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he graduated in 1989. full-time. heather: finally the ugly, this driver ramming his car into another driver in los angeles at this intersection after taking off the road rage driver took off. he was taken to the hospital and of course to jail. todd: not good. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> a new chief of staff sworn in and incoming communications director escorted out. >> the president announced on twitter that there is no chaos at the white house. >> if you want to see chaos come to my house with three preschoolers this doesn't hold a candle to that. >> general kelly will go down to position of chief of staff. one of the great ever. >> people are getting hammered on obamacare. >> i am like 1,000% with donald trump on this. we should be politically horse whipped if we don't try again. >> the united states ready to respond after shocking reports that united states arsenal could potentially strike anywhere in the u.s. >> america is a goliath.
north korea, they can't each feed their own people. this is a little flea. >> jim gave it his all and then he just kept giving. thank you for your service and your sacrifice. [applause] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ let's get it started ♪ let's get it started in here ♪ let's get it started. >> let's' get started. steve: let's get august started. today is august 1st, 2017. ainsley: we welcome in august. come on in august. todd: that's good camera work, august. steve: ed, you pete, you know,
you have been watching for a very long time. just kind of the dog days of news. there is not a lot going on. usually. not this time. ainsley: there is a lot going on. general kelly was sworn in as the new chief of staff yesterday as you know. and anthony scaramucci lost his job. pete: did you your research. steve: on day one yesterday. john kelly brought in his aides and said he will impose military discipline on the west wing boy do they need it. they have got a full plate. got to worry about north korea, russia, iraq, syria and to revive a stalled legislative agenda. pete: of course. a lot of people looking at what happened on capitol hill and white house affect it president trump tweeting about the way the white house is
perceived right now. the highest stock market ever. best economic numbers in years, unemployment lowest in 17 years. wages rising. border secure. supreme court which is a huge one, no white house chaos. ainsley: are you sure he doesn't mean south korea? pete: i had to think about that. ainsley: those folks down in the south see sc and that's first thought then i read closer yes it's supreme court. something everyone is praising him for. steve: if you are reading the "new york times" you see chaos. exgeneral leads broad shakeup at the white house. wrote at the end of that tweet chaos. sarah huckabee sanders was asked about the white house chaos yesterday right up front of the white house gaggle. >> 10 days ago anthony scaramucci was introduced as the new white house communications director. 10 days later is he out of the
job. the president announced on twitter that there is no chaos at the white house. how would you describe what has happened over the course of the past 10 days. obviously you will agree with your boss, the president, that there is no chaos. how do you explain that not to be the case? >> i think it's pretty simple. i have said it before. if you want to see chaos come to my house with three preschoolers. just to be clear that's not an open invitation to come to my house. if you want to schedule baby-sitting time, i will be happy to work that out. ainsley: that is a cute response. that shut everyone up, didn't it? how do you come back with anything. steve: you can't. ainsley: that's so cute. pete: here is the reality. the so-called mainstream media the d.c. establishment types, the democrats. the establishment g.o.p. they keep treating this guy like is he a conventional politician. the reality is, he is not. he is an outsider. a disrupter, a businessman. he believes in cost benefit analysis.
he looks at the military. the same way the american people look at the military. we respect the military. we hold them up. we understand they actually get things done. i'm going to bring in the best of the best in the military to get things done in my white house. this is instincts from a guy who knows how to lead. ainsley: you don't become a general unless have you followed orders all the way up the chain of command. he has done that answered knows that the president is the commander-in-chief. he knows that the president -- she was saying, sarah huckabee sanders was saying all staff was going to report to him first there were reports that in the past that the chief of staff would come to his door at the oval office and look in and say oh, i didn't know he was meeting with so and so and so and so. now that's going to change according to reports that everyone will have to go through general kelly first. steve: there are reports in the "new york times" that apparently jared and ivanka wanted deanna powell who is the deputy national security advisor to be the chief of staff but then when the president said you know, i
would really like john f. kennedy. ainsley: john f. kelly. steve: john f. kelly, thank you. then there are questions suddenly if john f. kelly is there there is a spot at the department of homeland security. if they move jeff sessions over there, took him out of the attorney general thing then the president could put somebody in. pete: the palace intrigue continues. steve: they were asking that yesterday at the press briefing as well. it turns out the president likes everybody he has got right now. >> report that attorney general sessions is being considered for homeland security chief accurate? how soon will that search be complete? how essential is it for the white house to fill that in a quick manner? >> there are no conversation about any cabinet moving in any capacity. the president has 100 percent confidence in his cabinet. ainsley: he has to fill the communications spot and dhs. many are saying kellyanne conway would be good for communications director.
pete: sarah huckabee sanders is not going to go to the podium and say that unless, these days, both the president and general kelly are saying you are cleared to say he has full faith and confidence in his cabinet which was different from what we were hearing for a couple weeks. steve: absolutely. john f. kelly has his full plate because he has got all those international things and also he has got to restart the legislative agenda. yesterday they officially started the tax reform. but, still, the president, he tweeted yesterday, reminding folks you have got to do something about obamacare. he said if if obamacare is hurting people, and it is, why shouldn't it hurt the insurance companies and why should congress not be paying what the public pays? what he is referring to there is the fact that originally when obamacare was passed, chuck grassley made sure that the senator from the great state of iowa, my birth, he said okay, if we are going to inflict this on the whole country, people of congress, members of congress are going to have obamacare, too. but then because the people in
congress and their staff said we can't afford it, they gave them a 70% subsidy. and so the president is threatening for that to go away. pete: that idea is the best and most common sense idea i have heard in a long time. i sat in for brian on his radio. we got a bunch of calls. not a single person in america thinks that congress should play by a second set of rules. put the screws to them. make them feel the pain like everybody else. ainsley: one lady wrote on twitter said we the taxpayers pay 73% of congress and staff premiums. take that bailout away and watch how quickly they fix this debacle. pete: amen. ainsley: cut off those funds. lindsey graham a senator from the great state of south korea agrees. -- state of south carolina agrees. >> we should be politically horse whipped if we don't try again. the best idea we haven't even brought up. take all the money under obamacare and block grant it back to the states that ends single pair healthcare.
the government closest to the people is the best government. the healthcare closest to the people is the best healthcare. steve: okay, so there he is. he touched on real briefly. block grant the money back to the states. have the states go ahead and figure out what to do about it. also apparently, rand paul yesterday talked to the president of the united states about his plan, which essentially would allow different organizations to let people all across the country form as different organizations. ainsley: like aarp. steve: to get lower rates. mitch mcconnell said time to move on. a lot of people don't want to move it on. ainsley: i read about that. rand paul said he talked on the phone with the president. he said they have come up with a plan they could use executive action, executive order to, let's say, you are retired, you are a member of the aarp. and you as an individual or you as a small business want to negotiate a lower price for your premium, you can do that. steve: the beauty of this is the fact you don't have to go through congress. rand paul is suggesting you
can do it, mr. president, through executive action. because, and mike huckabee knows this and he was on the channel yesterday, there simply are some republicans who are not on the president's team, and that's not good for the president. >> i think a lot of those guys need to go. i like a lot of them personally. but, you know, look, one of the reasons i'm for term limits. the longer they stay the more atamped they are to the institutions of the elitist insider's game of washington. the less they are attached to the passions of the people they need to be serving. pete: that's what we saw. that's why there is so much frustration on the senate floor as much as people may have liked him in the past. it's the chumminess with chuck schumer. we can all be friends. if you are crossing the aisle to undo your own agenda. that's probability of when you looked at people in the eye and said i'm going to repeal and replace obamacare. now are not. you are part of the swamp right now and getting along in a way that is not helping the agenda of the president. ainsley: when i heard him say
that i thought of nancy pelosi. we have talked about her. she has been in for a long time. many people saying it's time for new blood and new opinions. pete: she is a master legislator though. ainsley: they have been in office for so long. is he suggesting we should have the term limits. pete: i love it. ainsley: and they should be shorter. steve: they get sweetheart deals that a lot of us don't even realize and now the president is saying do your job, get something done or i'm going to do it myself. pete: i like it. steve: 6:11. pete: sends us your thoughts on it was. should they stick around and get it done or move on. jillian: we have a number of breaking news stories, guys. starting with a fox news alert. two u.s. soldiers injured when their helicopter goes down in isis hot bed in eastern afghanistan. those soldiers suffering minor injuries after mechanical issue brought down their black hawk in nangahar province.
that group claimed responsibility for the attack in kabul yesterday and where the u.s. dropped the mother of all bombs in april. to another alert, disturbing new video showing what happens when you defy a dictator. two opposition leaders from venezuela abducted from their homes, shoved into suvs and taken away. just look at this video on your screen. they were opposing the sham election giving venezuelan president nickler unlimited power. the trump administration unleashing new sanctions aimed at the country's vital oil industry freezing any assets he may have in the u.s. and banning americans from doing business with him. an american hero gets the military's highest award for laying his life on the line for saving fellow soldiers in vietnam. president trump awarding first medal of honor to former army medic jim mclouann. he still ran 100 yards through enemy fire nine times to save
those men. >> he gave it his all, and then he just kept giving. jim fought with all of the love and courage in his soul. he was prepared to lay down his life so his brothers in arms could live theirs. jillian: now typically a medal of honor is given within five years but thanks to new legislation he became eligible. ainsley: i'm sur how important t is to do this now. pete: one times, two times, nine times what does it say about that? steve: he was on the show a month ago when he said he would be recognized. his wifhe said my wife says -- pete: god speed, it's amazing. moving on to a fox news alert. just how fast north korea
could attack the u.s. just heard a missile could hit new york or chicago in a couple of minutes. steve: i don't like that. this rover is ready to explore mars. first stopping by "fox & friends" to take you inside. ainsley: i didn't know it was that big. pete: i want to drive that. ainsley: of course you do. millions of you are online right now,
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but we will take care of them. we will take care of them very well. we will handle north korea. we're going to be able to handle them. it will be handled. we handle everything. steve: that's what people want to hear the president of the united states yesterday in the roosevelt room talking about how we are going to do something, we're going to handle north korea. this on the heels of the fact that they successful apparently tested a missile on friday. and when you take a look at this new icbm intercontinental ballistic missile, when you realize it could actually reach new york city in 38 minutes, that's a little terrifying. ainsley: at first we heard alaska, then hawaii hawaii then we are learning the lower 48. north korea has the nuclear capability. president trump sending a message to china north korea's biggest ally that they're not doing enough. we are going to enforce sanctions.
nikki haley piggybacked on that. pete: they have a missile that could reach the united states. they don't have the ability to put a nuclear bomb on top of it. when they combine those two together we know they have nuclear technology and capability to deliver it that's when it becomes existential for us. that's what he needs to preserve his regime. it's not just a bomb in north korea it's the ability to deliver it to the united states. that's what the trump administration knows they have to protect against. steve: absolutely. here is kristin fisher our correspondent talking to the vice president about what we might be able to do next. >> all options are on the table. nuclear weapons are in the hands of a rogue regime in north korea represent a threat to nations in the region. now we know a threat to the united states of america. steve: that's existential threat you were talking about. however, here's the thing. they have been donthey have don. they rolled out the analysis. upon reentry the mock war head
actually shattered which means they haven't perfected how to do this. so, it is a set back but, none the less, they are just not as far as long as we thought they have a missile to get it so far they haven't figured out the war head. pete: they keep making progress and the sanctions haven't worked. general dunford said it may be a matter of months before we have to take some military action on this. waiting only makes the problem worse as we have seen in other regimes that seek nuclear power. ainsley: we won't even have a congress if this happens. we will be wiped out. this is the most important issue right now facing our country in many people's opinions. this is when it's time for president trump to get tough and he just put a general as his chief of staff. brilliant move. pete: yep. you have h.r. mcmaster and general kelly. serious about it. ainsley: our president was talking about past administrations, diplomacy. that's not going to work when you are talking to north korea. they have a mission to kill us.
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steve: all right. 24 minutes after the top of the hour. quick headlines. all clear after a security scare at the world's largest naval station. naval station in norfolk, virginia put on partial lockdown over reports of unauthorized scuba diver in the area. choppers, boats, other personnel searched for hours but they didn't find a diver. and the faa is investigating after a drone came dangerously close to a packed united airlines jet. air traffic control notifying the pilots as they prepared to
land in newark airport across the river from where we are in new jersey. the plane landed safely. no one was hurt. no word on whose drone it was. pete: new revelations in the growing scandal surrounding disgraced former dnc chair woman debbie wasserman shultz and her former i.t. staff. ainsley: there are reports that elm ron awan was lick dagd assets up until the day that he was arrested, trying to fly to pakistan. steve: so is this just more evidence that debbie wasserman shultz needs to testify? here to weigh in is the author of a brand new book that comes out today called "the big lie" conservative book writer and filmmaker dinesh d'souza. >> good morning. steve: it's amazing none of the other channels is covering this story because it clearly is a scandal. the fact this i.t. guy and his family worked for a bunch of democratic members of congress. they all fired this guy back in february when it was clear that something was amiss.
she didn't fire him, debbie wasserman shultz, until after he was arrested at dulles airport trying to flee the fle e country. >> in the old days they covered the news and might foment on the opinion page there was certain kind of distinction. few if there is a story that's embarrassing from the left they ignore it. pretend it doesn't exist. that's clearly troubling. there is more to this story than we know. we not only have the conduct of awan himself but the unbelievable protective cover that debbie wasserman shultz was throwing around him. you remember the video of her berating the police chief basically saying how dare you investigate this. you have no right. there will be consequences not for him but for you. so, there is more here. and i think we need to get to the bottom of it. pete: you mentioned that clip. we will play it real quick. take a listen. >> if a member loses equipment. >> yes. >> and it is found by the
capitol police and staff. and it is identified as that member's equipment and the member is not associated with any case, and that is their equipment, it is supposed to be returned. yes or no? >> depends on the circumstances. >> under my understanding, the capitol police were not able to confiscate member's equipment when the member is not under investigation, it is their equipment and it is supposed to be returned. i think you are violating the rules when you conduct your business that way. there will be consequences. pete: she wants her equipment back. >> from the press' point of view, you know, there is so much smoke about hypothetical scandals involving trump there may have been this and there may have been actual scandals where there is red meat and things to investigate are left on the shelf. ainsley: it locks inticious if she wants the equipment back and going to great links to get that equipment back found in his garage, destroyed hard drives and she worked for him. what is she trying to cover up. it looks suspicious. do you think she will testify?
>> i don't know if she will testify. the republicans, i think, are in the driver's seat here. i think they should make her testify and get to the bottom of this. you never know, there could be a whole lot under the surface we don't know about. steve: your new book called "the big lie." it's your 6th book. you are a very busy writer. holy cow. what's interesting about this and we were talking about in the green room about it, explain to me the connection between president andrew jackson and the nazis. >> well, the book uncovers a sort of secret history between fascism and the democratic party and the left. this is important because, as you know, fascism is now the card that is played by the left against trump. trump is a fascist, republicans are the party of fascism. i show that the opposite is true. fascism has always been on the left. i also point out three ideas that hitler got very destructive genocidal ideas from the democratic party. one of them you mentioned. hitler is sitting in landsberg
prison and is he frustrated because they have conquered large parts of asia and africa. and hitler says there is nothing left for us. wait a minute in america the democrats drove the indians off their land, dispossessed them and enslaved them. that's what i'm going to do. i will throw the polls the slovs off their land we settle it with german families. if any of those guys remain we will enslave them. he got his blueprint for european you can say conquest in europe directly from the jack sownian democrats. pete: where did the modern day left get instead president trump is a fascist? is this them turning the tables? >> yeah. before world war ii the left admired moussaoui lien any. jfk had nice things to say about adolf hitler. after the war in naziism got stained with auschwitz the progressive coming to power in media and academia. we don't want this history to
be known. let's see if we can take fascism and move it from the left wing column where it's always belonged into the right wing column. that's the big lie. the big lie is the idea that fascism is a phenomenon of the right, it's not. pete: did you the same thing with your last book. >> yes having knocked out the race card they have come up with the bigger card fascism card. not abandonment of race card. remember, hitler was racist. anti-semite. the race card is back but now inside the umbrella, you may say of the fascist card. ainsley: congratulations, the book "the big lie" exposing the nazi roots of the american left. congratulations. go on amazon and pick it up. steve: thanks dinesh. straight ahead on this tuesday bombshell new report claiming the obama administration changed the rules making it easier for intel community to unmask american citizens caught up in surveillance reports. how is that legal? judge napolitano is here coming up next. ainsley: plus, the brand new
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in the future and a majority party, we have got to go back to traditional conservatism. limited government, economic freedom, individual responsibility, respect for free trade. those are the principles that made us who we are. ainsley: what do you think? has the republican party really lost its way? pete: ho here to react to senator flake's comments fellow g.o.p. marsha blackburn. >> good morning. pete: the allusion there is president trump is a nativism and those who support him are as well. what do you make of that senator's comments. >> i have to tell you i people in my district think it's congress that's lost its way and not the party and not the party principles. it is the members of congress. and they come to d.c. but they don't deliver a product. and what people want to see right now is action. you know, a lady told -- asked me said, i'm a member of the larry the cable guy caucus.
i said really tell me about that? march sharks bette git-r-done. people want this country to get back on the right track. they elected donald trump. my job is to make certain he is the most successful president he can possibly be for the good of the country. ainsley: is there any silver lining in what he had to say. i know it doesn't look like he is being loyal to the republican party. look at the vote count and what happened with repeal and replace. is there a silver lining? does he have a point? democrats are together on this congresswoman. they are loyal to one another. republicans are not together right now. >> that's exactly right. like we were say 31 flavors of republicans right now. and but what we have to realize is the democrats are more institutionalists. we are more individualistic. but what we need to do is rally around, you know, as i say the senate needs to be a
gang of 51. so they can go get something done. pete: absolutely. >> and we want them to do that because it is the expectation. and he does have a point. steve: sure. >> we are not fulfilling our obligation. but we can look at no one and blame no one but ourselves. steve: well, here is the thing. you know, given the fact that, i mean, mr. flake also said that a republican leader who do not call out the president are complicit and they should be ashamed of themselves essentially if they don't. when you look back at the repeal plan last week. it fell apart because there were a number of republicans who have in the past promised their voters and i know you do everything can you for your voters back in tennessee, promise their voters, given the chance, i will repeal and replace. they had the chance, they didn't do it. and that's why people are steamed. >> and people are disgusted. over the weekend, in my district, steve, i have to tell you, time and again, i would hear from people or see people out, when i was working that would say, we are
completely disgusted. and the senate needs to show some spine. they need to come back to the table. they need to pass something and get into conference with us on this healthcare bill. i have constituents whose healthcare costs have tripled 5, 6, 700 percent. they cannot afford the insurance. the marketplace is imploding. they can't see a doctor. something has to be done. ainsley: those are good people. that's down in nashville. >> it is. and they love you there, ainsley. ainsley: when i was there for the book signing she came. that touched me so much. >> we had a great time. ainsley: you are so sweet. >> good to be with you, thank you. ainsley: we will hand it over to jillian who has headline force you us. jillian: let's get you caught up on the search intensifying this morning for dangerous escaped inmate. we are now learning peanut butter helped that criminal and 11 others you see on your screen right now break out of alabama jail. officials say they took peanut butter from sandwiches,
sneered it on a door to the house and changed the door number. they then asked the guard if he could open that door. he thought it was a cell door and accidently let the men out. most of the escapees were recaptured after a few hours. juan brady kilpatrick jailed for drug charges is still on the loose. targeted for patriotism. homeowners in one connecticut neighborhood are now receiving hate mail for flying american flags on their own properties. residents say they are finding anti-american and antigovernment fliers in their mailboxes. >> it is the typical, ignorant flag supporter. clearly they have no patriotism and aren't proud of our country. ainsley: there is no word on who is behind the mail but residents say it will not change the way they feel about their country. so, this isn't what you want to see at your desk, right? watch as this woman pulled a python from behind her computer. oh my gosh. she use as coat hander had
grab the snake before dropping it in a bag and releasing it back in the wild, she and her fellow journalists found the snake crureld up behind a desk monitor. i have had this fear of happening in other markets. the buildings are so old sometimes. everyone can relate. ainsley: i'm sorry i'm looking at you over there. pete: in australia it's called monday. ainsley: they learn that 5 years old in school, right? steve: jillian, thank you. meanwhile the news mars rover is ready for takeoff. it's making a pit stop on "fox & friends" this morning. pete: john mcbride is here to tell us all about it janice? janice: when i saw last night that the mars rover or what could be what we're looking at on mars how long? >> if we got the funding from congress or go ahead we could be back on the moon within say 10 years in mars another three to five years.
janice: what inspired you to become an astronaut. >> john kennedy was one of my inspirations. i loved the rockets and airplanes when i met john kennedy in 1960. he was campaigning in my home state of west virginia. it turned the corner for me. a year later he made the famous we're going to the moon speech. that got my attention. janice: ed our cameraman is already in there. >> this is a prototype. janice: this is what you expect to see on mars. >> best efforts and guess is on the reasoning going on right now what this thing would look like. this is what we came up with. comes in two pieces. this is a laboratory section in the back and front will drive away from the rear on the surface of mars and do looner sampling and bring it back to the lab. janice: it's going to be on the intrepid. >> it will be on the intrepid the rest of the week on the river. we need an inspiration to the
young kids like me when i met john kennedy to go forward and make the trip to mars. we don't think that person that walks on mars is 10 and 15. that person is in fifth grade. janice: i love. this you will be on the plaza with us all morning long. i will get in here in the 8:00 hour. stay tuned. thank you for inspiring a new generation of astronauts. >> thank you. janice: how exciting is this the mars rover is on our plaza guys. that's crazy. steve: i wonder if it gets the same miles per hour on earth as on mars. pete: less gravity? ainsley: don't ask me. steve: might not use gas. who knows. ainsley: write us if you are a scientist and you know the answers to steve's questions. anthony scaramucci is out as white house communications director after 10 days. what does corey lewandowski think about that move? we'll ask him in the next hour. pete: bombshell new report claims the obama administration changed the rules and made it easier to
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who possessed raw intelligence data in any one of the government's 17 agencies that it recognizes publicly as being intelligence agencies to share it with anybody else. that was extremely novel and it probably triggered the unmasking of then president-elect trump and general flynn. we now learned just last night that back in 2013, general clapper, the director of national intelligence secretly authorized members of congress to be unmasked by administrative officials who needed to know who was participating in the conversation. raw intelligence data person a talking to person b. they can't figure out who it is and a unmask and then b unmasked. unmasking, pardon me, is only lawful if it's done for national security purpose. if it's done for a political purpose, it's a felony. this is something that bob mueller should be investigating because the
unmasking goes back deep into the obama administration in an effort to embarrass president trump and his allies in congress. steve: rand paul and lindsey graham both feel that they have been surveilled and they have asked the government about it have you got to explain why it looks like to some that these names were unmasked for political benefit, which is as wrong as it gets. >> judge: well, when the unmasking occurs and you see anonymously sourced information in the "the washington post" or the "new york times," then you know that a person who possessed raw intelligence data, classified material, even confidential secret or top secret. committed a felony by releasing that to the media in order to embarrass, humiliate, challenge. steve: that's a felony right there. >> absolutely. you know, you really never know who did. this justice scalia once told me believed firmly that the court was being surveilled and worried that some of them would be unmasked. >> he didn't use the word
unmasking. we didn't know the word at the time. he was concerned that the court's enemies had access to what justices were disgusting at the supreme court. conversations that are suppose supposed to be in secret and theta moob released. ainsley: what the dangers here? why should the american public care about this? >> the american public has come to believe that the government listening to everything we say. this is a listening device. we all carry these and captures every stroke offer every mobile device and every laptop is for our own safety. the american public buys it. i may reject it and you may reject it but the american public accepts it. when the people who is he says this information have the ability to use to harm us not to protected us. pete: or to benefit themselves politically. >> correct. it's extremely dangerous. one of the gravest threats to democracy in the modern era. the surveillance is of everyone all the time couldn't trust everyone who has all this raw data. apparently not.
ainsley: is there is a chance they were listening to president trump during the campaign listening to every word? and is there a point where they will release his transcripts from the phone conversation. >> there is not a chance that they were listening. it is certain that they were listening. steve: right. >> who knows if they will release the transcripts. but the intelligent community has them. and the people in the obama administration whom jim clapper authorized to do the unmasking who are no longer in the government, they have them. pete: shared it. steve: judge nawpght doesn't need coffee if you ask him about unmasking it is so infuriating for all of us. >> i haven't had my first expresso yet. pete: thanks, judge. >> you're welcome. steve: this illegal alien was deported 20 times. nobody stopped him. now is he charged with more horrific crimes. is the state of oregon doing more to protect i'll legals than its own residents? next guest says yes. pete: men actually do more grocery shopping than women. are they getting the credit they deserve?
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us now. this blows the behind of average american citizens deported came back 19 times and not notified came back from prison the 20th time. how is this happening and what can we do about it. >> it's happening by the activist judges and county commissioner that are actually not providing information to ice when these guys come in and when they get out. worse than that. it's -- they are actually smuggling these guys out of the courtrooms. back in march we had a judge that had a dui case before her and that dui case the man pled guilty and she knew ice was on the other side of the door so she smuggled him out through her chambers and out a back door of the courthouse. steve: patrick, you say oregon's elected democrats are playing chicken with the trump administration on the sanctuary cities thing. how so? >> well, they are openly defying what the trump administration has said. and there is this giant movement here in oregon. i know it's elsewhere, too.
but it's especially here. this resist movement. and the stakes are just too high. if that sanctuary city rule that the trump administration has said is coming out that they are going to defund the cities and states that behave like, this we have a lot to lose. to put it in perspective it's about a third of our federal funding. steve: sure. >> that's funding that we send to the feds in taxes and comes back in terms of programs and services, things like medicare and medicaid and food stamps and grants. that target specifically the poor and the elderly. and that could go away. >>: patrick, the trump administration is saying if you don't start telling these folks they can't go through the judge's chambers they have to go through the front door and notified with ice you will lose your federal funding. >> that's what i understand. steve: a crazy situation. pete: notify the feds if someone is illegal and been here 19 times. steve: patrick sheehan thank you for joining us with this story. >> i appreciate it.
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white house communications director escorted out. >> the president announced on twitter that there is no chaos at the white house. >> if you want to see chaos, come to my house with three preschoolers. this doesn't hold a candle to that. >> two u.s. soldiers injured when a helicopter goes down in eastern afghanistan. those soldiers suffering minor injuries. >> people getting hammered on obamacare. i'm 1,000% with donald trump on this. we should be politically horse whipped if we don't try again. >> just how fast should north korea. we heard a missile could hit u.s. or chicago in a matter of
minutes. >> all options are on the table. >> watchdog group says it's time to investigate debbie wasserman shultz after her aid was arrested trying to flea flee the country. >> so much hype about hypothetical scandals trump and actual scandals where there is red meat and things to investigate are left on the shelf. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ we going to let it burn, burn, burn, burn ♪ going to let it burn, burn, burn steve: oh, man. ainsley: what do you think when you hear that song? steve: burn, burn, burn? ainsley: the fire trucks in new york city that my daughter loves. pete: i think of salvation and not burning.
ainsley: august hottest month. steve: welcome aboard. do you know who got burned yesterday? that man right there anthony scaramucci is out, the headline in the "new york post." va-mooch. if you come out here quickly i will show you my favorite headline of the day. it's not "the new york post." it is the daily news. adios whe moochacho. pete: appeared one of the first actions of the new collaboration between president trump and general kelly. based on reports, you mentioned this ainsley, everyone will be reporting inside the white house to general kelly as the chief of staff. steve: including ivanka and jared as well. there is a story in the "new york times" that apparently ivanka and jared had suggested for a new chief of staff that the president recruit deanna powell who is the deputy
national security advisor. but he said, you know what? i would really like john f. kelly instead. there is also a story in that same "new york times" that said that ivanka and jared essentially wanted scaramucci to squeeze out reince priebus. so he was brought on board to get rid of reince. but then you think about it, the president of the united states could fire his chief of staff then reince priebus any time he wanted to. didn't need scaramucci to do that. ainsley: having a general in that position, they are very disciplined. you don't have a four star general unless you take orders from other people. you start at the bottom. you work your way up. you please a lot of people to get that huge title. now he will be working for the commander-in-chief. i think together they will have a strong, discipline -- a strong work ethic and hopefully things will -- go ahead. pete: i'm sorry. will be successful. he also delivered. he has been a successful dhs secretary on the border. he was a successful commander
of southern command there he was part of the iraq surge as a marine commander. this is a guy who knows how to get things done. president trump respects that he channels the american people. the american people respect the military as president trump always has. this is the institution we should revere. let's bring them in to make it happen. steve: on his first day john f. kelly called in all of the white house staff and said i will impose a military sensibility here to bring order to it. it's interesting though, the "new york times" exgeneral leads broad shakeup. scaramucci ousted. assured of sweeping powers, kelly pushes to quell chaos. you will hear that word chaos a lot during the resuscitation of what happened yesterday. president trump tweeted this out and mentioned chaos in the mainstream media. ainsley: highest stock market ever. best economic numbers in years. unemployment lowest in 17 years. wages rising. border secure, supreme court, no white house chaos.
pete: chaos is a journalism word as editorial world, right? steve: chaos means like the white house is falling downstairs. pete: sarah huckabee sanders had a nice way of making sense of what real chaos looked likes a opposed to the white house. take a listen. >> 10 days ago anthony scaramucci was introduced as the new white house communications director. 10 days later he is out of a job. the president announced on twitter that there is no chaos at the white house. how would you describe what has happened over the past of ce of the past 10 days. how would you explain that not to be the case? >> i have said it before, if you want to see chaos come to my house with three preschoolers. this doesn't hold a candle to that. just to be clear, that's not an open invitation to come to my house. [laughter] if you guys want to schedule baby-sitting time, i will be
happy to work that out. ainsley: here's the thing. he has been in office for six months. we all expected, if you take a new position and you don't have any experience in politics, people are going to change occasionally. after six months he realizes, okay, this is working, this is not working. i'm going to make some adjustments. i'm going to make some changes. the liberal media has been saying the white house has been in chaos for six months. maybe they will start reporting that things are getting better. steve: between keep in mind as well. the president brought reince priebus on board. and he has been a disrupter, the president of the united states with his campaign and everything else. and the people who got him elected, essentially, a core group of people. you know who they are. but then once he got the nomination, then he brought in all the rnc people and it kind of got more establishmentee. and in fact when reince priebus was made the chief of staff, it was suggested that the main thing he was there for was to make sure that stuff got done up on capitol hill. so, is it a coincidence that
last week the senate said no, we are done, we can't pass healthcare, next thing you know reince priebus is looking for work. pete: that's a perfect point. the so-called mainstream media, the democrats, the establishment republicans. steve: simply look, you were there to do a job, you didn't couldn't do. i will get somebody who can. pete: they keep treating this guy like conventional politician. is he outsider. disrupter, a businessman. is he going to try something. if it doesn't work he is going to fix it and take another approach. that's what this dawn is and healthcare is not dead. initiatives are not dead. but to read headlines like that in the "new york times" where it says chaos. that's not reporting. that's editorializing. it's very different from what folks who are inside this white house say about what's happening. especially with general kelly in charge who is coming in to say we're going to make things happen. i'm the chief of the satisfy. the staff is going to report to me. i'm not going to change president trump because that's what got us here. we're going to move forward in a new day. ainsley: president has a message for congress.
if you don't get this passed no more subsidies. they are getting 73% break. steve: i want a 73% break. ainsley: they are getting 73% break and the president tweeted about it he said if obamacare is hurting people and it is, why shouldn't it hurt the insurance companies and why should congress not be paying what public pays? steve: right. also. apparently there are two other plans. lindsey graham is going to be with us in a little while. apparently the cbo is scoring his plan, which he will explain block grants money and sends it back to the states. apparently yesterday senator rand paul called the president of the united states and said hey, i have got this idea. did you realize have you executive authority where you could go ahead and allow people to break into big groups to essentially negotiate down lower prices? i don't know if the president had heard that before. but rand paul now says the president has got the authority. if congress isn't going to do anything, he can do it with a pen and a phone. ainsley: it puts power in the people's hands. and they are not regulated by big government when that
happens. for instance, if you are a member of aarp and you have retired, can you get a group together, small businesses or individuals. you can get a group together and negotiate a better deal, a better plan with obamacare with your insurance to drop the rates. that's amazing. pete: of course. you want the true repeal and replace which is what republicans have promised all along. any incremental step on free market reforms where markets work and prices come down as a result is a good plan. these plans are moving the ball down that field. ainsley: we asked you guys what you thought. do you want to read some emails? steve: i want to read herb's tweet. they had 8 years to plan for this. they have broken every promise to voters they have made every one. referring to members of congress. pete: that's right. mary lowe tweeted this take away their healthcare to members of congress and benefits. then they will term limit themselves. i like that. ainsley: tracy tweeted and she said give us a plan. let us all read it please ask for help. stop arguing and pointing
fingers and go to work. pete: i'm telling you if we can get the rules to apply to members of congress just like the american people, they will suddenly get things done when they feel the hurt. like the same idea. give v.a. healthcare to every single member of congress and see how soon v.a. gets cleaned up. right now they live on a whole another planet. steve: i was talking to a staff member of somebody who works up on capitol hill. they were horrified that their insurance because it's subsidized would go up 75% well it's kind of like well we didn't want it to begin with, but we were forced to get obamacare. it's a stink bomb. ainsley: if you don't want it, have you got to pay the penalty. steve: cannot afford to use it cannot afford to buy it. pete: tell me who is unconcerned about that member of congress not concerned about healthcare. american people voted to send them there to do something and didn't do anything about it sorry. boom. steve: he just did a mike drop right there. ainsley: jillian, people in nashville coming up later
saying we want larry the cable guy option. jillian: git-r-done. we have a lot of news to get to this morning. start now with a fox news alert. two u.s. soldiers injured when their helicopter goes down in isis hot bed in eastern afghanistan. those soldiers suffering minor injuries after a mechanical issue brought down their black hawk in nangahar province. that region where the u.s. dropped the mother of all bombs in april. also breaking right now, the united states ready to respond aftershocking reports that north korea's arsenal could potentially strike anywhere in the u.s. our military is set to test launch a new missile as early as tomorrow. north korean dictator kim jong un claims last week's missile test proves the u.s. is no longer safe from attack. vice president mike pence responding in a one-on-one interview with our kristin fisher overnight. >> all options are on the table. nuclear weapons in the hands of a rogue regime in north
korea represent a threat to nations in the region and now we know a threat to the united states of america. jillian: the pentagon says north korea's latest test was the longest flight of any north korean missile to date. crackdowns on sanctuary cities drawing major protests in texas. hundreds expected to march today defying president trump's efforts to keep illegal criminals off our streets. ice working toward that same goal and now teaming up with law enforcement. signing up for a new program that gives them the authority to perform certain functions as federal immigration agents. and let the games begin. the summer olympics are coming to the u.s. >> 2028 we are bringing the games back to l.a. jillian: president trump celebrating the successful bid to bring the games to los angeles saying, quote, for the first time in a generation the olympics are coming back to the united states and i'm proud to support l.a. 2028. last time the summer games
were held on american soil, atlanta in 1996. it always amazes me how far out cities put in their bids and how far out the destination is picked. steve: they have to build roads and stadiums. they have got to print t-shirts. ainsley: yea t-shirts. steve: all right, jillian. thank you. nancy pelosi giving herself a pat on the back. >> let me just say this, self-promotion is a terrible thing but somebody's got to do it. i am a master legislator. steve: fantastic. our next guest says she is totally clueless and he is a lifelong democrat. you won't want to miss his assessment coming up. ainsley: ladies, listen up. survey says that men do more grocery shopping than women. time to get the credit that they deserve. pete: i'm going to need to see the details. ainsley: got the male producers wrote that to you. ♪
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>> the situation we are in, i am a master legislator. i feel very confident about the support i have in my caucus. >> what are the chances democrats win back to the house in 2018 and, if so, will you run for speaker? >> that's so unimportant. what is important is that we have the lively debate on a better deal. steve: oh, people are having a debate about her. she may be giving herself a pat on the back. but our next guest, a democrat, is calling out nancy pelosi as, quote, totally clueless will what her party must do to win. here who explain former cia officer and lifelong democrat brian dean wright. brian, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: why is nancy pelosi clueless? >> oh, where do we start? how much time do you have? >> here's the bottom line. right now, americans view democrats as out of touch. 67% of americans, in fact. and that translates to the fewest number of democrats being elected on a state and
federal level since the 1920s. steve: right. >> so clearly something isn't working. something isn't measuring with what the american people want and what the democratic party is giving. and the fact that she can't see that i think, is deeply troubling. steve: sure, you look at president trump, brian, he won with a simple message. he was going to make america great again. was concerned about jobs. he was concerned about immigration and trade. yet, when you look at what nancy pelosi is talking about, she is essentially talking about the same stuff that hillary clinton ran on and lost. >> well, that's precisely the point. look, you mentioned something earlier this morning which is this. trump came in promising to blow up washington, d.c. he basically said, look, our country has problems. and the problems that we face aren't because of any other reason than d.c. politicians who are getting in the way of solving these tough issues. all right? now, what did democrats do? after hearing that message. after having our, you know, standard bearer, hillary clinton lose that election, we are doubling down, having a career politician, nancy
pelosi and schumer, come forward to the american people with this idea, this initiative called a better deal, that's repackaging, all of proposals. does that make sense had a huge election focused on change with a couple career repackaging clinton proposals. ask it doesn't make sense. steve: nancy pelosi doesn't want to leave her job. she thinks some day she will be speaker again and she must remain in the chair until that day. >> yeah. well, that's a problem. because if we do that if we allow the folks who are currently in office to stay there, the american people are going to look at us and say, hey, do you have a credible voice? we hear your message. we hear you talk about pharmaceutical drug prices where we want to lower those prescription drug prices. but do you have the critical voice and credible voice? we believe you. i will give you an example. lastian january, the democrats try to push this bill to lower prescription drug prices.
14 democratic senators said no thank you. steve: such a good point. thank you very much. check out his op-ed about nancy pelosi being clueless. brian dean wright, we thank you very much. all right. corey lewandowski has been observing the past week regarding anthony scaramucci and corey is next. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right. twith choices like the classicr. crab lover's dream and new favorites like dueling crab legs with dungeness and snow crab. it's happening right now right here at crabfest. red lobster. now this is seafood.
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ainsley: corey lewandowski served as former donald trump campaign manager and he joins us now to react. good morning to you. >> good morning. ainsley: thanks for joining us on the set. steve: you are here. ainsley: i know the president has been so loyal to people on his staff, including you. and he is known for this. do you think he will find a place for anthony scaramucci. >> i think. so i think anthony scaramucci has been a person who has been a steadfast supporter of this president both during the campaign, during the transition and now during the administration. there is a lot of jobs out there in the administration. and the communications director wasn't the right role for him. but my guess is the president will find a spot for him somewhere. pete: if you turn on any channel today it's chaos, chaos, chaos. what is the relate story night the white house. >> the wheel story inside the white house is clear. general kelly has come in. is he going to change. is he going to pivot. is he going to make sure that he is the chief of staff. not the chief of the president. is he going to bring that staff together. they are going to work in a fashion which is commensurate with what a general is used to which is order and making sure
that the president's agenda is moving forward. the only people that are talking about this. the mainstream media they want to talk about the chaos inside the white house. they don't want to talk about what's actually going out in the real world which is the stock market is through the roof, right? businesses are growing. we need to get tax reform done. everyone in middle america is going to be better off in the trump administration than the clinton administration. let's take the focus and the spotlight off the administration and small changes taking place and put 'back on america which is what really needs. ainsley: that's not a reality show. >> if anything president trump delivers ratings better than anybody. steve: corey, there is an item in the front page of the "new york times" today that says follow me, folks, because have you got to connect a lot of dots. it says jared and jawnk brought scaramucci on board to get rid of reince. scaramucci liked his comments initially about reince but realized it was received so badly he had to get squeezed out. anything to that? >> i think sarah huckabee
sanders talked about it yesterday. the type of language that anthony used in that article that he talked to on, with the reporter is really inappropriate. i think the administration looked at that and said this is probably not the right thing for us. now, anthony, look, he is unapologetic in your face kind of guy. i know the mooch very well. i like the guy. he is that new york tough kind of guy. there is the type of respect that you need to have particularly -- it wasn't just against reince priebus but also steve bannon was targeted in that. you have to remember these are your colleagues you have to work with every day. difficult to call someone out and show up to work the next day. steve: why was reince priebus fired. >> i think the president wants to have the opportunity to have his agenda moved forward. by bringing general kelly in. steve: because he didn't get anything done. >> i think the president's frustration was probably with the amount of leaking coming from the white house. and at the end of the day, and i have been there, steve, the top of the food chain, the person on the top of this is going to be responsible for everything that happened down further. and if reince couldn't control
the leaks and those leaks continue to permeate. he is the one ultimately responsible. general kelly was brought in to make sure those leaks don't continue. ainsley: anthony scaramucci indicated in two of his leaks anthony scaramucci would be the leaker. is that why he was ousted. or the timing of this, healthcare, repeal and replace did not pass. the straight repeal did not pass. and then all of a sudden the chief of staff is out. >> i don't ever think it's just one thing when it comes to the president, right? it's a compilation of things. it's the totality of the circumstances. and if you look at what it was, the president for the last couple weeks who has talked about the need to make a change. he waited for the healthcare vote to happen. that healthcare vote was unsuccessful, which is something that the administration wanted to get done. the repeal bill. that didn't happen. so what that means was let's look at a new opportunity to go forward. let's bring somebody else in who is going to reenergize my team and move in the same direction. pete: your commentary has emphasized ultimately let trump be trump. ultimately everyone should be reporting to the chief of staff.
as opposed to having back chanelsd. it's reported that's what's going to happen. do you believe that that will happen? >> here's what i think. i think we have got a four star general taking command to the white house. this is a person who literally went and took over fallujah, right? this guy is a no joke no games kind of guy. is he going to walk into that staff. is he going to say everybody, whether you are the chief strategist or chief cook and bottle washer, you now report to me. my leadership style. my management style is you will still have access to the president is my guess. i haven't spoken to general kelly. i want to understand what's going on. if there are going to be policies and procedures that affect the american people. i want to be aware of it and have the opportunity to weigh in on those if that's what i want to do. as the chief of staff, is he going to oversee that staff. i don't think is he going to look to change donald trump because that would be a mistake. donald trump has been successful at everything he has done for the last 40 years whether it's real estate. whether it's books, whether it's television. whether it's running for the first time or his kids. no one wants to change donald trump. >> you have to let trump be trump. do you have to have the right
staff around him to give him the ability to be successful. steve: exit question, communications director, some have suggested, kellyanne conway, jason miller, there is a suggestion maybe they will leave it open for a while or kelly might bring somebody from the department of homeland security. do you want to say anything about this? >> look, i think any of those would be good choices. i think it's up to the general to decide who is best to work for his team. i would caution them on this. it has to be someone who understands the trump communication side of things. what i mean by that is how the president communicates. steve: kellyanne would be great. >> kellyanne is great at what she does jason is a friend of mine. i think he would be cautious. i would caution them to bring someone in from the outside and never had a relationship and saying they are going to be the communications director to control the president. the president doesn't need to be controlled. set greatest communicator we have ever had. pete: it's not controlling it's channeling. steve: thank you very much. >> thank you. pete: there is new attorney general in town and jeff sessions says it's okay to use
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isn't that attempting it's so amazing. ainsley: jillian has head lines for us. jillian: good mornings you guys and to you at home as well. a member of the violent ms-13 gang is now behind bars. one of the five men nabbed in arizona for illegally entering the u.s. border patrol says the honduran national has history of burglary and immigration violations. he now faces federal criminal charges for reentering the country as a felon. this latest arrest comes days after president trump vowed to destroy the ms-13 gang. the p.c. police melting down after justice department calls illegal immigrants illegal. the doj now using the term illegal aliens in official statements. the first example showing up when the justice department announced stricter rules for sanctuary cities. immigration advocates called the word illegal racial slur opting for undocumented immigrant instead. a pilot is hailed a hero for
plane blind after golf ball size hail demolishes the cockpit window. passengers screaming and gripping their seats as the a packed jet made emergency landing in turkey the nose completely crumbled. the captain award the the national medal of courage. none of the 127 passengers were hurt. amazing. there may be more mr. mom than we think. >> clean up and throw down. >> i'm sorry. i'm sorry. >> keny, didn't i tell you not to touch the grapefruit. jillian: men's health survey reports 80% of men think they do most of the grocery shopping for their family. here's the catch. only men were surveyed. huh? industry report states only 41% of men are the main shoppers. so back outside. i don't know what you guys think of that. pete: i support it. steve: i do 100 percent of the shopping when it's a man at
our house. usually actually my wife does more of the shopping. pete: does the liquor store count as shopping? steve: no. that's medicine. pete: that's medicine. steve: just kidding. ainsley: that's because the women are working so hard, right? we don't have time to do the shopping anymore. steve: did you realize americans throw out 11 million tons of old furniture they are not using anymore. ainsley: why not give old furniture a new look? pete: amy howard from ace hardware. which i love. went to ace my entire life. tell me about it? >> thank you for having me back. i'm excited to be able to show you this reveal because we are ending summer. we are getting ready to head back to school. going to have a lot of kids going back to college. this was a desk we got for $10. ainsley: wow. steve: this half of it looks like it. >> if you see with my one step paint it allows to you easily transform this piece with just cleaning it you don't have to sand it, strip or prime. look at the different surface areas. look at this chair.
we were able to paint the fabric as well. steve: what? isn't that fabulous? janice: that's paint? >> one step paint we put on top of it. steve: that's not going to come off on your pants. >> we also sell the stencil. when you are dyi. ace hardware has all the things to get it for especially my one step paint. janice: where do you get something for 10 bucks? >> yard sale. craigslist. all those places. steve: let's do some do it yourself stuff. >> everybody, especially ainsley and i were talking about. it's like i don't know that i can do this. yes, you can. this is all you have to do. all you have to do is clean it. so this is just some clean slate. i'm going to go on top of it i want to get all the grease and grime off of that piece. >> what is that product? works beautifully. >> it's a miracle it will take everything off. >> did we put our paint over there? >> yes, ma'am.
>> so ainsley is going to get our paint. this is a tick tock. in doing that am bray desk. i used this color and added white to it so i had a value and, guess what? now i'm ready. i don't have to prime it i don't have to strip it i'm just going to go directly on top of it and start painting my piece. ainsley: do you remember back in the day when amy came out with the paint and had you to use one of those sanders to sand it. steve: can you do it that way but this is easier. ainsley: why do it that way because amy came one this paint. janice: this is something that the kids can help you with too. >> that's a great point. you can i don't doo it on furniture and kitchen cabinets. all your surfaces. this is a great time to go to ace hardware august 4th and 5th annual children's network bucket sale. buy this bucket for $5 and everything you fit in it you get 20% off.
steve: no kidding. pete: i will take that challenge. steve: no wonder ace is the place. we will come back and do a little more later. ainsley: this business and changing all of our lives we love a pretty house. thank you, amy. steve: straight on the rundown the naacp just issued a travel warning for people going to the state of missouri. wait until you hear why that's coming up. ainsley: plus, senator lindsey graham from the great state of south korestate ofsouth carolin. the senator is going to join us live with his plan next ♪ and i'll stand my ground ♪ and i won't back down. hey, baby ♪ there ain't no easy way out ♪ ♪ i won't back down.
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>> i'm going to get one with a gun. merger of two good ideas. pete: for members of congress. ainsley: would you do it? >> no. ainsley: looks too painful. steve: big brother watching before imagine chipping. >> get chipping to watch the members of congress. are we on? >> hey, everybody. steve: lindsey graham, great state of south carolina. when you circulate, are people steamed? we thought you were going to do something about healthcare. i heard mitch mcconnell say it's time to move on. >> we're not moving on. we're going to listen to president trump. we're going to git-r-done. we should be politically horse whipped if we do deliver for the american people. the best ideas still on the table hasn't even been tried. steve: this your idea. >> it's my idea because it's the best idea. it's a simple idea. how about this idea? instead of trying redo obamacare in washington. why don't you turn to the governors who have done a great job doing a lot of things, including healthcare and take all the money you
would spend in washington on healthcare, block grant it back to the states and let them design healthcare systems closer to your family. this would empower state choice. it would empower consumers. if you don't like obamacare, i don't know who you complain to. ainsley: how much money would they get each state? >> we will do away with the individual mandate. we will do away with employer mandate. we are going to repeal the medical device tax but take the other taxes and we are going to block grant it back, it's about $500 billion, governors are excited. they met in the white house. and here's what the governors have told me. if you give me this money and flexibility, i will take care of the people in south carolina better than washington would take care of the people in south carolina. president trump is all over. this we haven't tried this. we need to keep trying on healthcare. if we fail on healthcare, we're going to fail on taxes. we have never had a vote on this idea. we should have a new policy called block granting and we should have a new process so people can understand what we are actually doing. peter peter senator sounds like a good idea. a lot of ideas that senators
have promise have had not crossed the 50 vote threshold in the senate. >> i think this one will. i would hate to be a republican who said to their constituents i don't want more money coming back to my state. i don't want more flexibility when it comes to providing healthcare to people in south carolina, you name the state. under obamacare, four states get 40% of the money. california, new york, massachusetts and maryland. they are 20% of the population, they get 40% of the money. how do you justify that if you are in west virginia? under my plan, west virginia gets 43% more dollars, more money, more flexibility. ainsley: sounds like a good plan. steve: can we vote on it? >> yeah. hello. somebody vote on it we need to vote again. president trump should take our subsidies away from us as members of congress if we don't deliver. steve: do you take it. >> i'm in tricare. yeah, take their subsidies away interest them. after 33 years in the military i have healthcare through the military. i will be punished. punishable me in any way you think is appropriate if i can't fix your healthcare. you sent us up here, the american people to repeal and
replace obamacare. this is the end of single pair healthcare. if you take the money and the power out of washington. steve: absolutely. >> and give it to the states. that's the end of bernie sanders' dream. there will never be single pair healthcare. the money and policy is out of washington. ainsley: the republicans have a lot of pressure on them because you have to get it right. if you don't then it's another obamacare and it will be awful and disastrous. this takes the pressure off of all of you. if you put the money in the hands of the governors, then you are scot-free and the governors are in trouble if they can't figure it out. >> how about this idea, government closer to the people we generally believe works. if you go into a hospital and you don't receive the care you would like, who do you complain to on oh. iif the state is responsible for healthcare you call up your state house representative who more likely than not goes to the same hospital you go to. you call the governor's office up and say you know they did a good here, they did a bad job there it empowers the consumer. under obamacare you are lost
in the wirltdness. pete: i describe democrats supporting president trump union corns because they are hard to find. could a so-called moderate democratic like joe manchin get behind the plan. >> i say no. 200 percent increase in the first year. they are giving a lot of money to new york and california. joe manchin, people throughout the country who represent red states as democrats, here's what you would have to say. i want some guy or gal in washington to run healthcare for our state. i want you -- i want them to have the money, not you. rather than taking more money and more power. i think it's impossible for certain democrats to say no to more money and more power in their own state. steve: senator, i'm not worried about democrats. i'm worried about republicans. you need 50. >> yes. steve: what about your best friend in the senate john mccain. have you talked to him. >> yes i have. governor doocy went to the white house yesterday. steve: one of my favorite governors. >> scott walker and governor
doocy one wanted medicaid expansion and one didn't. they come behind this idea. you know what i did differently? i didn't look to washington. i looked outside the town. and they tell me, please give us the power. you know, we can do more with the money. so, if governor doocy is behind this idea. i think we are well on our way. john mccain made a good point. you didn't know what we were voting on. the skinny bill came up at 10:00 at night to be voted on. take this idea with mike lee and ted cruz's idea of more flexibility. using health savings accounts. put it in a committee for the whole country to look at. debate. talk, vote, bring it back on the floor. >> that's what john mccain was saying. let's have a process worthy of the united states senate. a new process, a new bill. president trump is right not to give up. mr. president, if you are watching this, stay on us. we got until september the 30th, we can do this. pete: great message. ainsley: give senator mccain our best. >> i will. he will be back.
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pete: well the naacp issuing a travel warning, get this, for the state of missouri. claiming racism is so rampant that minorities shouldn't go there. ainsley: it comes as the state is set to enact a new law that's going to make it harder to file discrimination lawsuits. steve: here with this we have got this morning the executive director of the black sphere and fox news contributor kevin jackson. tell us about why the naacp is issuing this travel advisory for a minorities thinking about visiting the show me state. >> this came out while i was in new york. so as you guys can imagine i'm afraid to go home. [laughter]
because the travel advisory. you know, it's insane. so the state wanted to get caught up with the federal laws with respect to discrimination in this regard. and the pendulum as we know in america has swung so far in this regard that the governor decided and the legislature decided we can't let frivolous lawsuits occur. ferguson is a perfect example where that happened. where supposedly this there was egregious things happening to blacks in traffic stops. a town 68% black miraculously have a lot of blacks being stopped for traffic stops, right? and ironically there were nine other municipalities that have higher populations of blacks that were more egregious than ferguson but they singled ferguson out, of course because of the darren wilson thing. have you seen this pendulum swing so far and the state decided you know what? we can't have frivolous lawsuits all the time. by the way, if you really want to issue a travel warning, i think the naacp should start in areas of chicago, maybe the
south side, the west side. so, you know, i think america is just sickened of this run to could these types of things. pete: they put out a statement from their naacp president cheryl clay saying. this our ongoing issues of racial profiling, discrimination, harassment and excess violence towards people of color have been further exacerbated by the passage and signing of this senate bill 43. what's your response to her? >> again, if she looks at the actual laws. like, for example, when ferguson was being accused of this type of thing where they would say you are targeting blacks, there were nine other municipalities that had higher populations of blacks that were run by black legislatures who were doing exactly what ferguson was doing times two. steve: they are just updating the law. >> yeah, essentially. steve: bringing it up to the times. >> to the times to the federal standards. again, i think in america, people are tired of watching these types of things happen where, you know, every time something like this occurs,
blacks are screaming about it. steve: all right. always a pleasure. kevin, thank you very much for joining us. pete: thank you very much. ainsley: laura ingraham is coming up next to react. stay with us. getting in their way. meningococcal group b disease, or meningitis b, is real. bexsero is a vaccine to help prevent meningitis b in 10 to 25 year olds. even if meningitis b is uncommon, that's not a chance we're willing to take. meningitis b is different from the meningitis most teens were probably vaccinated against when younger. we're getting the word out against meningitis b. our teens are getting bexsero. bexsero should not be given if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose. most common side effects are pain, redness or hardness at the injection site; muscle pain; fatigue; headache; nausea; and joint pain. bexsero may not protect all individuals. tell your healthcare professional if you're pregnant or if you have received any other meningitis b vaccines. ask your healthcare professional about the risks and benefits of bexsero and if vaccination with bexsero
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steve: anthony scaramucci is up headline as a daily news. >> general kelly come in, he's going to change, he's going to pivot, he's going to make sure he's chief of staff. not the chief of the president. >> we just learned a missile could hit new york or chicago in the matter of minutes. >> all options are on the table. >> people are disgusted. the senate needs to show some spine. they need to pass a health care bill. >> we're not moving on, we do get her done. >> pc police melting down after the justice department calls illegal immigrants illegal. doj now using the term illegal
aliens in official statements. >> a bombshell report now claiming the obama administration changed federal spying rules making it a lot easier to unmask members of congress. >> this is something mueller should be investigating unmasking for political purpose is a felony. ♪ ♪ ♪ ainsley: i never heard that song. steve: remember a couple of years ago when nasa sent up that large roller about the size of a suitcase? this is a new and improved mars roar. it's a prototype. the size about two humvees.
pete: it looks exactly like a mars rove every what you would need. you know what it needs? a gun. you never know what you're going to encounter on mars. ainsley: it looks like a lego. the big version of lego that some kids build. pete: it looks perfect. we're going to be out there on the plaza later on; right? steve: nasa astronaut is out there with janice, and he'll be with us at this hour. meanwhile, joining us right now is the founder and editor of chief of life set and fox news contributor joins us we believe from planet earth. >> i wasn't here last week. did you miss me? steve: where were you? >> i was in bo getting away from the news. it's the only place i can get away from the internet and the news for four or five days. it was great. i loved it. safari, kids. you know what's bad, though,
when you're looking at lions and they're five or six feet away from you and your 5-year-old son says i'm bored. . steve: well, no one is board watching the news channels because lots of people have been hired and fired and john kelly yesterday was sworn in there with the president of the united states and anthony scaramucci was shown the door because apparently those comments that he made were inappropriate for mass consumption. what's your analysis of what's going on? >> i think so scaramucci. i like him a lot, but he had to go. i was thinking if they're going to show reince priebus the door last week, it would have been even better if scaramucci was shown the door at the same time. you simply can't call
reporters late at night and go on foul mouth rants and expect to have a lot of respect of a communications team who you've already threatened, you've already i think sent shivers down the spine of most people in the west wing for a variety of reasons. it was just beyond the pale. i had a feeling the weekend would bring changes and general kelly without a doubt did the right thing. we've been saying this for months. and i'm going to say it one more time. message discipline requires one theme for a day. you can't have 15 themes a day. if the theme is we're going to do tax reform, show me going to roll it out, show me how the president is going to go on national television and go on four steps of tax he freedom. and then you're going to bat down the democrats one at another and start a national campaign for tax reform. he wins campaigns. he knows how to win campaigns. they didn't campaign, really campaign for health care reform.
that was a mistake. they turn it over to capitol hill. he needed to carry that ball across the finish line himself. steve: yeah, but mitch mcconnell personally asked the president of the united states stay out of this. i got it. >> yeah, who cares. i mean, mitch mcconnell predicted that donald trump invariably behind closed doors was going to go down in flames in november. who was right during the 2016 campaign about the pulse of the people on issue after issue? donald trump was right. these guys were wrong time and again during the most critical election season of the last 30 years. so his instincts, the president's instincts are usually spot on on these issues. i think he needs to follow his instincts on policy. and that means sometimes you're going to have to get into the policy. i know he doesn't like these long meetings, and i understand that. but if it's four or five points to health care freedom, tax care freedom, tax reform freedom, that message could be very compelling with antidotes, a motion, real
people who have been harmed by outrageous taxation in this country, or obamacare. the left is selling emotion morning, noon, and night in their resistance. the republicans have to do the same thing, and that starts with the communication and the president having real confidence there. pete: well, one of those ideas is treating people equally, like maybe obamacare. that strikes me the idea that the president will cease on. we have lindsey graham getting the 50 or 51 votes in the senate. he's talking about block in the states. let's get your reaction. >> why don't you turn to the governors who have done a great job doing a lot of things, including health care, and take all the money you would spend in washington on health care, grant it back to the states, and let them design health care systems closer to your family. this would empower state choice, it would empower consumers. punish me any way you think is
appropriate if i can't fix your health care. you sent us up here, the american people to repeal and replace health care. this is the end of single pair health care. if you take the power out of washington and give it to the states, that's the end of bernie sanders dream. they'll never be single health care because the money and policy is out of washington. >> laura is senator graham the white horse on this? >> i like the idea of removing the power base from the city. it consistently -- that's been a better approach on a variety issues, of course education, and i like this idea. here's the problem, of course. is that the states, including people like john kasich who's all over tv triumphantly it seems the last few days, they've gotten addicted of these huge up ticks in medicaid spending. they want it to flow back to the states. that money has to be capped or we're going to run out of money. so if you can get these governors to agree to a capped
amount of block granting year by year with very minimal growth and spending, then that might be more interesting. i like the instinct of lindsey graham here because it removes the lobbyists, the consultants, all of these people in washington who drive the debate. the insurance companies, the pharmaceutical companies, their stocks are way up. why do you think? because they knew nothing was going to change. they've been making a lot of money off of an anticompetitive environment in health care. that has to change. that has to change. ainsley: he said it's called state choice. your voice. and he said the democratic governors or all governors could only use the money on health care. they couldn't use it on infrastructure or building bridges or whatever. so we'll see. it does sound like a good plan, but they will have to get specific. >> they have to get 51 votes. good luck. >> i frankly do not know what will satisfy susan collins. pete: that's right. ainsley: don't you think, though, she has no choice because this will take the power away from them, and put it in the hands on the governors at the state level.
>> ainsley is so nice that she thinks that -- you're so nice. and you're so trusting. ainsley, i've been around washington too long. ainsley: okay. what do you think will happen? >> they want the power to be here because that inflates their own egos, that inflates they're own position. ainsley: but if it fails, they don't win. they don't win the next reelection. steve: and also, laura, she loved the fact that when she went home, susan collins, there was this slow clap. she never gotten before, and she loved standing up to the establishment. >> she's in the heroes parade. ainsley: i remember asking you one time on air when we were talking about communications director and now that position's open again. i asked you if you want to do it. and i said are you sure? that would scare me to death. and it was actually sarah huckabee sanders position. to stand up there and you laughed and said, ainsley, are you serious. do you know me? would you want that job?
>> look, i'm not going to this morning negotiate, you know, a possible job in the administration. i have no idea what they're going to do. i have said consistently that given everything the country has afford me, all the opportunities i've gotten, i know it sounds, but that's what i believe. if i believe i can really make a difference in the agenda that i believe in, which is the president's agenda, then i would of course consider it. but i would not be set up to fail. i would not go into any job, whether it's the administration or any other job to be set up to fail. so that means you have to have really great people around you. it has to be a team. tired of the undercutting behind closed doors. that couldn't happen. steve: laura, we've got a fox news alert. we have just learned that jeff sessions, who there are has been much speculation about his future. he's actually called a press conference for friday to announce a crackdown on white house leaks. what do you think about that? >> i think it's terrific.
i think we need to jam up this leak machine that's been plaguing this administration. and not just white house leaks. it's leaks in the investigation, perhaps. we've seen this washington post story today about the russia meeting and who crafted a statement. we have a lot of people spilling leaks out to reporters. and you always have to look for the people who look good in the reporting. if you come off smelling like a rose in the washington post today, it's a good chance that you are in a circle of people who could have leaked the information to the washington post. steve: well, how about the fact that john f kelly yesterday on his first day was the first leak, and it was real in the pages that i think the washington post and apparently when comey got fired, general kelly called him up on the phone and said i can't believe that happened to you. i feel bad about it. i'm thinking of quitting department of homeland security. >> it might not have been him, though. people who love him and support him.
he's wildly popular inside the dhs among the new political appointees. they really love him. so i think people -- a lot of people didn't like the way comey was fired. i didn't like the way comey was fired. i think it was really stupid. i mean, i'm sorry. i've said that from the beginning. it caused all the problems. kelly is speaking truth to power on that. the president i think has to see it at this point that the people who have his best interest at heart who have been giving him advice since, you know, for the last two years, they're not bad people. they're trying to make him successful and have him be as successful as possible, knowing that his instincts are great. he had great political instincts. but he's not a lawyer. he shouldn't disavow what his lawyer's advice is. put a great legal team together, put a great communications team together, push the issues forward that got you elected. he'll be a successful president because he must me for this can you be. we have no other choice.
pete: there you go. steve: amen. pete: laura ingram. ainsley: welcome home. steve: right now we're going to take you five miles south of where we're sitting, and we have a live look of the new york stock exchange floor where the dow could hit 22,000 later today for the first time just after president trump tweeted about stock market records yesterday. ainsley: 401(k), baby. coincidence? well, stuart varney says i think not. pete: and remember this video? a little boy moved to tears as his marine dad -- at his marine dad's wedding. >> don't cry. pete: wow. a cool story and the entire family is here for their first tv interview this morning. we'll be talking to him shortly
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could hit 22,000 for the first time in history. ainsley: a short america, highest stock market ever. best economic numbers in years. unemployment lowest in 17 years. wages rising. border secure. supreme court, no white house chaos. that was his tweet. pete: joining us from fbn, stuart varney. he was dancing in the break. stuart: i was not. pete: but you're psyched. 22,000. stuart: 22,000. let's see, it will be one hour and 12 minutes from now the hour opens and the first number you're going to see for the dow jones industrial average will be very, very close to 22,000. please remember on election day, it was 18,000. so from november the 8th, 18,000 to august the 1st, you got from 18 to 22,000. not bad. steve: you know what, stuart? i've been watching some of the other channels, and there appears to be an embargo on good news about the economy on the other channels. stuart: well, you have to ignore the swamp.
the rest of the media is concentrating on the swamp. the scaramucci saga, et cetera, et cetera. russia, russia, russia. you get it all the time. they're ignoring -- and president trump was quite right to point this out. they're ignoring some very good news on the economy. we now have a burst of enthusiasm and optimism on the state of the economy. number one, 22,000 of the dow industrial average. what does that tell you? number two, we've got a timeline on tax cuts. detailsin september, house votes in october, senate votes in november. if the republicans get it together, that's not a bad timeline. wait a minute. profits are at an all-time high. corporations have never made as much money as they're making now. and on friday of this week, we get the jobs report. that's likely to be very strong. pete: stuart, i feel i've asked you this question every two weeks. this rally is based on expectations, not necessarily policy changes. i mean, there's regulatory things that have changed.
but big legislation change in the tax code. what's the shelf life on this? >> well, if the tax reform doesn't happen, there will be grave disappointment on wall street. but there's one thing you're forget. profits. profits is the bedrock that that company is making money, and they're making more money than ever before. always remember that. 22,000 on the dow industrials one hour and ten minutes from now. ainsley: retiring today on august 1st, you're doing well. what do you think? cashing out your 401(k)? stuart: plug in, open up your 401(k) and smile. smile. come on. steve: thank you so much, stuart. we'll be watching you and the market opens. stuart: thank you. steve: remember when this heart-warming video went viral? a marine's son crying in his stepmothe stepmother's arms. watch this. ainsley: the entire family is here for their first tv
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gave me the gift of you. pete: that's gauge overwhelmed with emotion while his new stepmom who is in the air force shares that sweet message with him. joining us now for their first live tv interview are newlyweds emily and u.s. marine core sergeant josh. his son gauge and gauge's biological mother caylee. ainsley: gauge, you're so cute. i saw your eyes kind of welling up. it makes you sad or happy to see that? >> when i see it, i'm happy. actually, it makes me sad, actually. ainsley: why is that? >> every time i do, it goes to this hand. it goes, like, right. steve: the opposite. you and josh talked about i would like to prepare some
words to say; right? and so you and josh had what conversation about it? >> well, i brought it up to him about like a day after we got engaged, maybe, and i said i wanted to do it, and he said he thought it was a good idea, so we went ahead and did it. steve: but did you think it through? did you know, josh, that it was going to be so emotional the words she said? >> no. i didn't. well, one, i didn't know what the words i was going to say because i didn't want to know. steve: had you read those words, would you say i don't know if i'm going to be able to get through that? >> that's why i didn't want to read it. because i didn't want to have that on my mind trying to get through it. but, no, i didn't realize what reaction we would have gotten with this words. ainsley: caylee, it has to be so heartwarming to see his new stepmother live your child so much. >> it took a lot of trial and tribulations, i'm not going to lie. but to know that at the end of the day all she cares about is
his best interest, that's more than i can hope for. steve: and, emily, what are the words -- gauge is so excited he's on tv. pete: you're nailing it, buddy. you're nailing it. steve: what were the words from your prepared statement that you said that caused him to do the reaction where he started to hug you? >> i don't know. i think it was in the middle of it, and i just told him that i wanted to be a good person. and i think that's when he was really just super emotional. pete: he's being a good 4-year-old right now. exactly how he should be. but as the video has gone viral, reading the notes for the segment and an interesting thing that we learned, you actually asked permission to post it. you wanted to be sure that she felt comfortable, and that's part of the relationship as well. >> uh-huh. yep. it was the next day we gave her a call and said there's a couple of news stations that would like to share this and your son might go viral. and she was, like, okay. and now we're here. >> and now we're on national television. ainsley: what advice do you guys have for the moms out there or dads out there that do have blended families that
are not in the position that y'all are in? >> i think it definitely takes patience. and i think just remember at the end of the day, it's all about the with child. it's not easy, at all, but i mean, we make it work. it's worth it. it's totally worth it. steve: absolutely. of course, it was all about gauge's reaction. gauge, tell us about the wedding. tell us what you liked about it. >> well, i don't know. steve: well, you liked the cake. i'm sure you liked the cake. >> tell him about darth vader. pete: darth vader? tell me about him. >> did you wear a mask? >> yeah, but just the costume. not the mask. ainsley: what was it like wearing a tuxedo? was that the first time? >> i should have wore this tucks. ainsley: spoken like a man; right? they don't want to dress up.
steve: more casual. pete: oh, my goodness. >> i was over because the first time. >> it was hot, huh? >> yeah, it was hot. but the first time when -- i already sing my song, darth vader. grandpa. steve: before you go, could we hear -- gauge, i'm going to ask your mom and dad about their service. can you tell us a little bit about what you do in the military and, josh, we're going to start with you. >> i do logistics military. pete: for the marine core? >> yes, sir. steve: hillary? >> logistics as well. ainsley: is that where you met? >> yes. steve: and caylee? >> i'm not in the military. ainsley: what do you do? >> i do hair. ainsley: oh, good. where do you live?
>> i live in virginia beach. ainsley: navy seal territory. >> i wish my mom lived in new jersey. ainsley: well, that's possible. steve has some property in new jersey. steve: well, i'm currently living on it. ainsley: thank you so much. thank you for your service. steve: by the way, before you go, we know that you like to spend a lot of time outdoors. so our friends at bass pro shops would like to present you with a $500 gift card. >> oh, my gosh. >> thank you. steve: i don't think they have darth vader masks, though. pete: fishing rods, maybe? >> yeah. ainsley: have you been to a bass pro shop before? they're really cool. you're going to love it. steve: they're great. so thanks to our friends over at bass pro shops. pete: thank you, guys, so much. >> bye. steve: appreciate you sharing your story with us. all right. coming up on this
tuesday, nancy pelosi giving herself a pat on the back. did you see this? >> separate motion is a terrible thing but somebody's got to do it. i am a master legislator. steve: yeah, we heard that. so what does eric have to say about her assessment? he is coming up next. ainsley: and does this baby cow remind you of anyone? steve: yes. pete: i think. hi. i'm the one clocking in... when you're clocking out. sensing your every move and automatically adjusting to help you stay effortlessly comfortable. there. i can even warm these to help you fall asleep faster. does your bed do that? oh. i don't actually talk. though i'm smart enough to. i'm the new sleep number 360 smart bed. let's meet at a sleep number store.
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downstairs. >> right over the edge here. steve: and you are. >> i go through the bookshelves every once in a while. steve: they're down there right now. >> good morning, guys. what a line of you. ainsley: so what happened yesterday? scaramucci no longer in the white house, general kelly's in. >> okay. so i've known anthony quite a long time and, you know, he is exactly what he says he is. he puts it out there, and i think we've heard cory lewandowski say exactly the same thing. he's a new york guy that speaks his mind, and he did. he got a little bit too far out. and pete and i were talking about this. and i spoke to scaramucci and said, look, it was on him, he felt bad that this happened, it wasn't the president, it wasn't john kelly, it was himself. he's blaming himself. when i said it yesterday. we did the specialist last night with colonel allen west, and we talked about how do they go forward from here. i think general kelly will do that. he will have everyone go through him, and that's a good
thing for the white house. notice the president is sitting back saying, look, i'll let you guys work this out. meanwhile, i'll take you one step further. and the guest you had stuart varney a minute ago. the stock market and the labor market and the housing market are kicking on all cylinders. they're at record highs across the board. record highs. home prices. we have 153 million people working in america right now. never have there ever been more americans working and the stock market breaking new highs. i saw dan pfeiffer, the old communications director for obama say thank you, obama. no. no. that wasn't obama. these record highs have nothing to do with president obama. when you invest in your own company or business or home, you do it because you think the environment going forward is going to be profitable, not backwards. and what donald trump did is he came in, he did exactly what he said he was going to do. he rolled back regulations, taxes are important, and that's why things are up. steve: a lot of people are counting on tax -- are counting on the taxes being reformed or simplified. but, you know, eric, a lot of people were counting on the
republicans to do something about health care too, and they really didn't, you know, they dropped the ball. >> interesting. lindsey graham came on, and he said he had an idea about associations. not a bad idea, but then you have to go through the senate again and these obstructionist republicans including him and mccain never let them get to 50 votes. so that might not be the way. i know the new plan. the better option of lindsey's plan is what rand proposed to the president last night. rand paul said do it via executive order. allow -- use a pen the way obama did. allow associations to provide health insurance. you bring down the cost, you bring down competitiveness into the insurance market. you bring down cost that way, and then you work on the repeal and replace, and you get that forward. and guess what happens? the american people appreciate donald trump for doing it and the health insurance companies aren't crushing you with profits saying we didn't like it. i'll tell you. the reason why there's nothing
new in the republican health care bill is because it's a swamp, and their part of the swamp. ainsley: we had governor huckabee on yesterday, and he was talking about term limits, how they need to be shorter for congress for our leaders in washington. nancy pelosi was on with chris wallis, and you laugh because you know what she did. >> i do. ainsley: she gave herself a pat on the back. listen. >> let me say this. separate motion is a terrible thing, but somebody's got to do it. >> exactly. i agree with you on that. >> and the situation that we are in, i am a master legislator, i know the budget to the inth degree, i know the motivation of people. i respect the people who are in congress. i feel very confident about the support i have in my caucus. >> let me just -- >> i've never not been opposed within my caucus. >> what are the chances democrats win back the house in 2018 and if so, will you run for speaker? >> that's so unimportant. what is important is that we have the lively debate on a better deal. better pay, better jobs, and a better future.
steve: majority is unimportant for her. so that's the second time she called herself a master legislator, if you remember that. i think she likes it. and here's a note to the democrats. you should reelect nancy pelosi into the house. senate's going to gain seats. you might have a shot with the health care fail at the house. i would love to see nancy pelosi again because last time she was speaker of the house, she lost senate and 1,000 state legislative seats across the country as well. keep it up. we would love to see her. steve: some have suggested one of the reasons anthony scaramucci was brought in was to stop the leaks. maybe they were clogged up for a week, but he's gone now. but apparently jeff sessions, the attorney general, eric on friday is going to have a press conference to talk about how the government is going after the leakers. >> well, you see the shift that's happening? we've been now, tray gowdy suggesting another special counsel. not attack but looking into the democrats.
for a change, we haven't had that. jeff sessions wants to plug the leaks. this is a shift -- the trump administration has been taking incoming from everywhere and now they're starting to fire back. i think this is a great idea. i think general kelly will do what reince couldn't do and plug the leaks. i mean, i don't know. reince, he leaves and all of a sudden there's another leak about, you know, general kelly immediately happening. it just gets a little weird. pete: the beginning of one, giant counterpunch is your hope. >> it's about time. they've been taking them coming in trying to play nice and guess what? i wrote a book on the swamp because they have to fight back. trump has to drain the swamp and the swamp includes republicans. there's a reason health care bill wasn't any better than obamacare because the strongest lobby in dc is the health insurance, health care, and pharmaceutical lobbyists. they've got the most money to spend. why do you think nothing changed? well, they got to these legislatures. i'm still blown away, guys.
i'm going to say it and take a lot of heat. john mccain war hero flew across the country to start the health care debate because then voted negative on all three of the options. they failed. so why would you even start the debate. why would you do this to get your -- to -- you know, he was the 50th vote. mike pence had to break the tie to push the health care vote going forward. if it wasn't there, if he didn't like any of the plans, don't start. get a better bill before you start the debate. steve: well, lindsey graham was on this program, and he said he has talked to john mccain and john mccain would vote for his plan. eric, we're going to be watching you at 5:00. >> yes, sir. i'm going to ask him if he's going to be the next coms director. steve: he's downstairs napping in the greenroom. ainsley: thanks, guys. let's hand it over to jillian who has headlines for us. >> good morning. a fox news alert right now. two u.s. soldiers injured when
their helicopter goes down in a isis hotbed in eastern, afghanistan. those soldiers suffering minor injuries after a mechanical issue brought down their blackhawk. this is the region where the u.s. dropped the mother of all bombs in april. the man known as america's toughest sheriff could spend six months behind bars for trying to get illegals off the streets. former sheriff in arizona found guilty of criminal contempt for defying a judge's order to stop traffic patrol of targeted immigrants. known for his immigration raids and sweeps throughout his 24 years in office. the 85-year-old claim he didn't intend to break the law and will appear. and he will also in october. and this will rock your morning. a cow that's a dead ringer for gene simmons. ♪ ♪ so the calf named genie looks just like the kiss front men
from their faces to their tongues. there it is. they're total twins. even simmons agrees tweeting a link to his picture saying this is real, folks. so got to ask you guys. what do you think? see the resembles a little bit? steve: well, on the right you have kiss and on the left you have cow kiss. >> let's take that off the screen. it's a little bit crazy, i'm not going to lie. pete: i want to comment, but i'm not sure. steve: we're going to move on. >> well done. we are really going to move on. coming up, our next guest was punished for blowing the whistle on the va. now he has to do a new job fixing the agency from inside the whistle-blower office, and he said there's a breath of air inside the va thanks to president trump. and we'll hear from him ♪
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pete: welcome back. in 2015, va whistle-blower helped blow the lid off the scandal at the phoenix va testified before congress about how the agency he dedicated his life to tried to destroy his career. now brandon has a new job, fixing the va inside -- from the inside at the new office of accountability and whistle-blower protection. brandon coleman joins me now. brandon, you and others have been courageous whistle-blowers in phoenix exposing what happened there and across the country. first of all, remind our viewers what happened to you when you blew the whistle in phoenix. >> thanks for having me, pete. i'm a counselor -- i was a counselor with the va in phoenix, and i blew the whistle on suicidal veterans not being properly watched. and my medical records as a marine core veteran were being rifled through by other employees. i was sent home for 461 days with pay while they tried to fire me, and i fought back every step of the way and won my case. pete: and your story, unfortunately, while it is
unique, it has happened to a lot of whistle-blowers, which is why as a new accountability bill, this new office was formed. usually, as we've seen in the va culture, whistle-blowers are cast aside. instead, you've been promoted to this office. tell us about your new job and what it means to you. >> yeah. what a ride this is. i -- first off, i want to thank president trump because we have a commander-in-chief that has a backbone and surrounds himself with good people, and he brought in secretary dr. david. wasn't my top pick when he started, but i have to get credit where credit is due, and he has hit the ground running. and this new whistle-blower detection office was signed into lawn. and i just wanted to meet with the office, and i was humbled because when i got there, we went around the room and everyone gave the reasons as to why they went to work for, you know -- why they want to fix this, and i gave my reasons, my three kids are marines and going to be returning home to phoenix and may need the phoenix va for care. and i was just had you heard
to see all the outside the box thinkers. you know, the president's brought in good people, and we're just going to hit the ground running. i told him i was willing to clean toilets, to take out garbage cans. i didn't care. i just wanted to be a part of fixing this because of everything i've been through. pete: such a large agency. there will be future whistle-blowers, and i have to believe those watching this they're going to be hearted by the fact that one of their own is listening to that complaint and considering it on a level as opposed to being skeptical. when do you start your new job? >> probably some time after labor day is when it's going to happen. pete: very good. and what's the response to vets that you've talked to to how the va is transition at this point? >> vets, we're still not out of the woods yet. we have a lot of work to do. but with this new office, they want me talking to the press, and that's office. with accountability, and we want transparency. two words you and i have used on this station many times over the past three years. and like i said, we have a savings account that's allowing us to do so, and there's no better voice.
i'm not just speaking for am. i'm speaking for the hundreds of whistle-blowers that nobody will ever know their names. pete: yeah, transparency and choice is a aspect to make true choice an option for veterans and others have been fighting for as well. brandon coleman, new va staff member help us drain the swamp. thank you for joining us this morning. all right. the brand-new mars recovery is ready to explore the red planet. but first, of course it's stopping by fox and friends. we'll take you inside it. next (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) the joy of real cream in 15 calories per serving. enough said. reddi-wip. (flourish spray noise) share the joy. poallergies?reather. stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right.
mars. [applause] steve: well, the trump administration committing to a new era of space exploration and retired astronaut is here to tell us all about that, and he has brought the mars rover to the plaza. ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause. good to have you here. >> good to be here. steve: so this, what we're looking at right here, we all remember the mars rover that went to mars, it was about the size of a suitcase. this thing is gigantic. >> it's going to carry a crew of four. first of all, it's a prototype. not the one that's going to go to mars. steve: this was built by kennedy center. >> not taxpayer dollars. it's funded by the gate reseats. steve: so what are you going to do with this? >> we're going to tour it around the country for a few weeks and it take it back to kennedy. and hopefully encourage some youngsters to follow in my footsteps.
pete: how soon do you expect we could go back to mars? >> well, get funding from congress, maybe ten years back on the moon and another five years for mars. we don't have the funding yet. pretty critical. steve: so the person that winds up going to mars is how old today? >> we're guess 8 to 18. maybe a 5th grader. ainsley: mr. mcbride, go on there and sit into the cockpit -- get into the cockpit. janice dean already inside and mars rover. janice. >> captain, will you be my wing man? >> yes, i will be. >> do you have to have a special license to drive this will? >> you bet and about ten years of training. but we're going to expedite your training. >> and this is what you think this machine will look like on mars. >> this is our bess guest based on all the thinking and peeking into the future. so this won't be the one that actually goes, but it's going to look a lot like it.
>> someone pointed out it looked like what they were driving armageddon in 20 years ago. >> you and i are sitting in two pieces, we'll gain soil and bring them back to the lab for for one minute experimenttation. >> so you're making sure -- >> we think the next person on mars is a 5th grader today. >> and our president wants to do that? >> it takes a president to do that. >> and president kennedy was your inspiration. >> i remember meeting him in 1960 when he was campaigning, and a year later he made the famous speech we're going to go to the moon. >> will you stay with us? >> yes, i will. >> coming back on fox and friends. more on this mars rover. as moms,
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