Skip to main content

tv   Fox and Friends First  FOX News  June 30, 2017 2:00am-3:01am PDT

2:00 am
♪ ♪ heather: good morning, it is friday. you are watching "fox and friends" first. rob: we apologize for the me choice. donald trump's travel ban now in play, the white house tries to beef up the extreme fitting system. >> two immigration bills cracking down on illegals moving to the senate court. live in dc, the steps to make america safe again. >> this has been a priority since the beginning for donald trump cracking down on illegal immigration and yesterday he called on congress to take action.
2:01 am
>> the disgusting and horrible ms 13 gang members and we are getting them out. put the safety of american families first. i will give you the fastest approval, fastest signature you have ever seen. heather: the house past two bills to do that, when strips federal funding from sanctuary cities that shelter illegal immigrants from federal law enforcement and the other increasing penalties for those who try to reenter the us after illegally being deported. known as kate's lining for kate steinle who was murdered by the illegal immigrant who had been deported five times. mendoza, the mother of the police officer's son who was killed by one of those illegals spoke to tucker last night. >> more light needs to be shed on this problem in our country and more americans need to be educated what is really
2:02 am
happening behind the scenes. i don't know when the turn happened in this country, politicians are protecting illegal criminals in our country more than they are protecting you and i. >> those those have to pass the senate before reaching the president's desk. finally revise travel ban took effect last night without mass protest and mass chaos occurring at any airports but already the lawsuits are back, the state of hawaii filing an emergency motion last night to clarify some aspect of the ban. >> the lawyers didn't waste any time setting up at the airport. democrats and their friend in the mainstream media melting down over donald trump's tweets about the host of morning joe. rob: carly shimkus here with more on how this whole thing got started as the white house is now firing back. >> reporter: donald trump catching heat for his latest attack on the mainstream media,
2:03 am
ripping into the cohost of msnbc's morning joe in a series of controversial tweets writing i heard poorly rated morning joe speaks badly of me, don't watch anymore. low iq praising nico with psycho joe came to mara lago 3 nights in a row new year's eve and insisted on joining me, she was bleeding badly from a facelift. i said no. melania issued a swift defense. the first lady has stated publicly when her husband is attacked, he will hunchbacked we 10 times harder. members of the media, deputy white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders stood her ground, take a listen. >> i don't think the president ever gets attacked and doesn't push back. there have been an outrageous number of personal attacks, he fight fire with fire and will not be allowed to be bullied by
2:04 am
liberal media. heather: many wondering what prompted the attack remains unclear, take a listen to this unflattering comment on morning joe yesterday. >> nothing makes a man feel better than making a fake cover of a magazine, lying every day and destroying the country. >> enough about me. >> he is covering his hand here because they are puffy. >> some are calling this a new low but he is seeing some support. and coulter said his comments every nude her love for the president, and expect to see it, they delivered fourth of july vacation plan so they can respond to the attacks on her this morning. of course they will. rob: if you're that offended by the president's tweets you are not watching morning show, the most ridiculous comments a make.
2:05 am
>> trump offered to officiate their wedding. rob: the media devoting a ridiculous amount of primetime coverage to donald trump's tweets yesterday. according to the brain room, the smartest people in the building, abc, cbs combined nine minutes of airtime to this story compared to a combined two minutes and 56 seconds spent on real stories like kate's law and the travel ban. there was no mention of morning joe's consistent below the belt attacks on the president. >> no need to be talking about the thinker's appearance, personal attacks. that being said, that particular show has been a relentless smearing campaign against the president, they called him from a fake president to questioning
2:06 am
his mental ability to be president and having personal attacks against the president himself. the president did not stay quiet. those two television anchors into the heroes of the mainstream media and the left. rob: what do you think? >> is it fair for the media to attack the president for his tweet while ignoring the negative and often times personal comments made by the morning joe anchors. send your comments on facebook, twitter and email. heather: striking an agreement, and the july 4th recess. skipping a weekly meeting on tax reform. and the negotiating table. moderate and conservative republicans find a compromise after delaying the vote. if they could get a tentative deal in place they would reschedule the week of
2:07 am
july 10th. rob: donald trump ushering in what he calls the golden era of american energy. >> these incredible resources my administration will seek not only the american energy independence we have been looking for so long but american energy dominance. rob: making that announcement as part of the administration's energy celebration, he will put forth actions to review existing policies, expand offshore drilling and increase oil, natural gas and coal. heather: in a few days donald trump will sit down with vladimir putin, the first time ever at the long-awaited meeting in germany. into the trump campaign alleged ties to russia. according to the white house the president does not have a specific sit down, spoken on the phone twice and the
2:08 am
inauguration. >> the national security adviser susan rice will testify under oath about russian actions, and campaigns that she unmasked the names and contact with russian officials. the think about these unmasking's. they communicated with foreign officials and expected to appear before the house news for their august recess. speaking of susan rice, she was caught in another lie. remember when she said this? >> we did blow the whistle on october 7th and that came as soon as the intelligence community, 17 agencies, came to a consensus was involved as an effort to play in the electoral
2:09 am
process. rob: the new york times issuing a correction about their fake news claim that all 17 us intelligence agencies agreed the russians did hack the 2016 election, these are big stories that are being taken back and retracted. this is hundreds of journalists walking out in protest. and in an effort to save money. >> two police officers fighting for their lives after a traffic stop turned into a gunfight. >> immediately coming under fire. the officers able to fight back killing one suspect taken into custody, one of those officers is in grave condition, and nine year veterans of the force.
2:10 am
did you hear about venus williams? she is at fault for a car crash that left an elderly man dead. this police report shows williams cut in front of another car when she drove through an intersection near her home in palm beach, florida earlier this month. the other vehicle slamming into her, leaving the passenger with fatal injuries. williams has not been charged and there is no evidence she was distracted or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. ♪ rob: a pennsylvania farmer dropping everything deciding it is time to pursue his dream of giving back to our veterans. >> driving coast-to-coast in an unusual fashion. live from dixon, illinois, home town of ronald reagan. more about this proud american. >> many of us have taken long road trips in our fully loaded
2:11 am
cars and after a few hours you get tired or irritated so imagine how dedicated this man is driving coast-to-coast in a 1948 john deere tractor. >> he said one day out of the blue ivan, if you have a dream, don't wait until your too old, just do it. >> reporter: a farmer for 30 years, across the us. and felt a calling to somehow support us veterans saying he took freedom for granted. >> i couldn't even sleep at night. region she decided to combine dreams and drive across the country in this modified tractor raising money and awareness for wounded heroes. >> are you a veteran? navy? thank you for your service, i really appreciate that. we are fundraising for veterans.
2:12 am
>> reporter: in 2014 he drove from the jersey shore to the beaches of california and now he is at it again driving around the country at 14 mph in his 1948 custom john deere raising $50,000 for vets. he says it is not about the money. >> each day to those veterans. >> reporter: we spent a half hour with-in another small town and in that short time, one person bottom gas, another person brought to tears because his son had died in a war. imagine the impact in the lives coast-to-coast, you can check out his website at helpamericanheroes.com. rob: that will tell people where he is stopping along the way. >> reporter: you can track them live on wi-fi. rob: it will take 215 hours at
2:13 am
that speed. that is my calculation. that is a long time. thank you so much. heather: a brand-new study delivering bad news for backers of minimum wage, it is costing jobs, what is the solution? conduct another study. rob: wrong place wrong time, one person paid for what they thought was going to be a parking spot. >> ready, hit it. pretty cool. heather: cannot wait to see this. up close and personal with the blue angels, rob schmidt taking flight with america's believe flying team. ♪ we replaced it all without touching our savings. yeah, our insurance won't do that. no. you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
2:14 am
♪ we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. ♪
2:15 am
to f...nerve pain shoots and burns its way into your day... ...i hear you. when that pain makes simple errands simply unbearable... ...i hear you. i hear you because my dad struggled with this pain. make sure your doctor hears you too.
2:16 am
so folks, don't wait. step on up. and talk to your doctor. because you have places to go... ...and people who can't wait for you to get there. if you have diabetes and burning, shooting pain in your feet or hands... step on up and talk to your doctor today. heather: congress has a lot on
2:17 am
its plate but not much time to get it done. kevin mccarthy putting out an official calendar showing they have 218 days off in 2017, the house is only in session 147 days this year but surprisingly that is up from 131 days they were in session last year. rob: the president will have something to say about that. seattle scrapping a study on minimum wage because officials didn't like the results they got. didn't fit the narrative they wanted. the city hiring in the researcher after giving up on a university of washington study that found seattle's minimum wage hike has cost thousands of jobs and is hurting low income workers. restaurant workers in maine work by minimum wage hike celebrating after successfully lobbying to lower those rates. the hike causing them to lose out on tips. less hours and other things like
2:18 am
that, hurts the bottom line. foxbusiness alert, if you are hitting the road this weekend a record number of people are going to be right by your side. heather: foxbusiness here with those numbers. >> reporter: it will be crowded on the road and the airport this fourth of july holiday weekend, 44 million americans will be traveling, that is the highest fourth of july travel volume on record, a 3% increase, more than 2.5 million compared to last year so if you are one of those people traveling the worst hours are from 7:00 to night hawk in the morning at 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon, the best are overnight from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am but if you do that be
2:19 am
careful. >> gas prices, are they going up or going down? >> most of the people traveling this weekend are going to be driving, 37.5 million of those 44 million because gas is cheaper, the price is $0.04 cheaper than the same last year, the average price for a gallon of gas is $2.24 on thursday morning, the previous low in 2017 was $2.26 on february 8th, aaa says gas is usually pricier in the summer because the price of crude oil came down this year. rob: that is why venezuela is a disaster. mainstream meltdown over donald trump's tweets about the host of msnbc's morning joe. >> you attacked a man repeatedly who is a proud man, an accomplished man, you want him to act presidential, you have respect for the office of the president. i'm not saying you should have tweeted that but it is not the end of the world that he did tweet it either. the bottom line is msnbc has a
2:20 am
problem. rob: he says the media should learn respect for the office. heather: your favorite comic book superheroes back on the big screen one on one with the cast of the brand-new spiderman movie up next. rob: we want to know what makes you a proud american. we will air some of those during the show on tuesday, july 4th. stay tuned. ♪
2:21 am
i joined the army in july of '98. i did active duty 11 years. and two in the reserves. our 18 year old was in an accident. when i call usaa it was that voice asking me, "is your daughter ok?" that's where i felt relief. it actually helped to know that somebody else cared and wanted make sure that i was okay. that was really great. we're the rivera family, and we will be with usaa for life. usaa. we know what it means to serve. call today to talk about your insurance needs.
2:22 am
2:23 am
yeah, and i can watch thee bgame with directv now.? oh, sorry, most broadcast and sports channels aren't included. and you can only stream on two devices at once. this is fun, we're having fun. yeah, we are. no, you're not jimmy. don't let directv now limit your entertainment. xfinity gives you more to stream to more screens. heather: one of your favorite comic book superheroes is back on screen. we sat down with the cast. >> reporter: new york's favorite
2:24 am
hometown hero back in action. got all the action, take a look. >> what is up, guys? you guys are not the real avengers. hulk gives it away. spiderman is back and doing well. >> this is an independent movie inside a giant studio movie. it is very real and diverse. >> he exists in the world but my favorite thing, a superhero -- >> i am not. it is a costume.
2:25 am
>> at the end of the day he is peter parker. >> bus with her bare hands. >> you get to go to the same problems you go through in school. >> you should stop before it gets creepy. >> you guys are losers. >> spiderman had a huge impact on me when i was a kid. >> he has been a role model for me since i was 5 years old so that responsibility is on my shoulders. if i can be the role model to young kids i'm doing my job as a superhero. >> spiderman swings into theaters july 6th. >> spiderman homecoming, not expecting a lot from this movie but it delivered. heather: more than fireworks in the sky this fourth of july. coming up a behind-the-scenes look at rob takes flight with
2:26 am
the blue angels. pretty cool.
2:27 am
2:28 am
2:29 am
>> hoping for an electric weekend, a long weekend. 29 minutes after the hour. >> maybe some fireworks. it is half past the top of the hour. to beef up the extreme vetting system. >> cracking down on illegal immigrants, moved to the
2:30 am
senate's court. in dc, details on steps to make america safe again. >> house republicans taking action yesterday, cracking down on illegal immigration, one strips federal funding from so-called sanctuary cities to illegal immigrants from federal law enforcement authorities and the other increasing penalties for those who try to reenter the us after being deported. that were known as kate's law named for kate steinle who was murdered by an illegal immigrant who had been deported five times, marianne mendoza, mother of a police officer's son who was killed by one of those illegals spoke last night. >> more light needs to be shed on this problem and more americans need to be educated what is really happening behind the scenes. i don't know when the turn happened that politicians are
2:31 am
protecting illegal criminals in our country more than they are protecting you and i. >> those bills have to pass the senate before reaching the president's just, they are on fourth of july recess already and as you mentioned last night the president have travel ban took effect with mass protests or chaos airport across the country. and the lawsuits have returned, the state of why filing an emergency motion asking the federal just to clarify the administration cannot enforce the ban against fiancés or other relatives not included in the state department's definition of bona fide relationships, that would include grandparents, aunts or uncles, we are back to legal confusion as the crackdown begin this. >> we will see how it turns out. democrats and those in the mainstream media melting down over donald trump's tweets about the hosts of morning joe.
2:32 am
right here, joins us with a new thing that started as the white house fired back. >> reporter: this big mess, donald trump catching heat for his latest attack on the mainstream media whipping into the cohosts of morning joe in a series of controversial tweets writing i heard poorly rated morning joe speaks badly of me, don't watch anymore. how come low iq crazy mika brzezinski insisted on joining me, she was bleeding badly from a facelift, i said no. first lady melania trump's office offered a swift defense, as the first lady publicly said when her husband gets attack he will punch back 10 times harder. members of the media, press secretary sarah huckabee sanders also stood her ground, take a
2:33 am
listen. >> i don't think the president is someone who gets attacked and doesn't push back. there have been an outrageous number of personal attacks. this is a president who fight fire with fire and will not be bullied by liberal media. >> reporter: many wonder what prompted the twitter attack, that remains unclear but listen to this unflattering comment yesterday. >> nothing makes a man feel better than making a fake cover of a magazine about himself, lying constantly and destroying the country. >> enough about me. >> he is covering his hand here because they are puffy. >> some call this a new low for the president but he is in some support. and coulter says his comments have renewed her love for the president and expect to see this back and forth to continue into
2:34 am
today. they delay their fourth of july vacation plans to respond to the president's attack on air this morning. fireworks before -- heather: that does -- conservative talk show host mark levin says the media should have some respect. >> you attack a man repeatedly with a proud man, accomplished man, you want him to act presidential, then you have respect for the office of the president. i am not saying he should have tweeted that but it is not the end of the world that he did. the bottom line is msnbc has a problem, from morning to nice, the same show with different people, different dresses, different suits, the same thing, same with cnn. the only reason cnn has ratings is at the airport you go to it is up there, a lot to do about nothing. the public really hates the media because they are not getting the facts.
2:35 am
>> let's switch gears. the blue angels headlining the new york airshow this holiday weekend and just got better because you got a chance to join them. rob: if you like roller coasters this will that is real and you. >> ready, hit it. >> relax, take a look behind you. >> reporter: i cannot wait to ride along with the navy blue angels ahead of the new york airshow. the blue angels are the second oldest flying team in the world, formed in 1946 right after world war 2 rebecca their mission to showcase the pride and professionalism of the united states navy and marine corps by inspiring a culture of excellence and service. they started old hellcats and now fly fa 18 hornet that have
2:36 am
been retired but meticulously maintained. they have 16 officers, seven who pilot the famed jets and keep a grueling schedule flying in 70 shows at 34 locations throughout the united states. one -- to show me what these multimillion dollar birds can do, they are flexible. >> ready? hit it! >> reporter: and fast, full of speed, well over mach 1, the speed of sound. >> there is the sound barrier right there. >> reporter: we were not allowed to break the sound barrier because he didn't want to break the windows on the houses below us in upstate new york but we did do some tricks about fried my brain like the backwards roller coaster. even flying completely vertical, headed straight into space. >> right into the sun.
2:37 am
>> a couple little rolls. >> this is bonkers! i don't know which way is up. >> then it was time to experience harsh gravitational force, pressure on the body done by turning hard while moving really fast. >> use those legs, ready, hit it. >> 7 times the weight of gravity on my body i felt the blood drain from my brain, lost my vision but snapped back to reality just before passing out. >> i am okay. >> reporter: just about 30 seconds later we were on the ground. >> reporter: coolest thing i have ever done. >> reporter: an experience of a
2:38 am
lifetime with a new appreciation for these elite pilots. >> it is hard work. we are the professional athletes of what we do. we owe it to our country, the fans out here watching, the most precise and best show we can give them. >> very impressed you didn't pass out. >> reporter: when you hit those duties you can't even lift your arms there is so much gravitational force, the blood drains out of you so quick. those things are so fast it is one of the most amazing things i have ever seen. saturday and sunday, 50 miles north of new york city, the national guard, if you get a chance go see these guys in action. heather: i flew upside down once, i could never do that.
2:39 am
it is amazing. 20 minutes until the top of the hour. they hope to cash in on the president's partial travel ban, the new rollout as critics were hoping. rob: live at one of the nation's busiest airports with that. is y. step two: choose la quinta. the only hotel where you can redeem loyalty points for a free night-instantly and win at business.
2:40 am
2:41 am
thanks for tnorfolk!around and i just wanted to say, geico is proud to have served the military for over 75 years! >> thanks for the ride around
2:42 am
norfork, the military for over 75 years. >> giving you a tour of wisconsin. proudly serving the military for over 75 years. heather: donald trump's travel ban now in play aimed at making america safe again. rob: the order giving the white house time to beef up the extreme vetting system. lie that new york's jfk airport, more on how this took affect. >> reporter: business as usual, things looking like regular business, nothing out of the ordinary, not seeing the protests we saw earlier in the year when the first version of this executive order took affect
2:43 am
but attorneys organized here by the new york immigration coalition, the travel ban took affect and the team was ready to step up if anything was wrongfully detained but the lawyers come to the airport with flowers affected by the ban. let's go to what it means. and bars refugees from 120 days. there are exceptions for individuals to provide proof of a close relationship, according to the state department parents, children, spouses and siblings, the white house made a last-minute change, they are already challengers. hawaii's attorney general filed an emergency motion in federal court asking clarification on this executive order.
2:44 am
the new york immigration coalition tells us they have not seen anything at jfk but 1000 attorneys standing by in case any problems come up and they sent out at a moments notice. live at jfk international airport, back to you. heather: we will check-in with pete who is standing by. rob: hey, pete. >> reporter: the all american summer concert series, parking lot party, going to be a plasma party. come to the corner of 48th and sixth avenue. jeff sessions, kelly and conway, counsel to the president, secretary tom price. and all angles of the travel
2:45 am
ban, two big immigration bills being passed and lots of news across the board. "fox and friends" will be here. you totanobody's hurt, new car. but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels.
2:46 am
smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance. yeah, and i can watch thee bgame with directv now.? oh, sorry, most broadcast and sports channels aren't included.
2:47 am
and you can only stream on two devices at once. this is fun, we're having fun. yeah, we are. no, you're not jimmy. don't let directv now limit your entertainment. xfinity gives you more to stream to more screens.
2:48 am
heather: mainstream media is hysterical over donald trump's tweets, take a listen. >> he is such a narcissist, possibly he is mentally ill in a way. he is not well. at the very least he is not well. bad for the country. this is unprecedented.
2:49 am
>> her to discuss, christopher bedford, thank you for joining us this morning. let's begin with the coverage of what transpired yesterday. you have mika brzezinski saying a litany of things and donald trump at the same time tweeting what he did yesterday. what is your reaction? >> not a lot of coverage paid to this, it has been a little bit of a circus over there, they called him crazy, called him a lunatic, the biggest liar in white house history and joan who is a good musician, released a music video about killing journalists. he released a music video about donald trump killing journalists
2:50 am
for vladimir putin. he is a good musician but painful to watch. if you have been watching donald trump for the last 30 years, understand as soon as he is not willing to hit back and hunchback he may as well quit his job and also he is upset, his allies are upset, folks in the senate are happy they left work yesterday and no one was talking about not having revealed obamacare. heather: we don't want to say was a good idea for him to do that. something he should think about before he does it again. we thought he would learn during the campaign to not do this when he got the reaction he got when he tweeted what he did about ted cruz's wife. than he did it again because just responded so quickly to these things. it is not necessarily a great
2:51 am
idea. >> to stop speaking, he has gotten in trouble, morning joe, will come back today and if you have insulted so badly a woman somebody loves that he and her are going to hit back pretty hard. heather: everyone is going to watch them. the july 4th vacation, the rest of us are working, they are going to stay because they know they will get great ratings as a result of this. >> one thing donald trump out to think about, if he had leaked this to page 6 like he did in the 80s, they might look bad right now. instead of talking about how the president overstepped his bounds with the last part of that tweet, maybe out to go back to
2:52 am
to his old tactics. >> the apps delays the tweet, and goes public and calm down a little bit. and one of the bullying online. >> one of her issues. she came to strong defense of her husband yesterday, she has not shown she's excited to be first lady, life in the spotlight she quite expected but she said her husband is going to hit back when hit. she came to his defense, she is tired of it and she would definitely like to have an okay pad on his twitter account. heather: the primetime coverage of his sweets and negativity has taken over the mainstream media and not a lot of people out there defending him or saying this is not the right thing to do. look at nbc nightly news, you can see coverage of trump's
2:53 am
tweets, two minutes and 57 seconds worth, the travel ban, one minute and 50 seconds, kate's law, the century city bill which was incredibly important, 26 seconds, compare abc world news tonight, 3 minutes and 16 seconds, the travel ban, kate's law century city bill, no minutes at all spent on that. across the board they want to talk negatively about donald trump it seems. >> they are little bit disappointed. a pretty good week, cnn had the worst month i can recall them having. and horrible media blogs yesterday morning talking about trump winning his war against the media, he showed a place
2:54 am
they could hit pretty hard. senate republicans and their aides are happy no one is talking about they don't have a repeal bill put together. >> the mainstream media will grab onto anything, doesn't have to be huge, they will grab onto it and that is what they go with. 6 minutes until the top of the hour. why eat pizza when you could wear it? it costs a whole lot of dough. the price tag that is sure to make you lose your appetite. what is that? with a pint-size patriot that will make you proud to be an american this fourth of july weekend, stay with us. ♪ ♪ when i call usaa it was that voice asking me,
2:55 am
"is your daughter ok?" that's where i felt relief. we're the rivera family, and we will be with usaa for life. i even accept i have a higher risk of stroke due to afib, i accept i take easier trails than i used to.
2:56 am
a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. but no matter what path i take, i go for my best. so if there's something better than warfarin, i'll go for that too. eliquis. 2. . . eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleeding. don't take eliquis if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. while taking eliquis, you may bruise more easily... ...and it may take longer than usual for any bleeding to stop. seek immediate medical care for sudden signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. eliquis may increase your bleeding risk if you take certain medicines. tell your doctor about all planned medical or dental procedures. i'm still going for my best. and for eliquis. ask your doctor about eliquis.
2:57 am
i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture. super poligrip free. it creates a seal
2:58 am
of the dentures in my mouth. just a few dabs is clinically proven to seal out more food particles. try super poligrip free. ♪ i ♪ get buzzed sipping new suds ♪ ain't too early to light one up. heather: man, it feels great out here this morning. we will have a parking lot party here. rob: certainly will. heather: time for the good, the bad, and the ugly. the good we start with he is working hard to honor thousands of veterans and he is only 12 years old. preston sharp is raising
2:59 am
money to place flags and flowers at the graves of fallen soldiers. he has already raised more than $30,000. rob: great kid there. next the bad. a couple's morning routine take the turn for the worse car finds a mask sinkhole. following down 20 feet deep 8-foot wide hole in st. louis. you will need a new car. heather: i think. so what in the world is this? this pizza bikini will cost you a lot of dough. it's actually made out of real pizza. run you $10,000. what? all in honor of national bikini day next week. rob: i like it. heather: you can eat it? >> going crazy over president trump's tweet msnbc morning joe. do you think it's fair for the media to attack the president for his tweet while ignoring the negative comments made by the morning joe anchors? heather: marilyn on facebook says it's been a feeding frenzy.
3:00 am
he should fight fire with fire. no it's hypothetical you can only attack a person so long before they have enough. don't go anywhere. the american summer concert series continues with lee brice. that will do it for us here on "fox & friends first." heather: happy fourth, everybody. >> bye. >> lawmakers in the house passed two bills designed to crack down on illegal immigrants. one commit crimes in the u.s. and others who help keep them out of jail. >> by flagrantly violating the rule of law putting american lives at risk. >> travel ban effects six countries, countries the obama administration labeled as terror threats has finally gone into effect. >> it is deadline day the senate still hoping to strike an agreement for the healthcare bill before the july 4th recess. >> breaking developments tonight in the russia probe. word that susan rice will testify now before the house intelligence committee as part of their investigation into the unmasking of

75 Views

1 Favorite

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on