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maybe, 15, 20 minutes talking about fake news, spinning his message and he gave several examples. steve: sure, do you know what he is trying to do recharge his base after 10 days width they'ring in charlottesville. he talked about the importance of unity as we are a nation of many races. if you missed it, we boiled down about a 1:42 of the good stuff. listen to this. >> i'm here tonight to send a message. we are fully and totally committed to fighting for our agenda and we will not stop until the job is done. and we are building a wall on the southern border, which is absolutely necessary. now, the obstructionist democrats would like us not to do it but, believe me, we have to close down our government. we're building that wall. the media can attack me, but where i draw the line is
when they attack you, which is what they do. when they attack, the decency of our supporters. it's time to expose the crooked media deceptions and to challenge the media for their role in fomenting divisions. these are truly dishonest people. and not all of them. not all of them. have you very good reporters. have you some very fair journalists. for the most part, honestly, these are really, really dishonest people. and they are bad people. and i really think they don't like our country. i really believe that. brian: the president last night saw the tel teleprompter and looked elsewhere. he ad-libbed his way almost through the entire thing. i talk to people who say he will sometimes give four speeches in a day and every speech will be different. last night he felt he was in his element. i thought also must be heartening to him supposed to have 3900 of one protest group.
the other had 2700 of another group. another prom missioned 1100 would show up. there weren't that many protesters on the outside basically in control. i think the other northwest works were dying for the protesters to be the story. instead, the president was himself. he addressed charlottesville directly. he talked about afghanistan directly. he also talked about the need to pass legislation without calling out mitch mcconnell and almost avoided talking about the senators from arizona. ainsley: right. the two senators from arizona have you senator john mccain and senator jeff flake u flake has been critical of him. even though he supports a lot of his agenda. steve: just because he wrote a book about him. ainsley: senator mccain, republicans needed his vote to pass healthcare repeal and replace and that didn't happen. steve: sure. you can understand by the with the of the united states would take aim at the senators even though he didn't name them by name. let's face it, unless he can get through the u.s. senate his legacy.
brian: he needs them. steve: absolutely. he needs them to be on his side. have you got to figure behind the scenes what we have seen from donald trump so far, he will talk to people one on one and ultimately, if if they do not do what he would like them to do because he feels like 89 legislation, for instance, repeal and replace was in the best interest of the united states, plan b, after talking to them nicely behind the scenes, is go ahead and talk about them in public. i think what he thinks is if he shames them in to doing the right thing for the people of arizona, in his estimation, they will. ainsley: you can either believe what he believes, which if i shame them in to doing this, they will listen to me. they will get on board. or many people said don't address them. don't talk about them. continue to unite the republican party like you did the night before. steve: that's the establishment way to do it. >> that's the establishment, absolutely. do you think he should have called them out. he said my advisors have basically said don't call them out by name. steve: he didn't. ainsley: i'm not. two senators in this case and one didn't pass
healthcare and other weak on borders u instance. brian: interesting tact for him to do instead of saying democrats should get on board in some states where your election is in jeopardy. i would use their names. joe manchin. you come to the white house you know we agree on everything. john tester. you know what's going on in the. what has senator mccaskill, you know what i did in your state. come on board without calling them out. that's what i thought last night was good. he insinuated i'm sure it was off script that senator mccain and jeff flake get on board. i would like you to get on board. he didn't alien nate. i think at the end of the day both of them agree with what he wants to do. steve: you would think so. they ran on that. when given the chance to repeal and replace, john mccain was a no vote. other things, it's interesting the president of the united states made it very clear that once the congress takes up the border
wall money, unless they get the billion something to support the construction on the wall. brian: 1.6. steve: he is willing to shut down the government over it he feels the people of the united states voted for that in the last november election. if they can't do it, you know, let's go ahead and it's game on. let's shut down government. ainsley: they passed a spending bill. so now it's going to go to the senate. whether or not it passes there, who knows. brian: the thing is, ainsley, the only reason why democrats don't want to do the wall because they are already on the record doing a wall, a fence, a barrier it would be a clear victory for the president. that to me is anti-american. steve: to your earlier point, why doesn't he take to senator tester and joe manchin because the democrats are united. they are really good at all being on the same page. they want to make sure next election they can say look we tried to work with donald trump and the republicans and we got nothing done. that's their game plan. the president himself last night talked about the
obstructionist democrats. because he will never get a yes out of them on big stuff. brian: you know we have had joe manchin on the show. steve: he never for the most part comes over to the republican side. brian: put him on the clock. senator joe manchin, you know we have talked about this. i want you to vote with me on that. come on. the people of west virginia who just now have a republican governor might say the same thing like hey, joe, why aren't you with the guy that we gave 40% with. ainsley: can't go to john mccain and the other two holdouts with healthcare you can't go with democrats because the republicans aren't together. brian: when it comes to infrastructure and tax reform, maybe he will be on board for that. steve: little bit later on we have some more videotape for you because there was great sound bites. espn, the sports network which is very politically correct, yesterday removed as a college football play by play announcer for the upcoming university of virginia william and mary
game that man right there. brian: why, because he has a bad attitude? steve: his name they felt robert lee too offensive to some viewers. they said we regret the play by play of a game has become an issue. brian: they had no choice. i'm kidding. you have got to be kidding me. the fact that his name is robert lee had to move him out to youngstown, ohio because you thought it would inflame the people of charlottesville. what is it that you think an asian american's name robert lee would set people off because minus the e reminds you of a confederate general? ainsley: if you watched the name and heard the announcer say the name would you think about it. brian: i would shut it off. ainsley: that would not resonate it was a confederate general. granted is t. is the uva game and charlottesville. let us know what you think about this. steve: espn said we collectively made the decision with roberts to switch games as the tragic events in charlottesville
were unfolding simply because of the coincidence of his name. in that moment it felt right to all parties. it's a shame this is even a topic of conversation and we regret that who calls play-by-play for a football game has become an issue. brian: don't put it on us u to allow billie s. grant i just made that hupp. ulysses s. grant. ainsley: no is s. ulysses grant. brian: why are they putting it on us for making a big deal. this is the most farcical thing i have seen. ainsley: could this guy sue espn because his name? just because his name is he not getting the job because of his name. steve: they are moving him to another game. there was a fellow on the name of twitter chris lesch
said dropped his name because it sounds racist? is anybody named lee safe? bruce, lee jeans,. brian: lee majors, right? i haven't seen him on television, why not? ainsley: i can't believe this is a story. steve: espn today, i guarantee it. ainsley: robert is a very popular name and so is lee. jillian: am i okay to do the headlines. brian: i'm sure you you will offend somebody. jillian: i offend with you my name i apologize. peaceful protests erupt into chaos following the president's speech in arizona. police using tear gas and pepper spray to control thousands in the crowds. some protesters reportedly throwing rocket bottles and rocks outside the convention center. some people tears streaming down their face. four people under arrest. the seventh navy commanders. according to the navy they
no longer have confidence in the admiral's ability to command. just this week 10 sailors went missing when the uss john mccain crashed into an oil tanker in the south china sea. some bodies have been recovered. the seven sailors died when the uss fitzgerald crashed in june. los angeles wants to join california's lawsuit against the doj. this as the agency threatened to withhold funding from sanctuary cities, which do not cooperate with federal immigration authorities. mayor eric garcetti called the threat a constitutional violation. g.o.p. spokesman said it's baffling that the city would challenge a policy meant to keep citizens safe. that's a look at your headlines. send it back to you guys. by the way i love that dress. you guys all look wonderful. ainsley: thank you. you can borrow it any time. whatever you need from me, babe, it's all yours. steve: thanks, jillian. president trump not holding back at his rally last night in phoenix. what did the voters think about what he had to say. lee carter has brand new dials you will see the lines
coming up. brian: and debbie wasserman shultz. ainsley: three names one person. brian: to explain why she didn't fire her i.t. worker who may have stolen american secrets. >> i think it's important to point out what he has been arrested and charged with is un -- sun related to his employment. brian: right. where's all the money though debbie wasserman shultz, you heard me. ♪ see your every move ♪ private eyes ♪ they're watching you he ♪ private eyes ♪ they're watching you ♪ watching you ♪ watching you ♪ watching you ♪
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your eyes. your tears. ask your eye doctor about restasis multidose. steve: president trump message to the people in arizona. how did it register. maslansky and partners just put the president to the dial test. goonk good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: late night. >> i appreciate the workers doing that. steve: this was the first rally since what happened in charlesville happened in charlottesville. what did the president say? watch the lines. >> it's time for all of us to remember that we are all on the same team. we are all americans and we all believe right now in america first.
steve: okay. >> so you can see there republican base strongly supporting him gave him an a minus. independence and democrats gave him a c. this is a message we should all get behind. we are one america and want to come together. what the country is asking for the president to unify them. right off the bat people were not willing to listen there was lot of negativity out there. it was a tough night for him. steve: next sound bite talks about the president of the united states. look, i went to washington to help the folks. watch this. >> i came to washington for you. your dreams are my dreams your hopes are my hopes. and your future is what i'm fighting for each and every day. it's so important. >> so you can see there, again, the republicans really liked what he had to say. they gave a minus. independents and democrats c minus. big story for me out of all of, this i wants have been tracking as you know, steve,
we republicans all along lines of democrats, what they have said is this is not the time to make this but, president trump. steve: while they were tracking closer to the democrats, democrats generally with your dial questions give him an f. at least they are in the cs. >> in the cs and ds, that's right. steve: meanwhile it was a case of beat the press for a while last night. here is the president now to talk about time to expose the, you know, the crooked media. >> it's time to expose the crooked media deceptions and to challenge the media for their role in fomenting divisions and, yes,. [cheers] >> and, yes, by the way, they are trying to take away our history and our heritage. you see that. steve: all right. >> you can see that republicans his base really loved. this they gave it an a while
at the same time independence and democrats gave it a d. what i heard over and over again from folks was enough with the media bashing. we get that they are not being fair to you. we get that's frustrating but right now it's time to heal a wounded country. steve: indeed. by looking at your grades though it looks like his base, who responded during your poll loved it. >> the base was right lock and step with him had. what he is losing is those independents and fence sitters. that's important for him moving forward. they want to hear about healthcare. they don't want to hear about blame games. steve: what do you think email us on email@example.com also we are on twitter and facebook. what nancy pelosi has to say about obamacare. dr. nicole saphier is on that. she is with ainsley. ♪ how can i forget you girl ♪ there is always something there to remind me ♪ always something there to
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killed after accidently setting off a bomb a day before the attacks. ainsley? ainsley: thank you, brian. the secret is out now, congressman keith ellison revealing where nancy pelosi really stands on single pair healthcare. listen. >> is anybody right now. h.s. -- single pair healthcare act. ainsley: why won't she say so in public? here to weigh in is dr. nicole saphier. >> thanks for having me today. ainsley: for folks who aren't familiar with the term single pair, what does it mean? >> single pair is really a blanket term. it can mean multiple things and varies across the world. when you talk about single pair you mean government healthcare. one person providing health
coverage. ainsley: we minds me of the u.k. we have heard some stories where that family with the child. the parents couldn't decide if she should stay on life support. tell the folks with some of the problems at home with what's happening for u.k. >> the argument for single pair it does sound wonderful. ainsley: everyone is covered. >> not surprising that nancy pelosi in private may be for single pair but the argument collapse when you say talk about the taxation on the people. the united states can't afford it what's going on right now in the u.k., so the u.k., the british system is very similar to our v.a. system, meaning that you have the government insurance. and then you also have the doctors and nurses who are all employed by the government. it's really cost rationing. people are saying medicare for all. it's not medicare for all. medicare functions because we have a robust private market that offsets those costs. it's really medicaid for all. so cost rationing. what you are seeing in the u.k., someone waiting for a knee surgery, say, a knee or hip surgery. in the united states if you have an injury it's 3 to 4 weeks. in the u.k. you waited up to aer year.
ainsley: and if you are a smoker. >> now they are saying they need to cut back on costs so if you are refusing to quit smoking or overweight you are actually not getting the surgery at all. they can't afford it. ainsley: nancy pelosi in private has said according to congressman keith ellison has said she is in favor of single pair. then in 2016 she did an interview with chuck todd she said i love single pair. then few months later in june of 2017, she says she doesn't think it's a good move strategically. so why is she dodging this? why is she flip flopping or why in private is she saying she is for it and in public she is not? >> it's philosophical. it sounds great you want everyone tore have coverage. having health insurance coverage is not synonymous with medical care. you cannot reform the health insurance market without delivering the way our health is -- we have so much costs. we he spend so much more rest of the world we don't have as great as outcomes except on cancer care. we are doing great on there
she knows we can't afford single pair in current environment. we need medical care reform at the same time concurrently with our insurance reform. ainsley: keith ellison says she won't say it publicly. >> blue dog democrats know we can't fiscally afford this. ainsley: thank you, dr. saphier. divults has to explain why she didn't fire i.t. worker who may have stolen american secrets. >> i think it's important to point out what he has been arrested and charged with is unrelated to his employment. ainsley: and her excuses don't end there. plus, p.c. police taking things to an outrageous new level as espn is pulling that sports commentator from a uva football game all because his name is robert lee. david webb is here to talk about that. walking into the studio with steve and brian. we'll talk to him coming up ♪ in this crazy town
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♪ steve: well, in phoenix last night. around the trump rally there were, as you can see right there some protests according to the arizona republic newspaper. four arrests after 10:30. watch this guy. he just kicked a gas can at the cops. what do they do after he retreats? they shoot him with the rubber bullet. brian: in the groin. steve: i guess the lesson there is do not kick a canister that is smoking at police officers because that is not something they like. brian: unless you are wearing a cup and apparently he was not.
>> doesn't look like it. let's bring in radio talk show host and fox news contributor david webb. >> i am laughing at this guy. most guys will feel this pain i don't. shooting center mass body hit a little low and he paid for his price for rioting. brian: last night the protesters showed spo show up maybe 10, 20,000. the numbers did not equal that thankfully. there was not many incidents. >> no, there weren't. because, in the end, what are they going to do in phoenix, arizona? the mayor supports -- he didn't want the president to come. there wasn't much around that the fact is they also can't get there easily. we have to look at the geography of this country. it's easy to get to new york city. to some these major areas that can ship people. in they can bus them in. you can take an amtrak train to within a half a mile to where they rioted in charlottesville. it's not as easy to get to phoenix unless you are driving from southern california. steve: you are leaving out the most important part. it was 105, 107 degrees most
of yesterday. who is going to show up to protest outside? if you are going to go to a big show you want to be inside where they have got airconditioning. >> little snowflakes don't do so well in the hot weather. i call them did and delions in the summer because they pop up on your sidewalk and you can't get rid of them. there is a real story to be told here. the real story is what is going on with leftist protesters, these anti-american, anti-capitalist protesters who reach out to every group and some guys have wanted to do the right thing for them but never come with solutions. never want to do anything. they want to tear down society. they are doing damage to the debate out there. i know we are going to talk about this robert lee story at espn, but, that's literally a great point of where the debate has not gone in this country. ainsley: group antifa leftist group. now there is a group that wants them to be called a terrorist organization. in order to get that title or get the president's response at least they have
to get 100,000 signatures on this petition. they have gotten well over that. they have gotten 160,000 signatures. so will the president respond and do you think antifa should be a terrorist organization? >> no, i don't think at this point they have gone that far. they are definitely an anti-american group. they are not just an anti-trump group. frankly why give them the oxygen? that's my point. just ignore them. people can sign petitions all they want. in barack obama's years there were petitions that were filed by different people. he didn't respond. it's a big nothing burger of a story. it goes away. brian: one thing they want to say hey the right should disavow these white supremacists and they should the kkk and they should. do you think it would be beneficial for democrats to disavow that group? >> it would be beneficial if there were any blue dog democrats really left in leadership. notice i separate the leadership from the elected officials. there are plenty of blue dog democrats who have elected at different levels of government in our country. the problem is the leadership with tom perez, with keith ellison, debbie
wasserman shultz is still a leader, even though she is no longer dnc chair. nancy pelosi and others. they're in the leftist camp. they are no longer in the democrat party camp. brian: can't believe guys show up with masks. >> they use the energy. because what does it do? it keeps an enemy. in politics, brian, we have seen this over the years. you create an enemy. you point them at someone. and you keep them coalescing around that issue. it doesn't do the discourse in this country any good. steve: when the president last week said there were people on both sides to blame, he was largely talking about antifa. >> there were many sides. the difference between other people reporting on this one i know charlottesville. i have family that go to school there. i actually ate close to where this all played out a year ago. and i talked to the people who were there about who really was there i looked at the videos. there were groups there to cause problems. there are many questions to be asked about the history between jason kessler and west bell me.
i would ask america to just google west bellyme 2009 to 2016. civil rights mayor of charlottesville. misogynistic. frankly they would fire me the things he has tweeted. misogynistic, hate-filled tweets, there is history between the two. of the decisions that were made and i'm getting complaints from police officers that were in charlottesville. and they were complaining about the stand down order. the mayoral agency and council decided to do and areas they put them together, there were bad decisions there regardless of the outcomes. steve: biggest problem to begin with they put them together in big towns. what they do is if you are going to have two different sides you keep them on two different sides. >> they also broke through. not only did they let them come too close together. they have have a right. all sides have their constitutional rights. don't get me wrong. but the fact is when you let them get that close and they begin to kick down the
barricades, as a police you now have a duty to act. brian: right. by the way they are moving on that white supremacist leader featured in video show this guy cantwell, he turned himself in evidently because this guy is just going to create havoc. as bad as the antifa can be on the left, these guys that showed up are as bad as it gets on the right. ainsley: what's the correct way to pronounce it. >> antifa. antifa. brian: when you see white supremacists you are outraged, right? >> first of all, who wants them in existence. in this country just like scoky, illinois we protect constitutionally your right to hate speech and political speech. we don't wants someone else somewhere in the future deciding what's right and what's wrong in the political discourse or in public spaces. they have been shunned by america. in 150 years, we have reversed course in the world slavery still exists in the world. here in america, here in the modern world it's not
codified. it's not accepted. they have been rejected. they were political party backed way back in the early days of the country. they were no longer a political power. that tells you something about what the american people, regardless of color, have done. brian: i will see you on the specialists tonight. >> because you are so special. >> i will be there with you. steve: thank you very much, david. it is 20 minutes before the top of the hour. we have a lot of other things happening, don't we jillian? jillian: yes we do. in just a few hours, a federal judge set to commander-in-chief. deporter president trump back to the u.s. juan was trying to reenter the country voluntarily his rights. judge cure yell wants a trial on whether he as a max can man was wrongfully expelled. he handled claims against trump university. crash linked to illegal
immigrant will never be the same. leonard lakes mother giving heart shattering testimony at the trial. a man deported 15 times. >> i'm sorry. >> i can see you are upset. >> gets frustrated easily. he used to be so happy go lucky and now he is tearful and upset at the littlest things. >> lennox and his parents were returning from san diego from a trip to disneyland when acosta ran a stop sign crashing into the family's car. his blood alcohol level twice the legal limit. reporters have been asking for weeks why didn't debbie wasserman shultz fire her personal i.t. worker after he was indicted on felony charges. the former dnc chair woman finally breaking her silence with this explanation. >> i think it's important to point out what he has been arrested and charged with is unrelated to his employment.
jillian: she didn't stop there telling the sun sentinel newspaper quote i was also concerned about the violation of his due process rights. and there were racial and ethnic profiling concerns as well. elm ron awan was arrested at the airport in washington last month trying to board a flight to pakistan. heavyweight champ george former is throwing jabs on a podcast. boxer calling out collin kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem. and kevin durant for turning down an invitation to the white house. >> a lot of us died in war so they could have that privilege. i love the united states and i love the flag. there are a lot of people who vice president found that reason. they don't strive. they haven't been brought up with people who were patriotic. jillian: formeforeman called donald trump a great president. brian: that guy is the greatest guy. he grew up in very tough circumstances. made something of himself and became an olympic gold
medalist. ainsley: he makes a good grill. steve: made a couple of those and the president loves him because he came out early to support him. 18 minutes now before the top of the hour. brian: former national intelligence director james clapper said trump is a possible national security threat and no longer fit to be commander-in-chief. ainsley: what do voters think about president trump's speech to the nation? todd piro is having breakfast with friends. steve: there is friends right there and here comes breakfast. papal blocking conservatives from using its service. why are they getting so political? stuart varney, come on in. you are next contestant for this "fox & friends" wednesday ♪ ♪ everybody gets to dance ♪ only in america ♪ sun going down ♪hr
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♪ ainsley: papal sparking public outrage with its move to reportedly ban access to conservative websites. jihad watch, and the american freedom defense initiative claim that they were blocked after being labeled a hate group by a left wing site. steve: their access has now been restored but why some companies getting so political in the first place. here to weigh in is stuart varney. what's going on. >> good morning, all. this is pressure from the left. pressuring private enterprise companies, big tech companies, which provide the platform for your news feed every morning. the facebooks, the papals of this world. they are pressuring these private enterprise organizations, labeling conservative speech as hate speech. and getting these platforms to ban them from the platform. as they are censors what you are allowed to read and see in terms of political
opinion. brian: i misinterpreted your breath for being done. i apologize. you took a deep breath and i started to talk. it won't happen again. there is pressure on these sites after kkk and white supremacist groups begin to cohort in charlottesville they felt there was pressure on them to start taking down hate groups, the isis, you understand their conundrum there? >> yes, i do. how do you define hate speech? they are defining it as anything that's not in agreement with the left. steve: what is jihad watch? what do they do? >> jihad watch watches jihadis, watches the extreme islamic movement, takes a look at them and they have been labeled as being extreme hostility to muslims. that qualifies as hate, therefore, they were initially banned from papal. ainsley: when i read this story at first jihad watch. maybe let's think about this and give papal the benefit of the doubt maybe they saw
the this has happened not just with pay pal. can you get morning feed. there has been son ken soreship. brian: can you imagine zuckerberg runs for president? >> he has political ambition. he has gone on this tour of the country, going to unknown people in their own orthopediordinary circumstances. there is suggestion he is running. there is suggestion universal basic income. but the bottom line here is that the opinion which you are allowed to see on these platforms is being restricted. conservative opinion is being labeled hate speech and therefore banned. this is a serious threat to our freedom of speech in my opinion. steve: we just had the conversation with david webb about how even repugnant speech the things we hate is protected by the first
amendment. >> yes, the government may not. steve: unless. >> one other thing, the government may not intrude and say you can't say that because it's hateful. but, private enterprise can. and these platforms, these big technology platforms, they are private enterprise and they can say that is hated speech you ever banned. steve: pay space pal was founded by david fields. >> they have the right to say no thank you. my problem is it is the left that is defining what you are allowed to see and hear. that is a problem. brian: we do know if these jawtists do use these social media platforms in order to foment their horrible ways and tell you how to build bombs in your garage. ainsley: right. >> did you see cnn last night one of their hosts on air said you know in private conversations we all pretty much admit journalists don't like trump. this is -- he said it on the air. brian: who was he don lemon.
>> brian statler. he said it right out there. that's another form of subtle, behind the scenes limiting the freedom of speech on the air for ordinary people what can you see. ainsley: we will be watching your show this morning varney and company comes up at 9:00 in the morning 9 to 12. brian: starring stuart varney. >> all correct there. steve: coming up on this wednesday, how far is president trump willing to go to get that big beautiful wall built down south? could he shut down the federal government? brian: did i not know the president wanted to build a wall. i missed that. todd piro is having breakfast with friends in louisville, kentucky. ainsley: louisville. brian: sorry for almost using the s. hi todd. >> we are here at christie's cafe here in louisville, kentucky talking to you, the voter, about the issue of the day. issues, i should say. we are pouring coffee and, of course, we were pouring coffee. actually, that's not open. but, more importantly we are going to focus on the meat of the day.
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>> well, the president had the big rally in arizona. how people reacted to it today. ainsley: todd piro is having breakfast with friends. where is he, brian? brian: i think he is in louisville. steve: louisville. brian: is that what i said? ainsley: i apologize i corrected brian in the show. when i was there for the kentucky derby everyone said it is called louisville, not louisville. todd: they get mad when you
go lewis ville or they want louisville. what's interesting is louisville is in jefferson county which went heavily for hillary clinton in the 2016 election. however it borders. so we came to this county to talk to the voters what they think. we start, of course, with bill. is he a trump voter. is he a small business owner. i want to talk to you about the monuments. the statues. you have a mixed view on that. explain. >> yeah. you know, i think, you know, it should be maybe a local issue. and, it gets to a point where, you know, everybody get their feelings a little bit too hurt on some stuff. and it should be a local issue. it shouldn't be for the vandals to be tearing it down at night. but we need to draw the line somewhere. todd: you also told me that from a small business owner
perspective, you want to stop worrying about issues like monuments and statues. you want to focus on taxes. >> exactly. what they campaigned on was healthcare, cutting taxes. you know, the main issues. but everything keeps getting thrown off. everybody needs to get their act together. congress we put in there don't seem to be doing too much. todd: i want to get to your wife -- excuse me your lady friend. can you tell me what your thoughts are on the statues? >> i think the statues are part of our history and they need to remain. i don't know if it needs to be in a specific museum or what it needs to be, but i think they need to remain. if we don't have our past, how can we not repeat what we have done in the past? todd: thank you very much. thank you everybody here. we will be checking in a couple more times. for now sending it back to new york. ainsley: all right. thanks, todd.
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california's lawsuit against the doj. this after the agency threatened to withhold funding from sanctuary cities. now, get your tickets. the second largest power ball jackpot drawing in history is tonight. >> $700 million. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i like it ♪ i love it ♪ i want some more of it ♪ i tried so hard ♪ i can't rise above it ♪ i don't know what it is. brian: the president arizona many points especially compared to mitt romney. he certainly had the passion there last night. at times it makes you wonder where his base is is his popularity still strong you? look at the emotion in that arena when it was ben carson on the introductions.
when it was alveda king and the vice president. by the president got out there it was like a rock concert. steve: it was. keep in mind the folks stood outside wit where it was 105, 107 degrees. there were protesters outside. nothing really big though. and this was the first rally after the protests in charlottesville. and the president in the united states made it very clear at the outseth that we are a nation of many races and unity. but he also went on, you know, he went on a tear about the media in a way i don't think any president has in a long time. brian: i was hoping he wouldn't. i was hoping he would just move on from that because it's pretty clear that "times," cnn and msnbc has dug in. steve: he feels they have done him wrong. >> he said this is what i said in the last three speeches i made what's going on in charlottesville. the media is spinning it listen to what he said. >> i'm here tonight to send
a message. we are fully and totally committed to fighting for our agenda and we will not stop you until the job is done. [cheers and applause] >> you always understood what washington, d.c. did not. our movement is a movement built on love. what happened in charlottesville strikes at the core of america. so, this is me. it has no place in america. i'm talking about hatred, bigotry and violence. remember they said well, he wasn't specific enough. why wasn't he more specific? abc this morning, and little george stephanopoulos talking to nikki haley, right? little george. so he talked about it for like that much. then he goes let's get back to charlottesville. charlottesville. and do you ever notice when i go on and i will put out like a tweet or a couple of
tweets, he is in a twitter storm again. i don't do twitter storms. if you want to discover the source of the division in our country, look no further than the fake news and the crooked media. i didn't say i love you because you're black or i love you because you're white. or i love you because you're from japan or you're from china, or you're from kenya. or you are from scotland or sweden. i love all the people of our country. oh, that's so funny. look back there the live red lights, they are turning those suckers off fast, i will tell you. they are turning those lights off fast. steve: so there you have the president of the united states circumstantial blaming the media for the backlash. as we learned last week he said the reason he came out later he was reluctant -- not reluctant. he did not name the groups involved initially was because it was breaking news. didn't know exactly who was involved.
next day though came out taking shots at white supremacists, kkk, and neo nazis as well. ainsley: when he was talking about the media and how outraged he was with them spinning the story and taking his words out of context, he pointed to the media up there. he said all those guys basically on this platform or in the rafters and the whole crowd, this huge crowd turns around and they look at the media and they go boo! and one guy in particular was pointing. steve: cnn changt for a while. ainsley: that's right. brian: doesn't make me comfortable to be honest. i don't feel comfortable with 15,000 people turning around screaming at me. it could be, you know, could have another president or another leader pointing at you. how would you feel if had you to leave that arena then. steve: i think we have had that in the past. donald trump is a guy who when he has got an enemy, and he feels like he has been attacked, is he going to hit them back 10 times harder. we know that. ainsley: right. steve: also, one of the things he made very clear is
he did talk a little bit about the senators from arizona without naming them. at the same time, a big shot at the senate in general, and unless he gets the money to build the wall, at least start the construction of the wall, which he promised the american people, there can be trouble. watch. >> and we are building a wall on the southern border, which is absolutely necessary. [cheers and applause] [chanting: build that wall] >> let me be very clear, to democrats and congress who oppose the border wall and stand in the way of border security. you are putting all of america's safety at risk. believe me, we have to close down our government. we're building that wall. brian: because one of the reasons they wouldn't build a wall since it doesn't enhance security the president would have checkmark on agenda.
for chuck schumer and company not to give him that simply because it would be a victory i think goes against what's in the best interest of the american people. ainsley: you might want to know what is the status of the wall the house is has passed spending bill. that's fine we will give you that faces uncertainty in the senate. we know what happened in the senate with healthcare. whether or not they will have the votes to pass the money for the wall. brian: he did say i need in some areas it's got to be translucent or an actual way to see what's happening on the other side. ainsley: can't be tunnels built or way to climb it. brian: that's what israel did. they put a wall underneath the ground to stop the tunnels coming in from gaza. we have to do something similar. you have a bunch of engineers on the other side trying to pull drug money into our country. steve: some of the things discussed he did hint he would be pardoning sheriff joe arpaio who was convicted of contempt of court because he disregarded a federal judge's order on immigration. also, the president said regarding nafta, he hinted they might scrap it unless
they renegotiate it. and tax reform, he promised to pass it. brian brian right. i think that if he goes on these series of events and talks about tax reform and whether it's immigration reform or infrastructure, i think people have to cover it. especially when the details come out from steve mnuchin i think in a couple of weeks and mick mulvaney about specifics in the tax proposals. ainsley: if tax reform doesn't pass you have no one to thank but democrats. all these family paying taxes we all want more money in the pocketbooks so we can make decisions where it goes. brian: where to cut it where the rubber hits the road. if they want to bring democrats, in democrats have to come in and say this is what i have done and i will sign on. ainsley: they get so much money. who was it? it was rex tillerson when he took over. wasn't it rex tillerson who took over, it was before he was secretary of state. it was maybe, i'm sorry, department of labor. i think they were going to say we're going to cut your budget and he agrees. we can do this because they get so much money. and then we have heard in
the past they were throwing big parties and having these conventions down in hawaii with our federal tax dollars. the shrimp on the treadmill we all remember that. there are ways that you can cut so we all get more money in our wallets. steve: it's all about priorities. today will mark the third day in the row the president is going to refer to race in the united states. of course, on monday, he was there at fort myer across the river from the white house talking about it in front of the folks who were gathered there to hear his afghanistan plan and last night he talked about race and unity and today, 2:45. you will see eastern time here on the fox news channel, the president will be at the 99th annual american legion national convention out in reno, nevada. some of the comments that have already been released he is going to say it is time to heal the wounds that have divided us. brian: very interesting to see how he stands with dean heller who is going to be in a very tough re-election, the republican senator, who did vote in the end for healthcare reform.
so i wonder if he is going to do that or call him out. ainsley: we will be watching. you can tune in to our channel we will have it for you. jillian mele has some headlines for us. not a forecast. jillian: not a forecast. good wednesday morning. we're getting there. hope your morning off is a good start. we do begin with a fox news alert. brand new images of navy divers frantically searching for sailors several but not all bodies have been recovered. the navy dismissing the seventh fleet commander in the wake of the tragedy saying they no longer have confidence of in vice admiral's ability to command. this is the fleet's second deadly incident in less than three months. los angeles wants to sue the department of justice over the sanctuary city crackdown. the city attorney says its unconstitutional for the trump administration to withhold funding to places that do not cooperate with federal immigration authorities. l.a. officials want to join a lawsuit filed by san francisco earlier this
month. chicago and the state of california also suing the doj. >> all right. things get a little hairy between two long-time friends on twitter. doesn't it always? president trump's budget director mick mulvaney throwing shade wishing congressman trey gowdy happy birthday with a collage of pictures with what do you get for somebody on their 60th birthday? a raiser and a comb. quickly firing right back, saying quote i'm just a couple of haircuts away from equaling the number of staff departures by your white house colleagues. i get it. you're hard to work with mulvaney's response, quote, if i could defund your haircuts, i would. guys, in my opinion this is when social media is the absolute best when you can joke around. steve: too bad more people don't joke around on it. jillian: i know. got to get more people on that train. steve: thank you very much. ainsley: more on the number of u.s. naval crashes overseas. we know it wasn't a cyber attack. why do these keep happening?
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>> the navy's seventh fleet commander is relieved from duty following deadly collision at sea the fourth pacific incident this year alone. the navy is ruling out a security breach so what is causing the problem. here to weigh in is former "u.s.s. cole" navy commander crirk lilippold. what is happening, what are is happening with all these collisions. >> i think what you are see something culmination of the years of the navy senior leadership back here in washington, d.c. who have failed to properly man, train, and equip the fleet to do their jobs. ainsley: as a commander, what went wrong in the latest collision? >> well, i think we are still investigating to find out how the uss john s. mccain got hit especially
where it did back on the port app. side. this is indicative they failed to maintain course and speed. operating where they were that can be a narrow channel in some points. i think we will need to figure out where was the ship? who was maneuvering, what speeds were they going? who was notified on the ship because clearly there was once again, like the uss fitzgerald, a short fall in communication on board that allowed that tanker to get that close and hit them. ainsley: what's your message to the parents of these sailors that are lost at sea or that have died as a result of this? it just seems like we were -- are we blaming washington? who is at fault and what's your message to these parents? >> well, first and foremost my thoughts and prayers are with the family and crew of john s. mccain. they are the ones that are going to live with the burdennible forever that their sailors were lost at sea. but they need to turn now and while the seventh fleet commander mayberry some responsibility having had
four collisions, we need to look back here in washington. quite frankly when it comes to training and i will give you a quick example, when i started out as a young division officer, i went to school for 16 weeks up in newport, rhode island to get trained on all the basics of how to go to sea and operate safely. nowadays they hand them a cd rom, tell them to go to their ships and go forth and do good. the training burden is out now on the ships which is more time, more maintenance and when they are undermanned that's part of the problem. we have gone from having three lookouts on the ship now to just having one. these kinds of short falls where we have cut and cut and cut over years, even beyond the obama administration is now coming home and some admiral's promotion is now being measured in the lost of lives of sailors at sea. ainsley: you mentioned four collisions, three of the four since january have been the seventh fleet and the latest two have rulted in the death of 17 sailors. we have, i think we have a graph to show you the last
four recent collisions on january 31st, may 9th there was one. june 17 at&t and august 21st. you say cuts and short falls are to blame. what's your message to the president if he is watching this morning? >> the president right now needs to mandate that the services but especially the navy come up with a strategy that can be tied to poor structures so they can go forth and say this is what we need for our navy. if they can't afford to have the neigh that we need to safeguard u.s. national security interests, then define for the american people what is the risk that we are incurring by not doing that, by not being able to operate and train safely to keep sailors alive when they are doing routine operations at sea or going forward to the tip of the spear whether it's in the straight of whstrait of hormuz n the south china sea. until we get that four structure base strategy we will continue to live in a budget-based world and it will cost lives. ainsley: i agree with you. we can't afford to lose our
sailors' lives because of negligence or because of short falls or cuts. that's ridiculous. we owe them more. these are our heroes. thank you, commander. >> thank you, ainsley. ainsley: james clammer says president trump is a possible national security threat and is no longer fit to be commander-in-chief. p.c. police taking things to outrageous new level as espn is pulling sports commentator from calling a football game all because his name is robert lee. there is he right there. have they gone too far? debate this next. ♪ i want to scream and shout ♪ and shout ♪ and let it out ♪ we say ♪
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steve: 7: 23 in new york city. news by the numbers. first, nine. that's how many committee as missouri democrat who wanted president trump asasses sin nateed has been booted from. nine committees. the secret service is investigating state senator maria chapel nadal's posts which has since been deleted. next 1850, that's how many times new york city mayor bill de blasio's personal email was allegedly used for city business. according to a document obtained by the "new york times." $68 million, that's how much mark wahlberg made to become the world's highest paid actor. that thanks to a huge salary for transformers last night and daddy's home 2. second on the list the rock dwayne johnson who was number one last year. brian: thanks to ballers. steve: no kidding.
brian: let's talk about football and baseball. in the wake of charlottesville's protests, get, this espn now pulling one of its sports commentators off the university of virginia football game because his name is robert lee. get it. what happened last week in charlottesville? is this the p.c. move or is this really smart in here to debate it two former players author of liberalism or how to turn good men into wineries, wimps. owens and kevin michael faulkner also an nfl player and outstanding one at that first off, michael, your stance on espn's move. >> it's crazy. it's ridiculous. i mean, it's p.c. run amuck. it is absolutely crazy because it solves nothing. it does nothing. this man had nothing to do with it. obviously, he is asian. the name lee is his family name and has nothing to do with the south or general robert e. lee and what happened in his historical
namesake. brian: what an insult to the people of virginia that they can't control themselves of the asian play by play announcer. is he forced to do the youngstown state game. save weekly will have to do the play by play for this game. your reaction, burgess. >> first of all hello to my good friend. this is a good example of white elitist for some reason think they can atone for the sins of past generations by their god like functions a day. it is to me an insult. it actually demeans the excitement, or the growth of my parents' generation what they did. if they want to take the time to apologize. let's start off with things they can do today. let's apologize for the 1800 black babies that will be killed today. let's apologize 83% of black teen male no, sir longer working because of democratic policies. let's apologize for the 70% of black men who dessert
their families because of democratic welfare policies. there is a lot of things to apologize for if you want to. let's look at the democratic party and the liberals and socialists in this country that has actually taken the heart out of our community. that's where we need to start. forget the 150 years ago. let's stop trying to change our history. brian: michael, i know have you something you want to say to that but let's shift to preseason manner. cleveland browns 11 or 12 players, including some white players took a knee before the game in order to pray instead of standing with the national anthem with their hands over their heart. your action, michael. >> patriotism can express itself any way they want to. if they want to kneel, they kneel respectfully. if you want to pledge, pledge with your hand over your heart reverently. but here's the thing. have you got to stick with it: if you're going to protest. protest as an american which means you are going to stick around to fix it simply protesting does not solve the problem. we have to have people that are engaged in our
community, engaged in the civil discourse all the way through. which means they are going to be good citizens. brian: burgess, did you buy that. >> absolutely. i think michael hit it on the head. if you are going to protest see it through. what are you going to do when the cameras are not on you. do you go out and start businesses and hire black men that are not working. do you go out and minister to kids. tell the piers to man up and take care of the babies they are producing. this is where we need to have these young men to stand up and really understand they are the product of their education. great hearts, lousy, lousy progressive education. brian: i feel differently. real quick i wanted george foreman to weigh in. he couldn't be here live but here is what he taped. >> a lot of us died in war so they could have that privilege. i love the united states. i love the flag. there are a lot of people who haven't found that reason. they don't strive. they haven't been i brought up with people who are patriotic. brian: michael, i just think that no matter if you are upset, love, or disappointed in the country, i think you
can all agree to stand with your hand over your heart for the national anthem especially at work. >> especially at work. listen, the nfl as burgess knows, burgess played a lot longer certainly than i did. as burgess knows the nfl is a brand. and they have a brand image that they want to uphold. they have a fan base, et cetera. brian: they are hurting it. >> well, they are hurting it. here's the thing. in america, we have to allow people to express themselves. my only contention with these guys who are kneeling, they are kneeling respectfully, reverently, in prayer for america, but once they get up off of their knees and they finish their game, like burgess said, they have got to be engaged in the community. we need them. brian: gotcha. >> as civic leaders. not just protesters. brian: weigh in burgess, real quick. >> i agree. totally. and at the end of the day it's going to be the black community is going to have to change the trajectory of the black community. brian: right. >> let's recognize we have an ideology of marks schism and socialism that has been
against us for over 100 years. stand together and having these kind of conversations can make a difference. brian: when you take a knee when the national anthem is playing it's a bad signal to americans. it doesn't say anything except for you're putting yourself above the national anthem. >> right. it's. brian: it's a terrible message and terrible for the league and i feel bad for this commissioner because he can't win in this one. >> right. brian: thanks, guys. >> thank you. britain. brian: straight ahead president trump doubling down on new troops for afghanistan last night in phoenix. what would winning in afghanistan look like? retired marine corps bomb technician johnny joey jones who served there joins us to talk about it. and what do voters think about president trump's speech to the nation? todd piro is live in a kentucky diner to find out. ♪ and we're one big country nation ♪ that's right ♪
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>> my original instinct was to pull out and historically i like following my instincts. but all my life i've heard that decisions are much different when you sit behind the desk in the oval office. in other words, when you're president of the united states. steve: there you have got the president a couple of nights ago over at fort meyer talking about the way forward in afghanistan. today he is going to be out at reno talking to the american legion national convention. we have joining us right now retired u.s. marine corps bomb tech admission staff sergeant johnny joey jones good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for having me here today. brian: what's this victory look like in afghanistan. the president has a plan. what do you think. >> that's a question. what does victory look like. what is the mission?
what is the goal? i preached this as hard as i can i tell you unfortunately today, the men and women who are going to fight this war and get deployed it is still a mystery to them. i applaud president trump for redefining the tactics how we are going to do what we're going to do. the rules that we are going to play by or more importantly the fact that small unit leaders get to make decisions on the battlefield that save lives. but, tell me, is an 18-year-old in afghanistan putting a bomb in the ground because there is a foreign invader there the same as an 18-year-old who is willing to travel somewhere, get on the plane and fly it into a building in a foreign land? those are two different mind sets for two different purposes. the biggest place we went wrong in these last 16 years of war was starting to treat those the same. if we're in a village for one day a week, the taliban is going to thereby six days a week telling them why they should fight against us to save their own land. we are talking about these confederate statues. how many confederate soldiers were told if you don't fight they are going to come burn your house and do horrible things to your
family? well, that's what's happening in afghanistan. that's what happened in iraq. so, we need to understand the mission and we need to understand if we need a troop surge, how many ever it needs to be, what are we trying to accomplish. brian: what happened was it iraq or afghanistan? >> i went to both and i had less luck in afghanistan. i got injured in 2010 in afghanistan. i was walking in february of 2011, working on capitol hill in june of 2011. brian: if we had pulled out like we did in iraq in 2011. how would that make you feel? >> listen, i'm a product of a troop surge that i was sent with 30,000 marines and by the time i got there i was being told when i'm coming home. my entire deployment was that my entire deployment was hey, you are here with tens of thousands of marines to win this war and by the way you are coming home by june 2011. ainsley: the president said two nights ago said weaver not doing that anymore. we are not having a time line. >> absolutely. ainsley: do you support what he said two nights ago about afghanistan.
>> what he said was tactically. change what we are going to do to defeat the enemy? that makes sense. i like that. all those talking points. everything about dissemination of power down to the small unit leader. not broadcasting what we're doing. those things make sense. common sense and it's going to help the battlefield and war fighter. steve: sure. what about the fact that pakistan on monday night in virginia was talking about we have given them billions and billions and billions of dollars in aid yet, they are not helping us out. >> yeah. they have both sides of this ball for a long time. if you look at afghanistan and pakistan, there is an arbitrary line drawn down the middle of a mountain rage and now we have two countries, right? there is a certain amount of collusion, we will say, that we'll never be able -- there are thousands of passages in those mountains. we can't separate these two countries there is a pose tune region that predates islam in that area with its own culture. there is a connection there that we can't ignore. what we would have to do is force them to trade at face value. steve: they want money the choice is clear.
brian: you are not allowed to cross the border if you don't give us that money. and they try to do that before. lastly, can you tell the difference over there between the 20 terror groups that are there as opposed to the taliban that are there? >> taliban has more immediate goal, right? it's about possibly their sovereignty of that country as opposed to becoming a playground. much like iraq did for pretty much anyone in the world who wants to pick a bone and kill some americans. so in afghanistan, even with the taliban, the taliban is fractured. there is a pro-pakistan and anti-pakistan taliban. so, you know, we had the unilateral peace talks last year. didn't really get very far. the idea is that we would sit in the corner and let the taliban come to the table. that didn't work out because we didn't have a partner in pakistan to make it happen. oh, by the way, afghanistan -- it's a regional hub. it's a place everywhere from china to russia to pakistan sees as a place. brian: india. >> india, absolutely, sees as a place as long as it's in turmoil they can align
with their enemy or they are a possible play for them to take control. so, all of these, you know, multilayered things that are happening there and then are the afghan people going to be able to have sovereignty? that's the other question. one thing i will say. the commitment to we're no longer nation building. well, for one, we have never built a nation in iraq or afghanistan in 16 years. steve: right. >> honestly, what is victory? victory is for afghanistan to not be a place where our enemies can learn, train, and recruit. ainsley: yeah. >> how can that not be a place if it doesn't gain sovereignty. so i don't see how you can separate the two. and so that's the biggest challenge in front of us. ainsley: we look to you guys. thank you so much for your sacrifices and your service. we are so honored and so grateful. we get to do this great job every morning and feel safe and eat lunch at a cafe because of you. thank you for everything you are doing. >> thank you. truly honor. i had one bad dad day. the rest of them have been pretty good. ainsley: let's hand it over to jillian who has
headlines. jillian: wednesday morning. let's get you caught up right now on the news of the day. starting here, the state department issuing a travel warning for popular tourist destinations in mexico following a spike in gang activity. those areas include cab do yocancun,lucas. three weeks after people were shot and killed. americans aren't being targeted but they urge tourists to be vigilant. former director of national intelligence james clapper is questioning president trump's fitness for office. why? he claims our commander-in-chief is trying to divide americans. even though president trump doubled down on bringing the country together during his speech in phoenix. >> i really question his ability to -- fitness to be in this office. and i also am beginning to wonder about his motivation for it. jillian: he didn't stop
there clapper also said he found the president's rally, quote, down right scary and disturbing. this teen's sweet dance moves like this, yeah, just landed him in jail. watch. ♪ ♪ jillian: saudi police arresting this 14-year-old boy for darning the mac reena in the middle ever the street. it was filmed last year. was just called in for questioning after it went viral. he is accused of improper behavior and disrupting traffic. i don't know. i feel that makes us smile. if anything this day and age makes us smile. ainsley: maybe a little dangerous. steve: jillian it wasn't just because it was the mac macarena it was because it's dancing. jillian: one of those dances i will be 100 years old and i will still remember it. ainsley: i think it's because he was standing in the middle of traffic.
you are not allowed to stand in the middle of the street and dance. brian: i don't think we should jail dancing. jillian: no one likes my dancing? my dance something awful. steve: adam klotz right now is doing the hustle or the electric slide. >> i don't remember the macarena exactly. don't call the police on me. this one should be called. i don't know if this really lives up to it guys, i'm out here on the plaza in a beautiful '27 corvette. i got my buddy with me. why don't we drop the top on this one. it's going to be a beautiful forecast for today. at least here across the northeast, take a look at our forecast maps out there. yeah, there it is, that's looking good. here is our maps. we did see heavy rain throughout the overnight hours, that's no longer going to be an issue as we continue to track the day. knocking the northern half of the country, northern tier. big story here the next couple of days and i have to
point out real quick low pressure system that's going to be spinning. this could become our next hurricane or tropical storm harvey, that's one we will be watching the next couple of days. griffin throw it back inside for us? >> back to you guys. adam: he ithis is griffin that owns all the dealership that owns all these cars. he is the man. show us the macarena. don't get arrested. is he too young to know the macarena. steve: you are right. go out and look at the cool corvettes going back in time. brian: get one. ainsley: adam is sitting in his inheritance. steve: debbie wasserman schultz here to explain why she didn't fire i.t. worker who may have stolen american secrets. listen to. this i think it's important to point out what he has been arrested and charged with unrelated to his employment. steve: really? well, her excuses don't end there. we will continue with the spinning coming up.
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trump. you say the swamp needs to be worried, why? >> because, the reason we elected trump is we wanted change in washington. real change. and we wanted things done. politicians need to realize senators in congress you didn't get it we elected him. if you guys don't get going with the agenda, come 2018, 2000 20, you will be looking for a new job. todd: i think dave the mailman really summarize the thoughts of most americans there. at least the ones that voted for the president. now we go from dave the mailman to dave the preacher who voted for president trump and said he loved the speech last night. why? >> because he said it like it is. he always talks like it is. i get tired of these politicians telling you one thing and they do something else. he tells you like it is and he does what he says. i just want him to continue to stay on point and start talking about what he is going to do continuously. because you ain't going to change media. they are going to be against him whatever he says. i'm for trump.
that's the way it's going to be. todd: halle, thank you very much. we go now to jim. jim also tells me loved the speech last night. why? >> it's great. build the wall. todd: talk to me more about that. what the are issues important to you? >> immigration. the redo the insurance. todd: okay. >> get rid of obamacare. it's going to where. todd: i want to ask you one other question. we heard the story about espn moving one of their commentators off of one game, the uva game and going to another game. you said that is hogwash. why? >> come on now. robert lee? i mean how can that be put e. lee. that's all on espn. todd: understood. jim, thank you very much. we want to mention one more thing. martha maccallum is going to be doing a story from louisville at the kentucky state fair. make sure you tune in tonight at 7:00 to see martha and the story. we will send it back to new york city live from
louisville. steve: good job. we are hungry. brian: march that's entourage should be arriving shortly. steve: she is having a town hall at the state fair. ainsley: i love the state fair. brian bine deep fried stuff not good for your skin. steve: delicious. just saying. president trump taking a shot at jeff flake. flake's possible challenger arizona state trisher jeff dewit traveled with the president to the rally on air force one. is he going to join us in 20 minutes for a reaction. ainsley: how does the corvette become known -- who or how did it become known as america's sports car? we are going back in time with all seven generations. steve: what's that? ♪ born to be wild ♪ born to be wild ♪ when you have allergies,
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steve: the world's largest gathering of the sports car the corvette. more than 5,000 of them will be in attendance at the corvettes in carlisle event in carlisle, pennsylvania. here to give us a preview, bill miller, he is the co-owner and co-founder of carlisle events. good morning to you, bill. >> good morning, steve. steve: that's my favorite. we have a bunch to look at. tell us about that car. >> this is the car that started it all c 16 the corvettes. they produced these from '53 to 55. they were all six cylinder cars until mid '55. in mid '55 they put a v 8 in it and it became the american sports car. steve: tell us what you have got going on this weekend. >> this weekend is corvettes of carlisle. the world's largest corvette show. going to be thursday through sunday. steve: all right. very good. this is a buick, that car right there, brian, the one you are in front of is worth
$4 million. brian: lance, tell me about this car and why so few were made. >> this is a mean machine. there were only 20 of these made 427 incredible horsepower car l 88. brian: for the people that know engines that know what to look at, dave, come on over here. this the is original engine from 1967. >> this is it. horse hour. brian: worried about gas mileage this is not the car for you. >> no. brian: i love the rear view mirror. >> isn't it awesome. you can check it out on motor crush. brian: fantastic. move a little further down the way where ainsley is camped somewhere. in fact, all the way down, lance. >> all right. brian: ainsley, wave if you see us. she is in traffic. what is she sitting in? ainsley: how beautiful is this car? this is the carlisle blue. ainsley: tell us about this car. did brian say the last car was worth how many million? >> about $4 million.
ainsley: how much is this one worth? >> this worth is worth about 60,000. ainsley: that's still a lot of money. tell us about this car. >> this is carlisle blue zr 1. only year they ever did carlisle blue. it's due to the fact that it's all about 30 years of corvettes of carlisle which will be starting tomorrow in carlisle, pennsylvania. ainsley: how fun is that? what makes this car special. >> this car has a lot of horsepower and beautiful just like yourself. ainsley: thank you. >> fun car to drive and ultimately america's sports car. that's what it comes down to. it's a great car. ainsley: that's great. thank you for sharing the history of the corvette with us. >> i love this stuff. are you kidding me. come to carlisle. seriously come on out. corvettes of carlisle starts tomorrow and goes through sunday. we would love to have everybody. ainsley: fun road trip, brian. brian: fantastic. see you inside. lance, good job. jillian, i talk to less, you can keep that car. >> no problem. brian: have to find a way to put the hood up. it's going to rain later. pc police taking things to
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america's number one news show. ainsley: the president came out and got the crowd just going crazy. brian: a little bit before that they were playing my way. so that's truly appropriate for president trump because that rally last night was done, like, only he could. over an hour i sense that he used the teleprompter as a adviser, not something to adhere to on monday. ainsley: what makes you think that? steve: you can see the teleprompter. but unless you look at it -- a couple of nights ago, he was the teleprompter president delivering that speech from across the white house in washington, d.c. last night, he was out in the desert, and i'll tell you what. folks were very excited to see the president. he was there, obviously, to energize his base after a withering ten days of criticism following what happened in charlottesville, virginia. he did stress the importance
of unity we're a nation of many races but also he took some shots, and i mean some shots at the media. >> i'm here tonight to send a message we are totally and fully committed to fighting for our agenda, and we will not stop until the job is done. you always understood what washington, d.c. did not. our movement is a movement built on love in charlottesville strikes at the core of america. so this is me. it has no place in america. i'm talking about hatred, bigotry, and violence. remember they said, well, he wasn't specific enough. why wasn't he more specific? abc this morning, and they have little george stephanopoulos talking to
nikki haley; right? little george. they talked about it that much. and then they said let's get back to charlottesville. and you ever notice when i go on, and i'll put out a couple of tweets? i don't do twitter storms. you want to discover the source of division in our country, look no further than the fake news and the crooked media. i didn't say i love you because you're black or i love you because you're white or i love you because you're from japan or you're from china or you're from kenya or you're from scotland or sweden. i love all the people of our country. that's so funny. look back there. the red lights. they're turning those suckers off fast. they're turning those lights off fast. >> so there you have the president blaming the backlash he has received over the last ten days or so on the fake
news or crooked media. we should point out what he was talking about what he said initially in the press conference. he did not mention the part where he said people on many sides were to blame. he did not mention that, but he did try his best to explain what he has been thinking. brian: but he didn't back down. he didn't say he did anything wrong. he didn't say i wish everybody was clearer, because he had more of that tone on monday. last night i thought he was going to say, listen, on tuesday's press conference, i don't think i explained myself as accurately as i could. and instead, he read the transcript of what he did say and what he didn't say. ainsley: after charlottesville, he said i had three press conferences to talk about it, and he held up a piece of paper and said let me read you what i said and let me read you how the mainstream media portrayed what i said. so he had proof of what he said. and then he told the crowd. see the cameras that are behind you? and the whole crowd turned around. and he said many of the cameras are mainstream media. and that's when he said those
red lights are going off because they don't want to tell the story accurately and the whole crowd turned to those cameramen and booed. brian: he was almost fighting against his advisers when he said i'm not going to mention john mccain by name, or jeff flake, but he knows who the republican sitting senators are, and he knows that we're not on the same page with them and aren't on many things. even though jeff flake voted with him when it comes to repeal and replace obamacare. john mccain didn't. here's the president last night kind of holding back. >> obamacare is a disaster and think. we were just one vote away from victory after seven years of everybody proclaiming repeel and replace. one vote away. one vote away. we were one vote away. think of it.
seven years. the republicans. again, you have great senators. but we one vote away from repeal. and noticeable wants me to talk about your other senator who's weak on borders, weak on crime, so i won't talk about him. nobody wants me to talk about him. nobody knows who the hell he is. and now -- see? i haven't mentioned any names. so now everybody's happy. steve: even though he didn't mention the names, he knew exactly who he was talking about. john mccain and jeff flake who clearly is -- look, john mccain voted "no" and torpedoed obamacare. then you have jeff flake who has come out with a book -- keep in mind, he's a republican senator, and he has written a book highly critical of the republican president of the united states. you just don't normally do that. brian: but i will say this. jeff flake is going to be on radio in a couple of hours, and i do say this.
they agree on much more than they disagree with. he does not like the populism he ran on. he does not want to build a border wall. he doesn't think that will help. ainsley: well, neither one of them were in atten attendance in their own state last night and he said quote i will never stop -- and that's interesting because remember at one point he said i'm going to move on? he said, no, we're going to get it done. call your two senators. brian: it would be r it would be very interesting to see if they get over the anger they have with mitch mcconnell. my sense it will be like the 1978 yankees. they'll brawl in the clubhouse but win on the field. they'll never like each other but they'll learn to work for each other because they have nowhere else to go. steve: well, i think you're right the president hopes they win on the field because they never lost under the leadership of mitch mcconnell. they just need one more person. somebody who's going to challenge in the primary jeff
flake in the great state of arizona is the treasurer. he's going to join us. we're going to talk to him about the festivities in about five minutes. brian: espn has the contract for the university of virginia football but they have a problem. the play-by-play guy. ainsley: that guy. robert e lee. they're saying he shouldn't be the announcer that he's assigned to. steve: but this guy's not robert e lee. unless the e stands for espn. it's just crazy. there are so many people on the twitter verse who have blown up on espn. you have got to be kidding. all people have to do is do the math. are we really that sensitive? but espn put out a statement, and they made it very clear they were just trying to err on the side of caution. ainsley: we collectively made the decision with robert to switch games as the tragic
events in charlottesville were unfolding simply because of the coincidence in his name. in that moment, it felt right to all the parties. it's a shame that that's even a topic of conversation, and he regret who calls play-by-play for a football game becomes an issue. brian: david weekly will call the play-by-play and robert e lee will not. he's doing the ohio name. he has a big roster to memorize. he thought he was doing a different game. ainsley: both parties approached him and said do you mind doing this? steve: we asked you what you thought. joe e-mailed us. he said they've clearly shown that they don't value their employees as an organization. should espn has now made itself part of the problem in this country.
steve: so what do you think? you can e-mail us or tweet us or facebook us. ainsley: robert is a very common name. lee is a very common name. brian: somewhere it has to be reprogrammed. ainsley: right. and also jillian e lee. steve: close enough. brian: general lee's dad was bobby lee. he was a quarterback in the nfl. would he be allowed to play this week? >> i don't know but let's get you caught up. we begin with a fox news alert. brand-new images of navy divers frantically searching for missing sailors. ten americans vanished when the uss john mccain slammed into a tanker in the south china sea. several but not all bodies have been recovered. the navy dismissing the commander in the wake of the tragedy.
even beyond the obama administration is now coming home and some admirals promotion is now being measured in the loss of lives of sailors at sea. >> this is the fleet's second deadly incident in less than three months. brand-new video just in of defense secretary james mattis meeting with leaders in turkey. concerns in the region including isis. secretary mattis also meeting with erdogan. comes as we learn thousands of troops could be employed to afghanistan in days. the move part of president trump's plan to rad cade terror in the country. take a look. brand-new photos showing the $3.4 million renovations at 1,600 pen. the oval office has new wallpaper. the result room has brand-new carpeting. crews also replacing the heating and hvac system in addition to upgrading it infrastructure. the first family spent time in
new jersey as the work took place. looking pretty clean, huh? steve: very nice for the new occupants of six months. brian: thanks, jillian. meanwhile, 12 minutes after the hour. he was charged with several felonies but debbie wasserman schultz still didn't fire her it guy. why not? >> i think it's important to point out what he has been arrested and charged with is un- -- is unrelated to his employment. brian: oh, really? and the excuses don't end there. we'll explain. ainsley: and then president trump taking a shot at jeff blake after last night's rally. he road with the president's rally on air force one. what does that mean? he's going to join us live. next ugh. heartburn. sorry ma'am. no burning here. try alka-seltzer heartburn relief gummies. they don't taste chalky and work fast.
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at yesterday's rally. joins us right now from phoenix. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. thank you for having me. steve: someone suggested that you should challenge jeff flake when he runs for reelection. you are interested, though, even though you haven't decided whether or not you're interested in senate, in helping president trump; right? >> absolutely. you know, i've been there from the very, very beginning with the president. i've ridden in with him many times when he comes to arizona, as well as other states. i was there at the very, very first rally back in july of 2015, and that was the first time i think everyone saw there was magic in the air, and i've never doubted since that time that he was going to win. and we knew right back then that he was going to win. steve: you fly in on air force one, would you be comfortable sharing any of the conversation with the president? >> well, i don't want to say the specifics of what we talked about, but i want to say first, what an amazing opportunity to ride on air force one.
obviously, that's a much better way to travel than the commercial airlines. steve: no kidding. >> and more leg room. i'm 6'5". there's more leg room. steve: air force one. that's why you should be president, somebody should say. because you get more leg room on air force one. well, the president did not mention mr. flake and mccain by name. clearly, he was taking shots at him because they have not been helpful to him, even though they're republican. >> well, you know, a lot of people all over the country in the senate have -- on the republican side have raised money for seven years saying they're going to repeal obamacare, and i think a lot of people are very disappointed that obamacare is not gone. obviously, the president has done everything he can to make that happen, and it's time for the senate to put the bill on his desk and fix what has really broken our small business sector, getting rid of obamacare will help bring more jobs, and that's the important thing. steve: jeff, what do you think is the president's criticism where he blamed the media for the backlash after charlottesville? >> oh, i think he's right on
the money. he came out very, very strongly and condemned all forms of racism the day that it came out. and then the media would never give him credit for that. so, you know, i think it's sad what they put him through with these things. he did the right thing and said, oh, he wasn't specific enough. never mind the double standard that obama was never specific, and they never said that about him. but they said, oh, president trump wasn't specific, so then two days later, he comes out with another statement that's very specific, and they act like that's the first statement. so, you know, the media is treating president trump very unfairly. but the one thing he has that i think drives the media crazy is he has the ability to go directly to america more so than any president in history. he can get his message across, and that's why he's supported so strongly, especially here in arizona. steve: he's a little bit it with twitter and also the big rallies. jeff, thank you very much for joining us live today. >> great. thanks for having me on. steve: okay. you bet. all right. coming up on this
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>> former director of national intelligence reacting to president trump's speech last night with some harsh words. listen. >> you questioning his fitness? >> yes, i do. i really question his ability to -- fitness to be in this office, and i also am beginning to wonder about his motivation for maybe he is looking for a way out.
>> why does he talk like he woke up in the million dollars of the night? and what a insult to this president. here to react fellow from the london policy research. colonel lieutenant shafer. colonel, to me, that is so over the line, i can't even put it into words. your thoughts? >> apparently jim clapper is a ph.d. in analyzing people remotely. i'll be blunt about it. jim clapper is an idiot. i have briefed that man a couple of times. and when i briefed him on operations, you see this vacant look. he has become a political bit. he just parrots what he's told and in this case, i think he's starting to roll out the new antitrump line that he's not fit to serve. oh, my goodness i have concerns. this is what the left has become all about. it's not about facts, it's about, oh, i think this may be this. i feel this way about it.
and clapper is a poster child for that methodology, and this is what they're telegraphing. they're putting him out there to see how well this resonates with the cnn audience. brian: because he's the national intelligence director for eight years. if he says that, it must be true. >> that's right. brian: and, by the way, he knows a lot of secrets and knows a lot about that transition of what president trump and president obama talked about. and if you're wondering how a lot of these things are getting in the papers, could one conclude perhaps somebody who thinks the president's unstable that wants to quit the job literally, key possibly be the source there? you're an intelligence officer. >> yeah. no, look, i know for a fact and, and i've turned the name over his deputies is one of the leakers. that information was turned over to the appropriate authorities and, yes, he directed it for my information. we'll see what happens regarding the investigation. but that was action. with that said, he personally, brian, has lied twice under oath to the american people. so how does anybody consider this man credible at this point in time? and, yes, he was part of the
effort with ben rhodes, john brennon and the others to go about the could to be unmask people as well as to say things like this to undermine the smooth transition. so, again, i don't understand how anybody gives jim clapper any credibility at this point in time. brian: if they were saying this about president clinton or president obama, what do you think the backlash would be that he somehow unhinged and wants to quit the job? i've never heard that in my life. a president looking for a way out like mike tyson? >> he would be completely isolated. i suspect he would be getting death threats, i suspect that everybody on the left would be piling on. he would have people protesting in his driveway wherever he lives. so, brian, this is a complete double standard here and, again, i see this as kind of a trial balloon to see how well this narrative plays because, look, russia didn't work, i don't think this whole trump
premise is working, and i think this is their next tact. brian: charlottesville, london's afghanistan speech. you were in afghanistan before. we still haven't taken them out. what i'm wondering is in this plan, what's missing to make colonel shafer to believe, if anything, that would be successful? >> well, two things, brian. i think first, we have to consider the nuclear issues in pakistan. i think as you mentioned, operation dark heart, my book was a plan. so i like the fact that president trump said back on the offensive. let's go back and do this. let's quit focusing on trying to create a nation, a nation state that's a jefferson democracy. but we now have to consider is the issues of the region. he played the india card and, brian, he didn't only play the india card against pakistan, which is their primary competitor, he played against china. india is becoming a competitor
against china. so the way he laid this out, focusing this on our interest, look, we may be blunt. never leave afghanistan, never left germany, never left japan, never left korea. we don't tell them how to live their lives. i like the message. i think we need to be a little bit more precise. brian: if they did like a few years ago, we should say "yes" and not care what pakistan wants. especially since they haven't released that doctor. he's still in jail, which is outrageous. >> and we pay them 7 billion a year, brian to pakistan. getting nothing out of it. i think it should change. brian: coming up next over the next 30 minutes, he was charged with several felonies but debbie wasserman schultz still did not fire her it guy. why not, debbie? >> i think it's important to point out what he has been arrested and charged with is un- -- is unrelated to his employment. brian: we'll go over what he was actually arrested and
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♪ ♪ steve: all right. so sorry, espn says. we don't have a sideline reporter by the name of robert lee at the university of virginia games, so we're going to send him to ohio instead and bring in somebody else. we're not making that up. brian: and the people in ohio are much stronger than the people of virginia, evidently according to espn. they can handle it. steve: well, can former secret service agent and new york city police department officer and host of the ren grade republican dan join us from
florida handle it? dan, what do you think of espn saying the folks can't handle it? >> okay. let me just lay this out there. when i saw this on the news last night on my life workers' compensation i swear i thought this story was fake. i said this is the onion. this is the sarcastic website, and they're playing us all for fools. they want us as conservatives to retweet this and make idiots out of this later. the fact that this is true says to me one thing. we have finally reached peak stupid on the left. i cannot believe this is a real story where identity politics has reached such a crescendo of stupidity where asian sideline reporters are removed from broadcast because they're afraid of offending some liberal college snowflakes on a campus? guys, this is literally the definition of insanity. we have reached such irrationality. and one last thing of this. why are we paying attention to these people anymore? they are clearly irrational.
america just needs to ignore these people. steve: who are you talking about? espn? the left? >> yes. i'm talking about the left because espn's statement was very telling on this. their statement is they're unsure why this is a controversy, but they did it to kind of avoid any controversy. it's a controversy because you were afraid the left would be offended. why do you care? this is completely irrational. ainsley: what about the left that they're going to spin this story or make it worse? >> you know what it says about the left? it says they're so desperate to convince america that their fringed positions; right? their love affairs with wars on women, wars on police officers, transgender bathroom usage, the tearing down of adequate statues, you know, spray painting lincoln statues with kkk and stuff like this. doing all of this, that this is a position widely held by
americans. and why that's -- you know, why they've been able to do that is because you have people like espn executives who feed into this nonsense. guys, this is a fringed position held by a few wackos. most americans know this is nuts. brian: right and robert e lee is in youngston, ohio. we can't stop him or get him back. good luck this weekend. meanwhile, let's talk about you, dan, and your thoughts about as an african-american. you know that the vote -- the city council voted to put a shroud over the two statues and in north carolina there's protests about the statues on those campuses. where are we heading with this? >> well, we're headed where we've always been headed with the left. you know, guys, they have nothing. they're married to this idea that they have to destroy america as we know it right now. they have to get people obsessed with the idea that our discard history -- by the way, a discard history of every country with slavery or jim crow granted epic human
tragedies. but that our discard history is the marker of who we are. not that we've overcome these things and given people unprecedented levels of prosperity. so we have to distract people and keep them constantly outraged in this 24/7 anger campaign. it's the only way to motivate liberal voters. brian: i understand the point of view, and i was talking to du douglas, a historian, and the last thing anybody wants to do is mess with history. but if you wake up and robert e lee is there, let's debate this. should web saluting other americans? this should be a rational conversation. not something done in the middle of the night. and now they're taking out christopher columbus who was given to new york by the italian americans in 1890 who, by the way, the italians are mobilized. they haven't been mobilized in the '30s. they're mobilized now to protect christopher columbus in uptown new york city.
>> yeah. brian, i'm italian and that slippery slope. the problem is it's getting very slippery and the slope is starting to increase every single day on this. there's no end to this. mount rushmore will be next. you think it will be a story in the onion, it will be real. ainsley: that's already been out there. yeah. dan, thank you. steve: have a wonderful weekend. ainsley: all right. let's hand it over to jillian who has headlines for us. steve: weekend? it's wednesday; right? steve: we only see him once a week. ainsley: and tomorrow's thursday. it's downhill from here. >> in just hours, federal judge set for our commander-in-chief. the white house says juan was trying to reenter the country voluntarily forfeiting his dreamer protection rights. but san diego judge wants a trial on whether montes who is from mexico was wrongly expelled. judge handled lawsuits against trump university. reporters have been asking for
weeks why didn't debbie wasserman schultz fire her personal it worker after he was indicted on felony charges? the former dnc chairwoman finally breaking her silence with this explanation: >> i think it's important to point out what he has been arrested and charged with is un- -- is unrelated to his employment. >> she didn't stop there, telling the newspaper quote i was concerned about the violation of his due process rights, and there were racial and ethnic profiling concerns as well. he was arrested at a airplane last month trying to board a flight to pakistan. and throwing jabs the boxer calling out kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem and to kevin durant for turning down an invitation to the white house. >> i love the united states, and i love the flag. but there are a lot of people who haven't found that reason, and they don't strive.
they haven't been brought up with people who are patriotic. >> also praised president trump. that's a look at your headlines on this wednesday. but i do hope you guys have a great weekend. >> you're not coming in tomorrow? >> i'll be here tomorrow. brian: good luck during the christmas break. >> you too. ainsley: brian has a long christmas list. he'll give it to you later on in the show. brian: absolutely. ainsley: president trump doing what he does best, taking his message directly to the people. so what do the voters think? carter is here with brand-new dials just in overnight. brian: and todd talking about last night's speech in louisville. hi, todd. >> yeah. brian, we're about to have a debate between keit keith. but first, it is the triple challenge. three pounds of meat. all in 30 minutes. and if i do it, i win that shirt. all right. here we go. do we think i can do this?
steve: the president of the united states took his message directly to the people of arizona, and this time he certainly wasn't holding back. what did the voters think about that? >> well, lee carter, presser and pollster put the president to the dial test. she stayed up all night to do that, and she's up here with the results. hey, lee. >> hey. ainsley: so the first one we want to talk about, he did say in his speech last night the reason he came to washington. let's listen to this, and then we'll get the reaction. but watch the dials. >> i came to washington for you. your dreams are my dreams. your hopes are my hopes, and your future is what i'm
fighting for each and every day. it's so important. ainsley: why don't people like that? the independents and democrats, that sounds like a normal message. >> it sounded like a campaign rally, frankly. and what people said while republicans his base definitely loved it, a minus, you could see the independents and democrats gave it a low mark because they say this isn't about you right now. america is wounded. we are hurting. we are divided, and we want to see us coming together. don't make this about you. don't make this about attacking, explaining, defending. make this about what you're going to do for the american people to bring us back together. brian: you got the job, in other words. >> exactly. brian: something else he talked about was america coming together, and he did it by saying we all have the same goals, we all have the same aspirations. trump: americans share one flag, one home, and one glorious destiny.
we love according to the same law, raise our children by the same values, and we are all made made by the same almighty god. ainsley: i love that. >> you can see that this is a beautiful, poignant message. republicans gave it a a, independents and democrats gave it a c. now, democrats often give trump everything he says an f, so that was a good message for the democrats. i think what was most interesting, though, is independents are softening on their support to trump. they're falling more in line with democrats, and they're quite frankly questioning right now what's going to get done, people are concerned, and they want to see him lead more. so really tough night. steve: well, something the president did is let the press have it. beat the press i think was the headline in the new york times. here he is in part where he has been blaming the media for the backlash after virginia. watch this. trump: it's time to expose the
crooked media deceptions and to challenge the media for their role in fermenting divisions and, yes, by the way, they are trying to take away our history and our heritage. you see that. >> so you can see the republicans love this. they gave it an a. independents and democrats gave it a d. and i think what's most important there is look at the independent line and see they have fallen their support for the president right now and what they said is they're tired of the blame game. we get that the mainstream media is not being kind to the president, but that's not what we want to focus on right now. focus on bringing us back together, unifying this nation, and getting things done. we want to see tax reform, we want to see health care, we want to hear about what you're going to do, not putting down the media and not putting down the establishment anymore. just get something done. steve: would it be safe to say with the three sound bytes that you played with the dials, it looked like his core
supporters still with him. >> still with him. and i'm sure with the twitter feed, we'll see them come out and say we love this. because this is what he does with his supporters. right now is his job to pull us along. we're clearly a country divided. we've been talking about that the last few years. brian: when steven mnuchin puts out his tax reform. that's when he goes out and talks about specifically his issue and setting. >> absolutely. people want to hear tax reform. jobs, jobs, jobs, and let's get health care done. ainsley: thank you so much, lee. we just heard about the dials. but now todd is going to ask people what they thought about the speech. marie callender knows that a homemade turkey dinner can make anyone slow down and pull up a seat to the table. that's why she takes the time to season her turkey to perfection, and make stuffing from scratch. so that you can spend time on what really matters. marie callender's. it's time to savor.
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the media, the far left, and multiple gop senators. we'll break down his pledge to shut down the government over the border wall and hence he may pardon controversial sheriff joe. arizona congressman franks joins us live. plus, the woman who hopes to unseek current general all coming up top of the hour. america's newsroom. steve: well, it's time for breakfast with friends. we started this about two and a half years ago with the presidential campaign. that's right it was so successful, though, we've been sending todd out to get the pulse of the people over food. today over pancakes. >> that's right. guys, before we begin, i want to wish judy and tom a happy 20th anniversary and also richard a world war ii veteran bronze star recipient and purple star recipient. thank you, sir, for your service. let's get to the debate where we are heavy democrat. bullet county heavy
republican. going to start with keith as a retired educator and a trump voter. >> we have a democrat right here. >> all right. all right. all right. we're going to wrap this up, and we're going off to commercial. steve and brian, i'm going to send it on back to you. brian: yeah, unfortunately, i was reading his lips. i know exactly what he meant. steve: we felt in the best interest of the telecast, we cut away. coming up on fox and friends, hillary clinton has a new book out. has a new version of the audio book, and we will share it with you coming up. it's like nothing you've seen. the power of nexium 24hr protection from frequent heartburn. all day, and all night. now packed into a pill so small, we call it mini. new clearminis from nexium 24hr. see heartburn differently.
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it was incredibly uncomfortable. he was literally breathing down my neck. my skin crawled. stay calm, keep smiling, and carry on as if he wasn't repeatedly invading your space, or do you turn, look him in the eye and say loudly and clearly, back up, you creep." ainsley: talk about donald trump breathing down her neck? steve: skin crawling she says. ainsley: far away from her neck in that picture. >> does anybody think the way
she dictated that was kind of odd? steve: they just released that, there will be much more on this throughout the day and may be more tomorrow. in the meantime in the last segment we broke away from todd. what happened in kentucky? >> we were about to have a nice debate, and somebody decided to interrupt it. that happened. she does not agree with everything the president does, but she told us she wants the president to succeed, and i think there is a huge take away there. no matter what you think of president trump, if you agree with his policies or you don't, as all americans we should want the man to succeed because we are all americans, we are united as one, we need to move forward as a country. 50% off to all police officers who come here, the reason is one of their customers lost his son in a line of duty and as a
result of that, result of that, 50% of all cafs bills are taken off. had a good time down here, won't let that one incident stop our good time. steve: todd in louisville, kentucky. thank you very much. ainsley: brian: do you think pet to read that book? steve: sure. brian: she gave like nine interviews since she lost. steve: after that sound bite talking about her skin crawling and she wanted to turn around. brian: he wasn't even close to her. steve: i would like to hear more stuff like that. brian: does anybody know what she actually says? steve: if the book were on tape, i don't know that i would want to listen. honestly. slow, very slow. brian: if you are tired of the television, no hillary clinton comments. jeff flake will respond to the
remarks are not using his name in arizona. ainsley: congratulations on that. steve: tomorrow on this program, kellyanne conway celebrating national waffle day. see you tomorrow. ♪ >> shannon: a defiant president trump taking the stage in phoenix last night pulling no punches saying the media blames republican senators and shutting down the government to get his wall built. good morning, i am shannon bream in "america's newsroom" ." >> good morning. the president unleashed inside turned violent, outside police had to use tear gas to disperse some of the crowd only after the president spoke for more than one hour, and today is being called vintage trump. here's a taste. >>