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the scene in london with breaking details this hour. good morning to you, benjamin. what's the latest? >> good morning, brian, steve, and ainsley. it's attack after attack here at the moment. of course, we have seen this vehicle born type of attack used various times. what stands this one out today is that it was an attack on muslims. the police are treeghts it as a terrorist crime. and it's being investigated by the counters terrorism unit here. the attack happened just after midnight muslim center in north london in fun loan. it happened when poo finishing ran dam prayers. they are calling it a hate crime. asking the calm. they don't want more division in the community. stories are horrific. bodies strewn across the road and desperate attempt to tweet t the wounded. 48-year-old white man. grappled to the ground by two bystanderst until police could arrive.
two men are being called heroes. eyewitnesses have reported they heard him say i've done my bit and i want to kill muslims. >> as we came outside the mosque. people screaming. like a horror movie. people laying on the floor. there was blood on the floor. >> people were scared. they didn't know what to do. rob: people really though here trying to lower tensions. already pee some peopl people cs revenge attacks. people coming out and saying this may be an attack on the muslim community but it something seen as attack on everybody on all here. we are waiting to get more details about the attack. what his motive is seems to be unclear right now. brian: quick question, what about the other people two people rumored to be in the car that evidently got away. >> yeah, eyewitnesses said that in the beginning. and there was initial lay hunt for other suspects that appears to have changed. police coming out and saying
they are no longer hunting for anybody else at the moment. they have the suspect in custody. steve: benjamin, just a point of clarification. earlier they were talking about how it was terror, they were investigating as terror. and you said hate crime. so is that where we are right now? >> yeah. of course it depends how speak to. the government and police saying this is a terrorist attack. community leaders calling it a hate crime. worth pointing out one man who died may actually been receiving treatment for another ailment when the van attacked. whether or not he died of his injuries from something else, we are not sure. we are just hearing that as well. death toll curengtsdly at one and waiting to see if that was connected. ainsley: read article that man who did collapse at the bus stop collapsed for medical condition. whether or not he had a heart attack because he watched what was happening and was fearful. we will find out that information as the day progresses. thank you so much for that report. brian: benjamin hall.
first time he we have him doing work in syria and talk about the rise of isis go. to london i had-to-think more civilized area. what does he witness three attacks now in london. one, of course, in manchester and that brutal fire that horrific fire that took place less than a week ago. ainsley: death toll now up to 97 we learned this morning. brian: incredible. ainsley: also, what was interesting when w. this most recent attack in london that happened overnight, there was some video of the guy, the suspect. they put him in the back of the police van. people were outside the police van, that white van yelling murderer. he looks at the crowd and blows them a kiss. steve: as we just heard benjamin say, apparently he said i'm going to kill all the muslims. and according to the telegraph this morning, after he weighs arrested he said i did the job. i did my bit. he has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. brian: meanwhile, five minutes after the top of the hour. one of the big stories really since president trump got elected is russia collusion.
what did they do to our election. last part i'm trz interested. in what did they do to our election. collusion going by the boards. more you talk to people anti-trump as anti-trump can be, there doesn't seem to be any there there after seven months of an investigation. big story last week was "the washington post report where they had five unnamed sources that say that robert mueller's investigation has turned to object destruction of justice. steve: jay sekulow seeming to lead now in many respects the trump team push back on that. ainsley: that's right. president trump did send out a tweet on froon day, and it said i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director, witch-hunt. so the top of that tweet he said i am being investigated. jay sekulow was on with chris wallace yesterday on one of the sunday shows. brian: he was on all of the shows. steve: he he will be on this one today. ainsley: chris asked him the president tweeted i'm under investigation. is that true? is he under investigation? listen to what the president's
attorney, jay sekulow, had to say. >> the president has not been notified by anyone that he is under investigation. that tweet, chris, was in response to the "the washington post" story that alleged that five unnamed sources, anonymous sources leaked to the "the washington post" that the president was, in fact, under investigation. so that tweet was in response to that. there has been no notification of any investigation, nothing has changed since james comey said the president is not a target or subject of investigation. nothing has changed. steve: people citing president trump's tweets are reading more into it than what is there. what's interesting then over on abc yesterday morning the senior pierre said despite what you have heard in et "the washington post," apparently mr. mueller, the special counsel has not decided whether or not to go for obstruction of justice. what he did report was same thing that the "the washington post" said last week, that mr. mueller has expanded to include some interviews with
some senior trump administration officials to talk about their contact with the president. but, and abc says that is true. is he going to meet with those people. but mr. mueller has not yet decided whether or not to go after obstruction of justice. which, when you connect the thing that the assistant attorney general rod rosenstein said last week, where he said late on thursday night, he said don't believe everything you read net papers. you connect that with this. you know what? it looks like maybe mr. mueller has not decided to go with obstruction of justice yet with the president of the united states. brian: as newt gingrich pointed out, the team that robert mueller has put together has many people concerned. great reputation in war as well as the criminal justice as well as the fbi. however, the team that he put together seems to be hunting for bear. you get concerned if this thing is going to be talking about obstruction of justice. trump -- the trump corporation, how big can this get? and then have you everybody lawyering up, including the vice president now.
so it just seems to be a huge distraction, rather than a focus on russia. ainsley: mueller's team includes attorneys who gave money to president obama. who gave money to hillary clinton while she was running. and who worked with the clinton foundation on that case as well. steve: sure, the president himself has a great team as well. jay sekulow is party of it. is he going to join us at 8:15 this morning. meanwhile, talk about this. we told you last week to the horror of many, that the free theater that puts on shakespeare in the park at central park they were doing julius caesar and instead of the traditional julius caesar they had a donald trump lookalike who will be assassinated at the end. well, on friday, there was a woman by the name of laura loomer who raced to the stage and disrupted it she was arrested. and last night at the final show, more arrests. ainsley: it happened again. yet, someone who stormed the stage yelling liberal hate kills. you can see it there he is being arrested.
brian: i don't think it was right when the cast was yelling at mike pence, i don't think it's right when you see a lot of these guys screaming at republicans. just let them do shakespeare in the park. do your display outside the actual play itself. and don't interrupt the play. a lot of these men and women just got the job. they are out there performing. this is the script they got. i don't think you should -- playbook. ainsley: do you have them changing julius caesar a classic? brian: i don't think it's right forth audience to rush the stage. i don't think it's right to scream out in the middle of this you are displeasure with whatever is in that cast. steve: delta airlines was so horrified they pulled their funding. bank of america pulled their funding. american express reportedly pulled their funding from that show but still funds the theater because they felt it was inappropriate to show the president of the united states being assassinated. ainsley: we are curious to see what you think.
send us your comments. meanwhile head over to jillian. jillian: good morning. again with a fox news alert right now. all seven sailors killed on a navy destroyer has been identified. most of the crew was sleeping when the uss fitzgerald collided with a cargo ship near japan saturday night. the sailors were found dead in flooded ca car compartments. still no word on what caused that collision. a u.s. fighter jet shooting down syrian warplane. the u.s. military says it happened after the pro-assad military jet dropped bombs on the fighters near the stiff raqqa. first time u.s. military has shot down syrian aircraft since u.s. began fighting isis in the country infantry in 2014. move could bring more tension between the u.s. and russia which backs the syrian regime. all eyes on georgia for a heated race for a seat in the house. republican karen handel and
jon ossoff heading into the final day of campaigning today. they are battling to fill the seat now left by health and human services secretary tom price. democrats have raised a $23 million for the race, calling it a referendum on president trump. and take a look at this. new edition tnew addition to thd family. mike pence welcoming new puppy after over et weekend this as new cat. former cat or row passed away earlier this month. vice president was also surprised with a puppy named harley for father's day. both new pets are from their home state of indiana. the pence family also has a cat named pickles and a bunny. new additions to the family and adorable photos as you can see. ainsley: they love their animals. jillian: i know i love it. jillian: great too to have a staff help out. especially during early puppy stage. ainsley: puppy training, i have tried it on those sheets,
it's so impossible to do. if you have any tips, let us know. brian: don't do that it's the wrong message. don't tell the animal to go in the house. it's the wrong message. ainsley: it's so lazy. i don't want to take them down in the cold tote cement. brian: can you lower them like a dumb waiter? ainsley: i will try that. we will see. i won't be here. i will be in jail. brian: little harness. steve: congratulations to the pence family they have new bets. today marks 150 days in office for president trump. while he has ax sai has excelles gandy what what about congress. mike huckabee coming up next. brian: we promise he will talk. so some presidents get mondayments and some get airports. what is significant of obama. city county building in wisconsin?
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>> london just can't seem to catch a break. what a tragedy. it's also a great reminder that there are a lot of good muslim people in the world. the fact that they did not just take this guy apart and instead held him for the police is frankly a great, i think, picture of restraint. because i think it would be hard for them to see this kind of horrific attack and not just want to say when the police come to get him he will be in a body bag. credit to them for withholding their rage against his hateful rage and making this, at least not as bad as it could have been. it's just a horror for the people of london and the world. ainsley: it really is governor, we wanted to bring you on. because over the weekend we got some emails from our amazing viewers. and they were talking about how the president -- you know, today is his 150th day in office. they were talking about giving him credit for his record level stock market. unemployment the lowest in over 10 years. they were talking about his wonderful, successful foreign
trip. the paris agreement. freeing otto warmbier and bringing him home and also his supreme court appointee. but they were upset with congress. and they were saying where is their list? what do you think about that? do you think congress is doing a good job? >> no. they really have not measured up to the president's performance. they haven't passed the budget. they haven't passed the repeal and replace obamacare. they promised us for seven years. and they failed to fund the border wall. they have not done anything to help this president implement the policy of getting taxes lower and reforming the tax code. and so, the president, i think, has been a remarkable president. and, looking is he perfect? of course not. there are even things i can disagree with him on. let me tell you what i feel like america needs to say to donald trump. it's very simple. thank you, mr. president. thank you for keeping your promises. thank you for creating a new environment with our foreign friends across the world.
and frankly making some new friends who before you took office, mr. president, were our enemies. thank you for helping to bridge a whole new world between the chinese and the arabs of the gulf states. thank you for repudiating regulations. thank you for creating a market where the stock market is sky high. ainsley, let me just say that donald trump is kind of like a doctor who has sometimes a rather gruff bedside manner. hobby nobody is going to argue that point. he can be crude and he can come across, you know, sometimes less than people think. but, by golly, the patient is alive. and i would rather have this president who gets things donathan one who comes in, he is nice and polite and smiles. but my family member dies in a hospital bed. america needs to say two words to donald trump. thank you. heather: governo ainsley: governor huckabee thanks this morning. congressman steve scalise still recovering in the hospital. not stopping democrats from
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this was in response to the attack the iran's parliament and shrine earlier this month killing 17 people. now upstairs. steve: brian, congressman steve scalise still hospitalized and is now in serious condition. that's not stopping some on the political left from going on the attack. >> it's a delicate thing because obviously everyone is wishing the congressman well and hoping he recovers. >> sure, sure. >> steve scalise has a history we are all forced to ignore on race he did come to leadership after controversy over attending a white nationalist event which he says he didn't know what it was. steve: so, have liberals have gone too far? ehere to debate former dnc communication director brad woodhouse and his brother executive director of the north carolina republican party dallas woodhouse. mr. and mr. woodhouse good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: dallas, start with you. have some democrats gone too far? >> of course they have.
of course, that was the infan must reverend barber conducting that interview from this very studio in this very chair with joy reed over the weekend e that is sortie of a despicable line of attack. but i don't want to sit here and make it that all democrats have this problem all republicans are good about it both sides have issues with it i don't want to exacerbate the problem. the people that are responsible for either saying things that are uncon thennable or conducting an illegal behavior are them and themselves alone, not a larger group and it's incumbent on all of us to try to at times attack the sin, in other words, the policy we disagree with and not the policy makers. steve: okay. brad, what do you think? >> well, look, i think that the judge here is not what some liberal commentators say. it's what is steve scalise's colleagues done. and democrats in the house to
a personal have rallied around congressman scalise. they have rallied around the other people injured. they have praised and rallied around the capitol police. so the democrats in the united states house of representatives have not tried to politicize this. it was the republicans in the house of representatives and in particular congressman chris collins who came out while steve scalise was still in surgery and blamed the democrats for the shooting based on political rhetoric. i thought that was an abomination that has not been repeated by the democrats. he shouldn't have said that. >> as the democrats did with sarah palin on the shooting of gabriel giffords. >> it is not true what he said. if you want to talk about where political rhetoric has gone in this country, look no further than 1600 pennsylvania avenue. you have a president who is being sued right now. he is being sued in federal court for insighting violence at his campaign -- inciting
violence at campaign rallies. steve: i think it was a day after the shooting that nancy pelosi talked, about you know, she took a shot at the president of the -- she took -- she slammed the president united states, let me say it that way, blamed him for the rhetoric problems in some cases and then started talking about sanctimonious republicans. steve, go ahead. >> steve, i have an answer to this that is much broader. that is our system of american government politics is never supposed to be as important as it has been made out to be. we are helping fuel some extremism by people because the government gets involved in everything. if the government stuck to its core functions, protecting us against enemies foreign and domestic, didn't try to tell farmers that a puddle on their land is a 1/2 navigatable stream, didn't try to get into
all kinds of development. this is a place where the republicans are right in principle but wrong in practice and the democrats are always wrong, is that we grow government to a side that all over people feel aggrieved by it government is too big and our political system is not supposed to matter this much. the things that are supposed to matter are our civic groups, our families, our barbecues at home and people figuring out their own way in life and that is a way the government shouldn't matter this much. >> hold on. what you just heard, steve, is dallas' justification for someone bringing guns and shooting at members of congress. >> i am in no way justifying it. steve: we're out of time. >> dallas, hold on. >> you cannot sit here and say that because president obama passed a healthcare law that 25 million additional americans that people are angry they go shoot a congressman and that's okay. i don't know how can you sit there and justify that.
>> i in no way said that. brad and you know better than that. all i am saying is that when far off distant people get involved in every aspect of people's lives, you are going to help engeorge th encourage te unhinged. don't make politics so important. wouldn't it be great if "fox & friends" didn't have to talk about so much politics even though they do it really really well and they talk more about sports and our civic culture and the great things that go on in people's lives and communities by the private sector and let the private sector worry about healthcare. steve: fellows, brald and dallas i think you both said your opinion on this monday morning. thank you very much for getting up early. you disagreed. we knew that was coming. guys have a good day. thank you. email us at foxandfriends.com. some presidents get monuments and some get airport. what national landmark is president obama going to perhaps get? could be a building in madison, wisconsin, with his
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and authorities are combing through the scene. this area of knot london is very diverse. multiethic and multicultural. striking this attack was carried out against muslims. after all the vehicle attacks lately that has stood out. it is terror attack. investigated by the counter terrorism police. it happened just after midnight when worshipers were leaving. area crowded with muslims leaves prayer. end and he he was there waiting for them. muslim leaders have called it a hate crime. they have asked the public to stay calm. hearing horrible stories. bodies strewn all over place. police arrested the driver. 48-year-old white man. we hear when he was pulled down he was shouting i want to kill muslims. >> he a terrorist. >> it was a terrorist attack. >> he wasn't ill, no?
>> no he was not ill and he wasn't drunk. >> he was a white terrorist. >> somebody is drunk. cayou cannot hold them. >> it was a terror attack. >> so people really trying to reduce tensions here in north london as they try to find out more about this 48-year-old man who carried this out. it is another attack in the middle of london today. back to you guys. steve: benjamin hall live in london. thank you very much. brian: a lot of you saw on coverage took place you know what? here we go again. something else in london can this actually be happening. three london major nints london and of course manchester, the country obviously feels terrorized. steve: what a problem. all right, 24 minutes before the top of the hour. jillian joins us with other news. jillian: good morning to you guys and to you at home as well. let's get caught up on a story we have been following. a number of people hurt when a deck collapsed at a christian camp now up to 50 people. two of them in critical
condition. a frightening incident happening during a memorial service glasur glacier camp. the deck felt spongy on one side. police are investigating. gunman opening a fire on crucified people in myrtle beach. the entire ordeal streamed live on facebook. [gunfire] a fight breaking out. one of the people involved pulling out a gun. firing several shots. the gunman then stealing a car. a security officer shooting him. but he still gets away. police tracking him down hours later. seven people hurt, but not seriously. well, some presidents get libraries. others get airports. but president obama could get a county building in wisconsin. madison city leaders saying it would be a tribute to the
former president. calling obama, quote, the jfk of our generation. a county official says the soviet style complex would be the first seat of government building named after the 44th president. a look at your headlines on this monday. steve: there you go. thanks, jillian. brian: very rectangle. ainsley: very cement and gray. today the air force will decide whether f-35s at arizona loop air force base will return to the sky after pilots reported oxygen deprivation over the past five weeks. steve: this as navy training is still at a stand still. back in april pilots were refusing to fly due to safety concerns pushing the navy to order a full review. we telling you about that. brian: former navy pilot leah gabriel joins us inside the training cockpit and results from that review. >> the bottom line the navy is doing a lot to mitigate the risk. the report is there is no solution to the problem.
in fact, page three of the executive summary finding one has quote proved allusive. systems supposed to provide clean breathable air with oxygen. t-85 trainer and f-18 hornet. take a look. i visited naval air station ocean annal for the latest look at technologies being used to train f-18 pilots to handle system failures that have been plaguing the fleet. >> field off the nose there. >> the breathing device allows pilots to experience oxygen loss while flying but in the safety of a similarity. as a former f-18 pilot, i gave it a try. >> we can put this oxygen mask on and slowly decrease that amount of objection concentration we are getting to simulate as best we can exactly what the pilot would experience in the airplane itself. >> all set. thumbs up. pilots could become dizzy, euphoric or even pass out. >> light headed.
severely uncomfortable. hard to concentrate. >> so far it's been very successful in helping people recognize those symptoms before they experience any kind of cognitive or, worse yet, loss of consciousness. >> your heart rate is coming up. you might notice that a bit yourself. >> one training goal to recognize et symptoms and 10 minutes of emergency oxygen. >> one of the reasons for training in the sim later is because pilots are reporting more problems in planes like these. in you are flying in the air in an f off 18, it can be a matter of life and death. in fact we learned more pilots are concerned about life support systems failing than combat. >> i see no problems operating safely under our current mitigation strategy that we are doing right now. >> the navy review released just today, says it views these episodes as a number one
safety procedure and announced unconstrained resource approach to finding a solution. i spoke with admiral bill more ran who ordered the review. >> the system, the aircraft ought to operate the way it was designed to operate. it's up to us to figure out how to get that airplane back to that level of performance. >> now, as you saw in the case of a system failure e pilots have to actually manually activate emergency oxygen that green ring i mentioned even if they're impaired while they are flying. admiral man says automatic system is the goal. if they won't be able to get the t-45 training by the summer it will impact operational readiness. he thinks the navy is close but this is a very complex problem. and it's going to take a complex solution and it's going to take some time. steve: may be a complex problem. it's pretty simple pilots need clean air to breathe. >> they do. what makes it so complex is have you different situations with different airplanes. and you need a system that can create that air while they are flying so they don't have to
lug it around in the form of liquid oxygen in their airplane. ainsley: f-18 was used to shoot down that syrian jet. we need good planes. >> when you pull that ring 10 minutes of breathable air. if you are over syria you can't descend and fly for 10 minutes. you need a better solution than that. that's what the navy says they are working on right now. brian: thanks a lot. appreciate it letter. 18 minutes now before the top of the hour. straight ahead. after a string of revive lent protests in last wednesday's political assassination attempts. even experts are worried that the radical left is a danger to the american public. lieutenant colonel tony shaffer says it's only going to get worse. ainsley: this woman thought she was picking up her dog's toy. she was in a big surprise when it started moving. so did she. >> that's no squeak toy. it was doing hurdles ♪
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♪ ♪ brian: after last week's assassination attempt of multiple republicans at baseball practice in virginia, why is the left just now being called out as extremists some would wonder. vice news ran with this headline quote extremism experts are starting to worry about the left. should they worry more about the left than the extremists on the right? tony shaffer a former cia trained intel officer and fellow at the center of for policy research joins us now. you see some similarities between what's happening with radical islamists and what's happening on the left? >> absolutely. look. you have got a pathology which isis has used very well. have you a very, very radical methodology and philosophy put out, some people believe it that is reinforced by the media. the media picks up the message and have essentially a desense e
sedehedesensitized. you see leaders on the left calling for essentially rising up and allow a antifa. beheading depicted by kathy griffin. a certain population buy into that. become completely desensitized, become completely radicalized and act. if we don't -- again, not the ve is not considered a conservative outlet. if they are starting to see it the problem is very severe and not going to do something until someone does something to attenuate the rhetoric. brian: protesters turned violent on anti-sharia march. who would think people would have a problem with anti-sharia floit america. berkeley riots resulted in
violence. attacked trump supporter outside a rally in san jose. seeing oit over and over again. what about that -- what about the shakespeare play in the park. we saw republicans rush the stage over there yesterday. and what if one of those guys was armed? >> and just like we saw in london, brian, someone taking justice in their own hands. this is the issue. governments responsible for common welfare good and defense are shown to be ineffective people on the opposite side are going to rise up. what have you seen here is the automatic response, force on force of certain folks coming back to essentially create -- to retaliate. so, again, the pathology is clear. if one side begins to act violently you have the other side starting to come back it always happens. we have to understand if the government does not stop the violence on the left, you will see more violence on the right and retaliation. it's inevitable. brian: colonel, you fight in
war zones. people getting way too crazy about politics. it's a different in philosophy. we shouldn't be shooting shooting at each other and trying to stab each other. rushing on stages, it's out of control. hopefully rational people will dial it back. >> hopefully. brian: i didn't think i would have to tap into terrorism knowledge for these segments but we do. >> thanks. >> brian. brian: like to talk to you about what happened in syria yesterday. but today's day 150 for president trump. what's he doing to get congress working? kellyanne conway here live in moments to talk about it. and, what if we told you could eat chocolate banana waffles and lose weight? the guilt-free foods that will make your mouth water. that segment coming up next. ♪ o i'm leaving you, wesley. but why? you haven't noticed me in two years.
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>> u.s. fighter jet shooting down syrian warplane. the military says the action was taken after the pro-assad military jet dropped bombs. heather: america's top tech bosses expected to meet with trump today to talk about modernizing the government's technology. >> this for the u.s. open. koepka, a major champion. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ainsley: straight to a fox news alert. another deadly attack rocking london overnight. >> one person dead. 10 others injured after police say a man filled with rage used that white van too motown worshipers leaving a mosque. brian: 48 suspects now in custody now undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. benjamin hall ois live on the scene in london with new details unfolding at this
hour. benjamin. it turns out the day after another terror attack. >> yeah. brian, steven, ainsley, keep coming. london constantly being attacked at the moment. of course, what makes this attack, which took place just in the street behind me here, what makes it so strikingly different this is the first time a vehicle born attack on musms. become almost used to seeing it the other way around. this very shocking in very diverse community we are at now. police coming out and treating it as a terrorist act and it will be charged under the counter terrorism group. it happened just after midnight last night. just left ramadan prayers. asked the public being here staying calm. it has inflamed tensions in the area. and desperately people are trying to treat the wounded. hearing stories how they came together quickly then. police have arrested the driver.
a 48-year-old white man. he was grappled to the ground by two bystanders until the police arrived. two men who held him down have been called heroes. eyewitnesses have also reported that he said a number of times i have done my bit and i want to kill muslims. he did what he did to hit and kill as many muslims as possible. so is he a terrorist. so at this stage we are calling for calm. >> and video has also now merged showing the attacker apparently blowing a kiss to passers by to the back of the police van taken away. he has been taken to hospital and he is going to be charged when he is discharged. very diverse multicultural area we are in right now shocked by this event. back to you guys. steve: benjamin hall in london where it is
the noon hour. right now let's bring in kellyanne conway the president to president trump. she joins us live on the curvey couch. >> pretty nice. steve: thank you very much. all new. brian: second floor. >> went from a couch to a duplex.
is that a barista over there? brian: down stairs. steve: kelly, what's going on in london we understand from our producer that they are the white house is tracking developments. >> overnight ther with the british counter parts. being treated as act of terrorism. president and his team fully committed to helping our british allies any way we can with the investigation. brian in a way i sense as though the british people feel unprotected and trying to take things at their own hand which is a scary st. john's. >scarescary response.>> feel li. we know how that felt here. you don't want to turn on the news another week and another attack as such. as the events unfold. we will carefully monitor them. it's a great question. people have to decide whether they adjust their own behavior and their life. their lives, their lifestyles
or whether they never allow the terrorists to win and just forge ahead. ainsley: over the weekend we got some emails from our viewers talking about the president being successful on a number of things over the course of the 150 days. today is the 150th day. we got a lot of emails pushing back on congress. saying why aren't the republicans in congress getting on board. giving the democrats credit. they are on board. they are loyal to one another. they are attacking republicans and it's working. what does the president need to do to get congress on board. >> absolutely right. been so much accomplishments, pushing legislation. saw the president in miami just on friday rolling back cuban policies that president obama put in there that really benefited cuban regime. not the cuban people. we stand with the cuban people. we don't want u.s. money to go to the cuban regime. military and intelligence. repress their own people. on friday we had the first white house meeting of the opioid commission. if you filled up every seat in yankee stadium, ainsley,
that's how many people i do of drug overdoses a year 33,000 of them opioid abuse no. demographic has been spared and no state untouched by. this you are talking about economic numbers. confidence numbers. rolling back the regulatory framework. getting healthcare passed in the house. what the president is doing with the congress is working with leader mcconnell and others drafting the senate version of the healthcare bill. they are in very close touch. everybody knows what those principles are around we should remind people every day what obamacare has not done for many americans. in just the last week or 10 days, we have headlines out of five states, maine, michigan, north carolina, new hampshire, you see that and delaware, joe biden's delaware where one of the insurers has said want one third increase in the premiums next year. so we have to remind people why we're trying to solve this problem of obamacare to twin with. but working with the congress when we can. doing things through executive order when we can you are right about the democrats
being unified but unified in opposition. their hash tag resistance. we would love to get democratic votes on healthcare and infrastructure. steve: their timetable doesn't seem to be lined up with the president's. we have heard they would like to get something done in the rear view mirror. they would liked to have had the new obamacare care on the plate and pass it in the senate and now they are saying maybe by the fourth of july, maybe by the end of summer when it comes to tax reform. maybe by the end of the year, maybe next year. >> anybody that moves at donald trump's pace? i have not met them. steve: the problem for the republicans in congress though if they don't get stuff done, they won't get a job in less than a year and a half when everybody is up for re-election in the house. >> i don't think anybody is thinking or they shouldn't be thinking about next year's midterm elections. steve: you know they do. >> they ought not to and here is why. few your job well, you get reelected. if people feel like you have had a positive impact on their lives and you put together the solutions. you put them forth and pass them in the way the president
is doing, then you will get reelected. in the meantime though your point is correct in that washington moves at a very differenpace than a disrupter ad businessman like donald trump who is very used to making decisions in the business world, taking account many i inputs and ideas and weighing the consequences in the actions and executing on them. when he says drain the swamp, it's not just get rid of all the crocodiles in the water that we don't need there, it's also moving at a different pace. so we hope that the congress -- i actually feel very positive that we will get healthcare and passes passed this year. brian: a lot of arm twisting. we understanding this week the democrats might try to stop the entire senate and not show up for work. healthcare deliberations. but the president really say to republicans that he thought the house bill was mean and do you think that that is affecting what the senate is doing?
>> i was in that particular meeting and people in the meeting are not able to disclose what was said there you saw the president after the house passed healthcare reform, the first step, big step towards repealing and replacing obamacare with something better, brian, that he is very supportive of getting rid of obamacare. and having something in place that actually helps people. especially the people, the same ones he is helping new apprenticeship programs, frankly. small business owners, the plungers and the hairdressers and the farmers, people who don't benefit from government sponsored benefits but from employer sponsored benefits. is he there to help them. and no, i don't think that's affecting the democrats. the democrats are still aivelgted by the election results. it's very clear. those who constantly ask will you accept the election results clearly still have not. #resistance hillary clinton plays a game of spin the bottle who do i blame today. and the fact that they get on board is the fact that he is the president and that this is his agenda moving forward, we would love democratic votes.
we have yet to see a single one come up and support the way democratic senators supported george w. bush for his big tax overhaul. brian: president going to make a major speech according to jay sekulow this week. what's the message? i'm going to leave it to the lawyers and five on from here? what do you think his message is, this comprehensive speech is he going to give? >> let the president put forth. let's review what he already said about it that there is no obstruction of justice. is he not under investigation. there is no collusion. it's a witch-hunt. he has made very clear that we have had months and months and months of investigation on top of the fbi, several house and senate committees investigating the same thing. and you have got even -- you have got people even that have not been sympathetic towards president trump. david david like david brooks of the "new york times." >> opening question where would this lead us? >> we are starting to waste tens of millions of dollars of taxpayer on this endeavor. if something there let's hear about it. let the investigation go forward. jim comey testified that the
president was not under investigation. that the president said that comey had told him that three times in the letter he put forward when he removed mr. comey from his job. what are we talking about here really when the president is trying to move on with the policies and the solutions of the day. i think this is part of resistance and the obstruction. >> you talk about how much money is being wasted dallas woodhouse says politics and money should not matter this much. this is what happens when the government gets too big and too much control. yesterday chris wallace was questioning jay sekulow because ho is the president's attorney. because the president tweet i'm being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told mee to fire the fbi director. witch-hunt. chris wallace was asking jay the president is even saying he is under investigation. is he under investigation. jay sekulow said no, no, no. not under investigation. ainsley: that's president trump's personal lawyer. mr. comey himself has said he is not under investigation.
what jay sekulow went on to say that's the president responding to a "the washington post" report that included five aupon must sources. steve: that'sources.steve right. >> that's the president through his significant social media platform, ainsley, telling everybody look at the irony here. steve: have you rod rosenstein saying in a memo released to the press essentially don't believe everything you read in the newspapers, considering they don't reveal the source or the agency or even the country. and then you have got an abc report yesterday, their senior judicial correspondent pierre thomas said that there has been no decision on whether or not to mount an investigation of president trump, which is exactly what jay sekulow said yesterday. >> that's right. he is the president's personal attorney. is he right into all of this. this is all conclusion in search of evidence, it seems. and if the president -- the president has a right to respond. he has a right to defend himself this way. if you were in a court of law. you know, the prosecution
rests. the defense will now -- there is nothing like that here. have you an fbi director testifying in front of -- recall. brian: can i ask you a question. are you concerned as newt gingrich about the makeup of robert mueller's team and democratic donations that are clearly there and their background? >> i think it's relevant information that the public should have. if we are going to talk about transparency and accountability and all the players here, i think it's relevant that people know that mr. mueller's team includes folks who gave significant amounts of money. one person, i read, gave more money than a single mom makes in over a year just to hillary clinton on speaker gingrich says that one of them was actually opposing the foia request for the clinton foundation. that's relevant information for people to have. steve: all right. kellyanne thank you for dropping by. now go back
to work in our nation's capitol. she be there by noon. ainsley: one state wants to ban preteens from owning smart phones. do you agree?
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o. ainsley: they were elected to pass the president's agenda. instead congress still making exexcuses why they are still guided over things over basic tax reform. steve: will this -- here to weigh in host of making money on the fox business network charles payne. charles, does it seem to you that the republican led congress is on the same page as republican president. >> no. because we would have all those boxes checked by now. everyone has their own -- i heard you guys talking about re-election with kellyanne. everyone has their own objective. some are in trouble because on one part because they were seduced by president obama's expansion program. people in red states on that. afraid to mess with it other things going on as well. same thing with tax reform. so, along the lines, everyone has their only -- some are legitimate differences on how you get things done, but some of them are people trying to
preserve their own personal power in their own personal territory. brian: if you are a senator rand paul. if you are are going to be true to your school, it's going to be really hard to get along with jeff flake. >> it is. it is. but we do send lawmakers to washington, d.c. ultimately. brian: to cut deals? >> to compromise and forge the best deal possible. when do you agree that something is awful. when it's man must, then you probably can find a way to fix it. steve: you know what, charles, it's hard for the republicans in the house and the senate to say look, have you got to vote for us because we want to maintain the majority. if they both have the majority, and they can't get anything done. >> it certainly falls on itself. when we came in the question you asked ken harmed the growth. we have seen low yet mat amazing growth in a short period of time. brian: on promise of getting something done. would you agree? >> in part, yeah. absolutely. here is the interesting thing on friday we had consumer sentiment number out. this is fascinating guys. i have got to share it with
youd in the audience. before june 8th, 94.7. just to know that's a great number. after june 8th. 86.7. what changed? >> the comey testimony was on june 8th. so you think about all these investigations. you think about all the foot dragging and infighting. you think about the lack of republicans coming to a full throated support of president trump, no matter what the issue. you rarely get that so you start to get a little bit nervous. you know kellyanne was talking about small businesses, real quick. small business optimism still the best thing out there holding up. >> the guys say small business owners are highly encouraged by president's regulatory reform agenda and they remain optimistic. >> because he could do that himself. >> remain open but i don't know how long. brian: very interesting. tech week on washington. all the ceos of big tech companies. >> ceo of amazon. too. brian: special counsel robert
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near the city of raqqa. first time the u.s. military has shot down a syrian aircraft since the u.s. began fighting isis in the country in 2014. >> look who mueller has hired. one of the lawyers he brought in has such a record of hiding evidence from the defense, the supreme court ruled 9 to 0 that when that lawyer participated in destroying anderson, 85,000 jobs, that it wasn't a crime. but he hid the evidence. he hid the evident enron and four people innocent spent a year in jail. now, you bring in head hunters like that, the first four people he brought in, one was a person who had defended the clinton foundation against freedom of information act. brian: you wonder why the president is getting concerned and people around him are alarmed. meanwhile does newt gingrich really have a point legally? joining us now to weigh in is harvard law professor defense attorney and lifelong democrat allen dershowitz. mr. dershowitz, welcome back. dolls newt gingrich have a point? >> he has a point. i think when you have a political prosecution of a
sitting president being generated by democrats, have you to be caesar's wife. you have to make sure that everybody on that team is neutral, objective, and has a completely clear record. you should not have anybody on that team who made a $1 contribution to the other side. it should be completely neutral. look, president trump understood that when he said essentially to senator leashman that maybe he wasn't suited at this time to be head of the fbi because he was a politician, although i think he would have been very well suited. is he a very strong guy. in a partisan atmosphere like this, you have to be so careful not to give the other side the ability to claim prejudice, and i think they have given the other side the ability to claim prejudice. brian: for example, look at andrew wiseman, he might be the greatest guy in the world. 2006, 2000. 300 to president obama.
james 2008, 2300 to president obama. 200015, chuck schumer got 1500 bucks. hillary clinton almost $3,000. and james quarles. so, like you said e caesar's wife reference, i get it. in the big picture when when it comes to law i worry about robert mueller and james comey already through the fire together. you know the animus james comey has he made it clear he thinks the president is a liar. how could mueller, sterling reputation be dispassionate? >> he can't. especially since he would be called as the first witness by the president if there were a case having him testify in front of congress. the president had the right to fire him. the president had the right to make him stop the investigation. the other witness for the president, of course, would be rothenstein who wrote the memo, saying you should fire comey. so this is becoming very political. when you have the justice department itself being on both sides.
prosecuting the president, possibly. and also serving as defense witnesses for the president. this is just becoming too political on both sides. now, you have republicans saying lock her up, let's put the former attorney general lynch in jail. we got to stop this. we have to stop criminalizing political differences. the criminal law should be reserved for obvious violations of the criminal law that exists not for making political points against your political enemies on both sides. brian: i hear you so that really follows up my next topic. if they call loretta lynch to find out what was in this alleged memo center stage to find out hillary clinton did all these bad things but i will not recommend prosecution. people still scratch their head on that. now republicans are saying i want to get to the bottom of that what's your reaction? >> i think we have to be objective and neutral on both sides. i would be against an obstruction of justice investigation directed against the clintons. directed against lynch. i don't want to see broadening of the obstruction of the
justice statute on either side. and yet what we have in america today is republicans trying to expand espionage, trying to expand obstruction of justice trying to get democrats. democrats trying to expand it to get a republican. who were the big losers? we the american people, our civil liberties, our constitutional rights, the first victim of partisanship is often civil liberties and constitutional rights. brian: can you see how the so anger is so great it can result when unhinged people end up shooting at congressman who just want to practice baseball. i believe it's somehow relate i had. this is getting so out of control. especially when you even have anti-trumpers, like david brooks, the "new york times" say there doesn't seem to be any collusion here. we are going around in circles. >> i will tell you fascinating story. just before abin was assassinated years ago he wanted to meet with me to talk about how the atmosphere in israel in which everybody was pointing fingers at everybody else could result in violence and look what happened the
prime minister of israel gets assassinated by extremist by the fact is he trying to make peace. words count. words matter. and people can be influenced by words on both sides. brian: always great to get your perspective, professor, thank you very much. >> thank you. brian: from tim cook to jeff bezos, all the silicone valley big shots headed to the white house today. what could possibly go wrong. form everywhere mooft cf fomplet assistant to president trump here next. one state wants to ban preteens from owns smart phones. is that a good idea? we report. you decide. can i just weigh in and say yes? ♪ this is crazy ♪ here's my number ♪ call me maybe ♪ how to look like ♪ tting in their way. meningococcal group b disease, or meningitis b, is real. bexsero is a vaccine to help prevent meningitis b
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technology counsel led by the president's son-in-law jared kushner. modernize government services. good luck. brian: what can we expect from the summit? they already got the itinerary. ainsley: director of strategic initiatives at the white house. he joins us now. thank you, chris for being with us. >> thanks for having me. ainsley: we are looking at the left, very impressive, executives on this panel with you. you chose executives to the largest tech companies to help with you this. you say the goal is to modernize government services. what exactly does that mean? what do you want to modernize? >> so, the president is totally committed to making the average person's day-to-day life better. so today is all about bringing the best minds in the country together to focus on services that the tens of millions of citizens rely on every day. that are basic, but incredibly important to them. steve: like what? >> everything from disability benefits for veterans to
getting a loan for a small business. applying for a passport. getting social security information. the government provides literally thousands of services to the average citizen. and they rely on them day-to-day, every day of the year. steve: so if you are involving the tech people, you would imagine that you are talking about things people would be able to do online which currently you can't? >> exactly. one statistic is the average person spends something like 35 hours a year filling in forms for the government. so if you think about that that's close to a full working week for the average person. so, just bringing those online and making more digitally fixture would be incredibly important. also what we want to do by bringing in the best and smartest minds in the country is what else could we do? it's not just about modernizing what we already do, but think of all the services that the private sector could innovate on if we brought the best minds on the country to be on improving life for the average citizen.
brian chris, are we at the point since we have done this before, are we at the point now where the hellos and i really respect yous are over and rolling up the sleeves here is my idea phase is in? >> yeah. this is real hard work. and we just have been incredibly encouraged by the number and quality of people that are coming in so we have representatives of just about every major technology company in the country. we have something like three and a half trillion dollars of market capitalization walking in the door today. we don't keep records on these sorts of things. but i doubt if that's happened before here in the white house. they are coming for four hours of workin working sessions. this is not just a photo op. this is roll up your sleeves and get serious. brian: does it bother you that 95% of the people that walk in today have not voted for president trump and maybe a couple cases resist him? >> we have actually been incredibly encouraged by how positive people are on this topic. they are really enthusiastic.
every one of the ceos is bringing plus one. demand expert. really just thirsting to get involved in this. committing the whole of the afternoon. steve: chris, you know a bunch of these tech guys were really steamed that the president talked about exiting the paris climate accord and a couple of months ago weren't crazy about the president's temporary travel ban. >> well, i think the fact that they may disagree with us on some topics and yet may still be willing to come and focus a whole afternoon on this just speaks to the how committed they are to this particular subject. so, everyone is coming here for the better of the country. everyone is putting aside whatever differences they might have to make life better for the average citizen. i think that speaks to the strength of the topic. ainsley: what does it say for the president who allowed people to come in and sit down with them and hear about their differences with them. >> absolutely. we are willing to bring people in here. we want the best minds. and as i say, we have virtually every major
technology company represented. so, this is about making the country better. brian: lastly, chris, will we get a one page, summary of what each contributed, what comes out of this? >> yeah, we have 10 streams of work, each has been asked to come with a summary. it's pretty comprehensive. we have a full summary at the end of the day. brian. ainsley: i know you are the director. led by jared kushner. today is the first meeting of the american technology counsel. we wish you all the best. thank you. >> thank you. steve: it would be great some of the stuff currently have to fill out a form out fill out on a smart phone. ainsley: do it one time. don't have to do it more and over again. brian: i like filling out forms. steve: you should be very pleased with how it is today. rains ains three hours on tv, three hours on radio. and the family. brian: give up on the family. focus on my forms.
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illegal for preteens a new proposal on colorado would ban stores from selling phones to kids under 13 years old. if they break the law, they could be fined $500. leaders say it was inspired by preteens overusing their devices. okay. this video, have you just quote to look at this. look at your screen. this is hilarious. a california woman picking up what she thinks is her dog's toy. it's a baby rattlesnake. she panics, drops the snake. runs away in terror. her husband, sharing the security footage online. thankfully though she was not bit by the snake. is that a robe she is wearing? i think that's the best party of the whole video. brian: i have got to give credit to the dog. the dog knew it was a problem. german shepherd came over. he just can't talk. steve: give the dog credit. the dog should have stopped her from picking up a rattlesnake. brian: if it was an episode of run joe run from the 1970s or 1960s he would have been there in time.
ainsley: puts it back down on the ground. not holdin holding it anymore. still nervous. we have all been there before. steve: she must be okay if her husband shared that. ainsley: when i see a roach or you touch a roach accidently you are like oh. and you run away like that. steve: there is a bug down there. we believe she is fine. meanwhile janice dean is outside. janice, don't pick um any snakes. ainsley: when you see a bug who do you call do you or does your husband do it. >> my husband definitely. good at fires and large creatures. brian: what about 911. ainsley: not for a roach. janice: how are you dealing with the heat. >> from houston. january i want to show you the maps. it's warm and humid here in the northeast. that's going to spark the potential for severe storms today. really from the mid-atlantic up towards the northeast. we could actually see large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes for millions of folks. okay. you are going to be aware.
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the way to sow chaos and to recruit more muslims is to pit us muslim communities against those around us. so, why not drive acts of eye for an eye, the law if you will and vigilante justice. we have to hold on to our rule of law. we have to hold on to where we are. and use that as the weapon against them which is religious freedom for muslims who are really the head of the sphere as we see in muslim countries. and we can do things in the west that you just can't do in the middle east in fighting these ideologies. brian: the problem is, the law enforcement has shown inability to keep the people safe. this was inevitably going to happen i think in some respects. >> there is no doubt as we look back as to what led to this sense of vigilantism. we need stronger leadership to tell our people that we will lead them towards the advancement of liberty and protection of our societies through british nationalism, but not hypernationallism to
where we start to attack minorities, not only muslims but other vulnerable minorities. so we have to regroup and realize that it's the lack of a long-term strategy of advancing the ideas within muslim communities and around us that will protect us from the radicalization of muslims that is preventing our community from feeling safe and sowing the chaos that isis wants us to have. ainsley: here is what i don't understand. why do you have so many muslims that are radicalized. i know there are those -- the people who think so far different -- i'm a christian. i know there are some people that read the bible and they read it the way that they misinterpret it. there aren't that many individuals. why are there so many radicals misinterpreting the quran. >> well because they propaganda by the islamists, thwahhabis. all of these have saturated muslim thought globally.
we have not done anything within our communities and especially the western governments. we are simply countering violent extremism and not advancing liberty. our muslim reform movement has ideas that we put out on declaration on misogyny, not looked at cowrpght terrorism program. but simply ignored as not part of the precursors of radicalization. we need to start connecting those dots. we also need to start telling muslims that we love them in a tough way and things like the shootings in quebec, portland, and now we see in finsbury are not going to be part of what we are as america and the west. brian: dr. jasser, trying to make things work. thank you very much. >> any time. thank you. brian: he came face-to-face with the baseball practice shooter and. >> i got steve scalise's phone and called his wife. i didn't want her to wake up
and hear the news and not know what was going on. brian: senator jeff flake is here live for his first interview since the shooting. steve: did the president of barack obama lead to progress for black americans? jason riley says no way. and jason joins us next has the numbers to prove it. good morning to you. it's ok that everybody ignores me when i drive. it's fine. because i get a safe driving bonus check every six months i'm accident free. because i don't use my cellphone when i'm driving. even though my family does, and leaves me all alone. here's something else... i don't share it with mom. i don't. right, mom? i have a brand new putter you don't even know about! it's awesome.
steve: many hoped the presidency of barack obama would lead to black progress. but our next guest says power doesn't necessarily mean progress. jason riley writes about it in his brand new book called false black power. the "wall street journal" columnist and author joins us right now live. good morning to you. >> good morning.
steve: you know, what happened? >> well, since the 1960's, the civil rights leadership has really been focused on electing more black officials. and the thinking was that would bring blacks socioeconomically. sleeve sleeve because white leaders were racists towards black. >> that power would lead to gains economically and socially. obama's presidency was really the culmination of that strategy. i thought it would be a good time to look back and see well, what happened to the black masses so to speak in the obama years? steve: we have graphics that show racial gaps in four areas. let's look at home ownership for instance. the top line is whites who own homes. i think we are going to put that up and the line below that, the red line is black americans. what happened? >> couple areas. these are two areas where the gap increased under obama. home ownership and household
incomes was another area where we saw iniquities grow under the first black president. something you probably didn't expect to see. there were other areas. poverty, and educational attainment and so forth. sort of flat lined. there wasn't much movement at all. the point is that even obama as president was unable to close a lot of these racial gaps that we have seen for decades. and i think the lesson here is black political power is not going to be enough in and of itself to close these gaps. political clout is not what blacks are lacking. that is not the basis for these iniquities we see today. and political solutions aren't necessarily what blacks need or low income blacks in particular. steve: if it isn't power, what is it? >> i think really what we are talking about are attitudes and behaviors, cultural traits. cultural capital. whaeconomists call human capita. low income blacks. the development of human capital that is really going to be the basis of closing
these gaps. it's not going to be political saviors. steve: give us example. >> attitudes towards education and work and law enforcement. a black politician gets in office he becomes a politician. you saw obama opposing school choice measures like school vouchers even though blacks need vouchers. they overwhelmingly like vouchers. obama is now a politician. is he going to do what his special interests want him to do in this case teacher unions oppose school vouchers so now obama oppose even though they help blacks. out for only political hide. steve: new book "false black power" jason o'reilly. thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: jay sekulow the president's attorney doubling down saying president trump not under investigation despite what you heard in the "the washington post." he joins us live from washington next.
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>> we have one person dead. ten other injured. >> the man 48 years old. he's the suspect in custody. >> the lack of a long-term strategy of advancing the ideas within muslim communities and around us that is preventing our community from feeling safe. >> for the fourth time in four days, president trump calling the investigation a witch hunt. >> the president has a right to respond, he has a right to defend himself. this is all search of evidence.
>> this is becoming very political when you have the justice department on both sides. >> shooting down a syrian war plane after the pro assad bomb. >> the top tech bosses. >> bringing the country together to make life better for the average citizen. >> this for the u.s. open. a major champion. ♪ ♪ brian: all right. fox news alert. london on edge, and why wouldn't they be after another deadly attack overnight. ainsley: one person dead and ten others hurt after police say a driver used a van to mow down worshipers that were leaving a mosque. steve: the 48-year-old suspect in custody right now undergoing a psychiatric
evaluation. live in london with new details unfolding at this hour. all right. benjamin. >> yeah. hi, brian, steve, and ainsley. you're right. this is the second attack in two weeks. this is the fourth attack in four months. but of course this is an attack on muslims, but it followed many of the same patterns. three of the attacks we've seen here have been using vehicles, and this one was as well last night. mowing down people as they left ramadan prayers. it had been treated as a terrorism attack. the counterterrorism police are getting involved in it. it happened in north london, a very diverse community here just as they were finishing coming out onto the street. and it does seem that the attacker knew what times were waiting. he was there, he revved his engine and mowed them down. police as you say have arrested the driver. he's a 48-year-old man. he was, in fact, wrestled to
the ground by two passersby& ,and they are being called heroes. they held him until the police arrived, which was a matter of minutes. a number of times this man shouted i have done my bit, and i want to kill more muslims. prime minister teresa may responded to the attack. >> this was an attack on muslims near their place of worship. and like all terrorism, in whatever form, it shares the same fundamental goal. it seeks to drive us apart. this morning, we have seen a sickening attempt to destroy those freedoms. this government will stand out extremist and hateful ideolog i. >> and, again, people urging caution. not getting carried away here but the narrative seeking to drive a wedge between communities. back to you guys i all right. benjamin live in london where it's a little after 1:00 in
the afternoon. brian: let's bring in the guy the senator for law and justice, jay, you expanded your résume, and it's going to be -- definitely going to be something at the top of your list. you talked about the president and how this relates to the russia investigation. marco rubio yesterday said best thing that could happen is a full investigation. let's find on you the what happened and undermine the credibility of the special counsel. do you agree with that? >> no one wants to undermine the credibility of the special counsel. but on the other hand, what the president has been accused in the media of doing or through the leaks and the washington post, it doesn't constitute obstruction of justice, so there would be no need to engage in investigation of something if the fact were to be proven, it would not violate the law. and let me make it clear what that means. so as i've said for the last weekend, here's what you've got. the president of the united states takes action after receiving a memorandum from his attorney general, a letter
actually from his attorney general and memorandum from his deputy attorney general. in that letter, there's recommendation for the removal of james comey. he had been thinking about that as well. he then takes action that they recommend to remove james comey. and now according to the washington post theory, he's under investigation for taking the action that the department of justice told him to take. and so this whole thing if you look at it in that way, and you lay the case out like that, there's nothing to investigate. that's constitutional rights and protections under the president's authority as commander-in-chief. ainsley: that's why the president tweeted out on friday that's a witch hunt. i want to ask you. do you trust robert muller? because the people he has chosen, his attorneys on his team are very liberal. some of them work with the clintons on the clinton foundation case. many of them gave a lot of money to president obama as well as hillary clinton. can we trust robert muller? he was also good friends with james comey.
>> look, has a sterling reputation in washington, d.c. when it comes to the individual lawyers that he's named to his staff if there were conflicts, we would raise conflicts. they do that in a normal course if there's a question about someone. if there is actually that kind of communication taking place, you would evaluate. but right now, i think the focus has to be on what we know has happened. and what we know is that james comey when he testifies confirmed that -- he told the president on three separate occasions he was not under investigation regarding this russian probe. that's number one. number two, the actions the president took regarding the removal of james comey from office after consultation with others in a deliberative process, is what presidents do, is not based on which an obstruction case could be based constitutionally. so, again, rather than getting into the individual lawyers, has a solid reputation, sterling reputation.
but what we will do as the lawyers in this case will argue facts and developments if they were to come. if they come. but right now -- i want to be clear on this yesterday because i was on with your friend chris wallis, and he was pushing me hard on this. is there an investigation? and i went back and watched the tape. and his first question is have you been notified of an investigation. and the answer as i said yes is "no." steve: right. and the you know what? the reason he's asking it is the president put out that tweet saying we talked to five anonymous sources who are not going to reveal who is the president is the subject of an obstruction of justice investigation. >> and, steve, abc news reported yesterday that, in fact, their source -- everybody has these sources. not supposed to be talking about anything but everybody is so you went and leaking. but their source said that the termination http: been made to investigate the president.
so abc has their source, meanwhile, none of us have been notified of an investigation. steve: right and, jay, what abc says is they have not decided whether or not to investigate the president of obstruction of justice because they still have to talk to a bunch of people. and they will figure out whether or not they will go in any particular direction; correct? >> well, what they said -- what they -- i don't know what they said because i wasn't privy to that conversation. steve: sure. >> but what i'm -- through the leak of the, again, unnamed source is that special counsel has made no determination to investigate or put under investigation for obstruction the president of the united states. that's what we know. and that's where this matter stands right now, this issue stands right now. brian: newt gingrich yesterday among the many things that he said was the president's furious. he's furious because he knows there's no collusion. more and more you have republicans, never trumpers like david brooks who despises the president who says it's
bothering me we're spending all of this time on collusion when we have to figure out what the russians did so that we can cleanse the next election. having said that, when the president is furious in tweets, it seems to make your job harder. will he say i'm no longer talking about the russia investigation, i'm going to let jay sekulow be my spoke person for this like bill clinton put lennie davis in charge? >> well, look, there's no question about this, brian. and everybody tries to draw an analogy to the process where the president has so successfully utilized social media. but this is an individual as president of the united states has the social media platform that reaches 107 million people instantaneously with a message. so that's number one. number two, i think when you study elections, ten years from now, five years from now in government courses and political management courses,
what the president did utilizing social media will be in the history books as the most successful utilization of social media platforms and communication in our lifetime. so the president has a ability to communicate with a broad sloth of people of 107 million. look, i'm a lawyer. i don't tell him what to write or not write. i'm his lawyer. brian: but why wouldn't you? you're his lawyer. you should be telling him -- every client should get legal advice when so much is on the line. >> well, look, i'm not going to discuss with you, brian, we're friends, and i'm not going to discuss legal advice i have given to my client, the president of the united states. but the president does utilize twitter and social media platforms and, again, the situation on friday that created the had five anonymous sources.
so you can imagine if the president didn't have the opportunity to respond. he shared the opportunity to respond. ainsley: i think he should respond because i got an alert on my phone that day that said the president, obstruction of justice. and you think, oh, my gosh, this is going to be breaking news. and then you find out it's five anonymous sources. who are these sources? and then rod rosenstein saying this could be from russia. steve: don't believe it. ainsley: yeah, you can't trust these sources. >> not only anonymous sources, it was anonymous sources with unnamed agencies. so i mean, this becomes a headline in the washington post. ainsley: you're right? >> so the president responded. brian: and so did you. steve: you know what's going on. when you look at the political atmosphere and the way the washington post goes after the president. they go after him every day. you go to their website right now, and there's 25 stories. brian: and they're not breaking stories, they're picking up the phone. jay, appreciate it.
>> thank you, guys. ainsley: you were interviewing him earlier saying politics and government, it's not supposed to be this big. it's not supposed to be this big of a deal, and you mentioned last week, you know, in a football game or soccer game, you remind the players, hey, it's just a game. brian: also tell them don't lose because of the reflection of your parents, which i think might be the wrong parents. ainsley: and then you tell them you're going to be tired of winning. brian: coming up, though. okay. some presidents get monuments, some get airports, what national landmark is deserving of president obama's name? could it be this cement building in wisconsin? ainsley: that beautiful building. brian: it's stunning. ainsley: and the shooter that opened fire on the baseball last week. and he helped senator jeff flake, the man who had to call the senator's wife is here for his first interview. brian: welcome to new york. ainsley: welcome. thank you for everything that you did. garfunkel (instrumental)
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scalise unable to defend himself. ainsley: tweeting we are in a war with selfish, foolish, and narcissistic rich people. why is it a shock when things turn violent? steve: #republicancongressman. ainsley: senator jeff blake on the gop baseball team, he applied first aid when scalise was shot when senator scalise was shot and called the congressman's wife so that she wouldn't hear it on tv first, and he joins us now. congressman, i was -- he's a congressman. not a senator. sorry. but you had to call his wife. what was that like? what was going through your mind? >> well, i had to acall my own wife as well. but steve was hurt, and i wanted to make sure that she didn't wake up to the news. so i was thinking of what my wife would want to know. so we called her, and she fortunately hadn't heard yet and jennifer was grateful for the call but obviously just extremely concerned. she was still in louisiana. brian: so we're doing the live
coverage like anybody else. and you popped on camera. hey, senator jeff blake is by camera. everybody was amazed that you were so calm. but you said you were able to talk to him when he was there, and he was thirst. okay. he got hit in the hip bad. we didn't know how bad. did you know? >> well, i knew it was pretty bad. he was out there for ten minutes alone. he had managed to crawl off the infield about ten yards into the outfield and when i got out there, brad, also who's a doctor, who's a member of congress, got out there as well. we were able to cut away part of the uniform and, you know, see -- and obviously it was bleeding quite a lot. the way it was bleeding and the fact that we couldn't find an exit wound. brian: knew that all out on the field? >> yes. we knew it was serious. steve: from what we know now from the gunman, it's like he was driven by political
ideology and harsh rhetoric. and we just showed some examples of harsh rhetoric coming from the left less than a week after this man was shot down. >> well, it's just unfortunate. that's all i can say. and i think we've got to stop on both sides and all sides. it's out of control. and i think it does lead to, you know, people just when they see it on facebook, they see it on social media, they see this rancor, and it's with people they associate with, it's just easier to do something like this. and you can't blame a specific person or event or something that set somebody off that i think the combination of it all certainly -- ainsley: why are we hearing from democratic senators when kathy griffon holds up a fake decapitated head? they say enough. they've got to stop. i know you don't agree with
the president, but this is taking it too far. >> some have spoken out, and i'm grateful that they have, and i hope more do. we have that responsibility when it comes from our side of the aisle, and i think it does start with us. it will filter down if we will say that we're not just -- we're not going to participate. we need to model better behavior. we do too much on both sides, and i include myself on that. brian: 20 seconds, do you get you're going to get something done in health care by july 4th? >> that's a quick deadline, but we obviously have to fix this. people in arizona are really hurting. those on the exchange, it's completely unaffordablable. steve: and tax reform. >> i do think we will get tax reform this year. we have to. brian: so glad you're a lawmaker in russia, thank you so much for coming in. ainsley: thank you for what you did out on the baseball field.
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brian: welcome back. some quick headlines now that are going to be coming up this week that we may soon find out, for example, what's going on with the supreme court? they're going to be reviewing the case against the president's travel order. i don't know if you heard there's a little turbulence there. the high court could decide to hear it by the end of the week and expected to be fully briefed on it before the term ends later this month and jared kushner plans to return to the middle east for peace negotiations between the israelis and palestinians. the president's son-in-law and senior white house adviser is expected to arrive wednesday. president trump says he's
committed to bringing his story peace agreement between those two aspiring nations. and that's all i have for now. but now something very important, ainsley. >> the opioid epidemic showing more than 59,000 americans died last year from drug overdoses. that is a nearly 20% increase from 2015. but now the white house is taking action growing a special commission to curb this epidemic. now, joining us now is someone with a very personal message. we have the president and ceo of american addiction policy forum. good morning. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> you're welcome. i'm learning about your story. you lost both of your parents because they were addicted to opioids. tell us your story. >> yes. i've committed my career to working on this
issue because i lost both my parents to heroin use disorder. and six of my family members were lost to this disease. ainsley: wow. how did they get involved in heroin? >> this is not a new illness or disease or crisis. my mom got involved with heroin, a history of alcohol abuse disorder. fortunately, my mom did find her way out of this disease, and i had 19 years after she stopped. but my father never had a way out. and it's a reminder we can treat this disease and there is a path to recovery. >> you think it's never going to happen to me, never going to happen to my family. but then someone if your family has an operation, and they have a lot of pain, and they get addicted, and then that turns into heroin. what majority of the people
that have died in our country that that's their story? >> it's a combination of things. early on set of alcohol and marijuana use can make you more sensitive to addiction for the rest of your life. we have a misuse of prescription drugs to a heroin use disorder. ainsley: yeah, we definitely have to do something about it. i know governor chris christie was named with the governor task force to deal with it. you sit on that commission. you had the first meeting on friday. tell us about that meeting. what can we expect next? >> the forum laid out 63 recommendations for the president and governor cristy to implement a comprehensive response to this problem. and that includes prevention, treatment, and working with our criminal justice partners. we were very grateful that the president is putting a focus on this and raising through the national awareness of this
issue because we're losing 144 people a day to overdoses. that's equivalent to two sold out 747s crashing every week for an entire year, and we're so grateful that they're bringing folks together to come up with a national strategy. ainsley: out of the 63 recommendations, what do you think the number one priority is? >> you know, a couple. one is the change the hipaa laws so that's our families can be notified after an overdose so that we can use that as an intervening moment. another is to train health care, so we make all three medications that are available to treat addiction available nationwide. ainsley: okay. well, thank you so much, jessica. thank you for speaking out about it. hopefully we can change the country so that other kids don't have to experience what you did. >> thank you. ainsley: coming up, on some presidents get airports, some get landmarks, but what is worthy of president obama's name? could it be this cement
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let's bring in former donald trump campaign deputy manager, president of citizens united and fox news contributor david bossie. david, it sounds like the president's trying to give karen handle a hand down in georgia; right? >> that's right. that's a terrific tweet. we need to turn out our vote tomorrow. that is an important, special election that we need to win, and i think with president trump's backing, vice president pence was just down there. i've seen plenty of republicans heading down to georgia, and i think we're going to come out victorious tomorrow. just as we have done in every special election. ainsley: david, we want to get your reaction to this. we had jay on earlier, he's the president's attorney, as you know. the washington post last week said the president was under investigation. turns out those are five anonymous sources. we don't know who was getting that information. so the president tweeted last week, he said i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director. we asked jay earlier is the president under investigation? this is what he had to say to us:
>> what the president has been accused in the media of doing or through the leaks and the washington post doesn't constitute obstruction of justice. so there would be no need to engage in an investigation of something -- if the fact were to be proven, it would not violate the law. but i will say this. the president does utilize twitter, he does utilize social media platforms, and, again, the situation on friday that created the press coverage over the weekend was a response to a washington post story that had five anonymous sources. so in one sense, could you imagine if the president did have the opportunity to respond? he should have the opportunity to respond. of course. ainsley: so, david, he is not under investigation; right? >> well, that's right. he's not under investigation, and that's important for the american people to understand. look, there is an ongoing counterintelligence investigation into whether or not russia medalled in our elections. we all have to understand that, but there's no underlying basis for the trump
campaign to have been involved with the russians. there's no facts, no evidence whatsoever that the president or our team had any coordination with the russians. this is a ridiculous allegation, and it's going to be proven false over the summer at some point that muller is going to come out and have to acknowledge that there's no evidence. look, the president -- we've been under investigation for over seven months now. almost a year, i would say, since these ridiculous allegations first came up. so we've -- had no evidence come up, the washington post and others want to create these stories with anonymous sources from the -- from what we call the deep state. these are the folks that want to do damage to this president, want to try to nullify an election. really, what i consider -- i would say they're guilty of what's charles krauthammer term the trump derangement syndrome. that these people have a sickness, a pathology to them that really is -- we have a
problem here in america. brian: well, let's talk about the president's agenda. the word is mitch mcconnell whether for better or worse is better off without the president's pressure on the senate. duncan hunter was on this channel yesterday and said we put 500 pieces of legislation to the senate. they've done nothing. what do you think th the president's best will be when it comes to getting health care now, tax reform next through? >> his legislative team at the white house has to work hand and hand with the senate leadership. we have to push them along to do more. we have to pick up the pace, folks. this -- we ran elections. we picked up the house and senate over the very fact that they were a do nothing congress. we can't have them saying the same thing when we control the white house, the house, and the senate. we have to push forward. we have to create this legislation in a way to get a
bipartisan consensus on these issues. but tax reform, health care. brian: who are you talking to? are you talking to the senate, talking to the house, talking to rand paul? , or are you talking to senator jeff blake? they're very different. >> you're exactly right, brian. they are very different, but they're all on the same team, and they understand we have to move the ball down the field. we have to have some victories here. just look at what the freedom caucus did in the house. they were not fully supportive of the health care bill. they wanted a stronger repeal and replace bill. the president and the republican leadership work with them, and they worked in turn with the leadership, and they got a bill through the house that they were 80% happy with. that's what needs to happen. we need to have tax reform to grow in our country.
steve: well, you have a job, job, job, it's to talk about what the president should do. ainsley: thanks, david. let's hand it over to jillian who has headlines for us. >> happy monday morning to you guys. we want to give you breaking news. horrifying video shows the moment a suspect accused of mowing down worshipers at a mosque blows a can i say. the 48-year-old man who was pinned down by heroic bystanders allegedly shouted quote i'm going to kill all muslims. the suspect now undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. >> to hit and kill as many muslims as possible. >> british prime minister teresa macon telling me the latest rampage calling it sickening. and traumatic video shows a gunman opening fire on crowded people at myrtle beach. the entire ordeal streamed live on facebook. [gunshots]
[gunshots] >> as you can see in that video, a fight breaking out. one of the people involved pulling out a gun firing several shots. the gunmen then stealing a car, a security officer shooting him, but he still gets away. police tracking him down hours later. seven people hurt but not seriously. some presidents get libraries; right? others get airports. but president obama could get a building in wisconsin. madison city leader say it would be a tribute to the former president. the county executive calling obama quote the jfk of our generation. he added by naming the soviet style concrete building after obama. it would demonstrate the values of the madison community and the county. and a love letter from pamela anderson to julian assange. the "baywatch" star titling the letter why my heart stands with julian. makes me wonder what is the sexiest quality in a man? surely the sexiest qualities
in a man are bravery and courage. referring to the wikileaks founders in the embassy in london. that's a look at your headlines this monday. steve: she's a fan of the wiki leaker. ainsley: there you have it. thank you, jillian. let's hand it over to janice. >> good morning. first of all, we have a birthday real quick. you. what's your name, lady and how old are you today? >> 10. >> we have thunderstorms in the northeast, real quick let's do a forecast. we have potentials for showers, thunderstorms, and even severe weather today, including the threat for tornadoes, so you guys know that all right? if you have a watch or warning, know what to do in your neighborhood as well. we have the threat for some storms across the gulf coast. let's talk some friends. where are you from? >> louisiana. >> what are your names? >> amanda and. >> chad. >> get over here. you have a birthday today? >> yes. >> what's your name. >> luke.
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the military confirming it happened after the pro assad military jet dropped bombs on u.s. fighters near rack a. brian: we told them not to. they did anyway, and they paid the price. for nor, we turn to fox news analyst, four star general jack keane. general, how significant is this? >> well, it's reflective of the tension that's created in eastern syria. what's happening here is obviously we're backing forces that are going to take down rack a,which is the capital of the islamic state. their so-called caliphate. now, i will say for our viewers that most of the elite leaders have moved out of there down to the euphrates valley into the southeast. but what the iranians do not want is they don't want the united states to have an influence over eastern syria. we want to influence that valley that leads right up to the iraqi border. so that is why the iranians are pushing a regime forces to attack the ground forces that the united states is
supporting. they would rather have the regime forces to defeat isis, so they control that part of the can you be. that's really what's going on here strategically. steve: okay. we shot down the syrian jet and now russia vows to shoot down all flying objects in syria after u.s. guns do you understand first regime war plane. so, in other words, hey, united states, you're next. >> no, that's rubbish. they're not going to shoot at u.s. airplanes. they're not going to take on the united states. they have very limited capability in syria by comparison to u.s. capability, and that's just more talk out of them. it's bluster. we've heard it before. brian: i just love the fact that the first time since this conflict started, we're not being pushed around and we're actually taking action as the first time i understand how our fighter jet has taken down another fighter jet in 20 years. let's move forward to afghanistan. the president decided to go with secretary of defense
mattis and put more troops in there. on radio on thursday that he was never more proud of the president than when he made the decision of this power. what do you think? >> i mean, we've moved from obama, who was a micromanager to trump who's the delegator. and it's a serious step in the right direction. listen, most presidents have given military commanders and certainly make recommendations to them what troop levels. but the most important thing is the strategic review, and that is look at the reason first. the reason south asia, it's a breeding ground for radical islam. obviously in afghanistan and also in pakistan. take a look then at the strategy for afghanistan. the political strategy, the economic, and also the military strategy. we have a tenancy also go
right to the bottom line. but truth levels will just be a part of an overall strategy. and then you have to ask themself why aren't we skegged? and what will it take to succeed? steve: sure. and that is framed by the latest news, though, that there's been the second insider attack. apparently injured seven americans. this is something that is so insidious but is almost impossible to stop, isn't it? >> well, certainly we do stop some of it because this is the taliban penetrating the afghan military. and we are able to discover that had are there and that doesn't get to any news. despite the couple of years ago, but i think this is coincidental by intent because the leadership is in the sanctuary in pakistan are very tuned in to what's happening in america. they know that this review is going on and the u.s. is considering more troops. i'm not surprised that they're
trying to influence us over here in a sense that indicate that afghanistan is useless. we've been at it for years, and we can't solve the problem. brian: and we can't solve anything. they plot and plan to kill us. thank you so much, general keen. appreciate it. >> always good talking to you guys. steve: next up on our run down, a second acted for protesters at shakespeare in the park here in new york. they interrupted the play depicting president trump's assassination. what do you think about that? well, we've got an e-mail for you pouring in. we will share them next. brian: but first, bill might refer to some of it without the teleprompter. >> you too, fellas. good morning. more on this warning from moscow that could make things very statistic that we're talking about. we'll explain all of that. they're calling it a war, a terror attack in london. that is breaking news. what we're learning on that today. we'll talk to one of the key
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telling you you about how the free theater up in central park staged julius caesar. here's the thing, though. instead of julius caesar, they dressed the guy to look like the president of the united states, donald trump, and a lot of people are upset about that across the country. but at least three people we know of have taken to the stage in a form of civil disobedience. brian: and they got in trouble for it. they rushed to the stage.
they're arrested and charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct. ainsley: we asked you what you thought at home, so, lynne, you e-mailed us. you said about time we conservatives start standing up for what is an atrocity by the left. maybe they will show it on mainstream tv that we will stand up for the president because nobody else does, including some and his party. steve: on twitter says very inappropriate to replace caesar with our president of the united states. i would be just as disappointed if this happened to potus44 when i did not vote for. brian: and right now i'm not very proud of some of the people in it, apparently they weren't taught for common courtesy. there's a time for free speech. firstly, let the play go on. i don't think you should be rushing the stage period whether you agree or not. ainsley: why don't you just make shakespeare, shakespeare?
why make it political? brian: it's not up to us. you have a creative person write the play. you don't like the play, protest outside but not once it starts. these are just actors doing their jobs. steve: civil disobedience. tell us what you think. foxnews.com. we'll be right back yet some cards limit where you earn bonus cash back to a few places. and then, change those places every few months. enough with that! with quicksilver from capital one you've always earned welcome to unlimited what's in your wallet?
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