls on world leaders to petition for wikileaks in london before lashing out for french president to discuss julian's. >> she used to be my girl. but now she's -- when you date the trader who's a leaker. >> actor best known for his role in the comedy has sadly passed away. >> dark man, i've given it a lot of thought. from now on, your name is flounder. abby: in the 1978 film alongside john, he will star in many more movies, elsewhere for friday at his home in
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friday from complications of diabetes. he was 63, and he will be missed. your headlines this morning. >> can i ask a question? dave, why do you have a random arm in your hand? what's going on here? >> we have things going on -- >> rick, this is what this show is about. he's worn black every day for the last 25 years, and he has a pun for everything, and he keeps us entertained. hey, i was asking these guys here what they think of the julian assange and pamela anderson story. and what did you say? >> i don't care. >> there you go. i think her quote was i don't care about stuff like that, which is perfect. all right. let's talk a little bit of weather right now. show you what's going on. here's your temperature as you're waking up, it is warm and humid all across the eastern part of the country. the western part of the country, just warm. in fact, very hot today.
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it's trying to this day for a number of days. we'll see temperatures approaching 125, so the heat is on. down across parts of the caribbean, hurricane season started, and we have some activity going on here. 80% chance that we're going to see a storm develop here somewhere in the gulf certainly will bring moisture and cutting across the ohio valley and mississippi valley. all right. guys, back to you. abby: rick, thank you so much. >> rick, thank you very much. in the wake of the alexandria shooting, our next guest is taking action, for any house member to use their concealed carry permit on capitol hill. massie joins us next. abby: and he's a nfl star of five. and now has a game plan for around the country. duncan and maria bartiromo. we've got a big hour and a half to go. stick with us. ♪ ♪ (burke) at farmers, we've seen almost everything,
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abby: welcome back to fox and friends. in the wake of this week's assassination attempt on republican congressman, many are wondering what can be done to put a stop to these horrific events? one republican congressman is trying to take action by introducing a bill that would allow members of congress to have concealed carry permits in their state also to carry in our nation's capitol. congressman massie, good to have you with us this morning. >> thanks for having me on, abby. abby: and i know you had a number of friends and colleagues who were on the field that last wednesday. it was a it just morning and really a wake-up call. you say congress members are threatened almost every day now, and they don't have any protection, most of them. >> no. they don't. and most people don't realize
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house 435 gross man, only five of them have a security detail. so we were very lucky that steve scalise was at the field that day. you know, if he had left early, the security detail would have left with him. just one, quick thing if i may. my bill would extend the, you know, reciprocity, the honor of your concealed carry permit from your home state not only a congressman but also their staff or anybody who works or visits in washington, d.c. so i'm not looking for special privileges for congressman that some have called for. i'm just looking to extend your second amendment rights into the state -- or into the city of washington, d.c. abby: yeah, well, we know the political rhetoric has been out of control lately. it's almost we see at our town hall be represented by these protesters and violence. tell us what do you feel it's like being a congressman. do you feel at times it is an unsettling job to have? >> oh, the an most of the has increased tremendously.
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if you just look at the comments on my social media page compared to before the presidential election and after the presidential election, you know, it's just the tone has changed i think much for the worse. and so i think it's dangerous the level of rhetoric out there. but this bill is a common sense solution. if i could point out, two-thirds of the state's already recognized other states concealed carry permit. and so it was their state legislatures that decided to do that. well, washington, d.c.'s legislature is congress. that's the way the constitution is set up. so it's really up to us to decide these types of laws for washington, d.c. a lot of people don't realize that. and with republicans in a majority and a republican in the white house, i think now is the time for washington, d.c. for us to pass the law there that would recognize concealed carry permits from all of the state.
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abby: do you think the rhetoric will change? do you think it will change how people interact and how they speak? >> i think it should be a wake-up call and hopefully it's a wake-up call to my colleagues too. you know, when you go out in front of cameras and say republicans are going to cause children to starve or old people to die, that is very dangerous because people take that literally, and it's hyperbole, it's rhetoric, i think it needs to stop. i hope it stops, and i hope we get back to, you know, common discourse. civil discourse. abby: i think we're all hoping for that. congressman massie, thank you so much for being with us this morning. and happy father's day to you. >> happy father's day. abby: to all the fathers out there. coming up, russian collusion allegations are getting more outrageous every day as you hear on the show but some people are wondering where are the republicans defending their president? wait until you hear what our own judge had to say about that. plus, he is a former nfl star and father of five children. now a game plan for families
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around the country. benjamin watson is joining us live next. you don't want to miss it
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abby: well, as a father of five, benjamin watson knows a thing or two about parenting this morning and he's revealing his parenting game plan from his new book new dad's playbook. >> nfl player benjamin watson joins us this morning. >> happy father's day to you this morning. >> we are expecting not abby and i but jeff and her husband
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are expecting. so what does jeff need to know? >> my husband. >> needs to know he's not going to have all the answers. i'm a perfectionist. i want to do things right all the time and one thing i learned through fatherhood now having five children that you're going to make mistakes. but the key is how do you bounce back from those mistakes? and part of the new dad's playbook is giving guys a game plan, kind of what to expect when you're expecting for guys as they enter into fatherhood or they have kids, and they want to do it better next time. >> how is it different? i'm having a girl. so how is it different raising a boy or a girl because i'm sure there are differences there. >> totally different. we had two girls first. and after the girls, i said ready for some boys, i want some boys, yeah, yeah. but boys are out of control. every morning they would forget what we told them the day before. . >> this comes from your own
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experience, benjamin. tell us when you were hard on your mom and your dad would step in and say don't talk to your mom like that. tell us what happened. >> well, one of the biggest parts of fatherhood is the relationship between the husband and wife and father and mother. you set the temperature of the thermostat in your house with how you treat the mother of your children. so i can remember growing up and being kind of mouthy, a little disrespectful, maybe talking back to my mother, and i remember my dad calling home and saying benjamin, you're going to get in trouble when i get home because you talk to my wife in this way. and at that moment, i realize you know what? the most important relationship in the home is between the man and the woman, and that set the tone for how you lead as a father and how you treat your children. you also treat them what it means to treat women. >> i'm a guy, my brother is a guy, just had a little girl zoey a few weeks ago. what advice -- give us the top three things that you would tell the guys in the room. >> don't look into her eyes because she's going to steal your heart.
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little girls have a way with their adaddy. like i said, the baby is a girl right now. girls want to -- when they put on that beautiful dress for the first time, and they're only 4 years old, they're going to go to daddy to see if it's beautiful. you are their first love. you have an opportunity to set the stage for them as a father would -- what they're going to look for in a man and what they're going to accept from a man down the road. i've said it before that you are your son's hero and your daughter's first love. abby: i love it. i think every dad needs a little girl at some point. so how do you balance? because you are a professional theta, have had a busy career, my dad, when i think about him today, it's incredible the life he has lived as a diplomat, but he was always there for his family. what advice do you have on balancing it all? >> well, it's all about time. and it's about how you spend your time. you're going to have to say "no" to certain things. but when you're home, your
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presence physically is important but really emotionally, spiritually, physically. that's important as well. you may have dads in the house but their mind a million other places. and kids sense that. they know where they are on the ladder of importance. so when you're home, be home fully. be committed 100% wherever you are, especially when you're home with your kids in your house. >> i love that. well, you have a beautiful family. happy father's day. >> and enjoy the next four weeks because you know what happens in four weeks. . >> this is a time when we try to take family trips because when training camp starts, it's all over. >> coming up, on president trump to fire special counsel robert muller. newt gingrich says there's a new quest to give muller the pink slip. abby: and congressman duncan hunter and our own maria bartiromo are here live. you want to stick with us ♪
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>> u.s. navy reports the seven sailors missing from an early morning ship collision have been found dead. >> seven u.s. army soldiers were shot and wounded on another insider attack. >> congressman steve scalise is now listed in serious condition. >> we have the take this very seriously, because even the founding fathers right from the beginning warned about the impact of political extremism, essentially. the spirit of parties, they called it. >> the president is spending the weekend in camp david. it is the very first visit of his presidency. >> it has been a long and busy week. described by him in tweets even this morning as a witch hunt. >> the president is frustrated, and i know he's frustrated and i'm frustrated for him. there's been nothing, no evidence brought to bear in that
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case. >> what did you want to say to dad for father's day? >> we miss you so much. >> oh. [laughter] [laughter] [applause] ♪ ♪ pete. pete: it is father's day,. abby: it is, and we've been listening to rahs cag flats -- rascal flatts. happy father's day to everyone out there wake up on this sunday morning. we've asked you to send us in photos of your dad, also the advice they've passed down. pete: great stuff all morning long. greg e-mailed this, my dad
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taught me the meaning of hard work. he would always say work for a reason, and he is my best friend. abby: scott, my dad is one of the most amazing men i have ever met. he was a hero, obviously, always said work hard, work true, and you will always, always be successful. >> great advice. linda e-mailed, my dad is a veteran of the korean and vietnam wars. his best advice to me was follow your dreams, use common sense and get self-discipline. so i enlisted. pete: there's an i there. >> oh, i missed that. abby: i have two brothers in the military as well, and there is no better discipline. i have seen them grow since they joined. they are different men today because of what they have learned, because of what they have instilled. and not just about fighting for this country and being proud of this nation, but just being a man, being a good person. the women, same thing. you just learn how to be a good person. pete: you grow up very quickly,
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which is often times what dads do. your dad's job is to teach you to take a lump -- >> but also on the big and the small things, my grandfather said you are not making that right, and he would make sure you made the bed so you could bounce that quarter off it, because he was in world war world war ii. pete: the president waking up in camp david after a long week of questions about this special counsel, bob mueller x there's even more questions about whether the president should fire the special prosecutor, bob mueller. what should be done with rod rosenstein, are there conflicts? is there investigation turning into an inquisition? we've heard a lot of people on the program with a lot of opinions about where this goes. because if you want to get the agenda across, you've got to get the cloud of so-called obstruction investigation out of the way. well, we had newt gingrich, i don't know what program he was on last night, but he had this to say about it. >> one of the people they've
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hired, the mueller's hired, actually worked for the clinton foundation fighting freedom of information act request. now think about that. if you want a guarantee of non-transparency, have the person who's defending the clinton foundation against requests for transparency. abby: there you have it. i mean, as you said, we've had guests all morning long too that are posing the same questions as to what is even going on in this investigation. corey lewandowski was one of those just two hours ago. here's what he said. >> now you have to ask yourself what is robert mueller's job anymore? because the public testimony that jim comey has given, democrats have agreed to, is that there has been absolutely no collusion with the russians in any way, shape or form of this campaign and, candidly, of the election outcome which means donald trump won fair and square. what is mueller supposed to be investigating? what we've seen, unfortunately, is the individuals he's bringing onboard for this investigation are main contributors to hillary clinton's election campaign, they're partisan hacks, they're
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part of the deep state, and they have a different agenda which is to destroy this president. the question is, why is this investigation continuing. abby: and the next question is what do you do? we've been talking about this all morning, you know, if the president fires mueller, that obviously looks terrible in terms of political optics. you're the lawyer here. what should you do if you were president trump? you obviously want a fair investigation, but most importantly, you want it to be over with as soon as possible. >> it is a really tough situation. i thought that bob mueller or was an excellent choice. now i am not so sure, because you can't tell me while these lawyers he has hired i guarantee are amazing attorneys, the best of the best, you can't tell me you couldn't find more nonpartisan attorneys somewhere out there in america. prosecutors, they are all over the place. everybody's goal when you are the top of your law school class, by and large, you're getting the 3.9s and the 4.0, you are routed to be a prosecutor, quite frankly. you want to go to the u.s.
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attorney's office. you cant tell me -- can't tell me you couldn't find somebody more partisan than -- pete: who's best buddies with james comey. the question that lewandowski asked is what are they investigating at this point? if we know there was no collusion, exactly what are they looking for? that's why the president continues to call it a witch hunt. now, they're fighting back by putting out their own lawyers, the trump administration -- jay sekulow will be doing the sunday shows, he'll be fighting back. they're empowering surrogates and the president using his twitter account, they want to get past. abby: but democrats are in unison here. they are going to focus on this investigation. they want the headlines to be against president trump. they're all together on this, so there's some frustration out there about republicans, where are republicans, why are they not fighting back harder. our own judge jeanine is one of those people questioning that. here she was last night. >> you want to the talk russia?
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let's talk about russia. let's talk about the sale of 20% of our uranium to russia and hillary clinton signing off on the deal. the clinton foundation, that slush fund for hillary receiving $140 million. and bill clinton getting more than twice or triple his normal speech fee. you're um peared, dammit -- empowered, dammit. do something. cut this "kumbaya" crap, put on your big boy pants and act like you're in power. act like you give a damn! and more importantly, convince us that you are not in on the effort to take down the president of the united states. pete: as you guys said, the democrats are united. they've got their talking points, they're resisting. we recognize you're not going to get any democratic votes. if so, then when will republicans close ranks? i want to put out a missing poster for mitch mcconnell. what's he doing?
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where is he being full-throated about fighting back against this resistance? they're not only to going to lose their agenda, they're going to lose at the ballot box. abby: and some of these attacks have been sick. i mean, already talking politics when you talk about representative scalise and the shooting that happened last week. it should have changed the way we talk about things, really lowered -- >> it did for about 13 seconds. abby: he's already tweeted out something that was nasty about criticizing his politics while he is still fighting for his life in the hospital. it's absolutely horrible. david bossie was on earlier, and he says the dems' attacks, they are shameful. >> these people are sick. i'm going to be honest with you, whether it's the liberal media or the democratic leadership in the house and senate, they have a sickness, and that sickness is their hate of donald trump. he beat their candidate. he beat hillary clinton soundly, and they cannot get over that. and so they, for the last six months, have done nothing but
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try to undermine the president legislatively, and they've done nothing but just unspire the hate -- inspire the hate in people. and this guy who shot steve scalise, you know, is part of what they created. the left created this person. and so for these guys to sit out there and say things like that in the aftermath is -- abby: oh, it's -- >> it's shameful. pete: you've been fired up all morning about what joy reid tweeted out. abby: we need to be a lot more thoughtful about what we say. when we press this buston on twitter, who's responsible for pressing that button? you are responsible for that, and you're responsible for the language you use. pete: and what she had posted was repeal and replace obamacare, somehow you're an extremist republican if you believe -- that's what happens when you dehumanize the other. you're just an extremist, and then you use race-baiting language, you make the problem
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worse. thankfully, some people on this program want to change this conversation. >> if the democrats were this organized as they are in the resistance with trying to put forth a candidate, maybe we would be in a different position, maybe one of the democrats would be in office. they couldn't figure it out during the campaign but, boy, they have figured it out now, and it really has led to this harsh rhetoric especially from the liberals, but there has been some conservative rhetoric. and ted nugent has said i'm going to pull back a little, and maybe, maybe the left will pull back too. here's what he had to say. >> well, you know, not different. i like to use the word upgrade. my intensity will not back down one spit. my passion and my sincerity will not back down one iota. but i am going to make sure that in a debate that i am civil. i just think in these heightened, exciting times politically i am reaching out across the aisle, and i'm saying
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we must all unite to bring no violence, no harm to any of our fellow americans. abby: so we know ted nugent, he's a very passionate man, but he's also said things that have been very offensive to a lot of people. he said his wife and his daughter sat him down and had a conversation about speaking in a way that maybe doesn't come across so fencive. i think he has some great advice for himself and for people from all political backgrounds. pete: democrats have wives and daughters too. you said, todd, hopefully the left -- elizabeth warren says i'm only going to get nastier. so republicans closing ranks responsibly, they have to do so -- abby: you know what speaks louder than any nasty word out there? action. if republicans can come together and really work with the president on some big, bold ideas -- tax reform, health care, immigration, you name it -- get those things done, no one is going to stop you at the
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polls. we've heard that all morning long. now so to some other headlines, starting with the navy -- [inaudible] a senior u.s. official telling fox news all seven or were found dead on the uss fitzgerald. the ship colliding with a merchant ship off the coast of japan while many sailors were sleeping. the bodies were found inside the flooded compartments of the damaged destroyer. five other sailors including the ship's commander were injured. and more than two dozen people are injured after a deck collapses at a montana lodge are. the incident happening during a memorial service. about 50 people were there and about a dozen were sent to the hospital. a witness saying the deck felt, quote, spongy on one side just before collapsing. police are still investigating what happened. and we may soon find out when the supreme court will review the case against the president's travel order. the high court could decide to hear it by the end of week and are expected to be fully briefed
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on it before the term ends later this month. and are you up for a friendly game of frisbee? well, 1,000 pigs -- listen to this, police called to a massachusetts home after residents reported the giant pigs playing on somebody's lawn. >> we had, like, a san francisco by and a -- frisbee and a bone outside, and i don't know what it was doing to it. playing with it, i guess. abby: turns out the pig's name is bruce k and he escaped from a nearby farm. it isn't the first time bruce has gotten free, but he's working to keep the pig secure. he just wants to roam free. pete: very nice. abby: you just want to identity, pete. pete: that's what they're good for. coming up, republicans were elected to pass the trump agenda, so what are they doing? how about making excuses? what will it take for real change? we're going to ask longtime trump supporter duncan hunter when he joins us live next. todd: and look who's back, elizabeth warren with a brand
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i- [sound of wrench] [intricate guitar riff] [engine starts] [guitar continues] ♪ ♪ pete: welcome back to fox and friends. they were elected to pass the president's agenda, but republicans still making excuses for why they're still divided over things like basic tax reform. what will it take to make some real change? gop congressman duncan hunter is here to weigh in from california. happy father's day, we appreciate your service as well to our country and the service you're giving right now in congress.
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are you frustrated as a longtime trump supporter with the fact that republicans in the house and the senate especially are not able to close ranks and move things forward? be. >> happy father's day. yeah, i am. and i'm really disappointed in the senate, in the senate, in the senate. i mean, that's -- the house of representatives, we've passed numerous bills, lots of great deregulation, tax reform's going -- it's already started in the house. it's the senate. it's that simple. they are slow, and they need to, you know, get off of their tails and pass something. we have to pass health care reform prior to doing tax reform, and they're doing nothing. pete: yeah. >> hopefully, trump and the house can triangulate on the senate so we can put pressure on them to do their jobs. pet president we've been talking -- pete: we've been talking about not getting a single vote from democrats. until we fight back, metaphorically fight back, politically fight back, we're
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not going to get to the 51 votes, and we're not going to make the change we were supposed to. mitch mcconnell, these other folks, is there no fighting spiritsome do they not truly support president trump? what is it? >> every senator has their own plan, that's the problem. in the house we have to work together. in the senate you probably have 50 senators, each with their own health care plan, 50 republican senators each with their own tax plan, and they take so long to do stuff. pete: and they all want to be president. >> they all want to be president, they all want to be famous, they don't want to lose their seats. so the house is going to keep passing stuff, it's the senate. trump really needs to go after those republican senators in those state that is he won and the democrat senators but, you know, trump needs to go on his twitter, go on television and try -- quit trying to be friends. go after the senate and let the american people know where the problem is. and it's in the senate. pete: do republicans in the senate need new leadership? or is there a small portion of the party that won't come to the table? what is it?
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can you name names? >> no, actually. you know, because i don't know. we have our own problems in the house, so i don't focus too much on the senate. but, you know, each senator is his own little god. each senator has so much pull and power because it just takes one senator to block something on the senate floor, right? you have to get all of them together. and when each senator thinks he or she is the only right perp on the subject -- person on the subject, it's hard to the get anything done in the senate. pete: that's something that's well understood but for the american people who sent this president there with a mandate to do big things, you can understand the frustration. >> yeah. and i have the frustration too. of it's really hard in the house especially to take vote after vote after vote and have the senate do nothing, and then have the entirety of congress be blamed for it. pete: congressman, thanks a lot for joining us this morning. we appreciate it. >> thanks. pete: coming up, kiev scalise is still in the hospital, but that isn't stopping the so-called mainstream media from attacking
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him. >> scalise has a history that we've all been forced to sort of ignore. on race he did come to leadership after some controversy over attending a white nationalist event. pete: let's be clear, that's not the mainstream media, that's progressive media. have they learned absolutely nothing? we'll debate that next. point decisively with the arm of your glasses. abracadabra. the stage is yours. step two: choose la quinta. the only hotel where you can redeem loyalty points for a free night-instantly and win at business.
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ambassador rodman. former nba player selling these t-shirts featuring a cartoon image of rodman standing in front of a world map. the sales page suggests customers will help him, quote, save the world. i don't know about you, abby, i'm hoping to get one of them ambassador huntsman t-shirts sometime soon. abby: i love it. well, hospitalized and in surgery since being shot earlier this week, congressman scalise unable to defend himself from a whole new attack. watch this. >> there's a whole country out there, and a lot of people at least in my twitter timeline -- and it's a delicate thing because, you know, obviously, everybody is wishing the congress manuel and hoping he recovers, but steve scalise has a history that we've all been forced to sort of ignore. on race he did come to leadership after some controversy over attending a white nationalist event which he says he didn't know what it was. abby: that is unreal. well, has the liberal press learned absolutely nothing? here to debate is gop new york
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city councilman joe morrellly and chuck roach cha. i know, joe, you have a 2-year-old son. special day for you. are you a dad? >> i am a father and a granddad to the roach cha boys. be. abby: joe, we'll start with you. i can't get over this. he is fighting for his life in the hospital, representative scalise, and here we already have people talking about his poll politics in a way they don't agree with. what is happening? >> i don't know. we had this one, beautiful moment for 24 hours after this horrible attack that we really came together, and now all that's put by the wayside. you also see senator elizabeth warren, i mean, someone who's a nut on twitter, i get. but you're a u.s. senator, and you are using a moment just days after a gop congressman was shot by a guy with a kill list of gop senators to tell people that, donald, you ain't seen nasty yet. is it going to get worse? this is what the democratic party has become.
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and it's absurd. as a party, judge jeanine is right, we need to push back on this culture war and defend our president. abby: and, chuck, you're a good man. here's what joy reid tweeted. she said representative scalise was shot by a white man with a violent background and saved by a black lesbian police officer, and yet she points out a few of the things that he has cosponsored a bill there, he fights for traditional marriage, things that, you know, he's passionate about. but you think about the timing of this, chuck, you think about this nation coming together in this moment, and i can't help but think this is exactly what we don't need right now. >> i've done campaigns for 26 years now, started in east texas. ann richards was my first race. i've seen politics change a lot, and the biggest change has been social media, the far left, the far right, the likes, the shares, the viewers. and sometimes, and i think it's the worst part of my industry, is you throw them red meat so you can get more likes and shares and tweets which is not
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for what's best. i could not disagree with steve scalise more so than anybody out there. do i think he loves america as much as i do? i absolutely believe that. we just have two different visions on how to get there. you can be respectful and still talk about debate without being personal and insensitive. abby: that is so well said, chuck. joe, what needs to happen? because it seems like the democrats are often times unified in their attack mode. republicans, do they need to step up? do they need to do a better job of rallying together and getting behind their president? as i said earlier, actions speak a lot louder than words right now. if they can get some things done, i think everyone would be happy about that. >> right. and that's the best thing they can do right now. we saw it's the media. there is, basically, a culture war going on, and the left nose exactly -- knows exactly what it's doing. kathy griffin took a hit last week, but the show went on in central park last night and all these things have happened. we are losing the battle because
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we are not fighting back. we need to get behind our message, get behind our members of congress and, more importantly, get behind our president. abby: you're so right. the media plays a huge role. we all need to step up and have a better rhetoric in respecting our representative, especially when they are fighting for their lives in the hospital. joe, chuck, thanks for being with us. all right, coming up, the american people want jobs, they want tax reform, they want quality health care. is any of that even possible? our own maria bartiromo has a plan for that. she is up next. also up next, forget the gifts. dad wants one thing for father's day, of course. an awesome meal. our own chef billy -- i call him our own chef because he's with us all the time -- will show you how to take turf and surf to the next level. he's already out there eating, of course. ♪ ♪ dear predictable,
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abby: they both are. pete: kelly with her dad, john. kelly has been so awesome since i've been here. abby: she's in our ear, always demanding at us to do different things. pete: ashley mitchell with her daughter and father. happy father's day. abby: producer kelly o'neill wishing her husband, pat, a happy father's day. they have the cutest little girl. todd: connecticut folks right there, and here's rick reichmuth with his father as he wishes him a happy father's day. i'm sure -- abby: love that. and producer jeff and his brother with their dad scott in beautiful cape cod. pete: senior producer, the guy that's always in our ear yelling, sean growman, at a jets' game. sean, have anything to say about that? todd: hi, sean. the mean person hiding in the
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corner. [laughter] senior producer stephanie freeman with her dad will. abby: i love that. and speaking of morning program and talent development, our own lauren is wishing her husband jared a happy father's day pictured with their son, he is so adorable. look at that smile. pete: i love it. they're beautiful. abby: we've got a great crowd here today. pete: we to. [cheers and applause] abby: love that. i do want to bring in some other headlines starting with this, the fbi is searching the home of a florida woman who's been missing for over a month. isabella hellman, seen right there, hasn't been seen since mother's day. her husband told the coast guard the couple was on a 37-foot catamaran near the bahamas when it hit something at sea. they rescued him but they never found her. unclear if mr. benefit is a target of the -- bennett is a target of the investigation. and an incredible act of
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bravery caught on camera by a u.s. service member in iraq. watch this. a u.s. potential forces operator turned aid worker running through gunfire to rescue a young girl in mosul. the soldier saw her among a group of bodies before racing to save her life. that is incredible video. and elizabeth warren is taking a new shot at president trump. >> not up for grabs. donald, you ain't seen nasty yet. abby: the massachusetts senator reading a portion of her new book to town hall in new york. her comments come despite vowing before the election that, quote, nasty women would deny trump presidency. wow, it does not end. and trump a popular word among children. the austrian university press declaring trump the word of the year after its use spiked by more than 800%. the word appeared as --
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[inaudible] and with names like trumpiness. we asked you to come up with some of your own, and you guys did not disappoint us. mark suggested this, trumptastic. and brian giving us our favorite, trumpnado. i lo it. we've got to end with that one. passing now to rick, pete and todd. how come i'm the pregnant one but i never get to be in the food segments? rick: great question. that is true. are you looking to make dad an extra special dinner for father's day? pete: here to show us how to make an average surf and turf meal and take it to the next level. they've invented some of the best tough that you eat, and you don't even know about it. rick: it's so true. take a look at this lobster. >> a 10-pounder before he was cooked. we steamed him up, and you know what you want to do with surf
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and turf? we have a 10-pound lobster and 45-day dry-aged boned ribeye. i'm a northern boy, how do i crack this thing open? >> first thing we would do is break off these claws. rick: this is not going to work for this. >> no, not this guy. then we would kind of twist this, and it kind of comes right now. or if you guys don't want to mess around with that, we have one of these -- [laughter] that would help. >> not plugged n. >> that would help to do that. so -- rick: okay. you can -- people can age, dry age their steaks at home. >> yeah. they've come a long way. this looks like a plastic bag, but it's not. it allows moisture to seep through. so you can get steaks at home, you can buy these on the internet, put them in here, seal them and dry age -- rick: what's the benefit? what does that do? >> dry aging -- >> tastiness. >> taste, tenderness, it gets a
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nutty flavor. anytime you remove the moisture, you develop flavor and complexity. so that's why people like -- pete: the outside dries but the inside doesn't dry out all the way. >> the moisture comes out, it tenderizes it because there's a chemical reaction that tenderizes the meat and develops flavor. todd: [inaudible] rick: by the way, if you saw the show yesterday, we ate about 12 pounds of meat, and i'm meat-free today. pete: when it hope ises up -- shows up, it's not like you're not going to eat it. >> delmonico's midtown is open today, downtown is closed. so what we're getting ready for is our 180th birthday in september. and we're actually dry aging some of this, actually, right here at the moment for 180 days. and we've just hit about the 100-day mark. so in september we're going to have a huge event. we're going to close the street down near wall street, we're
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going to do all kinds of fun stuff, and we're going to debut debut -- pete: and you'll be here at 6, 7 and 8 a.m. that day, right? >> i will, absolutely. pete: you know you want to grill out with dad today. you're not going to have 45 days to dry age it, but -- todd: go to safeway. rick: billy, thank you so much. abby: hey, pete, would you wake up for the show if you didn't get to eat? pete: no, that's why i'm on the show. [laughter] abby: still ahead, the american people want jobs, health care and tax reform. maria bartiromo has a plan for the american people. plus, these three fathers all run their own successful small businesses inspired by their own kids. you're going to meet these dads next. ♪ ♪ 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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pete: we're back with some quick headlines. americans plan to spend big bucks to show how much they appreciate dad, people will spend nearly $7 billion on father's -- $17 billion on father's day. the most popular gift? getting dad out of the house in addition to ties. [laughter] and to help ease the burden on your wallet, many restaurants and stores are offering free treats and discounts to help celebrate, some notable places are bass pro shops, tcny, texas steakhouse and firehouse subs. check 'em out. todd: they were elected to pass president's agenda, but instead republicans still making excuses for why they're still divided on things like tax reform. abby: yeah. isn't in the whole reason they were put in power to begin with? joining us now, maria bartiromo, who has an incredible lineup of guests we'll get to in a minute. why is more not getting done?
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>> you're absolutely right, abby, we need to see some action, no doubt about it. having said that, i do not buy into the idea that tax reform is dead. now, there is a part of the tax plan at the house right now that is getting real pushback, and that is the so-called border adjustment tax where peoples would be paid a tax at the border when they want to bring products into our shores. now, the issue is like you take an automaker, for example. automakers, they have components within their cars, like let's say the seat is made in mexico and there's a component that goes in that seat. certain things will go over the border six, seven, eight times. so having a border adjustment tax that's going to keep taxing you every time you're trying to import a car, that's one of the issues. retailers have complained, oil companies, auto manufacturers, because it's just going to lead to higher prices. if a company has to pay a higher tax at the border, they're going to raise prices. but i had the ceo of harley davidson yesterday, and he
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basically said, look, when i sell a motorcycle into india, they charge me blood $100%, chi, 90%. that's why president trump and told me about this so-called reciprocal tax. they'll come up with that $1 trillion in revenue somewhere else. that's -- pete: isn't that a microcosm for what's wrong with the republican party right now? todd: there's not 100% agreement on the border adjustment tax. you see that with other aspects of the president's agenda. >> that's the issue. the dems, when they want something, they all get on line and sing the same song, and they all go with it. the republicans don't. the republicans and their principles, they stick to their principles. there's a lot of congressmen who say i can't support eliminating a deduction for my home. i can't support eliminating the deduction for state income tax. so therein lies the problem. they have to come to an agreement -- pete: $20 trillion in debt.
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i mean, if you stand on every little, small ledge and die there, the whole thing dies together. you're going to have senator rubio -- >> yes. and i'm going to ask him straight out. pete: someone like him, whatever what are they doing in the senate? >> i'm going to speak with senator rubio, and we're going to talk about what the heck is going on with this health care bill sitting in the senate. when will they deliver to the house? the house says, look, we'll accept whatever the senate delivers, and then we're going to move forward for legislation. if they can get health care done before the august recess, there is, there is a shot the believe that they could come to agreement on tax reform after the summertime even if it's not a broad tax reform plan that everybody wanted and it's just tax cuts, i think that would save them as well. abby: they're all pointing fingers right now at each other within the same party. does president trump need to play a bigger role? >> i think he does. abby: i'm a business match, i can bring people together. >> he's going to have to play a bigger role. he's going to have to start
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calling out people who are not supporting because the fact the american people voted for this agenda in november. they want to see a change in health care, they want to see lore taxes, and if he can get something done on infrastructure, great too. we're also going to speak with congressman mo brooks, he played an integral part in helping steve scalise on the field, you remember he used his belt as a attorney yet. he's going to -- tourniquet. he's going to give us an update. he's still in the hospital and now he's in serious condition, not critical. abby: it's going to be a great show, maria. i've been glued to your show all morning. pete: well, up next, these three fathers all run their own successful small business, and they were inspired by their kids. you'll meet these entrepreneurs next. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ abby: our next guests are dads that have started their own successful small businesses inspired but their own kids. first up, chris is the creator of brackets, a product that promotes s.t.e.m. education. you're here with your son mason, and you said you've done all the hard work here, mason. >> um, well, i tried to make a, i tried to make an engineering toy that was really hard to put in place. it wouldn't snap in place, so that gave my dad the idea of making stuff that progressively goes together and is really easy. abby: okay. your really smart son has already lost me. [laughter] what is all this? >> well, mason inspired me to
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build a toy that bridged the gap between stacking blocks, typical stacking blocks and bricks and engineering toys that don't begin until about age 10. so i wanted to create something that was good for kids and families and also good in schools so kids could learn and explore engineering at a younger age. abby: and most importantly, keeps them busy for a very long time. that's right. abby: how long would this thing take to build? >> well, for a kid like mason, probably take about an hour. abby: someone like me probably about three days. [laughter] thank you so much. >> you're very welcome. pete: i'm joined by rob, the creator of technology that protects kids and adults who play sports. happy father's day, rob. you've got two lovely daughters. >> i'd like to introduce nicole and my daughter julia. pete: great to have you here today. they're supporting some of -- sporting some of the stuff you make. >> yeah. at unequal, we know parents' number one mission is to protect the kids. our products have been seep on the products of world cup
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athletes all the way to the olympics. most recently, games like the nhl and the nfl -- pete: where'd you come up with the idea? >> one of my students was a marine, and i teach entrepreneurship in the mba program, and he said what if you could build a lighter, better, thinner body armor -- pete: a lot of us would appreciate that. >> we developed it over the years, and i'm proud to say that we've been doing that. pete: so when you think about concussions and things you might wear for that. >> in fact, 50% of the soccer kids will be getting concussions, so one of our big product is the the halo. it protected carli lloyd and ali krieger in the world cup, also in the olympics it was there, and now it's out on all the fields. pete: where can more focuses find out about unequal? >> unequal.com. peter: todd, over to you. todd: that amount is 0%, in
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order to get us over our vegetable hump, we are joined by jeff. what is sneaks? >> it is an organic milk shake. vegetables are carrots, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, spinach and beets. it has none of the bad stuff no artificial colors, no preservatives, it's non-gmo and glute p-free and ready to roll. todd: i'm going to ask your son what it ultimately tastes like. >> just like chocolate milk. you will never tell difference. todd: i'm assuming you're not a big vegetable guy if dad had to invent a product for you. >> not much. todd: you are approximately 19 feet tall, if i'm not mistaken, and he's 15 years old. let's see if this stuff works here. [laughter] it works for him, and it really does taste like chocolate milk. this is awesome. where can i get it? >> we're in 2,000 retailers around the united states, the
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♪ ♪ abby: you all have sent us in your father's day photos. elizabeth wishing her father's father's -- husband a happy father days day. pete: happy father's day. todd: and this one is a special one to all of us here, executive producer gavin with his two sons.
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gavin is a great man, lost his father this year, i know it's an especially powerful year for him. abby: coming up tomorrow, kellyanne conway, puppies on the plaza and florida georgia line, how am i missing this? one of my favorite bands. have a great sunday, everyone. ♪ ♪ maria: good morning. house speaker paul ryan set to deliver a big speech on tax reform this upcoming week, but after congressman steve scalise' shooting is the political atmosphere too toxic to get anything done? meanwhile, the decision to send thousands more u.s. troops to afghanistan may soon be announced, and a new era in the u.s./cuba relationship begins. hi, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo, welcome to sunday morning futures. president trump turning aside obama administration policy on havana. where do relations with cuba go from here? i'll talk with florida senator marco rubio about that momentarily, and we'll get his take on the prospects for quick

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