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first. heather: 7 rob: thanks for starting your day with us. series news about donald trump doubling down on the fire and fury comment. >> he says it wasn't tough enough and china issues a warning, don't strike first. >> reporter: good morning. the north korean threat of intermediate missiles being launched looming large, the president not only reiterated his warning that he would unleash fire and fury, he says maybe that didn't go far enough. >> they have been doing this to our country for a long time, many years and it is time someone stuck up for the people of this country and for the people of other countries. if anything maybe that statement wasn't tough enough. >> reporter: when it comes to whether the president is considering a preemptive strike he was tightlipped. >> i'm not like the other administration that would say we will be out of mosul and a few
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months, i don't talk about it. i can tell you what they have been doing and getting away with is a tragedy and it can't be allowed. >> a key part of any de-escalating tensions will rely on the role china plays in defusing the situation but according to reports, chinese state-run newspaper says in an editorial if north korea strikes first china should stay neutral. try to overthrow the north korean regime, china will step in to prevent them from doing so. the us and software carrying a previously scheduled military exercises later this month and chairman of the joint chiefs joe dunford departed are scheduled trip to japan. rob: the era of appeasement is
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over. history has shown appeasement usually has horrific historical consequences. we saw what happened in germany and england in world war ii. the showing of american might actually working with regard to north korea because as you have heard many pundits say, north korea is a different, quote, enemy. >> part of the issue is you just don't know how north korea will react in general or to what donald trump has to say and yesterday he spoke to reporters twice. let's listen to what he had to say. >> we are preparing for many different alternative events in north korea. he has disrespected our country greatly. they have been negotiating for 25 years. he folded on the negotiations, he was weak and ineffective and look what happened with bush and
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obama. obama didn't want to talk about it. i talk. it is time somebody has to do it. rob: if you are wondering of the policies of the past are over donald trump articulated yes, jack keane echoing the same sentiments. >> the president is fed up not only has all the facts in terms of the last 25 years with the kim dynasty, he knows full well his predecessors drew policies of negotiations, diplomacy, appeasement and accommodation have allowed the kim dynasty 50 point where they are nuclear rising icbms that threaten the american people and that frustrated him and he is fed up with it and sending a signal to this leader that i intend to deter you. i have the capability to destroy you and have the intent to do it. i am not going to permit you to
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do harm to the american people. jolene: donald trump 012 -- i want to de nuke the world. rob: he wants to get rid of nukes but we are not in a situation that you can do that. susan rice has a different take, we might need to tolerate nuclear war. she writes war is not necessary to achieve prevention despite what some in the trump administration concluded. if we must tolerate nuclear weapons in north korea the same way we tolerated the greater threat of thousands of soviet nuclear weapons during the cold war. nowhere did the president or administration say we are going to war. this will be our approach, we
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are strong in the face of this bully at her reference to war we are not even close to that yet. jolene: listen to this. >> she has no idea what she is talking about. she was utterly incompetent, and a nuclear deal after what bill clinton did with korea in 1994 that resulted in today and susan rice has all the credibility, has no credibility, they ignored it for eight years and on the way out, here is something, other presidents dealing with
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it, he is not going to kick the can down the road. rob: we have a real expert in the region, who was born there and is an expert on korean us relations coming up in the next block. jolene: us troops have recently come under direct fire in northern syria. a spokesman says it is not clear, no one was hurt. >> there have been clear engagements that have not resulted in injury. we are prepared to defend ourselves if required. jolene: us forces did not return fire, special operations have been in northern syria to keep the peace after isis was pushed out. a diplomat being treated for the same hearing loss is a group of american officials.
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the us investigation revealed diplomats were advanced in sonic weapons that operated inside or outside their homes in havana. the us expelled cuban officials from the embassy. >> russia will fly another spy plane after buzzing over dc and donald trump's new jersey golf course. russia is using the flights for propaganda purposes and to spy on things like our nuclear plans but it is part of the treaty of open spies, over the territories, 34 participating nations. a plane packed with passengers forced to make an emergency landing, from san diego, landed in buffalo, new york, posting this picture showing the crew member on a stretcher. is not that what caused two flight attendants and the pilot to get sick and the plane landed
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in san diego. jolene: a practice drill goes wrong, his teammates carried it across the field in long island, new york, trying to revive josh on the field. he would have started his junior year in high school, tragic story. >> a national emergency, the drug overdoses rise at horrifying rates. jolene: the white house plan from los angeles. >> reporter: donald trump waging a war on opioids. >> the opioid crisis is an emergency, a national emergency, going to spend a lot of time and a lot of money on the opioid
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crisis. >> reporter: the peaking at a golf resort in bedminster new jersey saying the administration is drafting paperwork, the declaration and is expected to expand access to treatment and make overdose antidotes more widely available. chris christie leads the opioid commission, praising the president saying, quote, i am completely confident the president will address this aggressively and do all he can to alleviate suffering and loss of scores of families in every corner of the country. the white house creating a pilot program in 12 districts across the nation to focus on preventing opioid-related health care fraud and pill mill schemes. >> something has to be done. 9 minutes after the hour north korea, could they soon be capable of a sneak attack by c. our next guest is a former cia
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analyst, she says yes. >> police officer shot at point blank range. is miraculous story of survival and words he thought would be his last. >> the investigation into benghazi isn't over yet. more on "fox and friends" first when we come back. i let her play sheriff so i can wash it. i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy to get it fresh and soft. you are free to go. tide and downy together.
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i am hit. i am hit in my neck. tell my family i love them. jolene: south carolina officer quincy smith coming under attack responding to a call about a suspicious person. he was hit three times and seriously hurt but managed to survive a life-threatening neck injury, the terrifying video captured, placed on his glasses. his shooter sentenced to 35 years for it to murder. bombshell fbi report revealing isis using ebay to fund fighters on american soil. according to the wall street journal the global financial network stretched from britain to bangladesh, linked to a suspected terrorist arrested in maryland last year. the fed say he pretended to sell computers on ebay to get isis
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payments through paypal. heather: 7 -- rob: donald trump doubling down on his threats to rain fire and fury on north korea. tens of thousands gather in pyongyang for a massive rally against the us. should the us be taking kim jung un seriously or is he just putting on a show for his people? doctor sue met with north korean officials and joins us with her insights. thank you for being here. i want you to explain your background because it underscores how knowledgeable you are about the situation and what you are about to explain. >> i have been following north korea for 15 years, 11 years with the cia as senior analyst at the white house and director of the bush and obama
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administrations. rob: you feel the north korean leader is viewing this from a defensive posture, not an offensive posture. that gives americans time to take a deep breath. explain your rationale. >> the united states is the most powerful country in the world. they are building this because they fear the us, they think the united states is out to get him. nuclear weapons are away to ensure survival was his most important goal is to survive and if he attacks the united states he knows that will be the end. rob: a lot of pundits said this is an irrational, crazy individual. you were in discussion with these individuals in north korea, you say that is not the case. >> kim jung un is barbarous, with a grip on his power but he is not crazy enough to end the
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regime. surviving is the most important goal for him and north korean officials. rob: he looks at what happened with qaddafi and said here's an individual who played by the nuclear rules and it didn't work out very well for him. >> north korea has always use libya as a perfect example, libya gave up nuclear weapons, and saddam hussein, having a nuclear weapons program is the only way to survive. rob: you tell me he has subs with nuclear strike capabilities. >> they have been working on the nuclear capability, intercontinental ballistic missiles, they have been working on the program for a wild but i don't think they can have a missile launched to hit the
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united states. rob: what about guam? >> they definitely have a missile that can reach qualm. rob: what is the concern of a submarine versus the on land missiles? what do we need to worry about? >> you need to have the capability for air and submarine base. when launching a missile from a submarine it is hard to defend against because it is moving around and south korea cannot defend against that. rob: having lived in south korea and studied this regime for so many years, how does this end? >> not well. i don't think it will be a comfortable world despite the political rhetoric. i don't think you can stop the nuclear program. we have to live with nuclear north korea. jolene: coming up if you are an american citizen you need not apply. the big company that just got
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official recognition system. a new deal for illegals already living in the us. the feds offering a change in visa status and a crackdown on dangerous ms 13 gang members. community cooperation is getting criminals off our streets but critics warn against overusing the visa offer or risk gathering fraudulent information. jolene: the company behind the hiring scheme is forced to pay up big time as part of a settlement, the doj ordering this company to pay $100,000 to 12 americans who applied for jobs and didn't get some. they hired foreign workers instead falsely claiming they couldn't find qualified americans. a foxbusiness alert. the post office asking you to pay up for postage. rob: what it means for your
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wallet. >> reporter: you may want to stock up on those forever stamps which are $.49, regulators will accept the struggling postal service's requests for more flexibly to raise the price of mailing letters beyond the rate of inflation, looking for ways to stay afloat, net losses total $2.4 billion. jolene: i'm wondering where to get my chocolate chip pancakes because rumor has it ihop and applebee's are closing. >> no more rudy tutti fresh and fruity. i don't want to start that apple. applebee's and ihop plan to close 160 restaurants. both chains having increased troubling attracting customers as more people eat at quick service restaurants but parent company dine equity says they will open 125 restaurant globally. you will have to go overseas. jolene: i can go on vacation.
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rob: you are watching "fox and friends" first. jolene: 30 minutes past the hour, donald trump doubling down on his fire and fury comments. rob: china issues a warning, don't strike first. jolene: good morning. >> reporter: the president says his warning to pyongyang that he would unleash fire and fury if they love missile that guam didn't go far enough. >> they have been doing this to our country for a long time, many years. it is about time someone stuck up for the people of this country and the people of other
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countries. if anything maybe that statement wasn't tough enough. >> all either on china as what role they can play in the escalating tensions, seen as a key part of getting north korea to denuclearize. according to reports this morning, if north korea attacked first china should stay neutral and if the us strikes first, china will step into beaven them from doing so. the president was tightlipped on whether he is considering a preemptive strike saying let's see what happens. >> let's be what he does with guam. if he does something in guam, it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before, what will happen in north korea. rob: the us and south korea carrying out large-scale military exercises later this month and chairman of the joint chiefs joe dunford departing yesterday on a scheduled trip to
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japan, south korea, and china. we will see if any pressure can be brought on china to de-escalate what is certainly an issue this week. rob: it seems like the next step with china. donald trump appearing to suggest mitch mcconnell should step down as majority leader after failing to repeal and replace obamacare. >> should mcconnell consider stepping down? >> if he doesn't get repeal and replace done and get taxes done, cuts and reform, if he doesn't get a very easy one to get done, infrastructure, if he doesn't get done, then you can ask me that question. rob: at sweet storm saying get back to work, repeal and replace, tax cuts and great infrastructure bill on my desk for signing, you can do it. that brings us to former chair of diversity for the trump
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campaign, donald shea says the president hit the ground running and americans want congress to catch up. >> our president, the political rockstar that he is hit the ground running, got us out of tpb, out of the paris accord, 1 million jobs in the economy, stockmarkets booming, military stronger, illegal aliens down 78%, refugees down 50%. he is doing his job. mitch mcconnell and paul ryan and the republicans and obstructionist democrats and obstructionist republicans need to be on board that train. it is an issue of donald trump is going to make america great again, we are going to help him do that and that is what congress is there for. he ran on repeal and replace seven years, he has only been here six months, why hasn't it been done?
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jolene: a major win in the war on terror under the trump administration, us military just confirming they have carried out two massive drone strikes taking out cold-blooded killers is affiliated with al qaeda in somalia. the ap report successful attack killed high level out shabaab leader. earlier this year donald trump authorized the military to launch operations against the most lethal terror group in africa. rob: hillary clinton scandal not appointed yet, obama appointed judge ordered the state department to search its own server for emails as part of a freedom of information lawsuit by judicial watch, the judge demanding account the former clinton aides come to a aberdeen and search for any response record they sent regarding benghazi to clinton's private email account. clinton has been slammed for not sending military support in benghazi in the attack that killed four americans.
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jolene: if you are spending the weekend outside don't forget to look up. the present meteor shower will light up the night sky across the whole northern hemisphere. rob: it could produce 150 shooting stars every hour. dennis dean is in the weather center with more on what to expect. >> lots of wishing on the shooting stars and our summer concerts these happening in the plasma so join us for "fox and friends". temperatures are very nice, refreshing 69 ° at 6:00 a.m. 77, a lot of humidity, current temperatures cooler across the midwest, the boundary that you see here, showers and thunderstorms, an area of disturbed weather off the coast of florida will bring showers across the sunshine state. you are going to be unsettled all weekend, a couple areas of
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low pressure moving in. the southwest, we are dealing with some monsoonal moisture. otherwise the rest of the country very son like. i hope to see you both for the summer concert series, "fox and friends," coming up. rob: also the barbecue. jolene: horrifying moment for a pop icon when a fan storms the stage. bodyguards and several dancers slamming the man to the floor and holding him down. police say he rushed the stage after security asked him to leave. spears was concerned he may have had a gun. in kansas city he is charged with trespassing. he was unarmed. rob: a woman lucky to be alive
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after her car falls seven stories down a parking garage, you can see the head on crash barely clipping an suv. police in austin, texas say she accidentally hit the gas pedal accelerating safety cables on the platform, somehow, this is miraculous, she escaped with non-life-threatening injuries. jolene: 37 minutes past the hour, the hot water challenge, a terrifying trend on social media. >> no one treated us like we had done anything. it is different, amazing. rob: emotional honor for american heroes who never got the credit they deserved. jolene: the church of scientology, hillary clinton ditching the podium for the pulpit and the internet can't get enough. ♪
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size of classroom chairs matters to liberal snowflakes, the new school and the university in new york publishing and extensive guide on micro-aggression, normal-sized seats in the academic setting, the college claims they are too small for most people to sit in, hurting feelings. are you comfortable? rob: talk about juxtaposition in american grid, men and women who sacrificed and served, the goal behind the network that flies veterans of us wars to washington dc to visit their memorials. lisa joins us with more. >> reporter: how you? rob: these stories make everyone feel good. >> an incredible experience, so moving. served the country and the most vilified war and never received a thank you for that service but the plane left the tarmac in oshkosh, wisconsin, all of that changed and i was honored to go
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along for the ride. change we couldn't be more proud. >> reporter: this was different, all 107 servicemembers on board including a member of american airlines old glory honor flight. >> my fellow veterans. >> reporter: bruce fair served in vietnam 1969-1970, 101st airborne division. >> we didn't get pats on the back. today that changed. >> reporter: instead of dirty looks they received cheers. a true welcome home. >> when we came home no one treated us like we had done anything. it is different now. it is amazing. >> reporter: a day full of emotions, 800 miles, the ability to gaze upon the 58,318 etched
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into the vietnam war memorial, gary was one of them. a frequent volunteer on honor flight this was his first with his brothers and sisters in arms from vietnam. >> they are not names to me, those are 18 and 19-year-olds come back to life temporarily, my heart and soul. >> reporter: not the only one who saw more than a name. >> i have friends on the wall here that i wasn't able to. there are stories like that about everyone on this wall. i don't know what to say. i get too choked up. >> reporter: she was one of 265,000 women who served during vietnam. women were a part of the vietnam experience and none of us was drafted to go to the war.
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we all volunteered. jolene: they got they are memorial in 1993 and thousands you the return showing it is never too late to say thank you. >> this is just amazing, absolutely incredible. one of the best days of my life. jolene: this wouldn't have happened without the help of american airlines, the whole crew including the pilot were all volunteers. to learn more about the program go to old to the glory is about honorflight.org and look for your local have. rob: these stories are selling.because people of our generation celebrate our troops that this generation did not get that recognition, they got just the opposite. jolene: i cannot explain how moving it was to share this day with them, see the look in their eyes, the honor they deserved. george washington said the willingness of future generations to serve is based on
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we treat previous generations and it is important to remember these veterans, the way they are treated, to honor them and ensure future generations are treated the way they deserve. rob: jillian, over to you. >> it is powerful when you feel that emotion. 14 minutes until the top of the hour, maxine waters dishing out advice for donald trump, mike huckabee said the internet on fire with his response. 15 minutes of fame turning into a serious timeout. the photo bomb that landed this guy in big trouble, we are coming right back. ♪ poor mouth breather. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that.
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♪ that look in your eyes ♪ jolene: welcome back. maxine waters not happy about the president's fire and fury statement. mike huckabee set the internet on fire with his response. the longest title of all time, fox 15, what is going on in the internet? >> this week the president set social media on fire saying north korea would be met with fire and fury if they threaten the united states, now they say the statement didn't go far enough. is that the right approach? california congresswoman maxine waters has taken the opposite stance saying the united states and the trump administration needs to work with north korea.
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>> there are some things they once from us and we have to find out whether or not we can work with them. >> reporter: something president obama would have said, take the diplomatic approach. some conservatives are flooding social media. look at this tweet from former alaska governor mike huckabee, he always has the clever stuff. the president is dispatched maxine waters to north korea to talk to little kim after a half hour with her, he will drink whatever he gave his half-brother, saying he poisoned himself and talked to maxine waters was a lot of others saying she wants to negotiate send her over there. if this is true, put her on an airplane and send her over there. a tweet similar to this from
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deplorable in california, how fast can we get her there? the ongoing debate how to handle this serious threat continues. >> a bit of controversy and i have a feeling there might be some controversy. >> chelsea manning leaked secret military documents, now she made her modeling debut in september, twoed out the picture saying this is what freedom looks like, this picture spreads like wildfire on social media. some of plotting the for including her in the issue. others say the magazine is glorifying a convicted trader. this tweet again, your primary issue should be the treason thing. another person say i am repulsed and disgusted that a trader of this country is depicted as 3. similar spots, true that a trader lease and tell to the
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russians on wikileaks. rob: what else? >> we heard this from you yesterday, you reported -- i didn't give it the clever name, social media, hillary clinton possibly whats to spread the good word. her longtime preacher saying she might be interested in sharing her faith. people on social media got a hold of this information. imagine some names of possible churches hillary clinton could run, jim dandy, also a great name says the church of lyingtautology. church of holy panzer. it off with our lady of perpetual excuses. go on social media, so clever.
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>> if you need a laugh log on to social media. thank you for joining us. it is 7 minutes until the top of the hour. up next his 15 minutes of fame turning into a serious timeout, the photo bomb landed this little guy in big trouble with mom. ♪ ♪ walk along ♪
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♪ and i'm on my way ♪ and i feel it ♪ feel it ♪ feel it is right. todd: getting ready fo for life house. it is time for the good, the bad and the ugly. southwest airlines employee goes extra miles to return luggage to cancer patient. she needed the bag for chemotherapy the next morning. heard her story tracked down the bag and delivered it to stacey at 3:00 in the morning with a note quote kick that cancer's butt. >> a ripped through a crowded beach. look at that there. >>
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>> as you can see umbrellas and towels flying through the air at the beach in france. no one was hurt. that's scary. >> finally the ugly, little girl dragged a little boy on the ground on the back of a live newscast. the child seemed to be throwing a tantrum behind the girl in scotland. girl pulling him away when he refused to walk. >> oh my goodness. look at this video. >> oh my god. >> that reporter had no idea what was happening behind him. >> i feel like we have all been parted of that at one point or another. something is going on behind you. todd: what the audience at home doesn't realize this is how these three ladies are going to remove me from the plaza. >> you wish. >> do you know what's happening behind us right now? >> life house is joining us. janice: all-american american concert series make sure you come join us. janice: famous dave.
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wave, girl. todd: we want to thank you at home for letting janice and i hang out with you. with that, "fox & friends" is over. "fox & friends" starts right now. have a great one, everybody. >> this is a fox news alert. fire and fury, president trump doubling down on his warning to north korea. >> he does something in guam. it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before. it's not a dare. it's a statement. >> the president is totally fed up. >> whole point is to deter war. in order to do that you have to make sure that the enemy understands you mean it? >> the tragedy of well enough known that it would be catastrophic. >> federal judge is ordering the state department to search its server for emails from key hillary clinton aides related to the benghazi attack. >> president trump waging a war on opioids. >> opioid crisis is an emergency. it's a national emergency.

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