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himself to a beer. a neighbor duct tamed him until police arrived. >> rob: finally brats. running of 200,000 bar tab. 27,000 of it on liquor. 75 grand on wine. they are paying them way too much. heather: spent so much money he lost his shirt. rob: see you later. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> voting day in a special congressional election that carries implications far beyond the district boundaries in georgia. >> otto warmbier has just passed away. he spent a year and a half in north korea. a lot of bad things happened. >> there was a murder committed here by the north koreans. >> they don't put people in comas. they put people in coffins. >> tensions escalating after the u.s. shoots down a syrian fighter jet starting u.s. backed forces. now russia says it is going to target us. >> i think that's more bluster than anything else. >> fox news has learned that sean spicer the press
secretary will be getting a new position at the white house. really is a reflection of the tornadic flow of information here. >> senate floor showdown overnight. democrats seizing control of the floor demanding republicans hold a hearing on the healthcare bill. >> leftist rage reaches now an all-time high. >> i'm just saying hunt republicans instead of democrats. >> you are rrnl balanced person. i have to say it's distressing that more democrats haven't disavowed you. ♪ ♪ ♪ hey, hey hey ♪ my heart is lethal ainsley: brian made them famous right here on the set of "fox & friends."
brian: they owe it all to me. ainsley: florida georgia line. brian says they were here. played for first time here live. i was not anchoring. and because of you, they are famous. brian: ready to break up. i talked to them friday night at jones beach behind the scenes. you will see that next week. ainsley: in the middle of editing. brian: feverishly editing through the night. ainsley: what were they like behind the scenes? brian: first i said stop being nervous around me. best friends. very christian oriented. started in christian rock. the success they had is within two years and now they are playing with the best of the best in the biggest show he is. and at jones beach they killed it they had a sold out show. they said that being in the northeast as a country music star is almost like playing in europe. [laughter] because country music is not known to be big in the northeast. ainsley: new york city is as
far as away, it seems, as europe is from nashville. brian: that's the music portion of our show. sadly we have some sad news to start this with. steve: from florida georgia line to they crossed the line. north korea murdered otto warmbier. he was returned last week. remember, he had been detained by the north koreans because supposedly he was trying to steal a poster from his hotel room. there he is right there at his short trial where he begged for members idea. he weighs given 15 years hard labor. and then last week. he was returned and north korea said, look, he had botulism and took some sleeping pills. but he had an extensive loss of brain tissues in all regions of his brain. and his american doctors could not figure out what happened other than he was mall treated. ainsley: that's right. the president spoke about it here is what he said. >> i just wanted to pass on word that otto warmbier has just passed away. he spent a year and a half in
north korea. a lot of bad things happened. but at least we got him home to be with his parents where they were so happy to see him even though he was not in very tough condition. but he just passed away a little while ago. it's a brutal regime and' we'll be able to handle it. brian: if you think about -- i'm sorry, go ahead. ainsley: 22 years ovmentd had his whole life ahead of him. congressman he had royce from california calling for us to ban all travel to north korea. rex tillerson is demanding three other american prisoners come home. young by near tourist group that organized his group, they are saying they are no longer going to send their students to north korea. steve: good thinking. brian: if you think about this, you know the president is enraged on this. and for those people who think well, you know, the president says whatever he thinks and tweets and doesn't care about
the ramifications, when it comes to international affairs, things that impact the country, he was measured. he was keeping his cards to himself. he is going to let his people behind the scenes ratchet up the pressure. because you know he feels for this family. he has had personal interaction with this family. you know that he can really relate to a young man at that age with his array of children that he has had and the empathy that he has shown throughout the campaign. i think behind the scenes the pressure is going to really increase. all i wanted to think about. otto warmbier is an american. we have three other people there. we have definitely going gott to watch our words. think about when they take the country off that country how much tore tore russ activity has taken place over the last 50 years how brutal it's got to be. anything as bad as we will learned throughout the past what the nazis have done with their people and killing fields we have witnessed over there e. steve: when you look at the
comments of otto's father fred he had that press conference very emotional last week where he was wearing the same jacket that his son was wearing, he had praise for the trump administration and what they did. he was not kind, however, to the obama administration, nor john kerry because, he feels like they just didn't do enough. and we were looking at the twitter feeds for john kerry and barack obama this morning, no mention of this, even though many people from both sides of the aisle have talked about what an injustice this was. this fellow by the name of michael was on last night with martha. said, look, he was not, otto warmbier was not a prisoner. he was being used essentially as a political hostage. watch this. >> this kid was never a prisoner, he was a hostage. weighs a bargaining chip. that's how they hold anyone in north korea because they are going to get something out of them. when they captured ling reporter he got down and kissed kim jong il's ring.
look i make american presidents bow down before me. very logical in depravity. i don't know if it's going to change at all. we have known kidnapped people. people complained. nuclear weapons and defiant and there is no easy answer when you are dealing with a bunch of gangsters who are glad to kill their own. ainsley: essentially north korea killed him and sent him home so he could take his lath few breaths and be with his family and send a message here to the united states. brian: think about this. the world super power, best army, highest technological skill, nuclear weapons. because we have a civilized way about us and series of morals and ethics being used against us with renegade regimes like this. the question is what kind of pressure can we now put on china publicly and privately to start that regime which is fed by that country could start really feeling the pressure? steve: frame it the way that michael malice just did. don't think of them as prisoners. think of them as hostages. we have three hostages over there the big question for the
president is what is the penalty? ainsley: time is of the essence. steve: sure. ainsley: if president obama had stepped in earlier where would we be now? would he be living a full life with his family and two other siblings? he was 22 years old. as a parent, could you imagine what they are going through? steve: and not hearing from them. ainsley: not hearing from them 17 months. brian: didn't know he was in a coma. ainsley: did you hear the video carrying him off the plane. no signs of understanding any language. didn't respond to any verbal commands. suffered severe neurological injury and vegetative state. brian: said he had a sense of peace about him when he got home as if he realized he was home. steve: what do you think the united states should do? go in there and bomb them? should there be a decapitation strike where you send some team in after the guy who runs that country or is there something else? we would love to hear from you, email@example.com or facebook us or tweet us
because we are live on social media. brian: meanwhile the president and his agenda? what is getting done legislatively? what county white house do many cases sit and watch. watch as congress goes on vacation or will they? being that they are so far behind normal budgetary process, let alone legislation has to get passed. they are considering not taking august off. forgetting about normal recess and working through it. they have got to do that. ainsley: they are saying they don't think they will reach a deal on healthcare. some are giving the date of july 4th. people are saying that is highly unlikely. brian: don't give up on that yet. mitch mcconnell has not backed off that. ainsley: that's right around the corner. that's like a week away. steve: what the democrats have done is taken apparently that group injustice -- is it called injustice? no, it is called -- hold on, hold on, i'm going to tell you right now, make some notes, hold on a second,''
indivisible. '. ainsley: under god. steve: same group that has gone to all the republican town halls. what they have done is said okay, this is what you need to do. here is how you need to gum up the works of the senate so everything grinds to a halt. their idea is to bog down the group by filing thousands of nonsense amendments to the bill. meantime the republicans are not helping things because nobody has seen it in public. nobody has any idea what's in it. brian: that's what you normally do when the gang of six, the gang of 8, when you want to redo immigration. get a smaller group, working group, the same thing with simpson bowles, here's the big picture. walk into the meetings and say hey, guys, what are you talking about. chuck schumer can walk into the room and say what are you working on? as jeff flake said yesterday i'm not in the group but doesn't mean i don't have access to it. ainsley: i would be surprise
if they say we are going to come back to work for the full month of august. steve: it would be surprise going mitch mcconnell said let's do it. ainsley: senator purdue 15 republicans he knows of that would be willing to do it'. brian: jill january is taking off all of august. jillian: i am? i wasn't aware. brian: no. just saying we need to you come to work. gizelle jill i will come to work. good morning and good morning to you at home as well. all eyes on georgia today'. in less than an hour, voters will start heading to the polls for the high stakes special election. republican karen handel facing john ossoff for the congressional seat left vacant by tom price. and on the night before the big race, a washington free beacon reporter says he was barred from' covering ossoff event and escorted out by a staff. karen handel will join "fox & friends" in the 8:00 a.m. hour. stay tuned for that the u.s. will not back down. that's the message military
leaders are sending after russia threatens to target american and coalition planes in syria. the' pentagon says we will not hesitate to defend ourselves. the latest comes after u.s. fighter jet shot down syrian warplane that dropped bombs nearist backed fighters. a senate floor showdown overnight. democrats seizing control of the floor demanding republicans hold a hearing on the healthcare bill. >> republicans won't relent and debate their healthcare bill in the open for the american people to see. they shouldn't expect business as usual. appear a a he a. jillian: represent ending just after midnight. house minority leader nancy pelosi taking it one step further saying quote, trump carries assaulted on seniors and working families is is indefense sin and republicans on both sides of the capitol know it' i'm going to go back to computer and look where i'm going on vacation.
brian: all right. you have the whole month off. steve: thank you, jill i can't believe. a lot of anonymous sources out there as president trump often points out. >> the dishonest media, which has published one false story after another, they are part of the crupght system. brian: how do you know what to believe. former cia officer with how to vet your news like an agent next. ainsley: great. the alligator learning the hardware not to mess with texas rangers. ♪ ♪ 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.
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we have former cia officer joins us from phoenix, arizona where, brian, what's the temperature this morning in phoenix? >> i believe we are at a very cool 94. so yes, chilly. steve: let's talk about how people should be skeptical about anonymous sources. how would you vet your news source like you would as a cia agent? >> what we would ask, basically five different kinds of questions. the first is identity. can the individual confirm who they are and where they work? which then feeds into the second, access. do they have or should they have -- could they have a reason to have the information that they claim to have? is it, you know, something that they directly have and control? or secondly are they using subsources. that's the next piece we would ask. the third and i think very important is motivation. volunteers when they come to former intelligence officers such as myself, they have all kinds of different motivations for doing that so ego, revenge, money. understanding why people are
coming to you is incredibly important, right? next, corroboration, right? i want to make sure that the person speaking to me that there are others who are clarify and confirm that that person is saying the exact same thing that it is indeed correct. those kind of pieces are incredibly important. the final one that i think is one that is perhaps not really common in the agency but we see a lot in the media is bias. the reporter who is telling us whatever they want to convey, are they bought and sold by this source? do they want to push this source's information? how about the editors and the owners? do they want to make sure wee get this perspective? that's what's important. steve: when you talk about bias, have you got to figure in washington, d.c., when is presumably the source of a lot of these aanonymous reports. they don't like donald trump and will do anything they can to destroy him. when you talk about what do you as a cia agent, where you have these volunteers come in,
you say that generally the information they provide to the cia is lousiy. >> it is. it's basically the equivalent of celebrity gossip there might be a time or a little bit of or piece of truth but it's mostly garbage. steve: motivation for them is to do damage to the president, right? >> i think you have seen this in multiple administrations but definitely seeing it in hyper sort of speed right now under this duration. that'administration can. steve: how to vet your new source as a cia agent. brian dean wright thank you for joining us from phoenix, arizona. stay cool today. >> will do. steve: good luck. it's hot out there. 20 after the top of the hour. what do you think about that? let us know. we saw firsthand how ms-13 is being hunted down in suffolk county, new york when brian went around with a ride along. this morning the sheriff of that county will testify about the deadly gang. first, he is here live and thanking president trump.
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contenders in 2020 with a 74% varvelt rating, brian? brian: ainsley, the trump administration has talked tough on gangs. >> we will prosecute gang members who commit crimes to the fullest extent of the law. and after they have been convicted, if they are not' here lawfully they are going to be depeterred. i have a message for the gangs who target our young people, we are targeting you. we're coming after you. brian: and they did. that was in april in central icislip. ardmore than 40 ms-13 members a third of which were unaccompanied minors when they came to this country. here now is the suffolk county sheriff who is testifying about ms-13 in federal court today. sheriff, thanks so much for being here. what's changed since april 28th when the attorney general came to long island?
>> the attorney general made a commitment to coming here and start eradicating the gangs. that's exactly what they are doing. it's a big difference since john kelly has taken over homeland security, the relationship between local government and homeland security has been phenomenal. a lot of communication and they are actually allowed to do their job now. brian: why does that matter between communication federal government and local, that cooperation should be implicit in their doctrinal. >> it should. we gather on the local level a lot of intelligence from local street arrests we make. right now we have probably '0 ms-13 members incarcerated in the county jail. and we have been interviewing them, taking notes, and some of those notes i'm going to share with the committee today but we share those with home land security. we share them with the fbi. and that communication is very important. and being able to act on that information is even more important. and that's what you are seeing home land security
investigation does now. brian: unbelievable. you feel as though the ice agents have expressed to you they feel empowered. ice in the gang unit, who i had the privilege of driving around with, they feel as though the government backs them up. and it has resulted into the not only picking up ms-13 gang members but leaders on the streets, especially in this working class community over in brentwood, long island. >> yes. listen, the community, i believe, loves what we're doing here. because we're making a community safer. and as far as home land security and ice agents when i communicate with them they feel like they can do their jobs now. we have laws on the book. not allowed to enforce their laws. people talk about progression. that's a slippery slope giving officers teach. brian: everywhere homeland
security given to you your gang unit enable to you be able to track these guys never able to track them before and maybe solve some of the crimes that are out there. but, in the big picture, when the people saw the flood of illegals going across our border unaccompanied minors, they said america, how dare you condemn these illegals coming across, open up your hearts as far as back the vatican, a lot of those illegals turned out to be gang members commissioned to join ms-13 where they commit some of the most brutal crimes imaginable where their weapons are usually hatchets. >> yeah. machetes are the weapon of choice. very brutal, very personal crimes when they murder people and assault them. but, unaccompanied minor program has good intentions. but there is no enforcement of the rules of the program. that's why we are winding up with these gang members here committing these horrific crimes. there is no -- they sponsor families are not held
accountable for these children. that has to change and that will be part of my testimony today. the interviews i submit as testimony are going to be very powerful. you are going to be hearing it right from these kids who come over as unaccompanied minors. it's not me and not another congressman giving stories. these are right out of the mouths of these kids. brian: to continue, what other message do you have for -- what else are we going to hear today if we were able to pick up your entire testimony? >> well, i'm going to obviously praise congressman peter king for following through on his promise to follow through on bringing the committee here to long island. president trump following through on his commitment to eradicating gangs and talk about unaccompanied minor program and big thing for me is speaking about interviews and i will be discussing two of the interviews but i will be submitting ten of them in my submitted testimony. brian: what sticks out with me in the conversations with the parents of the slain and those in the neighborhood they say when the kids get off the bus, they used to hang out on the bus stop and go play sports afterwards.
now when the bus stops, they run home. they're in that much fear of their fellow -- the other gang members, people their own age in their own neighborhood and hopefully that's coming to an end quickly. sheriff vincent demarc co, thanks so much. >> thank you. brian: coming up straight ahead. a stunning development in the obama administration spying on team trump. all the evidence was shipped off to the obama library where the rules say it has to stay sealed for five years. todd piro is having breakfast with friends in georgia ahead of the special election. what do voters hope happen today? that's next. next brian wilson of the beach boys, he is 75 years old today and i think somewhere he is heading to the beach ♪ get around ♪ i get around ♪ ♪when you've got...♪
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steve: welcome back to "fox & friends." 27 minutes before the top of the hour. the president suspect and he wants people in the sixth district of georgia to vote republican. karen handel for congress she will fight for lower taxes, great healthcare, strong security and a hard worker who will never give up. vote today. the about the writes. brian: she is on a bit of a surge too. she was 8 points down and now in the margin of era. ainsley: special election in georgia because tom price game health and human services secretary. the seat is open. we will find out today who will take the seat. let's check in with todd prior .
is he talking to the voters in the diner. todd: this is the biggest election in the history of elections. and, if karen handel loses to jon ossoff, the world will end and president trump will have a referendum against him. however, that's not necessarily what leonard and seangsd think. first of all, let's meet leonard. leonard is a contractor and, first of all, who did you vote for in the special election? >> karen handel. todd: all right. why did you vote for karen? >> she didn't go to college or get a degree. well, she went to college but she didn't get a degree. i love that. todd: that's an interesting point. now, let's talk about the issues that are important to you. you are a contractor and you say education is a biggie for you. why? >> because most of the people hire can't read or write or do math. it's disgusting. todd: math is important when you are a contractor. you want buildings to stand up straight. >> yeah.
todd: let's talk about tax as as a small business owner. how long was your most recent tax return 118 pages at one point. >> yeah. that was in the 1980s and 1990s. now it's down to just maybe 30 pages. you know, it's you can't say pain in the -- todd: let's keep this clean. people getting ready for school and stuff. i'm going over to sandy. no relation to you sandy springs where we are here. >> right. todd: taxes are your big issue? >> yes. we pay way too many taxes. and what we get for the taxes is not a good value. todd: let's talk about the georgia six here. who did you vote for? >> karen handel. todd: why did you vote for karen. >> i like karen. she is not pelosi. she is not the liberal california set. karen has been conservative so
that's why i voted for her. todd: a lot of people saying that the democrat jon ossoff should be running in san francisco as one of those liberals. >> i agree. yeah. pelosi has backed him. they put so much money behind him trying to, in my mind, trying to steal this election. todd: speaking of money, $50 million, that beats the other election. that was biggest spending election by about $20 million. think about that. a lot of outside money here in the georgia 6. is t. all comes down to today. we will be watching. it back to you. steve: todd piro down in georgia. during the debates karen asked jon ossoff a question he could not answer. so who will you be voting for in the georgia six election. he couldn't say his own name because is he not registered to vote there. ainsley: he does not live in the district. steve: he said he lived three blocks away.
three miles away. brian: you would think he would get a lean to. ainsley: is he getting married. so i think they might be moving into that district if they win. steve: maybe. he. ainsley: we have karen handel on the show. we asked jon ossoff to come on the show too but he declined. see what she wants to do for that yearst country. steve: 22 minutes before the top of the hour. jillian joins us with the news. jillian: that's right. good morning to you guys and to you as well. let's begin with this. key evidence on with the obama administration spied on the trump team will be kept under lock and key for years. judicial watch says its request for susan rice's alleged unmasking documents was denied. the national security council dropping a bombshell saying the documents were transferred to the barack obama presidential library in chicago. the government watchdog group also told records are sealed for five years after an administration leaves office. insensitivity in the wake of the shooting of congressman
steve scalise. a democratic strategist tweeting, quote, with the #hunt republican congressman. you can see we are in a war with selfish, foolish and narcissistic rich people why is it a shock when things turn violent. tucker carlson confronting james divine over that message. take a look. >> take up arms. >> no. it is not about taking up arms. it's about coming together and fighting back. >> you know what you? are an unbalanced person. jillian: divine says he does not condone violence: surveillance video shows a man grabbed a woman by hair and tried to kip her. struggling to escape as a man grabs her at a boutique in california. he pretended to be a customer before launching this attack and only left when the woman told him surveillance cam whereas recording it all. he is under arrest. and faces attempted kidnapping charges. wow boys take matters into
their own hands when a massive alligator threatens livestock. a texas man beast before wrangling it with bare hands. watch. >> there we go. >> oh. >> oh my gosh. the 10-foot gator snapping at the men as they tape its mouth shut. no one seriously hurt but my goodness reading and this watching this, you guys are all like whoa. crazy video. brian: putting its hands near his mouth it would bite. doesn't seem like the alligators we know. steve: trying to tape its mouth shut. start with the top where there are no teeth. ainsley: we can handle it. brian: i don't think i could handle it you could call me all you want. i'm not picking up. ainsley: that means you are not a real man. brian: true. alligator you win. have the livestock. eat up. meanwhile to extreme weather now.
a powerful storm system carve ago path of destruction up the east coast. ainsley: tornado touching down uprooting trees and destroying cars. steve: west coast there is weather as well. in fact, they say it's too hot to fly. nearly 50 flights cancelled in phoenix he's temperatures are expected to hit 120 degrees today. it changes the density of the air and so they can't fly. brian: janice dean is on the plaza and it's not dense enough for you to stay indoors. it's just enough movement to allow you to go outdoors. janice: yes, my hair is frizzing a little bit but not too much. indication how the air is. we have a lot to talk about. severe weather across the northeast last night. hundreds of reporters of hail and damaging winds and then we had that reporter of an e-f 1 outside of d.c. also tropical system we any it's going to get a name today out in the gulf of mexico. we're expecting mainly a rain event out of this some winds
it is going to develop over the next 24 to 48 hours. the legacy of this storm is going to be the heavy rainfall over the next several days across the gulf coast. so texas and louisiana, you have tropical storm watches and warnings. we have already started the hurricane season. i can't remember. tropical storm warnings for fehrman houston. another big story across the west coast extreme heat. close to 120 degrees in phoenix, arizona. they will flirt with all-time highs. too hot to fly with some of those smaller airplanes. ainsley: tomorrow is the first day of summer? janice: tonight. officially tomorrow will be the first day of summer. steve: we have crazy weather that moved through the area last night. our lights were knocked out two hours to the neighborhood. thanks to my generac generator we had energy while the rels of the neighborhood suffered. ainsley: come to your house next blackout. steve: it happened okay. ainsley: "the washington post
is trying to help exobama staffers live in a trump world. seriously? steve: i guess so. brian: they look so happy. steve: special counsel investigating russia hired getting witnesses apparently to turn on their friends. what could that mean for the investigation? all rise, judge nawnts is here with jillian and is he coming up next. ♪ who are you ♪ who who, who who? ♪ who are you ♪ l expenses. he's ok! unitedhealthcare
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exchange for something. ainsley: how is this going to impact the russia probe here to weigh in on this is judge andrew napolitano. they hire this big bulldog attorney who specializes on getting to you turn on your friends. if you have never been questioned before you could go to jail if you don't tell me what we are looking for. >> first of all, good morning. what we are talking about, this is not a conversation that would happen between mr. wiseman and, let's just say general flynn. it would happen between mr. wiseman and general flynn's lawyers. they are all familiar with a procedure as offensive as it may sound, it is common practice in law enforcement all over the country. state and federal. for the government to indict somebody at the bottom of the totem pole for a half dozen crimes there is evidence to justify the indictment. and then to trade that person's testimony in return for dismissing some of those indictments or asking a judge to sentence a lot lighter. so let's just suppose and i
think this is a very well grounded theory, that the fbi had a transcript of general flynn's conversation with ambassador kislyak at the time they were questioning general flynn he didn't know they had the transcript and he lied to them. i don't know that he lied but giving this to you as a supposition. generally accepted in the law enforcement community. then go to the lawyer and say we can indict your client for lying to fbi agents. it's five years per lie. and we have this conversation here in which we think there is a half a dozen of these or your client can cooperate with us and testify against somebody else. i know you are going to ask me who that is. steve: bigger fish. >> only indict him for one or not at all. that is standard operating procedure in -- brian: the president is saying mike flynn, make sure -- we won go. reach out to these other countries and russia is one of the people on the list. what's the problem with that? >> in my view and i only saw the portions of the transcript that we you a saw, that the "the washington post" revealed.
this is the selective masking. this is what began the controversy about our knowledge of masking. even though masking -- unmasking has been going on for a while. somebody unmasked, opened up to the public selected portions of that conversation to make the general look bad. a small portion. we don't know what else he said. the conversation is not the crime. even though some of what he said that we saw was odd. the crime was lying to the fbi. did he lye about it to the fbi? we don't know that he did. if he did, that's a sword that they can hang over the general's head about the testimony probably about the president. can the president be indicted? no. not while he is sitting president. it would form part of a report. bob mueller would send teeth house of representatives. steve: how about that story that jillian just did how judicial watch has sued to get the documents regarding the unmasking of different people obama administration and now apparently all of those documents are at the obama
library and sealed for five years. >> you will see major litigation over that. this is a serious threat to the remust be biblical if a president or his team used raw intelligence data for political purposes and found a way to hide it so the public couldn't hide it i didn't know the obama library existed is it a vault underneath michigan avenue in chicago? steve: don't know yet but somewhere. brian: pay most of my certificates are in the kilmeade library. >> how many volumes now. brian: huge. beyond description. violent left wing protesters forcing graduates to move miles away. should they had be considered a terror group? steve: "the washington post" stuck in the past profiling former obama aides with daggers to their hearts about the trump presidency. kristin tate said it's more proof of the beltway bubble. it's pathetic and she, as you can see, is coming up next. good morning. >> how are you? ♪ i play my part
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published. >> "the washington post would spend time on melting snowflakes while there are so many critical issues worthy of coverage. healthcare reform tax reform. ainsley it's not that surprising. "the washington post has been flagrant in its bias. it doesn't try to hide anti-trump narrative anymore. what this recent story really shows is how out of touch "the washington post is with ordinary americans. i mean, the vast majority of working people in this country, especially in middle america couldn't care less about how former obama staffs are feeling. i mean, we don't care ifer there upset or sad. we are busy working for our paychecks and we want to get real news. but, unfortunately, the journalists at "the washington post" are so entrenched in absurd d.c. bubble don't understand that and all they know is washington elite. ainsley: it s. it time for folk who didn't vote for president trump to get on board and give him a chance? >> try to understand his supporters.
his supporters make up half of the country there is a reason why only 32% of americans trust the media. i think that number is so low because middle americans don't see their values reflected in the media. ainsley: you know what's interesting. if you read the article, there is a few examples of people who used to work for president or work in his administration president obama. you have wendy cutler dagger in her heart. ben rhodes a speech writer for him saying that trump's cuba policy that his supporters should be embarrassed and held accountable. there were many people who felt like they suffered during those 8 years when president obama was in office. but you didn't see them running to get coloring books and bubbles and therapy dogs. you didn't see them complaining or "the washington post" wasn't reporting that. >> because they were busy working. i see into serious effort from the journalists at "the washington post" or other outlets like the "new york times" to try to understand or get to know middle america. there seems to be this elitist attitude that the only places in the country that matter are the coasts. it's that exact smug attitude
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the floor, demanding republicans hold a hearing on the healthcare bill. >> leftist rage reaches now an all-time high. >> i'm just saying hunt republicans instead of democrats. >> you know what? you are unbalanced person and i have to say it's distressing that more democrats haven't disavowed you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ rocking inside out ♪ we going to rock this town ♪ make them scream and shout ♪ let's rock ♪ rock. brian: brian setzer from massapequa. great to see tucker carlson after appendicitis.
and heart burn after mr. divine. steve: after what happened? alexandria, virginia had the #hunt republican congressman. huh? brian: he thought that was responsible. steve: just a little crazy. ainsley: guy who does interviews on top of his head? very casual guy. brian: i don't know where i put them. let me check the monitor. steve: talk a little bit about giving the harsh rhetoric some of the unusual things that bernie sanders and elizabeth warren said last night on a facebook live telecast. we will talk about that in a minute. in the meantime our lead story otto warmbier, the 22-year-old from the university of virginia has died. ainsley: wow, gosh. this story -- we interviewed his parents when they hadn't heard in from him in 17, 18 months. is he in north korea traveling on a college trip. tries to take a propaganda poster, and is thrown in prison, and apparently they beet him to death. he comes back to the u.s. in a coma, in a vegetative state
and died yesterday at 2:20 p.m. brian: this outlaw regime has to be unearthed, stopped, and this leader has got to be taken out. the president might have the same feelings but did he not express that yesterday. he was measured and he was solemn. listen. >> i just wanted to pass on word that otto warmbier has just passed away. he spent a year and a half in north korea, a lot of bad things happened. but at least we got him home to be with his parents where they were so happy to see him even though he was in very tough condition but he just passed away a little while ago. that's a brutal regime, and we'll be able to handle it. steve: big question is what did the north koreans do to him? they said he had extensive loose of brain tissue in all regions of his brain. you know, they also said, according to the north koreans
he had a combination of botulism and he took some sleeping pills. botch limbotulism can be treated and overdose can be reversed. clearly what was going on the north koreans did not want him to die in heir custody so they returned him. he had been -- let's not kid ourselves. he wasn't just a prisoner. he was a hostage. so says one of martha's guests last night. listen. >> this kid was never a prisoner. he was a hostage. he was a bargaining chip. that's how they hold anyone in north korea because they are going to get something out of them. when they captured that ling reporter they had bill clinton get on plane and kiss jom jong il's ring and say look i make american presidents bow down to me. kidnapped people for many, many years and people complained. they have nuclear weapons and they are defiant and there so no easy answer when you are dealing with a bunch of gangsters who are glad to kill their own.
ainsley: it's hard to watch that video. is he in there crying pleading for them to let him go. tried to take a poster. brian bible we are not even sure did he. ainsley: tried to take a propaganda poster. that's how they treat him. he is crying thinking this is a communist country. what are they going to do to me? brian: what kind of tourists in north korea. why did you sign up for it. i certainly don't blame him for doing it i can't believe there is even a way to get there if you are not dennis rodman. steve: he was studying in china. there was apparentry this tourist company said we will give you a five day tour of nek, you want to go? he signed up for it. brian: general jack keane says our patience with china is going to run out here if china doesn't get some noticeable results. if they don't change the behavior of this regime our major diplomatic and economic sanctions is coming through china's -- through there. get to north korea's attention. we have to sanction china which, of course, has ramifications. ainsley: what's scary about this it could happen to any of
our children. steve: i don't let my kids go to north korea. ainsley: this kid is so innocent. he didn't do anything wrong. is he just mischievous, 22 years old. i think about my daughter if she came home in a vegetative state, you work so hard to give your kids the best life. they probably worked really hard to give him the money to go over to travel abroad and learn. this is how he comes home. this is what they do to him? we need to fight back. steve: ainsley, keep in mind, there are three other hostages being held by north korea. ainsley: rex tillerson is saying we need to get them back and hopefully we will fight back after that. steve: what is the penalty? we have three hostages, americans in north korean custody right now. we asked you what the president and his administration should do. kevin responded on twitter writing: hit them with every travel restraint and economic sanction we can possibly hit them with. '. ainsley: susan on facebook says first make sure all others are brought home safely. then send in the navy seals and let them have a field day.
charge kim jong un with' war criminal. brian: he does feel hits on him. he does think he is going to be taken out at any moment. is he like many oppress he had leaders going to have hell to pay for what he has done in the country. steve: he has he got to worry about the americans. he has got to worry about the chinese as well. jeff riff, mr. president, of the time has come to deal with north korea released mad dog. brian: not easy dealing with south korea at this moment. new leader there wants to be closer to china than us, perhaps. that thad missile system do more environmental test before we set up the missile protection system that we were giving them fora billion dollars. and setting up for free. so that's going to be a bit of a challenge in the area. ainsley: i'm with congressman royce. i think we should ban anyone from going to north korea. why anyone would want to go there is beyond me. we are talking about banning people from cuba. north korea, we need to ban people from going there to
keep people safe. this is what they are going to do with someone that barely does something wrong in north korea. imagine if you really committed a crime there. steve: what do you think, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. bernie sanders and elizabeth warren showed up on facebook live last night. they had some interesting things, resist clearly the message. but given the' atmospherics after the congressional baseball shooting, the consensus in washington and around the political world is to tone down the rhetoric. big question is, for democrats, where is the line? what if somebody said act in an unprecedented way or fight back in every way while the other side is harming millions of people, well, that's what bernie said last night. >> we got to stand up and fight back. we have got to be involved in the political process in a way that we have never been before. because what is happening now in washington is unprecedented.
you have got to, mary, act in unprecedented things. think big. brian: on the face and in front for the democratic party on some level republicans rejoice. because of everything they back fails. she is even to have a fight for reelections. bernie sanders supports a candidate. they go nowhere. people like the idea of bernie sanders, but when they hear his ideas, they realize they are impractical and there is a reason why he has not accomplished anything as a congressman or a senator. steve: just the fact that he says while the other side is harming millions of people, that's the kind of harsh rhetoric that you know, where is that leading? brian: you would think that after someone shot congressional g.o.p. congressman who just practicing baseball and the guy did it in the name of bernie sanders essentially, you would think they would be radioactive to do anything, to bring up any type of aggressive language. clearly not taking that to heart. ainsley: how many days has it been? not even a week. ' tomorrow is a week.
steve: 10 minutes after the top of the hour here in new york city. jillian takes us right now i believe down, to where, georgia? >> that's right. good morning to you guys. let's begin with this fox news alert right now. the polls are open in georgia. voters making their pick in the high stakes special election. republican karen handel facing democrat jon ossoff for the congressional seat left vacant by health and human services secretary tom price. president trump
weighing in on twitter this morning. you can see right here saying, quote: karen handel for congress. she will fight for lower taxes. great healthcare, strong security. a hard worker who will never give up. vote today. he also added, quote: democrat jon ossoff who wants to raise your taxes to the highest level and is weak on crime and security doesn't even live in district. now republican candidate karen handel will join us live on "fox & friends" in the next hour. so stay tuned for that. the u.s. coast guard is questioning the crew on board the cargo ship that slammed
into a u.s. navy destroyer. they will also interview the uss fitzgerald crew and gather electronic data and ship tracking information from both vessels. japan's coast guard is investigating why it took nearly an hour to report the collision. that left seven american sailors dead. a senate showdown overnight. democrats seizing control of the floor. demanding republicans hold a hearing on the healthcare bill. >> republicans won't relent and debate their healthcare bill in the open for the american people to see. they shouldn't expect business as usual. >> the talk-a-thon ending just after midnight. house minority leader nancy pelosi taking it one step further saying, quote: trump care's assault on seniors and working feadges is indefensible and republicans on both sides of the capitol know it and how about this? earth may no longer be one of kind. nsa announcing the discovery
of 219 ensuspected planets outside our solar system. the figure includes 10 that are just like earth. the space agency says they are rocky like earth and they exist in their solar system's goldie lock zonal which means they are neither too hot or too cold for liquid water to exist. fascinating. brian: are there people? >> i'm not sure i can do research. steve: they do have starbucks. brian: can't go into starbucks unless have you some type of money. steve: probably have some form of currency. brian: see about real estate. steve: 219 other planets just like earth. brian: we have to go with what the scientists say. we don't have their telescopes. we have to go on their word. they could be making stuff up every day. i have an idea. let's say we have a planet like earth. it's rocky with starbucks. steve: brian kilmeade #fake planet. brian: i'm saying there is a chance. he wants to run for president 2020. i guess you can call this
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brian: the g.o.p. has reforms at a stand still and democrats not getting along. some lawmakers propose skipping august recess getting some work done. is this a good idea? here to weigh in' house services community member david can you say to have. you say don't rush to stick around in august. at what point what would you like to see done that would allow you with a clear conscious to take off in august? >> i would like to see us get healthcare done. we need to come back from the senate. we knee leader mcconnell has said he suspects we have it back or they will pass it in the senate by july the 4th. if they do pass it by july the 4th. that gives us a chance to get it done in the house by the end of july. brian: in conference? >> in conference.
brian: then they will hammer it out two different plans. senate democrats are beside themselves. they said this is a top secret process. we are going to shut down government. stop showing up to work and prevent you guys from doing anything to prevent them from doing any work if this continues. what's your reaction to that? >> you know, this bill was passed almost six years ago, i'm talking about obama. so for the last five, six years we have known since republicans have taken control of congress that we wanted to repeal and replace obamacare. we is k. now finally do it we have the house, the senate and president trump. everybody knows what the score has been we passed what we passed out of house. the senate has got it let's go ahead and let the senate pass their bill by july the 4th as mitch mcconnell said. get it back so we can vote on it get it done by the end of july. brian: congressman mcconnell was beside senate is letting us down. giving them ton of legislation it has stopped there you have
passed 100 bills. and president obama 107 into lie. do you have the same frustration with the senate? >> that's an excellent point because you look at the numbers that you have cited so the house has passed more bills through july -- june 20th, if you look at the same point of obama, president bush, president george h.w. bush, president clinton more bills passed. president trump has signed more bills into law at this point in time. i think we had been very productive. brian: so you are saying hold on to august for now but if they cannot get the healthcare done. if you cannot get started at least on tax reform, you say we should probably -- you guys should stick around in august. that means democrats have to stay, too. >> we have to be very productive in the month of july. budget reconciliation get the budget done. brian: you are way behind on that. >> so let's see what all we can get done in july. i think that we can be productive. but i bet if you talked to a number of my fellow members,
both in the house and the senate, they would say if for some reason we can't get it done, then we'll stay some or part of august. but, you know, you talk about august recess. recess is. brian: i know you are going to be homeworking hard. >> if we are not in washington, we are going to be back in our home districts meeting with constituents and going to various events. brian: tom price's seat in georgia with ossoff and handle too close to call. >> you know it is very close. one thing to look at is in early voting, the republican numbers have been up in early voting especially as compared to the primary. so i think karen handel has a really good chance. we will know more tonight. i'm proud of the effort that she has put forth. the most expensive congressional race in history. brian: congressman, good to see new personal. congressman david kustoff. >> thank you so much for having me. brian: one of the biggest elections ever. this morning we learned millions of votes may have been illegal. their violent left wing
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that is how much rates are increasing for the last obama insurance everywhere for iowa. medicine green statewide but only with a steep hike. steve? steve: thanks ainsley. a college in washington state known as antifaf. had to move. should it be considered a domestic terror group? the author of no campus for white men, the trans for immigration of higher education into hateful indoctrination joins us right now. scott grier is also the deputy editor of the daily caller. scott, good morning to you. >> good morning to you. steve: what happened up at this college? >> well, there has been a lot of controversy brewing over the last few months. there is a professor there who opposed a day that called for all white students and faculty to leave. it's called a day of absence. he thought it was a stupid idea that it was actually just
enforcing injustice and oppression. rather than fighting. instead it set off a bunch of student protests where students were threatening professors and this professor in particular who was forced off campus. wasn't allowed to teach his usual course on campus because of threats towards him. now, originally the left wing students were new england themselves. anti-fasc short for anti-fascist. groups big on the west coast. particularly in washington and orgaoregon have gotten involved. group on campus hearsed and intimidated by anti-fasc protesters. steve: had to move the graduation 30 miles away from campus sad commentary on what's going on. you just mentioned all started with confrontation with a professor. this is how the "new york times" said. it started with a suggestion that white students and professors leave campus for a day, a twist on a tradition of black students voluntarily doing the same.
the a professor objected and argument with a loud and profane group of protesters outside his classroom soon rocketed across the internet. since they are talking about it, we thought we would show it to folks. here it is. >> this is not about you. >> i'm speaking all about him. >> on terms of white privilege. it's not a discussion. you have lost that one. >> you said some racist. >> did i not. i did not. >> tell these people [bleep] get the [bleep] out. >> history could give it in the direction of the values that you are standing here for. >> yeah, resign. >> what? >> resign. >> hey, hey, ho, ho ♪ got to go. steve: that's how it started and teamed one anti-fascist group. >> they have harassed and intimidated people all throughout the west coast. college particularly at u.k. berkeley. there is now basically no conservatives can speak there after the february riot when
myelo'''mile' spoke. evergreen state matter the national attention it has received. and they believe that there is violent racists afoot on very left wing campus which is ridiculous. steve: scott, should it be considered a domestic terror group, this anti-fasc? >> by all accounts it should be. because this is a group that use different terror tactics from isis and islamic militant groups. instead of bombs and guns they use bricks and bike locks to intimidate and oppress civil. this is a group celebrates and legilegitimizes violence anyone they sees a a fascist. they have a very broad definition of fascist since they are going to target progressive professor.
steve: scott grier thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. steve: what do you think about that? email us. a stunning development in the case of the obama administration's spying on team trump. the evidence everybody wants to see it got shipped off to the obama library where we can't see it for five years. what do you think about that? and the polls are open in georgia's sixth district where todd pyrois talking with some of the voters in sandy springs, georgia. towed, good morning. >> good morning. yes we are serving up waffles and pancakes and talking to voters like you said in the georgia six. is this the referendum that the democrats say it is against the president if karen handel loses or is it just another election with a whole lot of money pouring in to the democrats? jon ossoff. we will answer those questions with these fine folks when "fox & friends" comes back ♪ give it a whirl ♪ we going to rock ♪
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♪ ♪' running down the dream ♪ that never would come to me ♪ working on a mystery. ainsley: today's a big day especially for the state of georgia. special election today between republican karen handel and democrat jon ossoff and we have todd prio todd piro down ar talking with diners to find out who they are voting for and why. todd: we are talking to people here in the georgia 6 which is an election we said multiple times has seen the most amount of money poured into it mostly from outside sources. i think the total is $50 million for this house of representatives special election. that beats the most expensive house election by about $20 million. so, we're talking to people about what they think about that. first, we're going to start off with chris. chris is a property manager. chris, what do you think about all this money that's pouring in? >> well, good morning.
i believe that the georgia voters can see clearly how to make up their mind and not have, you know, outside influences tell them what to think or what to vote. you can put out all the signs you want and all the ads. but people in georgia, i think, will make the right decision and i'm for karen handel. i'm for her. todd: you are one of 140,000 people who has voted early. today the election where people are going to the polls. what do you think specifically, what happens if karen handel loses? do you think that is going to be a referendum against the president? >> it will be a disappointment for the republicans here in the state of georgia. and but the trump administration, i think, will be able to clearly see their way forward with their plans for our future which is the plan that i am in favor of.
>> you did vote for trump like you told me off camera? >> yes. we went to the inauguration and. todd: oh, wow. >> we are 100 percent behind donald trump. todd: quickly before i get to your wife. what is the number one thing you think the president has done best so far? >> wow, that's the best, i think is to focus on the military aspect of our country. and to. todd: increase our standing in the world is what is he doing. >> yeah, i think that's an area i'm proud to be an american about. todd: we are all proud. we are proud of you. thank you, sir, for your time. go to jeanne. you are a big "fox & friends" fan. >> yes i am. steve: you are also a physician. who did you vote for? >> karen handel. we voted early. we were shocked at the intensity of interest that we are seeing. this is a week ahead of the actual election that we vote he had. and we stood in a line for an hour and a half.
and nobody was leaving that line. everyone intensely wanted to be there to vote. todd: what do you think about all the money? >> it's upsetting that so much of it has come from places like california. that makes me feel like some of the people who are giving the money think that the person who is going to be elected will support their agenda, their california agenda as opposed to the georgia agenda. todd: i'm going to ask you now, as a physician, you voted for president trump. >> yes. todd: what are your thoughts on obamobamacare and do you thie president can get rid of it? >> i think they have to. unfortunately i think now the onus is on the republicans to do something about it, even though it was a legislation that was passed completely on the partisan basis as everybody knows. but the biggest problem about it, the biggest problem is no matter what they say there is not access to care.
temporarily my husband and i -- i was between positions and i had to get healthcare. i had to buy healthcare, and we were paying over 23,000 a montover$2,000 a month for $6,00 deductibles. i told my husband we cannot afford to get sick. that's the situation so many people are in. if you are a person that's struggling, you know, to pay for' fuel and for your kids' education and for groceries on the table, and you have a tremendous amount of money that you have to pay for your premium and then have you a deductible of 4,000, 6,000, $8,000, you don't have access to care. and that's very disturbing. todd: jeany, thank you, we will quickly go to your sister. i'm going to step out and get cozy with my friend cathy. cathy, give you only a little bit of time. you are not from the georgia six. you are from florida. you came up here today just
for this special election. why? >> my sister called me and she said she had a ticket for me. so i'm happy to come up. todd: tickets for election. i didn't know they did it for election. as an outsider. '''' seeing all the outsiders what did you think of this. >> i was very interested to find out hot money was going to. because initially it sounded like it was all going to ossoff. and as i have looked further it, looks like just as much money is going to karen handel. so, that's very -- todd: that can be bourn out in the polls. it's a neck in neck race. who knows, if it's close, the recount and all that other stuff, don't want to put the cart before the horse there who did you vote for in the presidential election. >> i voted for donald trump. todd: why? >> i have been for donald trump from the beginning foreign minister from the time he came down the elevator, escalator. i was impressed with the idea that he was going to fund his own campaign and he was wanting to build a wall and that he was not going to be
accepting money from outsiders so, therefore, he would not be susceptible to all the lobbyists. todd: but in our discussion earlier you said you can't stand the way he is being treated in the media, talk about that. >> i'm so concerned about the media because they are lying. and now lies have become legitimate sources of information. and that's very upsetting. todd: we want to thank you all for being here so early to be with us on "fox & friends." be obviously a big day here in the georgia six. we thank you for starting your day with us and thank you out there for starting your day with us. we will keep you posted. a huge day here in georgia. guys, back to you. steve: todd, has everybody early voted? have you found anybody who is still going to vote today? todd: steve that is amazing question. 140,000 people have early voted. every single person we have spoken to has early voted as well. that said 210,000 people sort of the average for a midterm. so you have to think with an election that has so many attention on it there are people going to be going to
the polls today, yeah, 140,000, everyone we have spoke to has already voted. ainsley: waited hour and a half in line even though it wasn't a dave voting. it was early voting. steve: all all the commercials telling to you vote, vote, vote. people are going to vote. brian: hey, jillian. jillian: they probably won't have many long lines today. if you want to go out and vote in georgia it's a good day to do so. let's get you caught up on what you need to know before you leave the house. man accused of beating a 17-year-old girl to death in a road rage incident should have never been here to begin with ice telling the daily caller she citizen of el salvador and were in u.s. dumped her body in a nearby lake. authorities do not believe it was a hate crime. key evidence on whether the obama administration spied on the trump team will be kept under luke and key for years.
judicial watch says its request for susan rice's alleged unmasking documents was denied. the national security council dropping a bombshell saying the documents were transferred to the barack obama presidential library in chicago. the government watchdog group also told records are sealed for five years after an administration leaves office. new york governor andrew cuomo once said conservatives aren't welcome in his state, but is he welcoming illegal immigrants with open arms. cuomo writing an opinion article saying quote: in new york we are reaffirming our commitment to protecting immigrants' rights. each new effort by the federal' government to ban our immigrant sisters and brother also be met by a redoubling by our support to protect them. back in 2014 cuomo told a radio station if there are extreme conservatives they have no place in the state of new york because that's not who new yorkers are. that's a look at your headlines, guys.
brian: is he the king? he is deciding who gets in and out now? jillian: he thinks he is the king. steve: clearly running for president. brian: did you miss illegal in your copy, jillian? it's illegal immigrants, mr. governor. that's the problem. not immigrants. steve. >> steve: sitting in the largest sanctuary city. not a problem for a lot of people. another deadly terror attack rocking london. third in three months. why next guest says politicians deserve a portion of that blame. brian: you may be wondering just how much we are going to win. >> we're going to win so much you may even get tired of winning. and you will say please, please, it's too much winning. we can't take it anymore. brian: by the way, stocks are hitting record highs and charles payne says wins could last for years. he is on deck. steve: winning. ♪ show them how we do it now ♪ shake your
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ainsley: the stock market opening just a few hours from now after closing at a new record high. steve: so how long will the winning keep up and what does it mean for your wallet? here to weigh in host of making money on the fox business network, charles payne. charles, what was it, last week tech stocks were on the sell list now on the buy list. >> they took a little bit of a hit. talk about the way our lives are changing. only beginning where we will run out of a motorcycle where the refrigerator about l. call a local refrigerator and milk will be waiting on you at home. steve: darn nose ideal refrigerator. >> most of big name tech stocks have had huge runs maybe from time to time pull back.
we will be okay there. brian: when people say the market is amazon, google and facebook and giving u.s. a false impression of the market. what's your reaction? >> i will say they have overweight influence on the indices when you talk about the dow or the nasdaq. but the market is a whole lot more than that lead me give you example leonard blew away wall street. stocks should open at new 52 week high. illinois tool works. tools, manufacturing, construction at new all-time high. steve: why? >> because our economy is starting to move our economy is moving in a meaningful manner. what we are seeing in the stock market which by the way historically the market is supposed to project. it's a -- things to come six months to a year down the road. market not only seeing is that the economy has already begun to move. ainsley: what's causing the economy move. all of our 401(k)s has gone up while he has been in office. >> economy has gone up.
hillary clinton not being president also deserves credit. '. brian: that's fair and balanced look at it. >> former president obama put a lot of speed bumps in our economy. even some road blocks. regulations, higher taxes. our economy was designed, it's the most amazing economic engine ever created. why you want to tinker with it and hurt it particularly because of social justice is crazy. let it continue to do its best and that's where all americans are rewarded. brian: remember in steve jobs book he reached out to president obama and said listen i have got all these ideas. president obama had a staff call him back. he was so insulted he never contacted him again. yesterday all the tech ceos, just about all of them showed up to the white house, many of which didn't vote for the president. anything substantially going to get done? i see some of the quotes, they think they are using expertise to modernize government now. >> they need to use their expertise to modernize government particularly some agencies using floppy disks. having said that you need to have a president no matter what your ideological differences are.
there has to be union unifying message corporate america and our government. that's to make our nation a better nation. and i think that's one of the great areas where you see president obama -- president trump, rather, bringing in all of these ceos and listening to these ideas. i personally want to see a stronger, even stronger focus on small businesses because those are the real job creators in this country and i think that's happening. ainsley: these are some the smartest people running some of the biggest companies in our country. many didn't vote for the president but still sitting down and talking to him. >> credit to him. elon musk, for instance who has made billions of dollars off of taxpayer subsidies. brian: still gets them. >> still gets them and still wants them. he wants that hyperloop to be part of it. i think it's a crazy fund idea maybe to change the way we travel. we need to keep the innovation going. keep this economy going. i will tell you what we are seeing is real. the stock market rally is real. and i hope people are making their portfolio great again. steve: fantastic. charles, thank you very much.
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outside of that mosque. it is the late nest a string of terror attacks putting london on edge. next guest says we need a consistent response to terror. his new book it's called "the strange death of europe, immigration, identity, islam" is out today there is a picture of the book. the author is douglas murray. he joins us now. is he also islam and immigration expert. thank you, douglas, for being with us. congratulations on the book. >> very good to be with you: ainsley: you are welcome. we need consistent response to terrorism. what does that response need to be. >> there was this attack on london sunday night. immediately recognizing what it was. target tsd a group of muslims coming out of a mosque on midnight. straight away the media and everyone else quite rightly wants to find out a whole set of facts. who was this person? why would they have done this? what sort of ideas would have led them to have done. this if we had found out that the attack sunday night go to church, for instance, which was repeatedly calling for muslims to be treated
differently and violently even, we would be all over it. it wouldn't be allow you had. but you see, we have had a different response. and i think a lot of the public feel this when it comes to islamic terror. the whole set of reasons, in fact, we have three islamist terrorist attack in the u.k. in 10 weeks. consistently we find out that there are people who knew about the extremism, didn't report it members of the community who say they don't want to go to the british police and report. this we find out that mosques that people attended run by radicals. all i say is let's have some consistency. if we had anti-gay, anti-women, anti-muslim preachers at churches in the u.k. teaching violence, we would be all over them and quite rightly so. all we need to do is apply the same standard when it comes to the islamic community. ainsley: what can america learn from this? do you have in europe from what i understand have you people not forced to assimilate. they come in under the
teachings of sharia law where there are anti-women, anti-gays, anti-christian and anti-jews. aren't there warning signs something like this is going to happen? >> absolutely. everything i say in my book warning sign for america as well. ains eyewitness title of book "strange death of europe" what do you mean by that. >> whole set of things. europe seems to be committing civilizational suicide. book focuses on what happened in 2015 about the migrant crisis. that crisis is still going on. it's been going on for a very long time it preceded that year and go on for a long time to come. it's about a continent that decides basically say our home is the home for the entire world. it's the home for anyone who wants to come here. and in the process as i say in the book the peoples in europe lose the only home we have. whole set of other things, civilizational self-doubt, guilt. all the things you in america are also now getting. ainsley: they think they are being nice and accepting and open but really committing suicide you say. all right.
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stay some or part of august. >> fox news has learned that sean spicer, the press secretary will be getting a new position at the white house. really a reflection of the tornadoic flow. >> democrats seizing control of the floor, demanding republicans hold a hearing on the health care bill. >> leftist rage reaches now an all-time high. >> i'm just saying hunt republicans instead of democrats. >> you know what? you're an unbalanced person, and i have to say, it's stressing more democrats had disavowed to you. ♪ ♪ ♪ steve: live from new york city and washington, d.c. it's fox
and friends on this 20th day of june. live from studio f. ainsley: this is our new studio, and it's pretty amazing. brian: talking about amazing, laura ingram is here, a fox news contributor and founder. and, laura, welcome back. >> good to see you guys. i was there last week, but they wouldn't let me up the stairs. brian: right. it's a problem. you have to have id. >> security came. i didn't know if that was a problem. steve: by the way, i was looking at your twitter feed. was yesterday your birthday? >> oh, it was. isn't it great to be 36? i love it. ainsley: what did you do? >> my kids got a cake for me, and went out with some friends. it was a blast. brian: you have to wonder with laura ingram will be celebrating next year in the white house. you don't even know. might be some role there. >> lots of people were e-mailing me yesterday, and i was kind of in a news blackout for part of the day, and they were e-mailing me questions, and it's something i don't
really have a lot of information on. i think the stories about sean spicer's removal from the white house were wrong headed from the beginning. same stories about steve bannon and kellyanne conway and the president at least for the time being, his team is his team, and he's the guy that makes the call. nobody else. steve: well, you know those unnamed souses, would you be interested in being the president press secretary? >> yeah. i've always said that if it's something that i think i could do well, and it would really advance the agenda of this administration at a time where i think there's so much at stake for the country and for the future, you know, i would think about it. i'm not sure if that's the role i would pick for myself, but i have a legal background, strategic, you know, political communications planning. i'm not sure the press
secretary thing is something i'm dying to do. brian: i think you'll be successful, as long as you call in jim acosta. apparently he gets angry. ainsley: you would have to be tough as nails. it wouldn't intimidate you to do it? >> you're joking; right? brian: she's joking. >> that crowd every day? ainsley: i would love to see you in that role, though. you would fire back. >> look, these guys are -- these guys have been around washington for a long time, and it's a relationship that has to be cultivated over time, and everyone can complain about the unfair media. but there are some good reporters out there. i think what we've seen over the last few months is there's about 90% focus on russia, russia, russia, muller, comey, and 10% on policy and the agenda and economic renewal and the threats that we face and how we're addressing them. i would flip that narrative.
i think 90% of the focus should be on the agenda. brian: but you can't control the questions. >> yeah. i would really focus on the issues that got president trump elected. let the lawyers do their job in dealing with muller and his marry band of prosecutors. but i think there's a lot of good stuff happening, a lot of great stuff that came out of that foreign trip. and he, the president needs to remember the reason he got elected to shake up washington. washington doesn't want to be shaken. they want to be in the same tone and the same benefits and the same approach that they've been having for decades now. they don't want that to change. he's the disrupter, and the swamp will try to eat him alive. they will. brian: he's shaking up washington. i don't know if you heard, but he absolutely is. but let's talk about something extremely serious that happens a lot to him and every american.
it turns out the brutal regime of north korea has successfully killed otto warmbier. he got 15 years of foreign labor. what he really got was a delayed death sentence. what's our appropriate response? >> this is not new. this is what they do. they keep people in five by six foot cells. with hold food. with hold any type of nourishment. liquid, water. multiple beatings, electrocutions. i mean, this is the regime of north korea. they still have three americans there, being held there. he was murdered, and he was murdered by the regime. i mean, they delivered him back to die. that's what they did. china also has thousands and thousands of people in reeducation camp. we have a horrific persecution in china. we do business in china, russia's the evil one and
china is the great dynamic state-run economy. there's a lot of evil in the world. the question is what is america's role in advancing our interest, our ally's interest, and also remaining that beacon of freedom for the rest of the world. donald trump ran on a noninterventionist form policy. and sometimes we do have to intervene. but you have to be very careful how we do it. we have a very dangerous situation right now in syria. and we could start world war if we don't watch how we handle that situation with the russians, russian planes. ainsley: we do have a big responsibility when we started the interview talking about your birthday. you're celebrating your birthday because we live in this country, and we can do that. meanwhile, we have this young man taking his last breath yesterday because of what happened in a communist country. we have our president now, our current president, president trump intervened and bring him home. the family, we interviewed him on fox and friends that president obama told the
family "you need to keep a low profile." do you think things would be different if president obama had intervened earlier and not told the family that? would we even be discussing this morning? >> i don't know. i'm not going to say it would have happened differently. it's very difficult to game out what north korea is going to do on any given day. we know they're desperate for food supplies, any traded recall it material, which is where they get the help from china and so forth. but this is a problem that macarthur called the retractable problem, they would still be dealing with the korean peninsula. and he's right. this is a threat to the united states. i think it's the number one threat that we face today, and the president has essentially stated that. isis is a huge threat but so is north korea. and our government should be really unified in how we respond and, you know, drop
the partisanship when it comes to an issue like this because this is beyond serious. brian: so far, they have. >> yeah. steve: well, speaking of partisanship and unification, that building behind you, they're talking about health care. i know the senate is going to try to get something done by the fourth of july. some are saying they should cancel the august recess. it's interesting. we have a sound byte we're going to play for you. here's elizabeth warren, she appeared live with bernie sanders. she talked about why the republicans can't pass health care and of course it has to do with lining the pockets of those darn coke brothers. listen. >> i think it's beyond cowardly. i think it's actually very strategic on their part. i think they've decided that, look, they know which side their bread is buttered on. they know what the coke brothers want them to do and a handful of other giant corporations and billionaires
to turn our political system into something up is down, in is out, over is under, and be able to sell it and not have to pay any price at all with the harm that they have inflicted on millions of people across this country. steve: i guess she has forgotten that health care is failing obamacare across this country. >> listen, you have to hand it to the democrats. they have just one speed, and it's attack, attack, attack, attack. meanwhile, republicans are attacking each other. so, look, she and bernie sanders right after we had this horrific shooting last week of steve scalise and others were talking about how everyone needs to fight, fight, fight. it was all about fighting in that facebook live appearance. and i think the republicans had used such aggressive terminology in the direct aftermath of a similar shooting. we had a lot of resemblance after the gabby gifford
shooting. but they really have one speed, and it's move forward and lacerate your opponent. you know, if you're a democrat, and you're a liberal, those two are your hero. they're resisting everything the president does. so the question is what is congress going to do? the republicans have got to pass legislation that's going to make the lives of everyday americans better. if they do not, they should leave office. they should not be in washington because apparently they're either too afraid or they want to resist trump themselves. i don't know what it is. but they should not go home to fundraisers and picnics in august if they can't get their rear-ends in gear and deliver for the american people. and i hope president trump and i are going to deliver that message to them. how many votes do you have? let's pass it. brian: and still holding that
you can get it done by july 4th. might extend it a few days if he's short. >> hope so. brian: happy birthday, laura. thank you so much for joining us. meanwhile, 11 minutes after the hour, jillian, you have the news. >> yes, i do. to you at home, let's begin with a fox news alert. a man killed after ramming his car into a police convoy in paris had a stockpile of deadly weapons. we're talking about guns, ammunition, and gas cannisters. he even had a gun permit, despite being on a terror watch list. and while you were sleeping, police reportedly arresting four of the family members, including his father. and questioning the crew on the cargo ship that slammed into the u.s. navy destroyer. they will also interview the uss fitzgerald crew and gather electronic data and ship-tracking information from both vessels. the ship coast guard
investigating why it took nearly an hour to report the collision that left seven american sailors dead. and democrats seizing control of the floor, demanding republicans hold a hearing on the health care bill. >> debate their health care bill in the open for the american people to see, they shouldn't expect business as usual. >> the talk of ending just under midnight. house majority leader nancy pelosi, excuse me, taking it one step further saying trump care's assault on seniors and working families is indefensible and republicans and both sides of the capitol know it. that's it. back to you guys. steve: all right. jillian, thank you. tech leaders at the white house where he may have found some help for the dnc. we're going to explain live from washington next. brian: and even more trouble from the va. a whistle-blower stripped of his duty.
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brian: yesterday president trump vowing to put our cyber security first. steve: as you can see right there, our commander-in-chief teaming up with top tech bosses to make the sweeping digital changes to our government. ainsley: kristen fisher is live at the white house with details for us. hey, kristen. >> hey, guys, good morning. well, this was a major meeting with some of the most powerful ceos not only in the u.s. but the world. and they were summoned here to the white house to brainstorm about how to modernize the nation's technology infrastructure. the heads of apple, google, ibm, and microsoft were all there, and they went around the table with their ideas of how to unleash the creative of the sector on the federal government and what they should focus on. here's amazon's jeff bezos. >> just a couple of things that you could certainly focus on. one would be using commercial technologies wherever
possible. the second one would be figure out ways to retrain and upscale workers all in the u.s. and then the third thing to keep your eye on, and i think it will be impossible to overstate this. is the united states needs to every way be working on machine learning and artificial intelligence. >> now, one of the big issues at this inaugural meeting was cyber security, and it made for one of the more entertaining exchanges of the day. listen. >> we protect the majority of the government websites from attackers. like the white house.gov. >> the dnc could have used you. >> the president joking the dnc could have used the help before the attack in the
summer. many of the infrastructure technology systems is more than 50 years old and the department of defense still uses 8-inch floppy disks on some systems. can you believe that? 8-inch floppy disks. i can't remember the last time i saw one. brian: everything the president has done so far, this might have been among the important things to date. to get everybody together to modernize government. >> yeah. absolutely. this has been a critical by the son-in-law jared kushner. he has been the driving force. they're very excited they got to hear him speak officially. steve: kristen fisher talking about how the government is going to streamline. ainsley: and that was the headline on mainstream media. what does jared kushner's voice sound like? steve: now we know.
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steve: we have got a fox news alert. all eyes are on the state of georgia as the most expensive house of representatives race in history comes to a head today. republican karen handle facing democrat and newcomer to the politics john to fulfill health and human services secretary tom price's vacate house seat. brian: and with more than 140,000 early votes cast, the stakes have never been higher right now for republicans and democrats and joining us right now are gop congressional nominee karen handle.
karen, if you never led you were in the house today, what makes you think you're going to come out on top today? >> they're coming out in force. ainsley: you're getting support from the white house. i know he complained in your area and then tom price was also with you the last few days. 97% of the money that the democrat has gotten, john has come from out of state funds. you got liberal hollywood supporting this guy who doesn't even live in your district, in the district he wants to change and to represent so what is your reaction of the constituents there in georgia? are they okay with liberal holiday dictating what happens in georgia? >> the people in the 6th district wants this to be about the 6th district. they're not interested about hollywood coming in and buying
this seat, and they're very concerned about a individual who does not even live in the district. for me, they know me, they trust me, and that's why i feel really good about today. steve: sure. karen, what do you make of -- i've been watching some of the other channels, and they say if she, the republican loses, it's really a referendum on donald trump. she would have lost because people in that district, which is heavily republican, don't like the president. >> you know, it's really been about the money and, again, i feel very, very hospital mistake about today, so i'm not going to engage in a conversation about the other side of it. i feel good about where things are, the people of the republicans are motivated. they do not want someone who lives outside of the district coming in and representing them, and they surely don't want nancy pelosi coming in to buy this seat. >> well, a lot of this policy seems to be moderate, if not conservative. how do you square that with a democrat who is supported by so many liberals like michael
moore on down? do you not think that his views are authentic? is he not portraying himself accurately? >> absolutely not. this is a young man who was a junior staffer for one of the most liberal members of congress hank johnson. he is a liberal in the same along the lines as nancy pelosi. he's going to be her vote in the house with the people is a vote for them. ainsley: so, karen, what do the voters there in georgia want? what separates you from your opponent? >> the things he talks about, i've actually done from balancing budgets, cutting spending, from being right out there to deal with corruption. they know that i'm a person who is determined to get the job done. they want experience and most importantly, they want someone from this community who has actually lived in this community. steve: and you have lived there for over 25 years. mr.may move to the district
if he wins. she will fight for lower taxes, great health care, strong security, a hard worker who will never give up. vote today. okay. that's for the people who have not voted yet. but as we have learned from our diner segment today, a lot of people, karen, have already voted. >> they have. about 140,000 people early voted, so i think that's probably going to be about half of the total turn out for today. it's going to probably be not only historic on the money but historic on the turnout. and when election day turnout is high, that means republican turnout is high, and we know republicans stayed home in the primary. they are coming out to vote in this run off. brian: wow very interesting. request because real, clear average 1% between the two of you. but in the big picture, karen, tom price wins this seat by 23
points, donald trump wins it by one, the district by 1.5%. why are you struggling so much to get some distance or even catch john? >> well, remember, special election is completely different because it's wide open with no incumbent. so it's essential jump ball if you will. i feel very, very confident about things today, and i know republicans are coming out to vote. ainsley: all right. well, we wish you all the best. thank you so much for coming on with us. we have a lot of viewers in the state of georgia, and we appreciate you accepting our invitation. we did ask your opponent to come on, and he declined. >> thank you very much for having me. appreciate it. ainsley: sure. steve: all right. and you'll see the results right here on fox news special coverage this evening. meanwhile, democrat staging an all-nighter on the senate floor last night, sort of. it was a talkthon. they talked for six straight hours hoping to stop the republican health care bill. ted cruz, the man who stood on that same floor for 21 hours
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brian: texas senator ted cruz joins us, and, senator, i would like to pick up where we left off on this georgia six special election. what do you think is at stake? because you always read trends in the media where we're heading, where we're not. what do you read from this? what do you expect will happen? >> well, it's certainly an important race.
we've seen democrats and republicans pouring tens of millions dollars into the race. what they hope is to get a victory against president trump. they're using this as a proxy to try to attack the new president and the new administration and the republican majorities in both houses. and a special election is always unpredictable. it's hard to know exactly what's going to happen. but it's going to be a turn out game, so i would certainly say to voters in georgia if you're in the district, please come out and vote for karen. it matters to show up and right now the left is agitated and furious, and it's a question whether the republicans and conservatives will show up in the special election lirks, senator, i've heard democrats say it is the most important election in the history of the world unless mr. osof loses, then not so much. >> well, they said that as well in kansas for mike pompeo's seat and republicans won that.
they said that in the montana seat, republicans won that. look, eventually democrats may win these. particularly special elections are unpredictable. but it is important to show up and turn out. they're trying to use this as a dagger to stop the conservative agenda. to stop obamacare repeal. to stop tax reform. to stop why the american people gave us a republican president and majority in both houses. so if you care about that agenda, if you care about strong conservatives on the supreme court, it matters to win these elections. ainsley: and that meant a lot to you. he did appoint the supreme court justice neil gorsuch. you had a contentious relationship with president trump when you were against each other. but he did appoint neil gorsuch, tax cuts, obamacare repeal and replace. these are things that you are all onboard with as well. are you happy with his agenda so far now that he's 151 days in? >> i think the new administration has done very well.
i think if you look at the cabinet that has been appointed, this is probably the most conservative cabinet we've seen in decades. if you look at the executive actions, they've been quite strong whether freezing civilian employees or stopping taxpayer funding for overseas abortion or whether pulling out of the disastrous job-killing paris climate agreement. all of those were strong decisions with a mandate from the people and the single biggest and most important thing the president has done is appointing neil gorsuch to the supreme court and the best thing senate republicans have done is confirming justice gorsuch. brian: you know, over the weekend, i was struck by new york times columnist who is a conservative that is such a trump critic says the more you look at it, there's nothing there in terms of collusion with russia. and it looks like we're getting way off track here. you have a great, legal mind, senator. where is this thing heading?
especially with robert muller, who was endorsed by both sides. >> look, this is all a political circus at this point. democrats and much of the liberal media are using this as an excuse just to attack the president. they want this president to fail. they want the administration to fail, and i think that's really unfortunate. you know, i've got to tell you. there's an amazing divide. when you're in washington, d.c. the only question any reporter ever wants to ask you about is about russia, is about impeachment, is about attacking the president. when i go home to texas, i travel the state. i answer questions from people across the state, nobody asks that. they ask about obamacare. are you going to repeal this disastrous law so my premiums go down? they ask about tax reform. i would like taxes to be simpler. ideally, what i would like to see is a simple, flat tax, and we abolish the irs. people outside washington are interested in real policies that are going to produce
jobs, raise wages, they're not interested in the nonsense of the attack gain and the personal destruction that consumes washington. ainsley: senator, are you going to work through recess to work on health care and tax reform? >> you know, i certainly hope so. in my view, they're for big priorities for 2017. repealing obamacare, major reform and the supreme court. and when it comes to repealing obamacare, i can tell you, i am working day and night every waking moment trying to bring republicans together to focus number one our promise. to repeal this disastrous law but number two, we've got to lower premiums. the biggest reason people are unhappy with obamacare, their premiums have skyrocketed. average family's premiums have risen over $5,000 a year. we have to fix that. brian: the plan that have put together this, does it lower premiums? does it do a better job than
what came from the house? because so far, we see according to the wall street journal, all direction is vote before july 4th. what do you know? >> well, we're not there yet in terms of agreement in the senate. we've got a really narrow majority. 52 republicans. we have to get at least 50 on the same page. we're not there yet. you know, the working group started with a small group of six senators that lamar alexander and i brought together and have been talking about this for many months. working to get common ground. we're not there yet. the current draft doesn't do nearly enough to lower premiums. but i think if we focus on lowering premiums, we can bring together conservatives, we can bring together moderates, we can unify americans and fulfill the mandate americans brought us here to do. steve: the mandate on free speech. tell us more about that. >> well, today at 10:00 a.m. senate judiciary committee are going to be conducting a
hearing on the assault on university campuses. and if you look at what's happening on universities, it's heartbreaking. brian: terrible. >> they have become the so-called protected safe spaces where anything that challenges the left wing orthodox is silenced, is muzzled, is shouted down. you know, to hear college students at wonderful colleges and universities yelling curses at police officers, it's heartbreaking. and universities should be a place where you go to get ideas challenged and discover hard, difficult ideas and discover what you believe. the whole point of a university. you know, when i was in college, i took classes from markists, and i was glad that i did. you want to understand the ideas that are wrong and yet
faculties are so afraid of being challenged. they just want to muzzle students. it's wrong and inconsistent with the role of a university, which is to train the mind. brian: really affected when people go look for college now. are they going to be able to speak their mind? are there going to be safe spaces in times of turmoil? can they speak differently than their professor? we just had allen dershowitz on. he loves you, but you couldn't be more different politically. you were not -- i imagine you were not suppressed on college campus. >> well, that's exactly right, and allen dershowitz is a great example. he's an honest liberal that believes what he believes, and when i was a student, he and i became good friends, mostly because in law classes he would state in law classes. and we would go back and forth. and a lot of times afterwards, and he would go back to his
office and discuss for half an hour or hour, and he became a good friend because we challenged ideas. he was in a much stronger position than i was. but it was a wonderful experience, that's what college should be about. and when you nurture them and protect them from anything that challenges them, you know, that's a sign of weakness. if your ideas are so fragile that if anyone disagrees with them, you'll crumble in a ball, maybe you ought to reconsider your ideas. maybe you haven't thought through them very carefully. the whole point of university is to encounter new ideas and also understand those who disagree with you. not so much political discourse is nasty and personal and vicious. you know, when i was in college, i was the chairman of the
conservative party, we would go and have vigorous debates and arguments, and i would call him a communist, he would call me a fascist and go out and get a beer. don't take yourself so darn seriously and have fun and learn. that's what college should be about. steve: that's a good slogan for coors light. brian: if a fascist goes out for a beer with socialist, who pays? >> fantastic. we'll see if that goes over. ainsley: and i think the professor said you were the brightest student he ever taught. >> well, he's very kind. ainsley: thank you for being with us. good to see you this morning. steve: all right. meanwhile, straight ahead on this tuesday, russia threatening to shoot down our jets in syria. but the mainstream media wove it into another narrative. did you see this? >> tensions between the u.s. and russia are rising after the u.s. downed a syrian jet yet. >> president trump whether he's a target of a federal investigation. steve: well, our next guest
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sometimes i leave the seat up on purpose. switching to allstate is worth it. >> good morning. welcome back. we have a fox news alert right now. tensions escalating between russia and the u.s. an armed russian fighter jet taunting a u.s. air forc air force recon plane. it came within five feet of the americans at the baltic sea. comes one day after a fighter jet shot down a syrian war plane. russia responded by threatening american and coalition planes. brian: even as they reported, some continue the narrative that the president and russia teamed up to win the white house. >> tensions between the u.s. and russia are rising after
the u.s. do you understand a jet yesterday. >> shouted about whether he's the target of a federal investigation. >> well, here with more is reporter joseph. >> thank you so much for having me back. ainsley: so what does that tell us with the relationship with russia? >> well. this is a significant escalation in the region and, again, it kind of cuts against that narrative that trump and putin are colluding with one another. it's just not backed up by the evidence. brian: ship off the coast of alaska, and now begging them to deconflict, we have shot down with tomahawk missiles, and shot down for the first time in 20 years in a dogfight a fighter jet. so at the same time, he's leaving the venue open for tillerson to approach diplomatically out as he sees fit.
where is the evidence that there's a tight relationship between putin and trump? >> it just simply doesn't exist. there's nothing more i can guarantee you that happened under obama's watch. the idea that there's collusion under trump is not backed up by the facts. ainsley: andrea mitchell was talking about the president reluctance. >> another is the fact that he still are any acknowledging the russian invasion of our cyber security for our elections. ainsley: so is that true? is our president reluctantly to go after russia? >> absolutely not. syria represents a significant, strategic area
for russia. ainsley: right. they're allies. >> and the fact that -- ainsley: what is she trying to say? is she trying to say that the president is colluding with russia, and that's why he's going after. >> like i said, he's sending troops to syria, increasing pressure on assad. that's not russia's interest. brian: ukrainian president is here today. i can imagine he's going to get a vote of support from this president. also a bigger footprint in eastern europe than ever before and two weeks ago, he got praised from the nato leader for america making allies pay their fair share when it comes to nato. >> absolutely and like i said, if there's anyone that putin would like about a being in office, it's president obama. now it's president trump. brian: georgia open in the sixth district for a special election. we'll check with him in just a t
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steve: well, it is special election day down in georgia and the stakes have never been higher. ainsley: so what are the voters saying down there in georgia this morning? let's check in with todd who has been talking to them all morning long. he's in sandy springs at a diner there called the sandy springs diner, and that's in georgia. hey, todd. >> that is right. you mentioned we're talking to the people because we heard from the people in dc, the pundits in new york and all of this other stuff. today we're talking to the real people about the real issues, and we will begin with the lovely elizabeth. first of all, why are we wearing red today? >> we are wearing red because i am supporting karen handle. >> why?
>> the issues. i'm for karen handle. she is going to repeal obamacare. i'm also for that. she's going to reduce taxes. i love that she is not for abortion, and she's going to make life better for everybod everybody. >> talk to me about the breast cancer issue. >> she worked with susan g coleman to help women out to keep them away from getting mammograms. she is all for women having mammograms. >> all right, elizabeth, thank you very much. elizabeth also tells me that she was on the trump bandwagon from day one when it was a mere 17 people running. now we're going to go to someone in the other camp. why? >> well, because at least one person should vote for john. >> and you're aptly wearing
blue. why? >> first of all, he put on the internet what he believes, and he has an extensive website. i met him. i've talked to him. he is talking about working, being fair, working what i call the middle of the road. both sides of the aisle and god, that's what we need in washington is somebody who is going to cooperate on both sides. >> understood. all right. you've heard it from the general men in blue. the lady in red. this is a big day here. expected to come down to the wire. we'll see what happens. guys, back to you. >> and are you in white? i think that's a white shirt you're wearing. >> it's purple because this is an area that is somewhat undecided. so that's why i'm wearing purple. ainsley: thanks, todd. steve: we're going to step aside. more fox and friends in two minutes live from new york city 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.
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>> our thanks to 1-800 flowers on the set. >> tomorrow is the first full day of summer. sarah huckabee sanders, we're being told -- well -- >> bill: thanks, guys, good morning. everybody. it's the most expensive house race in american history now in the hands of voters. all eyes on the northern suburbs of atlanta as the house race seen as a vote on donald trump, the republican agenda and a possible bellwether for 2018. all that wrapped up in one district, wow. we'll see what's on the line. welcome to "america's newsroom." how are you doing? >> shannon: with the election season is never really over. that's how it feels. i'm shannon bream. we'll take you through it today. political heavy hitters, tens of millions of dollars have poured into the race for georgia's sixth congressional district. it is for the seat vacated by tom price. don't