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>> that's my hood, dude. heather: that goode goat, can't get enough of the oklahoma officer's cruiser there. rob: finally the ugly here, motorcycle carrying four people smashes into a car bursts into flames in china. a motorcycle with four people. they're all okay. heather: i was going to say. are they? "fox & friends" starts right now. bye. >> jeff sessions firing back at the city of chicago saying comply with the law or forego taxpayer dollars. >> we are a welcoming city and always will be. >> rahm would rather fight trump than fight crime. >> this has a lot more to do with big coalition democratic politics than with new found love and respect for federalism. >> u.s. spy satellites have spotted north korea loading antiship cruise missiles on to a patrol boat. >> this is a rapidly dangerous situation that's being created by the north koreans. >> it's reckless, it's irresponsible but we're not going to run scared from them.
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>> police officers searching around the clock searching door to door for a man suspected of killing a rookie cop in cold blood. >> al gore's new global warming documentary isn't doing so hot taking the 15th spot at the box office. >> technically, if he was right in the first movie, there wouldn't be a squeal because we would all be dead. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i can make your hands clap ♪ i can make your hands clap ♪ ainsley: you can't hear that and not clap. brian: i had no idea this was fitz and the tantrums. ainsley: i like that name. fitz and the tantrums.
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steve: like our house. welcome to "fox & friends" for this very busy tuesday. the rain has gone away. we hope you have a wonderful day. we are brian is back. brian: i am and tomorrow i will tell you what i was doing. ainsley: that's a tease? steve: i already saw on twitter. i already saw where you were, we all saw. brian: how dare you go on social media. ainsley: tuesday we are going to have pizza for breakfast. it's like lunchtime for us now. brian: is there anyone who delivers pizza for breakfast? ainsley: we will find someone. steve: it's a news channel. let's tell you about the news. yesterday we told you how rahm emanuel the mayor of the great city of chicago was going to file a lawsuit against the federal government because chicago says the department of justice cannot legally require the city officials help the feds with immigration if they want money. well, after they filed suit, the attorney general of the united states made it very clear that that was a mistake.
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brian: so, wait a second. rahm emanuel says it's more important for me to stick up for illegals who are here illegally and criminals and sacrifice $3.2 million for my city. ainsley: um-huh. brian: it's important to sue in order to get that money than to actually not be a sanctuary city? ainsley: jeff sessions fired back. this is what he said. he said the political leadership of chicago has chosen deliberately and intentionally to adopt a policy that be oinstructs this country's lawful immigration system. this is astounding given the unprecedented violent crime surge in chicago with the number of murders in 2016 surpassing both new york and los angeles combined. the city's leaders cannot follow some laws and ignore others and reasonably expect this horrific situation to improve. steve: such a good point. when you run a city, you can't be like a calf tieria, i will follow that law and that law and not follow that one. he mentioned, the attorney general did, in that the crime statistics regarding chicago and you look at los angeles so
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far in 2017, 155 people have been murdered in chicago, rather in los angeles, bottom of the screen. then new york 160. look at chicago. at least 400 people through the end of july. it is more than double new york and los angeles. brian: guess what's going to be the next state/city to sue california. they will be right behind them. it will be like the six nation muslim ban that was labeled but it was a travel ban on terror laden countries that was all the states is going to end up in the supreme court. here is rahm emanuel trying to make some political gain. >> we are a welcoming city and always will be. it was for my grandfather 100 years ago this year. in addition to that, our police department is built on the principles of community policing. we don't want officers just patrolling a neighborhood but to be part of that neighborhood and the fabric. the fact is by forcing us or the police department to choose between the values of
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the city and the philosophy of the police department, community policing, i think it's a false choice and actually undermines our actual public safety agenda. steve: how much money is hanging in the balance? it's not all the federal money that chicago receives but, instead, it's $3.2 million called the byrne grant. the b-y-r-n. ainsley: named after a police officer that was killed in 1988. steve: very good. the city of chicago earmarked that money to buy new police cars. when you look at big budget it's over a billion dollars. ainsley: pocket change. steve: this is i'm coming after you and standing up for you. brian: one thing i despise is that illegitimate argument is that your parents came here 100 years ago and equating that to people who came here illegally the last five or 10 days. that has nothing to do with what your parents did 100 years ago.
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they came, in checked in, and signed in. that's why we can have all these d.n.a. studies to go back through our heritage. weave tracked you because you were willing to sign in and i would like to add this too on top of that. there is credence to law enforcement who say if we begin to crack down on everybody here illegally we will begin to lose contact for those criminals among them. i have had general law enforcement officials say that i get that however, you can't go against fundamentally the law and criticize somebody for enforcing the law. look at what miami-dade county did. they were a sanctuary city. they are going to adhere what attorney general sessions said. ainsley: we had him on several times. the mayor was requesting that they would no longer be on president obama's sanctuary list. he got a letter from the department of justice august 4th saying you are in compliance. you are following the law. so, guess what? you are not going to lose $480,000 in grant money that we were going to take away from you if you didn't adhere
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to the law. they are no longer considered a sanctuary city. steve: well, that's good for them. however, immigration advocates in that area cannot believe that you are actually caving to what the federal government is suggesting. ainsley: because the mayor is from cuba. they are saying you are not adhering to what our heritage is. steve: keep in mind all the sanctuary cities you say you have the constitutional right to refuse to cooperate on behalf of these people who are in the country illegally. regarding those illegal aliens. brian: if you read the headlines of the "new york times" let's move on to north korea. it says north korea enraged by the sanctions levied by -- led by nikki haley at the u.n. and followed by everybody at the security council. it has not stopped their aggression. we have proof-positive this morning. steve: we do. because of the sanctions north korea says they will mobilize all resources and take physical action. this is a little different because in the past they have been a little vague. yesterday they said thousands
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of times over there would be retaliation. so far north korea has defied efforts by both washington and china to diffuse the situation. so now it looks like they are trying to ratchet things up. when you look at the american people. poll in chicago people are behind defending the people of south korea. ainsley: 62% of americans are in favor of taking action, military action. so let us know what you think. there is the regional meeting of foreign ministers, rex tillerson is there in manila. and china's foreign minister was there and told north korea's foreign minister to stop all of these nuclear and missile testing because it's interesting that china is on board. and japan son board. we knew. steve: and russia. ainsley: russia. exactly 15-0 voted in favor of these sanctions to take a billion dollars worth of exports or not to buy those exports. brian: nikki haley is going to be here in 90 minutes. she was with dana perino
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filling in for martha maccallum last night. here is what she said took place dramatically over the weekend. >> all of us should be concerned about what's happening right now. the signs we are seeing from north korea, they are concerned back. now they see the international community standing with one voice. china didn't pull off. russia didn't pull off. and all of the security council and the international community said that's enough. you've got to stop it it's reckless. it's irresponsible and the international community really laid down the groundwork of saying we're not going to walch you do this anymore. now north korea has to respond. and, yes, they are going to say, they're going to threaten, they're going to do all of these things. we are not going to run scared from them. ainsley: what's after sanctions? if you take away $15 billion from them and they are still coming after us and they are still saying, you know, we are going to continue to retaliate and fight back. what happens next? do we send in ground troops? we will ask her. steve: we will. brian: bush administration came in and bank laundered all this money sustaining dad's
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economy, then north korea, something brought them to the table. when you see this type of action and we find out proof-positive they are enraged by what we did you know we cut to the bone with these sanctions. i know we can cut more. steve: it is the first time according to this poll in over 30 years the majority of americans would support military action to go ahead and safeguard south korea. ainsley: they are using that money, the money we are using for their seafood and all those exports. steve: a billion dollars. ainsley: they are using that money to pay for the missile system that could actually end up killing all of us. it is ridiculous to buy anything from them if it's going to support them blasting nuclear weapons at us. brian: can you imagine if we didn't sit on our hands when it came to missile defense seven years. president obama only got into it last year and a half. he said it was essentially a waste of money. man, we need to pick up the pace on that. steve: all the questions for nikki haley. she is coming up in a little bit. 6:11 in new york city and jillian has other news going
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on. jillian: we have update on two stories we brought you yesterday. let's begin with this fox news alert. a nationwide manhunt coming to a yiewsm end. brandon powell escaped and dangerous sexual assault suspect found dead in the crawl space of his parent's home in rural, ohio. police say he shot himself as they closed. in powell escaped from a transport van friday after attacking a deputy. this comes as a desperate manhunt intensifies in missouri. police officers searching door to door for a man suspected of killing a rookie cop in cold blood. ian mccarthy is charged with murdering 37-year-old officer gary michael at a traffic stop. michael is an army veteran of living his dream of being a police officer. he leaves behind a wife and two stepsons. three marines aircraft crashed during a training exercise. have now been identified. you can see them on the screen right now, 26-year-old lieutenant benjamin cross of maine. nathaniel ordway of kansas and
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reuben very also a co-of california who just turned 19. three other marines were rescued after the osprey went down on the coast. the cause of the crash is still unknown. a victim of the world trade center attacks in new york city has just been identified nearly 16 years later. the discovery a result of new advanced d.n.a. technology. we know the victim is a male but his family has chosen to keep his name private. he is now the 1641st person to be identified in the september 11th attacks. 1112 people remain unidentified. two years since the last victim was named. that's a look at your headlines. still amazing to me that this many years later they are able to identify victims. ainsley: only about half. a little more than half identified. ainsley: look at numbers and it's shocking. steve: technology. jillian, thank you very much. ainsley: dream crews vacation turns into a might mayor when people are told to turn off
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the lights and hide from pirates. brian: nice cruise. republicans made big promises back in january. >> we have ambitious goals and ambitious time lines. we aspire to get most of these big things done by the august recess because that's when august does most of its legislating. brian: they didn't. so will congress get tax reform done. [congressman louie gohmert weighs in on the time line next ♪ don't bring me down ♪ no, no, no, no ♪ i tell you once more ♪ before i get off the floor ♪ don't bring me down ♪ ♪ julie is living with metastatic breast cancer, which is breast cancer that has spread to other parts of her body. she's also taking prescription ibrance with an aromatase inhibitor,
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♪ ♪ >> we have ambitious goals and ambitious time lines. we aspire to get most of these big things done by the august recess because that's when congress does most of its legislating brian that's a 200 day plan that didn't go exactly as planned as congress now on vacation or at least at home with obamacare still very much in place and the tax code left untouched. here so react is g.o.p. congressman louie gohmert. congressman, is this embarrassing? >> it is terribly embarrassing. brian, this is something that everybody most everybody in the senate that's a republican ran on. we're going to repeal. and i know people are saying well, it's dead. we have got to move on. we have got to do tax reform. business has got to have those
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reforms. but, at the same time, there are too many people that are hurting. i'm back in texas. and i'm hearing from people all over. we are hurting, please, you've got to do something. you guys promised to do something to repeal obamacare. give me a break. we have still got to do that. and i'm making a prediction here. i know that this is not what's being said, all the senate is safe. they will pick up seats. garbage. if the senate does not repeal obamacare, at least most of it, they will lose the majority in the senate. brian: right. the problem is. >> they are hurting. brian: american people make up their mind to right now 50% say leave obamacare alone it is confusing. you guys did your job in the house. >> no it's not over 50%. brian: you handed it to the senate. they had three people that didn't get on board but others did. senator jeff flake a constant critic got on board. rand paul constant critic got
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on board. ted cruz went to work. wasn't happy with it but willing to do it. came down to three votes. moving ahead. you have to pass a budget. you have to raise the debt ceiling, perhaps, and do tax reform. why should anybody be optimistic that you are going to get this done? >> well, i can see since the best indication of future performance is the history, it's not good. the odds should not be good except we still got to fix healthcare and we have got to do tax reform. and if we will do that, and i know everybody is hearing it all across the house and senate, then the business community can take off. they can start hiring like never before. we can bring jobs back to america. you know, the factory jobs, the production of things that we need to defend ourselves on our own soil. it's fine that china sends us tires and wheels to put on our humvees, but we need to make those things here. we've got to.
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so all of that stuff will happen if we do the tax reform. and the reason i'm really so optimistic on tax reform now is they finally dropped the push to have a border adjustment tax that was running in to so many problems. now it's about numbers. and we have got to get the cost of tax, which is paid by their customers. got to get it down to 15%. i keep encouraging the president don't let the republican leaders talk you in to 20/25. because at 15, we undercut china. we undercut china. brian: the problem is you have to account for any cut, any cut in taxes with some type of revenue. congressman, thanks so much for joining us louie gohmert, i appreciate it? >> let's just do the tax cuts. now. brian: you need 60 votes then. more proof obamacare is imploding before our eyes. brand new blow to the affordable care act. that's next.
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♪ ♪ ainsley: here are some quick headlines for you, more proof obamacare is flat lining. one of the nation's largest health insurers anthem dealing a blow to the affordable heck act will no longer offer plans in georgia and atlanta next year. others are expected to roll back or hike those rates in the next few weeks. opioid epidemic might be worse than we thought. new study shows overdose deaths have been severely under reported. researchers at the university of virginia looked at thousands of death
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certificates from 2008 to 2014 finding opioid overdoses are 20% higher and heroin 22% higher than previously thought. steve: thank you, ainsley. have you heard president trump say this many, many times. >> we will buy american and we will hire american. steve: and now there is an effort in one county in new york state to buy american products. we're talking about erie county, new york and a legislator there is behind the idea. he joins us now to talk more about it his name is ted morton and he joins us today from buffalo. ted, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: tell us a little bit about erie county, new york. how has it been hit by the trade policies in the united states in the past? >> well, erie county has always been known as a manufacturing community. our population actually peaked out 50 years ago. in the last 50 years america has added over 130 million in the country.
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we are down by almost 200,000. so the trade policies of the 70's, 80's, and 90's were anything but fair or free for the people of erie county. steve: okay. so that is why you came up with this idea and it does mirror a new york stated statute to try to buy american when it comes to certain products. why did you think it was important for your county to, whenever you got a bid over $10,000, let's make sure it's an american product. >> well, you know, again, we have thousands of manufacturers in erie county. that employ tens of thousands of hard-working citizens. the employees the owners of these businesses oftentimes are family businesses, second and third generation, that live in a community, they own homes. they pay property taxes. they buy services. they pay sales tax. and, yet, sometimes at the end of the day, the government, when given a choice does not buy their products. steve: sure. >> that's totally wrong. totally wrong. steve: well, you know, people
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for the most part, ted, are always looking for a good deal. and if somebody is looking for a product and the american product is substantially higher than something if you could buy it offshore, i think there are some people who would say let's get the better deal. let's save the money. what do you say to them? >> well, two quick answers to that first of all, within the proposed law, there is a mechanism that if a product cannot be made or cannot be purchased by an american manufacturer than it can be issued a waiver. it would be the same thing if the cost was prohibitive. okay. we can issue a waiver. but, again, i just go back to the fact that these are our neighbors. these are hard working people, not only in erie county but in western new york and throughout america. that we ask them in government to pay their taxes but for sometimes we say that, gee, the fruit of your labor is not good enough for us. steve: sure. >> that's totally wrong. the other thing i will say is when governments put out bids, whether it's for services or
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manufacturing goods, it always reads in there the lowest reasonable bid. steve: right. >> well, reasonable, i think now should include is it made in america to support the men and women that produce these goods that pay the taxes to allow government to continue. steve: interesting. it is the people, the men and women of erie county who historically have voted democratic but this time voted for donald trump based on doing something about bad trade deals. real quick, right? >> absolutely. in my district, which is heavily democratic, overwhelmingly they voted for donald trump and a recent survey they are still 55/40 in his favor. steve: ted morton a county legislator up in erie county. sir, thank you very much for joining us live. >> thank you. steve: good luck with your push. let us know how it works out. coming up, democratic senator richard blumenthal of connecticut lashing out at president trump for being a bully.
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>> they are slurs. and i'm not going to be distracted or bullied by them. steve: the senator's full response is coming up next. and chicago mayor rahm emanuel raises the stakes in the legal battle over sanctuary cities. does he have a case? judge napolitano weighs in on that. but, first, happy birthday to singer sean mendez who is singing right now. he's 19. ♪ baby, there's nothing holding me back ♪ ♪ there's nothing holding me back ♪ ah. ♪nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea!♪
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new york city 48th and sixth avenue. it's "fox & friends," the world's number one cable morning news show. ainsley: we changed the lyric to my boys are back in town. brian: and you are back from south koreafromsouth carolina. steve: she is going on vacation next week. brian: it's the vera desk that goes up and down. talking about the president and concern for russian investigation. he thought he would go out of his way on multiple appearances yesterday to make sure he knows that he will do everything can he to make sure the president does not fire robert mueller. steve: yeah. brian: keep in mind too the president never said he was going to fire robert mueller. steve: on another show, mr. blumenthal was talking about how the president of the united states had weaponized the department of justice to go after leakers. i mean, you know, this is a bipartisan thing. people on both sides of the aisle have said that we have
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never seen leaks like this. it does make sense for the department of justice to go after the leakers. ainsley: well, our president was ripping this center because he falsely claimed that he had served in vietnam and he -- our president called him a phony vietnam con artist. he also tweeted this: i think that senator blumenthal should take a nice long vacation in vietnam where he lied about his service so he can at least say he was there. steve: so the senator punched back last night after the president had been tweeting up a storm and called the president a bully. >> are slurs and i'm not going to be distracted or bull idea by them. these tweets are part and parcel of the kinds of intimidation and threats that he has made against the special counsel, against anyone who seeks to uncover the truth. >> the kinds of statements we have seen about drawing red lines around financial dealings, about calling the investigation a witch-hunt or
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a hoax, and the attacks on the steam that robert mueller has assembled all point to a looming constitutional crisis if the president proceeds with firing robert mueller. brian: see, i don't think anyone would even care about senator richard blumenthal. he doesn't project himself or talk with any geneva convention conviction. he gave him so much of a platform to go back into the spotlight. this is something i hope the chief of staff john kelly cracks down on and tells the president you are actually helping blumenthal and the democrats get steam. ainsley: the president is reminding folks that this guy has not been truthful in the past. someone you probably can't trust. doesn't have credibility. brian: but why draw attention to a connecticut senator that no one cares about? steve: perhaps it goes to the larger issue where it is a bipartisan issue about leaks. everybody would like to see the leaks stop on both sides of the aisle. brian: he was talking about russia where we have to get to
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the bottom of this. he couldn't care less. investigation in october. we all know he suddenly believes he has to get to the bottom of it because hillary clinton lost. steve: at the end of the day, to ainsley point, oh yeah is he a u.s. senator and lied about going to vietnam. that's what the president brought up a couple of times. let us know what you think. friends at fox news do.com. ainsley: hand it to jillian who has headlines for us. jillian: let's get to the news. three people are dead after gunmen opened fire on a beach packed with tourists. [gunfire] those gunshots sending tourists running for their lives at a popular beach resort in mexico. they blame it on rival drug cartels. terror taking over the sea turning the trip of a lifetime into horror for 2,000 passengers.
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the sea princess reportedly becoming a ghost ship for 10 days as it passed through dangerous waters known for smallesomali. some paid offered to turn off music and lights. they were also put through a pirate drill. the company says there was no specific threat. the cruise, which started in australia and safely in dubai. senator jim anson unloading on critics. west virginia democrat is being attacked for not voting along party lines. manchin is up for re-election next year. he tells the charleston gazette i don't give a blank. i don't care if i get reelected or defeated. if they think i can be wrangled into voting for blank that i don't like and can't explain, they're all crazy. look at your headlines on this tuesday. brian: going to be talking to the governor shortly who went for democrats republican. joe manchin moderate as a
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democrat for years and seems to get along with republicans so well. you wonder if he would ever flip parties. steve: some have suggested that we will talk about that with the governor. meanwhile sad family news to report this morning. one of the okayal members of the fox news team richard o'brien our senior vice president and creative director died saturday after car accident about three weeks ago. he was 60 years old. you know, a lot of us saw rich every day because the graphics department shares a floor of office space with "fox & friends" staff. he was generous, funny, loved to have a good time and, boy, could rich dance. he studied at the new york institute of technology and started his career in television at cnbc and worked the start-up of the america's talking channel which is now msnbc. then rich was hired away from nbc to create the look of a new news channel that would change the way people got their information. that channel is, of course, the one you are watching. >> it is hard to understate richard's visual influence and the impact on the last 20 years of fox news channel.
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the colors you see in the sets and graphics. the size and style of the font, the music and all the things that are happening on the screen right now many of them are thanks to rich and his creative team. a wonderful family man with a wonderful wife who has been a friend to us for over 20 years. karen is in our prayers today as are his kids katie and conor. katie spent a summer with us as an intern before graduating college. council nor worked in the library last summer. they both worked long and hard just like their dad. the measure of a man is his impact on his family and his work. his family is, as you can imagine, heart broken. as we are who worked with him. as to the visual impact he had on tv news, you're looking at it right now. richard o'brien was 60 years old.
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ask your dermatologist about otezla today. otezla. show more of you. >> with a political revolution. >> political revolution. >> political revolution. brian: all right. some quick headlines now. bernie sanders bringing his political revolution to the next generation finally. later this month the vermont senator will release a month bernie sanders guide to political revolution. include info graphics to explain i like income equality socialist. the former vice president al gore's new global warming documentary is already out. but you probably don't know it because no one saw it. >> because no lie can live forever. brian: inconvenient sequel truth to power taking the coveted 15th spot at the box office.
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[laughter] brian: only 14 lucky winners ahead of him. first weekend of wide release brought in less than $1 million so far. his plane's gas bill is bigger than that. ainsley: attorney general sessions firing back at the city of chicago for it lawsuit againsts doj sanctuary city policy. steve: in a statement he says the political leadership of chicago has chosen deliberately and intentionally to adopt a policy that obstructed this country's lawful immigration system. this is astounding given the unprecedented violent crime surge in chicago with the number of murders in 2016 surpassing both new york city and los angeles combined. no amount of federal taxpayer dollars will help a city that refuses to help its own residents. brian: here to react, judicial analyst judge andrew napolitano. >> i think that's a great response on the part of jeff sessions, one that his boss, currently on a working vacation in bedminster, is happy to hear and was unhappy not to have heard before this.
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but, unfortunately, the law is on rahm emanuel's side, the mayor of chicago. because the money that jeff sessions is trying to stop from coming is obama administration money already committed to chicago. here is how it works. of the federal government gives money to the states and locals and attaches strings. you want this money, do you. this you want us to repave route 80 in new jersey lower the speed limit to 55 miles per hour. classic and historic example. if they accept the money with the strings, they have to comply with the strings. there were no strings about complying with immigration enforcement in the obama budget. and this money that we are talking about that is the dispute in this lawsuit between chicago and the justice department is obama administration. ainsley: does the president of the united states have the ability and power to change that law? >> no. only congress could and they can't change it retroactively. so in the new trump budget, which should be adopted by october 1st, which begins the new federal government fiscal year, the strings will be attached. you want this cash, you comply
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with immigration enforcement. steve: judge, you are saying it sounds like the trump administration may lose this first round this year because of the obama money but when it's the trump budget money, they will win? >> it's hard for me to believe they wouldn't win because the republicans could control both houses of congress they will put it in there. in order to get the money you have to do this, this, and. this sign a statement agreeing to do it. brian: here is the flaw in your argue. >> yes, counselor. good suit, brian. brian: you threw me. nice try, judge. i know your tactics. i studied napolitano in the 80's. having sanctuary city is implicitly illegal. you are telling them you can day here and we will not bother you. that's against the law of the land it? >> is. brian: strings on money enforce the laws that is on the books, doesn't seem like america. >> where did you get all of it from? that's pretty good.
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brian: just came up with it. i wrote it on my hand. i need to wash it off. >> try to tell local police federal law enforcement you must enforce federal law. the supreme court says you can't do it. they may if they want but they do have to. the feds can't come in and say to no, your police will help the fbi enforce this law. it's a good thing when that happens, but it's got to be voluntary. it can't be compelled. otherwise, you destroy the sovereignty of the states u is that good enough response? brian: not really. i will let your argument stand. i have a follow-up. ainsley: rahm emanuel cares more about the criminal illegal aliens than he does the citizens that are taxpayers. >> rahm emanuel has a lot of political problems with various interest groups in chicago. he would love to make jeff sessions the boogie man. but technically, on the law he happens to be right. this program called the byrne fund, it's named after eddy byrne, a former new york city cop who was murdered, whose brother is now a deputy police commissioner and deputy
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counsel of the nypd. steve: we are talking about $3.2 million that chicago would get out of a billion-dollar budget. it does look to your last point, it does look political it looks like rahm emanuel is saying people of chicago, i'm going to stand up to this evil department of justice. >> i will raise your blood pressure even more. the city of chicago hired to prosecute the lawsuit exobama department of justice officials including jamie who is representing jared kushner. go figure that one out. brian: we only have 30 seconds. i think of the big picture, this is not good for the democratic party. >> i agree with you. brian: sticking up for illegal legals is not what is going to get american middle class back. >> good for the extreme elements of the democratic party but not where the democrats need to go. do you think rahm emanuel cares? steve: no. brian: depends if he wants to do something after this job. steve: he is the godfather, right? that is his nickname? >> yes. what a pleasure. brian: seemed to have a good
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time today. >> nuke the u.s.? in response to those u.n. sanctions, u.s. ambassador to the united nations nikki haley joins "fox & friends" live with her first response next hour. she was terrific last night with dana perino. ainsley: and what else, judge? >> disturbing number of millennials skipping their credit card payments because they think it will improve their credit score? really? and soon enough the world will be in this generation's hand. nicole is here with a financial call wakeup. -- no, a financial wake-up call. brian: either one works. ♪ money, mope money, money ♪ when it comes to heartburn, trust nexium 24hr.
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♪ ♪ >> can you try again? >> really declined. [screams] >> how are you going to pay this debt? >> that moment from the movie con investigations of a shopaholic illustrates just how bad the credit problem is among young people. new survey finds disturbing number of millennials think missing a credit card payment would actually improve their credit score or have no negative consequences at all. nicole is a financial expert and "new york times" best selling author who has written two books on managing finances and succeeding in the workplace and she joins us now. good morning, congratulations on the success of your book. >> thank you. ainsley: so you are the expert perfect for this topic. this survey is astounding to me. why do you think that millennials are not educated on this topic. >> we don't learn this stuff in school, right? we learn how to dissect a frog. why do we need to know that? we snow the theorem. why do we need to know that we
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don't learn how to do a budget. we don't learn how to do our taxes. we don't learn about credit scores. it's incumbent on parents to teach their kids about this in the home. we don't have to be hard on ourselves but we canterbury our heads in the stand just because we didn't learn it in the past doesn't mean rescrew up our future. ainsley: 6% believe missing parents would increase credit score. 17 percent said missing payments could have no affect on their score. 36% have maxed out their cards. 45% didn't know their credit card interest rate. i've been in debt before it is extremely stressful. >> you and me both, sister. ainsley: we learn the hardware. i was one of those millennials charging up furniture to buy things that i need he had at the time. what advice do you have that you think parents need to enforce at home and teach their kids. >> it's really that destructive behavior of adding up debt upon debt. it's the compounding interest that really gets you and missing late payments. that's the ruin for a lot of people.
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that's the self-destructive behavior. that should stop by looking inward. so i think parents should also tell their kids more about what a credit score is. it's really your financial report card. honestly millennials the older side of the millennial, i'm not in this situation and a lot of millennials i talk to aren't in this situation either. so it really spans generations. and some people ace that financial report card and some people fail it. ainsley: if anyone is watching that is in debt, what advice do you have? how do you get out of debt? >> learn your credit score. a lot of us don't know the apr on our credit card. we don't know what our credit score is. learn your credit score. if you need to improve it. you can pay your bills on time. make sure do you that get your utilization that's just a fancy word to say use a little bit less debt than you actually have. so if you have $10,000 just try to keep a few thousand dollars on it and chill with getting credit cards. ainsley: i see those attorneys r attorneys if you are in debt
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call me and you don't have to pay back the full amount? is that health j do you recommend those? >> there is a lot of scams out there. the only legitimate place to check your credit score is annual credit report.com. and just do it once a year. ainsley: all right. good deal. >> thank you. ainsley: anything else you want to tell the audience about being in debt? >> i think having that credit score is so important for any time you get into debt whether you are getting a car loan. getting a mortgage. a lot of times jobs look at them too and your apartment. >> that's connected to a lot of when you do in your financial life. ainsley: thank you, nicole. >> thank you, ainsley. ainsley: north korea vowing to nuke the united states. u.n. ambassador to the united nations nikki haley joins us live with the first response in the next hour. former utah congressman jason chaffetz newest member of the republican party west virginia governor jim justice. they are all here next ♪ just keep lifting me ♪ lifting me
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♪ >> we are a welcoming city and always will be. >> rahm emanuel says it's more important for me to stick up for illegals and sacrifice $3.2 million for my city than to actually not be a sanctuary city. ainsley: jeff sessions sounded back saying this is astounding given the unprecedented violent crime surge in colleague. >> it's absolutely ridiculous politics for democrats. >> in the new trump budget these strings will be attached. you want this cash, you comply with immigration enforcement. >> u.s. spy satellites have spotted north korea loading antiship cruise missiles on to a patrol boat. steve: north korea says they will mobilize all resources and take physical action. >> it's reckless and irresponsible but we will not run scared from them. >> i'm making a prediction here. if the senate does not repeal obamacare, they will lose the
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majority. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ simply the best better than the all the rest ♪ better than anyone. steve: love tina turner. brian: what has she done lately. steve: thank you for making us the best with the ratings. you are watching the number one cable news show. ainsley: i know. thank you all so much. that's the coolest title. i love it. brian: and if you want to know what we have done on every minute of the day. if you have the luxury to ever travel, it's amazing with the people that watch can remember things that you've said years ago. steve: sure. ainsley: what did you hear? brian: i hear everything. i can't believe you said this.
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i remember when you did that. ainsley: get dressed. brian: most people say they're not when they watch. when i urge them to get dressed. most people say they aren't fully dressed. so that's why i'm going to let people make their own decisions. steve: there you go. all right. ainsley: i'm not even going to respond to that because i will get myself in trouble. let's hand it over to jillian. steve: great idea. jillian: wreminding me of when you are giving a speech and nervous envision the crowd naked. brian: happens to be the case. jillian: let's move on because we do have a fox news alert to get to now. brand new evidence north korea isn't listening to our threats. u.s. spy satellites detecting the rogue nation loading two antiship cruise missiles to the coast. now the u.s. ambassador to the u.n., nikki haley, warns north korea should brace for pressure from around the world. this all stems from the security council slashing the communist country with strict
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sanctions meant to cripple its economy. in just a few minutes, nikki haley will join us live in studio to talk about how the u.s. is continuing to deal with the north korean threat. also breaking overnight, a nationwide manhunt coming to a gruesome end. brandon paul an escaped and dangerous sexual assault suspect found dead in the crawl space of his parent's home in rural ohio. police say he shot himself as they closed in. paul escaped from a transport van friday after attacking a deputy. this comes as a desperate manhunt intensifies in missouri. police officers searching door to door for a man suspected of killing a rookie cop in cold blood. ian mccarthy is charged with murdering 37-year-old officer gary michael at a strosk stop. michael army veteran living his dream of being a police officer. he leaves behind a wife and two stepsons. three marines lost at sea after aircraft crashed during training exercise. they have now been identified. they are 26-year-old
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lieutenant benjamin cross of maine. corporal nathaniel orderway of kansas and ruben very also a co-of california who just turned 19. three other marines were rescued after a a as prix went down. the cause of the crashing -- receiving special medals of valor in a special ceremony yesterday. specialist swift shared how much this means for him. >> it's more for my family. since i have grown up, got married and had kids i really wished i had it. when they reached out to me i was humbled and honored and glad to be a part of it. >> the empire state building shining great purple for national purple heart day. beautiful image right there. a wonderful thing that happened. steve: what a great story. there is that organization -- thank you very much, jillian -- where people will
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contact them and say i had a purple heart and i lost it. and through a variety of investigative tools, they are able to track down some of these things and reunite them. they don't get brand new ones from the pentagon. they find the actual ones they were presented with. ainsley: one guy yesterday you were interviewing said it didn't matter to me as much when i lost it, now that i have family and kids and want to pass it on to them now it matters. brian: five minutes after the top of the hour. turn to another controversy inside the country involving most part not americans but illegal immigrants inside chicago that the attorney general is making sure people know it's not okay to be a sanctuary city for these illegals. one city has stood up, led by their mayor rahm emanuel and said we are suing the federal government not to deny us any federal funds because we are going to be a sanction area city. and he was once chief of staff for president obama. ainsley: now, in order to get this money, the byrne grant money, law enforcement has to
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tell the federal government, federal law enforcement 48 hours in advance before they release an illegal immigrant who they have in custody. so, if they just comply with that one little rule, rahm emanuel will gte this money. steve: sure, it turns out to be this is the battle of the godfather versus the attorney general. the attorney general said essentially that rahm emanuel and chicago had adopted an official policy of protecting criminal aliens. they filed a lawsuit first thing yesterday morning. and in it says, among other things, the political leadership of chicago has chosen deliberately and intentionally to adopt a policy that obstructs this country's lawful immigration system. this is astounding, given the unprecedented violent crime surge in chicago with the number of murders in 2016 surpassing both the cities of new york and los angeles combined. the city's leaders, chicago's, cannot follow some laws and ignore others and reasonably expect this horrific situation to improve. that is how the attorney general fired back at the godfather.
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brian: let's just look. this state is buried in debt. they are the worst financial shape maybe than almost any other state in the country. the city stands to lose $3.2 million. now, they have that earmarked to spend for vital law enforcement material like, for example, new police vehicles. meanwhile, they have a serious problem on their hand. you would think they need every dollar. why would they be wasting their time and energy focusing on illegal immigrants in their midst instead of american citizens who happen to be killing each other. ainsley: look at the murder numbers last year, this was in -- this is this year 2017, year-to-date. look at chicago already this year, guys. 400 people are dead. new york city 160. los angeles 155. even if you combine new york and los angeles, it's still not -- doesn't each reach the number of chicago and chicago is a smaller city. steve: sure. so, judge napolitano is on with us a little while ago. he said that if chicago does go through with this, he thinks that chicago could actually win because the money
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that we're talking about was allocated under an obama era budget, whereas going forward, with the trump era budget, as long as you have got the string attached, it sounds like they would be able to keep that money from going to sanctuary cities. ainsley: at least for now until the new budget in october. steve: right. have you got to wonder whether or not the motivation. and with this the byrne grant money $3 million out of a billion-dollar budget. maybe the worry is among sanctuary cities if they can keep $3 million this year, maybe the federal government, if we continue to have the sanctuary city status can figure a way to keep more of the federal money that we really need. maybe that's why they are putting up a fight over just $3 million which is a drop in the bucket. brian: sanctuary cities we have criminals living illegally. the illegals here will be able to go to cops and say i have got a problem down the hall. and as long as they know they are not going to be deported i
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get that and things worked out with that. that's why they are focusing on illegal criminals in their midst. politically i was fascinated to hear real clear politics zone a.b. stoddard look at the real clear politics of what rahm emanuel is doing. by doing this, they picked the wrong issue. listen. >> i don't think liberals think that sanctuary cities are the top of their priority list. i think they are looking for a message from this party on the economy. and i just -- he made a perfect case for why they need that grant money. he needs that grant money. can he comply with federal law. it just is absolutely ridiculous politics for democrats. they can disagree with the president trump on his new push to limit legal immigration. they can be for immigration reform. but pushing this as a means to keep their communities safe, especially in a place like chicago, it just doesn't square. ainsley: so right. brian: she is not a partisan analyst at all. real clear. she does no labels on sirius xm over the weekend. she will go on both sides.
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she will look at the politics. not the parties. for her to say that is exactly the instinct. out of everything you want. what about this better deal that you have to push forward. if rahm emanuel is such a leader of the party and he is even as mayor of chicago, why would he choose to dig in right now. steve, do you think it's because it's just taking on president trump and that's good for the party? steve: absolutely. you look at what the democrats are doing by and large they are just trying to bloody trump's nose any chance they get. donald trump is on working vacation right now out at bedminster. what's the number one story we are talking about? we are talking about the sanction yes cities thing. rahm emanuel certainly making points with his base who believes the country thinks this is a good idea. ainsley: i don't understand why he wouldn't want the local law enforcement to be able to tell the federal law enforcement officers if they're going to release an illegal criminal alien. why wouldn't they want the federal government to be able to know where these individuals are in case they
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go to a different state and they are out of chicago's jurisdiction. the federal government needs to know where they're. steve: to brian's point earlier, that just goes hand in hand with they want the local folks to cooperate with the police if they see a shooting or something bad in their neighborhood, go ahead, don't worry that you are going to get arrested because you are in the country illegally. when you look at chicago with that crime wave out there, you know,. ainsley: you think you would crack down on every and any direction. steve: surely. what do you think about the people who live in a sanction jerry city. do the -- sanctuary city. do they like the idea -- ainsley: others have to follow the law and they don't? brian: working around the clock. the west wing is being rebuilt. have to go to a different part of the white house to work. why don't i go to new jersey. congress has left. i'm working. he might have a bunch of world leaders there in september. he has got his cabinet coming out throughout the week. is he not taking a minute off. steve: absolutely not. did you see the pictures of
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the famous resolute desk for many times. they were carrying it out, i think, on friday. do you know where they put it? in add to. moving pod outside the oval office. ainsley: no way. steve: everything out to pod. brian: john adams used to do the same thing. ainsley: congress couldn't get healthcare passed and one senator who flip flopped on the issue. next guest challenging him and he explains why his businessman roots will bring the change washington needs. brian: in the city where soda costs more than beer because of a city law. steve: no kidding. plus ambassador nikki haley in the studio to respond to the latest threat from north korea. you are watching "fox & friends" ♪ get a feeling ♪ that i never never never never ♪ had before ♪ no, no.
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candidate for the u.s. senate. good morning to you, danny. >> good morning to you, steve. steve: you know, i think i actually stole your thunder. you're officially announcing right now. go ahead. tell us what you are up to. >> i'm very excited to announce i'm going to run for the united states senate here in nevada against dean heller. steve: why? >> look, dean heller has had so many people that have contacted me over the past couple months saying have you got to run against dean heller. they understand, as i do, that we're never going to make america great again unless we have senators in office that fully support president trump and his america first agenda. dean heller wasn't just one of the first never trumpers in nevada. he was one of the most influential. he actually helped hillary clinton win the state of nevada. i fully supported president trump to the end of the campaign. and even after president trump has been he auto elected, dean heller has obstructed his agenda. that grandstand press conference he had derailed any momentum to get the healthcare
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bill repealed. we will need people to support the america first agenda and i will be that person. steve: a lot of republicans are disappointed that they had sent a republicans back to the senate and the house for many, many years, and then when given the chance in the u.s. senate, i need to specify, there were a number of republicans who just said yeah, i know i used to say that but i've changed my mind now. he is one of the guys. so he has confused a lot of people who supported him in the past. >> yeah. and that's what frustrating the people of nevada so much. dean heller has broken one promise after another to the people of nevada. he promised to repeal obamacare and, in fact, he voted for that two years ago. but when he had the chance to actually get it repealed, he voted against it. he campaigned on the fact that he would defund planned parenthood. and then he had this crazy crowd at the town hall ask him about whether he would support planned parenthood and he promised to continue to fund it. he said he was against illegal immigration, and then he is one of the senators that are out there trying to grant amnesty to the illegal immigrants.
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people of nevada are sick and tired of politicians who promise one thing and do the exact opposite once they are elected. i have true convictions for what i stand for. i have the courage to stand up and fight for those and i have the leadership skills to get them passed. steve: okay. so, danny, what are your, you know, what are your probabilities? what the possibility you could actually primary him and win? >> oh, i'm going to win this race if i have the financial resources to get the message out. there is no doubt about it. dean heller has lost the support of the base of the republican party. the key thing now is to get the message out to the people that don't watch fox news every day or aren't as politically active. if i get the resources to do it, i'm going to win this race. if anybody wants to help me, go to my website and help me get started. steve: danny tarkanian who just announced on "fox & friends" that he is running against dean heller for the senate. dean heller was invited on this program.
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i think we made a call yesterday. he declined. meanwhile, are you getting six hours of sleep each night you? won't believe how badly that puts your body in danger if you don't. an angry left wing groups are telling pro-life democrats they need to support abortion or they can't be a democrat. but at this point can they really afford to turn anybody away? we've got a debate coming up live from new york city ♪ i and i'll write your name ♪ poor mouth breather. allergies? 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.
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♪ ♪ brian: all right. time now for news by the numbers. first 1.1 presidential million. that's how many fewer americans relying on food stamps that's since president trump took office. the numbers going to the u.s. department of agriculture. that's good news.
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next, 24 times. that's how much higher the philadelphia tax rate on soda is compared. beer ainsley thirsty compared to the state of pennsylvania tax rate on beer. study finding that 1.5% per ounce makes buying soda more expensive than beer. your move, coca cola are rc, whatever your preference is finally 6. that's the least amount of hours you should sleep a night. those are blankets. a new study saying not getting enough shut eye could lead to the same problems you experience after binge drinking also linked to increased risk of obesity, depression and heart problems. i have got to get some rest. ainsley? ainsley: thanks, brian. they stand to lose millions of dollars needed to keep their city safe. chicago's mayor rahm emanuel defending their lawsuit against the doj sanctuary cities policy. now other states like california and massachusetts might take similar action as well. but is that a good move politically? here to debate is fox news contributor richard fowler and independent women's voice
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president heather higgins. thank you both for being with us. >> thank you for being with us. >> after that intro i think i should go back to bed and get more sleep. ainsley: more sleep and more beers in our lives. thanks, brian. ainsley: let me start with you, richard, as the democrat on this panel, let me ask you what is going on in chicago. why is rahm emanuel supporting it. it looks he is supporting the illegal criminal aliens that are in prison versus the people that vote for him or the people that live in his city. >> i think you have to sort of move the two hour. right? one chicago has a violent crime problem. and i think that is different from the fact that there is undocumented individuals living in chicago. right? and i think if you look at the welcoming city's law in chicago, what you find is that law says if you are -- if there is a warrant out for your arrest in chicago or if you have committed a violent crime in chicago, if you are arrested, you are reported to ice and you deporting procedures proceed as normal. with that being said, if you
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get a traffic ticket or if you don't pay your child support or if you, you know, shoplift from a macy's in chicago, and you are found in violation of a crime, you aren't aren't reported to ice. the reason for that has to do with the fact that in 2014, there was a federal case in portland, oregon, where a federal -- there was a case in portland, oregon where a federal judge said it is unconstitutional for illegal immigrant to be held for 48 hours waiting for ice. so that is the emphasis for the city of chicago and for rahm saying that chicago is a sanctuary city. that is sort of where there is this sort of gray area and that is where the debate is. ainsley: heather, how does that help the people that are paying taxes that are here doing the right thing legally. >> have you hit on a very important point which is a lot of the sanctuary cities virtue signaling trump's order signaling to his team as well. the challenge is one of federalism. there are limitations on what the federal government can ask state and local governments to
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do, which is why texas had to pass state laws to cooperate fully. what the sanctuary city's policy is the trump administration has issued does say and is accurate on that it is inappropriate in these cities that have laws that preclude their people with penalties from cooperating with ice from doing so. ainsley: what's your machine? what do you think? >> basically it's smart. it's being like dealing with teenagers. right? there is only -- you can tell them to do good things. you can't force them to do good things. but you still have the power of the purse to say you can make really bad choices. but if you make those really bad choices, we don't have to pay for these other things. what this ties into is that it is not just a crime issue. for most americans, who have economic challenges and see how difficult it is, they hear stories like the park land hospital in dallas with just literally thousands of anchor babies a year coming in, getting delivery for free, prenatal services for free. all these other benefits for
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free and they're not even american citizens and they are really difficult to get this for anybody else. they are thinking of this as a larger economic issue. they are thinking of it not just as a crime issue. they are thinking why are these cities protecting these folks and it's politics. because if you look at where the democratic vote projections come from. it comes from immigrants particularly undocumented immigrants. that's why you have such a push back on voter registration and making sure that people who are voting are legal to vote. that it's just support of the demographics of the strategy. >> let me make two points here. one, i think it's hard pressed to find illegal immigrants voting. number two, we also think about the economic cost of keeping these individuals in jail. so, if it in jeff sessions' world where you hold these individuals in jail because for ice to get them, it takes 48 hours. so from when you arrest an illegal immigrant, they have to remain in jail for 48 hours. just two days at the cost of
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200 to $300 a day. that the state or the taxpayer in chicago or in los angeles or in dallas has to pick up. ainsley: this is why the president wants criminal illegal aliens to leave the country. >> yeah. but while they are leaving the country, the state has to pick that up. >> are you saying with if the federal government reimbursed the state. >> they are not doing that right now. >> if they were, you say the democrats would be fine with handing over everybody? >> i think that's what's not. >> we have a patchwork of immigration laws from 1982 or 1983 that we're operating off of which is problematic, we are living in 2017. >> well, we also have the various state rules and state laws. >> 1984 immigration laws we are living off of. ainsley: let's talk about one other big topic this morning there is a democrat who is pro-life paul spence running in arkansas for the second district. have you all these pro-choice groups that are irate. they are furious with him.
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they are saying he is not allowed to be a democrat. he can't be pro-democrat if he is pro-life. what are your thoughts. >> i have knob problem with running for seat in arkansas. i think the larger problem here there is very few pro-choice republicans that are running. ainsley: isn't a little bit of diversity in each party good. >> i believe there is diversity in both parties. debates oh you can't have a pro-choice republican, you can't have a pro-life democrat. hey -- ainsley: heather, what do you think? >> we do have pro-choice republicans. part of the reasons this is awkward for democrats is that their pro-choice continue contie is is. we have reduced it to to two polarities. in fact, if you look at the american people, there is a lot more nuances on the issue. when the democrats say, you know, they are opposed to a pro-life candidate in any way, shape, or form, they are including people who might be
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in favor of abortion rights through, you know, the first semester or the first two semesters but they oppose partial birth abortion or oppose third trimester abortions. there is a lot of nuance with where you come out on abortion and that's an awkward discussion if you are a single issue group to have. also awkward if you look at the demographics millennials are now much more pro-life than they used to be as babies become viable at earlier and earlier ages. ainsley: they are so special. heather, richard, thank you so much for joining us. we will have nikki haley coming up. we will get her reaction on ♪ of gum disease. try new parodontax toothpaste. ♪ (boy) and these are the lungs. (class) ewwww!
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joining us now the u.s. ambassador to the united nations nikki haley. ainsley: former governor of the great state of south carolina. so proud of you. steve: what do you think of the president's tweet. >> saturday was a huge win for the united states and huge win for the united nations. it was not a good day for north korea. basically what you saw was all the countries come together and say this has got to stop. this is not something that we think can be reckless and casually dealt with that's what he has done. i think we hit him and hit him hard. brian: did something happen? did they do something that even pressed the buttons of russia and china that made it easier for you to convince them to go along with this? >> no. it was really me saying how many more icbm tests do we need to have before we do something? steve: good. >> at what point are we going to show action? really that goes back to what we tried to do at the united nations which is stop talking about it let's get something done. and so last monday i basically told security council we talked enough. it's time to get this done. and, look, china and russia
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were not the easiest but at the end of the day they came through and that's all that matters. ainsley: good for you. 15-0. that's awesome. tell us about what's our plan if the sanctions don't work because north korea, it seems like they are not working after his response. >> well, first of all on saturday during the vote, we did say this is not the solution to north korea. what this does do is it kicks them in the divut. it goes after the hard currency. he is going to feel it all the money he has been using for ballistic missile program and he is not feeding his people. it just got reduced in a big way. what we are saying is now the bawling is in your court. kim now has to decide is he going to turn around and say okay the international community is telling me to stop or is he going to have, you know, a temper tantrum and go on -- steve: it sounds like he is having a temper tantrum because of the sanctions he is now saying through state run television we will mobilize all resources and take physical action. it sounds like we are getting closer to a shooting war. >> but we don't run scared. this had to happen.
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we had to go after his hard currency. we had to stop him. how he responds, he is going to now think what is the end game? is he really going to come after the united states knowing what the united states can do back? he has got to make that calculation. he now has to decide that i think what the united states does is he we continue to know what our options are. and we continue to be able to. ainsley: what are our options if our sanctions aren't working. is it to put ground troops? what is the next step? >> i think it depends on what he does. if he goes and he still tests small things. is he going to watch his hard currency go way down. see hard kicks when it comes to ballistic missile program. if he chooses to do something more dangerous, the united states will respond accordingly. i think the international community will respond accordingly. brian: one thing you did not do and correct me if i am wrong, you did not sanction the chinese bank to deal with north korea. would that be the next step. >> what we did do is we sanctioned one of the primary banks that north korea deals with. that was a hard-hitting bank that we did do. so we went after coal, lead,
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iron, seafood. we went after sanction designations including the bank. then we went a step further no new labors leaving north korea and after joint ventures. no joint ventures. this is comprehensive. brian: they make $500 billion off that joint labor. if you stop china from selling oil to north korea, what would that do. >> yes, of course, oil would kick hard. brian: right now they are getting their oil. >> they are getting it but we just cut a billion dollars out of a 3 billion-dollar export. a third of their hard currency is being hit. they are going to feel it in a big way. what was better china came out and said to the international community we are going to follow through on these sanctions and we want everyone else to do it as well. it's a new tone coming from china. a new reaction coming from china. ainsley: how did you get china and russia coming on board. >> i think with china we basically said enough talk. we're done. you have the ability to control 90% of their trade and you can't make excuses anymore.
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to their credit, they stepped up. we did some heavy negotiations. we got them there russia, i think they wanted to delay it initially. i don't think that's what they wanted, but we got them there. as long as they were there, that's what matters. steve: ambassador, on the front page of foxnews.com right now there is a story that apparently the intel community has picked up antiship cruise missiles were being loaded on to a patrol boat or patrol boats in north korea. what can you tell us about that? >> i can't. i can't talk about anything that's classified. and if that's in the newspaper that's a shame. but,. steve: have you no reason to believe that's not accurate though? >> i have no reason to comment on it. ainsley: that shouldn't be in the newspaper? is that another leak i guess? >> it's one of those things i don't know what's going on. i will tell you it's incredibly dangerous when things get out into the press like that. you are not only just getting a scoop on something, you are playing with people's lives. and this has got to stop. whatever the leaks are coming from, if somebody thinks they are getting power or fame from it, all you are doing is putting americans in danger. steve: sure. i understand that. at the
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same time is the united states intel community saying hey, mr. kim, we're watching you. we just saw you put those things on the boat. >> listen, don't think that he is not aware and we are not aware of everything that's happening at every given moment. we know exactly what's going on. brian: we know the president last week was going to come out rumored to be come out against china and trade practices. that's not really your concern. but the fact is if that speech was held back and action was held back in order to get china's vote, that would be significant. was there some coordination on that that you know of? >> a lot of what our negotiations were were just trying to get them to the finish line. and getting them to save faces a well and say yes, we are doing our part. the united states is going to have further conversations and i had further conversations with my chinese counterparts that we are not going to agree on everything. we are going to have issues on other things. when those happen, we will talk about it. this was about the resolution. this was about us coming together. this was about us working with china and we get that. ainsley: in your experience being the ambassador now for a little more than six months,
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what is the biggest issue facing our country. is it north korea? >> right now i think it's north korea. i think the other part is just the lack of stability arranged the world. whether you look at syria. whether you look at the issues in africa and veans an venezueld the philippines. you can't take your eye off it right now. the united states needs to lead. it doesn't mean lou action but d voice. brian: how do you view it as you sit at the united nations. >> we just passed one of the strongest resolutions in a generation against north korea. if you look at syria, we basically put assad in his place. use chem weapons. we are continuing to work with all the parties there to bring stability. i'm going to africa in october to make sure we are continuing to build our africa policy to work on the famine the political issues. we are anywhere and everywhere which is what the united states does. when we lead, people follow. steve: you know who agrees with you on syria is the "the washington post."
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they head a headline under trump gains against isis has dramatically accelerated. that's what we want to hear. >> it's amazing. if you look at where we are with isis in january and where we are today, it's a huge accomplishment. and i think, you know, looking at the security council resolution on saturday, looking just, you know, as a governor at the stock market and jobs and everything else, we're seeing great actions taken by the administration. and i think you are seeing great team work. it's only just the beginning. brian: i just find it hard you have to find long and hard of somebody who has a negative look at your job performance over last seven months. somebody happy in new jersey right now. >> survival mode. we are taking it a day at a time but we have good team at the u.n. steve: governor, ambassador. ainsley: nikki. steve: thank you very much. brian: south korea musmuch.briaa must be great training for the united nations. ainsley: we love you. >> thank you very much. ainsley: mayor rahm emanuel is
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including one upcoming episode as well as thousands of emails and documents from top executives. the hackers want at least $6 million in online currency called bit coin. they are telling hbo to pay up within three days or they are dump more data. brian? brian: chicago suing the trump administration over threats to withhold federal money from sanctuary cities. according to the attorney general, the move is, quote: astounding given the unprecedented violent crime surge in chicago with the number of murders in 2016 surpassing both new york and los angeles combined. pier coconis is a retired police sergeant and wants to weigh in. are you proud of the mayor for standing up. >> absolutely not. this is a political ploy. at the clinton white house he advocated on being tough on immigrants and deporting them. now all of a sudden his story changed. its votes. he needs to get reelected. he closed schools. he reduced the amount of
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police on the department he needs votes. who is going to vote for him? he is hoping these immigrants will vote for him. brian: it's hard to believe because they are not american citizens they shouldn't be able to vote. however, in this area, in this city, is it in the interest of law enforcement to have illegals who are not breaking the law, besides being in the country, report other illegals who are? do you lose that source if they feel as though they could be deported? >> first of all, the fault the argument is for the past four or five years these illegals have not come forward anyway. whether they come forward now or not is not the question. if i'm a homicide detective and i have got three guys shot, one of them being a kid. i don't care what your immigration status is and i'm not going to ask about your immigration status and i'm not going to make it an issue. i want you to help me get the murderer he is and the shooters and the gang bangers off the street. i don't care what your status is. brian: $3.2 million.
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what could your police department, used to work for do with 3.2 million? because that's what's at stake here. >> 3.2 million he uses for equipment and cars. but he is also suing the department of justice, who is he trying to avoid getting into a consent decree to oversee the police department. so you are suing somebody that is, in fact, trying to get you a consent decree to run your department. so, why sue them if you are trying to get them to back off? makes no sense. brian: sergeant, your unofficial poll, how many people on the job or used to be on the job feel the way you do? >> oh my god, my facebook lit up yesterday when i put this question out. i guarantee you 70%, if not more of the policemen on the street don't believe what this guy is doing, don't believe what he is selling. brian: so, peter, what you are saying is he has got the vote of the illegal immigrants but not law enforcement. peter koconis, thanks so much. >> you're welcome. brian: appreciate it,
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sergeant. straight ahead. president trump praising attorney general jeff sessions for crashing down on leaks. did he go far enough to fix that relationship? former utah congressman jason chaffetz weighs in. and the white house calls out the media leak for, quote, cosmopolitan bias. tammy bruce says the need to get off high horses and pass. she's next. ♪ distant memory nothing works faster stronger or longer what pain? advil. whoo! testis this thing on?! huh? c'mon! your turn! mmmm... where do pencils go on vacation?
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♪ steve: it was a couple of days ago. by now it seems everybody has seen this exchange between white house advisor steven miller and adoes attachment if you haven't seen it, here it is. >> this whole notion that they have to learn english before
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they get to the united states, are we just going to bring in people from great britain and australia. >> jim, i can honestly say i am shocked at your statement that you think that only people from great britain and australia would know english. it's actually -- it reveals your cosmopolitan bias. steve: ouch. fox news contributor tammy bruce says it's just the latest example of what she calls the smugness and bigotry of trump hatedders she wrote op-ed on foxnews.com. >> making everybody mad. everybody. this is not a partisan issue. this is across the board. what you hear there and the problem with this is it's what michael gertzer speech writer for george w. bush wrote soft bigotry of low expectation. numbers wrong like 54 nations that have english as the official language. not just australia and england. but it's expectation that if there is some standard we would apply to someone who might be disadvantaged or poor or struggling that they can't cope. that they won't be able to do
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it. and the low expectation bigotry effectively is the suggestion that those people never will be able to help themselves and that they will always need to be ushered through and always need big government. but, of course, the american experiment proved that wrong. and we see that though just not in that exchange but at twitter, you know, the bigotry regarding west virginia. the claims about in one instance a liberal pollster noted on twitter that the people in west virginia don't speak english. brian bine we have it. attacks west virginia voters. lots of people in west virginia can't support themselves or speak english. what a shot into the solar plexus that is. >> that's it. people wonder. this is -- we have the highest number of people in history who don't identify with either party. it's like 4 in 10 is probably even more now from a year ago. 4 in 10 voters did not identify with either party. it's because when you even got some conservatives arguing that well, everybody just got
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to pick them up by themselves by the bootstrap and what they are doing is they are problems. the fact is government has been so involved in our lives with central planning that when you have got a state like west virginia, that when hillary said well, we're going to, you know, kill all the coal mining jobs. they watched somebody from outside in the coast in a different city determining their future for them as though they can't do it. and whether you are in west virginia or montana or new york or california, you imagine what your family will be doing in the future, not hillary clinton. steve: um-huh. >> that it's your decision. and this is what now we sees a this soft bigotry, this snobbery from leadership that suggests that americans in general don't know how to run their lives. have to have big government. and must be centrally planned. and west virginians are saying no and obviously as we are seeing most americans are as well. steve: interesting stuff. check out the op-ed foxnews.com. tammy bruce, thank you very much. my pleasure.
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>> thank you for having me. brian: four minutes before the top of the hour. steve: president trump praising jeff sessions for cracking down on leakers. are their differences under the bridge. former congressman jason chaffetz, look, he is here. he is next. i was given warfarin in the hospital, but wondered, was this the best treatment for me? so i made a point to talk to my doctor. he told me about eliquis. eliquis treats dvt and pe blood clots and reduces the risk of them happening again. not only does eliquis treat dvt and pe blood clots. eliquis also had significantly less major bleeding than the standard treatment. eliquis had both... ...and that turned around my thinking. don't stop eliquis unless your doctor tells you to. eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleeding. don't take eliquis if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. if you had a spinal injection while on eliquis call your doctor right away if you have tingling, numbness, or muscle weakness.
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♪ >> this is a battle of the godfather versus the attorney general. >> we are welcoming city, always will be. >> jeff sessions fired back. this is unprecedented violent crime surge in chicago. >> it is like dealing with teenagers to say, you can make really bad choices but if you make those really bad choices we don't have to pay tore these other things. >> u.s. spy satellites spotted north korea loading antiship cruise missiles on to a patroll bottom. >> how he responds, he will have to think what's the endgame? is he coming after the united states knowing what the united states can do back. >> we have to do tax reform. i'm hearing from people all over. we are hurting. please you have got to do something.
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you guys promised to do something. brian: six, the least amount of hours you should sleep at night. new study saying not getting enough shut-eye lead to same problems you experience after binge drinking. i have to get some rest. ♪ steve: our first guest this hour has return address of that building down in washington, d.c. take a look, former republican congressman from the great state of utah, jays sown chaffetz, a fox news contributor. >> thanks for having me. steve: just returned from hawaii. >> hawaii is great. ask me anything.
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i will be happy. oh, my gosh, i love hawaii. ainsley: talk about north korea, the leader of north korea, kim, is threatening to fire off more nuclear weapons. >> hey, look we have to take this very seriously. i was in south korea and japan this past spring. admiral harris who runs pacific command out of hawaii, when i visited with him, look at any moment we have to be ready to deal with this threat. it is the most serious threat. i give a lot of credit for the trump administration for the foreign policy and position they have taken. nikki haley did fabulous job getting 15-0 win at united nations. steve: that never happens. >> dana perino said how many arms did you twist. she said all of them. ainsley: she said it wasn't easy. >> saturday was a huge win for the united states t was a huge win for the united nations. it was not a good day for north korea.
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basically all the countries came together, saying this has to stop. this is not something to be reckless and casually dealt with. they hit him and basically we hit him hard. we were saying how many more icbm tests we need to have before we do something? at what point will we show action. that is what we tried to do at united nations. stop talking about it. let's get something done. last monday i basically told the security council. we talked enough. time to get this done. steve: the president of the united states, mr. chaffetz, a couple minutes ago tweeted out this. after many years of failure countries are coming together to deal with the dangers imposed by north korea. we must be tough and decisive. north korea said we will mobilize all resources, physical action, long-range missiles, we have to be worried they will do something stupid. >> the president has done tremendous job. listen to what nikki haley said. this alone won't solve the
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problem. you have to have the biggest, baddest military on the planet and united states does. and the united states has to use it unfortunately with south korea and japan and put pressure on china. we have to be able to take that thing down, hopefully that never happens but we have to be able to do it. brian: we sent a signal. bombs across the peninsula. and makes you wonder how much potent our missile defense would be if president obama didn't shelf it. we're break neck pace, manhattan project-like pace to protect the western part the country. >> what we're doing in guam, expanding making sure we have missile defense there. what hawaii is tag in its preparation. majority of our naval forces are now not pacific ocean, they're taking care of this in very serious way. brian: china can't be happy about this. they don't want our presence there. now there is a reason for our presence.
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>> both china and north korea understand how seriously we are taking this. when you do these tests, you have a crazy man in north korea you have to be able to do it. everything i can say president trump is making right moves. the world is gathering behind it and understanding that. brian: when guys like ambassador michael mcfall from obama administration came out saying he is impressed what happened over the weekend. >> he hired right people, most senior military people in place. decades of experience from the chief of staff to the secretary of defense to the secretary of state. we have the a-team on it. steve: part of the a-team is the attorney general of the united states. yesterday the attorney general got sued by rahm emanuel the mayor of chicago, because they said the department of justice can not with hold federal grants. brian talked to a retired police officer a few moments ago, what rahm emanuel is doing is bare
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knuckle politics. >> this is all a political ploy. he needs the votes. so in the late '90s, working at the clinton white house he advocated being tough on immigrants and he deporting him. now all of sudden his story changed, it is votes. he needs to get reelected. he closed schools. he reduced amount of police on the department. he needs votes. who will vote for him? he is hoping immigrants will vote for him. steve: congressman, politics has been your business, explain the politics of rahm emanuel being sanctuary city would be good for his business. >> rahm emanuel used to be chief of staff under president obama. under president obama they released more than 80,000 criminal aliens. people here in the united states illegally. committed a crime. were caught. convicted. instead of deporting them he released them back into the united states. donald trump is on the right side of this issue. as long as democrats prioritizing non-americans over
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americans, they will lose a political argument. more important they make the country less safe. people who are here illegally, commit a crime. what we're asking for is i.c.e. be given 48 hour notice to come grab the person if they're trying to detain them and deport them. city of chicago says no, no, we wouldn't want to do that, let i.c.e. do its job. what if there is bank robbery, the fbi said i'm not coming because we don't like you, that is absolutely ridiculous. brian: this is not part of the better deal. the better deal was supposed to be economic revival for the democrats with cohesive action, not taking side of illegal immigrants for political purposes. not that the democrats need your advice, but this doesn't seem productive. >> look it, you have more than 1000 people shot in chicago in the first five months of the year. 100 people shot on 4th of july bookened itself i'm not saying those are all criminal aliens or people here illegally but --
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brian: mon could be using to help solve the problem. >> we're targeting people that are criminal alien element. ainsley: what happens in the fall, congress has to decide how the money is spent when they take on the budget? the judge on earlier saying they could put strings attached, if you don't comply you will not get federal money. he is saying rahm emanuel has a case under president obama's administration, those were the strings attached then canned you can't change the law. congress can change it in the fall. will they be able to implement it? >> the biggest gauntlet the republicans deal with is september. you have the border wall. you have the did not ceiling. there is not a republican on the planet that wants to raise the debt ceiling. you fail on health care and on vacation, you have to pass a budget, then you have also got to put this in place, little thing called tax reform, i can not believe the united states senate, mitch mcconnell in
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july said before the american people said there is so much on the plate we'll stay in august and works, only to pull that back. they're supposed to be in session but they're not. brian: after they failed. steve: your former job they look bad, particularly the senate. >> hey -- i didn't leave congress because i was tired of winning. steve: friday the torn general came out and said we'll crack down on leaks because obviously there have been a number of people, perhaps inside government, we don't know what little or intel community leaking stuff to make the administration look bad. you say, at least you told one of our producers they are not going far enough. >> no. they need to start putting people in handcuffs. the deputy attorney general has no credibility on this he is doing a press conference, most people don't understand there are 72 inspectors general that have 13,000 employees. there are 500 inspectors general in just the department of
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justice. report after report after report, when i was chairing oversight committee, we read reports making criminal referrals to the department of justice and they don't prosecute these people. we could sit here all day long, look at people in the past, federal employees, violated the law documented by the inspector general, go put them in handcuffs we'll get some credibility. brian: "new york times" north leak. they got ahold of climate change plan given to pruitt. they say concerned would be suppressed by trump administration, so they put it in "the new york times." >> the deep state does not like the fact that donald trump is trying to change the trajectory of the federal government in a place more compatible with what the american people want. that is what they don't understand. that is why republicans were so successful, even governor of west virginia switching parties. the liberals, their mind are, exploding. steve: thank you very much.
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you're the plug machine. with have got the governor of great state -- >> i want to shake his hand. he is a brave person. ainsley: you're sticking around. on "outnumbered." brian: but before, you're doing my radio show. all of sudden you forgot how to plug things. >> somebody put that on my schedule. steve: congressman, thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: it is 8:11 here in new york city and jillian has some headlines. jillian: good morning. i don't know how you could forget that. shame on you. what else are you doing today? i don't know, what? we do have some important news to get to right now, guys. fox news alert. a nationwide manhunt coming to a grizzly end overnight. brandon powell, escaped dangerous sexual assault suspect found dead in the crawl space of his parent's home in rural ohio.
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they say he shot him is as they closed in. he escaped friday after attacking a deputy. manhunt intensifies in missouri. police searching door-to-door for a man suspected of cooking a rookie cop. he killed 37-year-old michael at at traffic stop. he was army veteran living his dream as being a police officer. leaves behind a wife and two stepsons. marines that were killed during a training exercise. were identified. and private first class ruben velasco of california turned 19. 23 other marines were rescued after the osprey went down off the australian coast. crews are working to recover the wreckage. the cause of the crash is unknown. victim of the world trade center attack was the identified
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16 years later as a result of new advanced dna technology. we know the victim is male but we don't know his name because the family chose his name to be quiet. is the 1641 person to be identified in the september 11th attacks. 1112 people remain unidentified. it was more than two years since the last victim was named. we talked about it earlier. when you see the numbers i still can't believe how many people are unidentified. steve: still waiting for closure. brian: when you go down there, stuff was pulverized. steve: jillian, thank you very much. moon while he is the newest member of the republican party. we were talking about west virginia governor jim justice switching from democrat to republican as president trump visited his state last week. he is here to tell us why. brian: big question from silicon valley to capitol hill, amazon taking over the world and can we stay? stuart varney is here with concern. ♪
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♪ ainsley: certaining new question for lawmakers, is amazon taking over the world? commerce giant sparking antitrust concerns following
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more than 13 billion-dollar cash bid to buy whole foods. steve: critics warning amazon could kill off competitors if left unchecked. here to weigh in, host of varney on the fox business network, stuart varney. you can buy books and we bought mayonnaise, without leaving the house. >> you have given away the story there. who wants to really rein in amazon? answer? its enemies an competitors. the rest of us kind of like it. they have dropped prices. made it extremely convenient. we heart some want to go after amazon to rein it in. maybe on antitrust grounds. in my opinion, don't even think about it. because it is not going to work legally and it will not work with consumers. brian: we know the price of the stock went up nearly 40% in 2017. that is a great sign. i will say this. this is fear from non-legal perspective and gut perspective.
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once they got us they can competing. once they feel we can no longer compete with them, will they be not subjected to keeping those prices competitive. >> that is a good argument and that may be the case but the fact is amazon is in vanguard of revolutionizing the retail industry. you can't reverse that, nor should you opinion lies them. do you want to break them up? they put capital they gain from online sales into all kinds of other industries and other businesses, enhancing them. changing them too. ainsley: why do they want to buy whole foods? >> we don't really know. maybe they want to start their own bricks and mortar grocery operation. maybe they want to start their own delivery of grocery operation. it scares the devil out of their open points. every other grocery store chain stock prices fell big time. steve: look at local retail, they have been impacted.
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hard to find -- stuart used it live in my neck of the woods. hard to find a local bookstore. amazon took over and done that to a lot of businesses. >> you don't create a omelette without breaking a fews, and some of things that have been a few eggs. we don't rein it in, we don't stop it. let them go at it because benefit of consumers to do that. brian: apple invented iphone. didn't prevent others from doing it better. let's see if somebody else can do it better. thank you, stuart. >> is that it? brian: can you tell from the tone of my voice? i was wrapping you up. >> i didn't get to jeff bezos from "the washington post." brian: maybe after the break. ainsley: watch you at 9:00. >> you should. steve: more proof obama care is flat-lining the brand new blow to the affordable care act. we'll describe it coming up. brian: bernie sanders speaking of books, not letting go of his
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deaths are severely unreported. researchers at uva looked at thousands of death certificates from 2008 to 2014 finding deaths related to opioid were 24% higher and those related to heroin was 22% higher than previously thought. steve: meanwhile bernie sanders just can't let go of his failed political revolution. >> we are going to go forward with a political revolution. critical revolution. political revolution. brian: the vaughn center releasing a book long overdue, bernie sanders guide to political revolution for teens looking to become political activists. includes infographics to explain issues like income inequality to younger audiences. >> we have here to talk to us, fox business's kennedy and mtv-d.j. kennedy. >> i was surprised when i got another invitation. brian: so were we.
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bernie sanders sanders writing a teen book. do you think it is about time? >> absolutely for the young economist who has everything. his grandpa, your stuff belongs to someone and someone else's stuff belongs to you. i mean that is the cliff notes. steve: he made it very clear in the last election the presidential election he wound up with more votes than hillary clinton and donald trump combined. the youth vote. they love him. it's a perfect audience. >> it really is. he is creeping into his late 90s, fresher and more relevant than ever. brian: i find that sad because we're a democracy? >> you don't older americans, brian? how dare you. brian: older americans some of the finest americans around. many watch this show. i find it sad that america has appetite for socialism. >> because the way socialism is taught. unfortunately not enough people
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who escaped communist regimes, college professors, and academics lived in a bubble for decades teaching virtues of socialism, what they need a giant class trip of everyone brain washed. that is logical end of socialism. ainsley: they don't know what socialism is. we had someone on curvy couch and taken a video camera to what is campuses. do you like bernie sanders yes. >> the state has control of means of production or something about means, when someone is mean to you and you want to be a producer. ainsley: it is theoretical and it is meaningless. unfortunately a lot of this leftist populist economics is based on jealousy and envy. not based on encouraging people to work hard, foster their great ideas. brian: compete. get tired of winning i dare you. here is what he said the current generation of young people is most why listtic, least
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prejudiced in the history of the nights. it is prepared to move big and move this country in a different direction. >> if they're incredibly narcissistic they will fall prey to his pandering what he is doing. inconsideredably emotionally immature political philosophy. that is why he has to sell the idea to teens when their prefrontal cortex is still disconnected from their brains and they can't make a logical decision. steve: where are the teens getting idea those notions are good? is it from teachers in school? obviously so. >> going back further and further. more strong hold unions have on public schools the more you get indoctrination. steve: they teach the children english in some cases government and socialism and they have got. >> you will get socialism, communism, markism in math class learning fractions and learn how to cut what you have earned in half. brian. brian: who likes this book, democrats. they don't understand that
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bernie sanders wing. that is hurting their message, whatever that message is. it is not the bernie sanders message. his popularity unnerves them. >> this is not a better deal. this is not a part of it. there is still a huge schism within the democratic party. socialism is bad. you should really read about the effects of socialism on people's lives and people had to flee from countries where their things are taken and state runs everything. brian: i would like to have her book. do you think so? >> if she continues to be the fred travelina of cable. >> he always loves wearing light aqua. brian: we'll watch you on the fox business channel. >> wonderful. 8:00 eastern tonight. ainsley: this report will shock you. dozens of violent homegrown terrorists in u.s. prisons just found out they're getting released. steve: he made a major announcement when president trump visited the state of west virginia.
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the governor changed from being a democrat to a republican. could it mean trouble for his former party? jim justice the new republican up next. ♪
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>> today i tell you as west virginians, i can't help you anymore being a democrat governor. so tomorrow, i will be changing my registration to republican. [cheering] steve: and he did. that was west virginia governor jim justice announcing his switch from democrat to republican. brian: his latest news was big move. newly-elected west virginia governor jim justice joins us now.
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how hard was the that decision to make? you seemed happy to do it with a capacity crowd with the president to your right. >> that is tough decision. anytime you make that decision you say lots of prayers around discuss with your family but at the end of the day it really wasn't very hard because we've got real issues in west virginia. would i call it, i inherit ad dog mess, that is all there is to it. the long and short of it is, when we got right to crunch time, when i really needed my party, the democrats at the time, they walked away from me and we've let a lot of people in our state get hurt. i'm in this for one reason and one reason only, that is to get something done and to do stuff for the great people of west virginia. ainsley: how did the democrats walk away from you? >> well they got right to crunch time. they're the minority party in our state but but we had enough republican votes and republican
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senate right with us and enough republicans house votes with their votes to get passed my agenda. and then they dove in the ditch. the reason they dove into the ditch, was just down-right, no good for nothing politics. when they dove into the ditch, everything eroded and lots and lots of our people got hurt. steve: governor in the november election, donald trump won west virginia big. when i heard there would be a big political announcement at the event last thursday night, i figured it would be joe manchin announcing he would switch parties. instead it was you. it sent shockwaves through west virginia. have you had conversations with joe manchin? is he think about it as well? because your state is leaning republican party, and he is a democrat? >> well, i would love it if joe would, to tell you the truth. joe is a personal friend. i want to say this, president trump and his family are personal friends.
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at one time i blew out the tire on my vehicle way back in the woods. eric trump was with me. he was under the vehicle changing the tire, so the trump family has been friends a long time. we got a lot of things in common. i wish the people, i wish the press would get off his back. i mean this man is trying. this man is a good man. he really cares. this is not reality tv show. this is serious stuff. i mean you think, our stock market is at all-time high. unemployment going down the tubes, going away from us completely. at the end of the day i think about it, and i think about it all the time we have real issues all over the world especially with north korea and surely don't think rex tillerson will show up with like john kerry with james taylor singing, you have got a friend and that will be successful this is real issues and serious stuff. brian: you know the president since he was candidate. he wins.
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you get a chance to go to the white house regularly and make that decision. would you characterize beating, some characterize unfair treatment, is it wearing him down as you would see or energizing him? >> well i think i think for the most part it energies him. this is a determined man, that's for sure, but at the same time he is caring man, he has a sensitive part to him that a lot of people don't really realize or know. even if you're a tough guy, that sensitive part you know, it wears on you, and that's why i wish to goodness we would all realize we're americans. whether we're the media or whether we're, whomever we may be, we're americans. and we need to all realize he is our president. and we've got to jump in to try to help. that is the same thing i've got to do in my state here. i'm here to try to get something done and try to help.
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it doesn't matter to me if you're republican or democrat in this state. we're west virginians, and we have got to got stuff done right now. steve: the story you told, that it mattered to your mother that you were a democrat. because you told the story that night. would you recount that real quickly? >> oh, sure, i would love to. my mom and dad were both really, really strong republicans. i promise you my mom would have said exactly this, and she would be screaming this from heaven right now, she would be saying, jimmy it is about damn time you come back to your senses. brian: now you're running a state. you got your senses in her mind just at the right time. ainsley: my gosh, what a personality on you. you have to come back. thank you so much, governor. brian: coach the giants because -- ainsley: thank you so much. hand it over to jillian. jillian has headlines for us. i want to have a beer with him.
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jillian: i heard that story. brian: you want to have a beer everybody. ainsley: there is nothing wrong with that. jillian: get you caught up what you need to know. dozens of convicted homegrown terrorists are about to reenter our society. congressional research report says 50 violent jihadists serving time for terrorist-related offenses will be released from u.s. prisons by 2026 aft recently released convict tells the ap, we should be concerned about quote, loose cannons. they might go to the convenience store and cut off somebody's head. you just don't know. these geese are very problematic. you have to see the dramatic video of daring rescue. firefighters saving a driver trapped on top of an suv in raging floodwaters. crews crawling on ladders, tended from two trucks as water continued to rise in san antonio, texas. once they reached the man, handed him a lifejacket helping him climb back towards dry land.
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talking really slowly so you can enjoy the photo, ladies, you're welcome. when he is into the taking off his clothes or helping them on the big screen he is helping them off screen. >> chalka khan? jillian: channing tatum surprising kentucky state police officers. the "magic mike" star stopped by shop with a trooper project and other initiatives. he is in kentucky promoting his new movie, logan lucky, in theaters next week. steve: great that he supports law enforcement. jillian: great we have those pictures. awkward. ainsley: hand it over to janice who is definitely cute. she is outside. >> speaking of cute, hello lady, what is your name? >> carolyn. >> where are you from? >> north carolina. >> what would you say the
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weather in new york city? >> cloudy with a chance of meatballs. >> i would say with that bow it's a chance of fun. big story today is cooler than average temperatures across 2/3 of the country. feels like fall out here. that will be a trend not only for the week but into the weekend. we have stationary front bringing a chance of showers and thunderstorms along the gulf and mid-atlantic coast. we're watching frankly. franklin make as secondary landing in mexico, not affect the u.s. wave to everybody at home. we've got a great crowd on tuesday for "fox & friends." back to steve, ainsley, and brian. >> back to you. ainsley: very good. brian: that was a question. maybe not. that will work. let me tell you coming up straight ahead in the final 19 minutes. first isis, now coal. media reluctantly reporting president trump's accomplishments.
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thousand contributor, former spokesperson for president george w. bush, her -- mercedes schlapp. is this what president bush was like, when he was making gains and press pushed back? >> this is challenges with terms of his coverage and being able to get his message out, but for president trump and his team it has been even tougher. one is the media elitism basically telling us, the american people what we should think and how we should think on variety of topics including climate change and then secondly is theman stream media personal disdain of this president. they're so blinded by the fact that they personally don't like him and what i find is then you lose this whole sense of fairness in terms of reporting. you see the selection of stories that they pick. i mean my husband, this morning was on a different network and basically, called in, guess what my topic is, a poll if the president's liar or not.
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you would have never seen that under president obama. so they don't allow this president basically for him to talk about what issues and what he is working on success you fully. brian, we've seen, isis loses territory in both iraq and syria. we've seen the fact that north korean sanctions nap mustily approved by united nations security council on foreign policy on economy there is renewed sense of hope in our economy, as you have seen coal miners go back to work and in different industries across the board. brian: also you look at the fact a million less on food stamps. work requirement in. if you got advantages, crack down on immigration, if they put a balance their critiques would be more valid. one is sanctuary cities. attorney general sessions extremely aggressive saying if you have sanctuary cities you will not get federal money. they're saying on their budget they released, not the ones president obama has, department of justice made that clear.
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the pushback is from a city like chicago, soon to be cities all throughout california who will sue the president for withholding funds. >> we look at the case of sanctuary cities. this is so simple. it is simply having these cities comply with immigration law, what a concept. for too long we've seen the wild west when it comes to our immigration system. we've seen outdated immigration system that needs modernization, innovation. what attorney general sessions, what president trump is doing basically saying, listen, you local officials need to be local law enforcement need to work with the federal government to insure the safety of our citizens in america. brian, very simple concept. something that should have been applied a long time ago but under president obama he was so blinded by the fact of allowing illegal immigrant into our country, that of course, what have we seen? crimes against, from illegal immigrant against americans. that is where president trump,
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he is basically keeping to his promise of keeping americans safe and insuring that there is, that we get control of this illegal immigration problem. brian: absolutely. shut off the magnet. you saw 70% of the border crossings are down. rahm emanuel felt one way working for president clinton who sound a lot like president trump, and feels differently than he is mayor in 2017 with a republican president. mercedes slap, always great to talk with you. >> great talking with you. brian: coming up ahead, usually having breakfast with friends and diners across america but this morning todd piro is cooking with parents. bill hemmer he refuses to cook with us. >> i was there one time. made the chile. you loved it. brian: really? steve remembers. >> i will make you a second dish, brian of the. good morning to you. u.s. made it clear not crew he has the next move, what will it do? is tax reform truly possible? art laffer wrote book on reagan tax cuts. he is here live to explain.
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♪ ainsley: most mornings you find him talking politics with diners across the country or here on curvy couch but today we're putting a test to cook and share one of his family's favorite recipes. steve: i'm ready to consume. joining us with cooking with friend, fox correspondent todd piro down at the end and his parents, pete and marianne. >> good morning. >> you live down on the jersey shore. >> we do.
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steve: we saw in the family package you're a family that loves to congregate around the dinner table? >> yes, cook, eat, enjoy ourselves. ainsley: funny we always end up around the kitchen and table. >> that is what happens every time. ainsley: any good stories you before we get cooking you want to share your wonderful son todd? >> he comes down to visit in the summer when he can. and the first thing he says is, where's the food? making gravy, mom? okay, for you. steve: we're making today. >> yes, we are. >> this is grandma's recipe's, right? >> this is my mom. grandma bet. she was lovingly called. she was fantastic cook. my dad used to stir the pot. ainsley: how sweet. steve: that is what todd does now. >> this is in honor of her. this is like a two-step process. i brown the sausage. steve: okay. >> set it aside. brian: italian sausage. >> i like the italian.
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a little hot and sweet mix it. after i set that aside, i start with the meatballs. now for the meatballs we have a mixture of pork, ground pork, ground veal, and ground beef. and to that i add one egg, some italian bread crumbs, some freshly-greated parmesan cheese and some fresh parsley chopped fine. steve: fantastic. >> from our garden. mold it into like golf-sized mat balls. we add this after -- i but it in a blender. steve: cooking in real time. >> we have water and fresh greated parmesan cheese. steve: the whole recipe is at fox -- >> doing tv style. >> sugar. steve: through the magic of television you stir that up. come on over to this pot. there is a the bubble. ainsley: that looks delicious.
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>> smells delicious. >> we have to put in the meat. >> magic of television, boom in there. >> it becomes gravy. steve: ladle some up. here is your fork. >> would you like a meatball also? i like to put a dollop of -- >> it is fine. >> magic of television. ainsley: grab that one, steve. steve: perfect. >> i like to put a dollop of rocotta cheese. that kicks it up a notch. >> martha stewart grew up in our town and mom thinks she has a cooking show. >> thank you so much. steve: that's tasty. >> thank you. >> we'll be right back.
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>> brian could not find his phone and he can't start that radio show until -- >> it was in my hand. >> bye, everyone. >> breaking news, north korea is rejecting an appeal as the u.s. says it's your move. kim jung un vowing fierce pay back in the face of new sanctions. we'll figure out if the sanctions will work or not. welcome to "america's newsroom." >> shannon: good to see you. i'm shannon bream. president trump praising the actions against north korea this morning saying after many years of failure, countries are coming together to finally address the danger. u.n. ambassador nikki haley saying the u.s. holds the upper hand no matter what actions kim jung un decides to take. >> saturday was a huge

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