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[national anthem] >> north korea ratcheting up the rhetoric against the president today. >> trump himself is on a suicide mission. >> a lot of americans not to be taking a need to thank god donald trump is president. >> it's about action. >> the senate has one week to bring out their bill to the supported pretty to pass. >> to reason its status because it isn't finished. >> it's hard to make a keys for keeping up on the care. >> president trump is in a war of words with some of the biggest players in the nfl and nba. >> i think i think the leader of the country of his now what
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leaders do. >> tonight i am taking a knee for america. >> mrs. trump met with team u.s.a. as they prepare for the third annual. >> you have given so much for your country. you truly are our hero. ♪ trained to american-made television broadcasts. the kneeling free edition of "fox and friends." welcome to the show. >> welcome back. he survived yesterday. you are fabulous. although you don't have your book anymore. >> i memorized it. i learned it all. if you want to e-mail us about
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anything, and it is france@fox news.com. he's a quick study. abby: happy sunday morning. always something to wake up to on the weekend. yesterday president trump in alabama. friday night going to a place that really hasn't been touched on by any president before about the kneeling with the nfl players and saying they should be fired. pete: said you should stand for the national anthem or you will be fired. the crowd there was very fired up in huntsville, alabama. it has triggered a war of words basically between president trump in the nfl stars in the nba, nfl itself. the president doubled down on twitter as he often does. he's right on this issue and tapped into domain of a lot of americans who feel the same way. the president said if a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the nfl rather leaks, he or she should
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not be allowed to disrespect our great fiber country and should stand for the national anthem. if not, you're fired. find something else to do. >> we were talking about this yesterday morning from all all wondering how this would play out. we knew there was going to be one. now we are hearing from a former democratic lawmaker who say on sunday hope every nfl player takes a knee in solidarity with colin kaepernick. the white supremacists worked in the white house. former representative john edwards of maryland. pete: she wants everyone to kneel. trading for what we have in this country is featured as an act risen play now. the president put his finger on hot button everyone feel stronger about. today will have scores of protests. a lot of kneelers today even if it upsets the great majority of the country and others are going to feel entitled to take that
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position. but ultimately, this is that they were seeing play out in our cities across the country. i was just in st. louis where activists are taking to the street. whether it belongs in a senate nfl or nba or someone else. in this nation and whether we want to or not, we will have the conversation. abby: he never does that, though. pete: we've seen it happen in the nfl in the nba, but we haven't seen it happen in major league baseball until yesterday. bruce maxwell, catcher for the oakland a's decided to take a knee during the national anthem. the first major leaguer to do so. not a surprise if the open athletics committed bay area where the golden state warriors are, the san francisco 49ers are. the left-wing bubble was deep over there. he's the one who decided to do it.
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abby: this is already happening last night. stevie wonder had a constant for the global citizen festival. true to what is a global citizen festival. how do i become a global citizen? abby: well, here's what happened. >> tonight i am taking a knee for america. [cheers and applause] but not just one knee. i am taking both knees. traded to dallas stevie wonder and a culture side of the global citizen's concert. so many americans love, you want to shout your brain for three hours and watch your favorite team. minnesota vikings come everyone's got your own. you even scores as he said, great. roger goodell, we read it on the
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program, he accused the president of making divisive comments. 12 other nfl teams yesterday put out statements in support of the players and their protests from a kind of doubling down. i have to ask is an observation, what is more divisive the kneeling for your nations and some? the one thing that's always united spirit may have political difference, war and peace, but at least we all stand for the incident they were solidified, we flag, we love this country because the greatest country on the face of the earth. the freest, fairest, most inclusive common that technology advances. capitalism giving this world and yet we kneel furry and then. that's divisive. >> is in the nba, too. remember what happened with that scurry yesterday. we read on this program the president treated your not
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invited. south korea has spoken out. take a listen. >> it's so real to be honest. i don't know why he says neither target certain individuals rather than others. it's beneath a leader of the country to go that route. it's not what leaders do. pete: he says i don't think i want to go. he says fine cameo not invited. this is a surreal scenario for professional athletes are butting heads with the president of the united states. south korea is the son of an nba player. one of the best shooters of all time. two of my kids have his jersey. we love that scurry. yet he is a millionaire millennial. he's why they coddled life where he shoots a ball and dribbled
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the ball for a living. now he is preaching his president about what leadership really looks like. even steve kerr says it's a privilege to go to the white house. instead the warriors are saying they will go anyway and celebrate equality and diversity. griff: if you step back and look at this, lebron james is probably the greatest nba player of our lifetime. it was short and common nowadays lebron. what they are saying, the folks they choose to kneel if they want to be respect it. get lebron tweets out the president is a bomb. when you ask for respect by disrespecting president of the united states, nasher is productive. abby: you mention lebron james. he came out on instagram made quite a statement about what's going on. >> when i wake up, i see that a colleague of mine has been uninvited or something he said
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he didn't want to go to in the first place from e-mail, to the white house. this is something i can't stand for. we've got jamele hill, colin kaepernick speaking up for greater cost. it's not about a division coming out about dividing. we as american people need to come together even more stronger because this is a very critical time in me being in a position i am i had to voice this to you all. love you all, man. true to love too, lebron. abby: he mentions jamele hill, called her unprecedented white supremacist. there he is standing behind that statement. you look at the bigger picture. i was a healthy way to look at what's going on here. whether or not you agree with what the president is saying, what is trying to get out here is respect in this country, whether it is kneeling for the
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national anthem or not showing up when you're invited to the white house. the president is trying to get back to showing more respect in this country and somewhere along the way we've lost that. we've lost the ability to say when it comes to the national anthem we can talk about race and the issues challenging in this country, but let's not disrespect the white house. let's not disrespect or national lampoon. pete: that is totally right. what is lebron calling to? you listen to the rambling statement and he said nothing except we should come together and understand. we should recognize when you kneel or put your fist in the air, look a member of the military in iraq be a master firefighter, police officer who's holding that flag who gives you the privilege. in my mind, why should the military and police officers beholding the fight for the nba going forward. let the coddled players play their game.
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the american people side on one side. abby: that reminds me a lot of people you talk to when you go out into these protests are not spent why are you protesting, what are you protesting for or against and how often they have no clue. michelle spoke about this thing last night. here are her words. >> you've got left-wing elites across entertainment and now infected in the sports world who are allergic to american sovereignty and they have not gotten over the election results. what we are seeing ari ration outbreak of tantrums on every playing field. you have a few militants like colin kaepernick who have been very well marinated in steeped in cultural marxism from the time they were in high school or college and then you have thoughtless joiners, landing to go along with their black power salute, not understanding what they were embracing.
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colin kaepernick foley does. this is someone who puts cops depicted as pigs on socks he wore in the field, who went around sporting shaker variant t-shirts. he knows what he's doing. what we need is a revolt. there are many patriotic members of the nfl, but they unfortunately at this point seem to constitute a silent majority. pete: i've got a player for you to watch. taylor i. fred penned an essay a few weeks ago. where i stand. he said he loves his country, wants to honor his cousin in the air force. two weeks ago he put pat tillman on issues. of course the nfl safety that turn on $4 million to serve in afghanistan was killed. that was just a few weeks ago. every week he is putting a servicemember, member that has lost their life serving bravely.
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i think we are going to start singing more that are going to wait and. train to the normal students at stanford and the benign effect attract terse. it's like those who really love their country commute to do more than stand for the anthem? you have to say no, here is where they stand for it. here's why are country so special. you'll see that from players to coaches. hopefully we see statements for owners to say you stand for the anthem. robert craft of the patriots. >> grew quickly yesterday i said colin kaepernick should go to afghanistan and i still think you should go to courage and say send me. the other thing you might want to do, walk the halls of walter reid in washington to talk to the soldiers who have paid so dearly. pete: well said. hillary clinton doesn't understand why white women support donald trump. >> when i see women doing that,
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isn't very main premise of maine is going to get more dollars under the grant, under the block grants than they have right now. you know, again, this is about car shifting because medicaid dollars will go to state that didn't choose the expansion. the big story here is the premiums so high. abby: the big stories rand paul. he may be swayed quickly. would you say about him in kentucky? >> in kentucky the governor's way for this and he would manage the medicaid dollars. kentucky is another state. two times the premiums doubled in the past years according to hhs. very few providers. a rural state. not enough competition, insurers. you can't get insurance there that works in the doctor's office. abby: attacked her constituents if you vote no on this bill. >> that is why they have the new bill passed.
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griff: dr. siegel, thank you. abby: north korea won't be around much longer if they strike the u.s. general jack keane red hat. griff: what would be the fallout today? we will debate next.
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abby: 25 minutes after the hour. nuclear standoff on the national stage in testifying -- intensifying over the night. the foreign minister treating the p. does little rocket man, they be around much longer. he told the u.n. hitting the u.s. was one of it missiles was inevitable. president trump accusing the dictator, kim jong un to detect its nuclear muscle. iran just testfired that
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ballistic missile capable of reaching israel. not much of an agreement we have. this morning, the protest ends at 22 people arrested for putting mall shoppers in danger. demonstrators flooding the st. louis shopping mall, protesting the not guilty verdict of an officer involved shooting. they were asked to leave and that's when things got out of hand. the mall was forced to close until things calm down. steve, over to you. >> nfl commissioner firing out for calling on those who protest are national anthem. in a statement, roger goodell said divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the nfl. our great game and all of our players and failure to understand the overwhelming force for good our clubs and players representing our community. athletes also weighed in.
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still wondering how this guy is running our country in cleveland cavaliers player jr smith adding,@barack obama, we need you back asap. you're to react, david webb and radio talkshow host, jamila bay. let me start with you. roger goodell has the audacity to claim the divisiveness is created not by dealing for the anthem, but by the president. he says it's disrespectful to the nfl. is the nfl the one that should be afforded the respect or should it be our implement a flag we salute? >> firstly, the nfl is a multibillion dollars so-called nonprofit. they will do what they are going to do. the point is not what roger goodell said. the point is we as americans, all of us are protected under the first amendment and if you don't like what is being said as an individual, as a club owner,
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you can speak out against that. however, when the president of the united states starts towing club owners what speech is acceptable or not, we've got a problem because the president does the government, and after a first amendment right. pete: the president saying owners are the ones who paid exactly should tell the new standards are fired. >> when donald trump became president of the united states, he has a right to his opinion. he is also the president of the united states stands with our soldiers. he has a right to say that.
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for their fourth annual constitution in these inner-city of the dose art to go out there. who know more about the constitution and the exercise thereof then their responsibility. the players have a right to do it. the free market, the fans will be the one to respond. roger goodell was quick to respond, were not as quick to respond when there were charges the young nfl players whether it is assault on women or other things. they protect the nfl. that is what they are doing now. >> i never thought i'd be in agreement with david webb, but you are absolutely right. the team i come from, go steelers, the quarterback there was accused of women.
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not a team i like, but absolutely. shown on video track and this woman by her hair. no statement against any of that. pete: i did know you were steelers fan. you think they will take lots of interesting airing on sunday? >> i think that's yet to be seen. i guarantee a lot of us believe in the first amendment. pete: the first amendment is out kneeling? >> it gives colin capper knocks the right to do what he wishes that this political speech. the first amendment protects us against repercussion from the government. >> premier government, but not your employer. it is great when, as he talked about earlier the player who put, i don't know who he is, the player who put the name pat tillman on issues. that is wonderful. you know, that is the great
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patriotic thing to do. pete: it is a uniting action. we've got to wrap up. really quick. >> why americans watch sports in the world today, to get away from all of the end all this stuff. you are a player and i played organized sports. when you played organized sports, your team plays to win. when they lost the team, lost the fans come to the nfl lost 7% in viewership, espn gone by they went political. americans don't want to hear this. other people like it or not, donald trump is a right to his position in president to stand for the flag elected by the people. a strong position supported by millions of americans who believe the flag is something greater and bigger should be respect it. your first amendment right comes with the responsibility of when you do it.
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pete: a lot of empty stadiums in viewership has been done. a lot of people say because of the political aspect. jamila bay, thank you for the spirited debate. president trump or north korea won't be around much longer they strike the u.s. general jack keane here to react to that on next. should nfl owners fire nfl players? grace hit the streets to find out what football fans really think in the league who may not like at all that much. hillary is back. speaking out about what she thinks the founding father got wrong in the constitution. you're not going to want to miss this. the
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shortly thereafter, president donald trump we did this. just heard foreign minister north korea speak at the u.n. if you have a a little rocket man, they won't be around much longer. >> retired four-star general jack keane in the institute for the study of four in the fox news military analyst. we like your response this morning. >> president trump for nine months and i really believe the strategic framework for the united states has changed rather dramatically. putting the united states back on a global stage as a world power, promoting peace, prosperity and stability. he is reassuring our allies in the far east, middle east, europe and also south america
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and this is where we are now. he's wanted to find our adversaries in a way that the previous administration had never done. and you know, when i think about what trump is doing with kim jong un, you know, this is about big power competition. when you think about it historically and strategically, kennedy, reagan and mount trout. it has to do with the occasions and not as much about them, they all understood the same thing. but that power competition was a fundamental test of will. trump instinctively knows this and that's what's going on. pete: general, do you believe commode had no no more than 20 missile test, the president
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saying that at some point we are going to stop the line. is it your sense -- would you advise president trump today that we are nearing a point where we have to take a preemptive new or respondents have been rethought yesterday which was a simple show of power buzzing with b-1 bombers. >> yeah, i mean, what happened here is the kim dynasty, three presidents permitted nuclear weapons and kim jong un recalculated during the obama administration that saving his regime by pointing nuclear weapons at south korea wasn't efficient. so he decided he wanted to be like russia and china in point nuclear weapons at the american people, nuclear is icbms. probably influence a little bit by what happened in iraq even
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more so by libya. obama took the military option off the table and kim jong un knew that. and put it back on the table. the recount generation is taking place and that is why china is complicit with the united states requests that all nations have got to shut down trade. china has agreed to that. that is never happened before. this friend of trump using military action is in the head of president xi in the head of kim jong un. we'll see what happens. >> great point. if you want to get anything done diplomatically or three states like china. thank you for your time. appreciate it.
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>> headlines we follow this morning. two earthquakes installing rescue effort in mexico. between one and 458 magnitude tremor hit near mexico city yesterday. a volcano sending people into a panic. the 400 people died now from this month's earthquake and aftershocks. hillary clinton stepping up specifically targeting women. well, we'll get that for you in a second. the presidential candidate adding the fight against sexism is ongoing in pointing out she lost the way women vote. we will get that because you want to hear that. college football keeps penn state and defeated.
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barely avoided an upset to iowa state 21-19. did i say that right? thank you. down south, breaking oklahoma state in louisville kent state and a different kind of touchdowns so the show. >> touchdown. abby: after a squirrel made it safely out of the stadium. well done. transduced up in the end zone for celebration. extreme weather as hurricane marius as hurricane areas thundered over the atlantic. billions of people from the knee-jerk carolinas at risk. abby: rip currents today and
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tomorrow one of the east coast. trained to adam klotz keep an eye and a vicious come creeping back into the carolina shore later this week. what have you got? >> still a powerful storm, category two storm by 110 miles an hour. there it is north of the bahamas. beginning to see cloud cover piling up along the carolinas. this will continue to move north, the very slowly at nine miles an hour. this does take a little light into tuesday and wednesday with the white birth here. the sharp turn to the right perhaps runs up along the coast. i'm not expecting this to make landfall. at least that's not what the models are saying. the thing you have to pay attention to for the mid-atlantic states that will be there nonstop in the middle of the week. back to you. >> i just realized i had no reason to know anything. pete: when you are a football fan, but not hard-core.
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>> we lost every time. trained to not just athletes anymore. celebrities are taking any or two needs. stevie wonder last night. we'll see what what we see today. abby: what do americans think of the protests? griff jenkins hit the streets to find out. you don't want to miss it next. >> it's not just the military they are disrespect dean. as all off us. >> you are gone. respect theiran nation. (gasping) son? dad! we also know you can avoid drama by getting an annual check-up. so we're partnering with cigna to remind you to go see a real doctor. go, know, and take control of your health. it could save your life. doctor poses! dad! cigna. together, all the way. dad! (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise)
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>> should players be fired for taking a knee? >> absolutely not. >> freedom of speech the first amendment. you do what you feel is right. church and state. >> any politics in my sports. >> find out what people think about the nfl in taking any. players taken the during the national anthem? >> i think you should take a need if you don't believe america is working for you. >> i agree with the president 100%. not just the military they are disrespecting. all of us americans. >> petty thing players taken in either the national anthem? >> i don't like it. i agree with them 100%. fire them. they're gone. respect our nation. >> only in america you could make that money. >> i don't think the president should've said something like that. i think you should be more presidential.
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>> i never liked: kaepernick for the day he entered the nfl when he started kissing his biceps. >> i don't like colin kaepernick. i like america. >> it's disrespectful they take a knee during the national anthem. >> said minnesota's -- [inaudible] how do you feel about players? are you okay with that? >> disrespectful but i don't think they should be fired. they should be reprimanded by their coach. >> go vikings. score. >> very typical minnesotans. they should be fired. >> i think that his fake news. i love the one lady's comment. separation of church and state. trained for what in the world? or just let her voice her opinion and kept going. abby: so many different opinions
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out there. they all come from a different place in perspective. >> that's a pretty easy one at the end of the day. >> certainly talked about on couches. >> will see what ratings look like. that is ultimately the pocketbook for the nfl will feel this if they go too far. >> people may want to to see what happens. >> 3000 to 4000 if they take a knee, if i'm wearing the jersey echoes in the garbage. if i'm not feeling the game, i'm happy to walk away. that the state of affairs because i'm a massive nfl fan. griff: we'll find out how politically correct the nfl is that they stop showing the nfl moment to avoid. trained to hillary is back out of the list in speaking out about what she thinks the founding fathers got wrong. >> plus, kevin jackson and the man who killed bin laden. life here in the next cap.
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>> as americans celebrate a 230th anniversary of the signing of the u.s. constitution this week, hillary clinton offering a different message. >> the right wing aided and funded by mercer's côte brothers come et cetera is very serious about calling a constitutional convention. part of their gerrymandering is to control state legislatures elect republican governors. if you get deep into what they are advocating, the limits of the first amendment, limits on criminal justice. there is a very insidious right-wing agenda that is hard
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for americans to really kind of wrapper heads around. >> in between excuses about why she loves, the clinton talking about a new threat, constitution article v. mark met larry is the president for citizens for self-governance and the states project. he joins us now to react. hillary clinton talking about you and your organization. >> activities using the constitution to restore the constitution. article v gives them the power to restrain the federal government. hillary clinton does not like the idea of restraining the federal government and restoring the original idea. pete: are you one of these equally funded, but the trail is you're not the only one. the left is overwhelmingly come out and said look out for this convention of states trying to take over our country. you say takes back her country by limits on what our country can do. >> we are glad to have these folks out on the left. what they don't like is the
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intent is to reverse 150 meters of crazy liberal progressivism. we have that right in the constitution. >> the document was signed september 17th, 230 years ago. but something happened september 15th. >> george, dresses the assembly and says we have a problem, but not to the people acting through the states. he asked the question, are we so naïvely believe that government it becomes proposed indictments. obviously they said no. you and i have the right to restrain. trade to where you don't say the project? >> or to .2 million people in support of this. post a legislatures have passed it. we are past the one third mark. we are going to get it done. we are well under way to getting the first-ever article v. pete: no way, this can happen, just a theory. you are saying the work is done to get to the 34 state threshold
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and whether washington wants it or not, the people hold the convention to limit the powers of the federal government. >> this is not something that a fringe benefit. mark levin, senator tom coburn left to work with the projects. senator jim demint on board with the project. this is a mainstream conservative project. trade to evoke similar marker where did they go? >> it is up to the folks to save the country. last year in williamsburg, historic williamsburg, virginia withheld a virtual virtual convention from all 50 states, showed that it's not going to run away, that will restore the constitution. trade joe tiller couldn't thinks you're a threat coming or good guy to me. we'll be tracking your progress. come back and keep us posted. pete: up next to a man who killed bin laden, rob o'neill, and newt gingrich all join us live just ahead.
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>> north korea ratcheting up the rhetoric against the president today. >> none other than trump himself was on a suicide mission. >> of the echoes of rocket man, they won't be around much longer. >> is going to confront our our adversaries and away the previous admin is ration has never done that. >> the senate is likely to bring health care go to the floor and get a pass. >> the reasons it's not dead as it's not finished. the bill hasn't been completed. >> politics and sports collide as president trump is in a war of words for some of the biggest players in the nfl and nba. >> just kind of the countries to go that route. it's not what leaders do. >> tonight i am taking a need for america.
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>> mrs. trott met with team u.s.a. as they prepare for the third annual game. >> you have given so much for your country. you truly are our heroes. ♪ abby: i love this song. we are all americans, including kris jenkins. >> i wonder if clay walker will be taken and needed a. the talk of the global citizens festival as well. >> we still don't know what fridays. it sticks in my craw. abby: good sunday morning, everybody. it is a good day for football. we all look forward we all look forward to going home, sitting on our couch, eat way too much food and watching some great
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games. trading for its an honor to be sitting with you guys for the second day. thank you for having me on the curvy couch particularly on a day when patriotism and activism is going to play out in every corner of the nation. pete: absolutely. the president moments are doubling down in treating as well. he said this. if nfl fans refuse to go to the games until players top disrespecting our flag and country, you will see change take away fast. fire or suspend. the president coming out, effectively calling for a fan boycott of the nfl saying don't go to the games, don't watch it because when you do you enable this activity. instead, stand for the anthem and everything will be fine. abby: party seen this play out. people said about the comments made in alabama friday night calling on the heads of the nfl to fire players if they are going to neil. in response to have a former
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congresswoman, donna edwards for maryland to eat out on sunday i hope every nfl player takes a mere new solidarity against the white supremacist who swapped in our white house. pete: this is all premised on the fact that it runs as donald trump is a racist. if you have a white supremacist in the white house and free reign to do whatever you want, everyone take a knee. this is a cultural battle you see play out at 1:00 eastern time where people either show up or don't show dealer don't kneel. trade for everyone is taking a knee. stevie wonder nails onstage by your favorite mobile citizens festival. in fact, he took two knees. take a look at this. >> tonight i am taking a need for america. [cheers and applause]
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but that is just one knee. i am taking both knees. pete: he is taking both knees. the oakland a's player come with this merger like baseball player to neil for the anthem. affect did the nfl and nba can now make to the baseball. abby: the question is what will happen today. that was the response last night. but we see more protests and more people now? where the kim is going to go during this big football games today? will they go to the flag during a national anthem or to the players to decide to kneel or stand. >> i believe 12 teams are putting out a statement in support nfl commissioner roger goodell: the president comments devices. let me sit just this. their readers pay the redskins tonight. it would be interesting if president trump showed up on the sidelines at the redskins game, put his hand over his heart instead for the national anthem.
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pete: may be wearing the redskins jersey since he's from d.c. griff: that's all another deal. 12 teams: the president statement divisive. pete: these 12 teams put out statements like this including the ceo of the san francisco 49ers had one on the upper right-hand said the callous and offensive comments made by the president or contradict or two at the great country stands for. players have exercised their rights as united states citizens in order to spark conversation to address social justice. i have to ask you what are we dealing for because you talk about social injustice. this is the least texas, lease races of the most free, most equal in the history of humankind. people governing themselves, yet we can even now stand together for a minute and a half, two minutes for national anthem. that's a divisive action taken
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any as opposed to simple conversation. abby: the nfl, nba, said curry who we all know it's an incredible basketball player came out and said he wasn't sure he wanted to go to the white house because the golden state warriors are invited to the white house because he doesn't agree with president trump politics. in response can be treated yesterday seemed fine, you're not invited to the white house. you're not going to come. he responded to the president and here's what he said. >> we stand for basically what our president -- the things he said in the things that he hasn't said and we won't stand for it and by acting and not go in, hopefully that will inspire some change when it comes to what we tolerate in this country and what is accepted and what we turned a blind eye to.
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griff: here's a statement from the golden state warriors. we believe there's nothing more american then i citizens having the right to express themselves freely on matters important of them. we have decided they will constructively use our trip in february to celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion to values we embrace as an organization. pete: first of all, look at other teams. stay with us go 49ers, open athletics, golden state warriors, often with cisco, all liberal bubble from a place that expects this liberal activism and you see a play out now exports. what a look at the last words from the golden state warriors, quality, diversity and inclusion. the most equal, diversity inclusive is the united states military. think about who serves, how much they served together, black, white,, straight comment any political ideology, religious ideology. i would say the nfl and nba have a little bit to learn about diversity and equality.
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the first football player was drafted in 2014. he doesn't have a job anymore. how many translators? why can't girls play in the nfl? where does it end? they want to laud themselves as being the organization. they make millions of dollars. they're ungrateful bloody old millionaires who won't stand for their own and then. thus the conversation the president started. love the flag and let's fight it out politically because we have different views and we have free speech, but owners get to make a decision, too. rain in effect to show disrespect to your country and all those vets and others who serve to defend. abby: welcome and another sacrifice it takes to fight for this country. all of us can do what we love to do. athletes can be on the field and play their game. they are out there fighting every single day. i would say because when we talk about the nfl and baseball or
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basketball, but fans are often the most patriotic of all. that shouldn't be missed in this conversation. they are proud of the flag and they want to stand there. they don't want this happening. trade for we forget the legacy of pat tillman who gave up $4 million to fight for our country and afghanistan. endless killed. we will see come he says they stand because i love this country. we will see if we see more from him than other players who say i want to voice my opinion and support our sailors, soldiers, airmen and marines. pete: this is only begun. a couple hours from now this will kick off. it will force choices for coaches and owners as well inside these locker rooms. if you are player in the military commute a lot politics your locker room, just like you don't want them in the foxhole. divides players that need to be united. you've got to be on the same page. you don't want to be discussing other things. you want to focus on your
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adversary. transfer within talking about this will continue the rest of the show. you've been pouring in responses. does anyone nfl disrespecting the flag remember or even care about the ultimate sacrifice that pat tillman played for all of us. pete: absolutely, great point. it is they're great athletes get the attention of our youth and the ones on their knees are not fulfilling their role as leaders. >> a tree from susan. it is their right to kneel. at least they are not burning down their cities. we can weigh her feelings, respond accordingly. that's an interesting point in the cities that covered st. louis, baltimore, milwaukee. you know, this is a different situation because it is the nfl. a different setting than this is what the argument is going to be. is the activism in our national pastime, our professional sports in his place in directed at the wrong target, which is the
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patriotism. pete: they undercut their own costs. not the so-called injustices they are -- they believe are right. abby: that's the ultimate question here. >> alerted my welcome you both. you can e-mail us. keep them coming in. >> keep the headlines. president trump stepping up efforts to help puerto rico days after a category four storm slammed the island. federal aid pouring in including 2 million gallons of water, tens of thousands of cops and dozens of generators. more supplies to come in the next few days. hurricane maria played for 10 dozen puerto rico alone including two police officers. a black-white smatter protestants of 22 people arrested for putting mall shoppers in danger. let's listen. demonstrators flooded the st. louis shopping mall protesting the not guilty verdict in officer involved
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shooting. police asking them to leave the knots when it got out of hand. the mall was forced to close until things eventually calm down. president trump to work for a tougher vetting process the changes could include country by country restrictions targeting government that have not followed counterterrorism efforts. citizens could be banned from traveling to the u.s. president trump officially declaring today's gold star mother's day. honoring families who lost their lives fighting for freedom and really falls on the last sunday of september. we think of course our american heroes and their families for their sacrifice. they don't get nearly enough attention paid to say that the military. i come from a military family as well. you don't think about the mothers who send their sons and daughters away. so hard that they are so proud that the same time you were every single day. pete: they send them away and
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they don't come back. that's an extended gold star mother, family, wife. train for spouses and family members of military members or themselves in the sacrifice they make. pete: president trump warning north korea won't be around much longer. if they strike the u.s. come is this a tougher stance facing the president take against a rogue nation? train to the nfl and the players who disrespect or flag and country. what does the man who killed bin laden tape? we will ask rob o'neill coming out. ♪ dynamic performance, track tuned handling, and aggressive styling. the bold lexus is. lease the 2017 is turbo for $299 a month for 36 months. experience amazing at your lexus dealer.
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pete: north korea fighting back against president trump. >> the observed reality that a person like trump coming mentally deranged person both mental mania committed an irreversible mistake in the entire u.s. mainland inevitable appeared triggered the president treating his reaction to the speech. just heard the foreign minister speak at the u.n. if the echoes thoughts a little rocket man, they won't be around much longer. is this the toughest dancers stand against north korea by a president? you're doing in a cia dr. suzi perry. thanks for joining us. what do you think? the toughest, bluntest talk we've heard against north korea, who has unprecedented missile tests, more than 20 this year. what do you make?
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>> it is true. certainly no u.s. president has talked in this manner, really taking a very tough stance or north re president bush called them the axis of evil. i don't think they expected this to come out of washington. by level of concern is that we'll escalate because they cannot back down either. they have been nuclear programs, they have to have their nuclear arsenal with nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile in now and you have the more likely another ballistic missile test. griff: said the foreign minister of north korea saying it was an irreversible act. are we headed towards military action in your opinion? >> i hope and i still believe it is not likely just because
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taking military options would mean massive casualties. we can avoid a big conflict on the peninsula. the nuclear power puts japan and south korea under nuclear threat. north koreans do, over 10,000. we do take military action. retaliation from north korea appeared at the end, north korea will be devastated in all out conflict and they were particularly take a big hit. griff: and some of these countries when you want to do a regime change, you can get an insurgency started in may contact with the people. they call it the hermit kingdom for a reason. it's so isolated. is that an option? >> the most isolated country on the face of this earth. we call it a target country for a reason.
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we don't have a lot of good options. griff: unfortunately, dr. sue mi terry, thank you for being here with us. president trump trying to close the deal to repeal and replace about mixer in the senate. can he convince rand paul to vote yes? we will ask david bossie just ahead. some are blasting the president for slamming against the protesters. our next guest says it is an all -- it is all an act. the
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>> professional athletes blasting the president as he calls them out for protesting the national income and lack of
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patriotism. >> moments ago, and the full attendance and ratings are way down. they love our country. >> our next guest blames these players for social justice warning. theodore flynn, executive director, kevin jackson. good morning. obviously the president tripling down this morning in his response to roger goodell another teams. you say their social justice warning. what do you mean? >> good for him for doing this. this has been long overdue. a lot of people in america talk about going to sports and only watching sports games and they said this is our time to speak out. the fact of the matter as it is in their time to speak out. these guys are protesting the national anthem, something happening in this country since the beginning of boards. suddenly these guys want to become social justice warriors
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for all the wrong reasons. of the donald trump has said that he's done with obamacare and political issues. the political correct nature of sports needs to be addressed. we need to look at this country and becoming patriots again, standing for the flag and sport is a meritocracy where they play the sport because people who stand behind the flag. >> very quickly, the protester they are wanted some form of local police accountability. they wanted subpoena power for civilian review board. do these athletes taking a knee, do they do anything for those social justice warriors? >> they do nothing for them. one point i was going to make the other day was these guys back as if they are running into these problems daily. they are not. i would defy seth curry or
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kaepernick or anyone who call themselves warriors to name me the last person shot in any city, shot and killed by another black person or somebody else. if you care, they would care about the crime that exists in every city in this nation. cleveland, ohio, i guarantee you the broad james can't say who got shot last night and he wouldn't care. and stephon curry wouldn't tell you who was killed in san francisco or any other location. they act as if there is some problem with policing when the real problem are the problems in the community they should be solving. one other point. none of these guys will donate 1 penny to the cities that have had to make massive payouts. st. louis has paid out $900,000 to the family of lamar smith. you see any of guys matching it? they've had at $1.5 million to michael brown junior his family.
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two people who killed police officers got payouts and you can bet those guys will not open their wallets to help the cities repay this money back. trade to the president saying this about respect for the country. this is just one example from a not though this is there something far more pernicious here. the nfl and nba in which the players are black and the vast majority of the owners are white. when you make comments about predominately black pro sports league should just be happy with what they have and not complain, you aren't doing it by accident. you really believe it. >> and i strive for lefties to pull this nonsense. look, in sports, it is overwhelmingly minorities, black and some latinos, not necessarily latinos in the united states. but we know this. the idea of donald trump is attacking sports for this reason is ridiculous. a president standing up for the flag in america and we have left
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is attacking him. young black kids about an opportunity to do something people would dream to do that happily stand with their hands over their hearts a celebration donation that would allow that and certainly the president and the bad guys, the white guys who hire these young black athletes in overwhelming numbers of the bad guys that you will not convince me of that in america is not convince. it will reflect itself in the football ratings which will be lowered this sunday and ultimately in the nba. pete: you'll be standing today. >> i stand every day for this country. i love this country. i've quit watching for us since the kaepernick incident and i did a social media test and many people like me have done the same. abby: good to have you on this morning. pete: what does the man who killed but not think about these anthem protesters?
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trained to rocket man should've been handled a long time ago. i am going to handle it because we have to handle it. little rocket man, we are going to do it. because we really have no choice. we really have no choice. abby: president trend continued to up his rhetoric. fox news contributor and author of the operator. good to have you here. >> great to be here. pete: congratulations. you just got married. we are excited for you. you heard that statement there. there were reports his advisors told him to stop using little rocket man. that didn't work. >> president trump has been known to do that.
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little marco, lion ted, "crooked hillary." he gets you and starts giving you nicknames. he tends to win. this is no joke. he is trying to make kim jong un upset, what she's doing right now. this isn't a joke that we possess the capabilities we need to to completely destroy them. pete: he said we will utterly destroy you. the foreign policy intelligentsia would say that his dark talk. how can you do that? >> at his dark talk because right now with the politically correct environment we like to kill people as nice as we can. we are the strongest military in the history of the world. if it came to a conventional war, which i don't want it, but a lot of people on south korea and north korea, we can completely wipe them out. pete: that's why the rhetoric is so important because it's to north korea. >> chinese to listen. if there's any kind of special operation, it will be chinese.
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we've got to turn the page. how do you feel about taking a knee to the national anthem? >> i'm a white kid from montana come as i've never faced discrimination, any racial stuff. but as a veteran, it's insulting. there are different ways to protest. if you stand for the national anthem because you're allowed to play the game because of the flag. i think at iwo jima, normandy, nine of 11. after the anthem, then take a day. how about everybody wears a black club or something like that, protest in a different way. we've got people who don't understand what is going on. colin kaepernick, where is the plane today? that's right. he gave a protest about antidiscrimination, were in a fidel castro share. are you out of your mind? it is the wrong way to do it.
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every veteran i've talked to, regardless of what you say, you can't take any of the national anthem and say i support the troops. it doesn't matter what color you are. you come back in red white and blue. >> very quickly, if we took him and let him see. >> he wouldn't leave green bay coffee. he was dead on the base guarded by guys wearing the american flag that he hates. pete: that is the coffee served on base. >> is pretty good. pete: rob o'neill, always quotable. thanks so much. abby: turning out to other headlines. three earthquakes in the last two days has killed five people, still in rescue efforts from tuesday's quake in mexico. one of them have been hours ago. the other two on the southern
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border. the volcano can spew ash into the air, sending people into a panic. it was 400 people have died from the earthquake and aftershocks combined. hillary clinton stepping up for attacking president trump supporters, specifically targeting white women. watch. >> when i see women doing that, i think why are they publicly disrespect in themselves? why are they opening the door to have someone say that about them in their workplace, in a community setting. do they not see the connection there? trade for the former democratic presidential candidate also pointed out she lost the white woman spoke. trade to an electric drive keeps 10 states undefeated. >> across the middle. touchdown. pete: those pesky nittany lions
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narrowly avoided an upset to iowa state. i think it was iowa. abby: this is why you are reading it. not me. texas a&m beats arkansas for the sixth time in a row 50-43 and gave them a go. at the louisville kent state game, a different kind of touchdowns stole the show. >> my goodness, buddy do it. do it. pete: good that he didn't run out the back. he goes off that way. after a superstar, thankfully the stadium, no squirrels were harmed in the filming of this touchdown. louisville 142-3. indicators beat kentucky. but nobody really cares except for a road of florida, graduations. abby: where's the video?
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transportation, 1 million of those was mine. finally, 350%, the increase on traffic on the nation -- the national kidney foundation website ranks to selena gomez. the pop star posting this photo to her instagram receiving a new kidney from actress and friend -- [inaudible] thank you. you help me with sports. i hope you -- trade for trying to close the deal on repealing and replacing obamacare. transfer the latest measure out my support. pete: ellison barber live in washington d.c. with the latest. >> good morning to you guys. the president seems to think or at least hope senator powell will head change the mind and how he will vote. he treated this yesterday. i know rand paul and i think he may find a way to get there for the good of the party.
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on friday, paul took to twitter as well telling his followers he wants to repeal obamacare that the graham-cassidy bill doesn't do that. he called and obamacare light and said it keeps 90% of the taxes and spending. john mccain says he is not supporting the bill. republicans cannot afford to lose weight into republicans on that. lisa murkowski undecided. is the bill even final? according to the secretary of the health department, it is not. >> the reasons it's not dead is because it's not finished. the bill hasn't been completed. we continue to work with authors on it through this weekend in the bill will be likely ruled out early next week. they are in the process of refining it and we provide technical assistance and information. pete: majority leader mitch mcconnell intends to consider the graham-cassidy bill on the floor this week. but they said that he for senator mccain came out against it.
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republicans before the end of the month kenya's special dodger rules of the simple majority. 50 yes votes. in the sober they will need to pass something. white house officials say they think they can get it done. griff, abby, p. abby: we heard a chuckle over on this side of the couch. >> not just athletes anymore. celebrities taking a knee. stevie wonder last night taking not just one, the two needs. the e-mails are pouring in on this. we will share some of them had next. griff: live at the starting line of a special race in new york city. >> i'm in brooklyn for the 9/11 9/11 -- 60, 70 pounds to run through the tunnel several miles to get to the twin towers can see as many people as he could.
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abby: welcome back to this incredibly story. ran through the twin towers or 60 pounds of gear on his back to help save the lives of 9/11 to sacrifice his own life was saving others. griff: thousands are keeping his memory live actors dissipating in the 5-k run and walk. fox news chief national correspondent ed henry joins us now from brooklyn along with ceo tunnel to towers foundation and stephen's older brother, frank
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stiller. good morning. take it away. >> well, i know you've got a chance to talk to frank on 9/11 and stephen stiller, and one of many we should point out, but someone whose legacy still burns bright. about 30,000 people will trace his footsteps this morning through the battery tunnel now known as the tunnel into lower manhattan to try and show how important it is to keep the legacy alive. when you know your brother did so much a 9/11 to save as many people as he could, when he was off duty either 60, 70 pounds of gear on and now you have people retracing foot steps this morning. what is sending to your family? >> it means everything to us. all those who perished that day in the good work we do because of it. it's important to know we are building these houses peer >> rebuild houses were injured service members who come home for more and try and help them. >> the most catastrophic has
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been paralyzed in lives changed forever. this is what we are doing from the same thank you for your sacrifice made. reporter: james leonard the chief of staff for the fdny. i'm coming out of my hotel and i see these firefighters from london with the british flags and they'll put their gear on. 60 chemist and a pounds of gear to run in solidarity with your men. when you think about that? >> such a show of support. he gives us a reason why we can't support us. it's really unbelievable. >> joe piscopo has been emceed this event. you will see a new york that means a lot to so many people. >> great to have you here, ed henry. such a celebration through the foundation that some of these and am so humbled to be among such heroes or this is the group
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worried enough to get. pete: we are going to be running through this together. it's awesome. you know what they say, sends out, guns out. that means we get the guns out. awesome legacy of 9/11. your family has done so much for so many people appeared abby: they are such good friends of this show, "fox and friends." are you running today? >> i am running. joe piscopo was in a suit. >> chief, i want you putting the gear on. come on. pete: america want -- america wants you. we are going to have you on the bottom right of the scene on transferring for the next two hours of the show monitoring. >> well done. where the 60 pounds. >> i promise you i'll finish by next weekend.
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in a way the previous ministration has ever done. >> the senate has one week to bring a healthcare vote for and get a pass. the reason is not that is because it's not that is. the bill hasn't been completed. >> professional athletes blasting the president as he calls them out for protesting the national anthem. >> this is beneath the leader of the country to go that route. it's not what leaders do. >> we need to look at this country and becoming patriots again, standing for the flag and what it means, and quite frankly, honoring the traditions of sports. >> it doesn't matter what color you are, if you're in afghanistan, you get killed. abby: the team usa prepares more than six games. >> you have done so much for your country. you truly are our heroes.
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>> we are teaching. it's sunday morning and we have a lot going on. abby: and we have you on the couch again. >> let's keep it going. you are in good standing here in the boxes channel. >> we are five hours away from kickoff with the nfl which all eyes will be on the gridiron this morning. for reasons different than play option passes and fake field goals this will be because right before the game we do this thing in this country where we honor our flag and traditions and we sing the national anthem. abby: your hand over your heart and you stand and respect the country and respect the flag.
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the president started this conversation on friday night in alabama where he said the owners of the nfl should fire the players if they are going to kneel and disrespect this country and what it stands for. yesterday you had reaction to that but he is up this morning tweeting and trampling down on this and says if nfl fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our flag in our country you will see change take place fast. fire or suspend nfl at in attendance is way down. many stay away because they love our country. the leak should back the us. >> effectively calling for a boycott, you might say, of the bands of the nfl. will you attend and are you enabling this culture that is giving players a platform to protest their country? there are some on the left who want even more kneeling including former representative donna edwards. she's a democrat from maryland and he did this yesterday in response: spac.
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griff: i have said that i am fascinated to see whether or not the networks go politically correct in choose not to show this moment for the game. it's an interesting, there were paid attention to before the players even take the field. let me throw one new thought out there and that is this. has the president not used such strong language using the slb, would he have garnered the reaction that we have had from all of these players. it has gone to the nba and got to the major leagues and in fact, we had bruce maxwell kneeling near home plate. pete: it the most strong reaction but he made the call and these are owners have an opportunity to say you're fired if you won't stamp writing.
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one guy who isn't a player on a sports team but is an entertainer is stevie wonder. he was the global citizen possible and i'm still waiting to find out what global citizenship is, e-mail me if you know what it is but he was at that possible and decided to make his own process. take a watch. >> tonight i'm taking a need for america. [cheering and applause] but that is just one knee. i am taking both knees. abby: the question is what will happen today because that was yesterday and we got some big games coming up and will we see more people kneeling on that field and more protest because of this and you pointed this out, attorney, will the camera focus on the game or the national anthem and will the
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camera focus on all the players that decide to kneel today. that will be a tough decision for the nfl. griff: 12 teams put out statements from the seahawks and the eagles to the 40 niners and getting some cover for the players. i don't know if you call that encouragement but it certainly says hey. abby: to my point this out that the president has pointed out this morning about how ratings have gone down. we talked earlier about collin kapnick and we won't see him play on the field at all in any games today but there's a pool from july and according to a recent survey from jd power that the national anthem protest that originated with kelly kapnick led to a list of reasons that people admitted they are now tuning out of watching the nfl and watching the games. pete: i look at those teams and my team, the minnesota biking,
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is not team yet but i'll tune in when they book play the buccaneers and if a member of my minnesota vikings is taking any i will turn it off. i don't want to see that. i want to coach and an owner that respects their country and police and that it won't enable that kind of stuff. i never thought i would say this but you can have islands of sanity inside the nfl because these are sovereign entities, individual teams, and make their own choice. griff:
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he did a little as a weeks ago where he said i stand because i love my country and has a cousin in the air force any the famous nfl player was in afghanistan put in honor on issues. abby: where in the world is griff? you have seen firsthand the patriotism of our troops and why
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they know how serious it is to stand by our flag because they fight for it every single day. you've also been out on the streets with protesters. oftentimes you ask what they are protesting for and what is this going to lead to and a lot of people are asking right now we see these players kneel down on that field. what are you protesting patrick what are you so angry about what do you want this to lead to? we had kevin jackson ceo on the show and we asked what the president being attacked for standing up for his feelings on this and this is his reaction. >> we have a president who is standing up to the flag in america and we have left this attacking him. we have young black kids got an opportunity to do something that people would dream to do and they would happily stand with their hands over their hard to celebrate a nation that would allow that in the suddenly the president is the bad guy in the sport of the bad guy in the white guys who higher these
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young, black athletes are the bad guys? you will convince me of that. and america is not convinced. it will reflect itself in the football ratings which will be lowered the sunday and ultimately in the mba'. griff: the people are upset that their policies that impact negatively and what we are seeing in the ceiling is a way to insult the president of the united states and to carry out this fight. pete: the elusive legitimacy when were not talking about should we stand for the nations and the more not and look at tyler who for pat tillman's number on it and what colin cabinet war was pig cops depicts pigs and that's not a national conversation but insulting and you get that alongside kneeling to the fm.
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abby: there are a lot of ways to make a difference in this country and if you're passionate about and you feel the need to change in this country and you're one of these players go be a mentor to the young kids coming up. go teach them and help the next generation coming up come together to bridge this to buy. when we talk about kneeling is that really the answer or does that give them name notoriety. pete: i don't get to protest at work but they get to? abby: send us your thoughts. we have other headlines we want to bring it. war of words between us and north korea is intensifying overnight. present top firing back after a forceful stage by the foreign country minister. treating this: hitting the us with one of its missiles is inevitable. steve bannon is traveling to ambler bama campaigning against the senate endorsed by president trump. the former white house advisor dwight moore alongside bill robertson of duck dynasty and
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president trump is supporting luther strange. bannon says he's promoting the top agenda bite opposing. sarah palin said that as well. first lady melania trump is wishing heroes good luck for kicking off the invectives games. seventeen teams are so competing in toronto. she met with prince harry and justin. pete: it's a great way. griff: the race in alabama, that's a big one fight we move on with a fox news alert. the island of puerto rico desperately fighting against hurricane maria. geraldo rivera has been traveling overnight to get to that island he will join us live in a few minutes. griff: in the effort to repeal
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is it dead or is there hope alive? >> well, as they say in the princess bride, it's mostly dead. [laughter] to have both rand paul and john mccain now coming out is firm knows that reduces and illuminates the margin for error. they could only afford to lose for votes and there are two nose. can they keep everyone else on board and there are a number of senators led by susan collins of maine who are leading against it. the interesting thing is that yesterday on fox news the tom price, head of hhs, said they may try to make changes to the bill to try to rally support. maybe to turn some of the no's around and to keep the other 50 on board. we will be talking at the top of the hour at the head of legislative affairs for the white house. the guy who is counting the votes, figuring out and talking to all of the legislators and their staff what to say the bill and we will ask him about any last-minute changes to try to save. it's not fully repeal and replace but something close to
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it. griff: the president was training that rand paul will come along and what could the white house offer and what would rand paul be attracted to to change his vote and is that even a reality? >> i think it's awfully hard. paul has made it very clear what he wants and you have to give him the courage of his convictions. he wants to repeal obamacare. one of the things of the graham cassidy bill does is it keeps all of the obamacare taxes and basically says two states we will give you the money from the obamacare taxes and you can do with it as you want. so far at least, that has been a nonstarter for rand paul and we will see if it will be a change that can get him back on board. pete: in preview, of your program today who else is on your show? >> we have an extensive interview with bill gates. the cofounder of microsoft and for the purposes of this interview the head of the gates foundation, i did notice, but the gates foundation is the largest private charitable fund in the world that has given out $40 billion since it started in the year 2000 to more than 100
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countries and it is literally millions of life. we talked to bill gates about what it has done so far and the concerns that the president trump trying to cut foreign aid for global health and development about what will happen in the future and i also asked him and you will find out what kind of a smart phone he uses. [laughter] 's. abby: i can't wait to hear that one. will be watching. now to fox news alert. in a dire situation in puerto rico still reeling in from hurricane maria. homer although rivera has been traveling overnight to get there. i know this one is close to him and will join us live on the ground next. pete: the president of the united states and the national football league butting head over and the protesters. but what do americans think griff left the couch and hit the streets to find out. >> respect our nation. look at the money they are making here. only america can you make that kind of money.
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pete: fairfax a fox news alert. present top stepping up efforts to help in puerto rico just days after historic category four hurricane slammed the island. abby: federal aid to bring in for victims of hurricane maria, 23000, and dozens of generators. griff: geraldo rivero is a live taking a closer look at the devastation. geraldo, what you see? >> we flew overnight with the georgia air international guard. the georgia guard is coordinating all the relief. first of all, behind me is the big san juan airport that you are used to seeing this facility which is a hub for the entire
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caribbean bustling with hundreds of flights every day. there are absolutely no commercial flights whatsoever and it is just military and some relief flights coming in. what i see personally on the ride from the airport here to the resection which is close to the airport if the buildings that have had their façades shredded by the storm, broken palm trees and almost no traffic on the street. gasoline is in urgent need here, the islanders are lining up for-six hours with a 40-dollar maximum and i see with my own family they have stocked up on food and fuel and water but they are running out. even the most prudent families need resupply. what happens here is totally a function of the relief effort from outside.
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puerto rico is stricken. the island of 3.4 million people from one side to the other from top to bottom is in dire need. before we left the game on a cargo aircraft because there are no private airplanes and i spoke to the commander of the georgia air national guard and general jeff simmons is the man in charge of coordinating the enormous relief efforts that really is just now getting mounted here is general sense. >> this is what we do. we have trained for it and unfortunately for us we are getting variance but they have to have some help down there and were happy to provide it and that is our job to provide. we are just getting started. from the water and the mras and personnel that we just had a group from fema go down for search and rescue this will go on for quite a while. >> untrained.
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reporter: that's major general jesse simmons, the commander of the georgia air national guard. you mentioned in the space leading up to my segment that i have a deep personal reasons for wanting to be here. it is difficult getting here and honestly the military is the only way and but my dad, the late is rivera one of 17 children and i have scores of first cousins here. many of whom we have been unable to contact. some have said they are doing okay and others we have not heard from at all. we are going to for the island and will check on some of these relatives and see how they are faring and share with them some of the supplies that we have bought in. this is a storm stricken island and i don't know when or rico can recover but this tourist mecca right now is a ghost town with people huddling in their
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homes or their apartments. the concrete building did okay but some of the back village areas are still in peril of floods. no electricity obviously and will be months and months. can you imagine a big civilization, three and a half million people, with no power, no water, sanitation system is broken and screwed up. it is a dire need that i can't emphasize enough. pete: worst-case scenario down there. abby: i geraldo i know there is a delay but noted thoughts and prayers are with everyone in puerto rico in your family. we hope everyone gets out of this thing safe and sound. great to have you. thanks so much. pete: everyone is talking about present top calling out national anthem protesters in alabama on friday. so, griff stopped outside a sports bar and scare to see what americans thought about what he said. take a look. >> wouldn't you love to see one of these nfl owners when someone disrespects our flag to say get that son of a [bleep] off the field right now.
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he's out in fired. griff: should they be fired? >> absolutely not. >> freedom of speech, you do what you feel is right. >> only thing i hate about it is i hate keeping politics in my sports. >> what you think about the nfl respected players take any? >> absolutely not. >> i thank you should take any if you don't believe that america isn't working for you. >> i agree with the president one 100%. it's not just the military that they are disrespecting but all of us americans. griff: how you feel about the present players taking the knee. >> i don't like it. >> fire them. you're gone. respect our nation. >> only in america can you make that kind of money and respect respected. >> i don't think the president
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should have said something like that. maybe he should be more presidential. >> i never liked collin kapnick from the day he entered the nfl and started kissing his biceps. >> no, i do not like collin kapnick. i love america. >> it's incredibly disrespectful that they take any during the national anthem. griff: pete, i met some minnesotans and how do you feel? >> disrespectful but i don't think they should be fired. they should be reprimanded by their coach. go vikings ass. griff: sh.[inaudible conversati] pete: the president says the president inaudible.
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abby: heat, is that your son joyce? pete: credit to the producer who does this. abby: david is our next guest. president of citizens united fox news contributor. griff: he's rocking. abby: good morning. >> you have the best music. abby: we try to match it with the theme of the morning or the news that is going on. your thoughts on waking up this morning. the president has been traveling down on how he feels about athletes feeling during the nfl games. what are your thoughts to what he is saying and how athletes, celebrities and many of the left-wing activism now responded? >> i am with the president on this. this is exactly where the president should be. it is where the vast majority of the american people are. look at this, hillary clinton
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called most people who are ticketholders who are the people who attended these games deplorable. that is who buys these tickets, the black skin of the portals. president trump understands that the stadium is filled with proud americans. by the way, these people they say they wear a uniform these football players, they don't wear a uniform but they wear a costume. let's call it what it is. men and women in the military where a uniform to protect these people wearing a costume in their free speech rights. i agree with their ability to have free speech and i agree with their ability to tell america what they believe that they shouldn't be able to do it with a captive audience of 80000 people in the stadium when they are an employee of the nfl. griff: the patriots owner saying he is deeply disappointed by the tone of the comments made by the president on friday.
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the president just came off a very significant human speech where he was blunt with north korea. did the president go too far this time? was his tone too much? as you said, saying what everyone feels but did he go too far? >> this is why the president one. the american people are tired of the political correctness. that goes on in washington and it is why they are upset with what is going on in washington for years. it's the reason he got elected. this is this guy speaking truth to power. that is what he has been doing and what he continues to do and that's what he will do for the next several years as president of the united states. pete: the interesting part about bob kraft is as the proud supporter of president trump and will read the full statement that he put out. twelve other teams to put out statements pushing back against the president this appears to be the 13th or something like that. minutes ago they put this out.
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we heard the same thing from roger caddell. he said where is the respect for the nfl? most americans say where is the respect for our flag? >> the president is an enormous sports fan and everyone knows that. he loves golf and love football. he loves the period of the game but he also appreciates what these people do in their communities and he wasn't talking about that but he's talking about these left-wing agitators who for eight years when president obama was president of the united states did nothing to help their cause and that is maybe the frustration that these players
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are feeling. that obama failed them and that president trump inherited what is going on today. he didn't create this. he is speaking truth about it and that is what they don't like. they don't like being called out. colin kaepernick is quite arguably not talented enough to play in the nfl but yet he is wearing this costume around, kissing his biceps, making himself into superman when he, in fact, can't complete a pass and that is why he is not playing in the nfl. look, there are other players will take any and do all these things to get attention for themselves and for what they believe in and their cause. i just say as a 20 plus year season-ticket holder in the nfl, i don't like it and i can tell i'd like to burn my tickets when i see it. abby: will happen today? people will be watching these games and will be many more than decide to deal with what does
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the nfl do because they have struggled with ratings going down as the president has tweeted and they are not watching because of that kneeling. what will anna failed do? >> these nfl players have the right to speak and so do nfl patrons, the ticketholders, the season-ticket holders like myself and the people who go to the games and they can speak with their wallets and the nfl will understand one thing. that's what the president was saying. let's speak with our wallets. they want to kneel, we can tell them that we don't appreciate the disrespect to those who have died in service to this great nation by their kneeling and disrespecting our flag and our national anthem. pete: that will be the interesting part. economic consequences for the most. abby: david, good to see you. still ahead, newt gingrich. we have a panel of nfl players all live on the show. pete: nfl owner should fire players protesting that and him and after the president says.
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is that a legal move question that we will ask someone who knows something about the law. greg jarrett is next. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we could see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher, brighter denture every day.
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abby: back with a quick headline. the other on the united states has another eye in the sky. a top-secret satellite launching into space in california for a classified mission. very cool. voting is underway in germany as chancellor angela merkel is looking to work in historic fourth term. despite the refugee crisis in the uk's brexit decision. suggest that she is headed for a clear victory. also former president refugee swap deal now coming back to
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haunt the us. twenty-five asylum-seekers locked up in australia detention camps are on their way to america. the obama in ministration making an agreement with australia to take in 1000 refugees. present from calling the deal quote dumb but bowing to still honor it. greg, pete. pete: you know he didn't want to do that but ultimately he had to. president calling nfl owners to fire players who protest the anthem. is it legal? griff: fox news anchor and a tourney, greg jarrett. >> the president is one 100% correct. nfl owners can fire an nfl player for his or her, his conduct and expression. there is a huge misimpression that the first amendment protects me from saying and doing anything i want to do. that is not true. take a look at the first amendment. it prohibits the government interfering in your right to free speech and expression.
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here the nfl and the teams are private businesses. in fact, if you look at these standard nfl contract which every player has to sign, it specifically has a clause that says if you engage in expression and conduct that is detrimental to the team in the nfl you can be immediately terminated. pete: each team could interpret it differently, right prospectus like different copies interpret different causes. one team could fire a player for something that another team would allow. >> right. the same goes for us here at fox news and espn. the recent controversy there. we can be fire for things that are embarrassing and detrimental to the company. that is the way private businesses operate. the first amendment doesn't extend to companies and private businesses. griff: here is the problem. this is about race. if you fire these players they could make the case that they
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were racially discriminated against and my question to you is what they have a case? >> i would disagree that it is about race. it is about conduct and expression. look, in america anyone can file a lawsuit however, without merit it may be. yes, the parents untrained players unions if they were fired word fire a determination race termination lawsuit based on the civil rights act of 1964. yes, businesses cannot racially discriminate in the workplace but that is a lawsuit without merit because the nfl would argue weights, were firing the person not because of the color of their skin but because of what they are doing. griff: exactly. conduct matters not just how you play on the field but off the field, too. colin kaepernick had a difficult time getting rehired because
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because he can't complete a pass but because he drives commands out of the seats or takes eyeballs away. that hurt that team. >> which goes to the point of the contract. given the calls for boycotts of television viewers of nfl games boycotting the games themselves, nfl team owners who are entitled to make a profit may start to lose money. that would be detrimental. it is also detrimental to their image, as well. pete: are beheaded, let's get a protection, will this play out in the court? >> no one has been fired yet. colin kaepernick, david made a great point, he's not a very good player anymore. he used to be used to be and that's why they nfl owners are saying we don't want him on our team because he's just not a good quarterback anymore. i would expect somewhere down the road a lawsuit to be filed
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based on race but again, it has nothing to do with race. it has to do with conduct in expression. griff: lawsuits always expected in litigation. greg jarrett, thanks. pete: we have our counselor here keeping a straight. former speaker of the house newt gingrich joins us live at top of the hour. lauren greene is helping you take your on the go. she's talking to abby but i'm sure it is insightful and shall be inside the studio to tell us all about it. next. you always pay your insurance on time. tap one little bumper and up go your rates. what good is having insurance if you get punished for using it? for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. liberty mutual insurance.
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abby: we have a new podcast out based on her book, lighthouse faith. here is a preview. >> the idea is that whatever you commit to, commit to but don't live in a fog of not wanting to know. if you don't commit your heart to believing in something you will believe in anything. abby: we all need to hear that right now. lauren joins us to tell us about the lighthouse faith podcast. i love that you say there's a spirituality and every single story we talk about today. >> i didn't know that until i wrote the book that there is a spiritual side to every new story. we talk about the nfl and it's about fundamental trust. under whose authority are you basing your life. what do you believe is not a concept, or does he create and affirm your life choices or does
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it have a reality to which you mold your life. it's based on the life that we will move forward in prison love and the reason why one of the unique features will be that the person being interviewed or persons in the discussion will be in the studio with me and that's one of the rules because we were talking about truth and love. truth is primarily verbal, right? you can talk across continents were true love is primarily nonverbal. you really have to be in the same room with someone to recognize their humanity. abby: you feel that connection to have a better understanding of where they are coming from. you talk about politics today and negotiating and going on the white house and capitol hill and how important it is for those leaders to get in that same room and face each other face-to-face. here's where you're coming from and here's where i am coming from and can we find common ground. >> we only hear about the
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conflicts in washington but senators and representatives on both sides of the aisle meet for bible studies once a week and they do play together. we don't hear about it often but they do. they get a lot of work done in those prayer meetings for their meeting each other face-to-face. one of those important things about faith and understanding god as a reality is that we are made for relationships. we are not made to win an argument. one of the illusions that doctor john rankin tommy was that don't make winning the argument so important that you lose the relationship. make the relationship most important and then try to find a way to communicate your truth in a loving manner and bring them along. don't work to insult or create conflict through communicating your truth. abby: this cannot come at a more important time. when you think about where we are in this country and how it is so divided and how easy it is to get on twitter or social media and to shout back and forth at each other. >> absolutely. it's not just people but families. families are being split apart because they can't talk in love. they can't talk and communicate with loved ones. a lot of people are split down the middle in terms of families
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>> north korea ratcheted up the rhetoric against the president today. >> none other than trump himself is on a suicide mission. he might present from fire back at the outpost lots of little rocket man they won't be around much longer. >> our adversaries in the way that the previous administration ever done. >> this one is one way to bring a health care vote a health care book to the floor and get a pass. the reason is not that it's because it's not finished. >> professional athletes blasting the president as he calls him out for protesting the national anthem. >> kind of in me does. a leader of the country to go
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that route. it's not what leaders do. >> we can tell them we don't appreciate the service to this great nation by disrespect and our flag and our national anthem. >> it doesn't matter what color you are when you're killed in afghanistan. >> team u.s.a. prepares for the third annual game. >> you have given so much for your country, including our heroes. >> i thought coldplay had been banned. i guess not. >> the concert was canceled in st. louis. they were supposed to play and ended up being a no go. griff: you know, here we go. quite an adventure. today, the eight-hour.
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today's avenue on the couch pretty enjoyed having you here. stretch out, maybe watch a game or two and see if they even show the countless players that will take in me today in the nfl. abby: if you're an inquiry to see my players behind him and the start of friday night when president trump was in alabama campaigning for senator luther strange in a heated election against raymore. as he often does come he takes you places you never know it's going to go and he went there to commemorate to the nfl and the players that have been kneeling many in doubling down. he treated this morning that if nfl fans refuse to go to games until this dr. seuss identified in country, you will see it take place. ratings are way down, but many stayed because they love our country. pete: here to get, this morning, newt gingrich, former speaker of
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the house in 2012 gop presidential candidate aeschylus fox news contributor and author of the book, understanding trump. not predicting trump. no one could have predicted that he would start this confrontation when he spoke those words on friday. tripling down this morning, when the take of the president going after the nfl and folks who will stand? >> i think i understand his frustration. playing the national anthem goes back 155 years. 1862 during the civil war, inaugurated a new baseball in brooklyn, and they played the national anthem. all sorts of sporting events. he was unifying theme that brought us together as americans. whatever disagreements as republicans or democrats, we'll come together to love america, reese decked america. for most of us, watching young guys who are multimillionaires
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explain the country hasn't been good to them, watching them refuse to honor the symbol of those who have died so they could be free is very frustrating. watching the nfl leadership which can worry about things like how many people are dead trading after a touchdown but they can't worry about whether you should respect the united states of america. i understand why the president did this. you can argue his particular type excrement that millions of americans look at these very arrogant young millionaires. who think they should now basically inflict their politics in what has been historically nonpolitical month. i don't tune into a football game of baseball to worry about politics. i tune in to watch sports and be entertained and i frankly find it very offensive. the next stage on the left in the next act of cowardice by big business will be to quit playing the national anthem to avoid the
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confrontation. i'm doing a course called defending america and the whole point is the last day by day is undermining and destroying what you and i have thought of as america and this is an example. trading for you have a gift for seeing things through. are we witnessing now but a seemingly offhand comment from the president in alabama, which has open a national debate between picture you take them, what we stand for activism and those that feel oppressive in this country for various reason. are we witnessing a moment that will have great impact going forward? >> this is the beginning of a very big debate we desperately need. we watched the left encroach again and again on college campuses, at the enemy from a late-night television with so-called comedians. over and over again they have exhibited their dislike of
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america, hostility towards america appeared out of go back to these young men who are multimillionaires. they are not exactly impressed. if they want to take all their income and give it to a left-wing nutcase group that is their right. go ahead and be an active citizen. if they want to go in the off-season and martial people who are crazy, that's fine, but when i'm watching a football game, don't impose on me your sense that somehow even though you're a multimillionaire and have opportunity is almost nobody on the planet has you feel oppressed. we're multimillionaire who feels oppressed come you need a therapist, not a publicity stunt. abby: you are speaking for a lot of americans when you speak about your frustration. the president touches things that are very sensitive that leaders don't often want to touch that are controversial. as he said, it's a conversation that needs to be had. the nfl, many get behind
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players. bob kraft is the latest one, the patriots owner, someone who early on as a supporter president trump. i'm deeply disappointed by the tone of the comments made on friday. i'm proud to be associated with so many players who make such tremendous contributions positively impacting our communities. no greater unifier in this country in sports and unfortunately nothing more divisive than politics. i support the right to raise awareness in a manner that they feel is most impassable. your thoughts on that. >> he's got a good writer. he's a very smart guy did what he said at the end of this paragraph is what condemns the players doing this. this sport should be a unifying thing. why is the nfl -- the nfl doesn't mind stepping in to say you can't have more than one player celebrating a touchdown. go give you a penalty for doing
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that. how we got to do is say to the players come and be respectful of the national anthem and the flag on behalf of the many americans who died defending your right to become a millionaire. if you can't be respectful, don't come on the field until after they've had the opening ceremony. pete: not to mention the dallas cowboys who wanted to place details or stickers after five were assassinated in the nfl said you can't do that. why can't roger goodell feedback commonsense perspective that would play a game for a living. this country affords us the opportunity. this is a workplace and inside those lines and senate can respect your country can stand up and play. if you want to protest the other six days go ahead. why can't they take that approach? >> the elites will never take on the left or their social friends on the left.
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watch what i just said. if we allow this to go down the road, their answer will be let's avoid the problem by no longer play the national anthem. that's the direction they'll go one to appease the most disruptive, the most left wing. abby: what will that do to the viewership? we oppose people are not watching anymore because in many cases because of the kneeling. >> the nfl leadership has a real challenge now. if they decide they will side with those -- i want to reemphasize. we are not watching college students or people in poverty. you're watching people who'd been made millionaires by america, lines of extraordinary opportunity. you think they'd be grateful to the country which has protected them, made them walk the comment given them freedom. if they want to be totally left when you give money to left-wing candidate, that's fine with me.
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i don't think they should have a right to break up since 1862 a national tradition. 155 years have been playing the national anthem at sporting events and these guys are the first step towards driving the national anthem of modern society. pete: mr. speaker, not just the nfl, also the nba. stephon curry said i don't think i want to go to the white house. president trump saw he made the statements in figuring invited. golden state warriors put out a statement alongside the south korea sameness. we are not going to the white house. we believe there is nothing more american than the citizens having the right to express them selves on matters important to them. we decided we would use our trip to the nation's capitol in february to celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion, the values you embrace as an organization. quality, diversity and inclusion. it reads like a left-wing rap
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sheet. >> first of all, didn't they just win a championship? what is equal about winning a championship? they are not equal. they are number one, proud to be number one. pete: what about the wnba? that's not equal. >> all this left ring roderick, but what has made america extraordinary as we reward winners. all the guys complaining the nfl are winners or they wouldn't be on the field. the guys complaining in the nba are winners. when they talk about equality, and i'd like to know, somebody once said we've got to take the super bowl bombarded trophy in each week on a different team. even the worst team in the league at least get there for a week so they feel better about themselves. that is where the left carries you to what their version of equality. there shouldn't be winners and losers. the essence of sports as there are winners and losers. you've got to study hard, work hard, part is hard and we should then recognize you as winners.
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in a way that is kind of a funny press release. griff: let's talk about hypocrisy. tim tebow took a need for different reason. are we looking at hypocrisy and the way he was viewed, praising his faith in jesus christ. >> of course you are. an elite which is essentially anti-religious and will not take on the hard left. developing an entire course online cod defending america because i concluded unless we're prepared to take issues like this and tell the truth, the average american doesn't realize we've been doing this since 1862 during the civil war. there is a deep american tradition which i was very proud of and i feel very sad to watch this handful of people begin to break up and i feel sad at the cowardice of people like roger goodell who will preside over at the american rather than take on young players who as i said
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earlier are multimillionaires than among the most privileged in america. train to it used to be left right and we agreed on this comment. now they've gone so far that the conservatives are left defending the nature of america. abby: you make a great point that we have to have these conversations. they are not easy, sensitive, difficult but they have to be had in the sky to find a way to come together. really great perspective. so glad to have you on this morning. drink to moving on now to a fox news alert. prices in puerto rico. still endanger this morning. geraldo rivera was there overnight to get there for show live in san juan next. >> the president should fire players who protest the national anthem. what do these players think about that? all live straight ahead.
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griff: back with a fox newsletter. president trump stepping up efforts to help order rico days after an historic category hurricane threatening to the island. abby: geraldo rivera taken a closer look at devastation left behind. heartbreaking, but i know it's a close monday. would be seen seeing on the ground? >> you know abby, i've been coming to puerto rico my entire life. a large part of the rivera claimed the lives on the island come in many moved to florida and new york and other places in the continental u.s. substantial numbers of relatives, aunts, uncles, cousins and so forth. there's middle-class people live in the concrete houses luckier than most. they were prudent. they stop up on food and water and fuel, but after several days of emergency rations so to speak him and to speak on the day no
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one everything. we still have not heard from remote corners of the island and i have to tell you to look at the big international airport behind me, folks have to know that this is the hub of the caribbean. the airport is usually wrestling with commercial air traffic. there's absolutely none. the only aircraft on the tarmac are from the air national guard. all coordinated through georgia, the georgia air national guard, like the one i came in on last night are bringing in water and other necessary supplies. but it's absolutely crucial that the ports reopen. 3.4 million people here. can you imagine they are without electricity. they are without running water. the sanitation, sewage system has been damaged. the infrastructure of the island deeply scarred by the historic storm as they came in rate the island from east to west. it was a direct hit almost 100
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abby: 25 minutes after the hour. the war of words between the u.s. and north korea intensifying overnight. president trump firing back after forceful speech by the communist foreign minister. if the echo stops, they won't be around much longer. after the north korean foreign minister told the u.n. hitting the u.s. with one of its missiles was inevitable.
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the black riders matter protest and said 22 people arrested. demonstrators flooded the st. louis mall after a not guilty verdict in an officer involved shooting. the mall was forced to close until things eventually calm down. take it away. trade your president trump in professional football players who protest the national anthem should be fired by their ownership. athlete celebrities and activists launch a nationwide movement to neil for the anthem in defiance of the president. theater winter football -- former football star ac talisman at stars themselves. it was also the author of liberalism and how to turn good man into whiners, and wimps. i'm going to start with you. you play for the jets and raiders on the sideline during the national anthem.
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how should players be thinking about this in the national implement appropriate place to start and should owner should be cracking down on this? >> thank you very much. first of all, the never-ending history of our country is black athletes have the power with billions of dollars every single year. my suggestion is we stand up. black men in this country are thankful to god in the country allowed to do this and then teach our young men. we do that in doing what we need to do and that's what the flag stands for. putting down the country in the culture that has given us this opportunity to become millionaires. train to make coming you played for the seahawks, but had the distinction of playing in iraq and afghanistan. when it's look at athletes played millions of dollars to play a game, is this appropriate
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and when you look up the ownership review on one of those teams would you see an owner who would step up and say on my team we stand. >> now, i wouldn't like to see that. i want every american to have those right, whether i agree with it or not is a totally different vein. i've heard a lot about just a piece of cloth. i don't see the big deal. that american flag represents everyone in this country, not just the president. we wouldn't burn it if it didn't mean something to elicit such emotional reactions. we wouldn't fly at including prisons and schools and not just the white house. if they didn't mean something more, we wouldn't trade that of our fallen heroes coffins at the want the most important piece of cloth in this country. i want everyone to understand
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that common especially players. i hate seeing neil lane. at the same time, it is absolutely their right. i'll continue to favor the right and every american like every soldier does whether they agree or not. pete: is there anything the nfl should say? but they say it's open season as opposed to recognition that this is a passionate thing for so many people who love their country. >> we need to understand where they come from during sporting events, but also this is supposed to be a unifying moment not just in sports, but our country. whenever we play this song, it's supposed to be a unifying
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moment. but if people believe things are not going in the way they should be going and i like to stand up or take any enact out about it, i understand it. i don't want to see it, but i understand. trade you were drafted by the browns. a lot of the images are cleveland browns players taking any. where does the taking of any and if everyone who had agreement with this country took india, we would all be kneeling. we also know we get to play a sport and a country like this, you understand browns fans to say i do want to play this in a football game. >> well, i understand, but you've also got to understand the frustrations of the players and why they take a knee. this is not anything to do with the flat where they don't love their country. they are drawing attention to something in this country that they feel are in jest. we should all take a step back and not make it about the flat, but the military, the love of this country. pete: who was making it about the flag? if you decide to make your protest during the national
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anthem while soldiers are saluting the flag, you are making it about the flag. find another day. >> the protesters. >> to protest is a right of americans, we have the right for peaceful protest. if they were burning flags, jumping around and dancing during this time, they are taking any, peaceful protest to what they see as unjust. >> kaepernick in many ways started all of this. more stocks that were a cop says pigs. this hasn't taken any out of respect. this is depicting law enforcement officers that way and then expect you to like it. do you expect some owners to come down on this? where do you think? >> every generation has done this. more hope than we had. my grandparents generation succeeded. we have the greatest country and more people, particularly black
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americans because they have very successful men telling them they can do it, but the black americans can't do it. it's really time to stand up is meant to say listen, this country gave us everything we want. stop the whole thing if you are going to demonstrate, demonstrate someplace else. not against her fly given freedom to be the greatest country in the greatest people. pete: last question. six days a week, 21 hours out of the seventh day, nfl players are not playing a game broadcast on national television. why not pick another moment, another hour or so many athletes how to raise those issues. why do you have to do on watching? as a fan, i am ready to turn it off. that is a real problem for the nfl. >> yeah, you are the same boat as a lot of people. a lot of people don't want to see it anymore because they are ready for action.
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they're going to make such a strong stance against something or for something, there's got to be a lot of action behind it and we need to see that. so we know what is actually happening. that is where i will keep pushing guys. i still get coaches, management, players reach out about their protester what is going on and ask my advice. if you are not doing something to embrace law enforcement officers, that's a very hard job. being a cop in america is one of the hardest jobs in the world or if you're not embracing them in the one to do it right with people in the community that you want those relationships to start happening. if you're not part of that, didn't he protest. true to nfl locker rooms and interesting place to be. ac tillerson, make void, it thank you for joining us. >> thank you. pete: could be up in protest end up costing the lake at the
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ticket office? bury a part of rome on the financial impact coming out. moments ago, another republican senator dealing a blow to repealing and replacing obamacare. mike lee says he's undecided. he will join us live to get his next. you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
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they plan to vote. pete: look at the graphic at the graphic right there to gop needs all three of the seats after john mccain sided with democrats. one of them belongs to susan collins of maine who spoke of moments ago. >> it is very difficult for me to envision a scenario where i would end up voting for this bill. in a serious reservations about it. what i am doing as is my general does as i would like to see the congressional budget office analysis, which is expected to come out tomorrow morning. >> she is leaning now. also senator rand paul, sources tommy that ran powerless against them because they didn't go far enough in repealing and replacing obamacare. he simply will lay out his sort of points which obamacare spending reduction gives away
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some trillion dollars. the ones that reduced. and once the regulations in the health association crafted in the house to be debated in the senate before he is going to go forward. fortunate to have senator mike lee here to react with a an author written out of history. senator, let's say you. >> i'm committed to repealing obamacare to frame the american people from the slot that is made health care less affordable for so many millions of american families. it is something we should have gotten done in january. the fact he the fact he does not do now is a great source of frustration. i'm determined to work until the job is done. pete: what happens from here. let's say the deal is that, where does it go from here with a lot of people can republicans -- is this -- is
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distorted the end the end of their chance to get the type of deal done? >> i don't think it's the end of it. you point out we've got six days until they run the ground. i don't think we can view this. during the next 16. to get something passed. people at the white house. make sure we pass something that provides meaningful reform from regulations that make health care affordable and good health care decisions back in the hands of patients and not yours rather than having them made for them by bureaucrats in washington. pete: eurocrats talked about was senator rand paul. on the previous bill, he voted for it. a lot of experts feel like it's weaker than this one. why at this moment is he bucking the trend in saying i won't sign on to an incremental
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improvement. you are both principal guys. what is your message to him? >> he has concerns about government spending a month to make sure we don't take one form of subsidy and incorporated into another form of subsidy through bob graham. i suspect that is what he would say if he were here. he and i agree on a number of issues and it's one of the reasons i'm determined to work with him in all my other colleagues to find something that he at least 49 others among us can vote for so we can get at president trump's. abby: are you a yes or a no? >> i am still a maybe because it it is still suffer moving target. if they can demonstrate that this provides meaningful regulatory reform so states can decide on their own to undertake measures that will bring down the cost of health care, then i might well get there as a yes. i haven't ruled that out. i also have yet to see text
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changing over the last 72 hours. drain for senator, one quick following appear this is the last chance under budget reconciliation to pass this and we hear from rand paul saying this does not reduce the spending of obamacare. is it fair to say even though we are holding on help, this is probably dead on arrival. >> i'm not willing to make that concession. look, the clarity provided by a deadline is unlike anything else. i'm still confident we can get there, but we've got to continue to work hard. we've got to continue to do everything we can to do good on the republicans for the next seven years. ever public in his campaign the last seven years has been on a platform of repealing obamacare. keep going back to the message and stay focused on not come even if all that means we take the whole thing down and start over from there and what comes
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next. >> i was supposed to happen in january as he said. >> better now than never. abby: senator leahy, gray tabby with the program. pete: the first nfl game of the day in london, several players on the jaguars in london meal throughout the national anthem. you can see visuals of dozens of players in this game as it's happening. we'll bring that to you next. >> we knew that was coming. could the nfl ticket sales end up taking a big hit on the national anthem protest? maria bartiromo on the impact coming next. nobody better to talk to. ♪ a migraine, that's one less ambulance to serve a community.
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♪ that is video moments ago of the baltimore ravens and i think it's the carolina -- i don't even know who the other one is. jacksonville jaguars dealing for the first game of week three, which is in london. the game happening earlier than this. dozens of players kneeling and coaches another stocking arms as the american national anthem is played. abby: doubtless played and apparently they played the u.k. national anthem. you can see there they are are not kneeling. there is ending or the u.k. national anthem, big kneeling of course for the americans. trade you look at the imagery if we are kneeling for our own national at the verizon stand
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for another country's national anthem. you want to show respect to an alley like the u.k., but the disrespect your own country has a lot of people frustrated. transfer at the end of the day it's going to affect ticket sales. no one better to talk to than maria bartiromo. >> thank you so much better so you make some facial expressions. >> i think it's disgusting, abby. i don't know what they are so upset about right now. i looked at these contract and they are making hundreds of millions of dollars. they than 150, $160 million contract over the coming years. they will raise almost $5 billion from cbs, fox, all of the networks. advertisers pay up for this kind of an audience. guess what. now because of these antics and
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shenanigans, advertisers are not going to pay it because the audience numbers are dropping. we have the lowest ratings in football in seven years. people literally stop watching the game because of this. the average nfl team is worth two points $34 billion. the average nfl player earns two by $1 million. is the u.k. going to pay them not or is that just an american thing. dream to a few people and kneeling before are they protesting in light of the comments, that they are saying we are protesting the price. >> they are protesting the president. i don't know that they have a specific thing in mind that occurred thing i've got to protest it. we are resisting president trump and we want to be on the other side of this. this is going to hurt them in their wallet because people are
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stopping watching. when you listen to the national anthem, you are basically showing respect to the hard-working men and women who went to fight for this war -- wars, plural, like pete hegseth by the way. you are insulting all of our veterans and people who put their lives on line and their families lives on the line. that's why people are so angry. we've heard over the past 24 hours, and roger goodell come out supporting the kneeling of layers. the one thing that could change their mind is the money, the advertising committee eyeballs on the game. >> that is what we see dropping. the number is lower and lower. the football season is the lowest in seven years. as soon as people see the players kneeling they say i'm done. you watch it because you want to see some football. with everything going around, going on around with this what
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this topic is, streaming and amazon for live sports, further taking profits from the major traditional network. football is changing in a big way and they are accelerating now. abby: we'll be talking about this on your show. >> will talk about that with mike huckabee. also talking about the obama administration and the unmasking and also wiretapping going on before and after the election. we'll talk with michael knew casey, the former agent. >> area, thank you. we'll see if that spans. have a great day, guys. abby: one of the great of all kinds. opens up to harvey levin to join us live next.
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pete: tmc harvey levin is added again with with a brand-new celebrities hearing right here in the fox news channel. abby: tonight it gets up close and personal with legend hulk hogan. >> what went through your mind when you first heard there is a sex tape out? you used the, because that was a nuclear bomb, right? >> yeah, it was good when i knew that was coming out, although lawyers if you want to stop you can stop. you don't have to go forward. this will never see the light of day. >> if this tape wasn't leaked and supposed he could be using
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that word today when you got angry? pete: tough questions. powerful stuff. joining us now, teams the founder and harvey levin. we would picture taken the nfl's dust, but first we have to talk about the show. sundays at 8:00 p.m. on the fox news channel. you get to go deep into some tough topics as of interesting people. >> i mean look, the idea of the show is to not sit there and ask questions about their life and resume, but find out checks over the year, each representing a period of their life and that gets them into the story. it is a device that makes it more intimate than they are more open to talking about things. he was incredibly open. this is the guy who made modern wrestling. whole is the guy. he soared to these incredible hype and he literally had a gun
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in his mouth and if you work for a phone call he got from somebody, he would probably be dead today. he talks about that with us and who called him. he is experienced everything. the gawker trial he hasn't discussed at length and why he decided to go through it. he made a lot of money out of the trial in god vanished from wrestling for life and is wounded him deeply. >> we've been talking about all day this nfl and wrestling is a family sport. hulk hogan, what do you suspect he might feel about what we are watching unfold here, even today a lot of players taken in me already. >> look. i don't know how he would feel about it. i think donald trump has
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solidified a group of people that may not have all gotten together because honestly, my opinion is that was so out of line for him to say what he said. you know, it reminds me of richard nixon at its worse. that's my opinion. i think that now it has become almost a sign of patriotism for people to kneel because a lot of people in this country feel very deeply about this. i think donald trump has done a lot of favors to people who might not have got involved in this. >> certainly spark a conversation on this new show going places that are oftentimes uncomfortable and 92 for people to talk about. a great show, highly recommended. pete: thanks, harvey levin. more "fox and friends" after this.
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♪ "fox & friends" -- on football what do you say. >> fact we -- representing the american flag respect it, great -- >> everyone ♪ good sunday morning high thanks for joining us. i'm maria bartiromo, it is "sunday morning futures" president trump war of words with nfl heats up, the players previous to gop lawmakers this week make about what could be their final push to overhaul health care this tuesday all eyes on alabama haetsdz senate runoff test of the president clout i am maria bartiromo welcome to "sunday morning futures", where we are taking on the subjects of the day president trump taking on nfl players over national anthem protest, some players and team owners firing back, i will talk with former arkansas governor

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