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[national anthem] >> one of the first interview since becoming the white house communications your comment anthony scaramucci spoke about the needs of the white house to get its message out to the heartland. >> we want to enjoy the things we promised you, good businesspeople will deliver on promises and try to make the system better. >> anthony, people are saying he's a street fighter. he's also self-made businessmen come a true american success story. >> the president will not ultimately be judged by one staffer in his administration. americans will judge him based on the teammate their lives better and does he make their lives easier.
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president trump is a man of his word. he is a man of action and thanks to president donald trump, america is back in the world knows it. >> uss gerald ford, the largest and most expensive aircraft ever built was commissioned by the president today in a stunning ceremony and north folk virginia. >> americans steel and american hands had constructed a 100-ton message to the world. america's site is second to none. ♪ abby: i love this song. pete: what is this? abby: this is a great one. we are going to be staying on
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this couch for the next four hours. i woke up an hour ago. this is never happen to me on the show. a full nights sleep, which is a nice thing, but my backup alarm went off an hour ago. that is the worst. train to what is happening to me sometime over the years. what that teaches you is now you are capable of the extra hours sleep. tonight you are just going to not get up that extra hour. abby: no, no, that's not going to fly. train for my birthday is new year's eve and new year's day i had friends over. the key is no one is watching and new year's day. so that was the beauty of it. pete: welcome, everyone. welcome to "fox and friends." kellyanne conway little while, but in the white house communications director is out there making the rounds, doing some interviews.
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clayton: he's going to be talking on some shows today as well as putting the focus on the agenda, specifically the border wall. this is what he had to say. >> i know the president has in his budget. i know this is one of his campaign promises that he is on miss a lot to keep. we have a list of campaign promises up on steve bennett's wall and we are going right through those campaign promises so we can tell the american people that we are citizen politicians or citizen public servants. we are not career politicians or establishment players that want to sit in washington and milk the system. what we want to do is hear the things we promised you and like good business people who will deliver on its promises and tried and make the system better. the wall is at the top of the list for the president and i can assure you it's going to get done.
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abby: i love that. steve denning has a wall -- i guess they list all the wall in his office and a check of things they promised along the way during the campaign and since then things that are getting done. >> is there any other barometer you want from someone you like? you want something you like them and they do it they say as opposed to doing whatever washington wants. there literally is a list, in fact two of them. you can see checkmarks that they have done it or haven't done it. certainly the border wall. >> they could choose to attend the white house commissary. >> is your favorite guilty pleasure. meanwhile, kellyanne conway will be at 830 this morning. how much of a kidney rely on congress to get done? so many executive orders with energy regulations and things like that, it would be amazing to see the list and how my checkmarks have some nothing to do with the congress.
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>> he spoke about that in his new role and how important is to get the message and better particularly when it comes to congress. we haven't done the best job we can and now you've got to get tax reform done. he actually talks about his role been able to communicate. i want to talk about this, how it is good for the country. >> washington is very partisan and trump will be unusually busy this august because they are staking him to things done in health care. what if they try to do that. you wouldn't know it if you look at the coverage of what people were actually talking about. it wasn't about the agenda, the border wall. it was about tweets. >> people were saying a lot of people didn't know who he was. once you get elevated to this position may say who is this guy?
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"wall street journal" with who is anthony scaramucci. people go to his twitter stream the other day and started noticing tweets were disappearing. once i can integrate some of the next minute deleted, something he said in the past about president trump, then campaign, then candidate trump in different positions on gun control. they just started -- >> or a transparent, which i can also say that's refreshing. he responded yesterday, he said total transparency, deleting old tweets and shouldn't be a distraction and that is all that matters. that did not fly with many in the mainstream media. pete: that's right. here's a couple headlines yesterday. they read anthony scaramucci's old tweets build you understand he deleted them. he said ozma trump and then says he's being transparent. things do that forever on the internet.
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that's true. abby: have you ever deleted a tree before? i have. or said something you wish you could have said differently or done something you could've handled differently. i want to be the most productive i can be in this new role and i admire that. the media should also say how many times a day have to retract a story or change it because they made some sort of mistake? tree into a pattern appeared on a different mind of it. everyone has these different tweets. easily done, that's fine. my views evolved, great. why do they have to back and delete them? >> you can understand the impulse. i said the president. the president has an agenda. he had different views on guns and climate change. get rid of it. i know a server that will be the focus. it does live forever.
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they will be that no matter what. >> hyperventilating royces look at his tweets. that's not what matters. get the job done. >> you people on different sides of this point of view. he deletes personal tweets and then he says this. hillary deleted 30,000 e-mails on the legal server, let's nominate her for the president of the united states. interesting irony or in the importance maybe a past week to disagree with 30,000 e-mails that put this country in danger. >> i think you call more attention when you start believing it. clayton: at the better argument, things that matter versus things that don't matter. he knows you deleted. >> this is what the media wants spent his weekend. they also spend their time talking about pardons and whether the president will go
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unnamed pardoning tirade. watch. >> this new question tonight, could the president pardon himself or his family. >> the new press secretary seems to leave the door open. >> departing from the first place speaks to a guilty conference on trade and conscience. >> i hear the television lights at night same people who are and if you don't ask about the power of the party. pete: well come a continued in print as well. years of headlines yesterday about pardoning. he has complete power to pardon. political magazine says yes, and trump could pardon himself and then all with recluse. why this coverage and why these headlines? the president treated this, while i'll agree they have complete power to pardon, why think of that would only cram so far as leaks against us.
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fake news. the thing is it is the hyperventilation about the fact that because he treated this one thing, you must be looking to pardon himself. and they go and breathlessly about pardons and come breathlessly about pardon, pardon, pardon without any evidence. it's a president trump has a laser pointer. >> same thing with the leaks. what is that even mean? abby: leaves people confused and a lot of people say president trump means to keep dreaming. they write that he has the voice. the other side is that leaves people little confused as to what is behind it. is there more behind that we need to be aware of? if there are leaks, they would look more into it. pete: i don't think the american people are confused. the liberal media like to take things literally what i want to figuratively when they don't
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want to judge the topics and hyperventilates because they want to find something to talk about, usually focuses on themselves. when a president transpersonal lawyers had said trans private legal team is not looking into the question of what the president can pardon himself. jay sekulow reported that. it seems as we are not looking to sell pardon but they immediately go there as if that's what they're talking about. clayton: wheelock kellyanne conway about that when she comes on the show. translate other followings we are following. the people including two children dead inside an 18-wheeler. in the parking lot of wal-mart. calling it a human trafficking crime. 38 other likely illegal immigrants were passed inside the sweltering trailer. it had no air conditioning. a wal-mart employee after someone from inside approached him, begging for water. ice is investigating where the
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struggle came from. the driver now in police custody. the key witness that resulted in the death of a bright to be in minneapolis has come forward in the person could have video of part of the incident. the witness was two officers giving medical assistance. she called 9-1-1 to report a possible crime. present tense commission gerald ford: the super carrier a symbol of american power. >> american steel in american hands have construct did a 100,000-ton message to the world. america might be second to none. america is coming in america is coming strong. >> 13 billion-dollar nuclear power for word testing before
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it's deployed. >> very cool. >> americans do. >> 100,000 tons? unreal. >> coming up, how dangerous are leaks to the media happening more and more? a chance to get the later vices, our next guest was some of the dangerous terrorists around. he says leaks are crossing the line. clayton: democrats have been mourning for months after eloquent in us. they are trying to forgive friends who voted for trump. after this. phone with our allstate agent, and i know that we have accident forgiveness. so the incredibly minor accident that i had tonight- four weeks without the car. okay, yup. good night. with accident forgiveness your rates won't go up just because of an accident.
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>> i believe otherwise, but going after him -- [inaudible] we are trying to track him pretty closely because he's declared war on us. abby: general james mattis saying generalize this leader is alive and this comes as the central ops commander says they were close to nabbing the terror leader, but went dead because the media report. >> it was a very good lead. unfortunately, as leaked in a prominent national newspaper week later that he was dead. the jobs we have in terms of where and how are tactics are discussed openly. a great need to inform the american public about what we are up to. also great news to recognize things that will undercut our ability to do her job. >> former special ops and author of the book strong warrior inside account of a hunt for america's most dangerous enemies.
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brett l. coleridge. thanks again. welcome back to the show. how these major media outlet and mike pompeius landed near times for outing a cia officer commander thomas talking to run catherine herridge, have they crossed the line in this information? >> absolutely. definitely at this time. a lot of times they don't realize that their words can kill. a lot of times, some of these news outlets don't understand the implication these things have towards national security. in this particular case, the so-called commander was speaking to an article that was written in 2015 that reference the raid that took place and revealed information about our capabilities. capabilities that quite frankly we need to protect more and more of the threats we face in america. we've got to be careful with this. we've got to do something to stop these weeks coming from
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news outlets that have complete disregard for national security. >> one of the main leaders of isis have a lot of information from health of his wife and potentially from news organization because of information lake. he was then let go. what is the right balance for the media? you or someone on the other side of know how important is to keep these things secret. what is your message today in getting the balance right? >> there is a fine line between reporting the news and informing the public and revealing our capability and a war fighter. it is difficult because someone like me, i come from the secret world and every single time i write something that i worked on before, i sent it to that security review in one of the things interesting about the 2015 article i saw a response to president trump street that basically said coming up, the pentagon had no problem on this
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story. that cannot be true. if the pentagon had seen things written the story they would've had a field day. when i submit stories i did this last week. they redacted simply make it feel as comfortable as a public space and that's my obligation. i'll be doing that the rest of my life. i'll look like these major newspapers don't have to do that and that's a problem. they don't have to submit information to the security review. they need to realize that words can kill. it can hurt the war fighter and they need to have responsibility to not put this stuff out in the public space. >> a big piece of this in the leaks coming to. abby: thank you, brad. great message. what is next for o.j. simpson? could it be reality television? would his attorney told arab judge jeanine.
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trade campus democrats have a new slogan. better skills, better jobs, better wages. sound familiar? >> or ingredients, better pizza, papa john's. pete: did the democrats steal from papa john's? we will ask the director of it communications. twitter seems to think so. ighte. tampax pearl and pocket pearl for on the go. ♪ ♪you are loved ♪
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a test of the system know is that they insist on the successful earlier. clayton. clayton: thank you ip. democrats set to unveil a new slogan tomorrow. a better deal, better skills, better jobs, better wages. that will help them focus on the economy that is being compared to another famous slogan from television. >> better ingredients can i better pizza, papa john's. abby: can democrats turn into a winning message? >> let's ask director of strategic communications or hillary clinton, adrian elrod. thank you for joining us. this new slogan to a better deal, better skills, better jobs, better wages, maybe better pizza, too. we're not sure. would he make of it? >> and 10 democrats talk about jobs is a good thing. this is chuck schumer and the economic agenda moving forward. not necessarily an overall theme or overall slogan if you will
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for the entire party. as they continue to take shape, part of what the party has said all along is a need to have a forward thinking positive message relaying out. the unveiling is a important spot. >> here is something interesting chuck schumer said about the election. i don't know that hillary is on board with this. when you lose to somebody who has 40% come you don't blame others, james comey, russia, et cetera could you blame yourself. people didn't know what we stood for. just that we were against trump and i still believe that. hillary the other day really lost on her way to winning and the james comey letter turned the tide. chuck schumer going after hillary clinton and matt. >> there's a lot of self reflection among many democrats to start the rebuilding process in the party. hillary clinton did have a
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positive message to break through the noise then we had our primary opponent to eating constantly and all the other factors that played into the campaign. again, we are moving forward. chuck schumer is right we need to have a positive message in way of framing it that we will see what this is all about. >> you mention the noise. you think democrats are partly to blame for the noise that we see oftentimes been talked about in the media when it comes to russia and president trump treat that it is valid. a lot of it adds to the noise you are speaking to. the democrats are to blame. >> again, many americans -- millions of americans want to get to the bottom of the situation and figure out collision, not collision. at the same time, i am one of the democrats who does believe we've got to move forward as a party in the country and put out a forward looking vision.
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this is what this plan is all about tomorrow and a broad chuck schumer spending his time on it is important to know he's unveiling his plan in virginia. he's a republican that is a top-tier target for democrats. also important. >> better skills, better jobs, better wages. does this mean there will be some common ground? >> would not be great? i'd love to see that. they made it clear he's going to come to the table and work with republicans on a number of issues. pete: thankfully the wages and jobs are already going up and coming back. you got two of the three on the slogan knocked out already. i appreciate it. thanks, adrian. next on the show come or supporters grieving for eight long months but they still aren't ready to forgive friends who voted for trump could wait
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♪ abby: this desire second stop of the morning. my friend and are very close friend in this touching photo. others senator john mccain. thank you offer the best wishes. pete: i saw this yesterday and i just stared at it for like two minutes. i couldn't believe he or he is brain surgery this past week. the 80-year-old war veteran was diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer last week. abby: very much her father's daughter. you see that they are. we know her well. she's a fighter and someone to look at through to her family. we all know her dad's a fighter. >> megyn mccain is fantastic.
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i've known senator mccain for years. he's a good man. we thought for the iraq surge. he didn't know me from out of and he brought them to say let's fight for something. he did it against the political winds. >> he didn't care much about the political winds. that's was impressive about him. he's the type of guy that can bring people together from both sides of the aisle, which is rare in divisive politics right now. a pew research poll was sunk her teeth into this fund because it's pretty interesting shows that half of liberal democrats revealed they had a friendship with someone who might've voted for trout. they know it and it be incredibly difficult to continue to remain friends. abby: 47% of liberals to attract support with strange relationship. compare that to 13% of gop leaders who say hillary voter would strain that perspective. put that in perspective. it's easier when you win.
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if you want to talk rationally about politics and why we are where we are, by president trump on the election. you've got to have people that voted for president trump to understand where they come from. that's been helpful for us as we travel the country. you've allowed people in the mainstream media does it in their and never leave or they go to dinner with the new york elite friends made no sense of what's going on in the country. trade to tell me the real tolerant ones in that equation. i'll tolerate a few cruise the 50% of the time for conservatives say i can be friends with a liberal. he can tolerate my abuse, i'll tolerate yours. liberals don't tolerate it as long as you agree with me. abby: conditional love. pete: i found that the case to be relatively subtle. liberals had the like militant about it so often.
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you must be a racist. your bigoted, comments unicode. he's got more so with reaction to president trump. abby: i talked to parents is a very young kids in elementary school often times get a leg if they say anything about their parents voted for trump. we want to ask you this morning, how do you feel about this? i don't even know the right question here. should we be willing to live in this world? pete: if you lost liberal friend because -- >> a lot of people wrote in that i can't talk to my brother-in-law anymore. they can't talk to my friend across the street anywhere. already bernie sanders side. let us your thoughts on that. fred@fox news. abby: or on facebook, et cetera, et cetera. we will meet them later in the show. listen to this reality television. but o.j. simpson walks free,
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many believe he will return to the public spotlight after serving eight years for armed robbery and kidnapping. his lawyer with judge jeanine last night. here's what he said. >> i predict he's going to play golf and spend time with his family. i heard a million things about reality show. everyone wants good idea to make $50 million, due six months of work. they are out there as ideas in none of them are being negotiated, not heard from at this time. >> you don't want to miss geraldo rivera, special release tonight. this ice is terrified of the perfect disguise. makeup check, headscarf, check, razor? not so much. full makeup and facial hair trying to escape mobile. the iraqi army releasing a slew
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of pictures of men in padded bras. pete: that's exactly what we need. abby: do enjoy it winning and dining? upstate new york with one alcoholic drink spotted with their kids. an effort to prevent drinking and driving with kids in their car. >> we believe in it that much were you just politely explained and then i explained it ahead of time. >> having multiple drinks is not against the law. restaurants for customers to leave. pete: ways the restaurant during the government not telling you to do it? their policy. you can go there to eat or not. abby: let us know your thoughts. kid rock showing the first campaign tree, taking aim at chuck schumer.
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these months the singer with this photo. dinner at my house. what do you think, schumer? kid rock recently announcing his run for senate against his opponent debbie stevan now. pete: do you think she would be ready for that? buddhist abbot now been spoonfed by schumer? imagine being a political consultant. >> don't laugh at this. we are laughing at donald trump and now look at this. abby: rick wright said he could run for office. [laughter] >> that's a good hearty laugh. >> that is very funny. i don't think so. yesterday we were at 85 degrees in kansas city. 73 today. cooler air is still going to be hot, but better across with big storms last night.
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wins over 60 miles an hour. 100,000 people without power. it will go a little bit towards this out yet more shower to the across parts of the southeast. along with that, temperatures will come down as well. any severe weather we have across parts of the ohio valley could be taking some large hail and damaging winds. the heat advisory still in effect. in terms again, not as bad as it was yesterday, which is good news. what was that face, clayton? clayton: just looking at it for a good nothing good can come of that. >> hang out in the mall. i don't know. we are trying to find someplace to go yesterday. where can they go? definitely not outside. >> take me to build a bear. coming up on the show, protests
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looking here. abby: likely no one else was hurt. this dramatic moment caught on camera. a customer at a starbucks beating down an armed robber. the suspect pulled out a knife in fresno, california before he finger his head after being wrestled to the ground. the robber tried to say he was the big time. police arrested him anyway. headlines -- thank you, abby. chaos in minneapolis as protesters called for betsy hodges resignation. [inaudible] pete: protests erupted after the police chief will be stepping down after a controversial cop shooting. it may be to blame for all of it. joining us now is a contributor for the and author of the blog minnesota conservatives, john gilmore. thanks for joining us this
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morning. >> thank you for having me. pete: ukiah. a lot of people see this as mayor hodges and that's all they see. unpack the situation in minneapolis right now for us. >> well, there's a lot going on to be candid. what you are seen as a protest thinking of mayor hodges says the culmination of identity politics in minneapolis. the only kind of politics and so you have various competing factions from that used to insist they the most oppressed and they vie for supremacy as you know, in minnesota we have the democrat farmer labor, the title would give democrat. the people through the public of minnesota. it's become something of a national, international embarrassment. the unfortunate and tragic death of jesse and demand high stress
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minneapolis into the headlines. it's not a good look, not acquitted itself well. although you can come down hard on mayor hodges if you like, and i think both the cause and the effect. and now the logical endpoint of what we've seen over the last decade by the democrats moving increasingly to the left. these aren't not your father or mother's democrats or liberals. in fact, they are not the same democrat defined in rural minnesota. twin cities liberals -- twin cities democrats, especially minneapolis are on the far left. >> is that democrats problem, democrats fault for this problem arrested in minneapolis? can you squarely say it's all the democrats fault? >> now, i don't think you can never say it's all one group's fault. do you mean the recent shooting?
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public school test scores, public safety, fear of safety in downtown minneapolis? there's a lot wrong with minneapolis sorry to say. pete: absolutely. it looks like the outside from lawlessness. protesters sitting around blocking traffic your police not doing much without it. is all this about black lives matter, as the mayor vowed to not in the same state of the city address. he talked about identity politics. do you have to be lied to make tough calls in tough situations? >> i would do the most sustained answer for what you are seeing. betsy hodges is from everything i hear a very nice woman. she follows me on twitter. but incompetent in dealing with the real demand, which at times requires you to stand up to your own constituents are your own voting bloc when they go off the
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rails. as a result she's buffeted around by any number of forces. >> we encourage the mayor asked the police chief to resign, without encouraging for you? >> the bar of expectations in minnesota is very low for republicans or conservatives. not quite the same thing here. i didn't see any particular sign of encouragement. the chief of police pretty much had to go and so there is no real surprise when betsy hodges made a virtue out of necessity. trade too interesting. in minneapolis, trump supporters accosted at a rally in nothing done not at all. a lot of one-sided politics. thank you. >> thank you for having me. pete: still ahead, the man who put the flags that did it to honor our troops. he'll join us live next. clayton: david bossie, kellyanne conway and judge alex there are is here.
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pete: old were destroyed. flags hung on overpasses destroyed a police still looking for the people. abby: join us live this morning, good to have you with us. >> thank you. abby: paul, you have members of your family said the surge.
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think about the men and women who sacrificed much of what they do for our own freedom. to remind us of those of the mosca metellus what those of thomas, tell us what you want to do this and what happened. >> you know, we are at a point in time for your divided as opposed to united. we want to say to people, the american flag embodies all the sacrifices millions of americans have made the need to think about being america's first to honoring the people serving out honor those who sacrificed and their families because it's everybody around those individuals. abby: you and others are putting aside the overpasses and some are being destroyed. you have any sense of who's doing it and why they are doing it rushing mark >> gee, that's a great question. in this last episode, someone drove to five different overpasses destroyed at least two flags on each of the overpasses.
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it's confusing how someone could get on the highway, do that five repetitive times and then have the same anger. i don't know how you grab a flag and it from the location, especially the american flag without some sort of overriding the emotional purpose. abby: by thoughtful. total loss of patriotism that we need more today. tanks to people like you, you've got an uncle and you've got not adapted to serve the country and many others in your community. what if people told you about the flags? >> well, probably the best response to get his vote would put them up in them and take them down, cars driving by their horns. stick their hands out the windows and put their thumbs out. it gives you hope. when we started doing it and we didn't know what we were doing. once a built supplement the income you can imagine the overpass and having americans
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respond favorably to the concept of the flag and as part of the message to be united as americans. pete: you are right. the five should be a uniter. we should share it common. why is it by some now seen as a political statement? say the pledge of allegiance is a political statement. why are we touched in that direction? >> that's a good question. for us that doesn't impact what we do. we wanted to the flags back up for veterans day for the exact reason why the flags are important. political statement, it's the american flag. if the version of the flag would fly now has been around really since the 1700. it represents all the hard eight, all the pain, the english that millions of lives, families who have been devastated.
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it is not political at all. abby: paul, thank you for doing that. we hope the vandals get caught. >> my pleasure. again come united we stand. >> united we stand indeed. more "fox and friends" on the other side of the break. ♪ ♪got what you want... ♪...i got what you need. ♪i'll be your i'll, i'll... sarah? clean enough.
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steve knight president trump is a man of his word and action. thanks to donald trump, america is back in the world knows that. [applause] >> uss gerald ford, the largest and most expressive aircraft ever built was commissioned by the president today in a signing ceremony in norfolk, virginia. >> americans feel in american hands have a 100,000-ton message to the world. america might a second to none. ♪ come on and take a free ride that is not ♪ pete: that is jimmy carter. his summer vacation, rented an rv. i've been trying to convince my
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wife to get an rv. why would buy one when you can write one for a week? we know originally from 90210, but she is obsessed with rvs, apparently. she had one at her wedding. she would be here convincing you to rent or buy. pete: first of all, camping is outstanding. i was camping last weekend. it didn't need to be that way. it is like "glamping." in an rv, it is "glamping." pete: good sunday morning to you. i am heartened to learn that pete is a fan of 9021 now. abby: he watched the first and the second. abby: my sister made me watch it. that's what they all say.
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pete: good morning, everyone. kellyanne conway going to be in the show a little bit later. we want to get her take on the new communications team. anthony scaramucci announced just before the weekend. he is right they are talking the new tone taken in the white house. he has a tweet yesterday, just to start out the new approach he's taking. we'll put it up on the screen. the politics of got you are over. i have a thick skin and we are moving on to the potus agenda serving the american people. i'm not going to play by your fakeness games. we'll come out with what we want to talk about. abby: he did an interview yesterday and talked new direction and focusing on the agenda, but also hitting back of the so-called fakeness we talk about on the show. here's what he said. >> i do not bestow the press release yesterday that the communications are. his comment was we are having a rough time with the mainstream media, but the good news is that people see through it. my goal is to continue to
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penetrate through that shall. over time to be candid, give a fresh start and do something to de-escalate and elements of the media bias and see if we can get a little bit more object davidian a little more fairness in the system. you can look at it objectively and see that it is unfair right now. >> you will be interesting to see how different the direction is from sean spicer's direction. >> he was very combative when it came to the media. scarab but she is not going to do daily press briefings. we will see a number of shows today, for example. we will see him not talking often about what it going on behind the scenes at the white house. he's very well spoken. part of the reason he picked it was to be sort of this new chapter for the white house. we will see how this changes things. pete: call me a little skeptical
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about the ability to de-escalate, the lobotomies in the mainstream media. they are going to go left to matter why. we will see. your point is well taken. can it change how they react are they going to run with russia? we saw it on friday. when they asked him about his positions in 2015 when he called the president then candidate or even pre-candidate a hack, a political hack. as the president giving you dirt about that? he says yes, he gives it to me every day. i don't want to say got a question, but it kind of was. he's on the record for having called him a hack. it's a fair question, but also they got your question. he's been a trump supporter for quite some time now. >> so he handled it really well. that is a new era. abby: how to respond to that? if you're trying to say you said terrible things, yeah, i did.
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the president reminds me of that everyday. if you're an immediacy, how do you respond back? >> call me a little bit cynical about the western media at this point that they can revise the reputation of the things fairly. these are leftists in newsrooms who will do anything they can to take on somebody they see as republican an adversary. the right approach will help, but we shouldn't have -- >> they like to jump on things before we have all the facts. it would never happen today. but one of the most recent moments was about president trump pardoning people. i guess he treated something about that in the mainstream media caught nuts about it. >> this new question today, could the president pardon himself or his family? >> the presidents' day press secretary seems to leave the door open. >> doubletalk apart in the first
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way speaks to a guilty conscience be the one to be parted forward. >> aired a television lawyer say people who are innocent don't ask about the power of the party. trade to what are they talking about? he threw this out there on twitter. for several one went crazy. only agree the president has the power to pardon, why think of that with only the crime so far as leaks against a? fake news. >> delis infesting about pardon thing i do have the power. barack obama pardoned a bunch of people. conservatives didn't like to see it. no one is questioning authority. he says that it may jump to the fact he's a part of himself. abby: that's the problem with 47 characters of tweets. if you say something like that, you only have so much room to help people understand where you come from and allow the
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mainstream media to go wild with it. the headlines from the ap. >> this is his lawyer actually. the headlines have been with the pardon himself, will he use that power for himself? the president's lawyers privately came out and sent him publicly, did clarify that's not the reason for this. you mentioned the media. they seize on it, like cats on laser pointers. zero my goodness, we have to take it literally. >> let's take it literally. only all agree the president has the power to pardon, why think about when he went so far as leaks against us. why would we pardon people who've been making against us? why is everybody talking about me using a pardon to pardon people colluding with russia. that didn't happen. the real thing that happened here is leaking of confidential or sensitive information.
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take a little bit of interpretation sometimes to understand what the president means an immediate never does that. they go straight to the literal or figurative approach. if you have half a brain and understand what the president thinks them you understand exactly what the same. if the media is obsessed over every idiosyncrasy that they want to find something wrong. >> democrats trying to figure out a way forward. the elections the past year or so, they've got to figure out how to move forward. the new attempt is a rebranding to unveil this new slogan. here's what it is. a better deal. the same time chuck schumer seems to point the finger at hillary clinton inter-election excuses. i actually find this refreshing when you can have someone leading the party, whether republican or democrat say look, here's what we got wrong. he says when you lose to somebody was 40% popularity, you don't lay mother think they call me, russia, you claim yourself.
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people didn't know what they stood for. pete: let's go back to the slogan a better deal, better jobs, better wages, better future. that's the slogan is tomorrow. the former director of strategic communications, doesn't look like it's look like at the broader democratic message, but part of the economic message is set to unveil tomorrow. they need to turn the page. let's listen to her. >> first of all, any time democrats talking about jobs. as it continues to take shape, part of what many of us have settle on is we need to have a forward again positive message we are laying out your tomorrow's unveiling is an important first step in the process. >> jobs, wages, higher skills. that sounds awfully similar to what we've heard from president trump and what he campaigned on.
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pete: imitation is the best form of flattery. bringing american jobs back, he ran on wages going up for everyone, which they are to have been doing. focusing on skills that matter. >> i asked her, do you think -- this sounds like a plan. are democrats going to get on board with this and walk across the aisle together on this? it would be great to see if they can do that. >> you guys tell me what democrats are out there talking about because all he ever hear when i turn on the channel is russia or donald trump's tweets. i don't hear a lot about the messaging. >> is united against repealing and replacing obamacare that a united front. not one person across the aisle deciding who that is against health care. you can put lipstick on a. >> still the resistance. she was great.
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she did a nice job. use it almost like every turn of phrase or the resistance is still what coheres them. is there a plan to raise taxes, to use more regulation? president trump if you want to bring jobs back, they are doing now. what is their alternative? >> it's going to be really tough. the wage goes up and if that's the case, it's really hard when you're a democrat and things are improving. >> liberty seen some of that in the special elections. coming up on the show, the white house communications director now saying it will happen. our next guest says that it's a good thing for the u.s. and mexico. he will explain his point. plus, looking for a new home. a bed in the bathroom and it used to be owned by russian
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>> care of the things we promised he appeared as good as his people, we will deliver on its promises and try and make the system better. so, but wallace at the top of the list for the president. i can assure you that it's going to get done. >> white house communications director sure and they will make good on one of the signature campaign promises building the
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wall. the travis kalanick advisory council member at fox news contributor steve cortez. nice to see you this morning. >> clayton, thanks for having me. you are friends of anthony scaramucci. you know him well. building the border wall is on steve bannon's whiteboard is one of the top achievements the white house wants to accomplish. you totally believe him on that? >> i certainly do. one of the reason i believe him if i.t. is a can-do person. it's an entrepreneur. he's built companies as the president has another president will build a wall. it is a promise kept for one thing which is incredibly important. if you're in the campaign, they worked hard to get the president-elect did. one of the things that actually -- not one of him one of them, the thing that got the loudest applause from his rallies was talking about holding the wall. it's not because it's anti-mexico or because it's anti-immigrant. as a matter of fact, i would
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argue the opposite. getting control of our border which has been far too lawless and far too open for far too long make sensible economic policy, and reinforces legal lawful orderly immigration. >> you know democrats of course have an anti-wall from the beginning. some on the right has been saying this has not been moving quickly enough and republicans have been criticizing the president criticizing the president further progress -- the lack of progress on the border wall. how do you deal with that if you're in the white house? >> will, nothing moves quickly enough. a lot of us on trump up and frustrated with the pace of change. however, it is happening. there's some prototypes built. full construction will commence next year. it is going to have been. it's not mexico because mexico often good fences make for good neighbors. guess who else has a problem on
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their southern border? mexico does an largely because migrants are coming all the way through mexico at the end goal coming to the united states. the sooner we get full control of our border, the sooner mexico doesn't have such a problem on its southern border. what i find amazing is before the wall just construct did, that this president has largely gained control of our southern border. i stole this illegal crossings are down as much as 70% year-over-year and that's just better enforcement very clear eyed rhetoric about our seriousness about the issue. clayton: and our take on the next story which is the same topic. we've learned according to internal memo by reuters that teenagers will be targeted to 16 and 17-year-olds across the border a teenage gang members. we could do this next week. what is going on here? >> the important part is it's not as though we are going to playgrounds looking for legal
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immigrant children and pulling them off the swing set. that is not what is happening here. dangerous people, members of transnational gangs like msn 13 -- ms-13. here's the important principle. if you are not allowed to be in the first place and on top of that are dangerous, you've committed crimes or you are a known gang member, you need to be done yesterday. we had to put the safety and security of our citizens, whether legal immigrants and nativeborn, safety and security of our citizens have come first. i'm so proud donald trump has quickly enforced and begin immediate need. he's taken the shackles off of vices to do it effectively. train to steve cortez cabal appreciate you joining us. thanks. prince william and harry opening up about the final phone call of their mom, princess diana. stunning regret i had. she just got promoted to white
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and the number of vehicles. and a lot of folks in that trailer. >> ice is investigating where it came from. the driver is in custody. the trump administration reportedly interviewing those rights can do need to celebrate untruths around between israelis and palestinians. israeli reports say the president senator richard kushner leading talks to calm the tension over security metal detectors and stalled at the holy site considering one of the most important in the world. the palestinian president cutting off all ties with israel and what i would say prudent security measures. abby coming down to you. >> sarah huckabee standards promoted to white house press
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secretary contributor for the "washington post" with dsi appointment of sarah huckabee standards as a feminist milestone. tequila hughes saying if you like sarah huckabee standards left and right eye switch places or something. the conservative millennial. thanks for being here. every woman lady mobster on the cruise ship. these are cruel and personal attacks. you think about the struggles women have gone through. especially in arguably one of the toughest jobs you can have his press secretary. shouldn't we see them supporting all women? be my guest. a woman serving as the third female press secretary. she's made a career decision not
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only to break the glass ceiling if you want to call it that, but in a man's world. shouldn't she be allocated for that and empowerment inclusion and equality. tommy were demeaning to women for a career choice fits into that philosophy. >> i didn't see anyone demeaning her for her career choice. >> i don't agree that there should be personal attacks about her appearance. nobody should be doing that and i don't think you can save the last two are doing that when you take a comment from a random comedian. there's a difference between a woman in a position of high visibility as she is a river in a position power as she arguably is in being a woman who is seen as doing right by other women. sarah huckabee standards stands up -- >> that's your definition. >> excuse me.
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i'm on the podium by someone who is defending a president who's been a serial harasser who has misogynistic attacks every single day, who makes demeaning comments about leaders. that's not something to be proud of. >> it is not the point here. the point of the conversation is supporting women. it seems like you don't agree with the woman politically. you can sit and attack her when i'm just making the point that as women, as is often times difficult, which is stand up regardless whether republican or democrat and support that woman. >> absolutely. with that logic, you are saying angry employee or anyone is morally culpable for his decision to not simply not true. what you have is a woman who's made a career choice not just high visibility, but also influencing power. she's making a feminist milestone whether you like it or
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not. feminism is either empowerment for equality rights not. feminism is what you described, which is not really feminism at all. >> is this the way the right stood by hillary clinton? it's incredibly ironic argument we just had the first potentially female president and the right attacked her ruthlessly. >> i'm so glad you brought that up. tranter we have to leave it right there. we should find a way to support all women regardless of political affiliation. thank you so much for being with us. >> have a great sunday. pete: coming up, one restaurant limiting parents with kids to one alcoholic drink only. is that a good idea? staring out the wait has been no come is he looking ahead to 2020? you will hear from the former vice president. you may remember her driving convertibles as kelly taylor on
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/ ♪ everybody wants to be closer to free. trained to look at the story. we've been talking about this nonstop. a restaurant in clifton park new york has been taking the has been taken a dramatic move so that you come to a restaurant and have kids that you come you are only allowed to be served wondering why our servers. not anymore. abby: if they don't comply, they kicked him out of the restaurant. trey joubert asked to leave. abby: we've been talking to each other over the commercial break. oftentimes i'll go out with friends that her parents and one will drink and the other was angling to make sure i could drive home and take care of the kids. i wonder if it's for both parents. now that i'm about to become one, i feel that parents don't want to be told how to parent. they don't want to be told what's right or wrong.
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trade you made a good point earlier, pete, if the government is not the one telling them. we are to have rules on the road as to what the legal limit for driving this. as long as the government is not coming and telling them they can or cannot do it. on the legal side of it, can't even stand by this? under the law in new york they can't deny entry to a pregnant woman. if a pregnant woman wants a drink, they can't legally deny her. trade to an individual can make the wrong call. you might find out after you go there you want to have a bunch of drinks. kids induced drinking as you all know. abby: what am i in for? trent do they say can i have less line at the end of today. i think we should go back to the time or restaurants get to choose whether it's smoking or not. as opposed to the government telling you can or cannot do
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that. >> is a different between the size of alcohols. three drinks are not equal. three beers versus three shots of tequila. abby: we have been debating this all morning. do you think it's okay if you want a restaurant, can you say you can only have one drink if you're sitting there with your kids or do you think that is overstepping the bounds? we want to hear from you. clayton: turning to the 20th year. princess diana's year. princess diana sudser share the most intimate memories in a brand-new documentary including the final phone call with their beloved mom. >> probably a little bit too raw up until this point it is still raw. >> i'm very grateful -- [inaudible] still feels bad. >> either she was on the other side of the room.
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trent did a documentary called our mother, the life and legacy will air on hbo tomorrow. joe biden still refusing a possible presidential 2020 run. >> it is against the democratic congress. [cheers and applause] pete: by declined to run in 2016 after the tragic death of his son. he's not ruling it out for now. the home of russian spies who inspired to show the american is now up for sale. >> pretending to be other people. >> it's really hard. trade to if you are not watching that show come you don't know what you're missing. the master planning to renovate his new jersey home and sold for $700,000. under the fake names richard and cynthia murphy once would've been home before being arrested with eight other russian spies in 2010. does your headlines.
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are you a fan of the americans, right? >> i've never seen it. i love that kind of show. everyone says it's amazing. >> one of these sunday afternoons after the show. everybody wondering what today is like david had a lot of rain, a lot of heat. the heat is subsided a little bit. it is still solidly july. these temperatures are about eight to 10 degrees below where you were yesterday. you will notice by tomorrow the high point of building back up. one-to-one in rapid city. your city across parts of the mid-atlantic. we will still see some more showers you may be some severe weather in the day as well with the dark hours tonight. the southeast as well. we watch a few more strings go in as the humidity goes out. that does mean that temperatures come down. >> sounds like a nice road trip. >> it is time.
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pete: it's july, it's hot, that means it's time for vacation. what better way to travel than an rv. abby: one of our famous friend is an example of that. you may remember her as kelly taylor. pete: actually a bigger friend of winnebago. she joins us now. abby: there she is. >> how are you? >> look a spacious vistas. this is a mini winning. it's so easy to drive to the home on wheels. you have everything you need. pete: how did you become an rv person? >> i'm thrilled to be the ambassador because i loved rvs. i was a little girl my mom and dad and all my sisters. now i take our girls rving. it may seem crazy, but we get along better in small spaces. we are written here.
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there's no phones and electronics. we are just playing cards, bike riding, whatever. it takes all of your creature comforts with you. a whole kitchen. abby:'s got a nice bedroom. you've got everything. >> this goes up so you can drive this thing right down the street. >> this is beautiful. >> three tvs for those who need it. this is called a mini whinny. abby: didn't you get married with rvs, jenny? >> i did. my wedding we had these great vintage campers similar to these. this is a winnebago, which is an rv that you drive. these you can just tell very easily from behind a small car. though we did, we had a more vintage style. we had these at her wedding. our guests got to stay in them.
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>> this is the real ambassador. that's awesome. >> five kids, my parents in a pop-up. >> that's a really small space. >> you can cram a lot of people in them. amazing memories. so important for the families. >> you have check it out. this is beautiful. they would beam inside. >> as you can tell behind a small car. but it is super easy to drive. you would be surprised. even i can tell one of these. >> they've gotten a lot better. they are lighter, easier to tell. >> i love this area. >> that is what is great about rv camping. you get to take all these fun things and set up, barbecuing over here. we have a fire and everyone is playing outside and enjoying nature. >> by the way, these things are
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affordable. about $40,000, but you can also rent them. >> yes, which i have done and it's so convenient. just drop it off when you're done. this one is great. this one has a really cool feature. >> a solar panel here? >> they are all solar panel ready. this one has a murphy bed in it. when you pulled this little thing down, it is actually a full-size bed. i don't know how to do it. >> we believe you. >> the quality is so nice. >> of air-conditioning company run bathroom. >> i went camping with my boys this weekend. we were on a ground in a tent. that wouldn't happen with this. there is no other distractions, cooking together, hanging out together. >> it does family memories. gray tabby with this.
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>> the state of media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. the dishonest media, which has published one false story after another. they just don't want to report the truth. trade to now i do look at just how biased the so-called mainstream media has been in the first six months of trunk presidency. turner is not to analyze is the editor-in-chief of the next media. you are -- it is a very cool concept called nice media. what are the attribute and what things do look at when you're trying to determine bias? >> we look at slant, how logical is the coverage and how accurate is the coverage? well, but the rating based on the sort of things. trade you look at all the news, all the coverage, how they are
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objective, all of that. you come up with a number. we will go right to the numbers at this point. your reading of the coverage in three outlets has a trunk presidency in the first six months. land-based u.s. >> we took the top 25 stores during the first six months of look at coverage from all of the outlet that covered trump and we took an average of all of our rating of that coverage. what we found the ways we rate a lot of different stories. it turned coverage in particular was especially biased. pete: so when you look at these numbers, take what the president calls fraud news network, cnn, what a set number mean? >> 44% of the coverage overall was objective, many of the rest of it was distorted or biased in some way. >> is a linear times 40% from the "washington post," 46. it is confirming what he felt in his gut that most of what is getting is not fair.
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>> we look at objectivity. these are the spin numbers we are looking at. spin the sensationalism, the friend of yours who loves to exaggerate the story. something can be true and factual, but then it can be distorted or spun with emotional or sensational words. pete: the first six months of trunk presidency, when we look again at cnn, what is the number mean? 63% of the time, the time, cnn is being named? >> the language used in their stories have one sort of vagueness, let me give you an example. this is a story from spicer's resignation. this is just two paragraphs. words like const and chaos, fighting, abrupt and angry, warring factions, floundering. these are words that are not measurable, not based on data or facts. they are emotional and they get us riled up, but they're not helping us be more informed.
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trade to if you have an article on trade you can dig through it and calculate how much they may or may not be. >> we have realized analysts. they are doing this everyday on all the news stories than they used the information and plug-in in the formula. trade when the president says fake news, if it's not take its heavily spun in very biased. >> it's an important distinction. a lot of people seem to think are true in our accurate or not. that's fact checking and it's very important. what's more important i think is where the bias, with where is the distortion because something can be a fact distorted and how it's presented to you. >> thank you for being here. >> you can see a lot more of this. pete: got it. the white house looking for a fresh start with a special counsel. the counselor to the president kellyanne conway and david bossie up next. are they taking the box office by storm?
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but the belmont track to gross about 10 million be on the studio's expectations. review it, fox news contributor kevin mccarthy. good morning, kevin. >> good morning to you. an absolute honor to be on this morning. this is one of the most immersive if not the most of the event ever had in a movie theater in my entire life. christopher nolan directed some psycho meant to lend prestige in the dark night, interstellar comments section. this is based on incredible true story of 300,000 allies and soldiers who were rescued and evacuated from the beaches of "dunkirk" during world war ii. 75% of the film was shot on imax cameras. you have to see this movie on the larger screen possible if you concede and 70-millimeter imax. christopher nolan does almost everything in camera with practical effects, real explosions, real spitfire in this movie has the level of an entity i've never in a movie
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before. it's only one hour and 47 minutes because he just drops even to the action menu or experiencing it with the soldiers. hans zimmer's music leads the entire film. absolutely brilliant. the cast is incredible including harry stiles. it is over a three timeline structure, running three different speeds. you have the beach come in the air and you also have deceived. a beaches one weeks worth of time. the air is one our embassy is one day all running at different speeds. it's an absolute masterpiece of the best film of 2017 so far. this film blew my mind and is the reason we go to the cinema. the reason we go to the movies these days. >> he talked about this first opening scene of saving private ryan and liken it to that. >> the whole movie is very intense, like that. it is a five out of five. you can create me@kevin
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and most expensive aircraft ever built was commissioned by the president in a stunning ceremony in norfolk, virginia. >> american steel in american hands has constructed a 100,000- 100,000-ton message to the world world: america might is second to none . [cheers] ♪ send me on my way ♪ send me on my way >> it never gets old. this song is one of those this lasts. >> brought me right back to university of pittsburgh. abby: is that a good thing? pete: i didn't leave my dorm room much my freshman year. we have a jam-packed show today. we'll have a contest. one of the most important things
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you need to do in those first three months is make sure your kid sleeps regularly and the best way to do that is with swaddling. it's critical, right? you've gotta make sure you have a champion who knows how to swaddle. is your husband ready to do this this? abby: i don't even know if he's changed a diaper bef.re pete: coming up, we have a couple of experts. clayton: pete and i are going to have a swaddling contest to see who can do it quickly enough. pete: i have a super-swaddling technique as well that i've not patented yet. abby: my husband jeff is coming in, i think we're doing it at 8:50 this morning, i just want to see how bad he is. you don't want to miss this segment, i promise you. it'll be a good .ne pete: my wife called me a swaddling ni.ja abby: oh, a ninja. high compliment. we also have a lot of politics we want to get into. we want to bring in the trump deputy campaign manager, president of citizens united and former campaign manager for
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trump, david bossie. clayton: can you swaddle? >> i am a swaddling expert, i have four children, and my wife not only expected it, but i enjoyed it a lot. it was a lot of fun. clayton: it is truly -- >> it really is. i miss the days. pete: are you an arm tucker? you tuck the arms underneath? clayton: it feels great, say "i accomplished something." when they sleep it is very, very good. abby: i want to get your thoughts off the top with, you know, this baying shakeup that happened on friday. you have anthony scaramucci stepping in to run the communications team, and he's saying, look, we are ready to fight. as you know, he's got a different approach, he's got a different tone, but he says we're going to go right back to this fake news and start a chew chapter in the white house. how do you think it's going to go? >> i think it's going to get very well. anthony scaramucci is an incredibly smart, smart guy. he's a harvard law guy, built a $100 million business from scratch is and is incredibly
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successful in his own right. you worked with him, you know, minute to minute, during the day during the campaign and during the transition. he is incredibly capable and a terrific defender of this president and his agenda to make america great again. and i think it's exciting that we're going to have a new chapter. i'm good friends with sean spicer, have been for over 20 years, and he's an incredible competent guy. i respect that he gave anthony a clean sheet to be able to build his own team. pete: david, what change do you expect? it's been called the clean slate slate. what will be the pivot, the focus for a communications team led by anthony scaramucci? >> first and foremost i think he's going to push back incredibly hard. as i said he has a degree from harvard law school. it makes him incredibly smart and well versed in the law, and i think it's going to allow him to talk about a lot of issues and broadly with the media to make them understand what the
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deep state is, these incredibly irresponsible, dangerous, and illegal leaks that are going on that the president is talking about, that he wants investigated. i think the push-back is potentially very strong from anthony scaramucci on a host of issues. but also pivoting to the positive, pivoting to health care and what we're going to be doing in the next week, pivoting to tax reform down the road. he's going to look at the agenda and want to push it forw.rd pete: let's talk about pardoning this morning because this is something that scaramucci is going to have to deal with in the pressroom as well. the washington post last week said that the team trump has been sniffing around and the legal team has been looking into the idea of pardons and would there be pardons coming down for his own family given this russia investigation. here's what the president, though, tweeted the other day. he said, "while all agree the u.s. president has the complete power to pardon, why think of that when only crime so far is leaks against us?
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fake news." well, the media went crazy on this idea of pardons. what do you make of this? is the president planning on pardoning his entire family? >> once again, once again, it is the mainstream trying to drive a narrative, create the narrative that the president is focused on pardons when the president in that tweet turns it around and says, "the only illegality that we've seen so far are these leaks by the deep state, by jim comey who in his own testimony leaked a memo for political purposes. that's what the president sees as the underlying issues here. and the mainstream media won't talk about it. they want to talk about only what is sensational. if the legal team is looking at potential conflicts of mueller's team, that's a no-no. in the nineties, bill clinton's team dismantled ken starr day to day, minute to minute, and they
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attacked ken starr every minute of the day. and the mainstream media played along with it because they backed bill clinton's presidenc. abby: david, is it possible -- we were talking about this earlier this morning -- is it possible that the media might be able to change the way it has handled this administration, that we have a new man leading the charge? i know it's laughable, but that is the goal of scaramucci, to hopefully make things a little bit better with the media. and you saw how he was on friday and how the media responded to him. i think they were very impressed with the way he handled -- clayton: you had a cynical laugh there. >> look, i'm very optimistic that anthony scaramucci is going to do a terrific job for this president and the american people's agenda and the reason that donald trump got elected. anthony scaramucci also has a reservoir of goodwill with the press corps and that's what i think we saw in the announcement that anthony scaramucci is a serious man, a successful man who is coming into a difficult job and is going to do a great job . abby: will they turn on him?
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>> of course. that's a no-brainer. pete: the honeymoon period will last, what, a few days? >> let's see. what time is it? i think it's minutes, not days. pete: it's the way it goes. look at john mccain in a primary in 2008 he had a reservoir of goodwill with the the media and the minute he became a nominee, they turned on him. >> absolutely. pete: how does he extend the shelf life, though, of positively extending the agenda say of tax cuts or health care or building the wall? that's the key, keeping on message with things that matter. >> you hit the nail on the head. if we get a victory next week with repealing and replacing obamacare, which is the president's top priority, and he's told the senate not to leave 'til they get done, i'm optimistic that this week, mitch mcconnell who is a competent majority leader, incredibly smart, and understands how to count his votes, i think really john mccain's health -- and i
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wish him well. you know, i disagree with him on a lot of issues, but i hate to see a true american hero have this type of health problem, and i hope he gets back here to washington very quickly because it could come down to his vote to be able to get it through. pete: i need to follow up on that because it was reported that both you and former campaign manager corey lewandowski were on the hill, he's been indecisive, he says he wants to get the "yes," he's not turned yet. how will you turn the votes of others and like his to get the magic number? >> i think senator lee's position is something that should be respected and applauded. he believes in truly repealing and replacing obamacare and that's what he's holding his colleagues to, so i think that he is working very diligently to make the repeal and replace obamacare bill the best for all americans and to drive down premiums, which is really his focus. so i think that he's going to look at this final bill as it comes out in the next couple of
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days. none of us have seen the final bill yet, but i know that senator lee in his heart wants to get to "yes" if the bill is actually a repeal and replace bill. abby: david bossie, always great to have you here. the swaddling expert. four kids. turning on other headlines, starting with the fox news alert and a grisly discovery overt in texas, eight people, including two children, found dead inside of a tractor-trailer in the parking lot of a walmart in san antonio. dozens of others were packed inside of that truck, which didn't have working air-conditioning. imagine that, a walmart employee tipped off cops after someone from inside approached him begging for some water. >> checking video from the store we found that there were a number of vehicles that came in, picked up a lot of the folks in that trail that survived the trip. we're looking at -- abby: ice is now investigating
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where that truck originally came from. the driver is in custody. and a key witness on that officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of the bride-to-be in minneapolis has come forward, and that person could have video of at least part of the incident. the witness was bicycling by as two officers were giving medical assistance to justine damon, after calling 911 to report a possible crime. president trump helps the navy commission the uss gerald r. ford super carry yesterday, calling it a symbol of american power. >> american steel in american hands have constructed a 100,000 100,000-ton message to the world world: america might is second to none. america is coming, and america coming strong. abby: the nuclear powered warship is the largest in the world, stretching nearly three
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football fields long. the ship has an extended flight deck for jotes and drones and will carry 2600 sailors. the nearly $13 billion level still needs more testing before it eventually deploys. and it was made in america. pretty cool. also senator john mccain getting some fresh air despite a grim diagnosis. my good friend megan mccain sharing this photo. "amazing, dad, thank you all for your best wishes." the 80-year-old veteran was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. he's being treated now in his home state of arizona. and we are wishing that family the very best. if anyone knows how to fight in life it is the mccain family. pete: better believe it. an american hero, and we wish you the best, sir. still ahead on the show, counselor to the president kellyanne conway joins us live on the couch. plus don't call students boys or girls. call them scholars. these new p.c. guidelines are being issued to all schools in one state, a state near and dear
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to a federal subpoena in the ongoing russia probe. abby: but what exactly is fusion go to sleep and why isn't anybody talking about the founder? from circa news, sara carter. good to have you with us. >> nice to be with you, abby and clay.on abby: for people trying to wrap their head around what fusion gps fusion gps really is and why they're pleading the fifth now. walk us through that. >> i know it's hard to wrap your head around it even when you think you know all the answers to what's out there, but what fusion gps is, glenn simpson was a former wall street journal reporter. he broke away from the wall street journal start this investigative firm, and how fusion gps became involved with this and it came about with his connections with russia is he was working with natalia veselnitskaya. remember she's the lady that everybody is talking about now who had met with donald trump jr. and jared kushner at that meeting in new york. well, he was actually helping
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her with prevazon holdings case, which was a big firm banned from the u.s., had a lawsuit here in the united states, and glenn simpson was connected to that. well, glenn simpson is also connected -- he worked on that case for two years. he's also connected to the christopher steele dossier, and senator grassley and senator feinstein want answers. who paid you to go after trump, to build this case against him? how did the f.b.i. end up with this dossier? he doesn't want to answer these questions. he also has a lot of other questions to answer. i mean, if he was lobbying and he didn't, you know, register with the foreign registration act, that's another question that they have with him. and another thing, too, that i think nobody is really looking at, if you think about the russians, they keep trying to say "collusion, collusion, collusion" with the trump administration and trying to bring this about, but the russians and this oligarch were trying to go against the mig
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knits act, and people that worked with glenn simpson to put this dossier together, if anything, you would think the russians were working against trump in all of this. so there's a lot of questions that glenn simpson has to answer and now he's in europe and he doesn't want to answer any questions and he's pleading the fifth. pete: right. the president the other day pleading about hillary clinton and why aren't we looking at hillary's campaign in all of this, and it seems to me if you follow the money, there are some interesting connections possibly to supporters of hillary clinton in this campaign. >> yeah, absolutely. one of the things that they do know is that there were people even from the democratic party that had, you know, former congressional members who went to work in connection with veselnitskaya, in connection with fusion gps, so there's a lot of questions here with very few answers. what i can say is this: regardless of glenn simpson pleading the fifth on this, they are continuing this investigation. and more and more information is going to leak out. i mean, we're going to see definitely distinct connections
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between russians, even russian counterintelligence agents that worked with glenn simpson. so we have to ask ourselves, how did this all come about? she was pushing, you know, especially in that meeting with donald trump jr. to try to push for this magnitsky act. we have to ask ourselves, were the russians really creating the bestest information campaign ever? i mean, connections with both the democrats and issuing out these type of false allegations that were in this christopher steele dossier. but be, remember, christopher steele got that information from former -- apparently, that's what he says -- former russian agents. so we have to ask ourselves those questi.ns abby: a lot of great points there and a lot of good questions we've gotta get to that bottom of. thank you, sarah. pete: you think she knows a lot about that case? abby: now i understand it better better. really helpful. pete: next on the rundown, don't call students "boys" or "girls." call them "scholars." now pc guidelines are being issued to all schools and one state lawmaker who fought against it joins us live next.
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>> and welcome back. quick headlines for you and a fox news alert. the trump administration reportedly intervening as riots continue to flood the temple mount in jerusalem between israelis and palestinians. the israeli reports say the president's son-in-law, jared kushner, is leading talks to calm the violence, stemming from new security measures at the holy site. the u.s. will conduct another test of the missile
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defense system meant to counter threats from north korea. the launch from alaska is scheduled to happen as soon as next weekend. the test of the system known as the thaad was the evidence earlier this month. pete: a big change coming to schools in minneapolis. they're putting in place a so-called transgender tool kit which advises teachers to call students "scholars" instead of boys and girls, and instead of a prom king and queen, prom ambassadors. here's the explanation why. they say, "schools should not assume a student's name or pronoun when students are referred to by the wrong pronoun by peers or school staff, students mayful intimidated, threatened, harassed on, or bullied. joining us with his reaction is state representative tim miller who is fighting actively against this particular measure. representative, thanks for being here this morning. first of all, do you believe the rationale given for this and how are minnesotans responding to this? >> thanks for having me this
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morning, pete. i really feel like common sense has sort of left the room and the department of education is really focusing on something that is not supported by the people of minnesota. >> so what's the agenda here in are there so many transgendered children being bullied in minnesota that this is a massive problem that they feel like they need to react to? >> pete, unfortunately, this has been an agenda that has been going on for about four, maybe five years now in minnesota, and we're told conflicting things. one time i'm told there's only a few kids throughout the entire state of minnesota, so why is someone like me speaking out against these poor kids. but then when i ask why are you putting together very serious, broad sweeping policy across the state of minnesota, why are we doing that when there's only a few students, and they say, well there's students coming up all the time and they're just being bullied and so we need to put this policy in place. pete: my father's an athletic director in minnesota. he's had to deal with issues like this, locker rooms, boys, girls, usually those closest to
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an issue are able to address it with common sense most effectively. why is it that the left always feels like they need to go to massive directs based on a social agenda? >> well, i think that's exactly it, pete, there's a social agenda. and my concern is that the responsibility of schools is to ensure the safety and privacy of all students. and when you have an agenda like this that is being pushed in the state for a very small, distinct group, you are not serving the broader base of all the student. pete: well, state representative tim miller, thanks for joining us. you got this segment, you got betsy hodges, what is happening in minnesota, maybe folks like you can put it back on the rails rails. and our viewers, give us emails about this topic, friends@fox news.com. still ahead, what's next for o.j. simpson. could it be reality tv? a special on this channel tonight at eight o'clock but you're going to have to hear
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♪ >> navy seals will tell you if you want to eat an elephant you gotta elite it one bite at a time and sarah and i will do that together. >> you've been one of the president's strongest supporters for a while now, but does he know what you said about him back in 2015 when you said he was a hack politician? >> brings it up every 15 seconds okay? one of the biggest mistakes that i made because i was an un unexperienced person in the world of politics. mr. president, if you're listening, i personally apologize for the 50th time for saying that. i'm a super optimistic guy. i'm too short to see the glass as anything but half full. i'm going to have a phenomenal relationship with the presid.nt pete: we have counsel to president trump, kellyanne conway joining us. friday right before this announcement came out we were talking to you about it, you were praising anthony scaramucci who if he were part of that team would be a huge asset. i think on friday we saw what a huge asset he's going to become.
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we also saw you thought sean spicer would remain in the white house and continue to work there and then he resigned. >> that's sean's choice. the president made it very clear he wanted sean to stay, but sean told sean hannity that he felt it best to give them a new start a clean slate. he'll do very well for himself. he has a great communications mind, spicer. he's able to look at a complex issue and figure out how to deploy people for regional media national media, social media. for a president who is incredibly media savvy and a communications expert in his own right. you know, media communications is important to every president, but to this president it's really essential because he himself has such a great eye for that for that and he knows the only way to connect directly with the american people and cut through all the noise is to help all of us out there helping to break the news. and connecting with the information we need to have. we know there's biased coverage, but there's such incomplete coverage of all the things he's done. the average american needs to know what's in place for veterans now, all these great
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improvements for them, the accountability act, the whistleblower protections, the 24/7 white house hotline, the fact that for the first time in decades a veteran is seen as one single patient at the dod and the va so can you tell us out the bottleneck, the red tape, and allows that veteran to get the care he or she -- pete: how do you do that with a pressroom full of liberal -- frankly, they're all liberals, and they're all accosting this president. how do you get them to focus on things you want them to focus on on? >> shame, guilty, information, elixir. there are many different ways to do that. you can go at them or you can go around them. these reporters are no longer chasing a story so much as chasing the president and that's starting to backfired because i'm a person at the white house who is deployed probably about once a week, every 10 days or so out into america, and i am constantly meeting people. and these are not just, you know republicans or conservatives; meeting people saying, "i want him to succeed. i love this country.
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this is our time. he's doing great things. he's keeping his promise." but he's there to drain the swamp and the swamp doesn't always like it. the swamp isn't just congress, it isn't just lobbyists. it's everybody who's had a hand in the inertia and the deadlock -- abby: do you think the media will change? you saw that clip when we brought you in with anthony scaramucci and just sort of the different way that he was able to handle some of the tough questions that came at him. he's very transparent. he comes across very calm. you know, he tells them exactly what's going on so there's nothing to hide. and he's hoping that maybe the media can respond in a different way, as you said, a new chapter for the communications team. do you think the media will change at all? >> they are certainly curious about the new changes, and i think that the greatest irony is they've been covering all these palace intrigue stories literally since the day we got there. who's head is going to roll, who's in the doghouse, who's being fired, who's being replaced? and nobody has been.
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in other words, we had three cnn reporters fired, but nobody from the inner circle. the president is attitude when it comes to that, i think when it changes it will be maybe a fresh start and a wider berth. anthony scaramucci is something else, as is sarah huckabee sanders. tough about humble. his story, american dream story, yes, he's a guy that can handle -- pete: we kept hearing on friday that this is trump's guy, right? and there are other members who knows the trump administration well are saying now trump gets his guy in that role. and it's interesting to see how many more people could be placed in those roles. you think the trump administration, they come in in january, they could put all of their own people in there, right right? but he's being pulled by the swamp in different directions
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from republicans -- clayton: corey lewandowski and the hill. >> he is surrounded by people inside and outside who continue to give him great advice and i think the people who do best in the trump orbit, whether they were officially in the white house or on the outside helping us in different ways are the people who recognize, he is the greatest communicator. he is his best messenger. we're there to support him. he leads -- i mean, this man has beat every odd, beat every -- vanquished 16 opponents and then hillary clinton, and we should not lose sight of how that happened. that happened because he trusts his own instincts, he's un unflappable, and when people hit him, he hits back twice as hard. and as he always says, he's a counterpuncher. i'm much the same way. i don't draw first blood but you draw blood on us you're not going to win that debate. he'll continue to be that way as president. the focus he has, issues like love for the military and the workingman and keeping manufacturing jobs in this country. look at him yesterday at the uss gerald ford where he's just so proud to launch this new we feel
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and so proud of the thousands of patriots who will serve there. and they're there for him as well. it's just it's indicative, it's symptomatic how he will continue to flourish outside the noise. abby: i love your advice for sarah huckabee sanders. you've been criticized many times by the mainstream media. now sarah huckabee sanders is stepping in as this new press secretary. it's an incredibly tough job to have. you are that middle person between president trump and the media. i mean, you go on social media and you read some of these attacks on her, many of them personal, cruel, awful attacks about her looks, about her as a person. what advice do you have for the mainstream media handling her and advice for her on how she moves forward? >> i love sarah and respect her enormously, and i can't be happier that she's agreed to take on this job. i'm pretty sure she's the first mother to ever be our nation's press secretary, and i got a little goose bump just because i know what that entails. he's got these three young children that gives her
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wonderful perspective, but it also gives you such a balance. you realize what's really important in this world. she can go home at night and in the morning and see a husband and three children who love her very much. it's very grounding. she doesn't have to worry about what the jackals and hyenas say. the irony of quote modern feminism, they look right past sexist comments said about conservative women, definitely pro-life women like sarah and me me. the minute they testified we're pro-life -- abby: they say you hate men. >> they're in my prayers every day. i can't imagine being so miserable that you have to attack another woman's looks or clothing. you want to talk about policy? have at it. that's what the country is founded. we should have a larger conversation, honest conversation about how people are treated. sarah will do very well because she knows these she's there to serve the country, and she tries very hard -- she's incredibly hard worker who is raised in
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politics. she's tough, she's smart, but she's also humble, and she's also very accessible. and i think all of that will serve her well, and i couldn't be more proud. pete: speaking of double standards the president was tweeting yesterday morning and tweeted about the fact that, you know, all this focus on the investigation, special counsels, why aren't we looking at hillary clinton or comey's crimes, 33,000 emails and things like that. is there going to be a renewed focus on that, looking at what hillary did but also going after the special counsel and this witch hunt as the president calls it against him? >> the president has always said this russia stuff is nonsense, it's a witch hunt, it's a hoax. honestly, what are we doing here here? what is this about? the taxpayer money, the diversion of resources and time. he's talking about america; they're talking about russia. and the president is making clear, he has no business dealings in russia. i was the campaign manager. i knew the campaign very well. we were talking to people in macomb county, michigan, not moscow. and this president, you know, i
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was on the other side. i had worked for a super pac in support of ted cruz for a while. there was no way to vanquish donald trump. he was the smartest, most un unflappable, and we aren't, gee, should we call russia and try to get rid of him. it's complete nonsense. it makes you laugh just to think about it with a straight face. and let me just say the miss universe pageant happened to go to russia nine years ago. he sold his house to a russian 10 years ago. what was everybody so prescient that i think this man will run for president? 10 minutes before he won the darn thing people were saying he will never be the president. so 10 years earlier someone in russia -- someone who was russian was supposed to realize i think one day he'll be president? it's nonsense. it's a waste of taxpayer time and money and may i say you've got adam schiff and mark warner, the two the democrats partly in charge of these investigations, they spend more time on tv than collecting the evidence anyway, so what is this truly ab.ut pete: let's have you stick around. want to stick around?
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>> i would love to. pete: president trump sending warnings to iran, free our people or else. we are hopeful he can bring them home. abby: talk about an odd couple, mark cuban, and jeb bush are teaming up and they have some words for the commander-in-chief that's up next. and kellyanne conway. ♪ we will never be, never be anything but loud
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the constant attacks. and you had some great advice that you were giving us but also to sarah huckabee sanders as well as who's stepping in now as press secretary. >> don't read it, sarah, it doesn't matter. especially if they're twitter picture of a cat. >> people can hide behind anonymous images. >> i get great advise from people all the time, but i don't read the praise or the criticism criticism. that keeps you very balanced, too, keeps your ego out of the white house altogether, which is very great. in the case of sarah i would say recommend she turn off her notifications on twitter. she's so busy getting briefed from the cabinet members, speaking to the president, the senior staff, the vice president before she goes out to the briefings or whether she's otherwise representing the country, sarah, that no time to read what people who don't know you say about you. pete: she can read about the president's tweets -- >> of course. he's connecting with the people. clayton: the other day when he tweeted this about pardoning, the washington post talked about the trump team was getting
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pardons ready for his own family members. he tweeted this: while all agree the u.s. president has complete power to pardon, why can't of that when only crime so far is leaks against the united states? fake news." so the white house prepping pardons for everyone? >> the answer is "no" and i discussed this with the president directly. that's another part of the hoax. his point is exactly what he says at the end of that tweet, which is that why are we talking about -- there's nothing to pardon. there's no one to pardon. why are we talking about presidential pardons if there's no presidential crime? the only crime so far is leaks, the deep state lakes, the presidential leaks, which, by the way, imperil all of us. i know some people think they're being cute and anti this president, but they imperil all of us. and the reason he keeps on mentioning hillary clinton, people say, why is he still mentioning mixed? a, she can't get over the election. senator schumer over the weekend saying there's no one to blame here, it's not comey, it's not russia, you have to look at yourself. he was pretty hard on his former colleague, hillary clinton.
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senator schumer is right. the point is you talk about a hoax, you talk about a witch hunt, you're talking about no "there" there, and now you're talking about pardoning for the noncrime. pete: talking about pardoning is that there was criminal activity activity. the unsaid part of that headline headline. talk about is it fake news or not, the report from the washington post suggesting that attorney general jeff sessions spoke about campaign issues or maybe campaign issues with the russian ambassador. again, potentially the big issue of that is the fact that the name was unmasked through surveillance. setting that aside, which the leaking is a massive problem, is there any concern inside in the white house about that report? >> well, the presidency was pretty specific about this in his interview early this week with the new york times that senator sessions was a supporter of his out on the campaign trail he wanted to be the attorney general, the president appointed nominated him to that, he is the attorney general, the president is disappointed that he recused himself because again there's nothing there. a handshake is not a meeting. a conversation is not -- a casual conversation is not some furtive attempt to subvert
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democracy and swing the election results, and nobody the vase facedly believes that or suggests that. i think, you know, i think the recusal has also been -- i think it's spurred into other issues where you look at the president president's agenda and so much of it goes to the department of justice -- the wall, immigration crime -- abby: speak to that because the president is going to youngstown ohio this week. >> yes. abby: speak to that, and he's also putting pressure on republicans and congress to get things done. >> that's key. so many accomplishments in his first six months are many. anybody need a list, there are many. renegotiating the tpp, the north korean and free trade agreement, over 800,000 jobs were created, the stock market loves this guy as do the investors, many middle class investors who will benefit from his tax cut and tax reform, benefit from health care reform but are already benefiting from a robust, optimistic, responsive dow jones 25 times broken recor. abby: how about with congress?
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>> with congress is basically saying to them, "i've been doing my job. look at all the things i've been doing with regulatory roll back. and abby, in that lunch where i sat, he said to the senators, i've got my pen in my hand. i've been here six months ready to go. you've been talking about this for seven years. so let's just get it done, let's get it done before you even leave. so tuesday when they do vote for the motion to proceed, proceed and keep going. we're going to expand health savings accounts, going to save medicaid, which is unsustainable give governors flexibility, open up the markets to more people and still cover politician conditions. a lot of goodies in there and he's telling congress, i'm doing my job, please do yours because you don't have to lot to show these last six months. pete: we don't have much more time because our satellite is about to be cut off. >> thank you. pete: next on the rundown, president trump sending a strong warning to iran. free our detainees or else one of them rebuke robert levenson held there for more than a decade. his son dan said he's more
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pete: welcome back. this tuesday congress votes for new economic penalties against iran as president trump warns of serious consequences unless all u.s. citizens imprisoned there are freed. clayton: this includes robert levinson, a former c.i.a. contract now missing for more than a decade. abby: and his son dad will be testifying on capitol hill this week and dan joins us right now. dan, it's good to have you here. it's a really tough story. i cannot imagine what you and your family have been going through. you said to kellyanne conway as she was walking out to thank the president personally for highlighting this on friday.
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>> it was actually the strongest wording we've seen from any government in the past 10 years they've been dealing with this. they've specifically talked about iran holding my dad for the last 10 years and they said there's going to be consequences consequences. there's one angle to ask for help and cooperation locating my dad but to show that there's repercussions for inacting, that extends a strong message to the iranians. pete: you were incredibly upset in 2013 during the iran nuclear deal, you said perhaps this was perhaps the last chance to get your father back and that the u.s. had squandered it. >> absolutely. we gotta look forward to now. nothing we can do. i think there's still leverage. they're still talking about sanctions and things like that, and i think they're going to have to keep the pressure on iran. >> when we recertify around so-called compliance with the deal, and a lot of people look at their activity now that isn't in compliance, does that frustrate you? >> well, all we're going to do is keep pushing. we met with officials at the white house, state department, f.b.i. all week, and this is all in the aftermath of that, and it
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didn't seem like that changes everything. they're willing to do whatever it takes to get my dad home which is encouraging to hear. abby: how you doing and how is your family doing? >> 10 years it's been a struggle struggle. i actually just held his newest grandson in my arms yesterday and it's tough when he misses these moments. it's tough every day that he's not there. there's so much been going on, but we just gotta keep pushing and it's good for us to be able to have these opportunities to continue pressing his case. pete: do you get any info at all about your dad's health, his well-being? >> it's been 10 years since we got any video from him. it's been 10 years, we understand it's a tough situation, but we're hopeful. i still believe he's alive, and they're holding him and he's being kept well, just the fact of getting him h.me pete: and you and your father, robert, and your whole family are in our prayers, you have the most powerful man in the world in your corner. >> good to hear statements like
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>> the first interview since becoming the new white house communications director anthony scaramucci spoke about the need for the white house to get its message out to the heartland. >> we want to hear the things that we promised you and like good business people, we are going to deliver on these promises and try to make the system better. >> but anthony, you know, people are saying he's a street fighter, he's also a self-made businessman. he's a true american success story as is donald trump. >> the president will not ultimately be judged by any one staffer in his administration. americans will judge him based off does he make their life better and does he make their life easier? >> president trump is a man of his word. he's a man of action, and thanks to president donald trump, america is back and the world
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knows it. [applause] >> uss gerald ford, the largest and most expensive aircraft ever built, commissioned by the president today, in a stunning ceremony in norfolk, virginia. >> american steel and american hands have constructed a 100,000 ton message to the world. america might is second to none. [applause] ♪ >> that's not the original life is a highway as i said before. >> right >> and secondly, two things, this is not 90210, this is fox &
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friends. >> that was the woman from the original 90210, whom we love. >> the idea that hey rent an rv for a week and take the family across the country. >> we have a big final hour. we will be teaching my husband how to swaddle a baby because you guys are experts. >> we were going to do it last hour but we spent more time with kelly ann conway. >> we have a lot to get to this hour. we have a lot going on. of course the white house has added a new piece of their communications team, anthony scaramucci and looking to make shake up some things as it relates to their relationship with the news media. you know, sean spicer had a bit of an adversarial tactic going against the news media. >> right. >> it seems that scaramucci has a bit of a disarming tactic, sort of deescalating things and
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maybe exposing some of the false narrative. >> yeah, so we had kellyanne conway on a few moments ago. we asked her about this new chapter on the press team in the white house and here's what she said. >> anthony scaramucci is someone else as is sarah huckabee sanders and those who thrive around the president, tough but humble. the people who recognize he is the greatest communicator. he is his best messenger. we are there to support him. >> we also had david bosse on the show earlier. he said he's known anthony for many many years. he brings a humble quality to the office, very smart, 100 million dollars business. here's what he had to say, listen. >> i think he's going to push back incredibly hard. he has a degree from harvard law school, makes him incredibly smart and well versed in the
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law, and i think it's going to allow him to talk about a lot of issues and broadly with the media to make them understand what the deep state, these incredibly irresponsible dangerous and illegal leaks that are going on, i think the pushback is potentially very strong from scaramucci on a host of issues. >> in watching all of this morning there were questions about what direction the white house may go with some of these changes, are they reorienting -- reorienting or rearming? i think they are rearming. taking on the special counsel, taking on the fake news media. not letting the so called russian collusion narrative take hold anymore. they feel like it probably wasn't done as effective as it could be. bringing in some the president trusts a little bit more and fighting back hard so they are not on their heels but instead on the offensive. >> obviously anthony scaramucci has been loyal to trump for a
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long time and been a very good spokes person for him out talking to different media out there. also makes you wonder in this new chapter, you think about someone like jeff sessions, an interesting time to talk about this because he's someone that has been so loyal to president trump. i mean he has been on the trump bandwagon from pretty much day one. we have seen recently the president has come out. came out of the new york times saying you know i wish i had known that he was going to recuse himself from the russian investigation before i gave him that job. it does make you wonder how that relationship moves from here, because it is such an important one to have. it makes you wonder is it possible that he could resign? i mean what's going to happen here? >> is there a bottleneck now of course in the doj? look, that was his frustration when talking to the new york times was this idea that if you knew you were going to do that, and recuse yourself, why did you take the job in the first place? and now trying to get things through the doj, it creates an enormous bottleneck. he's a guy that likes efficiency. he doesn't like bureaucracy. >> he wants fighters.
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not that jeff sessions is not a fighter, the attorney general of the united states, but when you are looking at border walls and immigration agendas and all of that, you have to be willing to fight back against the kind of resistance we're seeing. we asked conway about it, she said hey the president talked about that in the new york times. who knows what that means necessarily. but the president is surrounding himself with the people that will push across the finish line. you e know -- you know, we will see where that goes. >> the president is loyal to the people that are loyal to him. he has been a loyal friend and loyal supporter, but i think the question exists still, where does this go from here? >> you come out to the new york times and say those things about the attorney general. >> he doesn't just say things to say them; right? >> all very strategic. when you come to the new york times and say i don't know why he took the job, yeah, i was upset, i was disappointed. it is not like he's sitting in a room with his wife talking. >> jeff sessions he felt like he did what he needed to do at that moment. he said you know what? i felt like i needed to remove myself, that's the best way to move forward. obviously that's not the way
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president trump wanted him to handle the situation. >> up until now, the democratic message has been resist, we have heard that since of course the election and fight this administration, fight against the repeal and replace of obama care. well, tomorrow marks a new chapter for democrats, perhaps. this comes from chuck schumer's office for their new economic plan. they are coming up with a new slogan. here it is, a better deal, better jobs, better wages, better future. a lot of people having fun on social media saying it sounds a lot like a papa john's commercial. >> that graphic looks a lot like papa john's. kudos to whoever made that. they are trying to find their footing of what they really stand for. people aren't sure what that is. the same article that talked about this new potential slogan for their economic plan also had a quote from schumer where he takes a sideswipe at the former nominee hilary clinton as well. he said when you lose to someone who has a 40% popularity, he's referring to president trump, who obviously got more than 40% of the vote, you don't blame
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other things, comey, russia -- russia, you blame yourself. what did we do wrong? people didn't know what we stood for, just that we were against trump and still believe that. they are trying to bring a new slogan out there to change a way from just being resisters. >> they have always been the party of let's raise the minimum wage, let's try to get more people employed. >> how is that working in the municipalities that raise their minimum wage? they end up losing jobs. >> you know, i see some similarities in this message to president trump. better wages. we have also seen the president pushing for better skills which is also part of the slogan. the president has been talking about this apprenticeship program which i'm a big champion of. i believe by getting people out there into the workforce who are learning these trade skills, incredibly important to watch a master craftsman do it, be an apprentice, get into the workforce. we need these skilled laborers. >> we had the former director of
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strategic communications for the hilary clinton campaign, you asked her that, clayton. you said this message coming from democrats sounds awfully similar to what we have heard from president trump throughout the campaign and now as being president, does that mean maybe they can start working together? here's what she said. >> look, i think first of all, any time democrats are talking about jobs, that is a good thing. as the resistance continues to take shape, part of what many of us in the party have said all along is that we do need to have a forward-thinking positive message that we're laying out. i think tomorrow is unveiling this economic agenda, an important first step in this process. >> you see how she faded back into the resistance, that's where they are. it still all antitrump, but if you look at the slogan, a better deal, better jobs, they have added 800,000 jobs under the trump administration already, better wages, wages have risen naturally as opposed to -- >> lower end workers. >> exactly. what if their agenda is exactly what president trump is doing and they are trying to outtrump trump? >> can they come together?
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a marriage here? the american people? >> probably not >> can they get past the resistance? >> it would be great f. they are on the same page -- if they are on the same page, they have the same plan -- >> but if the economy is still improving and come election day, and the democrats have that same message, it is hard for them to break through when republicans can say we are the ones in charge right now and the economy is doing better. people are developing better skills. being productive as a nation. makes it hard for the democrats to have that same message and win. >> if president trump is successful, other people will get elected and he will get re-elected. his message resonates. imitation is the best form of flattery or the highest form of flattery. democrats are trying to be trump because trump is winning the messaging and the policy. if the economy continues to improve and he gets things passed, the sky is the limit where the potential is and i think the democrats are watching that. -- i think the democrats realize that. >>
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headlines, fox news alert, eight people including two children found dead inside of a sweltering hot tractor trailer packed with dozens of others, likely all illegal immigrants. >> checking video from the store, we found that there were a number of vehicles that came in, picked up a lot of folks that were in that trailer, that survived the trip. >> that truck parked outside of a wal-mart in san antonio, a store employee tipped off the cops after someone from inside approached him, begging for some water. i.c.e. is now investigating where that truck originally came from. the driver is in custody. and a key witness to that officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of a bride-to-be in minneapolis, such a sad story has now come forward. that person could have video of at least part of the incident. the witness was bicycling by as two officers were giving medical assistance to justine damond. she was shot as she approached their squad car after calling
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911 to report that possible crime. and the leaders of the democratic party still unclear, joe biden still refusing to say if he will run in 2020. the former vice president dodging katie couric's questions at a festival right here in new york city yesterday. take a listen. >> our hope is to get a democratic congress elected in 2 -- [cheers] >> that didn't really answer it. but bernie sanders on the other hand is keeping the door open. an associate close to the vermont senator says he has no intentions to quote step aside and let joe biden take it. sanders already lost to hilary clinton back in 2016 in the democratic primary. we will see where it goes from here >> more of the -- >> most men can probably relate to this shopping experience. >> these are gorgeous. how much are these? >> 1700. >> $1700? what do you come with them?
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my parent's house cost $1700. >> said every man everywhere. now a mall in china is using husband storage pods to keep the men entertained while their wives are shopping. the pods come with video games, clayton, tv and music. no word on if and when they will be coming here to the united states. >> i'm the opposite, though. my wife wants to get in and out. we go to like costco. me, i like to go up every aisle because i have completion issues. i'm like maybe i need some t-shirts. >> she's like honey let's go. >> do we need some canned beans? she said come on let's get out of here. >> there's a bar in a town near my home where it is free baby sitting for husbands all around the shopping. >> that is nice, good idea. >> coming up, president trump blasting leaks coming from the so called mainstream media. does he have a point? judge alex shares his concerns, next. plus, my husband jeff, he is here. we are about to become new parents as you all know. does he know how to -- oh my goodness -- is that him attempting to swaddle?
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both made eliquis right for me. ask your doctor if switching to eliquis is right for you. welcome back with the president blasting latest intel leaks from the mainstream media saying while all agree the u.s. president has the complete power to pardon, why think of that when only so far is leaked against us? fake news. >> joining us to react former miami-dade county circuit judge, judge alex, thank you for being here this morning. >> my pleasure. >> what do you think of this idea of pardoning and also the president's belief that it is the leaks that really should be prosecuted? >> i agree, leaks should certainly be prosecuted just like hacking of the dnc e-mails is prosecuted f. if a leaker is found, they should be fired. if they leak classified information, they should go to prison.
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i don't want to ignore what the hacking of what the dnc e-mails revealed, the assistance of journalist getting hilary clinton legislated over sanders -- elected over sanders. if leaks actually reveal something true, it should be investigated. you look at both. you don't ignore one and look at the other only. that being said, in today's climate, it's very difficult to know what is true, because the media is clearly, clearly slanted in the direction of trying to do anything they can to undermine president trump. so, you know, an allegation like sessions spoke to the russian ambassador during the campaign, well, that could mean anything. it could be something as innocent as hey when trump gets in office, our relationship is going to improve, which isn't that different from what obama said with a hot mic that he didn't know was hot. it is actually less troubling than that. to hey why don't you hack the dnc e-mails. as far as the pardon power is concerned, the president's pardon power is in the
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constitution. it is almost unbridled power. the president can pardon just about anybody for any federal crime, the limitation has to be a federal crime. the crime has to have already been committed. and it does not cover impeachment. other than that, it is a very very broad power. i'm not really sure -- >> why is the media running away with this? as you said there's nothing illegal about this, but that being said, he's not looking to pardon people. we asked kellyanne about his tweets specifically, she says no there's nothing here to pardon anybody for. why do you think the media is taking this so extreme? >> because he brought it up. why did he bring up the pardon power if you don't intend to use it? >> but his point, judge, was to say why is the media focusing -- part of his point why are you focusing on pardons when you should be focusing on leaks and same with the investigators? >> the answer to that we all know is because some media outlets out there are completely guided by one principle, and that is do anything you can to make sure that trump does not
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finish his term or is at least a one term president. and that's why they do it. so now they are beating the drum that he is going to pardon himself. that's the only gray area out there on pardon power. nobody know ifs a president assuming he -- nobody knows if a president assuming he has a reason to pardon himself, which is a big assumption, nobody knows if a president could do. that it's never been tested. nobody knows if that would be legal. the constitution doesn't speak to it. so that's one unanswered question out there. but as far as leaks, leaks and the content, both are important. just like hacking and the content that was revealed. >> sure. >> both are important. >> but as you said -- >> first you have to know that the content of the leaks is true, and that's the real problem. >> as you said, though, if you are going to tweet it, you have to know what the media is going to do with it. they always react the same way. alex, great to have you with us >> always a pleasure, thank you. coming up, talk about an odd couple, mark cuban and jeb bush teaming up and they have some words -- wonder what they are -- for our commander-in-chief.
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i need to know the hottest products. >> the baby show is coming to chicago for the first time ever, august 26th and 27th at the navy pier. so a lot of parents will be able to experience products, giveaways, family friendly fun all around. >> you can go on-line to get a lot of these tips. >> first up, this is the entourage stroller. what's so amazing about this stroller is it has the most capacity for weight as of any stroller on the market. so it can carry up to 150 pounds combined of kids and cargo. -- cargo. it has expandable frame so you can pack luggage on here, you could put a beach cooler on here. they sell separate beach wheels you can buy so you can take this on the sand. you can go off-roading with your stroller. >> this is the b-5 stroller. this is a classic at this point. this is their new addition. what's so fun about it is you
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can customize everything. the canopy, the seat fabric, the color, so you can really make it your own and personalize it. >> if you are tall like jeff, can you extend the handle? >> absolutely. >> good. >> all right. and i love the look of this. >> next up, tip one is whatnot to do. >> jeff, are you watching closely? >> yeah, i got it. how do we do this? >> this is the chair in rose gold. it is beautiful, trendy, a little bit futuristic, very modern, definitely seamlessly works into your home and very instagrammable i must say. >> he's already agreed to change all the diapers. >> love it. you will love this. this is from a coastal collection. what's great about this one, is yes you can use it as a traditional bag or sometimes you need both arms free and you can wear it as a backpack. >> that would go really well with my wardrobe.
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>> you've got to do both. >> you need both your arms. >> no idea. i'm getting taken advantage of here. >> it is affordable; right? >> yes, absolutely. this is cotton. very durable. you can use it from newborn up to big baby on your back. so this is what's great. all you will ever need to wear your baby. the stair barrier is over here. i'm so sad i didn't know about this before i bought two gates i put on my staircase. this works with all stairways, all banisters, wall to banister, comes in 13 different styles and fabrics, brings style to your home. >> let's get to the fun part. >> this is one other swaddle type which we're not using today. your legs can be in or out. here we go. i'm going to be the judge.
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>> see i like to use a bed -- i like to use this on a bed. >> if this was proper, it would be 3:00 a.m. and you would have one eye open. >> you have to have space. >> these are very very long and big swaddles. i'm not going to give any tips. >> i have a baby right here. >> the triangle method. >> i love the triangle method. >> are we using a timer? >> you have to do it perfect. timing has nothing to do with it. >> this is true. >> how do you work with it if the baby is squirming everywhere? >> at this age they won't be squirming much. what would you say? >> you want it to be tight and give it a good tuck and you want to make it as snug as possible because you want baby to feel really cozy and it will result in better sleep and a better night for everybody. >> right. you want to make it cozy and nice because it is like the fourth trimester; right? >> you are not going to do this? [laughter]
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>> you guys talk some serious game, but i'm seeing some -- >> they have been talking this all week now. that's why i wanted to put them to the test. >> there you go. >> i'm ready to go. excellent. >> look at that. this is a disaster. [laughter] >> my baby has been sleeping the moment -- >> what do you think? >> i'm going to say you had the original swaddle but you did do it with a backpack. >> can you please crown a champion? >> lovely. you know what? >> your baby is not alive anymore. [laughter] >> we're going to give it to you just because -- >> thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> we will have this on our web side. -- website. >> i hope you paid attention to the tips.
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>> you can go to our website for details. thank you again, lauren. have you heard the democrats have a new slogan, better deal, better skills, better jobs, better wages. sound familiar? >> better ingredients, better pizza, papa john's. >> did they still sfr papa john's -- did they steal from papa john's? >> i don't know, but i'm hungry now. one restaurant is limiting kids to drink only one drink at their restaurant. is that a good idea? your e-mails are pouring in about this one. copd makes it hard to breathe.
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at dj'ing. >> we also had a huge water slide. you can find that on the fox & friends. >> that was cool. i always wanted to do that. it was fun. mark cuban and jeb bush taking turns slamming president trump at a trendy new york city festival. first jeb bush suggesting that he and the president do not share the same party. take a listen. >> just want to remind you that he's not really affiliated with the party, just to be clear. [inaudible]. >> wow, later mark cuban taking a swing as well, saying quote if he lasts four years, i will be there to kick his behind, but the billionaire quickly down played a presidential bid,
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saying we will see, i'm not making any proclamations yet. look at this. this isis terrorist thought he had the perfect disguise, make up, check, headscarf check, the iraqi army capturing this not so clever jihadist with a whole lot of make up and facial hair trying to escape mosul. the iraqi army foiling several similar schemes releasing pictures of men in women's clothing. that is just so creepy. and take a look at this. this home is of russian spies who inspired the fx show the americans one of my favorite shows. that home is up for sale now. >> is it hard pretending to be other people? >> sometimes it's really hard. >> an investor is reportedly planning to renovate this new jersey home and sell it for about $700,000. two russians under the fake names richard and cynthia murphy once lived this home before
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being arrested along with eight other spies in 2010. imagine moving into that house. >> kind of a cool thing -- >> wow. >> if you enjoy a beverage while eating out, you better leave the kids at home. one restaurant in up state new york is limiting customers to one alcoholic drink if they are spotted with kids. >> we believe in it that much where, you know, you just politely explain the policy and we explain it ahead of time. >> the restaurant says the one drink policy is an effort to prevent drinking and driving with kids in the car. we've been debating that all morning. and of course you guys have been sending in your thoughts on this as well. what the restaurant is doing by serving only one drink to someone with children is a very wise decision. more people in this world need to think with common sense. >> and don adds something we need to remember is they own the restaurant. they can set the rules or can stop selling alcohol all together, if they want. if you do not like the rules, take your patronage elsewhere. >> very true. >> you made that same point
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earlier. keep them coming. we love your responses on this. clayton? >> interesting. a better deal, better skills, better jobs, better wages. that's the new slogan democrats are set to unveil tomorrow. sound familiar? well, some people on twitter think so. >> better ingredients, better pizza, papa john's. >> stop playing this pizza commercial. i' getting hungry -- i'm getting hungry. while they claim it stresses the economy, critics say they are more focused on resistance against the president. fox news contributor, democratic strategist and former communications director for president trump's transition team, here to debate. richard, a lot of people saying this could be the democrats turning a page away from resist and putting out something new, a new platform to talk about chuck schumer's economic agenda. what do you say? >> i think a slogan is a slogan, but i think you are right. democrats are trying to figure out how do we get this right, how do we have a conversation with the american people, resonate with them and push an agenda that is inclusive of everybody. i think you have to look -- you can't look at this in a vacuum.
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you have to see this in a world where you have trump care which is likely going to fail the senate next week and what the cbo is saying that 20 some odd million individuals will lose their healthcare. we have to create a juxtaposition to those types of policies and i think you will see that in the next couple of weeks. >> some conservatives this morning on our show and over the weekend, brian, have been saying this sounds very familiar, better skills, better jobs, better wages, isn't that what president trump has been talking about since he's been in office? >> it's what president trump has been doing since he's been in office. i think when you look at the new slogan, not much different in the policies we rejected in november. i want to see what the specifics are. the middle class worker has suffered eight years under president obama. you have president trump who is reversing that. he's working to create new small businesses, working to strengthen the economy. very curious to see specifically what this better deal means. we always know from the previous deals is that the american voters loses when the democrats come up with whatever deal they propose. >> richard, are we entering an
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era of self-reflection for democrats? we saw chuck schumer to the washington post taking a swipe at hilary clinton. i don't know there's any other way to read this. maybe you read this differently. he said this and i will quote when you lose to somebody, who has 40% popularity, you don't blame other things, comey, russia, you blame yourself. so what did we do wrong? well, people didn't know what we stood for, just that we were against trump. so self-reflection from the democrats? >> i mean, i think chuck schumer is right and something i said all along. that doesn't negate the fact that for the past eight years under president obama we had really good economic growth. not only did we create i think it is 80 consecutive months of jobs but when this president -- when president obama got the keys to the car, the economy was in a free-fall and that ended. trump is benefitting from that. i think he's benefitting from some wall street optimism, but that optimism is going to be short lived if he cannot get his agenda through. he promised the american people healthcare. he promised the american people a tax reform bill. he promised the american people infrastructure. neither of those three things
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are done. >> brian, richard brings up a great point. there's a lot of hope right now in the market. we heard this yesterday from trish regan on our show. there is a lot of hope in the market. if they don't get tax reform done, they don't get healthcare through, there could be some trouble on the horizon. >> 100% agreed. i think that's why you have the president using all his resources to make sure these things do get accomplished. the one fact i'm going to dispute with my colleague here is the last eight years haven't been great. gdp has been at near record lows considering all the money that was flushed into the economy. you can't just say it was great. what you have with the president is you have his focus. you have everybody in his cabinet focused on reversing the last eight years, dealing with the deregulation, dealing with wages. i mean, we can talk about all these jobs that were brought forward, a lot of them were low wage jobs. that's not what the american dream is about. >> richard, final word? >> i have one point on this, i think when republicans make this argument about deregulation, it's really in details here. what are you deregulating?
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if there's onerous environmental regulations that you want to roll back? that's one thing. when you have the department of education rolling back protections for student loan borrowers, that's problematic. when you say roll back all these regulations and not talk about specifically what regulations you are rolling back, that's disingenuous at best. >> richard brings up a great point. i will give you the last word. >> it's been six months into the term. it hasn't been a long time. he has four years. he has on the path to eight years because the democratic party doesn't have a message going forward. the details will be forthcoming. you will see the president's tax plan -- >> i think the american people are looking for them right now. that's the argument we're making. >> i keep giving you both the last word because you keep making great points. great to see you. >> thank you. the left slamming anthony scaramucci for his ties to wall street. what's so wrong with being a success story? maria bartiromo is here to discuss that next. come on in, maria.
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>> democrats an mainstream media already on the attacks slamming scaramucci for his wall street success. >> let me explain what scaramucci does for a living. he ran a fund of funds. when you run a fund of funds, it is somebody who basically raises -- takes hedge fund money and kind of distributes it. he's going out and raising money. he will walk into a pension fund and go invest 100 million dollars with me, hey, let's
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go -- he's basically a salesman. okay? >> thanks donny. the dnc taking it even further saying today the swamp grew even bigger as wall street continues to move into the white house. anthony scaramucci is a long time wall street financier who called himself an ambassador for the hedge fund industry and admitted he is quote an out of touch elitist. why are they knocking him for financial success? here to weigh in sunday morning futures host maria bartiromo. you know wall street and him. talk to us. >> it didn't sound like they knew what they were talking about in terms of running a fund of funds. i don't think they understood what scaramucci did. there's nothing wrong with success. okay? success should be celebrated. that's the greatness of this country. that you can start from nothing and work really hard, perhaps get a little luck, and achieve great success. so it's all good. look, i think this is a very good choice for this role. number one, is because anthony scaramucci believes in the president's agenda. he believes in lower taxes, in smaller government, lower regulations, and economic growth.
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and he expects what he's seen on wall street in terms of running a business. he knows that in terms of lower taxes and smaller government, lower regulations, that will move the -- >> didn't you have him on your show a few years ago? >> a lot. >> he was pretty critical of the president? >> you are right. at that time he was raising money for scott walker and then he was running money for jeb bush. so he was against donald trump. donald trump at that time during the campaign was slamming hedge fund managers, the rich, saying -- by the way, they do have a crazy carried interest deduction that is really allowing them to, you know, have a much lower tax rate. so that carry interest, a lot of people believe that should go away. anthony scaramucci i bet believes it as well. >> there's enough hypocrisy to fill an entire bowl of soup going around here. because democrats were more aligned with wall street during this last election than anybody. >> yeah. >> i mean -- so now they are upset that he's a wall street guy and they didn't -- come on there's a huge pile of hypocrisy staring them in the face.
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>> by the way, that interview you mentioned when scaramucci was on my show, i think what to notice was the level of the dow jones industrial average. on the corner of the screen you see the dow at 15,000 something. today it is above 20,000. the stock market has risen since then. it has created 4 trillion dollars in wealth and that is because people are expecting growth. >> maria, do you see the change with anthony scaramucci as part of a turn for the administration? are they going in a different direction? is this the beginning? >> i think they will go in a different direction. number one he believes in the agendas amention -- as i mentioned. it is time to start asking the question does the g.o.p. believe in the agenda? does the g.o.p. want this president to be successful? because of what's going on in healthcare. he's from queens, new york, just like the president. he's not going to take anything from anyone. he's going to believe and put that agenda as a priority and he's going to just say look, this russia hearing on nonevidence is fake news. >> you have a huge showing
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starting in about ten minutes right here on the fox news channel. who do you have coming on the show? >> we will talk to newt gingrich and karl rove about the new communications in the white house, how this will change. we're talking with senator rand paul. you know he was a no from the replacement healthcare bill, from the republicans. what is it going to take to get him to yes? or does he just want the democrats to be in the lead next year? does he actually want the majority to go back to the democrats? i don't know. fair question to ask. >> i'm going to pop some popcorn and watch. >> thank you. >> we will see you. thank you. jenny garth just drove her rv on to our plaza. she's about to share her favorite campfire recipe. >> hope she doesn't get a ticket. pulled up on the curb. [laughter] as moms, we send our kids out into the world, full of hope.
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welcome back. it is summer which means time for a vacation. what better way to travel across america than in an rv. that's hard to say. >> in an rv. and stopping to camp along the way. one of our friends is here to share her favorite campfire recipes as well. actress jenny garth is an ambassador for go rv. she joins us now. good morning. >> i have a little tip for s'more. you fill up these cones that you buy at the grocery store, put your favorite ingredients in it, marshmallows, peanut butter. those are butter scotch. wrap it up in foil. >> that's a great idea. >> put it on the grill. >> that is a great idea. >> thank you. my assistant there. and then it comes out -- >> break apart. >> and it is like healthy -- it is not healthy --
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>> but tasty. >> it is a cone full of love. >> that makes so much sense. >> try it. >> it does make a ton of sense. >> right? >> thank you. >> what we love about you is you are an ambassador but you actually love rv's. they were a part of your wedding. they are a part of your life. >> fun, great way to spend time with your family, make summer memories that you will never forget. i never forget that. >> with your three girls? >> my three daughters. >> one of the earliest memories i have with my grandma is camping. for whatever reason, it sticks with you. >> because you can't just let your kids run free anymore in our day and age. so it's great to be outside with them and riding bikes and jumping in the lake and doing all those fun things. >> jenny, we have showed some rvs earlier on the show that you can purchase. you can also rent rv's. you can rent an rv for the weekend. >> right, no hassle. >> you are going to rent it for one week of the year, take it on the road. >> definitely worth it.
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>> what do we have back here? >> this is a small towable camper, where you can put it behind a small truck, this one specifically. it has everything you need in there. >> it is like a mini house inside. >> really cute. >> you can come out and have barbecue with the roof on top. >> i have something for you. >> you are giving me some tips. take care of yourself. >> take care of yourself. these are boxes by women run companies, eco-friendly companies and we wanted to make sure you have -- >> these are so great. >> mom gift box. >> a fishing gift box. >> there's fishing. >> no one better, jenny garth, great to have you with us. >> thank you very much. ♪ we're both stuck in this cube farm and you're about to hit 'send all' on some embarrassing gas. hey, you bought gas-x®!
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>> nothing better on 100 degree day gathering by a fire >> little s'mores the old fashioned style. >> we had a great show. thanks to jenny garth. tomorrow on the show we will have great guests here. >> have a great sunday, everybody. thanks for joining us. >> thanks, guys. >> good morning. a new senior advisor now in charge of messaging at the white house. the head of an important week for the president and his agenda. good morning i'm maria bartiromo. thanks for joining me. anthony scaramucci now at the helm of president's communication teams. karl rove and newt gingrich on what to expect in the coming days, coming up. will the healthcare bill get to the senate floor this week? will it have enough votes. senator paul rand and james

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