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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 trump officials towards the end of
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the obama administration. >> the president is daily facing intense criticism and today it's about the fact that he tweeted out earlier today. >> he is just not a decent human being. >> according to the white house, the reason president trump sent the tweets is the program's repeated harsh attacks against him. >> when he gets attacked, he's going to hit back. >> so deep in his psyche that you hit him, he punches you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ain't no party like the party. ♪ it's a parking lot party ainsley: any excuse to have a party. steve: it's a party and the summer. it's the all-american summer
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concert series brought to you by our friends at care keurig. lee brice. be treated with barbecue. pete: ribs on the grill i. ainsley: fourth of july falls on a tuesday. so long weekend. pete: kicking the weekend off visually as well. steve: toba, wear the matlock music. i wear this seersucker suit. most comfortable suit. you would remember if you wore it. it's light. it's very light. anyway, thank you very much for all people who have written me and said when are you going to wear this thing? well today. ainsley: only once a year. steve: once a summer. pete: people may demand more. ainsley: when are you going to pull yours out? pete: maybe on the fourth of
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july. pete: thank you very much for joining us live from studio f on this friday before the fourth of july weekend. meanwhile, parts of president trump's travel ban now in play giving the white house time to beef up the extreme vetting system. pete: the order rolling out smoothly. a flood of lawsuits flooding in against it. ainsley: griff jenkins in washington, d.c. with the latest for us. good morning, griff. griff griff good morning, pete ainsley and steve looking good in stripes u remember the chaos erupting across the country when the president announce you had travel ban five months ago. well, that didn't happen. the travel ban took effect last night without any of the drama. barring travelers from sudan, yemen some i can't libya and iran. those that don't have jobs or educational commitments in the u.s. already the lawsuits are back. the state of iowa filing emergency motion asking a
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federal judge to clarify that the administration cannot enforce the ban against fiances and other relatives included in the state department's definition of bonafide relationships. in that the state department identifies parents, spouses, children, siblings and daughter-in-law. grand parents, grandchildren, aunts, our uncles. u.s. district judge derek watson has not immediately issued a rolling here, but this is clearly, guy he is, perhaps an indication we are headed back into the courts for more lawsuits. you will remember virginia and the state of hawaii with original lawsuits against the ban. steve: griff jenkins in our capital. on the house side the house republicans made good on a promise from the campaign. pete: two of them. steve: campaign of donald trump. pete: they want to make america safe again. passed two bills that cracked down on illegal
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immigration. but democrats shocklily overwhelmingly seemed to side with illegallies. the sanctuary cities bill as well as kate's law. and both passing strongly but almost with exclusive republican support. ainsley: look at the numbers. sanctuary cities bill 228 republicans voted in favor of it to 195 who voted against it. 188 of those who voted against it were democrats. so you did have some republicans that didn't -- were not in favor of it. steve: exactly. the two bills, kate's law bill, of course you know what that is basted on kate steinle who was murdered as she and her father were out on the san francisco pier. they were out for a nice evening and she wound up dead. ainsley: shot in the back. steve: illegal had a gun and a million stories about how he got his hands on the gun, none the less, he was in the country illegally. he had been deported a number of times. came back, came back. came back. wowngsd up killing her. the other bill is the
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sanctuary city bill which would cut down on federal grants to cities that do not cooperate with ice. ainsley: the timing on this is interesting. i'm sure her parents are thrilled that that passed the house. kate died two years ago 20e78. anniversary of her death. pete: this is denying federal grants to cities that won't comply with federal immigration enforcement. steve: with the law. pete: penalties for illegallies. deported five times had seven felonies the criminal that killed kate steinle. if you listen to democrats on capitol hill. we have got sound from one, who thought this was a terrible thing and that we're whipping up anti-mexican fervour. take a listen. >> the republican party has had mexican fever. russia investigation not going well for the dear leader at the white house? hey, let's whip out that mexican thing as vice president pence said. man it will keep our voters happy and distracted. healthcare not going well? let's just hate some mexicans today. this policy is about going after all of us, whether we
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are citizens or not of the united states of america. these bills are nothing new and they are not really about fighting crime. they are about racial profiling and putting latinos, quote, unquote, in their place. ainsley: the president says that's not at all true. is he not trying to separate families. it's not about racism. it's about keeping america safe. and if you look at the stats already, ice has arrested 66,000 illegals this year. guess how many of those are criminals? 48,000. the majority of them are criminals. steve: sure. with all due respect to the congressman, is he absolutely wrong. clearly this is simply about enacting the laws of the land that were passed by congress. pete: it's about the rule of law. enforcing it simply. are you pro-illegal activity then because ultimately that's what it feels like. steve: anyway, we thought -- this is very instructive when you take a look, because it sets up our next topic, the amount of time the networks covered last night the various things.
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we will talk about the trump tweets in just a minute. nbc covered the tweets for almost 3 minutes. over 3 minutes at abc and 2 and a half minutes at cbs. the travel ban nbc almost 2 minutes worth and abc and cbs 20 seconds worth. the immigration bills which are so important. nbc did it for 26 seconds. abc and cbs they ran out of time, parnghtsly. they didn't have time to cover that because they were doing so much on the president's tweet. pete: quick news read in the middle of the program. almost nothing. ainsley: more angered over tweets than they're the death of a girl walking on the pier with her father. pete: a law that would change it. steve: if you missed it, that means you probably weren't missing television yesterday because the media seemed to melt down the president of the united states commented about two people who make a living insulting him pretty much for three hours a day.
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and it seems like people either thought it was horrendous or hilarious. but the elite media for the most part thought it was horrendous. just watch. >> president trump has turned crossing the line into a political art form. and when he lashed out at two cable tv hosts this morning -- >> we begin with president trump facing the collapse of healthcare negotiations and the north korean nuclear threat, instead tonight sparking condemnation with a pair of fen must tweets about the host of a cable tv news show. >> what the president did today was flat out gross and disgusting. saying it was juvenile would be insulting to children. >> i think it's so blatantly sexist i don't even know there is a question about it. >> i'm going through as a member of the judiciary committee impeachment, but we can't wait that long. it is time for you to resign. >> flippant.
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you crazy lieu continue 70-year-old baby. stop it you are president of the united states. commanders in chief. you need to stop acting like a mean girl. >> let's pretending he is the symptom of something. he's the disease. [cheers] >> the only cure is three and a half years of liquor and bed rest. steve: that's what some of the elite media had to say about it. the tweet came out about 8:50 yesterday morning. we have looked back, tried to figure out what provoked the president of the united states. and it was probably some of this nonstop trashing of the president. >> i think he is such a narcissist. it is possible that he is mentally i will in a way, and this is on the table, it's okay to say, he is not well. >> no. >> at the very least he is not well. and it's sad for the country. this is unprecedented to have a president who behaves this way. it does feel like a
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developing dictatorship. >> smoke is saying what donald trump is doing now is right. in fact we think it's extraordinarily dangerous. call the media enemy of the people. it's stalinist. pete: if you spend six seconds watching that program insults, blinded by hatred. happy to use him for ratings before the election. once he changes and they don't like what he does they turn on him like a petulant child and insult, insult, insult. then they wonder why the world's best counter puncher said it's about time i punch back. ainsley: you are exactly right. that's what sarah huckabee sanders was saying. i personally would have ignored it i think it's probably wise to egg northerly all of that she did make a good point u she said as president of the united states, he is a fighter. that's what he does. we know this about him. we know this is his personality. >> is he going to fight back if someone goes against him. you have mika saying is he a narcissist. he is mentally i will. you have to do have to respect our leaders and do you have to respect the president of the united states u. steve: absolutely.
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look, when you are president of the united states you don't give up first amendment right. mark levin had really good comments last night on hannity. i think we are going to run that watch this. here is his perspective. >> you want him to act presidential, then you have respect for the office of the president. i'm not saying he should have tweeted that, but it's not the end of the world that he did tweet it either. so the bottom line is msnbc has a problem from morning to night. it's the same damn show with different people, different dresses, different suits. it's the same thing. same with cnn. the only reason cnn has ratings because every damn airport did you go to it's up there, i don't know what's going on in the bars and everything. cnn is at the airport. you go where's fox? i think this has a lot to do about nothing. this tweet. but i think the media have a big problem. not because of me and you, because the public really hates the media. and they hate the media because they're not getting the facts.
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pete: there you go. the public understands a guy is going to react to endless, endless, you know, assaults -- not just on his presidency and his policies but his character and who he is and what he represents. steve: that is party of his d.n.a. as long as he has been in new york city, you know, he has taken some shots from the local press here and now the national press answered always counter punched and boy did he yesterday. ainsley: let us know what you think, please. send us your emails. in the meantime -- steve: republicans racing on a plan to replace obamacare. our next guest says members should skip the fourth of july break and get back to work. will the rest of republicans listen? senator ben satisfy is on deck in d.c. ainsley: sorry, kitchen is closed. restaurant workers running off the job when ice comes knocking. ♪ don't let me ♪ don't let me ♪ don't let me down ♪ don't let me down ♪ ♪ don't let me down, down,
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however much repeal we can do under these arcane budget reconciliation rules. i want a conversation about real replace. to date we have been trying to do those two things at once and not making enough process. i still hope that process can work, most people are leaving d.c. today to go home for the fourth of july weekend. if we don't get this resolved by the monday of the next week, july 10th, if there isn't a combined repeal and replace plan, i'm writing a letter to the president this morning urge being him to callen on us to separate them. every republican in the u.s. senate, except for one has already voted for repeal in the past. let's do that first. if we can't do them together. let's do as much repeal as we can and then let's have the president ask us to cancel our work period and stay here and work on replace separate. we made promises to the american people, we should fulfill them. ainsley: senator, does that mean if you do repeal without a replacement, does that mean people will be left without insurance until you find a way to replace this? >> no. what i am recommending is that we give comfort to the american people by repealing
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the maximum amount of obamacare that we can but add a one year delay before that would be effective so there is an action forcing event so that we get to work. so that we are actually working to do the replace plan. we need repeal. we need replace. trying to do them together hasn't seemed to work. maybe it will over the next week or week and a half. i would be willing to compromise on some stuff that wouldn't necessarily be my ideal. we need to do as much repeal as we can every republican voted for that let's do it again and stay here and keep working. pete: senator, so you would call for the senate to stay in session through the august vacation in we can't get this done. american people looking at what you were sent to do and it's not getting done. you say folks should stay? washington in it doesn't happen. >> i tend to object to the word vacation because it's important to learn from constituents as well. we would be better off as a country if washington wasn't always the center of the world. i call it state work period because you are traveling nebraska doing field events, i'm listening to my constituents. i think we should stay in
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d.c. for august and get a replace plan done if we haven't got continue done by the end of next week. first let's repeal everything we can that's the promise we all made. steve: i know you talk to the president and vice president a lot about healthcare repeal and at one point didn't he ask you since you are from nebraska about what kick back you were getting? >> >> yeah. i'm one of the five people in the just senate i have not been a politician before. your backyard barbecue is the center of the world. president trump can be pretty betty. he knows a senator who predated me from nebraska was also named ben and he negotiated for a big cornhusker kick back. the president asked me if that's what i was holding out for. he and i had a moment of unity that we're both against that kind of swamp insider dealing. pete: thank you, senator sasse. ainsley: thank you. pete: remember when the democrats said they needed to pass the bill to find out what's in it. valerie jarrett must have forgotten that wait until you hear what she said about
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obamacare. steve: what happens when a president trump supporter gets mocked at starbucks? about 50 more president trump supporters showed up to stage a sit. in the army vet who organized just that is going to join us shortly ♪ ready ♪ ♪ if you could book a flight, then add a hotel, or car, or activity in one place and save, where would you go? ♪ expedia.
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onto combat gun violence in the city according to the "chicago sun times," that's exactly what the president vowed to do earlier this year. if anything didn't fix the horrible carnage. there has been more than 1700 shootings in chicago this year. ainsley? ainsley: thank you, jillian. a trump supporter got more than just a cup of coffee on a recent trip to starbucks. kayla hart was mocked by the staff at starbucks just for wearing a t-shirt supporting the president. pete: when u.s. army veteran sean kill bane saw it, he called the president's supporters in the area to stand up to starbucks by holding a sit-in at the same charlotte north carolina store. ainsley: here with more is u.s. army veteran and member of mecklenburg county republicans sean killbane. good morning, sean, thanks for joining us. >> good morning, thanks for having me, i'm happy to join you. ainsley: what happened? what started all of this, sean? >> well, just as you said, it was a wednesday. i'm a political consultant that specializes in grass roots organizing and i currently don't have a
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candidate or nibble i'm working for, so i saw this story about miss hart and i decided to call in the troops and get them together and we all met up there, put together a very diverse group. we had representatives from deplorable pride.org that were representing the lbgtq community, as well as daniel hole city council. he represented hispanics for trump and women for trump. we went through some of us ordered coffee and opened up that positive dialogue that is so much needed across america for us to see each other as people and not so much as just campaign rhetoric or slogans. so, it was a great event. pete: if you would, just detail a little bit the original incident and what happened. it happened at a starbucks it could happen anywhere. why would an employee at a business insult a customer?
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>> you know, i think it's just this divisiveness and politics across the country so unfortunate. as a person who fought for this country we have amazing rights. my goal in what i did here as well as what i did last election cycle and my involvement with g.o.p. vets in getting the average person, specifically veterans to engage in politics and policy in a peaceful manner is to get these people to go out and work together. so, here in the city of charlotte, the divisiveness is very strong. if you remember, we recently had the quote, unquote riots. the hb-2 situation. that is just -- we have a mayor here that unfortunately her politics drives her policy. and creates this situation where it just tries to divide us apart. the city of charlotte is amazing. we generally a city that comes together and hopefully our republican candidate,
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kenny smith is going to win the election and we'll be able to start rebuilding our city. we are working together her here. ainsley: sean, i wants you to hear what starbucks said and want you to react to this get your opinion on it. >> the civil discourse that ultimately took place in our store on saturday was the best possible outcome for everyone. this experience has served as a reminder of the power of human connection and we look forward to continued conversation and welcoming everyone into our store. what's your response? >> you know, i appreciate that, but i'm more concerned with the other responses we received. you know, starbucks for them to write a quick little apology that's great. they have a history of these actions. with that said e the white house reached out to me just a few days ago. it was great to hear from the white house and hear how excited and how well they felt we represented the
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president, you know, our president. and how well we represented him and we were able to do this in a way that represents our values, not just as republicans but overall as trump supporters. you know, in many cases, people try to create this environment and make us appear one way as if we're hateful and we are not. pete: sean kilbane thank you for joining us. starbucks or anywhere, it could have been any place, we will stand up for the fact we support this president and don't need to be insulted as a result. ainsley: i can't imagine working for a company and if someone in a trump t-shirt or hillary t-shirt walked in i would be polite. pete: that's the way it should be. definitive proof russia hacked the election. >> 17 agencies came to the conclusion that the russian government at the highest levels was involved in the effort to play in our electoral process. pete: turns out the biggest bombshell in the so-called russia scandal wasn't even
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true. wait until you see the "new york times" attempt to correct the record. ainsley: up close and personal with the blue angels, very own rob schmidt taking flight with america's elite flying team. rob is here e and he is coming up next. pete: find out if he passed out. ♪ got wings ♪ coming down ♪ is the hardest thing ♪ good old days ♪ may not return ♪
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have said that russia attempted to influence our election. >> that is really something. 17 intel agencies have figured out that russia tried to hack our election. how many times did you hear that? well, i got news for you. each time you heard it, it was wrong. earlier this week, i believe, maggie haverman writing in the "new york times" talked about the same thing 17 agencies. pete: even last weekend on the show i heard it again 17 agencies. steve: what do they do on the corrections page quietly this week. pete: turns out if you look at the actual assessment itself it wasn't 17 agencies. it was four. ainsley: big difference. pete: if you read the failing "new york times" you would have to read all the way to the bought of the article you are would have to see the actual correction or retraction the "new york times" finally gave. this is what they said about the so-called 17. no. the assessment was actually made by 4 intelligence agencies. the officer of the director of national intelligence, the cia, the federal bureau of investigations and the
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national security agency. the assessment was not approved by all 17 organizations in the american intelligence community. ainsley: i read an article this morning said did the "new york times" also cut back on fact checker staff? pete: those are the ones protesting outside laid off? ainsley: right. eat. steve: keep in mind apparently they did not issue that correction until one of the news writers there repeated that as it turns out false claim. pete: this is what they call fake news. repeating, repeating, repeating false claims until they become true in the consciousness of people who want to believe russian collusion is the boogie man. it turns out that wasn't the indicates. you pointed out the four agencies while very credible with the people who work in a lot of them could have had political angle under the obama administration. ainsley: listen, the best advice is don't repeat what susan rice says. [laughter] because susan rice, we know what she said about benghazi. we know what she said about bowe bergdahl and what she said about the unmasking. here she is saying 17 intel
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agencies. steve: oopsy daisy. we thought we would set the record straight. hand it over to jillian to has headlines for us. jillian: we want to get caught up on what you need to know before heading out the door. amazing rescue by the coast guard after a boat carrying five people including a child capsizes. hang on for dear life as you can see here, rescue team getting the five people out of the water. all of this haps happening miles away from writesville beach in north carolina. it is unclear why that boat capsized. tennis star venice williams is at fault for car crash that left an elderly man dead. police report shows williams cut in front of another car when she drove through an intersection near her home in palm beach gardens, florida earlier this month. the other vehicle slamming into hers leaving the passenger with fatal injuries. williams has not been charged. there is no evidence she was distracted or under the influence of drugs or
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alcohol. and that's a quick look at your headlines on this friday. i will keep you guys posted and see you back here in a little bit. hey, rob, what's going on? steve: what is he doing here? he is here for this story. one of the elite flying teams in the world blue angels heading to the new york air show this holiday weekend. ainsley: our own rob schmidt had a chance to go on a flight with them. rob: i have never done anything like this in my life. it was the craziest thing i have ever done. somehow i didn't lose my lunch. that was the good news. what a wild experience. check it out. >> all right. squeeze those legs. ready, hit it how is that? relax. take a look behind you. >> oh, man. rob: i could not wait to ride along with the navy blue angels ahead of this weekend's new york air show. the blue angels are the second oldest flying team in the world formed in 1946 right after world war ii. their mission to showcase the pride and professionalism of the united states navy and
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marine corps by inspiring a culture of excellence and service. today the blue angels have 16 officers, 7 who pilot the famed jets and keep a grueling schedule flying in more than 70 slows at 34 locations throughout the united states. my pilot, lieutenant brian hef ler wanted to show me just what these gorgeous blue multi-million-dollar birds can do and, trust me, they are flexible. >> ready, hit it. [laughter] >> pretty cool, huh? >> and fast. capable of speeds well over mach 1. >> there is the sound barrier right there. >> heard gravitational force gs they call them pressure on the body done by turning hard while moving really fast. are you ready? rob: i'm ready. >> squeeze those legs, ready, hit it. rob: 7.7 times the weight of gravity on my body. i felt the blood drain from
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my brain and loss vision snapped back to reality before passing out. thankfully about 30 seconds later we were on the ground. an experience of a lifetime with a new appreciation for these elite pilots. >> it is hard work. i like to tell everyone we are the professional athletes of what we do. we owe it to our country, to the fans that are out here watching us to be able to do the most precise and best show that we can give them. steve: off you wentz into the wild blue yonder, you paused out? rob: i did not. i was on the cusp. did i not pass out. i was maverick from top gun for halloween. i brought it with me. the reason i never changed the outfit. everybody gav me so much crap about it i kill with women. you must do great. he said it's okay. 33-year-old kid, single a fighter jet pilot. steve: we learned so much
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about you. you use halloween as a dating tool? [laughter] ainsley: i can't believe there are only seven pilots. >> elite pilots. they are fearless. the things they do with these planes. we did these loops. it was just -- i mean you can't believe the intensity of this thing. they have got a show this weekend. saturday and sunday. new windsor, new york, 50 miles north of the city. it is really something else it san awesome experience. steve: i hope you got to keep the flight suit. rob: like i said i didn't. i still have mine. be maverick again this halloween. steve: rob, thanks for doing that. ainsley: that's cool. steve: still ahead on this program this friday chafin chaffetz. kellyanne conway, the secretary of health and human services all in the next hour. ainsley: elizabeth warren and her friends on the left say the production' healthcare plan will kill you. but our next guest is taking on that fear mongering in a hilarious way. >> ♪ people need kidneys
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of meetings. we made hundreds of amendments. it was all very transparent. the president had a great meeting where he invited in the republicans for an open press session to answer all of their questions. it was a collaborative effort. ainsley: we report. you decide. let us know what you think. steve: let you know what i think? oh, never mind. meanwhile it's billed as the world's largest family festival, look at this. >> if you love jesus, let me hear you make some noise right there. welcome to mega fest. ainsley: four day events all about faith, family and film. happening deep in the heart of texas. pete: our own fox news ledge correspondent lauren green was there and joins us now. good morning, lauren. >> good morning, people. i will tell you, you can tell the energy in this place is electric phiing. thousands upon thousands of people have come here from all over the world to as one person says to get their church on.
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and also hear the powerful preaching of bishop t.d. jakes. i want to give you overview of what's been going on here. we started out leading men in hollywood, part of international film festival. whether it's hollywood or business or health, it's all about faith. >> would you please welcome to the stage mr. malik yoba ♪ >> they were saying things like lord, have members were. jesus is real. >> faith, family, and film taking center stage in dallas, texas, at what's called mega fest. extravaganza at kay bailey hutchison mega center. pastor t.d. jakes. entrepreneur and film maker the potter's house. >> this is the day that the lord has made. ♪ >> the event features fitness, health and
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wellness. a service dog presentation to benefit injured soldiers. and even celebrities from the world of sports like former cowboy darren. >> number one is god. number two my family. >> stars with 1,000 people all over the world will attend through the weekend. >> i came for the growth. it's a spiritual experience. >> i'm trying to launch my own company but right now these wyoming empowerment sessions are doing wonder for me. >> the spirituality and the culture. i listen to the speeches. >> i talked to sarah jakes roberts one of bishop jake's four children what it is all about. >> mega fest is an opportunity for us to bring our entire family together and to be empowered, ernesto tand and edified spiritually. >> now, coming up, we will hear more from sarah jakes roberts in the next hour. coming up next hour we will hear more about t.d. jakes.
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the empire, the faith empire he has built and continues to build. back to you. steve: all right, down in dallas. ainsley: the potter's house. thanks, lauren. steve: that's great. president trump once again using twitter this morning to outrage the mainstream media. counselor to the president kellyanne conway is here to weigh in on what he tweeted yesterday and what he tweeted this morning. ainsley: elizabeth warren and friends on the left says the healthcare plan is going to kill you. next guest takes on fear mongering in hilarious way. watch. this people need kidneys sad but greed. senator is holding one more than she needs. i offer this bill and hope you vote aye unless, of course, you just want people to die.
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♪ ♪ steve: well, it's a very funny take on the democrats' dire outlook about the republicans healthcare proposals on capitol hill. it has officially gone viral. >> these cuts are blood money. people will die >> let's be very clear. senate republicans are paying for tax cuts for the wealthy with american lives. ♪ people need kidneys ♪ but it's glad ♪ yes the senator is hoarding one more than thee needs ♪ i offer this bill and hope you vote aye ♪ unless of course you want people to die. pete: whole thing is hilarious check it out. parody musician behind the video remi who also goes by senator max hyperbole in the film as well. where did you come up with the idea to parody the absurd? >> i had the idea to make the video after hearing some of the rhetoric that was
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being used in the healthcare debate last week. you know, this used to be a country where if you had disagreements, at least at the end of the day you would recognize the other person probably has the same goals you do. we just have different opinions on how best to get there now it seems that if you disagree with somebody you are a murderer or you are a racist or whatever the buzz term of the week heaption to be. ainsley: why did you decide to do this? >> honestly it was that. it was seeing the rhetoric used and seeing how the issue was framed. there is just a wide swath of the country who wants people to die. the response to the video has been overwhelmingly positive. i think as a result of fact that people on both sides of the aisle realize that's not exactly a productive way of framing the issue. ainsley: more fear mongering. steve: your videos, i was reading online is it true have you had something like 90 million views of your various videos going to all
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sorts of things, security screening, raising the debt ceiling which, of course, is hilarious just on its face. >> yeah. i think it's somewhere around there i think about probably an accurate figure. pete: remi, what you are speaking to is the motives of people is being impound. people want people to die as opposed they might believe the private market provides health insurance better and more cheaply than the government does. where does it come a place about motives and not doing the right thing. >> pete, i think you hit the nail on the head honestly. people's motives being impiewnsd and that's just divisive. you're not going to convince people to see it your way if you are just name-calling. name calling is not an argument strategy. it's a fund raising strategy. i think a lot of people on both sides of the aisle recognize it reason generations of democrats and republicans haven't used language like that because of how divisive it is. ains apsz you are very
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creative. i was watching this last night. if people at home want to see a bunch of your videos, where can we go? what's the one site. >> search for my on youtube. go remi is the channel. i do loot of stuff like this one was on reason tv. those two searches will get threw. steve: got people thinking. realmy, given the fact that you live in arlington or just across the river from washington, d.c. >> just across the river from d.c. steve: couple weeks ago in alexandria, virginia when steve scalise was shot and everybody was talking about how we need to tone down the rhetoric. look at funny video like yours shows you hyperbole on one side and on the other side as well. maybe time to ratchets it back a little bit. >> absolutely. ultimately you are responsible for your own actions. i don't think rhetoric necessarily was to blame but it's not helpful. ansz ains all right. remi munasif.
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pete: conservatives would do well to learn by. this another white paper trying to disprove the point as a parody saying that's just absurd. ainsley: parodies are great. especially in this political season my gosh it was great to laugh. go remi. remy if you want to check out videos. pete: susan rice set to testify on capitol hill behind closed doors. what could that mean for the so-called russia investigation. jason chaffetz here live on that next. congressman will herd, kellyanne conway and attorney general jeff sessions is still on deck as is country music star. ainsley: lee bris. steve: there he is. good morning, lee. ♪
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>> lawmakers in the house passed two bills designed to crack down on illegal immigrants. one for those who commit
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crimes in the u.s. and another for those who help keep them out of jail. >> by flagrantly disregarding the rule of law, sanctuary cities are putting lives at risk. >> president trump's travel ban, which effects six countries, countries the obama administration labeled as terror threats has finally gone into effect. >> senate republicans racing to strike a deal on healthcare before the fourth of july recess. >> let's do as much repeal as we can and have the president ask us to cancel our august work period and stay here and work. >> developments tonight on the russia probe word that susan rice will testify as part of their investigation into the unmasking of trump officials towards the end of the obama administration. >> the president is daily facing intense criticism and today it's about the fact that he tweeted out earlier today. >> he is just not a decent human being. >> according to the white house, the reason president trump sent the tweets is the program's repeated harsh attacks against him. >> when he gets attacked, he is going to hit back.
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>> so keep in his psyche if you hit him, he punches you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ submit to ♪ i love you ♪ go to work ♪ do your best ♪ ainsley: concert people. steve: we are on friday. pete: i don't go to a lot of them but i really enjoy it. ainsley: so much fun. live music nothing like it. come to a free concert right here at fox. lee brice is going to be singing. come on down to sixth avenue and 47th street and stand outside and eat some of those ribs. steve: all part of our
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all-american summer concert series brought to you by our friends at keurig. pete: party with famous dave's. steve: i got to be careful because i'm wear seersucker suit ♪ i got a text message from mrs. matlock and she said i look sharp. ainsley: that's only matters. that's all that matters audience of one your wife. steve: it is today's our anniversary. ainsley: you need pictures of you before the end of the show. steve: i just remembered. pete: mrs. doocy send your photos to foxbusiness.com. ainsley: last time he remembered we sent him out to one of the stores on times square. you got her a shot glass. steve: i got her a trophy that said world's greatest wife. it's sitting on the man tell that she is looking at right now. ainsley: i hope gout her something else afterwards. steve: i have a little time before i get home.
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ainsley: happy anniversary. steve: brian is off for my anniversary and pete hegseth. pete: i'm here to honor it. steve: there you go. a lot to talk about the president's tweets from yesterday. this morning he has already been tweeting he has two out. and here are -- here they are, first up, if republican senators are unable to pass what they are working on now, they should immediately repeal and then replace at a later date. that kind of echos what we have senator ben sasse saying just a little while ago on this program. pete: already passed that before with a majority of republican votes vetoed by president obama but this president says he wants to repeal. ainsley: senator rand paul said to do that yesterday as well. we had him on show and asking senator sasse if that happens are people going to be without healthcare. you can't repeal and not replace if you want people to have healthcare. he said no, there will be a year long expiration date. it won't take effect for the next year and give us enough time to replace. steve: rather than one big
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casserole of a bill. ainsley: i like that word. steve: that's really what it such on the senate floor right now which isn't going anywhere. one bill would be get rid of the stuff as much as they can under reconciliation. second bill would be let's add as many things and senator paul said democrats love to spend money. the second bill would spend money. ainsley: you mentioned a second tweet. pete: second tweet is this he tweeted this minutes after the first. a crime and killings in chicago have reached such epic proportions that i'm sending in federal help. steve: wow. >> 1714 shootings in chicago this year. he said before if things don't improve there, if they don't crack down on criminal gangs then the federal government is going to come in and help. steve: that's breaking news right there. if he is sending in federal help. ainsley: he kept threatening that even before he was inaugurated in january. kept threatening the mayor, rahm emanuel saying if you don't fix the problem there and get rid of the gangs and decrease this murder rate, then i'm sending the feds. in i guess is he going to do it now. steve: for reaction, let's bring in soon-to-be former
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chairman of the -- jason chaffetz. he joins us live. >> good morning. happy anniversary. steve: thank you very much. what do you think of the president's tweet this morning that apparently is he going to send in federal help to the city of chicago? >> i mean it's almost unfathomable that you would have 1700 shootings 24 year alone. mayor rahm emanuel has had more than his chance to do that. i think the people in chicago, i hope they meet this with welcome open arms i'm glad the president is doing that and very important news this morning. pete: how about the first tweet if he is suggesting if the senate can't get ducks in the row like the house did and pass a bill. break it up. repeal it first with a grace period and do the rest later. what do you think about that? >> well, yeah. over in the house more than 50 times we have voted to repeal it. so i would put that vote up and dare republicans almost to vote against it. you have to do this.
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repeal it and you could put the enactment date a year down the road or pick a specific date. washington, d.c. operates on deadlines. and so whether you have an actual deadline, i think that would actually compel a lot more actions. otherwise, they are just going to continue to get what they have had so far. ainsley: we have had heard some different deadlines. mitch mcconnell saying not going to happen until after the fourth. yesterday we were saying about trying to get this done by friday, which is today before the fourth of july holiday. what is the deadline and when can we expect something? >> well, i think those are artificial deadlines. i do think these things take a long time to come about. it's really about seven months late. i mean, i was led to believe in the house that we were going to accelerate our time in the house in january that the goal was to put the bill on the president's desk when he was sworn in. so it is a bit tardy in terms of putting it on the president's desk but, i mean, we have got to get this done. because then we have got to get on to tax reform. so there is a lot of important stuff to do. we just got to do it soon. steve: so we have talked
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about two tweets that the president tweeted out today. he sent out a couple yesterday. i'm sure you saw that where he was commenting about two people who make a living insulting him for the most part. apparently he just -- he was over watching one of the channels where it's pretty much 24/7 criticizing president trump. he apparently had had it up to here and got to tweeting. does the liberal media, congressman, have any responsibility in the rhetoric? >> look. i think the president is being baited. i don't want the president to take the bait. i want to put a sticker on his computer to say if it feels good don't do it. because i know it feels better to do that but he needs to rise above this. i think quite frankly i think that tweet was below the office of the presidency. and the best way to fight back against the liberals is to pass legislation, draw attention to the fact that chicago has had 1700 shootings. the president has the ability to move the camera in a certain direction.
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and rather than using those tweets to just take on a personal attack on an individual, put it on a subject. talk about kate's law. talk about these things. that's what i would like to see him do. ainsley: especially right before a holiday weekend. that's what everybody is going to be talking about around the barbecue. pete: if you listen to a lot of people who said rise above it don't counter punch throughout the campaign he might not be sitting at 1600 pennsylvania is there logic to the fact that says if i'm punched i'm going to counter punch and people may not like it? >> no doubt. that's within -- that's what people are gravitating towards. they like the fact he fights back. he has done a lot to draw attention to the fact that a lot of these other networks and individual pundits are taking unfair shots at him. again, have you got to take those barbs and win it with facts and not push it into the gutter even further. ainsley: not just this rhetoric and this narrative that they think their viewers need to hear. clearly, they were friends with the president. if that tweet is true. if they were down at mar-a-lago and hanging out
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with them and now they are bashing him on the air. pete: calling him mentally i ill? steve: to your point he has had a good week. one of the things he ran on was kate's law. yesterday the house passed that plus the sanctuary cities things thing. both of them were bipartisan. democrats on board as well. this something that the president should be proud of because he talked a lookout about it. and finally up on capitol hill something is being done, congressman. >> well, yeah. i mean, we actually passed these bills. had a great rollout. think at what they did at the white house. they had a good drum beat going up to it. those are the kind of things we have got to do week in and week out. not just once every six months. steve: let's talk about susan rice. apparently she will testify under oath about unmasking. a lot of other channels don't talk about the unmasking. that is apparently when secret documents, you know, that were gathered by our
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intel community, if an american's name is in there, it's supposed to say like citizen one or citizen two. and somebody apparently in the administration and some have su summarized it's susan rice took the names off for political purposes. here she is on various media outlets talking about her story. >> during the transition, after president trump had been elected, that he and the people around him may have been caught up in surveillance of foreign individuals and that their identities may have been disclosed. do you know anything about this? >> i know nothing about this. no. >> within that process, and within the context of the trump campaign, the trump transition, did you seek the names of people involved in -- to unmask the names of people involved in the trump transition? the trump campaign? people surrounding the president-elect? >> let me be clear. >> in order to spy on them.
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>> absolutely not for any political purposes to spy, expose, anything. steve: so why is her testimony important while her story on television has changed a bit? >> well, listen. if she is going to answer questions from reporters, then she is going to have to answer questions from the united states congress. and this, you know, led with mike conway and trey gowdy in this closed door hearing. there is a lot of explaining to do. because, if you are unmasking and releasing those names out, that is against the law. it's the one place that we actually know where a law has been broken. and so there needs to be some people held accountable. she is right in the epicenter of that. this is a person, susan rice, who went before the world on national television five times and lied to the world about benghazi. so now we see this is, you know, right in the heat of the transition. of course, she needs to be held accountable and needs to be under some serious
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questions for what she did and when she did it. steve: all right, jason chaffetz who today takes off his congressman hat and tomorrow puts on his fox news contributor hat. thank you very much for joining us live. >> thank you. ainsley: great to have you as part of the fox family soon. steve: indeed. ainsley: hand it over to jillian who has headlines for us. jillian: good friday morning to you guys it is deadline day. senate republicans hoping to strike an agreement on the healthcare bill before the july 4th recess. white house and congressional officials skipping a weekly meeting on tax reform in order to hit the negotiating table. if they can get a tentative deal in place, they would reschedule a vote for the week of july 10th. overnight, a federal judge blocking a new law that would ban gun owners from possessing high capacity ammunition magazines. rules scheduled to go into effect tomorrow. after getting approval by voters months ago, a judge now says the law stripsz thousands of gun owners' second amendment rights and amounts to the government taking away private property
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without compensation. more than 400 brave men and women taking an oath to becombecome new york city police officers. it was sweeter for this new cop. [cheers] that's officer mike raffaeley proposing to his girl friend stefanie. and, of course, guys, she said yes. isn't that adorable? steve: congratulations. jillian: i love that too. ainsley: thank you. ir. pete: parts of president trump's travel ban taking effect overnight. but lawsuits, well, predictably they are already being filed against it up next, texas congressman and member of the house home land security committee will herd will join us with why we need this ban to stay safe. steve: bernie sanders just weighed in on the fbi's investigation into his wife and bernie is not pleased.
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for you right now. president trump's revised travel ban now partialfully effect. blocking travel from six nations and it tightens our visa vetting system. the order rolling out smoothly so far but lawsuits are already coming in against it. so what impact will this have on the nation's national security? that's what we all wonder about. joining success texas congressman and member of the house homeland security committee and former cia official will hurd. congressman, good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for having me on. steve: president wants travel ban has gone into effect partially. some states are already criminalling it in court because the supreme court weighed in on it they are not going to go anywhere, are they? >> yeah. i don't think these state challenges are going to get anywhere. the supreme court has spoken. and they are going to still hear the case in full. this was lifting the stay on the entire, the entire ban but some of it is in place. but, we should be focusing on doing other things like
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making sure we get information to our allies on the homeland security committee. i set on a task force last year that looked at foreign fighters. these are americans going in to iraq and syria fighting with isis and coming back. and some of the things that we learn that our european partners weren't checking the travel documents of every known traveler. they were checking one out of every three which is crazy. we also found they weren't checking the names of known travelers against watch list information that we had been providing. if we get the right information to the right people at the right time, we keep terrorists on the run and off our shores. and so there are other pieces of legislation that we should be focused on. i just introduced some legislation to do just that. steve: tell us a little bit about it. >> well, it allows us to share open source software with our allies that improve sharing amongst the various data bases that we use. steve: good.
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>> it's a simple piece of legislation. we also have visa security yunts that wunits: we should ht in all our embassies. these are folks that have access to as much information as we possibly have and are working with our embassies when it comes to people applying for visa and making sure that we're investigating them. these are two no nonsense bipartisan pieces of legislation and that make sure that we exchange information the right way in order to keep our homeland safe. and this is, you know, the number of threats, just isis alone had 190 threats against westerners. steve: wow. >> about 40 of those are in the united states. when i had the honor of serving shoulder to shoulder with some patriots in the cia. steve: indeed. >> and i saw the threats coming to this country so it's real. steve: all right. well the travel ban partially in effect. let the extreme vetting begin. congressman, thank you very much for joining us live. >> thank you. steve: still ahead on this friday, forget collusion,
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members of the mainstream media this morning calling the questiointo question the president's mental health. really? kellyanne conway here to respond to that live. and lee brice live. >> july 4th we are live from south port, north carolina with anna kooiman. share your story. proudly serving the armed forces veterans and their families for over 80 years. federallfederal insured by. these days families want to be connected 24/7.
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was a veteran and lost their life. steve: ladies and gentlemen, lee brice. [cheers] ainsley: is he from south carolina? pete: we just found that out. steve: last year folds of honor down in the tulsa area. that was one of the most emotional things i have ever seen on the fox news channel. tell us what you did for that family of the fallen soldier. >> folds of honor. takes care of the families, fallen soldiers. i had heard kind of from ginger, she is a recipient of some of folds of honor and they had sold their truck before troy went overseas to just it will until he got back. he never came back. she told me she had a connection to drive your truck. she wishes she had never sold the truck. i thought we got to get that truck back. steve: how did you find the truck? >> a lot of friends, a lot of the folks. a lot of help. we found the truck. it was cool because the day we gave it back to them. the kid was 16, just got his
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license, and it was his daddy's truck and his daddy's truck. it was really cool to be a part of it. ainsley: crying. so emotional. >> to be there was so special. pete: lee, coming up on the fourth of july weekend. what does it mean to you. >> man, everything. it's like every day i just thank god for my healthy family and our freedoms and for what i have every day. i mean, i got a brand new baby girl. pete: congratulations. >> knowing the world she can grow up in because the folks taking care of us. ainsley: hohow old is she? >> three and a half weeks old. ainsley: are you getting any sleep. >> i'm getting sleep now that i'm here. [laughter] there she is, truly. >> are you sleeping in that picture, too? now, have you done so much in your career already. i got a question though because have you written a lot of songs for some very famous people like garth and tim mcgraw.
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when they are singing your songs, do you ever say now garth, that's not what i had in mind exactly? i want you to go -- >> no, not exactly. especially when i got that cut i remember garth was like hey man i want to play this for you and make sure you like it. garth, you sold 120 million albums. i think you are going to do it just fine. i can't buy mcdonald's at the moment. pete: you have a new album out right now. >> coming out november 3rd. a new single out called boy. ainsley: you are going to be singing for us. >> yeah. in just a few minutes. steve: live performance starts here in about 33 minutes on that stage go foxbusiness.com/concert and watch the streaming. pete: he says he can't wait. we can't wait. it's going to be awesome. steve: round of applause, lee brice, folks. pete: forget collusion members of the mainstream media this morning calling into question the president's mental health. really? well, the counselor to the president, kellyanne conway
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here to respond to that live. ainsley: stick around, in the next hour when lee brice is going to perform for us live. are we excited? [cheers] ♪ roll every window down ♪ and i burn up ♪ every back road in this town ♪ i find a field ♪ i tear it up ♪ till all the pain ♪ is a cloud of dust ♪ yes, sometimes i drive your truck ♪
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steve: 31. ainsley: what do you remember about that day? >> that was sauna bell santa bel island. ainsley: shared that life. it all began there. steve: it did. at the end of our first date. i was down at nbc in washington. i worked in the news department. she worked in the sports department. i worked on her for about a month over the cafeteria line. finally got her to go out on a date with me. at the end of the first date you are going to take i'm crazy some day we will be married. and then she asked me to please leave. and then i proposed a month later. and we were married five months later. and that was 31 years ago today. ainsley: it actually worked. usually quick, quick people are like no, it's not going to work. you don't know each other. steve: it all worked. thank you very much. let's bring in kellyanne conway. we have lots to talk about on this friday morning. good morning, kellyanne.
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>> good morning. happy anniversary, steve. that's amazing. steve: thank you very much. we know the president has been tweeting this morning. he was tweeting yesterday as well. and a lot of them had to do yesterday, two of them did, with a morning show that spends pretty much all day long criticizing the president. this morning they have a response to his tweet. we thought we would play a little of that right now. listen to this, kellyanne. >> we're okay. the country is not. >> it is unbelievably alarming that this president is so easily played. he is so easily played by a cable news host. >> the guy that's in the white house now is not the guy we knew two years ago. >> no. >> somebody at the top of his campaign last summer said to me we're all really worried about his emotional state. steve: that's kind of the tenor.
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they are worried that the president of the united states may not all be there upstairs. >> it's incredible to watch people play armchair psychologists, ridiculing the president's physicalities, his mental state, calling him names that you wouldn't want your children to call people on the playground. you would punish them for doing that all of a sudden, faining shock when he wants to fight back and defend himself. and hopefully change the conversation. because the conversation right now is a one-way conversation of toxicity. a lot of these people on tv do not criticize his policies. they do not criticize his actions and his beliefs. they criticize him. the office of the president and its current occupant. and right behind me in this white house, the president every single day is fighting for all americans, including america's women, millions of whom do not have healthcare. millions of whom are looking for jobs. millions of whom are one
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paycheck away from economic desperation. he is here to help them. it doesn't get covered. we did a little analysis last night at my behest 160 tweets in the month of june by the president. roughly about 120 of the 160 dealt with policy bilateral meetings, what the president is doing here at the white house, what the cabinet is doing, news that he sees that he wants to convey to other people. foreign policy, isis, you name it, terrorist attacks, that gets very little coverage. what gets coverage is the cherry picked social media uses whereas the president is conveying his ideas, and his policies to the american people through his vast social media platform because the middleman can't be trusted to connect the americans with the information that they need. i do not like the way the president is spoken about for hours upon hours upon hours. i think it's really corrosive for the body politic and it is also -- it
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also just denies people information. you saw the network studies. you have covered it on your show. i want to repeat it again in the context of this conversation lady and gentlemen. from may 17th to june 20th according taccording to the meda research center, the network spent 353 minutes on russia, fbi, comey. steve: sure. >> fantastical charade where there is no proof of anything, where you have got okd officials now saying it didn't change a single votes. there was no evidence of collusion. 353 minutes. had you less than a palestinian on tax reform, less than five minutes on jobs. less than three minutes on infrastructure. maybe 17 big total minutes in five weeks time in network coverage on healthcare. what do you think effects most of america, including if not especially america's women? when a couple of people on tv want to say about the president as insult and innuendo and questioning his fitness for office or what he is doing for those women
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on policy. and we come to work here every day, a lot of women, and we believe in what this man is trying to do for america and we're here for those reasons. ainsley: kellyanne, you are talking about the networks covering russia. this morning we were talking about the networks covering these tweets versus how much time they spent on kate's law and the sanctuary city bill in the house. had you nbc spent almost 3 minutes on the tweets and 26 seconds on kate's law and sanctuary city. abc did not cover kate's law or sanctuary cities and neither did cbs. we are wondering when he does decide to tweet like he did yesterday, do you all have a meeting where you decide and you discuss it or does he just do it? >> well, the president is able -- i mean, he is the one who controls his social media platform. he reaches 100 million people as i understand it through these various social media platforms, he tells me. it's his way of cutting out the middle man. the middle man doesn't like it because it's his direct connection. i call it democratization of
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information. often it is the case the president is using his social media platform to tell the veterans that they are now seen as one patient across. he is telling americans after seven and a half years of obamacare lying to people about keeping their plans, keeping their doctors, forcing 20 million people to opt out. 26 and a half million to pay a tax on irs. 83 insurers left the exchanges, 19 of the 23 co-opts have failed. he uses that social media platform to do that. and speaking of kate's law, less than two days ago right here behind me at the white house, we had those parents of the children who were murdered by illegal aliens who had multiple deportations, multiple felony convictions in many cases. they came here as profiles and courage. and one mother sat there and said her only child had been murdered and that she wants action. she sees this president as a man of action. you think she is worried
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about how people insult him gratuitously? do you think she cares about the raw comments that come out of some people's mouth? she cares about actions so that no other mother ever has to suffer the unspeakable loss that she has suffered. ainsley: kellyanne how do you respond to the sexism claims. they say he is sexist by going after mika. as a woman how do you respond to that? >> as a woman who knows him and works for him, i'm very pleased how he treats women in this work place, the white house. i'm the mother of four small children, four school aged children. his daughter has children. his two daughters and his wife are two -- three of the strongest, most intelligent, most courageous women i have ever met. they are all willing to be public servants at this point. tiffany, of course, is in law school. donald trump is somebody -- i go by what people do. not what people say about them. this is a man who for decades has been elevating women to the highest position. he took a chance on women in real estate in manhattan
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when no one else would. would when it was really a man's game u since then he has been elevating women at the trump organization. the trump campaign, the trump cabinet. the trump white house. this is a man who is doing what he can do on behalf of america's women. look, we inherited a big mess. we have people -- we have millions of women without jobs. millions of women without healthcare. millions of women worried about the advance of isis around the globe and millions of women rejected a woman for president because they felt this man spoke to their concerns. it's really rich and really something to hear about claims of sexism. i have kept my mouth shut under never ending assaults on me based on my gender. i have kept my mouth shut. i have had to explain to crying children why total children or people who used to pretend they were nice to us, would say the things about their mother based on her gender that has grounding in nothing. but you know what? i'm here for a bigger purpose. none of us are here for us. we are here as public servants for the american
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people. and you have to learn to swallow a lot to do that. i see the way america reacts to this president. i see the military, the first responders our troops, our veterans, are so respectful to the fact that he is here doing things for them. it's bigger than all of us. pete: turn to policy. two immigration laws passed. travel ban in effect. victories going on. uncertainty in the senate. they are still hoping to get to a deal. we had the president tweeted this morning that hey, if they can't reach a deal maybe you split it up and do a clean repeal first which the senate has voted for once already. and you do the rest later. where is the white house right now on repeal and replace? >> that's a very strong possible alternative strategy, pete. because we know in the 2015 bill, that all but one republican senator did vote for certain items that are in this legislation as well u they voted to do away with the taxes and penalties in obamacare. they actually allowed, as i read it, very little, if any medicaid expansion going into 2018. the current bill increases
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medicaid funding over the next decade by $71 billion. and so there are a lot of principles here. the hsas that they voted for. you can repeal and replace later. but we're very confident here at the white house that healthcare gets done this summer followed in quick suck settle by tax reform. steve: crime and killings in chicago have reached epsd proportions that i'm sending in federal help. what federal help is he sending in? >> so i will let him discuss that with his team. i have not discussed with him this morning specifically that he has addressed this in the past. he has met with mayor rahm emanuel. look, we can't turn a blind eye. this is a man who said his first duty is the safety and security of all americans. and if he can help, and give full force and effect as the president to communities that are suffering, they are suffering gang and crime and drug violence, then i know he will want to do that. he is here to help people. steve: something has got to be done. kellyanne thank you for exproing us.
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>> happy independence day to our great nation. ainsley: our men and women who have served this great country. pete: we have jeff sessions on later in the program. we will ask him that same question: republicans racing to strike a healthcare deal today ahead of their holiday recess? ainsley: can they get it done. health and human services secretary tom price next on that. steve: bernie sanders just weighed in to the investigation of his wife. here is a hint. bernie not happy. pete: cranky. ♪ hey, you ♪ get off of my cloud ♪ hey, hey ♪ get off of my cloud ♪ er website in under an hour with... ...gocentral from godaddy. the internet is waiting. start for free today at godaddy. but with my back pain i couldn't sleep or get up in time.
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steve: senate republicans working to reach a deal. it doesn't look like it's going to happen.
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if the senators are unable to pass what they're working on now, they should immediately repeat a as one bill and replace as a second bill at a later date. pete: what will it take to get holdouts on board. let's ask tom price. thank you for joining us this morning. >> good to be with you. thank you so much. pete: plan a is to try to get the bill through the senate next month or. so plan b is maybe it's better to pass a clean repeal and do the rest later. what's the current stand on the administration. >> you have identified exactly the options that are available. the senate continues to work because they understand and appreciate that the status quo right now is untenable. we got announcement yesterday that more insurers are leaving nevada. that's happening all across thisflation. we have got over 30% of the counties that only have one insurance company offering policy on the exchange. that's not providing choices for folks. that peopl premiums are up. deductibles rupp.
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6.5 million folks being taxed to have the privilege, the right not to purchase coverage. $3 billion they are spending. status quo is unacceptable. the senate understands that the president is adamant about making certain we move forward in a positive way for patients and families and docs to be able to make medical decisions and not washington, d.c. steve: you know, because mr. price, so many people are impacted by healthcare in this country, we want whatever this becomes to be good and you look at the polls, and i think the new suffolk college poll showed less than 20% like the republican bill. that's a problem because, you know, as we look in at what mitch mcconnell and company are doing behind the scenes, it sounds like they are adding billions of dollars of extra costs to it to get certain senators to go along with it and that's the way washington has always worked and a lot of people are going i thought we were done with this stuff. >> what they are trying to do is to make certain that we have a healthcare system that actually responds to
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patients. one that allows individuals that are moving from the medicare system or medicaid system to the private market to employer sponsored coverage or to the individual markets. that is seemless. so that nobody falls through the cracks. nobody has the rug pulled out from under them. they are able to select their own doctor. they are able to get the coverage and care that they want for themselves and for their family instead of what washington forces them to buy. so that that's the challenge. the senate has to fixed. that's what the president has demanded work gets done. pete: in the house we saw the tug-of-war congress and frawx members. they finally made concessions to the frawx. is it moving to conservatives market oriented or more dollars spent on the medicaid side to get more moderates on side. you have to give one way or the other. >> one is the medicaid system, there are concerns about individuals being on the medicaid system and whether or not as they transition to something else
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there is something that they can go to. and that's where the tax credits come in to play. and then there are others who believe that this opioid crisis, as we do here at the department and as the president does, is an salute priority anabsolutepriority andr resources. we are balancing the different concerns of folks and in order to address that that's going to take a little time. steve: is something going to pass in the next month? >> i think. so i think so because, again, the status quo, where we are right now is attennable. it's not us is the stainable at all. it doesn't work for patients with and families and docs. is it doesn't works for employers or employees or the state or federal government from a financing standpoint. we hav got to move in a much better direction and that's the challenge. pete: and working with the democrats who resist everything. mr. secretary, thanks for your time. we appreciate it? >> thanks. take care. pete: one state filing a lawsuit against the president's newly
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if there so witness in the house, clap your hands. [cheers and applause] >> is he international entrepreneur, businessman, film maker and, oh, yes, he is a pastor. bishop t.d. jakes is the founder of the 30,000 member mega church the potter's house in dallas, texas. to sarah roberts he is her dad. >> is he not walking around the house preaching sermons. he is stealing food off our plates and walking around in a bath robe. as we grew and understood the power and faith in critical times in life and in need for what he does each and every sunday, our perspective expanded from him just being our father. >> it is that faith 245 has helped jakes create megafest a four day event about faith, family, and film. >> a very different way to approach families and where you don't separate a culture spirituality, their faith from their entertainment experience. >> some 100,000 people from all over the globe have come here this weekend inspired by jakes to take part in
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empowerment sessions. health and well being, beauty, all under the banner of faith u. >> they didn't come to praise t.d. jakes. they came to praise the god that is shown through t.d. jakes life. >> god has a way of picking the least likely people and changing them to athen indicate the fact that it is not by might or power but my spirit sayeth the lord. >> later today i'm going to sit down for a one-on-one interview with bishop t.d. jakes. we will bring that to you on "fox & friends weekend." back to you guys. pete: excellent. looking forward to that. really interesting. steve: thanks for going to dallas for us, lauren. straight ahead on this friday, president trump's travel ban partially going into effect last night at 8:00. the left making a last-ditch effort to stop it attorney general of the united states of america jeff sessions on how he plans to fight back. he joins us live from d.c. next. ainsley: and it is friday,
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. . >> lawmakers in the house passed two bills designed to crack down two bills designed to crack down . sanctuary cities are puts lives at risks. >> president trump travel ban affects six countries. as finally gone into effect. >> deadline day. senate republicans hoping to strike agreement on health care bill before the july 4th recess. >> do as much repeal. let president cancel august period. >> talk a little bit about susan rice. she will testify under oath about unmasking. there is a lot of explaining to
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do.c: >> if you're unmasking and releasing those names out. that is against the law. there needs to be some people held accountable. >> the president daily facing intense criticism. about the fact he tweeted out earlier today. >> he is just not a decent human being. >> according to the white house the reason president trump sent the tweets. is program hash attacks against him. . . >> calling him names that you wouldn't want your children to call on the play frowned. all of sudden feigning shock when he wants to fight back and defend himself. ♪ ♪ sometimes i drink too much, sometimes i test your trust.
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pete in for bryan. pete: great to have you. >> department of justice attorney general jeff sessions. >> good morning. steve: how is it working out. definition of bonafide has been called into question. >> there is a little bit on the margins, uncertainties, but fundamentally, the court rejected this whole narrative of the left, that his orders, that president's orders were wrong and unjustified and unconstitutional. it was a major slap down to them, a major rejection of courts that have been, where plaintiffs have gone out favorable jurisdictions to hear these cases. they have been rebuked. so i think it was a great victory for the president.
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we're going to focus on these six countries alone who have really failed states with terrorist bases in them. we need to be very careful before we admit people from those countries and the president is exactly correct. pete: mr. attorney general, a lot of people were frustrated it was challenged in the courts initially. went to the supreme court. 9-0 they affirmed executive privilege. hawaii's attorney general is trying to go at it again. we have a quote what he had to say. in hawaii close family includes many people federal government sided on its own to include that definition. unfortunately the severely definition may be in violation of the supreme court ruling. are they looking for any way to resist? is this really just another activist attorney general. >> this is another activist attorney general. they were slapped down by the supreme court. they had initial victory before a judge in hawaii.
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the order bound the whole flights which is overreach except in certain circumstances in my opinion. this argument be heard. i don't think it will be sustained either. ainsley: we want to ask you about chicago because the president tweeted this mornings, crimes and killing in chicago reached epidemic proportions i'm sending inç federal help. 7014 shootings in chicago this year. he said if you don't get things in order and crack down on all these shootings and killings, i will have to crack down and send in federal troops. he is in 20 agents from federal atf, calling this the chicago gun and crime strike fores. what do you think of that. >> we've been supporting that. we directed our u.s. attorneys to prosecute these gun cases aggressive. we'll have an impact and in
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reducing shootings in chicago. but we really, the police have been demoralized in many ways. they're not feeling good. the policies in chicago have not been working. murders are way, way too high. other cities like chicago are far better off than chicago. it is critical, critical for the people of chicago, public safety we work together here. to deport violent criminals who have been convicted. they need to be not a sanctuary city. but they need to be protecting the people of chicago from violent criminals. they're not, we've got to see that this works much better. just not acceptable what is happening now. steve: sure, mr. attorney general, we were talking about how the temporary travel ban has gone into effect partially, as of last night, you said that was a win for the president because he promised that out on the campaign trail. something else he promised was
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"kate's law" which the house passed yesterday. you just mentioned sanctuary cities. the house passed that bill as well. looks like this administration is going through the checklist of things they promised out on the campaign trail. one at a time. it is a bucket list. they're checking it off. yesterday two more. >> no doubt about it. those were two big victories. we simply can not allow people who have been deported because they committed a crime to blythely reenter and commit more crimes in the united states. this case law will crack down on them with much tougher punishments. in addition it says to sanctuary cities you can't protect criminals in your cities. it makes no cents whatsoever, that a mayor or police department wants to protect the people of a city from crime would not send to the federal government people who are due to be deported because they have been convicted of crimes. that's what we're talking about. and that is what cost the life
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of kate steinle. it has cost the lives of and health of many other people too. pete: mr. attorney general, just generally speaking, has it surprised since you've taken this position, been involved in all these fights, how much the rule of law has diminished? do you feel it is lawlessness, unwilling to pay attention to basic laws on the books that created this, and you're just trying to bring that back in order? >> that is the way i feel about it, pete. i believe, this is a frustrating thing. under the laws of the united states you should only enter this country properly. you don't get to come into the country illegally. if you do, you're subject to being deported. you are really subject to being deported if you come into the country illegally and murder somebody or commit another serious crime. they must be deported. they must not be allowed to reenter. the american people are correct, decent and good. they want a lawful system of
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immigration, that protects national interests. one they can be proud of. it is time for politicians in this country and leaders to join with president trump and get this done. i'm going to tell you, it can be done. it is not impossible. we've already seen the lowest illegal entries into the united states in 17 areas undersecretary kelly's leadership. we need that number going down further and we need to make it permanent. pete: quick follow-up, some republican-led states potentially suing trump ad min over dreamers policy. ainsley: arizona. pete: would you see any changes there? >> the darpa law has been withdrawn. there was policy of the obama administration. that isç a big victory. we'll be looking at that. i like it that our states and localities are holding the federal government to account. expecting us to do what is the
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responsibility to the state and locals. that is to enforce the law. ainsley: mr. attorney general, we were talking to the president, asking about the russia probe. latest on investigation. deputy torn general has appointed robert mueller to oversee this case. many people are questioning that because he is very good friends with james comey investigated or involved in the investigation. we asked the president about it. he said it was bothersome to him. what do you think? >> we need to clear the air on this and let the system work its will. that is all that can be done at this point. we expect full integrity and good work from every person involved in this investigation. pete: do you have have any concerns, briefly, mr. attorney general, hires by bob mueller. people tied to the clinton foundation, democratic politics, any concerns there? >> mr. mueller is entitled lawfully i guess at this point who he desires but i think he should look for people who have strength and credibility by all
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people. steve: exit question for you. do you have full confidence in robert mueller? >> mr. mueller is someone i've known for a long time. i have had confidence in him over the years, yes. steve: over the years yes, but what about right now. >> i feel confident about what he will do. that is all i can say to you about that. the man has a good reputation. he knows his business. hopefully we see the matter move forward, come to an end sooner rather than later. steve: i think we're all yesterday did i for that. attorney general of the united states, jeff sessions. have a great 4th of july. >> thank you. happy fourth. ainsley: happy fourth. let's hand it over to jillian. >> what you need to know before you head out the door. deadline day. senate republicans hoping to strike an agreement on the health care bill before the july 4th recess. white house and congressional officials skipping a weekly meeting on tax reform in order to hit the negotiating table. president trump backing their efforts, tweeting, quote, if
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republican senators are not able to pass what they are working on now, they should immediately repeal and replace at later date. hhs secretary tom price had this to say earlier on "fox & friends." >> status quo sun acceptable. the senate understands that. president is for making certain we move forward in positive way for patients, families, docs to make decisions and not washington, d.c. >> they would reschedule a vote for the week of july 10th. bernie sanders breaking silence on fbi investigation on his wife and questionable paperwork to secure a bank loan at burlington college. >> that allegation came from the vice chairman of the vermont republican party and donald trump's vermont campaign state director. that is an absolute lie. but you know, that is what you expect from the trump administration and people associated with donald trump.
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>> sanders family spokesman says federal investigators have not contacted the couple yet. look at this video. incredible close-up footage of the brand new bowing 787 dreamliner leaving massive vapor trail over the skies. is that stunning? another video shows the trail against the rising sun as the plane descends from 33,000 feet. vapor trails often occur when planes travel through thick clouds filled with water and ice at high speeds. that is cool video. ainsley: that's a trail. steve: dreamliner, steam liner. pete: you can't see them but your parents are here. ainsley: hi, mom and dad. they're cute. >> they're beaming. ainsley: it was definite proof russia hacked the election. >> 17 agencies came to a consensus conclusion that the russian government at the highest level was involved in an effort to play in our electoral
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>> this has come from the highest levels of the russian government, clearly from putin himself, in an effort, as 17 of our intelligence agencies have confirmed, to influence our election. >> 17 agencies came to consensus conclusion, took extraordinary step of making public. >> we have 17 u.s. intelligence agencies said russia attempted to influence our election. >> 17 u.s. it will against agencies issued a statement expressing their unanimous assessment. steve: unanimous. how many times that you heard while we knew that theç russias were trying to hack our election, not one single vote was apparently changed. however, to back up the fact that they knew that the russians were trying to do this, they said, you heard it a million times from hillary clinton on down, 17 of our intel community agencies said, yep, absolutely. we have that as a fact. pete: i heard it on the program
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over the weekend just recently. saw "the new york times" earlier this week but 17 said it must be true. steve: it is not true. in fact in the pages of "the new york times," maggie haberman repeated that earlier this week. then the new yorks times quietly corrected it. pete: that's right. at the bottom of an article in "the new york times," this is part of what they had to say. the assessment was made not 17, but four intelligence agencies, office of director of national sell against. pete: central intelligence agency, federal bureau of investigation and not all 17 organizations in the american intelligence community. you wonder how long they knew that. how long fake news a fake fact. ainsley: that narrative has been going on since the debates, but before that. we saw hillary clinton saying that. they got this totally wrong. ainsley: that is a big difference between 17 and four. steve: how do they get that
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wrong? ainsley: i don't know. steve: we do know the obama administration in waning days of it they did everything they could to try to tank donald trump. pete: similar to other things, chuck schumer, behind closed doors he was told president trump was not under investigation, buts with happy to go out in public to say president trump under investigation. ainsley: all the lies. steve: straight ahead on this friday this, veteran got a prosthetic arm. it changed his life forever. he is here along with the va secretary to talk about you hot technology will change even more veterans lives. good morning to you. ainsley: that is wonderful. here is lee brice performing, "parking lot party". ♪ parking lot party, what we having now, parking lot party ♪ ♪
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later died at the hospital. venus said it was an unfortunate accident. she has not been charged. pete? pete: thanks, steve. american veterans give everything and so much more for their country. now we have a chance to give something back. thanks to years of research and effort, the va introduced a revolutionary new prosthetic. the luke arm, which stands for life under kinetic evolution is the most advanced prosthesis available today. first prosthetic arm cleared by the fda the first commercially available powered shoulder. here to demonstrate how it works, va secretary david shulkin and luc recipient and army veteran. you served in vietnam. silver star for valor. four purple hearts. tell us more about your service. >> i was in the infantry in the u.s. army and 67 and '68.
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i got hit. i tent about a year in the hospital after that. it was a bouncing betty landmine, flies out of ground, explodes waste high. blew this arm off. almost lost my legs. pete: thank you for your service. you're why the va exists. you're happy because you have a piece of technology at the va facility. tell me about the luc arm. >> i control it by my feet. when i move my feet they send signals up to 10 computers. i can rotate the foot. rotate the hand. can close the pincher. rotate my left foot use this to manipulate the wrist. i can take a switch and i can take this, move my elbow which these last two functions are not available in anything else. pete: what is it like to have the ability to do this? >> it's great, fors first time in 49 areas i have the ability to grasp with my left hand.
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such a wonderful feeling. you just can't imagine, once you lose that ability to be independent, because you need your hands for independence, to take care of yourself. pete: absolutely. i feel like what america wants for veterans to be repaired when they come home with the best technology. mr. secretary, this is the first of a first. how did the va help facilitate this happening? >> this took years and years of research. this was the va and darpa, other federal agencies working to make sure we develop this type of advance. we're continuing this type of work, but nowç since 2009, we'e been working on this, we can finally bring this commercially, viable product to not only start helping veterans but other americans. exactly why va exists. pete: comparative advantage for va to do research to give them their life back. >> no one else does this type of research this is why the va is here. why we do research to bring advancement to our veterans.
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pete: fred? >> this is evolution. this will continue. we'll improve the control features through the muscles or nerves that are left. and, you're going to see, it is continue all step process. if you look back at va's history. they have been leader in prosthetics. in all these areas where the va is first in and they are helping disabled veterans. that has rippled effect out to the disabled world. pete: can you twist your wrist all the way around? >> not all the way but more than i can. there you go. pete: this is what the va should be delivering. it is great to see. thank you for what you've done to get the va accountability bill passed, changed the culture. ultimately give veterans more choice. >> we're working hard. veterans deserve better. that is what we'll give them. pete: fred, thank you for the commitment. thank you for your service. enjoy the luc arm. thank you, mr. secretary.
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mainstream media slamming president trump over his tweets. >> it was disgusting. >> you crazy lunatic, 70-year-old man, baby. stop it, you're now the president of the united states. pete: okay. tell us how you really feel. geraldo rivera fueling up in our keurig corner with steve, ready to weigh in next. you will want to hear what he has to say. first here is lee brice performing, says parking lot party. but doesn't sound like it. one of his hits. ♪ ♪ dog tags hanging from the rear, ♪
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>> we're okay. the country's not. the president of the united states is, as bad as he has been in the past, he really hasn't
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gone over the cliff. >> it is unbelievably alarming that this president is so easily played. he is so easily played, by a cable news host. >> the guy that is in the white house now, is not the guy we knew two years ago. somebody at the top of his campaign last summer said to me, we're all really worried about his emotional state. >> it is incredible to watch people play armchair psychologist, really ridiculing the president's physicalities, mental state, calling him names that you wouldn't want your children to call people on a play ground. you would punish them for doing that. then all of sudden, feigning shock when he wants to fight back and defend himself. steve: geraldo rivera has been known to tweet things he wanted to take back later. >> let me take this over. "blazing saddles." let me whip this thing out.
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steve: seems like the whole world, media world, talking about the president who tweeted stuff out. media reaction has been, we know what prompted it. they didn't like what they said about him every day, every day. very critical. media reaction has been gigantic. as if he gave the launch codes to al qaeda. >> that is great analogy. almost. i have to start someplace, because i know, i had my own conflicts with joe scarborough over the years. sometimes pretty extreme, where i wanted to punch him out in the bar one time. he can be very obnoxious. no doubt that mika and joe are grotesquely disrespectful of this president. in a way they called him insane every you day. they say he is the worst president that ever happened. liar, liar, on a daily basis, there was no doubt but that the president was absolutely provoked by mika and joy.
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but you know there is a but coming. i've known the president for over 40 years. we come from a dinosaur generation. i get that we are politically incorrect, sometimes we say things, particularly as melania said during the "access hollywood" flap, that locker room banter. but the one thing that guys like us never do or never should do go where the president went with a woman. i'm sorry sexist what i'm saying now, sorry that it isç old-fashioned, there is certain nobility to machismo where you don't insult a woman, particularly her looks, particularly if she had any kind of whatever. i just think that it was really low ball for the president. i think it is extremely unfortunate. i am calling on my friend, the president of the united states to swallow his pride and apologize to this woman. pete: hold on. point taken but all of the vitriol goes at the president. what responsibility does the press not have, when they impugn
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human, factless insults day after day after day after day? mental illness, unhinged. these are words you hear every day from so-called news show on the other side. don't they have a responsibility to treat at some level this president, maybe remotely fairly? >> well, at that point, the last point i absolutely 100% agree. we have one president at a time. there has been a history of closing ranks to a certain extent. in the last few decades has been pretty partisan, but there is. we have one president at a time. it has majesty of the office has to be respected by everybody regardless of the fact that you disagree with this or that point. having said that, i disagree that mika and joe are left unscathed. i do hannity quite frequently. we were together on wednesday night, and hand at this did ten minutes with their clips that really revealed an agenda that was beyond partisan.
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it was mean-spirited. it was, it was, you try to denigrate someone in very personal way where you are insulting them, going for, whatever you believe the weakness of the person physical or intellectual or idealogical or philosophical, whatever it is, they nail him ever day in a way that i look at it sometimes, and obviously don't watch it much because i'm a big huge fan of "fox & friends," i watch it, what exactly is going on here? why are they so bitter about the 45th of the president of the united states? what is so different now? i mean, to me what is different is that president trump, not only does he lash back, styles inappropriately as i think this was totally inappropriate but other times in a sharp, witty way that really in many ways takes the wind out of sails of his critics. i wanted to, i appreciate that, but he can not be that bully, he can not be that, that twitter
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stalker person. he went too far. he should recognize this and sarah huckabee sanders was excellent and eloquent in his defense yesterday he but even to sarah, i say to all of you, president went too far. the president should apologize to this women. we should stop this bigger first quarter to fry. ainsley: we're getting a lot of emails. >> i get it. part of my function here over last 16 years to give you my honest opinion regardless whether you agree or not. this is what i feel. i love them. i talk to him some days. i want him to succeed. this was something he gave ammo unnecessarily to the enemy. this is unforced error. he should not have made it. ainsley: thanks, geraldo. >> you're welcome. ainsley: jillian over there. your parents are here. say in the control room. tom and roseanne. pete: tom and roseanne. we love her. ainsley: the roseanne show,
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wasn't that her name? >> yes it was. first person ever to say that. just kidding. miraculous rescue by the u.s. coast guard after a boat carrying five people including a child capsizes. >> [inaudible]. >> hanging on for dear life. a rescue team quickly guiding five people out of the water. all of this happening about three miles away from riceville beach, in north carolina. it was unwhy the boat capsized. hundreds of bitter "new york times" employees staging a walkout over the latest round of layoffs. [shouting] >> "new york times" staffers protesting outside the city office, the newspaper recently bragged doing well financially, cutting 50, copy editor positions. we here have amazing copy editors. remember when the dems said this about obamacare. >> we have to pass the bill so
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that youç can find out what isn it away from the fog. >> now former white house senior advisor to president obama, valerie jarrett is blasting republicans who want to repeal and replace obamacare, and their closed-door process, claiming democrats did it the right way, open and transparent. >> we had hundreds of meetings. we made hundreds of amendments. it was all very transparent. the president had a great meeting where he invited in the republicans for open press session to answer all of their questions. it was a collaborative effort. >> you know how it goes. we report, you decide. let us know your thoughts. look at headlines on this friday. steve: talking to your parents. it was the first time they heard that in their whole life. too steve, thank you. steve: coming up. ainsley: big win for president trump as congress cracks down on illegal immigration. you wouldn't know about it if you watch the mainstream media.
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completely ignoring the bills. here to weigh in, judge jeanine per roy, from justice with jeanine pirro. they are not talking about the "kate's law" or sanctuary cities law. >> that confirms we know the that mainstream media is part of left-wing propaganda, everything is trashing about donald trump. what the american people want, want ability to be safe. this president is delivering exactly what he said he would do and reason we elected him in the first place. so the idea of not punishing someone additionally for reentering after we've deported them is just absurd. it basically makes us looks like we have no power and no authority. look, if you go back into mexico after being deported, it is mandatory 10 years in jail. here, we give you social services, housing health care, food stamps, whatever you need.
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you don't worry about being deported. pete: why do we call the mainstream media? there is nothing mainstream about them. >> that is interesting a great question. you have been asking great questions all morning. i think america is moving toward alternate sources, not just cable news but social media because they don't believe nbc and msnbc and cbs and abc. the fact they wouldn't talk about kate's law being strengthened, the fact they wouldn't talk about sanctuary cities, and the fact that you know, now we're in a situation where there will be a law that says, if you do not comply with federal immigration law you don't the get any money. steve: judge you know why the other networks are not talking about it. it is win for republican congress. it's a win for donald trump. they, the mainstream media would prefer to talk about russia, russia all the time and talking about how this president is not, you know a legitimate president. we're going to find out more, we think from susan rice, who
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agreed to testify up on capitol hill about the unmasking of names to try to sandbag this president, in particular mr. flynn, with russians. so this is good thing we'll finally have her on the record, isn't it? >> i would love to get her under oath, under penalty of per jury. this is woman who basically a political operative, goes by the obama playbook and lies when she opens her mouth. give you a little history. talk about benghazi. she goes on five sunday morning shows to say it is despicable video because hillary clinton because hillary clinton didn't want to perjure herself. she said bowe bergdahl is guy who was honorable, honorable and -- ainsley: served with honor and distinction. >> okay. i don't know anything about unmasking but yeah, i did unmask. this woman is at risk of espionage, conspiracy. i want to know what she knew, when she knew it, who told her what to do. why would you order spreadsheets. why all of sudden not 17
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intelligence agencies. like to go after her. ainsley: i love it when steve says, oh, boy. she is in for it. thank you, judge. >> thank you. ainsley: what can we expect from your show this weekend? >> this weekend we'll talk about veterans and going to talk about what is going on at kennedy center. the president will be live during the show. it will be all good stuff. ainsley: good deal. thank you. many -- coming up next lee brice will perform life on the plaza minutes away. pete: let's check with shannon bream. >> lawmakers are getting ready to bolt for the, its. are there any big surprises for health care before they leave on recess. susan rice testifying on hill. jay sekulow on the travel ban kicking in. they all join us live, top of the hour, see you there. what's the best way to get
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♪ >> how great was that? lee brice, thank you very much. [applause] what a good man. you two are on vacation, this
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week and we have corey lewandowski come up mike huckabee, and i am going to take place in a hot dog eating contest. >> i've a question, what you put on your hotdog? >> mustard and a little catch-up. >> bill: fox news alert, and others were coming that former national security advisor susan rice had to testify under oath about allegations of unmasking of names and intel reports. rice has been under fire for her alleged role in revealing the name to trump associates during the election. for her part, she's done nothing wrong. more on this in a few moments inside a "america's newsroom." another alert now on a friday morning, the breaking development over president trump's top priorities, number one the travel ban limiting trade to the u.s. from six muslim majorities is no effect. how will that affect us?

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