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happened to strike in 1885. "fox & friends" starts right now. we will see you later. heather: bye. >> as an act of terrorism in our home land, a police officer stabbed in the neck this morning at an airport in flint, michigan. witnesses say the attacker shouted allah akbar. >> it's always terrific to be able to leave that washington swamp. that's why i believe the time has come for new immigration rules. look, i will tell you about the democrats. 5-0. 5-0. and the truth is people love us, all of us. they love us. they don't get it they haven't figured it out yet. >> democrats now turn to pelosi, by the dnc fundraising free fall.
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>> top intelligence official to reject the idea that there was some grand scheme between associates of president trump and the russians. >> you have seen no evidence that the russians were successful at changing voter tallies or voter totals? >> correct. >> media and the democrats have this russian concussion. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ don't believe me just watch ♪ don't believe me just watch ♪ brian: bruno mars. steve: this is uptown funk but this is a midtown show. welcome to the "fox & friends" program from studio
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f. look who is in the center square today san sa sandra: hi, i'm sandra smith. best staircase to come up. a lot of running up and down. brian: black staircase lawsuit waiting to happen. one out front if you trip down you will be blasted by the entire crew. sandra: much prettier. brian: yesterday the united states was back to the future. 1996 all over again. steve: 1996. brian: 2016 all over again, i should say. two years ago yesterday when he got started on this quest to be the e. president of the united states. he promised if he ever won, of course he would have to are success in iowa to do that. yesterday he came back. >> steve: like a conquering hero returns. he likes to get away from the washington swamp. he was happy. he was really, really happy
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because there were twin republican wins the night before in georgia and south korea. he is now 5-0. when you factor in the general. he says he loves to work with democrats, even though they are obstructionists. they have a lot of stuff. if you like a flavor of it here is about 1:35. listen to this. >> i think healthcare is going to happen. infrastructure is going to happen. you are going to have a lot of exciting things over the next few months. and i look forward to being able to produce it let's see what happens. >> if we had even a little democrat support. just a little like a couple of votes, you would have everything. again, they just want to stop. they just want to obstruct. and their plan isn't working because they thought they were going to win last night in atlanta. and they have been unbelievably nasty, really nasty. and they thought -- they spent close to $30 million on this kid who foregot to
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live in the community he was. in make it hard to get their support but who cares. and if karen handle had lost they would have blamed it on me. that's fine. if she had lost they would would have been talking about this for weeks greatest loss in the history of politics. projected winner is karen handle. we switch to another program. right? so, it was so short. they couldn't get out of there fast enough. this happened in montana, right? in kansas, last night south carolina, with ralph and he was expected to win and he won. california. but it's been incredible. so we are 5-0. we are 5-0. brian: did you have a chance to watch it? sandra: winning he said that a few times. the we will talk about the young women behind him in just a moment.
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he did take an opportunity to say here is what is next. we are working on healthcare and infrastructure. he was so energized. that is what everybody predicted when he said he was going to go and do one of these rallies in the state of iowa. yes, he did take a few moments during that speech to pint out where he is winning. brian: i do think it's going to be a problem for one person that is the freelance teleprompter operator submit an invoice. i don't believe they were used at all. that was the president just talking, having a conversation. intimate conversations with thousands of people. he did make a little bit of news. he went over infrastructure, things he wants to accomplish and things on deck. don't worry it's all coming. new rules for immigrants who want to come here. listen. >> i believe the time has come for new immigration rules which say that those seeking admission into our country must be able to support themselves financially and should not use welfare for a period of
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at least five years and, yes, we will build the wall. we have already started planning. it will be built. i'm a builder. that's what i love to do. that's probably what i do best. i'm a builder. and we're thinking of something that's unique. we're talking about the southern border. lots of sun, lots of heat. we are thinking about building the wall as a solar wall so it creates energy and pays for itself. and this way mexico will have to pay much less money. and that's good. sandra: that's that was news. could be a sole bar wall. steve: they called it a rally there at the u.s. cellular center with 6,000 people. really it's a progress report. telling the people of america on the campaign trail i promised you this, this, and this. this is the status on all that stuff. here is a note to whoever is running his schedule.
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do more of this. because whether you voted for him or not, it is in realtime a progress report of what the united states is doing. the "new york times" this morning called last night's event mesmerizing whether you voted for him or not, it's great to hear the president of the united states talk about what direction we are going in. sandra: it was incredibly optimistic. i think it rallied his base. and it was an opportunity for him to point out everything he has gotten done and what he intends to do. but then there was this moment. those three lovely ladies standing right behind the president especially the one chewing gum. there is actually more than one. one right behind him but also the woman in the red hat. >> so as you look at those three women. the woman on the left in the black blouse, she was for a while in the very beginning, she took a number of selfies. but keep in mind yesterday was national selfie day. and then there was the young woman behind him i think in a hawkeyes cap and then the woman in the keep america great hat.
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san draft. they were having a good time. steve: the internet was melting. people were listening to the president but they were watching those young women. ainsley: they were behaving themselves here and there they didn't make any obscene gestures they hardly acknowledged the camera. brian: i had trouble watching because i have this thing about gum chewing. i thought about what it would be like. san draft. she is really going after it there. jonathan treat this. the trump girls chew gum instead of rioting and vandalizing that is the difference. another tweet from greg. steve: yes, breaking female trump supporter in red hat at iowa rally caught chewing gum on camera. msm wants to investigate russian collusion. san draft. she is supporting our president and is young. i'm with her. they couldn't stop talking about it. steve: would you like to see more of the rallies?
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do you like the idea where the president leaves the d.c. swamp speaking directly to the people. one of the reasons he has the twitter i is it bypasses the media. same thing for. this this directly goes to the people. do you think it's a good idea. email us at foxbusiness.com, or tweet us or facebook us. brian: the president's policy of just trying tpresideng to go after the president and take him down. the plan of nancy pelosi, adam schiff. it has failed because the president keeps on winning. the problem is the democrats keep on message. being president. might have an opportunity to look at his agenda, see his accomplishments, and then judge him like every other president that held that office because so many people don't want to accept that he is there. unfortunately, the democrats are starting to realize for
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republicans purposes that their strategy isn't working and they are blaming the poster child for losing and that is nancy pelosi. seth monthlyton on the democratic side has had enough. listen. >> we have got to accept responsibility. you know, when i was a marine corps platoon commander my job was simple. you were responsible for everything your platoon does or fails to do. our leadership needs to explain what happened. needs to explain why these resources have essentially gone to waste and develop a serious plan for the future. it's clear that i think across the board in the democratic party we need new leadership. it's time for a new jerntion of leadership in the party. i don't know that it's possible at this point to change our party leadership, but i think it's time for change. and these election results frankly show that. steve: is he absolutely right. you look on nancy pelosi's watch how many democrats have lost their seats. and not only have democrats lost their seats at the local and state and federal lone wolf, but cher, the
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international performer has tweeted against her. congressional race is not olympics. there is no medal for seconds place. admire or respect nancy pelosi brew in every race runs against her. that's effectively what they did down in georgia. do you really want jon ossoff. he is going to be taking the orders from nancy pelosi. ultimately it has not worked and time for new message. sandra: that's the big question right now is it time for nancy pelosi to go? i talked to congresswoman debbie dingell jed who wouldn't answer the question. brian: she has so much money. afraid of crossing her. time ryan who understands how to win in ohio. who doesn't think every republican is a terrible person and doesn't think donald trump should be stopped every step of the way. that would be a normal election cycle where people disagree on issues. it doesn't get personal with nancy pelosi, everything is personal and terrible and awful. and if you like donald trump or are a republican, you
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can't be tolerated, it doesn't work. steve: the meter is running. let's see what they do. 6:12 in new york city. and jillian joins us with headlines. jillian: we are starting with breaking news at this hour. let's get right to that breaking right now, isis could attack at any moment and that has the world oat high alert. brutal terror group calling for surge of attacks during islam's holiest day. act of terror on american soil at airport in flint, michigan. he shouted allah akbar before am burning an officer from behind repeatedly stabbing him in the neck with a 12-inch hunting knife. lieutenant i in serious but stable at this hour. family and friends will say a final farewell to otto warmbier. the 22 died at the hospital less than a week after his
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release from north korea. he spent 17 months there after being convicted of stealing a poster. today's services are being held at 9:00 this morning at his former high school in wyoming, ohio. and the services are open to the public. more evidence this morning, obamacare is a prescription for failure. the nation's second largest health insurer just pulled out. anthem ended its agreement in indiana and wisconsin for next year because it just can't manage the cost of sick patients signing up for obamacare. offer plan in five counties across indiana and one in wisconsin. that's a look at your headlines, guys. i will see you more in a little bit. steve: the president touched on that last night. days after steve scalise was shot. another congressman releasing these threatening voice mails he got in his office. >> i suggest you prepare for the battle [bleep] and apocalypse because we are going to hunt you down, wrap
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president is sinking his party and america. but shouldn't the democrats actually be the ones to worry about the 2018 midterms and beyond? let's talk to tom bevan, set co-founder and publish everywhere of real clear politics. as we heard the president say last night, tom, the republicans are 5-0 when he factors in the general election. i think the democrats are shocked that they haven't been able to pick one of these off. >> well, yeah. i mean, certainly georgia was their best chance. that was the district that trump won by the smallest margin just a point and a half in november. they threw everything they had at karen handle, 30 million bucks. they have had everybody on the ground. it was a real effort there. and, jon ossoff ended up doing worse than hillary clinton did in that district. democrats are struggling to figure out what went wrong there you mentioned earlier about nancy pelosi the knives are out for her. the question, some questions thought that jon ossoff didn't win because he wasn't progressive enough. wasn't strident enough in
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his views. he was too centrist. they have to figure out what the left take away from tuesday. if they learn the wrong lessons it will make it harder for them in 2018. steve: what about when it comes to recruiting. as you look forward when you figure out who can democrats put up against these republicans in congress. who is going to step forward and say yeah, give me all the money and i will lose for you? >> well, look, and that's one of the things about special elections. they are special. and i think sometimes we try and over interpret them. 2018 is still a long, long way off. where this event on tuesday has real practical, you know, real world consequences is on recruiting. if you are a democrat in one of thighs marginal districts around the country and looking to take on a republican there. you look at what happened in georgia and say my gosh. democrats put that much effort into that race, and came up empty, i do really want to invest my time, my energy, my money in something like that? and that's where it may shy some quality candidates away
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from 2018 and can hurt democrats. steve: tom a moment ago you said don't don't read too much into what we see in these special elections because they are special and unique. what does it say about the president's presidency at this point that he has won four in a row? >> well, look, and trump can take credit for this. because certainly if the result had been different on tuesday, he would have been blamed for that he mentioned that last night in his speech. that's absolutely true. it would have been the apocalypse for republicans and his presidency. he can take credit for that the reality is, you know, trump's presidency, he is -- his approval ratings are low in some of these, you know, in some of these districts. and so it's too early to say what this means for his presidency, but certainly is a benefit for him that republicans pulled it out on tuesday. steve: all right. real clear politics is what he founded tom bevins, we thank you very much for joining us from chicago today. thank you, tom. >> thanks, steve. steve: all right, coming up days after steve scalise
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i don't know if it's translating on camera. i want to show you what is the primary concern all along the gulf coast. back here this bayou out of its banks and rising quickly in lake charles, louisiana. before it is all said and done, forecasters say cindy could dump 6 to 9 inches of rain on the gulf coast states from the florida panhandle all the way to texas. 13 inches of rain in some isolated spots. and look at this. a familiar sight. people using kayaks and boats just to navigate some of the flooded streets right here in lake charles. taking it all in stride. now, east of here. in and around new orleans. more of the same. blinding rains producing significant flash flooding. prompting the governor of louisiana issuing this warning to residents. >> last year in those two storms, most of the injuries and certainly the deaths occurred when individuals tried to drive across flooded
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roadways. so, it's not worth it just don't take a chance and try to drive across high water. >> the old saying turn around, don't drown. alabama and mississippi also impacted here. in fact, some of the heaviest rainfall could happen there. the governor of alabama has declared a safety emergency. and in neighboring biloxi, mississippi, a rare image. amateur video showing a waterspout. in fact, cindy has spun several of those in florida, some tornadoes as well. sadly one storm related fatality to tell you about. a 10-year-old boy was killed in alabama when a log washed ashore in the storm surge, hitting him in the head. he was on vacation with his family. brian, steve, back to you. steve: all right, casey, thank you very much. live report from lake charles on tropical storm as i understandy. brian: sandra smith is poised with something different. sandra: thanks, guys. nearly one in four americans
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has zero savings for a rainy day. what are some ways that you can stash away some money and do it fast? our next guest is the national best selling author of "love your life, not theirs." "rachel cruze is a personal financial expert with ramsey. how much should the average american have on hand for an emergency? >> sure. well a starter emergency fund i want $1,000 for every american. and then i want you to go get out of debt. everything but your house and then bump that starter emergency fund up to three to six months of expenses. that's a fully funded emergency fund. sandra: stats show a quarter of all americans don't have that emergency substantial on hand. >> that's right. so that's why you have to make saving a priority. in your monthly budget, things are going to seem important. right? you are paying bills. possibly saving up for summer vacation. what you want to do is make savings a priority. at the very top of your budget you need to save something out
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of every paycheck to get that $1,000 emergency fund. then once again once you are out of debt bump it up to three to six months of expenses. sandra: create a cushion between you and life. what do you mean by that? >> that's right. this is your emergency fund. right? life is going to happen. sometimes it hurts. so, make the fall a little bit squishier if you will by having cash in the bank. and i would rather your money catch your emergency versus the credit card. versus leaning on master card when your tire goes flat. have you cash in the bank. you have to look at your emergency fund as insurance, not an investment. so this three to six months of expenses. put it in something like a money marketed account or savings account can you get to quickly. sandra: sometimes we have those automatic bills coming outs of our debit card account subscriptions ways to easily cut back on what we're spending, right? >> absolutely. lifestyle is one of the key places you can count. look to see. stop going out to eat.
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subscriptions like you are talking about. gym mississippi yo membership yt used since february. cut until you get your savings up. sandra: unbelievable "u.s.a. today" article citing a study that says 74% of americans have gone into debt to pay for a vacation. something to think about as we are talking about emergency savings and we are coming up on the summer, so good tips. rachel cruze, thank you for joining us. >> priorities. sandra: priorities, everything. coming up, a super star football player making headlines but not for his game. for his shirt. it says i hope i don't get killed for being black today. is that fine or over the line? and president trump says he is serving all americans. >> i was elected to serve the citizens of iowa and pennsylvania and ohio and michigan and wisconsin and
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florida and all 50 states. sandra: all right. so we have a question. do those americans agree? we polled them. the results are next. ♪ that's where i felt relief. we're the rivera family, and we will be with usaa for life. the only bed smart enough to change sleep as we know it. it senses your every move and automatically adjusts on both sides to keep you comfortable. and snoring ? ... does your bed do that? right now save on sleep number 360 smart beds.
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>> steve: you saw that last night on the fox news channel. you didn't see tonight other channels. lee carter did sound bite testing. >> that's right. brian: you were one of the people not late to the trump train. you said there was something going on months before. you actually picked him to come out on top of this election it wouldn't surprise you when these dials had come out positive in front of this live audience. >> that's right. this is very much like the candidate trump not just as much as the president trump we have seen so far. brian: this one is why would a billionaire run for president and not even take a paycheck. you are talking about serving the people. >> that's right. >> i was elected to serve the citizens of iowa and pennsylvania and ohio and michigan and wisconsin and florida and all 50 states and all 320 million american citizens. steve: looks like the democrats didn't like him mentioning the states they lost.
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in. >> no. that's absolutely right. republicans love. this they gave an a plus. this is president trump being for the people, of the people. on the other hand, you saw the democrats gave this more like a d minus. he felt like they were squashing it in their faces. b for independents. that's key. with republicans alone you don't surge. if you win over the independents you have a chance. >> people don't want labels anymore. sandra: speaking of labels. the president had a beautiful moment last night where he was calling for all parties to get together. watch this one. >> it would be a beautiful, beautiful thing if we could get together as two parties that lo our country and come up with that great healthcare and come up with that great tax deal for our people and tax reform. and infrastructure and so many other things. brian: there is catering at the end. there was but the bottom line here is that people love the idea of people coming together. when he talks about tax
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reform, getting things done. you see the republicans and independents an a. even democrats gave this a c. you know there is something there. sandra: he is talking about coming together and democrats gave him a c? >> there are a lot of democrats out there who are saying resist, resist, resist. i will not support any form of compromise. brian: so-called moderates on the left are talking about tax cuts. democrats have to have tax cuts. who is actually for tax increases? do you run on that? >> bearnsdz. steve: exactly right. meanwhile, one of the things that the president would like to check off his list is taking care of the veterans. is he overhauling the va. here he is on that. watch the numbers. >> we have achieved historic increase in defense spending. and we have created a new office of accountability at the v.a., our veterans, to ensure that our veterans get the care they so richly deserve. steve: all right. the grades?
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>> you can see there republicans a plus, independents b plus democrats. even democrats a c minus. what i have got to say is donald trump getting his message out to the people. speaking in his own voice. being a little bit unscripted. this is the donald trump that people want to hear from. you could just see him get his energy from it. and i think there is no question we will see him doing this more and more. brian: by the way, the va does have transformational. turbo speed health records electronic so when you go from active soldiers to inactive one to retired there is going to be no gap there might be something tangible and improving shortly. >> people want to see that so much of what donald trump ran on and supported by was this notion of patriotism. one of the most important things we can do is take care of our vets. steve: seems like every day there is a different poll out about popularity, favorability, and people have said well, look how low it is. of course, before the
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election, at love people said i don't know if you can really trust the polls. what about that? >> you know what? i would not be so focused on the polls. why are looking at the polls every single day as if it's some big indicator. if you were to be polled about your spouse, the one day they didn't take out the garbage you are going to poll them low. next day they gave you flowers you are going to poll them high. some ways i wouldn't look at. brian: day-to-day tracking poll doesn't help. >> no it doesn't. is he pretty stable and close to his base. this is a telephone poll. for the most part who answers their phone anymore if you don't answer the number? brian: 39% approval? >> i think there is a lot more sophisticated methods of understanding biases and understanding what's going on that they might not say out loud. his approval rating is probably higher than you think. people intrigued. there are certainly a number of people against him. i'm not going to say that. sandra: june, so early in his
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presidency. >> so early. i don't expect to see big increases in his polling numbers until we see tax reform and healthcare come out. people are looking to see what comes out today. brian: healthcare is going to be released. cbo judge it next week. and with that that release comes critics. i have got a problem with this. it's mean, it's this, it's that. >> no question the democrats are all ready to stomp and attack and say this isn't good. i'm hopeful the republicans are going to get the messaging right. focus on the benefits of what's in it for the american people and how thoughtful they have been about this plan. steve: thoughtful of you staying up last night tracking the dials. >> any time. love doing it. sandra: jillian? jillian: let's get you caught up on the news you need to know this hour. utah congressman jason chaffetz wants police to take threats against politicians more seniorously. it comes after he received
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these disturbing voice mails. >> hey, jason chaffetz, i suggest you prepare for the battle [bleep] and the apocalypse because we are going to hunt you down, wrap a rope around your neck and hang you from a lamp post. jillian: congressman chaffetz will join us live in the 8:00 hour. and this as we learn new details about the congressional baseball shooter james hodgkinson. the fbi revealing they found a second laptop more than 200 rounds of ammunition and rifle parts in a storage unit he rented outside d.c. one of his victims, congressman steve scalise now upgraded to fair condition. a star football recruit is turning heads not for his skills but for what he is wearing. take a look at his shirt tyreke smith taking the field in this shirt i hope i don't get killed for being black today. he wore it to ohio football camp to draw attention to what
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he considers an epidemic of african-american murders. potential jurors in the case against army desserter bowe bergdahl will be asked if they voted for trump or have been influenced by comments like these. >> he weighs a desserter. he was a dirty rotten desserter. jillian: bergdahl charged with desertion after abandoning his post in 20009 before being held captive by the taliban and traded for the reiss of five terrorists. that's a look at your headlines at this hour. brian: people got shot looking for him. that's the problem. steve: thanks, jillian. brian: coming up straight ahead. he fought for his flag now a veteran and his wife are being forced to take theirs down. >> we lost so many marines at iwo jima trying to put the flag up, and we are being hassled about taking the flag down. brian: that veteran and his
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the tug-of-war has got to end. >> wasn't this supposed to be a ban over with by now. all the judges heard before and a lot of them ended up in appellate courts. all the judges said the same thing. the ban is unconstitutional either motivated by the president's animus against muslims and used language he said before he was president or can't show how the people from these countries, not the government. the people from these countries are dangerous. all these decisions were made without a trial, without testimony, without looking at documents, just a reaction from the judges on the basis of the law. now it's in the supreme court. so the supreme court has to decide do we want to hear it now or do we want to send it back to them to actually have a trial and see if the administration can show that the president has the authority, that he made the right decision, that people from this country are more likely -- these six countries are more likely than not. if that happens, this won't get back to the supreme court until the end of president trump's current term.
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brian: what i don't get is this just personal? this is not rational because we are at day 150. 90 day ban from whenever it starts. they have had plenty of time. they have already made changes in home land security and immigration to stop some of these lawless terror laden nations from coming here. >> you are so smarted, kilmeade, all the questions but the to me on this no one said is it personal? it might be with some of the judges who took the most incendiary things that candidate trump said. they even took things that newt gingrich and rudy giuliani who are not in the government and didn't write the order said back in august of 2015 and the summer of 2016 and said awe, it's a muslim ban. if it had been signed by barack obama, we would have enforced it. because it was signed against somebody who expressed animus against muslims we are not going to enforce it. brian: kicked it up to the supreme court. i should have used the original. i kept -- he kept the word ban in the tweet.
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will that make things worse? >> yes, yes. he sometimes -- and you know why he tweets. he animates the base. he bypasses mainstream media and communicates. big big makes him feel better. >> right. better than anyone in history. some of these tweets are profoundly different than what the justice department has said. the judges finally say who should we believe here? the president's tweets or what the lawyers claim he means. brian: i have a prediction the supreme court means it. two different reasons to rejected. taking this case because there is enough there there for us to listen and then, of course, with the way the court is weighted he gets it through. that's my prescription. are we taping this, joel? >> this is live. this is a good prediction, brian. if they take the case they will not rule until the fall. does the travel ban kick in while the case is bend not guilty supreme court in that's what they have to answer today. brian: this is the type of
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cliff hanger that gets us ratings. >> yes. also shows kilmeade understands the law from time to time. brian: judge, use my last name. mr. kilmeade. this veteran has been told to take one of his flags down. he and his wife are here to explain. try to. a big show still ahead. we have congressman scott taylor, newt gingrich, chairman jason chaffetz all joining us live. ♪ it's the final countdown ♪ ♪ the final countdown ♪
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♪ sandra: he fight for our country now a navy veteran on his wife have been told to take down one of their flag poles displaying an american flag or face a fine. steve: that's right. the city says the couple broke the code but the couple says they are being punished for being very patriotic. >> brian: joining us now via skype ron and his wife sherriy. ron, what was your fundamental thought when you received word that your flag is a problem? >> well, actually furious. i can't believe that somebody even turned me in on the code. the two flags i had put up -- they were professionally done. they were flying beautiful. everybody enjoyed them. but one person has nothing to do, i guess file the code violation. so we went in front of the
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city council and they try to help us they say if it's in the code you can take it down. they made me take it down on d-day if you can believe that it was unbelievable. then to top it off, they charged me $104 for permit to put the flag pole in the ground. only 200 minutes from here they have two flag poles. sandra: what are your options here? i understand there is a hefty cost to file a petition, $4,400? >> $4,400 to file a petition and nothing to say that it will get put on the ballot. all the commission has to do is say it's okay. and they said they are going to look at it later on down the road. but meanwhile we have to take the flag pole out. but the planning commissioner said hey, you can leave it there if you make it a flag pole. so to me it's an insult to have to take any american flag down.
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that's what our people fight for, this is america, we should be able to fly our red, white, and blue. steve: ron, you mentioned a moment ago at the last house you lived in you had two in front of your house. you moved to the new house and put two up and neighbor narked on you. why do you want two flags? why isn't one enough? moved into hughes. we built that telescopic flag pole. i thought it patriotic to put two in the front to make it real nice. one on one side of the house and one on the other side of the house. sandra: it is beautiful as the mayor said. >> yeah, it is gorgeous. >> my father was in world war ii he fought and he was shot. he would die if he would see what was happening now.
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my son was in the navy. in the artillery. this is ridiculous. >> so is my brother. >> utterly ridiculous. brian: here is what the statement says from the development. the city of gulf respect galt ro fly. very cut and dry and callous. game on, right? you are not quitting. >> we are not quitting. the funny part is about it. if i want to put 100 flags on the front of my house off the roof it's okay. i can't put two poles in the ground. >> we can have two poles or three poles coming out of the side of our house which are technically flag poles. sandra: thanks to you and both of your families for their service. >> thank you. brian: thanks for fighting back. come up on this show. steve: college professor goes unhinged calling for the destruction of white people. how does he still have a job some are wondering? sandra: after we got our
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>> an act of terrorism in our homeland. a police officer stand in the neck at an airport in flint, michigan. witnesses say the attacker shouted al lacshout allah akbar. >> leave that washington swamp. i believe that's why the time has come for new immigration rules. >> look, i will tell you about the democrats. >> we're 5-0. and the truth is people love us, all of us. they love us. they don't get it. they haven't figured it out yet. >> the democrats are starting to realize that their strategy isn't working and they are
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blaming the poster child for losing and that is nancy pelosi. >> former home land security secretary jeh johnson becoming the latest top intelligence official to reject the idea that there was some grand scheme between associates of president trump and russians. >> you have seen no evidence that the russians were successful at changing voter tallies or voter totals? >> correct. >> the media and the democrats have this russian concussion. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i feel good today ♪ can't nobody bring me down ♪ and i just got paid ♪ and. brian: sounds like thomas rhett. sandra: we have the best music on this show.
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pumping me up. steve: look who is here. sandra smith is here for ainsley who has exclusive interview with the vice president of the united states. sandra: great to be here. brian: getting set for outnumbered. steve: right now you are outnumbered. sandra: did you notice that? it's like flipped. brian: i'm not sure if you are talking about last night the president went to iowa seems to be back to campaign mode to explain what he's doing, what these special elections have meant and what he plans on doing. he even made some news last night. steve: he did indeed. sandra: a lot of talk about winning. steve: kind of a victory lap. talk about those young women behind him taking selfies and chewing gum. it was fifth rally in five months. do you think it's a good idea? you do. we will share some of your comments in a moment. here's the president talking a little bit about what he has got next on the agenda. >> i think healthcare is going
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to happen and infrastructure is going to happen. going to have a lot of exciting things over the next few months. and i look forward to being able to produce it let's see what happens. [cheers] >> if we had even a little democrat support, just a little like a couple of votes, you would have everything. but, again, they just want to stop. they just want to obstruct. and their plan isn't working because they thought they were going to win last night in atlanta. and they have been unbelievably nasty. really nasty. and they thought -- they spent close to $30 million on this kid who forgot to live in the community that he was in. i mean, you know. make it hard to get their support but who cares. and if karen handel had lost, they would have blamed it on me which is fine. if she had lost they would have been there for weeks talking about this would have been the greatest defeat in the history of american politics. when she won, when they said
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projected winner is karen handel, then they said we switch to another program, right? [laughter] so it was so short. they couldn't get out of there fast enough. this happened in montana, right? in kansas. last night south carolina with ralph, who was expected to win and he won, california. so, but it's been incredible. so we are 5-0. we're 5-0. [cheers] brian bryan it means a lot. it meant a lot to those people. also means a lot to those republicans that say i have to stay away from the president. we could lose the house if we do. healthcare too controversial. instead have win, win, win. margins not as big in the past. they were all victories.
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they said hey, i can go follow this president and not have political suicide. can i get on board tax reform, infrastructure as well as healthcare. >healthcare. sandra: reminds you why the president tweets. he feels he doesn't get his message out: the media doesn't get his message out. he takes it straight to the people. took his message straight to the people on immigration and the wall and making a little news. listen. >> i believe the time has come for new immigration rules which say those seeking admission into our country must be able to support themselves financially and should not use welfare for a period of at least five years. and, yes, we will build the wall. we have already started planning. it will be built. i'm a builder. that's what i love to do. that's probably what i do best. i'm a builder. and we're thinking of something that's unique.
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we're talking about the southern border. lots of sun. lots of heat. we are thinking about building the wall as a solar wall so it creates energy. and pays for itself. and this way mexico will have to pay much less money. and that's good. steve: there you go. we actually had a guy on two weeks ago talking about the solar wall and how it's private industry public facility that they are talking about. and so there is on the books this blueprint for it. are they going to go that way? it would be really cool. sandra: it would cut down on mexico's cost to build that wall as you heard the president point out. steve: if you were driving in your car and you were listening on the radio to the president, you missed quite a show behind him because there were three young trump supporters screen left there is a young woman who on national selfie day took a number of selfies of herself. there is a woman behind the
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president wearing a hawkeye's cap right there. there is the girl in the make america great red cap who chew you had gum during much. sandra: the whole time. so if you were watching it was probably a little distracting. i don't know. maybe not brian kilmeade. brian: jonathan writes us and say the trump girls chew gum instead of rioting and vandalizing. that is the difference. greg says? >> sandra: female trump supportner red hat at rally breaking newses chewing gum on camera. msm wants to investigate russian collusion. steve: she supports the president and is young. i'm with her. brian: something going on on capitol hill earlier in the day that was a call up from the former homeland security secretary jeh johnson to come explain when he knew about the alleged russian hacking into our elections and why wasn't more done about it? and a lot of this was jeh johnson never looked more composed and more rested.
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shows it wearing on you. when he was asked when you knew about this in the summer, when you went up in july to the dnc and said your software has been hacked, they would not turn over the server to him, which he said he still doesn't understand why he wouldn't. debbie wasserman schultz denied it ever was requested. could there have been something else on that server, home land security wasn't allowed to see possibly? when jeh johnson was asked though about russia affecting the election, here was his answer. >> is that still your opinion that '16 election that the intrusion, whatever russians other others did it not effect the actual voting itself? >> based on everything i know, that is correct. i know of no evidence that through cyber intrusions, votes were altered or suppressed in some way. steve: that's really critical. not a single vote was changed.
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he did say that when he was the department of homeland security secretary the administration was reluctant to tell the country what had happened. they did, in fact, talk about it and they made press availability and they talked about it, but it didn't get much attention because it was on the same day the access hollywood video came out. so everybody was talking about that. not talking about this. sandra: go ahead. brian: why they waited until october. they said we didn't want to put our foot on the scale. one of the candidates talked about this whole thing rigged and fixed. if we came out and said there has already been some problems it would have played into that. we kept our mouth shut it doesn't talk about why they didn't come out over the summer and tell everybody. steve: well you are running the government. why aren't you stopping it? there has got to be a way for the department of homeland security to stop this thing. if you know it's going on, why didn't you turn it off? sandra: last night on hannity kellyanne conway said something about the media and democrats.
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i wonder if this will stick. the russian concussion. steve: ouch. >> during the campaign i used to say there is this total disconnect between what americans are telling us is important to them and what they're being told is important to them. sigh it again now that he is president. the media and the democrats have this russian concussion and they have lost like muscle memory to be able to function in any other way to talk about anything he is doing. that doesn't mean the people don't see it. steve: the russian concussion. sandra: got to chuckle. brian: i think we have turned the page. democrats and never trumpers saying there is no collusion. 7 month investigation. you cannot lead a show with collusion. because of have you nothing to go with. it's not the sci-fi channel. pressure people to do real shows. steve: you may be right. you may be wrong though. last night when we were carrying the president live during the make america great again rally. we carried it fox business carried it the other channels
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carried other stuff and talked a lot about russian collusion. sandra: we have a fox news alert. let's get to jillian. jillian: good morning to you and to you at home. fox news alert. at any moment isis could attack. the brutal terror group calling for a surge of violence during islam's holiest day. this as the feds investigate an act of terror on american soil at an airport in flint, michigan. authorities say he shouted allah akbar before ambushing an officer from behind repeatedly stabling him in the neck with 12-inch hunting knife. the officer in stable but serious condition at this hour. authorities rating the apartment in quebec. he is now behind bars. he holds dual citizenship for to your knowledge antunisia and. cindy making landfall in
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lazarus this morning. flooding now threatening the swowt isolated amount of 15 inches of rain. expected to dump across the 125eu9. the eye of the storm is expected to move into arkansas tomorrow. we just learned 600 buildings in england could be coated with that same as on the london high rise where 79 people were killed in fast moving fire. in just hours thousands of families will be informed if their apartments are safe or not. so far three already testing positive, forcing hundreds out of their homes. and today senate republicans will unveil their plan to repeal and replace obamacare after a secret legislative process, majority leader mitch mcconnell will roll out a draft discussion to his members this morning. sources tell fox the reason for the secrecy is because the bill will be substantially different than the house version. now, this comes as the nation's second largest health insurer anthem just ended its
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agreements in indiana and wisconsin for next year. anthem says it can't manage the cost of sick patients signing up for obamacare. a look at your headlines this morning. brian: the republican plan leaked out to the "the washington post." a lot of the details are there. now it's going to have a week of debate. steve: leaked out to the post because apparently the leadership had given it to lobbyists to take a look at and they leaked it to the press. sandra: thanks, jillian. coming up, isis telling its people murder innocent people now. steve: after we got our d.n.a. tested and found out about our heritage, there is janice getting swab in her mouth, we inspired one woman watching to do the same thing. she wound up meeting a person she has been searching for her entire life. her mother. sandra: i get goose bumps. steve: no kidding. you will too.
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brian: fox news alert now.
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a flifer serious condition at this hour after a mad man shouting allah akbar alleged islamic extremist plunged a 12-inch hunting knife into his neck multiple times. that happened in flint michigan. investigating. former navy seal with us now. this is the week e this is the ramadan month with islam and this is called the week of power. and last night the night of power. scott, you guys used to do this on the war on terror. now we are asking cops to fight off these radicals. what's happening here? >> good morning, brian, it's great to be with you and your viewers of course this morning. we are in a new era. there is no question about it. hats off to officer neville. he is obviously a hero and saved some lives. that's another example of local law enforcement that has done that. we can't be 100 percent secure out there.
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there is the ability to launch these low level type of attack outs there. people have to be vigilant and communication between not just intelligence community but local law enforcement and cities and international cities need to communicate more and have communication will people may be radicalized and do acts of terror. brian: this isn't laguardia, this is flint, michigan. orlando, san bernardino. what is the message to law enforcement out there who maybe is trained for traditional law enforcement do they have to be trained differently even though they are stepping up wonderfully. you wonder if they are going to be equipped for this generation of terrorists. >> hats off to law enforcement across the country. i they are equipped. this officer took a stabbing to the neck but still subdued this guy. equipped to do it but communication is key to figure out if there is any potential
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folks who may have been on the radar, if you will, in different cities and, like i said, this underscores it. so you had this guy from a city from canada, right, that came over here. so cities have to communicate as well, too. there has to be communication between intelligence communities, other local law enforcement as well. i think they are equipped to do it. they have proven theirselves quite frankly. it is a new world. we have to stay vigilant. there is not 100 percent security out there. brian: congressman you saw brussels and paris and multiple attacks in london. this is the middle of ramadan. what's the sense inside homeland security about this month in particular. >> there is a heightened sense of alertness, of course, across the world because yes, as you said, isis has called four attacks during this holy month, which is unfortunate because, unfortunately a lot of the attacks, the victims are muslims around the world, which is very unfortunate, of course, this is certainly a month where we have to have a heightened sense of awareness in local law enforcement and intelligence communities around the world.
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sandra: some quick headlines this morning. a french fitness blogger dies from a heart attack after whipped cream dispenser explodes. it struck her chest. rebecca burger's family shared the photo on social media. 33-year-old model was at her french home during the tragic incident. steve: she had a heart attack. sandra: unbelievable. outrage after freed from jail and moved next door to his victim.
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harold english went to prison more than a decade ago for sexually abusing step niece. now living with his mother whose properties is only 100 yards away from victim. never wants to go home since he is so close by. and a bombshell report about the bill cosby sex assault trial. one juror says the comedian wasn't found guilty because two of the 12 jurors fought for his innocence. after 52 hours of deliberations the judge declared a mistrial. steve: 10 of them thought he was guilty. meanwhile yesterday our own janice dean found out more about her family roots with the help of my heritage. this morning sharing the amazing of one "fox & friends" viewer have inspired by our deliveries she was able to find somebody she had been searching for her whole life. >> i'm watching steve and ainsley and brian like every morning and i watch their joy and watched them -- you talk to them about things.
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but i didn't realize i had a d.n.a. test done many years ago and i didn't realize that you could actually be hooked up with matches. so, as soon as i saw that i mean, while i was watching "fox & friends," i was on the computer and, you know, getting my d.n.a. test ordered. brian: her incredible story-here with her incredible story contributor of my heritage ivette. can you believe this happened. >> i can believe. it happens every day. people go on to my heritage got come. buy these d.n.a. test and swab themselves and instantly matched with relatives around the world. global database. people like sue searching for biological families finally he a have answers. steve: i didn't realize it can find family members. >> we have had so much fun looking into everyone's ethnicity. so much fun to see where you are from. there are so many layers to. this people are looking for answers.
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trying to find lining call family and automatic particularly connects you to this global network. brian: how did this come together. >> sue was home watching us that morning as we dove into your background and that morning watching this show as she does every morning. she is watching right now hi, sue u it changed her life. we have some more audio from sue. steve: all right. listen. >> it was mother's day i said well, i will check my emails and there was an email from my heritage and said here are your d.n.a. results. and then it says you have 41 d.n.a. matches. i said okay, i'm going to copy and paste the email to 8 of them. start out with 8. the first one answered me and said oh, yeah, well, you know, my aunt mary had four children that you are describing. so i went outside. and i called my uncle who turned out to be my uncle stan oh yeah, she is still alive? oh, yeah. she is in a nursing home. here is her number. so i called her. within two hours, maybe an
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hour and a half of getting the d.n.a. results, i was talking to her. janice: connection almost immediately. >> not only talking to her. she went upstate new york to visit her mother. i was there that weekend. we have video of the emotional. when i sat down and talked to sue. she cried the entire time. she had been searching for answers. she did d.n.a. test years ago. she was searching. she tried bribing people. she called every name in the phone book. this woman searched for years. sandra: sounds like it was so easy. this was a cousin. >> easy now because the technology has changed so much. again, watching you guys inspired her to get online and found her mother and found those answers. brian: they stay in touch today. >> i went upstate and met her with her moim just last weekend. she sat down with me and cried the entire time. she actually had a very special message for you guys. she credits you and considers you her family. she watches every morning. and credits you with helping find her mom.
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steve: let's watch this. >> this is all my friends at "fox & friends." i feel like you are my friends. i have been watching you. i probably see more of you during the week than i do the rest of my family. thank you so much for having this segment with yvette on my heritage. i'm happy for what you people have found out. and i'm thrilled with everything that i have found out. >> another suggestion with this d.n.a. is add kleenex. >> for somebody who might also be interested based on what they just saw, how do you do this? how do you get started? >> we are making it easy especially for fox friends. my heritage wants to help everybody find those connections. special coupon code for fox friends. go my heritage d.n.a. you will have discounted kit as well as free shipping. steve: not only we found out what our heritage was. i thought i was half irish.
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only 19% irish. i'm extreatmentsly scandinavianish. it can hook you up with people in your family. it doesn't necessarily say this is your mother and this are your kids. >> every family has a story and everybody is looking for some type of answers. whether ethnicity or biological family searching for. answer for everyone inside this kit. for me, looking for the family that my grandmother hid from the nazis and we found them with the help of my heritage. >> i would love to hear all the stories from the "fox & friends" folks that find their family. >> sue actually posted steve after watching us and finding her. by the way she found her mother on mother's day and then she posted a note on your facebook page and that's what led us to her. >> even from yesterday when we got the results i had like a dozen people contact me how do i do this? >> keep them coming. that's the message. steve: if you have a story, post it on the "fox & friends" facebook and we will take a look. >> thank you for sharing.
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she wrote me after watching you and she said thank you again, she feels after searching she is finally at peace. sandra: i love it. brian: going to hurt the psychic industry. steve: sue thank you very much for those kind words about "fox & friends." you are our friend. sandra: days after steve scheez shot man leaves voice mail to jason chaffetz office. >> hunt you down, wrap a rope around your neck and hang you from a lamppost. >> nothing was done about it. brian: college professor goes on hinge calling for destruction of white people. how does he still have a job at trinity college. lawrence jones from the blaze gives us his take on that. at least he promised to. >> how's it going? sandra: how are you doing? good morning.
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they are going after their leadership. what are they doing wrong. >> they are focused on emotion. the american people are broke. and their kids is suffering. the education system, the healthcare markets are out of control. and the democratic party cannot focus on the facts. they can't focus on the economy. so, they have traditionally focused on emotion and it worked calling people racist, xenophobic, sexist. when people are struggling they don't want to hear that they want their lives to be better. sandra: it's not working, that message. they see it's not working with these election results. you still don't see them changing their message or their rhetoric. >> they have made donald trump the target. because they think he is unlikeable, they think they can have this resistance and russia and scare the hell out of americans. brian: resistance summer. >> exactly. if they can scare the hell out of americans and believe that donald trump was a double agent for russia they would be successful. it's absurd.
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the american people know it after comey said well, he was never under investigation. steve: donald trump just wanted somebody to say on the record. now, what makes your perspective unique is the fact that you voted for barack obama in 2008. >> oh, yeah. steve: young guy, thought this guy was going to change everything, did not. for the most part during the obama administration nancy pelosi was his partner up on capitol hill. a lot of democrats are saying we need a better message and we need new leadership because she is not working out. >> that's true. but they are scared of nancy pelosi. she has all the money. she holds a lot of weight. and until the democratic party gets younger leadership, they won't be effective. they are trying the same old tricks. and the american people are sick of it nancy pelosi, as well as barack obama need to bring their party in and say we have got to start focusing on jobs and the economy. until they do that, they won't be successful. brian: let's talk about trinity college. sandra: and this college
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professor johnny eric williams associate professor of sociology. if you haven't seen this yet. he posted this it is past time for the racially oppressed to do what people who believe themselves ton white will not do. put end to the vectors of their destructive mythology of whiteness and their white supremacy system #let them f.ing die. the time is now to confront these inhuman blank and end this now. tough to read through such vulgar message. what's going on here? >> the political rhetoric is going through here. sandra: trinity? >> i'm libertarian. i believe in free speech. we have an attack on conservatism. on republicans. and until we call it out, i know a lot of people disagree with me. but, when this shooter targeted the congressman, he said are they republicans or are they democrats? when people keep telling me don't make it about politics, you are politicizing it he
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made it about politics when he asked are you republican or are you democrat? it's clear from the college campuses all the way to the conservatives and media, we are being targeted. steve: this particular fellow did wind up apologizing. because there are so many threats into clinton they had to close the campus yesterday. it might be open today. >> i don't believe the apology. that's in your heart. brian: get out of jail free card? >> trying to keep your job. i think these people should be punished. it's going too far. they are beheading the president. steve: do you want him fired. >> yes, i want him fired. that's a threat. i'm all for free speech. when you incite violence then you are crossing the line. time for law enforcement to step up their game, take the hands off the law enforcement and let them prosecute these people. brian: i think things might change for democrats. they see they have no message. people like cher saying they have no message. congressman ryan saying they have no message. they might understanding even the numbers look strong for the economy, if people aren't feeling it and you are not
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responding to it, they can note get out of the starting block. >> this goes back to losing. how long do they want to lose? either wise up or lose the next election. i predict they are setting the stage for donald trump's re-election right now. if they continue. brian: inadvertently. >> they don't know what they're doing right now. if they keep making it about russia when the american people keep screaming we want our jobs. we want you to put america first. we are tired of illegal immigration and donald trump is improving that we have a conservative supreme court justice. if the they don't listen to the american people the american people won't listen to them. steve: there is somebody who wants to keep nancy pelosi that's the republicans? >> exactly right. keep her there. sandra: good to have you this morning. steve: time for news. jillian. jillian: let's get you caught up on what you need to know. just days after congressman steve scalise was shot. jason chaffetz says he was targeted. utah congressman releasing
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these deletening voice mails to his office. take a look. >> hey jason chaffetz, i suggest you prepare for the battle mode and the apocalypse. because we're going to hunt you down, wrap a rope around your neck and you hang you from a lamppost. jillian: that is scary stuff and this as we learn flu details about the congressional baseball shooter james hodgkinson. fbi agents revealing they found a second laptop. more than 200 rounds of ammunition and rifle parts all in a storage unit he rented outside d.c. one of the victims congressman steve scalise updated to fair condition. congressman chaffetz joins us live in the 8:00 hour how we can protect politicians. edge more than a quarter of illegal my grants have ties to immigrant gangs. revealing findings after surveying unaccompanied children in their facilities. the trump administration has
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vowed to take down gangs like ms-13. many members come from central america. we saw first hand how they terrorized communities when brian went for a ride along with police in suffolk county, new york. a florida sheriff is sending out a call to arms, encouraging people to be prepared before becoming a victim. >> if you're not afraid of a gun, get one. and if you need to shoot somebody, shoot them a lot. >> consider another kind of weapon like pepper spray or a taser. look at your headlines. pretty tough words there but having the conversation. sandra: thanks, jillian. brian: coming up straight ahead talk politics. democrats keep losing elections why a former clinton strategist says that's not good for the future of their party. i guess losing doesn't help. sandra: plus, newt gingrich will be here at the top of the hour.
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too negative. it's not being effective in changing the electoral calculus. i think that's clear after so many outings with the same set of messages. steve: how do they fix it? >> what we did in the 90's was moved not to the left but more to the center. started talking about making government bigger, class warfare, dealing with the modern problems of the world. there are some new problems whether it's a opioid crisis, lack of infrastructure, democrats could be focusing on some incredibly strong messages right now. steve: you say the democrat party should move toward the middle but you know there are a lot of people very progressive like to see things get pulled way to the left. they love bernie sanders on everything. and the party should go that direction. >> well, there is unquestionablably, i think that is the battle for the soul of the party. i think we have seen it before. i think have you seen it globally.
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if parties move too far left there is about 25% of the people in this country liberal. it really can't sustain a far left party that will be successful electorally. people are looking for problem-solving. they are looking for compromise on the issues. 89% want to see president trump and the democrats and the republicans work together. until they see that happen, they are giving negative ratings to all of them. steve: sure. i know you are working on a new harvard harris poll. it's going to come out next week. could you kind of tell us what america is thinking right now? >> yeah. it's going to come out in the hill next week. we're just finishing the tabulation. i can say that we're beginning to see that americans see these investigations as hurting the country. >> they know we should do it. concerned whether there was russian influence or not in the election. steve: right. >> at a certain point they think congress should be focusing more on the problems of the country rather than investigations. and i think that's beginning to come through in the polls.
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steve: that would be good news for donald trump. bad news for the democrats. because that seems to be the card they are playing. >> well, my point is there is plenty of room for democrats to maneuver. trump is also negative. the certainly he has got a lot of problems in the administration of government in areas of his presidency. and so there are weaknesses for democrats to exploit. think can't win unless they shift the message more positive, more co constructive and problem solving. that was the path back in the 1990s and has to be defined for today's issues. steve: mark penn knows a lot about politics. thank you for joining us live from d.c. >> thank you. steve: 10 minutes before the top of the hour. the president back in front of people, keeping campaign promises like this. >> we're thinking about building the wall as a solar wall so it creates. [cheers] >> so it creates energy and pays for itself.
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>> an act of terrorism in our homeland. a police officer stabbed in the neck at an airport in flint, michigan. witnesses say the attacker shouted allahu akbar. >> isis is called for attacks during this holy month, so people have to be vigilant. >> it's always terrific to be able to leave that washington swamp. that's why i believe the time has come for new immigration rules. look, i'll tell you about the democrats. so we're 5-0. we're 5-0. the truth is people love us, all of us. they love us. they don't get it. they haven't figured it out yet.
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>> the democrats are starting to realize that their strategy isn't working, and they're blaming the poster child for losing, and that is nancy pelosi. >> until the democratic party gets young leadership, they won't be effective. they're trying the same old tricks, and the american people are sick of it. >> jay johnson becoming the latest top intelligence official to reject the idea that there was some grand scheme between associates of president trump and the russians. >> you had seen no evidence that the russians were successful at changing voter tallies or voter totals. >> correct. >> the media and the democrats have this russian concussion. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ steve: yeah, i bet donald trump liked the sound of the applause last night. he was there at the u.s. cellular center in grand rapids, iowa. to 5,000 people, it was the make america great again rally, and he was taking a victory. >> it reminded us all of of the campaign, the trump campaign, and the election. he went up there, took a lot of credit for republicans. he made several comments about he is winning, the white house is winning. brian: and last week this is tech week, and it started with the ceos and cf os of the most powerful tech companies in the country, and that's what he's trying to bring to rural america, and he understands the working class and rural america put him in the white
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house. obviously, the crowd was there. we've seen him a lot. he actually feels great about what's happened with these special elections because in the people around him, there's a sense of, oh, my goodness, when is this russia thing going to get done? when are we going to stop with this comey talk? but out there, you feel as though it's not resonating with the american people. in fact, here's a little of some of his comments last night. >> i think health care is going to happen and infrastructure's going to happen. you're going to have a lot of exciting things over the next few months, and i look forward to being able to produce it. let's see what happens. if we had even a little democrat support, just a little, like, a couple of votes, you would have everything. but, again, they just want to stop. they just want to obstruct. and their plan isn't working because they thought they were going to win last night in atlanta. and they've been unbelievably nasty. really nasty.
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and they thought -- they spent close to $30 million on this kid who forgot to live in the community that he was in. i mean, you know. they're making it a little bit hard to get their support, but who cares. and if karen handle had lost, they would have blamed it on me, which is fine. and if she lost, they would have been there for weeks talking about this is the greatest defeat in american politics. when she won, when they said projected winner is karen handle. then they said we switch to another program; right? so it was so short. they couldn't get out of there fast enough. this happened in montana; right? in kansas, last night south carolina with ralph who was expected to win, and he won. california. so. but it's been incredible. so we're 5-0.
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we're 5-0. [applause] steve: of course he was talking about the special congressional election in georgia which once upon a time was held by the former speaker of the house and former 2012 gop presidential candidate of course we're talking about newt gingrich whose book understanding trump just hit number one on new york times best-selling list. congratulations, mr. speaker. >> thank you. and thank you everybody at fox who helped us do such a good job of understanding trump. steve: well, it's a really good book. so we heard before the election, this was going to be a referendum on trump, at least that's what the mainstream media wanted us to think. we looked at the early polls no way she could win, but she did. what happened? >> it was a referendum on donald trump. steve: that was easy. brian: you know georgia. you know that district. and you know too that he spent
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$20 million more. >> largest republican turnout ever in a georgia special election. people said "oh, this is really -- and karen handle is a good candidate. she got better and better as the campaign went on. ossoff's not living in the district as president trump went out and this became a huge weight on him. they had a debate, and each got to ask one question. she turned and said who are you going to vote for in the election? he couldn't answer because he wasn't allowed to vote in his own election. and i think all of that stuff came together. but in the end, i think the vote -- the margin of victory for people who are determined not to allow the news media and nancy pelosi and hollywood liberals to defeat donald trump in their district, and i think that was probably the margin of victory. so the news media had it right. this is a referendum on trump. he won. the problems with the news media is they can't come to
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grips with the fact that in five different specials, the republicans have won, and that sort of says maybe doing a lot better in america than he is in the news media. sandra: mr. speaker, there's questions about nancy pelosi's future coming from both parties. obviously now we're hearing from democrats. some of them not really willing to speak out on that. but still, democrats are having their issues. is it time for some soul searching? is it time for some changes possibly at the top with nancy pelosi? >> oh, no. oh, no. brian: you want them to keep her? >> i hope they keep nancy for ten more years. i want her there for at least another decade. they work perfectly in georgia. we know exactly how to run against the nancy-pelosi-run party. we have no questions in 2018 nancy pelosi versus paul ryan, and i hope that the democrats keep her right where she is for a long, long time. at least a decade. brian: you know, one thing is
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clear, mr. speaker. even from the week you were here when your book rolled out is that i sense the russia thing has hit a brick wall and that the democrats after these four-straight losses are going to let him be president and go at on him health care, north korea policy, and things like that because even they can't get a show through with collusion. >> let me draw a distinction. i think you're right, and i think frankly we were not very smart. jay johnson put it right yesterday. remember, for jay johnson to say the russians have successfully done something, he had to say he failed as homeland security chief. brian: yes. >> and so we should have turned it back on the obama administration from day one and said "are you telling us that you are so incompetent that for six months, the russians were doing something, and you didn't know it? i think they would have to have said, oh, no, we're not that incompetent. so i think jay johnson won
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more brick in that wall. here's the problem. muller, who's hiring liberal democrats as the lawyers who came from law firm, which gave -- think about this number. .19%. .19 of 1% of its donations went to trump. 99.81% went to hillary. that's where mueller's from. mueller's now going to drop obstruction and go to finances. but he is out there trying to find a way to get either trump or somebody close to trump. i think it is disgraceful, i think it is a disaster, and people need to understand. mueller's running a left-wing democratic group. the lawyers he has hired have terrible records. one of them was employed by the clinton administration specifically to stop freedom information act request. now, how is that for transparency? one of them was reputeiated
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9-0 by the superior court after they destroyed a company with 85,000 jobs. so i mean, look carefully at mueller because now it's not going to be russia. now it's going to be a personal vendetta by robert mueller against the president of the united states. steve: well, you know what's interesting, mr. speaker, we had mark penn on about 20 minutes ago, and he said he has a new harris harbor poll that's coming out monday in the hills newspaper. and one of the findings is -- and he was reluctant to give us the full depth of it but the helen is america people think all of this russia talk and how they're promoting it on the democratic side is hurting america. >> yeah. well, it does. i mean -- but, look, the democrats have made it very clear that they are -- and we'll see what happens as they digest the defeat of georgia because that may have been sort of the unlocking event that gets them to come to grips with reality.
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but up until now since election night they have been so traumatized by losing, and so traumatized by donald trump winning, that they have been incapable of cooperating with anything. and i hope the president's right. i think, for example, in the senate, i wouldn't be shocked because mitch mcconnell is such a great leader to see two or three democrats from very trump states. north dakota, missouri, maybe make a decision to vote for west virginia, some of those may decide want to vote for the health bill because they don't want to go home as an antitrump liberal. brian: it would be stunning because we haven't seen that in nine years. . >> but it's possible. sandra: mr. speaker, thanks for coming on with us. good to see you. brian: and stay number one, okay, mr. speaker? let's do it two weeks in a row. >> okay. i will. sandra: thank you, sir. jillian. >> good morning at home.
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we have a lot of news to catch up on. isis could attack at any moment, and that has the world at high alert. calling for a surge of attacks on muslim's holiest day. authorities say amor shouted allahu akbar before repeatedly stabbing an officer in the neck with a 12-inch hunting knife. now behind bars. he holds dual citizenship for canada. scott taylor joined us earlier saying the key to preventing attacks is communication between law enforcement. . >> international cities need to communicate more and have communication about potential suspects out there that may be radicalized. >> hurt in the attack in serious but stable condition at this hour. today, senate republicans will
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unreveal their plan to repeal and replace obamacare. roll out discussions to members this morning. sources tell fox the reason for the secrecy is because the bill will be substantially different than the house version. this comes as the nation's second largest health insurer anthem just ended its agreement in indiana and wisconsin next year. anthem says it can't manage the cost of sick patients signing up for obamacare. that's a look at your headlines, guys. i'll see you in a little bit. steve: thank you very much. meanwhile, just days after steve scalise was shot, releasing these threatening voice mails that he got at his office. >> we're going to hunt you down, wrap a rope around your neck, and hang you from a post. steve: oh, man. but congressman jason chaffetz says nothing was done about that. brian: and president trump says the border wall could go
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steve: president trump out of the dc swamp and back in the heartland for a presidential-style rally in the heartlands. so did his message resonate with voters? lee carter is a president and pollster and put a lot of the sound bytes to the test. good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: all right. first up, we heard the president talk many times about building the wall. he's got support on the right. if he made it a solar wall, he would get support on the left; right? >> that's what you would think. steve: all right. watch the sound byte and then look at the dial. >> we're thinking about building the wall as a solar wall, so it creates energy. and pays for itself. [cheers and applause] and this way mexico will have to pay much less money. and that's good. steve: all right. grade wise. >> so you can see the
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republicans loved it. and democrats an f. i was surprised. because i would have thought they want alternative energy. they said at best, it was a joke, and at worst, it was him taunting democrats and almost making fun of them. so it sort of backfired with democrats. i know he's not trying to reach those folks. independent and the republicans really did respond, though. steve: okay. also, the president talked a little bit about how he would love to have the political parties get together, watch the sound byte, and the lines. >> it would be a beautiful, beautiful thing if we could get together as two parties that love our country and come up with that great health care and come up with that great tax deal for our people and tax reform. and infrastructure. and so many other. steve: and the democrats didn't like it but the republicans and independents were together.
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>> thank you sure were. both gave it a c, and i would say a c for democrats is pretty good. across the board, a beautiful, beautiful thing if republicans and democrats could get together" this is his fifth rally in five months. tell me why this is an effective tool for the president to use. >> you know, one of the things that donald trump has done so well throughout the campaign is he gets his message out directly to the people. he is the president of the people and for the people, and that's why he resonates so much. when he goes out there, this is who he is. people want to hear directly from him. you can just see the engagement and the energy is really clear and palpable, and i think he feeds off of it as well, and you can see it reach a circle. steve: some people complained about his twitter use, but nobody complains about him going to rallies. same thing. jumping past the media filter. >> and i tell you, a lot of people i speak to in these groups love his use of twitter. steve: lee carter, thank you. donald trump tweeted out some real estate advice.
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brian: check your watches. time for news by the numbers. first, $49 million, that's the asking price of former first lady jackie kennedy's child omaha home. it looks pretty nice. it's like sandra smith's estate. it was built in 1919. it has nine bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, an indoor and outdoor pool. next, you're going to love this story. $1million. that's how much this house is as a fixer-upper on hgtv.
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it's a two-story home with one bed and one bath and now it's 1,000 square feet. it was built in 1920. listed at 28,000. now over a million. it's hard for me to imagine that being a good-bye. and finally, speaking of what i have in my savings account, $1 billion. that's how much george clooney is getting for his tequila company that looks exactly like that. the oscar winner handing it over to the world's largest spirits maker. clooney started the company as a private collection with his friends. now to sandra. >> bravo, ryan. five years before he was president, donald trump made a very bold claim on the future of america's housing market june of 2012. now is the time to buy housing before values have finally
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recovered. in five years, i told you so. it seems was right as housing prices continued to rise across the country. joining us host of the property man on the fox business network. bob, so good to see you. >> thank you. sandra: so the president nailed it. five years ago today he has the right to say i told you so. >> and so much -- many people in the real estate business like the president of course who understands real estate, sandra, saw how everything was diving down, and this was a great time to go in and buy. those people that were in the investment business, investors in real estate, hedge funds, and others, went in and bought many properties all over the country. and now, they've skyrocketed. it's a tremendous return on their business. sandra: so he made these comments in the second quarter of 2012. can you give us -- a housing price index. but it's a very clear illustration of what happened to housing prices that
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dramatic decline that we saw in prices, and it was right in that year, 2012, that trump made that prediction, he put out that tweet about housing buy now, and it brings us to the present. things have certainly turned around. is the trend going to continue? >> yeah. there's a couple of things. first of all, that was pocketed in different parts of the country. for example, vegas, texas, florida, new mexico, arizona, southern california, really felt the crisis and the losses from, like, '07 to '12 getting to that point. at this point, it's what we're experiencing, a microcapitalism. you don't have a lot of inventory on the market, as you know that the demand is there, so is the result, the prices are going up. so if the inventory opens up, the prices will stabilize. but right now, properties, for example, in vegas between 250 and 450,000, there's a bidding war. if you went to buy a home on a retail market right now in
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vegas, there's a bidding war on it. sandra: well, bob, as usual, we have viewer e-mails coming in for you. john in florida says i have continued issues with the hoa in my development. i feel like i am being treated differently. what rights do i have? >> homeowners' associations obviously play a very important roll in developments through the country. if, in fact, you feel that you're being treated differently that another neighbor is getting something you ask for, you really have to get some counsel, have them review the cc& rs, the bylaws, hoa boards have broad discretionary powers. you're going to have to get a little enforcement from an attorney to help figure out why is it you're being treated different? sandra: if all right. good information and then sarah from scottsdale says watch the property man each week and learn so much. i assume she's asking for that area. >> yeah. scottsdale is very
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much like the vegas area. again, depending upon the value of the home, sarah, higher end homes are not necessarily going up as much as the median homes. and when you think about that in the west coast compared to san francisco, new york, you get a big home for the price between 250 and $450,000. get a good real estate expert in your area to look at the prices, and they'll be able to tell you exactly what those prices are and what the future is in the next 12 months. sandra: all right. bob massie, viewers can learn so much from your show, as that one just mentioned. you can watch it 8:30 eastern on fox business and e-mail your questions for bob to friends @foxnews.com. bob, thank you for joining us this morning. good to see you. >> thank you so much. sandra: steve. steve: you read. sandra: all right. it's mine. coming up, days after steve scalise was shot, another congressman releasing these threatening voice mails to his office. >> going to hunt you down,
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and if vaccination with bexsero is right for your teen. moms, we can't wait. brian: well, house oversight chairperson congressman jason chaffetz joins us. and we always love when you come on.
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you always say it like it is. but sadly, we first have to start off with something that has not changed. and chairman, as you let it be known, the death threats are real, and they keep coming. >> yeah. look, i've had dozens of those, unfortunately. we had another person put one out saying he was going to come slit my throat but the u.s. attorney said we're not going to prosecute that. unfortunately, it happens we go regularlily. but the u.s. attorneys don't prosecute anything. steve: we're going to play one of the voice mails that you received at your office, and then you're going to tell us what happened to this guy. listen. >> i suggest you prepare for the battle (bleep). because we're going to hunt you down, wrap a rope around your neck, and hang you from a lamppost. steve: so that was left on your office voice mail. you probably didn't pick it up. i'm sure it was a staff member. what happened? >> well, let's see, you get these young interns, you get your chief of staff and others that have to listen to this.
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the first time he left a voice mail message, nothing happened. i mean, literally nothing. it was because he left a second voice mail message that finally the authorities got involved, he was arrested, and he's going through that process in florida. i have stacks, mounds of these. and, again, they don't get prosecuted. there has to be better ways to protect members of congress. sandra: are your colleagues have similar experiences? >> oh, sure. yeah. in this case of the shooter, in this case of steve scalise, so glad he's on the road to recovery here. but that person had contacted i believe it was mike's office some 14 times, passed on to capitol hill police, and my concern is as good and effective as the capitol hill police were in taking down the shooter, what happened on the prevent side when they did pass that to the capitol hill
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police? i don't think they did nearly enough. sandra: there's an e-mail story too that we have to share. jason chaffetz, believe the best thing to do is to kill you. please, god almighty, please kill jason chaffetz soon. yeah, you're really bad, overseeing the government and letting people be transparent. is this part of the reason you're getting out? >> well, there are a lot of reasons but nobody should have to put up with that. i think there's a way to deal with this. what i really like to see is the capitol hill police, they protect this, and we're in a fortress here at the capitol. but outside when we leave and disturbance and go across the country, i really believe it's the u.s. marshals that shall do the threat assessment. somebody should prosecute that person. you can't just threaten members of congress like
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this. and i can tell you, we could go for another hour or two showing examples from just my office. sandra: it's hard to even read those or listen to them, congressman. but there's an exchange yesterday that we want to run by you with tray gowdy. promising president obama's homeland security secretary. watch the exchange and get your reaction. >> this was early in the summer of 2016 when we learned of the dnc hack. so if they had turned the server over to either you or director comey, maybe we would have known more. why would a victim of crime not turn over a server to the intelligence community or to law enforcement? >> i'm not going to argue with you, sir. that was a leading question, and i'll agree to be led. [laughter] flush. sandra: congressman, a very strong suggestion there that democrats did not cooperate with that investigation. >> this is the obama administration. remember, all of this hacking happened during the obama administration. and the homeland security
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secretary is trying to help democrats. the democrats put up their stiff arm and say back off. no need -- no help needed. now after the fact they're somehow claiming it was donald trump's problem and donald trump's fault. brian: and tray gowdy followed up and said when were you led to believe there was something on that server in addition to hacking that had didn't want to expose, even to their own homeland security? >> look, they thought they were on a glide path to the presidency. they didn't want to have any hiccups. but donald trump ran a much more effective campaign. and now affiliate fact, the democrats want to blame the hacking on donald trump. i mean, whatever. steve: it is crazy. i'm sure you saw that judicial watch has asked for the records of the unmasking of various americans by susan rice, and they've been told, you know what?
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we can't give them to you because we gave them to the obama library, and those are sealed for five years. >> yeah. this is, again, where congress needs to stand up for themselves. when they issue a subpoena, when they ask for demand developments, the administration needs to provide those, and i'm telling you, the bureaucracy have not been stepping up and doing that, and i would hope that the senior leadership and the white house itself gets more personally involved to loosen up those documents. we need to be able to see those. brian: right. i just never heard of i sent them to the library. sorry, government. all right. chairman, thanks again. appreciate it. steve: 20 minutes now before the top of the hour and jillian has headlines right over there. >> that's right. good thursday morning to you guys, you at home as well. potential jurors in this case against army deserter bo bergdahl will be asked if they voted for trump or have been influenced by comments like these. >> he left. he was a deserter.
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he was a dirty, rotten deserter. >> attorneys argue those comments could affect the outcome of the case. bergdahl charged with desertion after abandoning his post in 2009 and then traded for the release of five terrorists. minors in custody have ties to gangs. the office of refugee resettlement revealing its findings after surveying unaccompanied children in their facilities. the trump administration has vowed to take down gangs like ms13. many members come from central america. and we saw firsthand how they terrorize communities when brian went for a ride-along with police in county, new york. time to head outside right now to janice dean and, janice, it is beautiful out there right now but not all across the country. you're rightly. we have tropical storm cindy
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that heads throughout the morning and the afternoon. so if you live across louisiana, mississippi, alabama, the ohio, tennessee river valley, that's where we're going to see the potential for flooding over the next couple of days, so i want everyone to be safe. otherwise all up and down the east coast, we're looking good. but this will be the story throughout the day today is tropical storm cindy. good thing it is weakening. let's say hi to some of our friends. where are you from? >> australia? >> and what's your name? where are you from? >> indicatcaitlyn, las vegas, nevada. >> do you want to say had you had had i? >> hi. >> you all wait inside. and we have gavin mcgraw; right? so you want to come down to 48th and 6th starting at 6:00 a.m. wave, everybody, come on. steve: right there tomorrow gavin degraw is going to -- >> did i read it right?
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steve: close enough. brian: unaccompanied minors. steve: they're from australia, where we are a late night show. all right. meanwhile, straight ahead, a college professor goes unhinged, calling for the destruction of white people. how does he still have a job? kevin jackson is here to weigh in on that. good morning to you, kevin. you're next. sandra: hey, kevin wise man, i'm nervous about things i can't control... affecting my good credit score. i see you've planted an uncertainty tree. chop that thing down. the clarity you seek... lies within the creditwise app from capital one. creditwise helps you protect your credit. and it's completely free for everyone. it's free for everyone? do hawks use the stars to navigate? i don't know. aw, i thought you did. i don't know either. either way it's free for everyone. cool.
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week, that's when he made these comments about white people. >> yeah. not surprising, though, brian because we sort of been condoning this type of activity leading up to it with people apologizing for black lives matter and people killing cops. we've been sort of leading up to this point where we've allowed what is effectively racism, but they call it reverse racism, but it's racism. and what's interesting about this particular guy is he hasn't been fired. they're trying to get him fired. and as we were talking about before the break, who could get away with this with barack obama or somebody saying i hope all -- leave all black people to die. it wouldn't be a -- brian: yeah, and a facebook post, this is eric williams who made that comment. it is pastime for the racially oppressed to do what people who believe themselves white will not do. put an end to their destructive mythology of whiteness. he also posted if you see white people drowning, if you
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see them in a burning building, if they're in a park, and they pull their weapons on each other, do nothing. and he said some explicit comments right after that. >> yeah. and he was referencing another post by a young lady who had the same type of opinion. but here's what the interesting thing is. 100 college and universities now teach these types of programs. they call them social justice degrees, and they're teaching racism. we're financing the people like him. he probably would be one of the professors that is teaching this that i should hate you. i should -- right here as we sit here talking to each other friends, i should hate you because the color of your and in and they're teaching these things with social justice degrees and what's sad about it because when you listen to the ads, there's one from eastern can it university, they're geared to influence blacks to come and get these degrees. brian: you know, people talk about, and there's no doubt about it, just like president bush said the other day, if you're an african-american, how do you teach that effectively and not instill rage in people?
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>> well, the way you teach it is you teach it as a sign of empowerment. the fact that blacks overcame that issue. that's the way i grew up. brian: effectively built the country. >> yeah. that blood goes through my veins and the generation of my family overcame that and to be part of the american -- we built the best country in the world on the backs of slaves, so how could i feel bad about that, given now the opportunity that exists for blacks? but we don't teach that. we teach it's a negative thing that you've been oppressed, and you continue to be oppressed. and all the institutions that are oppressing blacks are leftist institutions. brian: right. you recognize our background and talk about how far we've come and how we still have far to go. that is not the mind-set we need. should he be fired? tweet us, come at us, and kevin jackson says "yes." all right. 12 minutes before the top of the hour.
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steve: well, she's an author, an expert in faith and theology, a concert pianist, and on top of all of that, she can cook a mean casserole. >> impressive. we're cooking with fox news correspondent lauren green and her mother. her niece brittany, and her close friends kathy and naomi. i should have let you introduce them all. >> well, these are my two moms. this is my mom betsy green who actually birthed me and who i love dealer. this is kathy, sort of my new york mom, who is -- yes.
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she's responsible. she's in my book a lot because i wrote a lot of the book at my home in home island. steve: well, tell us where you came up with this recipe. >> this is good minnesota hot food. it's talking about the casserole. so basically, this is cooked chicken and herb seasoning, and then you soak that in butter. steve: yes. >> right. soak it in butter and put half in the pan, half over here and add the sauteed onions. steve: where did you get this recipe? >> i got it from lori, sadly she passed away a few years
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ago. she handed it to the ms. minnesota before me and now to me. >> there's something that can't go across the television screen. >> this will make you feel so at home, no matter where you are. steve: and then you put it over a dead of -- >> we'll skip that part. okay. so this goes in here. steve: okay. how many times have you made this? >> a lot. every year at thanksgiving, i just made it a couple of weeks ago out on long island, we had some. and then you kind of -- eggs like here. >> a lot of people don't know, lauren. i mean, you were. >> two eggs, milk. >> hard to do this when you're -- steve: on television. >> yes.
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>> have you had this before? >> every year. every year. >> and then you put this in the fridge overnight. steve: in the fridge. >> and then you put this -- cream of mushrooms. you know you're in the cookers when you do the cream of mushroom soup. >> oh, my gosh. >> this is a crowd mirrors. all right. and then you put it in the oven and bake it for how long? >> 45 to 50 minutes. >> what if i'm in a rush? can i do it overnight? >> bring it out after 45 or 50 minutes. >> so butter, mayonnaise, and cheese. this is so localery. steve: and then you put it in the oven, and it comes out like that. i think we're going to have to have a taste. >> steve, get in there. i'm sorry. excuse my fingers, but it's, like, warm. okay. there you go. now you taste it. >> go for it. he's silent. steve: you know what? it tastes like thanksgiving
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because of the stuffing. >> i gave you a huge piece there. >> oh, my gosh, lauren. steve: i want hers. >> if you would like the recipe, go to our website. >> anyway, these are my friends. kathy, who is, like, my second mother, naomi who's my sister. and they used to call them my daughter but now she's too old to be my daughter. brian: thank you for being with us. we'll be right back. what's the best way to get
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>> and if you are hungry, this recipe. wow. >> no breakfast. >> put an egg on top, that would be good. >> thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> bill: good morning, everybody. we are waiting for the next step in health care. they will unveil a draft of the bill to replace obamacare, details may put the entire effort in jeopardy. good morning, i am bill hemmer. >> i am shannon. closed-door meeting this mornin morning, majority leader mitch mcconnell says they plan to vote on a final bill by the fourth of july. >> bill: meanwhile, donald trump back in his element, holding a rally in iow iowa. speaking with supporters, taking aim at

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