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[national anthem] ♪ >> investigators still have no answers about why las vegas shooter stephen paddock did what he did. >> what we continue to investigate is whether anyone else may have known about this incident before he carried it out. >> nate strengthening as it threatens to slam into new orleans this he could would. the storm has already killed more than 20 people? central america. >> 20 people have been arrested in connection with targeted new york city concerts, subways and land marks. >> isis is making a concerted and constant effort to establish both a network as well as folks who will be able to execute attacks here. >> with dozens of military officials flanking him president trump says this is the calm before the storm.
>> reporters tried to get clarification from him but to no avail. >>what did you mean by calm before the storm. >> you will find out. >> joining scalise to catch his pitch is special agent david bailey ♪ ♪ ♪ it don't matter where we go ♪ we always find a way back home ♪ na na na na na na na na na ♪ it don't matter where we go ♪ we always find a way back home. abby: i love this song. we are never prepared for it come on in to our living room and guess who is with us this morning? >> the man himself dean king. >> i love the curvey couch. i love the new studio. abby: first time hosting though. >> first time hosting. all the pressure is on you. i can't do anything to mess this up. up. pete: i know you have never been before cameras before.
abby: we are thrilled to have you here. dean dean i am honored to be here. this is great. pete: it's going to be fun. abby: i asked him if he has ever done a four hour show. >> how do these guys do it for four hours? abby: drink coffee. >> you can't drink much coffee. abby: i still have battle bit. you got to to survive. pete: new dramatic video showing those chilling moments as shots rang out during the vegas massacre that killed 58 innocent people. abby: this coming hours after investigators announced they have hit a dead end for a hunt for the shooter's motive and needs the public's help. pete: will carr with the latest. >> the windows have finally been boarded up but there is still a lot of evidence as to what has happened out here. can you see police tape and fence that was pushed in as so many people were running for their lives.
>> shots. run. those are shots. run. don't walk. run, go. go, go. everybody go. >> that video showing the chaotic moments playing out while this attack was occurring and can you understand why. there is still 26 people in critical condition. almost 60 still in hospitals as the fbi continues to try to figure out what was the motive behind this attack. we know that they are continuing to talk to stephen paddock's girlfriend marilou danley. they are trying to talk to her about getting insight into his mental state as well as his financial status. he had $5 million in earnings from gambling back in 2015. we also know that he paid for at least one house and a car very recently in cash. and to remember the victims this wee and a memorial has been set up in front of the iconic las vegas sign. 58 wooden crosses.
one for each victim. when you walk through it, it is quite emotional. >> it's humbling and heart breaking. it's so beautiful. but so devastating. it's every emotion at once. the kindness of this community is just amazing. >> and later this morning there is a unity prayer walk that is set and vice president mike pence is coming in to town for that as he plans to pay his respects to the 58 victims. guys, back to you. abby: will carr, thank you. pete: hard part about it doesn't make a difference either way you want to know why. when you can't find a scrap of evidence right now that's puzzling. dean: you can't find anything. it's a complete enigma. nobody has a clue. interesting to see how it plays outs. abby: investigators say we may never know or figure out what that motive is i was
listening to dan bongino last night he said the only lead they may have is this girlfriend, the one who has been with him all this time. if anyone is going to know anything is the person who lived with him. they have already questioned her over 6 to 8 hours. the fact we are a week out of this thing and nothing. dean: maybe they know more and they haven't shared it yet. abby: could be the case. pete: you used the word aanythingma. enigma president held event right there in the white house. at that event look at this group here. what a great group. this may be the calm before the storm. everyone wants to know what's the calm before the storm. yesterday in the oval office he was asked again from reporters. listen to what the president said thursday and friday. >> do you guys know what this represents? the calm before the storm. >> what's the storm? >> could be calm before the
storm. we have the world's grade military people. i will tell you that we had a great evening. thank you all for coming. >> what storm, mr. president? >> what did you mean by calm before the storm? what did you mean by that. >> thank you very much. >> you'll find out. abby: oh he knows exactly what he means. you leave a few little bread crumbs in the middle of pigeons. they will swarm right to that center. thursday night the media was in their media room. they were thinking this was going to be a regular night where we are doing our work. all of a sudden he said you know what? no. i want them to come to this dinner where i was with the generals. that's where he was taking this photo and said calm before the storm. he thought about this before and knew what he was doing. presidents in the past have known how to play the media. pete: has anyone ever done it like him? i think he is trolling the media dean: he is totally
trolling the media. the smile and the wink. pete: do you know who else he might be winking at? i don't know winking at pyongyang and tehran. but the media breathlessly freaking out. take a listen. >> why did he say that? it comes as officials tell cnn president trump is prepared to dessert phi the iran nuclear deal. >> it's incredibly reckless. i know the bar is so low it's buried under ground. it's incredibly reckless rhetoric to be talking about the calm before the storm. >> he literally had a smile. if you are talking about a storm of raining fire and brimstone. he literally winked. stop analyzing what is he saying turrets of silliness. >> when people catch their breath in this town. when they hold their breath in this town when he says something like that, you have a smile on your face is, that somewhat satisfying. >> i picture people in this
town holding their breath. that might be a welcome surprise for most of america. be aable so real and raw. pete: speaking of that town "the washington post" the so-called record from washington, d.c. had this headline as well. what storm, mr. president trump puts world on edge with cryptic cliff hanger. do you know the world is really on edge? this guy is going to do something horrible and horrific? dean: i have never seen anybody react. it's a game that he plays well. he made headlines for days now. abby: i think the unpredictability of the president whether it's related to the media or as you said to the world, we don't know who he is talking about. we don't know if he is referring to isis, to north korea, to iran. it could be any of them, it could be all of them. dean: and they don't know either. abby: that is what i heard from both republicans and democrats. that could actually be a really smart strategy. when you are dealing with people like kim jong un. you are dealing with leaders
in iran. you want them on their toes. you want them to be nervous about what that next move might be. you want them to take the president seriously. you want them to know there is someone new. pete: absolutely. the media still hasn't figured out when they are supposed to take him literally they take him figuratively. when they're supposed to take him figuratively, they hold him literally to it look at the statements previous presidents that have allowed iran to get nuclear weapons. the forgottible men and women who voted for president trump. want that town to freak out. i want those reporters going what do you mean? what do you mean? it's beautiful watch. adults are in the white house. he has great advisors. he is doing serious things. and just like i said bread crumbs. they don't know what to do with it. >> having a little fun. abby: bo bergdahl. is he back in the news again. he is expected to plead guilty to deserting his post and just a remind, this is from june 1st, 2014.
an interview that susan rice had with abc's this week. let's play that. >> there is a lot of questions how he was originally captured and blornghtd he had desserted or left his post. was he disciplined or has he already paid the price. >> certainly anybody who has been held in those conditions in captivity for five years has paid an extraordinary price. but that is really not the point. the point is that he is back. he is going to be safely reunited with his family. he served the united states with honor and distinction. pete: honor and distinction. of course one the many sunday morning times when susan rice took to tv like benghazi and explained away the explainable. you remember the rose garden ceremony the president held for the parents when bowe bergdahl was released. the shear lack of awareness about what they had actually done, what this guy had actually done. he walked off his post. he desserted his guys and now he has pled guilty. dean: you know this sort of stuff.
i think the white house was aware of what was going on. they had to have known what had happened. they talked to the other members of his platoon. they weren't saying he was, you know, serving with harsh and distinction. they said something completely different. pete: they were willing to trade five of the worst terrorists in the world for this guy. now pleads guilty for treason. what they got him on was desertion. see what kind of time he gets. likely a plea deal. that remains to be seen. abby: we will follow that one closely. we have other headlines we want to bring you. starting with extreme weather yet again. tropical storm nate turns into hurricane overnight. category 1 storm already deadly killing at least 24 people now across central america. right now louisiana and florida issuing mandatory evacuations as the storm brings winds you of up to 80 miles per hour. hurricane nate could make landfall here in the united states as early as tonight. and the trump administration already facing legal backlash for rolling back obamacare's birth control mandates. the aclu and massachusetts
attorney general each filing suits claiming discrimination against victim's reproductive rights. the move by the house allows employers to deny birth control coverage to employ years on religious or moral grounds. emotional moment for house majority whip steve scalise who fired up the crowd by throwing the ceremonial first pitch against the chicago cubs. watch this. >> ladies and gentlemen, special agent david bailey of the u.s. capitol police and u.s. representative steve scalise. abby: that is a great shot right there. driving a strike to david bailey who was part of scalise's security detail when he was not at congressional baseball practice back in june. two other victims of the shooting later joining scalise near that mound it all comes full circle when you think about where he was when the shooting happened on the baseball field and here is he back in action with a big smile on his face. pete: throws it right down
the middle of the field. like president bush. dean. he was closer. but he has every reason to be closer. pete: las vegas was not the only target. chicago also on the gunman's list. windy city hosting a big marathon this weekend. the former chief of police says america needs to be on alert and he is next. abby: after the massacre in las vegas and heroic actions by law enforcement as shots rang, will football players stand and be united for our country? we're going to discuss that later in the show ♪ ♪ slow ride ♪ take it easy ♪ ♪ slow ride ♪ take it easy. no, i took some pics with the app and... filed a claim, but... you know how they send you money to cover repairs and... they took forever to pay you, right? no, i got paid right away, but... at the very end of it all, my agent... wouldn't even call you back, right?
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tracer ammunition just weeks before the attack from a man in arizona. here to react is former chicago police superintendent gary mccarthy. gary, thank you. the use of tracer rounds. they help you identify where you are shooting at night but they can also give away your position. so, we know that he bought them department use them and why we have bought them? >> i don't think he used them because they were having a lot of trouble figuring out where he was firing from. the biggest issue for me is those are military grade vision that really shouldn't exist in a civilized society. you know, the gun debate has to come center. it can't be everybody gets more guns or we -- nobody has any guns. you know why aren't we -- if the second amendment gives us a right to bear arms. why aren't we selling hand grenades at wal-mart? because those are arms or rocket launchers and we have got to draw the line somewhere we have gone way too far. pete: to be clear tracer
round as munition doesn't have any different impact. it's just that you can see it when you fire t exactly right. it tells you which way you are shooting. it's like you put one every five rounds or something like that. pete: absolutely. you are from chicago. you have a big marathon coming up there. and chicago happened to be on the list of major u.s. cities scouted why the gunman and with the marathon happening this weekend what more is being done at events like this. soft target events to protect them? >> after the boston bombing when i was still the superintendent. we really ramped up what we were doing as far as coverage for the marathon. unfortunately, the freedoms that make this country great also make us vulnerable. and it's literally impossible to cover every single building in downtown chicago or over at 26-mile route. there will be helicopters up. and i'm sure that there is extra precautions that have been taken. we ramped up the number of bomb sniffing dogs. we put a lot more police
into the crowd both undercover and uniformed officers. but, again, you can't cover everything. if you are in an arena or stadium. it's a lot easier to cover a target that's not moving or spread out like that. there will be significant presence by the chicago police department. but the greatest protection we have, unfortunately didn't work in las vegas. which is our intelligence that we share with our partners like the fbi working on terrorism and trying to prevent these things from happening. by the way i'm not ready to dismiss terrorism in las vegas. this guy doesn't fit the profile of what would normally have been somebody who became radicalized but by the same token, he obviously carried out a well-planned, well-executed, technical attack. the cameras, the bombs, the bump stocks, all of those things take some expertise. it's difficult for me to believe that he acted by himself. pete: you wouldn't rule out terrorism. you think that's been written off a little bit too quickly in what happened in
las vegas? >> i don't think it's been written off. and, again, you guys just mentioned the fact that we're probably not hearing everything out of joe lombardo or the fbi as far as what they know. but, the fact is, that's still got to be in play. look radical dick callized disenfranchised, absolutely. obviously, this guy had some problems and he became vulnerable as a result. don't write off the philippines. there is a very big terrorism component in the philippines. who knows what the relationship was. pete: gary mccarthy, thank you very much. good luck with the marathon this weekend. we appreciate it? >> thank you. pete: all right. coming up, it's one of the president's signature campaign promises. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border. build that wall. build that wall. pete: my favorite is the wall just got 10 feet higher. this morning we just got a first look at what his big beautiful wall could look
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a knee and some will take two knees. in prayer for those impacted by vegas. also they will unite as they have done every year since i have been watching football. they unite -- >> can i say one thing here, please? dean: burgess, go ahead. >> the biggest poll you will find is that one of the free market. the poll that we're seeing now is the american people don't want to hear how bad their country is we have a country that's giving every american black and white the greatest opportunities in the history of mankind. including the millionaires. we are having a fight but it's a fight within the black community against marks i and socialism. that's our fight. young men who have not understood the gratitude that they should have been taught. we need to get back in there -- >> -- and i think that's very disrespectful to those young men who have worked hard to get where they are and, perhaps they are just like me and you, they have feelings about this country. and they are no different.
>> freedoms they have. unfortunately, the freedoms they have is not what most americans have. americans stand. >> i think most americans. dean: one thing, gentlemen, gentlemen. one thing here, there were number of people taking a knee and then the president made some comments and suddenly there were 10 times the number of players taking a to me. were they doing to protest the situation or protesting the president himself? >> i think that the good thing about the president did very simple, one second, i think what the president did first of all was brought us to a point where we have this conversation. this is something that has been going on for decades in our community. the hopelessness, the beliefs that this country is not for them has been happening for a long, long time. i think we have this conversation so that in this off season they can put their money where their mouth is, get in that community and start working with kids and giving them hope. last thing to do is not to stand for a flag that gives us the opportunity to become the greatest. no country has done it like our country here. >> here is what i believe.
dean: go ahead. >> they can take a knee and take a stand. the ones i know blessed to work with they volunteer for their communities. they do everything they can. >> not enough. >> make sure their children have a better quality of life. >> not enough. dean: thank you. i appreciate your opinions. it's a tough one. it's a tough one. and america does come together in times of crisis. so it will be interesting to see what happens. coming up, brand new details on isis inspired terror plot to attack landmarks here in new york city. and in the wake of the las vegas massacre, swat teams across the country are going through intense training, learning to take down terrorists in their tracks. >> if you are the first person on the scene, you have to make that personal choice to make entry into that structure and try to seek out where the shooting is coming from. we cannot wait anymore. dean: pete witnessed the intense training firsthand and takes us behind the scenes next. ♪ ♪
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inspired plan. abby: hey, kristin. >> good morning abby, pete, and dean. thankfully federal authorities were able to stop this isis inspired attack before it ever happened. these terrorists were going against some of the iconic land marks, concert venues and transportation. one target times square. one of the plotters actually emailed undercover fbi agent posing as an isis sympathizer and told him, quote, we seriously need a car bomb at times square. look at these crowds of people. he also wanted to created the next 9/11. another target the new york city subway system and they apparently had obtained maps of the system to help them plan their attacks. three men have now been arrested and charged. one of the u.s. citizens based in pakistan. another is from the philippines. and the third is a canadian citizen. now, he is the one who authorities say actually purchased all these bomb-making materials. and at one point he also outlined a plan to target
music festivals and concerts. he told the undercover fbi agent that he wanted to, quote, shoot up concerts because they kill a lot of people. now, keep in mind, this all happened last year, it has nothing to do with what just happened in las vegas. still the timing of this revelation pretty remarkable, abby, pete, and dean. be aable so frightening. thank you, kristin. pete: we almost never hear about the dozens of plots foiled. dean: again thing they are foiled, too. you sort of forget you get lulled into complacency and something like that comes up. abby: gives you a 70s the mind someone who wants to kill as many people as possible. let's go to concerts and go to places out in the open where all of us like to go and enjoy our time off. it's really, really sad. pete: we are still at war the enemy is probing. dean: must stay vigilant. speaking of vegas. all week long we have seen incredible examples of bravery run into the gunfire
while everyone runs away. how does a team like that train for these kind of threats? abby: pete spent the day with suffolk county emergency services and found out. pete: suffolk county on long island. able to hop out there and see some of the training that they do. these are the guys that the police call when they need back up. the suffolk county pd swat team also known as emergency services. they train year around for active shooter situations like the one in las vegas. we got a look inside. [explosion] >> hands up. pete: give us a sense into the tactics that you use how you train for active shooter scenario. >> we need to get in as quickly as possible and effectively terminate the threat or stop the shooting. so, the way we train the officers now on patrol is if you are the first person on the scene, you have to make that personal choice to make entry into that structure. >> hands up. hands up. on the floor. on the floor. on the floor. pete: we are all watching from afar what happened in
las vegas. >> go that way. go that way, go that way. pete: just from what you've seen, your reaction to, you know, those men that were clearing those floors and what they were face. >> from a law enforcement standpoint from a shooter type from 1200 yards away is quite difficult. it's going to have to effectively rely on some 911 calls to try to localize where those shots are coming from. if you were standing in the crowd it would be quite difficult. the response to the hotel and the actual room where the shooting came from from what i understand was handled beautifully. >> breach, breach, breach. >> every second is a casualty. that's why it's imperative the officers at the scene have to get there as quickly as possible and neutralize the threat. >> they are shooting right at us, guys. everybody stay down. pete: what kind of gear am i going to be wearing today? >> we are going to put on you a ballistic vest. this is what we operate and train. in we always train the way we want to operate so guys
know. train as you fight, exactly. weight does make a difference especially when you are working in it all day. you want to get accustomed to wearing the gear. pete: are they resistant. >> they are rated for rifle round. i would not want to take a rifle in the chest wearing anything a plate or not. pete: it's been a while. >> slip it up over your head. pete: got to get it nice and snug. that's the key. >> ballistic helmet. >> feels like home right here. pete: we are about to roll up. tell me what's going through your head. >> main thing watch each other's back. we all want to go home at the end of the day. pete: the psychology when you are at that door and prepared to go into active shooter environment. what's going through your head? >> you have to be able to flip a switch. it's definitely an aggressive act. we control the structure by violence, speed and surprise. that's how the tactics are
most effective. you know, it's one thing to deal with those pressures on deployment it's a whole other thing when that's your job on a daily basis. you don't realize how often that swat team gets called out. they don't know what's on the other side of that door. dean: speed, violence action. pete: amazing guys. dean: feel nice put gear back on. pete: when i said home? abby: you wore that same type of vest when you were overseas? pete: i couldn't tell you. i should know. probably 30 or 40 pounds. it's better. the one i wore in iraq almost a decade earlier was heavier. equipment has gotten better. amazing folks out there. those are the ones charging into that hotel room in vegas. dean: unbelievably brave. pete: turning now to extreme weather. the gulf coast bracing for another hurricane. >> states from louisiana to florida already issuing mandatory evacuations in
preparation. abby: meteorologist rick reichmuth is here tracking the storm. rick, another one? rick: yeah, we are still in hurricane season. really active season. we'll kind of expected to see a little bit more. by the way the season doesn't end until the end of november. not saying this will be the last one either. in satellite representation looking fairly organized. that's a bad thing. one thing we have going for us here is that it is moving very, very fast, it doesn't have a lot of time over water to continue that strengthening. that said, it does have some time. so we'll likely see it strengthen a little bit. exactly how strong still remains to be seen. category 1 hurricane. officially the forecast keeps it as a category 1. i will tell you the rainfall rates because it's moving so fast are going to be kept down just a little bit. where it comes on shore. once we get in mountainous terrain up across the central appalachians expect to see more water run out of this system. because of that we will see some spots up here. maybe six inches of rain, seven inches. that will cause localized flooding. flooding where it comes on
shore as well as storm surge. official forecast pulling off toward the north very quickly. making landfall overnight tonight. move out across the tennessee valley, ohio valley and exit across the northeast. everybody by the time this is done getting a little bits of this. tonight the storm coming on shore. abby: sounds different from hurricane harvey where that just lingered along the coast. this one seems to be moving a lot faster. rick: way faster. going to keep the flooding way less extreme than what we saw with that storm. dean: those guys are getting pounded in the south. pete: maybe it this is a moment where we should have taken the president literally this is the calm before the storm. one of the president's signature campaign promises. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border. build that wall, build that wall. dean: this morning, we're getting our first look at what his big beautiful wall could look like. pete: and president trump is dealing with crisis after crisis the last several weeks from las vegas to hurricanes to north korea.
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pete: quick headlines for you on this saturday morning. california's new sanctuary state law is forcing immigration officials to step up their game. ice releasing a statement in part saying that the california law will undermine public safety. you think? well, the bill limits state and local law enforcement from what they can share information about illegal immigrants with federal authority. so we got a sanctuary state on your hand. and we are now getting a bird's eye view of president trump's border wall.
building 8 different proto types near san diego. each prototype will be up to 30 feet high and 30 feet long. half of them will be made of solid concrete. the building process will last about three more weeks before a winner is chosen and then likely construction begins. abby, down to you. abby: all right. thank you, pete. from the unspeakable tragedy in las vegas and disasters and escalating tension with north korea. president trump has been dealing with crisi crisis after crisis. leaders rose to the occasion turbulence times. author of the book "forged in crisis" nancy kaine joins us now she is also a harvard business school historian. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> a reminder of how important these times are especially for presidents. i want to go through these and give people a sense of how they use that opportunity. starting with president trump. take us back. >> president lincoln trying to lead the nation during
the civil war. you have to embrace and articulate a big worthy purpose and then rally the american citizens to it, right? save the union. end slavery. restore america. really important. abby: fdr. when you think about fdr, you think about using communication in a way that we had never seen before. let's play back a little bit of that. >> my firm belief that the only thing that we have to fear is fear itself. abby: you see the people rallying around that just listening to every word that came out of his mouth. >> absolutely. he understood something that is so important for presidents in crisis, which is you don't just act and respond as an actor and leader and commander-in-chief. you also have to guide people, their emotions, their fears, their confusion. and fdr did that brilliantly. abby: we were talking in the commercial break. george w. bush. you think about maybe the biggest disaster any
president has ever faced 9/11. and you were telling me and i forgot about this. he stayed behind at the white house. he stayed in washington, d.c. in that moment for how long? >> he could have -- you know, he could have gone to bunkner undisclosed location because washington was under siege. he elected right in the moment to stay as a symbol. his importance the american people's resolve and the fact he was at the helm leading. that was incredibly important and the mass confusion and fear following all those attacks that tuesday morning. abby: and then he spoke to the american people, right, from the white house? >> that night he gave a speech less than five minutes. extraordinarily strong. terrorists may shake the foundations of buildings. they will not shake the foundations of america. it was powerful. abby: and then jfk. you think about 1962. the cuban missile crisis. he also had a similar reaction to g.w. bush, saying don't act irrationally. >> don't act irrationally.
don't do anything rash in the heat of the moment. taking the issue from all sides. keep a cool head as emotional temperatures and the stakes of the issue rise. so important. abby: it's so interesting to look back on history and how many crisis this country has faced and how every single time we come back better and we come back stronger. and so much of that has to do with who is leading that country at the time. >> it certainly does. leaders have such an impact, abby. abby: it's a great book. forged in crisis. we have it on our website as well. i highly recommend. have you done so much research on this nancy. >> a pleasure to be here. abby: late night host has taken a hard turn to the left attacking president trump, we know this, every single night. >> house speaker paul ryan said he thinks president trump's heart is in the right place on race relations, oh, i'm sorry, his heart is in the white place. abby: is the late night's line up turn to politics hurting late night ratings? plus, i talked to my dad,
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♪ ♪ >> welcome back, take a look at this picture. it's your late nightlineup. and from fallon to kimmel and the rest of them. many of them have taken a hard turn to the left. >> trump had a nice visit to puerto rico. they said it gave all the first responders a chance to meet with the last responder. >> melania this kind of thing in case they encounter a situation that requires
showing concern for other human beings. that becomes her job. >> in a new interview house speaker paul ryan says he thinks president trump's heart is in the right place on race relations. oh, sorry, i misread that his heart is in the white place. [applause] >> dean: so why are all these late night hosts trading traditional comedy for political commentary? pete: help us out here, phil, is this for ratings? is this because they have always been leftists and now they are unleashed because of trump? why are we getting politics late night? >> well, making fun of the president has always been part of late night television. it's actually, you know, healthy for democracy. but there needs to be truth in kidding. not partisan ideology. i think where a lot of these late night comics went wrong they swapped liberal talking points out for their punch lines. jimmy kimmel just recently when he put together his obamacare monologue he literally worked with chuck
schumer's office on that material. it's a total joke. >> actually having talking points from schumer into the monologue, that's a rough one. i know jimmy, i like jimmy. he made fun of you and your hair. >> he did. dean: i like those guys. i don't want to get that politics. i don't mind jokes but the hard politics, it's -- and it's always at trump's expense. not in a joking way just kind of mean-spirited always. people are getting sick of it, i think. >> if you are going to stay up that late for late night comedy, you want a laugh not a lecture. the probable here is they are not even original. can you turn on any major news network and get criticism of president trump. and i think put this in perspective recently when he pointed out that late night used to be king. when you david letterman and jay leno. these guys were bringing in 10 million viewers a week regularly. now the best kimmel and fallon and colbert can do is about 8 million.
it's going down hill. pete: don't you think there is a massive opening for that comedian can laugh at both sides? >> i think the first step towards actually surviving in which comedy landscape is to recognize the election is over. "saturday night live" while they make fun of president trump plenty. they might be coming arranged to this. they even made fun of liberals last week. it's a step in the right direction. pete: one tiny step. dean: one foot in front of the other is how you get there eventually. pete: phil, thanks a lot. >> thanks for having me. pete: is president trump tired of waiting for republicans to repeal obamacare. why he just reached out to chuck for help with healthcare. dean: sean duffy and dan bongino.
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>> investigators still have no answers why las vegas shooter steven paddock did what did he. >> what we continue to investigate is whether anybody else may have known about this incident before he carried it out. >> extreme weather yet again. tropical storm nate turns into a hurricane overnight. killing at least 24 people now across central america. >> three people have been arrested and charged in connection with to isis inspired terror plot that terrorists say targeted new york city concerts, subways and land marks. >> isis is making a concerted and constant effort to establish both a network as well as folks attacks here. with dozens of military officials flanking him, president trump says this is the calm before the storm.
>> reporters tried to get clarification from him. >> what did you mean by calm before the storm? >> you'll find out. >> joining representative scalise to catch his pitch is special agent david bailey. [applause] ♪ ♪ pete: it's a silent saturday. abby: we need to start singing. pete: dean, can you sing? dean: no. that would ruin my career now. singing over. abby: we are so happy to have you on the couch this morning. dean kaine flew in from california. dean: i would definitely be asleep right now. abby: you had your coffee. feeling good. dean: you guys have been very welcoming. it's a lot of funnel for me here. pete: do you a nice job. we saw steve scalise throw a strike on the first pitch.
i bet you have thrown out first pitches. dean: i have thrown a strike. i saw president bush warm up before he threw his, he threw a nice strike. if you bounce it, you are done. abby: you can't always control that. dean: no. scalise did a nice job. abby: i'm going to stay away from that. dean: have you never thrown out a first pitch? abby: no. you know your lane and what you are decent at. that is not for me. pete: line up that baseball segment and watch abby throw. las vegas investigators announced they have hit a dead end for the hunt for the murder's motive for massacre. abby: chilling moment people running for their lives as 58 people were killed that night. dean: will carr is in las vegas with the latest. how are you? >> good morning, guys. there are still 26 people in critical condition and nearly 60 still in hospitals this morning. and here at the scene, the
police tape is still up and you can see this bin that was pushed in by dozens of people who are literally running for their lives. run, those are shots. run, don't walk. run of, go, go. everybody go. as more and more video comes. in authorities are still struggling to find a motive. we could know the fbi is talking to stephen paddock's girlfriend marilou danley. they are also looking into his financial state. we learned that he earned $5 million in gambling back in 2015. he also paid for at least one house and one car in cash. at the same time, they are continuing to try to see if paddock planned to stakeout other concert festivals in chicago and boston. now, it comes as vegas is taking the time to remember the victims. there is a memorial that is now set up in front of the iconic welcome to las vegas sign. a carpenter from chicago
drove down. he set up 58 wooden crosses. each cross has a picture and a name of each individual victim. it is a powerful thing to walk through. and it's very emotional as well. >> it's heart breaking. it's heart breaking to physically walk through and see how many people were killed. you walk through and you can can see all of that it's heavy, it's uplifting at the same time to see some people come out and leave flowers and candles. we saw a woman walking around and relighting candles on her own accord and to see the community come together is beautiful. >> later this morning there is a unity prayer walk. vice president mike pence is flying in to town to pay his respects in just a couple hours, guys. abby: will carr, thank you so much. it's goes to be frustrating for the families of these loved ones that are lost to know nothing at this point.
what the motive was for this guy to wake up one day i want to kill myself and as many people as possible. pete: watch it explode into a political gun debate as opposed to letting it heal. abby: and the facts. dean: i can't imagine what that is like for the family members. unbelievable. pete: what i there to say? you don't have a motive. hopefully they will learn more from the girlfriend. abby: she may be the only lead they have. we will keep an eye on a story as we have all week long. reporters are going a little bit crazy right now as they often do trying to figure out what the president means when he says something. and he kind of threw them, like we said earlier a little bit of crumbs. what are they going to do with this? he had this meeting with generals and their wives on thursday night. and the media was in their room having a normal night. he called them and said or the white house saying we want you to come to this dinner, to which he is there in this photo op. he says this is the calm before the storm. of course, that makes the
media go nuts. what is he talking about? yesterday, he doubled down on that. they asked him what he meant. and here is how both of those times went. >> you guys know what this represents? the calm before the storm. >> what's the storm? >> it could be -- calm before the storm. >> what storm? >> we have the world's great military people in this room, i will tell you that. and we had a great evening. thank you all for coming. thank you. >> what storm, mr. president? >> what did you mean by calm before the storm? yesterday, what did you mean by that? >> thank you. thank you very much. you'll find out. pete: be my trump decoder here, dean. what did he mean? dean keen first of all there is no such thing as a trump decoder. that is impossible. gosh, i wish i could figure that out. we said earlier, i think he is just trolling the audience, the media. and he wants to keep people, i think, on -- you know, off balance. he is certainly not going to
tell you when he is going to pull troops out of a place or, you know, telegraph his moves. and maybe that's effective. i don't know yet. pete: that's been his approach to your point. he said i want to be unpredictable. if you are in pyongyang or you are in moscow or you are in tehran, does he mean us? he says calm. i don't feel calm anymore. this storm may be coming. this is a guy who has done this time and time again and staying unpredictable means you have a bit of an advantage. abby: it may not be a message to the journalists. my sense it's a message to maybe isis leaders. maybe it's to kim jong un. maybe it's to iran it could be any of those things. dean: or all of them. abby: he was sitting there surrounded by his generals the people he admires the most he gets that input from. clearly they have a sense of what they are planning to do when it comes to all of these national security concerns that we face today. so he knew what he was doing there. my sense is, they are
talking about something specific. it might be what's going on with the fight against isis it may have to do with iran and north korea. we're going to have to wait and see. dean: maybe he sat there and said this sounds good to say right now. that's the thing, nobody really knows. that could be effective. pete: do you know who is the most scared in the media. [laughter] >> why did he say that? it comes as officials tell cnn president trump is prepared to dessert phi the iran nuclear deal. >> it's incredibly reckless. i know we discount. i know the bar is so low it's buried under ground. it's incredibly reckless rhetoric to talk about the calm before the storm. >> you could see when he said it three seconds afterwards he literally had a smile. if you are talking about a storm of raining fire and brimstone. you are not smiling. he literally winked. we have to stop trying to analyze what he said. it's just temperatur tourettes f silliness. >> when people catch their breath in this town, hold
their breath in this town when they says something like that -- you have a smile on your face is that somewhat satisfying? >> i just picture people in this town actually holding their breath. that might be a welcomed surprise for most of america. pete: it's so true. most of america goes i love watching these folks freak out. the more the swamp freaks out and mainstream media. their freak out is our enjoyment this is serious times and is he a serious guy. you can also wink at people and confuse them. abby: the media doesn't need to know every little thing. there is probably a lot the officials haven't told the media to figure out exactly what happened here. that is the same way for national security there are things that go on behind closed doors that the media shouldn't know about. they leak it to the public. it's an important job the media plays but time and place for that we are seeing that play out right here. pete: absolutely. your comments have been pouring in. you can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. vick on facebook says only the fake news media and the
democrats are in a friendsy. the rest ofs have you an idea of what the president is doing for america. exactly. abby: email coming in from lawrence saying is he playing chess while the rest are playing checkers. pete: that's the argument has been hey, catch up, guys. get with the program. abby: speaking of catching up, another storm on the way. rick, you were telling us hurricane season is until the end of november? rick: end of november, yeah. kind of the last little real hurrah is in october. when it happens in october usually storms form in the western caribbean or the gulf. that's what we have going on here. it's a fast-moving storm we have been staying. the forecast brings it to a cat 1 hurricane along the gulf tonight. it's moving fast. it's going to make distance by the time it makes landfall tonight. i will tell you has favorable conditions. and the satellite representation has been looking very, very good over the last couple of hours. we could see some strengthening over the next short bit of time here before it makes landfall. if if you are here in the
central gulf you need to watch this very, very closely. you don't have time because it's moving quickly. you need to be making preparations right now by noon already, the bad weather is going to be there and you need to be getting out if that is your plan. i will tell you it is not out of the question. we could have a cat 2. even stronger of a storm. just be prepared for that water temperature certainly plenty warm for this making landfall tonight, guys. pete: that water is warm. really warm. abby: 85 degrees. rick: a little bit above average. it's typical this time of year. that's why the storms form. one of the reasons why we are having such an active season. abby: rick, we will have keep a close eye on that. thank you so much. the body of a fourth united states green beret previously reported as missing has now been found in the african country as niger. the soldier was part of a u.s. special forces training unit ambushed by terrorists. we have also learned the identities of the other three americans that were killed staff sergeant brian blackhawk from washington state. staff sergeant jeremy johnson from ohio and staff
sergeant dustin wright from georgia. the fourth soldier killed has still not been identified. so heart breaking. in this story hollywood mega producer and mega donor harvey weinstein facing a massive sexual harassment scandal. he has been put on indefinite leave of absence from the weinstein company after the "new york times" exposed nearly three decades of accusations against female employees. he top democrats including elizabeth warren. they are now being given await a minute most of them giving the funds to women's rights foundations. weinstein was a frequent virst at the white house during the obama years. he reportedly visited up to 13 times. terrible story. and an emotional moment for house majority whip steve scalise who fired up the crowd by throwing a ceremonial first pitch at the washington nationals playoff game against the chicago cubs last night. watch this. >> ladies, special agent david bailey of the u.s. capitol police and u.s.
representative steve scalise. abby: scalise driving a strike right to capital police officer david bailey who was part of scalise's security detail when he was shot at congressional baseball practice back in june. two other victims joining scalise near the mound. can you see them all there. what a powerful moment that is. dean: that sex extremely cool and god bless scalise getting back there and doing it. and throwing a strike. pete: love it, like it. coming up, are republicans falling into a trap by working with the democrats on gun control? we're going to ask republican congressman sean duffy next. abby: i talk to my dad new ambassador to russia. jon huntsman. >> let's start with the question you get all the time. why do you want to do this? his answer plus the topic that got both of us pretty emotional. my dad is never emotional. i'm serious about that. i have only seen him cry once in his life. that's coming up ♪ a lovely day ♪ lovely day
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♪ ♪ >> so what? they are going to say do you give them bump stock it's going to be the slippery slope? i certainly hope. so. abby: democrat there weighing in and hoping an agreement on bump stocks could lead to even more gun control. dean: but if the g.o.p. works with them could it give democrats the ammunition they need for more limits on our second amendment rights? pete: joining us now is g.o.p. congressman sean duffy. congressman, thanks for joining us this morning. so the former speaker said it right there. so it's a slippery slope? i hope so. that's where democrats want to go with this, right? >> this is no surprise. this is incrementalism for
democrats. if they can just gradually take our gun rights away until the second amendment is gone, that is their mission. and we as republicans. we as second amendment lovers know that. that's why we are so reis i tent from the efforts from the left. if you look at bump stocks, we are not talking about guns, we are talking about a piece of equipment that takes a semiautomatic to an automatic weapon and automatic weapons are banned and that's why we can take that step with democrats. but, make no mistake, we wholly understand the game of what they are trying to do. abby: any time a horrific incident like this happens, there are a couple things that happens. we want to figure out what the motive is, absolutely. also, try to figure out how this can't happen again and that's why it oftentimes goes to gun control. but what conversation should would he be having right now? what conversation should we have had over the past week? what causes a person to wake up one morning and want to kill himself and as many other people as possible? >> listen, abby, that's a great point. it goes back to what's happening in our culture. what's happening in our families. we have to look to a common
theme through these horrific events. and this is where have you crowds that gather. and whether have you crowds and guns are used against these crowds or have you seen in europe where they will use trucks or at the boston marathon they will use pressure cookers. when you have people that are hell bent on killing fellow citizens, there is a lot of tools at their disposal. and i don't hear democrats talking about banning pressure cookers, knives, or automobiles. but they will take a tragedy like this, when people are still in the hospital fighting for their lives and they will introduce that to advance a political cause which is to ban firearms. i don't think they are looking at the broader issues here which is what happens in society? how do we deal with mental illness. they just use this for political purposes, which i think is frankly incredibly sad. pete: absolutely. bump stock, is a piece of equipment. you acknowledge you seem to think maybe that is the type of thing that could be banned. isn't that basically
following into their argument we can pass this one bill on a bump stock when the next attack could be something else? >> i don't think so. i think, pete, we understanding this isn't going to resolve the problem. i think this is step in saying we have banned automatic weapons and this will transition semiautomatic to an automatic and therefore we will take the step to ban it so, no, i don't think we are falling into the argument. again, we understand that this is incrementalism. this is baby steps for democrats. no matter what you give them, they will never be satisfied until, again, the second amendment is gone. they don't understanding, even coming from san francisco like nancy pelosi and think banning gun sass great idea or new york city. in places like where we come from, this is a way of life. people grow up using guns. respecting guns. knowing how to use them and we use them for really good purposes. we, you know, we respect them, love them, one more point before i go, when you take firearms away from people, you take them away from law abiding citizens.
evil people who want to do us harm they will always have a gun and take away our right to protect ourselves. this democrats saying the state should be the only one who can protect you, you can't protect yourself. abby: congressman, we have to leave it there. great to see you this morning. pete: more "fox & friends" on the other side.
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very well hit here. there are warnings and watchings in effect from east and west of new orleans all the way across the gulf coast to the florida panhandle. state of emergency now in effect here for louisiana. this is not harvey. it's not irma. but the governor says we need to treat this storm with respect. >> no one should take this storm lightly. it has already claimed the lives of at least 20 people and nicaragua and in honduras. and as we know from past storms, low intensity doesn't necessarily mean low impact. >> one of the big concerns here in new orleans are the pumping stations. 10% of them are broken. the city has already flooded several times this year, including last week. the drainage system is challenged. it's old and tired and under funded according to the mayor who says it's like his grandma's car with 400,000 miles on it. >> one of the greatest threats to this storm is not necessarily interior rain
but storm surge. it is a serious concern to us, the projections are that we could see 6 to 9 feet of surgeon. surge. given this threat i'm ordering evacuation of aisles, lake catherine and bayous area of the city of new orleans. >> most of the city's 200 flood gates are closed or will be closed today like this one. barricades set up close to 150 of them around the city to protect roads like this that at this point particularly fluid. looking lake pontchartrain. they have boats and high water vehicles on stand by now and they are handing out sandbags. a curfew will go in effect tonight at 7:00. and, in case you are wondering, did i do some research, guys, and a speeding bullet travels at 1700 miles per hour. so this storm is not as fast as dean -- excuse me, quite
a bit faster than dean cain. abby: well played. check in with you later. i bet you get that all the time. dean: i accept and it embrace it. pete: superman is here. dean: that's true. pete: real life superman served our country to singapore, china and now to russia. he also has a single connection to this one right here. abby: my dad is about to step into the role of working on one of our most rocky international relationships. before he and my mom moved to russia, they are on their way now. i sat down with him to have a one-on-one chat. here is how that went. abby: let's start with the question you get all the time. why do you want to do this? it's not an easy role. >> can i just say at the outset, abby, this is about the height of awesomeness to be interviewed by my daughter. but thank you for having. the answer is very simple. service is the price you pay for citizenship in the greatest country in the world. abby: that's how you have
raised all of us seven kids. >> we have tried. abby: russia is so politically divisive. how do you rise above that and focus on the issues at hand? >> you have to understand there is a political track that people read about in the newspapers on a regular basis that will play out as it will. and then there is another track that has to do with the bilateral relationship, the country-to-country aspects of the united states and russia. we have been hand in hand on the same team in wars before in history. we have found ourselves on the same page of certain issues before. but today the relationships are at all-time low. i just have to be very frank about that. abby: because have you had all of those meetings with the president, with rex tillerson, with james mattis. are you all on the same page? >> what i love about the president is he is a problem solver. the secretary of state is a problem solver. general mattis, our secretary of defense is a problem-solver. so you are surrounded by
people who understand the realities inherent in a difficult u.s.-russia relationship. abby: someone you won't always be on the same page is president vladimir putin. i know you can't talk a lot about that interaction. talk about the morale in russia right now. because over 700 employees have now been sent home, punishabled by the russians. >> it's really unfortunate that the russians made the decision that they did. to cut substantially cut our diplomatic presence in russia. we all know that we are facing difficult times. probably the most difficult period in the relationship since the end of the cold war. this is a little bit like 1986 all over again where we went through the same kind of tit-for-tat which serves really no purpose at all. abby: what's going to be your greatest challenge? >> i think personally, abby, the greatest challenge will be showing that we can achieve results in this relationship that are good for the people of america and good for the people of
russia. because the last thing i want to tell the president or the secretary of state, or the secretary of defense in the months and years ahead is we did our very best, sir, but we didn't get anywhere. i think the taxpayers expect more than that. abby: i love what you say about our military and my brothers. they're serving this country and they are proud to do so. do you worry where the country is right now that we are losing that sense of service? >> i think we are still the greatest country on the face of the earth when it comes to our commitment to service, our volunteer spirit. show me another country in the world that turns out during a time of need where neighbors are helping neighbors and friends are helping friends. it's hard to even talk about. abby: you are going to make me cry. don't do that. >> it's a unique place. i don't think we are less weak today. i think we are stronger. i really do. we have our divides. we have the issues that
polarize people, but we also have some central strengths that are rallying points. abby: i'm going to put you on the spot right now you speak fluid mandarin how is your russian come both toughest languages you can learn. >> my colleagues in the embassy mentioned the other day that my russian is spoken with a chinese accent. [laughter] pete: have you done amazing entries. were you more nervous interviewing your dad? abby: i think we both were. when he got emotional there is a lot on his plate and challenges ahead. that was the moment we said goodbye. i will get emotional if we keep talking about it. there was a lot in that moment on live television. but is he an incredible man. there is no place i would rather give him up to than this country. dean: so cool your daughter is interviewing you. how could you not be emotional. coming up, if the dead could
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las vegas police still do not have a motive and are now asking the public for help finding that motive. pete: more dramatic video surfacing chilling moments right at the twinning of the attack. 26 people remain in critical condition. abby: still hoping the gunman's girlfriend marilou danley could shed light on the investigation. later today mike pence will attend a unity prayer walk in las vegas to honor the victims there. pete: let's bring in former secret service agent former nypd officer and host of the renegade republican dan bongino. thanks for joining us this morning. >> are still kind of befuddled, do you think it's too quick also to dismiss terrorism? what are you hearing based on what you have seen? what's the latest? >> yeah it, is a little too quick to dismiss terrorism, pete. one of the things i find interesting is the las vegas police department and the fbi have been doing a great job. they have pretty forward with this. they have been pretty clear
there is just no evidence of that. the only thing we do have on terrorist angle front is their claims, the isis claims through their weekly newsletter that they had radicalized this individual. now they have in the past on some occasions taken claim credit for attacks. those are rare occurrence. i'm no big fan of the "new york times" there is a "new york times" reporter who has been doing unbelievable work on this. who said, listen, we just can't discount this. it's very unusual for them to claim this repeatedly if there is no connection at all. abby: how unusual is that when you look at past incidents that have happened. it seems like they can trace back something on social media page, maybe family members. maybe friend ne knew something. friends had to go back on the expedia page to trace some of his footprints. are we going to get to a place where we never know the actual motive behind this mad man. >> i'm glad you asked that question, abby, i was thinking about in this morning before this
appearance here. i think we all need to prepare ourselves for the possibility that this guy had antisocial personality disorder or what you would call -- what we would call just normal talk a psychopath. a sociopath. these are the kind of people, the serial killer types who live relatively normal lives like this individual. they don't elicit suspicion from anyone, the neighbors, the gas station guy, the guy at the local bar. and one day all of these psychological disturbances manifest themselves in the form of a serial killing spree or in this case a mass murder. i really -- i will never forget "people of a lie" about easel, genuine evil and people who live eel lives who have no sense of empathy or consequence at all. and i think we need to prepare ourselves that that may be a possibility here. we may not get an easy answer. dean: chuck schumer had something to say about some of the victims from the attack. listen to this and please react. >> if we could talk to those brave souls who were killed and are now in heaven, they
would say do something. they wouldn't say let's wait. president trump, are you going to wait to hear what the nra says first? dean: how we know, dan? how would he know what the dead would say? >> we can't talk to these people because they're not here. because they were murdered by a maniac in las vegas. and, frankly, i'm disgusted with these swamp rat political creature animals who go in to deep sea and do what chuck schumer did. if i could talk to the dead and all of a sudden they would tell us the nra is responsible for it and then he says another thing which is typical of a chuck schumer political animal. he says we should be doing something. you know what? we are doing something. do you know what i do? i go home and i make sure my family is prepared in the case of an emergency. i have two daughters. do you know what i do? i legally carry a responsible -- a firearm responsibly because i'm a dad.
and i have a home and a wife and a family i care about to defend. and the idea that we should continually be on the defensive, guys, and have to defend ourselves legal, law abiding responsible gun owners because of the acts of a homicidal maniac is disgusting. the fact that the democrats, some, not all, but people like chuck schumer invoke the memories of the dead, victims of this crime and they do it to leverage a political narrative, narrative that somehow we're at fault? the good american people who just want t left alone is beyond disgusting. he should be ashamed. and he is an example, by the way, of everything wrong with modern politics. reason goes out the window. emotion dominates and it's attack, attack, attack the other side. instead of getting an actual problem solved. it's disgusting. pete: how are you going to get a problem solved when you impugn the motives of another. right, dan? ultimately chuck schumer is saying if you support the second amendment you must not support the people that died? >> bingo, pete.
think about this for a second. think about in any other transaction. you are trying to get something done and find a middle ground. the opening salvo in your transaction is, by the way, you are a bunch of maniacs who are responsible for the deaths of 59 people. oh, by the way, let's talk about how you feel about gun control. what is wrong with you? this is what they do to us all the time. i can't say this enough. liberals think conservatives are bad people attached to ideas. while we think liberals are just bad ideas attached to people. that's the difference. that's why nothing gets done and nothing will get done. pete: that's where the divide comes from. abby: some strong words there daniel, good to have you on this morning. >> thanks, guys. abby: coming up, this statue became feminist icon fearless girl of wall street. the company who paid for the at that time do you doesn't quite get the message. dean: we traded five terrorists to get him back. bowe bergdahl expected he desserted his post. what should be his penalty.
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earlier this year on wall street and became a symbol of female empowerment. wow. and this doctor sues muriel is being removed from massachusetts museum because some people consider it racist. it's all because of this chinese character that depicted with chopsticks and other stereotypes. the muriel wil mural will be red by another dr. seuss piece. dean: bowe bergdahl the u.s. soldier held captive by the taliban five years now prepared to admit he was a deserter. bergdahl will plead guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy rather than face trial tore abandoning his fellow soldiers in afghanistan in 2009. pete: joining us now with his reaction former green beret commanders, fox news contributor and author of the book "warrior diplomat" retired lieutenant colonel michael waltz who led the special forces search for bowe bergdahl. colonel, thanks for being here. you literally took commands of the special forces unit
in eastern afghanistan the day bowe bergdahl desserted his post. is he pleading guilty to this. it looks like he will. i bet you believe rightfully so. >> well, i am happy to sieberg dal finally step up and take accountability for his actions, for the soldiers that he put in danger, that were directly involved in the search for him. but, also, for all the soldiers all across afghanistan who didn't have assets they needed, air support, medevac, intelligence assets because they were all shifted to look for bergdahl. dean: susan rice said bowe bergdahl searche served with hor and distinction. how do you feel about that comment. >> here we have bergdahl himself admitting and pleading guilty for desserting. i think this is about justice, guys, for what he did. but it's about, you know, it's also about who is going to be held accountable for
the implications of the trade, of trading the taliban -- some of their top five leaders for this deserter, where are those five today? are they recruiting? are they fundraising? what about soldiers who are harmed indirectly going forward as a result of this trade? also this is about accountability and justice for other hostage families that were held and are currently held all over the world who are asking themselves why didn't the obama administration trade or make some type of concession for our loved one. why would they trade and give the enemy this type of concession for a deserter but not for folks like kayla muriel and jim folly, aide workers and others trying to do good around the world. finally, guys, we have hostages held in afghanistan and pakistan still today. and the terrorists are still thinking they can get some type of concession because of the precedent that was set by this trade. so there is still accountability to be held
here in my mind. pete: colonel, how soon did you know he had desserted. they said honor and distinction. how soon did you know? was it hours or days? >> during the search we knew he had desserted. he stacked up his gear on his cot, his body armor, his weapon, his night vision, his helmet and he had sent emails over to his family, you know, expressing his dissatisfaction with what america was doing in afghanistan. we knew he disserted. but it's very important for folks to know that we did not let our foot off the gas at all in terms of our search for him because we knew he would be a major, major propaganda victory for the taliban and haqqani and terrorists over there to capture him and use him in videos like they did denouncing the united states. pete: extract five of theirs for one of ours. >> that's right. pete: you were a leader of the best went after him regardless. michael waltz, thank you very much for this time and your amazing expertise. we appreciate it? >> thank you. dean: it's the comment that
has everyone buzzing, president trump's "calm before the storm" the white house won't say what he means. but what do you think? your emails are pouring in. they will be good to read. can't wait. pete: former president george w. bush gearing up for annual tradition leading our wounded warriors on a bike ride around his ranch on texas. we know he is passionate about this issue. we are live there with the latest next ♪ freedom don't come free ♪ i'm an american soldier ♪ hungry eyes ♪ one look at you and i can't disguise ♪
medical a team doctor dr. siegel. what can we expect today? >> good morning, abby, good morning, dean. about an hour, we are here in crawford, about an hour from now the war fighters will join former commander-in-chief in the bike ride. everybody is so excited about all the heeling that's going to go on. yesterday i went to the bush museum in dallas and i spoke to several of the war fighters about the paintings that president bush painted of them, including to my right here, marine corps patrol dave smith who was rode with me back in 2012 on this ride. i thought the painting that president bush did of you showed a haunted expression in your eyes. what is that haunted expression from? >> that's accurate. so, being in iraq, there are a lot of things that take place that that are difficult to heal, for me, one east coast my team was trapped on the roof top of a burning building. and kind of surrounded by insurgents. and i fired into a grouch targets that was coming our
direction. and one of them turned out to be a marine. and i wounded him. and at 19 years old, that was really, really difficult. >> that's really stayed with you since then? >> it did. i didn't know whether i had ruined this man's life or whether he was drinking himself to death or doing well. >> you almost came to a point of suicide over that? what happened? >> i did. eventually i was in the berm bedroom of my college apartment. drank every bottle of alcohol in my mouth and decided to put a shotgun in my mouth. i wanted to feel something again. and it was a really, really dumb decision. >> you got over it with thinking of someone else who hadn't made it and then you made it and then you coined a term called post-traumatic growth. what was that. >> i didn't coin the term. it's a growing term. post traumatic growth is something that takes place after a post-traumatic experience. we are all familiar with post-traumatic stress. did you go toward something traumatic and bothers you and cause severe problems in
life. post-traumatic growth is as a result of these traumatic experiences can you learn to be more affectionate in relationships and closer to god and overachieving. >> never giving up as well. >> exactly never giving up. >> would you tell those in las vegas that have been through the attack there what would you say there-to-them? >> through the people that have been through the attack in vegas it's a tragic thing. a lot of things happened. you may have questions about how you reacted or should have reacted. most important thing to understand it's okay to seek help after this. >> that's what the ride is today. the ride today is about warriors getting together, it's called the warrior wellness alliance where they share similar experiences and seek professional help around the country. and that's what we're going to be doing today out on the bike ride. out on the trail with a former commander-in-chief. he has to ride first, correct? >> he does. he doesn't like to be anybody in front of him. >> no one ever keeps up with him. >> no, you certainly can't. is he pretty solid on the bike. >> back to you guys in new york. >> dr. siegel great stuff.
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will be able to attacks here. >> with dozens of senior officials ranking him president trump says this is the calm before the storm. >> reporters tried to get clarification from him to no avail. >> what did you mean about calm before the storm. >> you will find out. >> joining representative scalise to catch his pitch is special agent david bailey. [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ better than it should ♪ my front porch ♪ hollywood ♪ the way you flash that smile ♪ the way you look ♪ no matter what you do ♪ you make that look good. abby: we have dean cain on the couch. pete: superman. abby: we are in good company. we have people emailing. obviously, they are up and watching this show. they have some thoughts about the couch. this see mail coming from
from shannon in georgia. good morning, guys. i wanted to congratulate dean cain for hedging out pete hegseth in the hair department this morning. both of have you beautiful waves but dean's are just a bit taller today. whoa. dean: i don't have gel in my hair. abby: well played. pete: accused of late night host keg of gel. dean: he does have great hair. pete: superman is on the show. if i'm going to compete i have to be at the top of my game. dean: this is all natural. 75 years old and i still have no gray. pete: i think dean cain was the calm before the storm. >> thank you, mr. president. i am the storm now. abby: look what you have done. please keep sending in your comments. who has the better hair? we want to hear from you this morning email@example.com. please send them. in. pete: thanks, abby. please don't email. now to a tough top story of
course we get serious here as well. six days since 58 innocent people were gunned down at las vegas music festival. but authorities still say they don't have a motive. dean: this coming as more dramatic video surfaces of the shooting which investigators are now asking the public to figure out why it happened. abby: will carr is live for us in las vegas with the very latest. will, what are you hearing there? >> they are tracking down more than 1,000 leads this weekend. and it comes as 26 survivors are still in critical condition. almost 60 people still in the hospital. and here at the scene you can see police tape is still up. this is actually covering up where this fence was. what happened was as the concert was going on, the shots started coming, in dozens of people came through in a stampede. they pushed through this fence as they were running for their lives. >> shots. run. those are shots. run. don't walk. run. go. go. go.
everybody go. >> as more and more of that terrifying video comes out, authorities are still struggling for the motive. we know they are talking to stephen paddock's girlfriend marilou danley. they are also looking into his financial statements. he earned $5 million in winning in 2015. he also paid for one house and a car in cash. at the same time they are continuing to see if paddock actually planned to stakeout other concert festivals in both chicago and boston. and at the same time this city is taking significant time to honor the victims. there is a memorial out in front of the iconic welcome to las vegas sign. a carpenter from chicago drove in to town after the attack and he set up 58 woodenned crosses each now has the name of each individual victim and their picture. when you walk through that, it is both powerful and emotional. >> it's humbling and heart breaking. it's so beautiful.
but so devastating. it's every emotion at once. the kindness of this community is just amazing. >> along those lines, there is a unity prayer walk that's going to take place in just a couple of hours. vice president mike pence is coming in town for that as he remembers the victims as well. guys, back to you. abby: will carr live for us. thank you, will. what's so tragic about this is all those people that have lost a loved one, they may never know what happened here. they may never know what the motive was, because that's where we always go to. what was behind the -- what was the reason for doing this and then how do we prevent this from happening again. that's why we so often go to that gun control debate. pete: if you are like us, you wake up this morning, thinking they have got to have info on why the guy did it it's almost tough to report we still don't know. no rationale that would ever justify anything. but whether you have a motive can you at least understand in this case what thin the world.
>> i hope they have something they haven't given us yet. pete: could be. >> first reaction is goes right to gun control. that's emotional reaction. we are hearing tons of that right now. >> we saw hillary clinton went at gun control almost within 24 hours. it was immediately where they g we heard chuck schumer blame. those ha that are dead would be angry at the nra and republicans because they are not doing enough. nancy pelosi was also on capitol hill on thursday. and has this to say. >> so what? they are going to say if you give them bump stock, it's going to be slippery slope. i certainly hope. so. >> that's your revelation right there. pete: argument republicans on board with the bump stock banning legislation. we will keep it right here, just the bump stock. the fear of so many gun owning americans, second amendment lovers is that the democrats don't want your bump stock. democrats want your gun. and that's where you start
is that slippery slope. and then have you got the minority leader admitting that. >> it's interesting. you don't ever really see democrats and republicans coming together on gun control. when it comes to bump stock i'm not sure can you call that gun control. that's something you put on a semiautomatic weapon. many people didn't even know that existed even some of the lawmakers. have you some republicans saying okay we can get on board with that even the administration saying. pete: and the nra. abby: and the nra. not everyone is on the same page. sean duffy was on our show earlier. here is what he said the item dems are trying to do. >> if this s. incrementalism for democrats. if they can gradually take our gun rights away until the second amendment is gone that's their mission. we are not talking about guns, we are talking about a piece of equipment that takes a semiautomatic to an automatic weapon and automatic weapons are banned and that's why we can take that step with democrats. make no mistake we all understand the game of what
they are trying to do. abby: that's why republicans can get on board with this. why do we need a bump stock? why does anybody need that? dean: nobody does. it makes it an automatic weapon. that's illegal. that's the nra stance. pete: thigh ming imy thing is yt legislate your way out of this. it can be a truck. mad man in a free society are going to find ways to kill people. you can't create a law to solve every problem. washington, d.c. can pat themselves on the back passed a bump stock. you can't pass anything else meaningful. only way to get along with democrats is if they get their way. abby: so unusual in this ear wrath republicans and democrats come together. we can report at fox news our own chad pergram senior producer on capitol hill, president trump called chuck schumer the minority leader yesterday and talked to him about healthcare and whether or not they are going to find a way to work together or if there this is a bigger
message that the president is trying to send the republicans of you can't get your act together. you can't do a full repeal when you have the majority of the senate and the house and i'm in control. the executive branch. if we can't do that as republicans, i have got to get a deal done. i have got to make some real changes on healthcare. if it means working with the democrats, i'm going to go there. dean: a dealmaker. he will make a deal. force their hand and make a deal on the republican side as well. pete: if you are sitting in the white house and say the republicans couldn't pass the skinny bill and then the republicans couldn't pass lindsey graham's bill, then i need to scare them into coming back to the table. guess what, chuck schumer is not going to agree to any bill that repeals obamacare. every single one of those republicans in the senate ran, including john mccain, ran on repealing and replacing. not fixing a little bit and replacing. repealing and replacing. chuck schumer would never be on board for that, again, democrats come to the table when they want to spend your money, more of your money because they love to spend money or if they can preserve obamacare. they would see this as a path to work with president
trump to preserve obamacare because that's all they want to do is protect it the president is smart in creating some leverage with his own caucus. hopefully that's where it goes. you don't want to cut a big deal that makes obamacare permanent. he ran against obamacare as well. so a lot of tricky ground here. and i just don't believe that the unicorns of good faith democrats truly exist who really want to work with this president. they will take incremental wins. abby: it's interesting they are having these. dealmaker. that's what president trump ran on "the art of the deal." ultimately what do democrats care about most winning elections. election is around the corner. healthcare is on the top of everyone's minds right now. if republicans can't get anything done. if the alternative is making some incremental positive changes that can make a real difference, the president is saying, you know what? that's my only choice right now. that's all i have got. dean: citizens throughout want to see something get done. they want to see it happen. maybe this is a way to get it done. work with chuck and nancy. that would be interesting. all right. so we're going to check in with rick. what do we have going on?
i know we have more storms happening over there please tell us about that. rick: we are watching hurricane nate. pressure comes down. just by one mill bar. milliibar.still a category 1 hurricane. moving toward the central gulf coast. somewhere between southeastern louisiana around mississippi in to alabama and the panhandle of florida. that's our spot that we are watch will for targeted landfall tonight. so it's coming quickly. biloxi bay in towards mobile those will be the bays that the water will push. in see potentially very dangerous storm surge moving in there in addition to the rainfall that's going to be coming. rainfall totals are going to be worse. we are going to ring a lot of moisture out central appalachians. threat for significant flooding there. this is the official track all eyes right here in the central gulf coast around the mississippi, alabama line and then it moves throughout the tennessee valley, hoiivel, and
eventually parts of the northeast. that's monday into tuesday. so we're still -- pete: i like you, rick, but i will like when we're not talking to you. rick: me too. ends in november. we are in a very active season. we might still have more after this. abby: one of the most active. dean: thank you, dean. abby: pregnancy right here. one of the most active seasons we have seen in many years. should i read the headlines or pass it to you guys. dean: i think have you got it. abby: bring you a serious one starting with a fox news alert. and the body of a fourth united states green beret previously reported as missing has now been found in the african country of niger. the soldier was part of the u.s. forces the training unit ambushed by terrorists. also this, iran's president is defending the controversial olberman obama era nuclear deal saying there is nothing he can do to stop it rooney says we have achieved benefits that are truly
reversible. pete: sounds like one of our friends. abby: it is end of an era online instant messenger that started it all is signing off one last time. >> guy online. >> welcome. >> and my breath captures in my chest until i hear three little words. >> you've got mail. abby: that is my favorite movie of all time. sorry dean cain. i love lois and clark. dean: great movie. ainsley: ending program in december. it started in 1997. dean: i was surprised people were still using it. dean: what did president trump mean by calm before the storm. allen dershowitz is here next.
♪ ♪ >> calm before the storm? mr. president, what did you mean by that. >> thank you, thank you very much. you'll find out. pete: what's the storm? perhaps the most terrified of president trump's incoming storm the media. here to discuss it and break it down for us harvard law prefer emeritus defense attorney and lifelong democrat allen dershowitz. thanks for being here in the flesh. we appreciate it calm before the storm. you wrote a book called "trumped up" you understand this president as well as anybody. what did he mean. >> i think he is saying the current status quo is unacceptable. iran is going to get a nuclear bomb in 10 years if they comply with the deal.
north korea is only getting worse. we cannot allow this to continue. so there is gonna be a storm. what the storm is, nobody knows but is he warning both north korea and iran they cannot continue on the current track. that endangers the national security of the united states and of the world. dean: he didn't say it that eloquently but he said it very simply and there is a calm before the storm. the media doesn't care about iran. they are not talking about iran in that situation. they are talking about the fact that he winked and said "you'll see." >> i think he is not -- he said right from the beginning of his campaign i'm not telling my enemies what my plan is all he is doing is he is issuing a warning and what he is saying is if you think you can just continue the way north korea is continuing to test nuclear weapons. and if you think iran can continue, look, atomic -- international atomic energy agency said they could not certify that iran is not an -- and i will quote them, engaging in activities that
contribute and design the development of a nuclear explosive device." what the agency is saying is that right now what iran is doing is they're developing methods for creating a nuclear bomb in the 8 to 10 years. right now they can do anything. they can develop rockets. they can develop intercontinental ballistic missiles that radio room for nuclear war head. but, they can't spin centrifuges. as soon as they start spinning the centrifuges they will make are a arsenal that make north korea seem like nothing. abby: have you written a book against the iran deal. the president -- i think it's up october 15th to recertify. >> right. abby: he is being told by some of his generals to keep it in place. what your advice to the president on what to do here? >> my advice is not to tear it up but to renegotiate and to make sure -- remember, iran says in the deal iran reaffirms it will never under any circumstances try to acquire or develop nuclear weapons. we're going to stick with you that congress ought to
authorize the president to take whatever military action is necessary whenever, if ever iran tries to develop nuclear weapons. now, that's not enough. because they may not try to develop nuclear weapons. they may always want to be on the verge. a month away so that we have no excuse but that can't be allowed to continue. and so we have to renegotiate the deal to make sure they can't develop intercontinental ballistic missiles. they can't develop as the atomic energy says designs capable of being used for explosives. the president has to do that. and i think he is going to. abby: good advice. "trumped up" the book is a great one. allen dershowitz, great to have you with us. >> thank you. al. abby: this firefighter was killed on illegal immigrant on texas highway. the only two years in jail for that horrific crime. fighting for justice. she is joining us live after the break.
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built for business. ♪ abby: we're back with heart breaking story. illegal immigrant without a drivers license responsible for this car wreck that killed a volunteer firefighter and two young children ages 4 and 22 months. now, the heart broken widow and mother is fighting for justice so that other families don't have to go through what she went through. she is outraged that her family's killer only got two years behind bars. courtney hacking joins us right now. courtney, it is a horrible, horrible story. you lost everything. you lost your entire family. tell us what happened. >> on that day, my husband and our two youngest children were on their way home and on their way home they were struck head on by an illegal immigrant.
and killed instantly in the drive. abby: they are absolutely beautiful. your daughter there, your son, your husband who is a firefighter. tell us about them. tell us about your family. >> peter was a wonderful man. he was a volunteer firefighter. he was a hero to many. he would give you the shirt off your back if you needed it. never met a stranger. elly and grayson were both beautiful old souls and ellie was my only girl and she was a princess and grayson was mischievous and precious and was bound to do great things in this world. abby: where do you find your strength? i mean, this happened only over a year ago in 2016. you're now here talking publicly about it. you are trying to make real change. where do you find that strength inside of you? >> my children and my
husband. my husband still to this day, he was a light for me. and he always thought further beyond people. he felt people needed to dig deeper within themselves to find, you know, their purpose because of him and i feel the need to do something. and my children on a daily basis. i have four boys. and they on a daily basis remind me that i need to be strong and i need to fight this battle and i need to do it for all of them. abby: so the person responsible for, this for killing your entire family, illegal immigrant who is here only two years behind bars. courtney, how do you only get two years for that? >> i ask myself the same question all the time. he committed so many crimes by being here to begin with. what people seem to forget in this matter is the term illegal immigrant, illegal
in front of it is already making him a criminal. people think that his crime, that his punishment seemed to fit because he was an illegal immigrant. for some reason it seems to me that they feel that he should have some sort of special circumstances and that he should be treated differently because he is an illegal immigrant. to me, being illegal in this country was a crime on its own, so i don't understand how he did get only two years and it's, to me, i take it offensively. i take it very personally. abby: well, your husband was an imgrant himself. he came here legally. >> he was. abby: you are now fighting for change. what are you hoping happens? what are you wanting to get changed? >> i want our lays to be -- lawe
enforced. border patrol accept over 100,000 illegal immigrants on a regular basis. and letting them go isn't solving the problem. something needs to be done, something -- the message needs to be put across to them that when you come to this country, you need to do it legally because when they come here, all they are getting is they are committing crimes. they are getting a slap on the wrist and they are going back to mexico or they are going back to whatever country they came from. and they were here illegally. they were committing a crime and they come here and commit you a larger crime and they get a slap on the wrist and they get to go home. i want to see those laws enforced and i want to see stricter punishment for those crimes. abby: what is your reaction? i'm sure you saw the news. the state of california now becoming a sanctuary state. the governor brown has signed that in to law. what is going through your mind? how does that make you feel? >> i guess disappointed,
really. we have so many issues in our laws to begin with. so, to declare yourself a sanctuary state and say if you need -- if you want to be here illegally, it's okay, just come to us is slapping the wrist wrist of the country in the face. so i don't believe one state in the country should have the right to say it's okay for us for you to not follow the law but everybody else you follow the law like it's supposed to be followed. so, california is kind of a slap in the face and it should be to all-american citizens. abby: courtney, before we let you go, what are the best memories you have of your two beautiful children? how do you remember them? >> um, the sunshine on a dark day. i remember their beautiful faces. i see them from the moment i wake up until the moment i go to bed.
i remember their hugs. and i miss those. i miss those hugs every day and i miss hearing mommy coming down the hall. and i miss when they said "i love you." i miss their kisses. i miss everything about them. on a daily basis. abby: courtney, your strength is incredible. you are an amazing woman. so thank you for being on with us and for sharing your story. our thoughts, our prayers. >> thank you for having me. abby: are going to continue to be with you, courtney. thank you very much. >> thank you very much. abby: we'll be right back. we are the tv doctors of america, and we may not know much about medicine, but we know a lot about drama. we also know that you can avoid drama by getting an annual check-up. so go, know, and take control of your health. it could save your life. cigna. together, all the way.
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yesterday, this all went down in the spring of 202016. one target times square. according to the investigators one of the plotters told the fbi agent quote we seriously need a car bomb at times square. look at these crowds of people. he also said he wanted to, quote, create the next 9/11. another target, the new york city subway system. they even went so far as to send the undercover fbi agent a map of the system with markings indicating when which lines that they planned to attack. now three men have been arrested and charged. one is a u.s. citizen based in pakistan. another is from the fill peabody's. philippines. third canadian system. he is the one that purchased the bomb making materials. he also secured a cabin right outside of new york city to use as a safe house. he was arrested while on his way from canada to the u.s. he was planning to carry out the attack just one or two months later. abby, pete, and dean.
abby: all right, kristin fisher live for us. kristin, thank you so much. other headlines we are following. hollywood producer and major democratic donor harvey weinstein is now facing major backlash over his massive sexual harassment scandal. his campaign donations to top democrats including elizabeth warren and governor andrew cuomo are now at least partially being given to women's foundations and to charities. other democrats, however, still reportedly haven't returned or donated any of kinweinstein's donations. weinstein has been put on indefinite leave of absence from the weinstein company. valedictorian speeches are quickly coming to an end. pete: so lame, what the heck? >> i know most of you are saying hey, any idiot can do that well, it was tough for me, so back off! [laughter] abby: high schools around the country aren't naming the top dog in every class anymore according to the "wall street journal" report says districts in north carolina, new york, and
virginia leaving the title behind saying it causes unhealthy competition between the students. some say it just promotes being average. pete, you were valedictorian and i was not. pete: i was valedictorian said that's wrong so 10 of you will be valedictorian. abby: divisional playoff series with cleveland indians major playoff win over the yankees. >> in to the corner. and the score jackson. and the indians take a 2-0 division series lead. abby: boom. the cleveland indians getting the walk off win in the 13th inning. the houston astros dominating the box 8-2. los angeles dodgers opening their playoff with an 8-5 win over the arizona diamondbacks and defending world series champion chicago cubs prevailing over the washington nationals. no, that's my team. in game one of their series
3-0. that's not a good start. >> go dodgers, go dodgers. abby: those are your headlines. pete: speaking of hurricanes, clean up from one other -- from the other major hurricanes is still ongoing. dean: our very own janice dean. janice: very own janice dean. dean: janice on n. texas last week has quite the story to share. janice dean, welcome. janice: dean times two here. listen, i'm so glad you are here by the way. dean: thank you, i'm very glad to be here. janice: and my husband is fine with it i was out in southeast texas last week and met some amazing people. this group called team rubicon. they help disaster areas. hurricane harvey the first major hurricane hit southeast texas devastated that area. i want you to meet some of these amazing people team rubicon. hurricane harvey made
landfall august 25th along the texas coast. the storm brought unprecedented rain, damaged over 100,000 homes and took dozens of lives. in times of disaster, we rely on the helpers, people who donate time and resources to lend a hand. team rubicon is made up of those hemmers led by a marine veteran jake wood. >> we quickly realized while we were down there, you know, helping the victims of that earthquake that the skills we learned in the military could, you know, we could repurpose these to help people in these times of need. i went to wharton texas. i met one team rubicon as they cleaned up a local community center, one of the many neighborhoods where these volunteers have come out to help. ♪
>> if you really want to make a difference and change lives, go look up this group called team rubicon. texas tough, texas strong. it's about knowing who your neighbors are well before disaster so that when disaster strikes you know who in your community may need your help the most. >> disasters bring out the worst in situations. but they also bring out the best in humanity. so they will bring people together. there is more things that unite us than there is that divide us. >> i was in the army for 20 years. i think just about anybody that's been in the military used to getting after a job, hey, here is what we have got to do, working as a team and getting it done. it's very fulfilling. you could sit around and you could talk about what's going on and about what people are going through, but if you want to do something, you have got to get up and do it. >> one lady, we finished her house and she said well, i have got to ask you the hard question now. how much is this going to cost me? and we're like ma'am, we are all volunteers. this is free. she cried and dropped down to her knees.
it was a special moment. >> i am in love with all the teams. it makes my heart feel great that freedom all over the world, you know, think about others that's in need and, you know, when you have a servant heart, that means everything. >> can i give you a hug? >> yeah. >> you're awesome. >> you're awesome. you're awesome. dean: that's amazing. janice: they're awesome. this team inspired me to do so much for them. so my fredy the frog caster book the latest one the flash flood donating all my proceeds and we have come up with rick reichmuth chief meteorologist, my buddy, here is he $15,000 to team rubicon. abby: love it. rick: always wanted to hold one of these checks. janice: can you help by going to team rubico rubicon u.s.a.org. abby: janice what a huge heart you have. incredible piece.
janice: thanks a lot for all they do out there. sitting so close. janice: janice dean the love machine. pete: traded five terrorists to get this guy back. bowe bergdahl expected to admit what we all know he deserted his post. what should the punishment be? dean: is it full-time for chuck schumer and nancy pelosi step aside and let new voices take over? we'll have the debate next ♪ we're going to let it burn, burn, burn ♪ we're going to let it burn, burn, burn ♪ prudential asked these couples: how much money do you think you'll need in retirement? then we found out how many years that money would last them. how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped! you're gonna leave me back here at year 9? how did this happen? it turned out, a lot of people fell short,
us in new orleans. nate, what can the people there expect? >> quite a bit of rain and heavy winds, abby. the rain is starting to fall on lake pontchartrain north of new orleans. president trump has approved the emergency disaster declaration. fema are coordinating operations. most of the 200 flood gates like this one have been closed. there are 150 barricades set up to protect low lying streets and keep vehicles off the roads here. sandbags have now been handed out. the national guard has been ache at this i have thed they have boats and staged at police departments and fire departments. they are evacuating oil rigs and oil platforms in the gulf ahead of this storm which is expected to bring category 1 force winds and a storm surge to the gulf coast. >> no one should take this storm lightly it has already claimed the lives of at least 20 people and nicaragua and in honduras. and as we know from past storms, low intensity doesn't necessarily mean low
impact. >> a big concern here are that the bumping stations could be overwhelmed. 11 of the 120 are out. and the flooding is likely. they are making preparations, abby, as this storm bears down. they are saying 85 mile-per-hour winds, higher gusts and it could strengthen before it hits and a curfew will be in effect in the city of new orleans at 7:00 p.m. local tonight. abby? abby: new orleans all over again. all right, rick, you will be keeping us posted all weekend long. thank you so much. dean, take it away. dean: thank you, abby. a top democrat is calling for chuck schumer and nancy pelosi to step aside. >> i do think it's time to pass the torch to a new generation of leaders. i want to be a part of that transition. i want to see that happen. dean: should pelosi and schumer take a backseat and let new voices take the wheel? here to debate are former trump campaign spokesperson and american first action spokesperson katrina pearson and democratic strategist otima omara is it time for
blood in the democratic party? >> you know what, dean, i have to say sure, why not? this is what happens when you are stuck in a party that does nothing but play politics of gender and every other separation. but it is undeniable that in a post obama era party that the democrats are struggling to find their voice. had you someone who was relatively unknown come in and beat the clinton establishment and then they ran that same establishment who lost again to someone else who was particularly outside of politics. so, sure, they should absolutely be looking at new leadership. dean: i bet you are going to disagree on this. what's your take on this? new blood? >> i would be remiss as a former young democrats of america to say i think it's always good to have new blood and getting new people elected our side of the aisle or just in general. i think that chuck and nancy
as trump affectionately refers to them as have actually been getting more done when it came to the debt ceiling and even in having some discussions on budget and actually holding the party line on healthcare in the last nine months than the republicans have having been in power this entire time. dean: people want to see something happen. is it okay that he is reaching across the aisle to those leaders? >> i think so. i do think that the ratings of congress are low for a good reason. and that is because they would like to see more bipartisan action. and that's something that definitely, i think, was in the best interest of the american people. >> i would actually like them to stay, dean. i'm not one of those people calling for new leadership. president trump is doing a great job at reaching across the aisle when necessary. is he taking on both sides of the establishment here. beat them both in november. but, at the same time, of course, i would love to see them stay in place because these are the leaders that led the democratic party to where they are now. extremely divisive and dismissive of half the
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>> look, i don't want to die up here because you are too scared to take a risk. >> someone is looking for us. >> pilot didn't file a flight plan. >> nobody knows where we are. we are all we've got, me and you. dean: imagine being stranded on a snowy mountain with a complete stranger after a plane crash and struggling to stay alive. abby: depends who that stranger is. dean: that is interesting. abby: senior vice president of marketing michael tammero
just met with the cast of the world premier. >> where is the real dean cain when we need him? dean: exactly. >> i recently went to toronto for the world memorial kate winslet and selselba who told me all about this harrowing production. in the mountain between us two strangers are forced to band together to fight for survival at the world premier we caught up with its stars who told us about this challenging production. >> it's very hard because real snow in remote area. nothing. there is no civilization. you have to fly there in order to bring your equipment. you have explorers, spirit of human beings and consensus. so it's worth it. it's worth it. >> the pilot didn't file a flight plan. nobody knows where we are. we're all we've got, me and you. >> so when you were up there in the cold and the elements.
did you learn something about yourself that surprised you? >> you are always in the unknown when it comes to acting. we literally wouldn't know what conditions we would be confronted with every day. so i think probably, if anything, i discovered that i'm more stoke than i even thought i was. >> three weeks without food. three days without water. and three hours without shelter. >> survival is about spirit. that's what i loved about it. do you know what i mean? i have a sort of survivalist spirit. in this film we discover love and trust. we talk about that a lot. and i hate the cold but i survived minus 38. i learned that i can do that. >> hello. >> experience. >> you were one of the guys. >> actually he'lactually a tara.
>> come on, eat the spider, oh no, here he goes. come watch. >> we might die together. and i don't even know you. >> the mountain between us is in theaters now and it is intense, i guess, forever more i will be known as the tarantula man. abby: how did that taste? >> not like chicken. cold, clammy and crunchy. abby: if kate winslet tells you to do it. >> how tough to shoot that movie out there. awfully difficult place to shoot. >> leo decaprio did it last year for the revenant. good time mocking each other who had the tougher shoot. abby: i love that goes way back to titanic days. dean: late night comedians taking a hard turn to the left attacking trump every
>> its been six days since 58 innocent people were gunned down and stories still say they don't have a motive. >> you have people bent on killing citizens beings evil, genuine evil and people who live evil lives who have just no sense of empathy or consequence at all may not get an easy answer. >> abby: extreme weather hits again tropical storm nate turns into a hurricane overnight killing at least 24 people across central america. >> three people have been arrested and charged in connection to an isis inspired terror plot that prosecutors say targeted new york city concerts, subways and landmarks. >> isis is making a constant effort to establish a net work as well as folks. >> with dozens of senior
military officials flanking him president trump says this is the calm before the storm. >> abby: reporters tries to get clarification. >> what does it mean by the calm before the storm? >> president trump: you'll find out. >> joining representative scalis e, his special agent david bailey. >> [applause] >> abby: i feel like i'm living a little girl's dream this morning i'm in between yes-- >> no no no. >> abby: but also superman for the weekend. >> dean: everyone would like to spend three minutes and we've had three hours and we have another one. >> its been fun spending time with you abbey absolutely. >> abby: you're so sweet.
>> when i found out that you were hosting i think we have a clip of what i said when i found out dean cane was hosting. >> dean: [laughter] >> i was like no! >> dean: i'll never live that down. >> i immediately started to sweat right there. >> abby: he's blushing a little bit. >> dean: i will embrace it forever. now i'm super girl's dad so it's kind of fun. i'll be your grandpa in about three weeks. >> abby: still no gray hair though as we discussed last week >> pete: nothing whatsoever. >> abby: okay friends at fox news.com what do you think of dean cain's hair better than petes we want to know. one last hour he will be with us tomorrow as well but we do want to get to our top story because
authorities are hitting a dead end in the search for a motive six days after 58 financial financial were shot and killed. will car is live with the latest in las vegas. will how is it going? >> reporter: good morning guys federal authorities are continuing to put a profile of the gunman together this week. they pes relooking at his personal, political and religious beliefs but at this point, they still don't have a motive for the attack. well here at the crime scene you can see police tape is still up. now this is covering where this fence was before the concert but you had dozens of people stampede here. they pushed through this fence as they were running for their lives. >> run, those are shots. run, don't walk. run. go. go. go. everybody go. >> reporter: as more and more intense video continues to come out authorities struggling for answers still. they're talking to stephen
paddock's girlfriend, and they're also looking into his financial past. we know that he earned $5 million in gambling winnings back in 2015. he also paid for at least one house and one car in cash and at the same time they're continuing to see if he planned to stake out other concert venues in both chicago and boston. it comes as the city continues to honor the victims. there is now a memorial in front of the iconic welcome to las vegas sign, a carpenter from chicago drove down and he put up 58 wooden crosses, each cross now has both a picture and the name of each individual victim that's both powerful and emotional. >> heartbreaking. it's heartbreaking to physically walk through and see how many people were killed. i mean, you walk through and you can feel that and it's heavy. it's uplifting at the same time to see so many people come out and leave flowers and candles. we follow them and walk around
just relighting candles on her own accord and just to see the community come together is beautiful. >> reporter: and then there are the survivors 26 people still in critical condition, almost 60 in hospitals. little bit later today there will be a unity prayer walk vice president mike pence coming in town for that guys. >> pete: thanks, will. >> abby: you can see behind him that fence that it was basically removed from people. >> dean: you are really running your for your life if you go through that thing and unbelievable. >> abby: and still it sounds like no new information we still have no clue what that motive is maybe officials know more than we do. i hope they do but still so hard >> pete: as dan bongino said last hour we may not know why. which means we've inevitably moved our way into a debate about guns and gun control. no one with heard the word bump stock or very few had before this incident. it's a device that allows a semiautomatic to fire like an
automatic. there's republicans now teaming up with democrats potentially to ban it but some are questioning whether or not this is a slippery slope could lead to other erosions of second amendment rights. well nancy pelosi took to the podium and revealed her hand a little bit. >> so what? they're going to say if you give them bump stock it's going to be a slippery slope? i certainly hope so. >> dean: well that makes it pretty clear when nancy stands on that and i'm a member of the nra. i'm fully in support of the second amendment 100%. i think there's a lot of emotional reactions that come right after an event like this and they want to start ledge us lating the nra's position is that the bump stock turns a semiautomatic into an automatic weapon which there for makes it illegal so any device that turns semiautomatic into an automatic makes it illegal they want the atf to be the atfe now to regulate that as opposed to legislation. >> abby: you'll see republicans and democrats coming together on
that the administration looking into an issue but we don't often see republicans and democrats working together on anything today and interesting, now on healthcare, i mean we've seen republicans try to put something forward to repeal obamacare, they've not been successful as we talk about all the time on this show. well its come out that the president has spoke with chuck schumer yesterday, gave him a call on the phone, talking about healthcare. he tweeted this out this morning , said i called chuck schumer yesterday to see if the dems want to do a great healthcare bill. obamacare is badly broken. big premium who knows and i think the question is is this about him working with democrats or sending a real clear message to republicans if you don't get your act together, this is the alternative. >> dean: it's like the we'll see the calm before the storm. who knows? it's true, but it is part of a negotiating tactic. the republicans in the senate have failed this president and not been able to deliver even on a skinny repeal let alone the graham cassidy bill which a lot
of people felt was a great solution. it was very very close. this could be an opportunity to work with democrats which you would never get a repeal on so that was a central campaign promise for every republican and this president that would be politically problematic for him to go back to voters and democrats will never do anything that doesn't preserve obamacare. maybe as you said abbey gets republicans back to the table because otherwise chuck and nancy is going to make obamacare live forever which means we march towards single payer healthcare. you heard nancy pelosi she wants to take your guns. chuck schumer wants single payer healthcare. all is incremental wins they want to take to get to that. >> dean: well everybody send it home all the citizens are going we want something done. get something done. he's a deal maker who should he make a deal with the republicans or democrats? >> abby: we don't know exactly what his strategy is here but he's making it very clear as you said, dean, i wrote a book about solving problems and getting things done that's what i ran my campaign on and if it means getting at least something with
democrats, we're willing to go that direction. we'll see what happens here. i do want to bring you weather headlines we are following closely this morning starting with a fox news alert and here we go again. the gulf coast bracing for impact as tropical storm nate turns into a hurricane overnight. the category 1 storm already deadly killing at least 24 people across central america. now louisiana and florida issuing mandatory evacuations as the storm brings winds up to 80 miles per hour hurricane nate could make landfall in the u.s. as early as tonight. we will keep a close eye on that storm. and three men including an american now charged with plotting massive terror attacks right here in new york city. federal authorities able to stop the isis-inspired attacks targeting new yorks times square and the cities subway system this summer. one of the suspects even planning to attack music festivals and telling undercover agents he wanted to "shoot up concerts." pretty chilling when you think about what we've been through this past week. and iran's president is now
defending the controversial obama era nuclear deal saying there is nothing president trump can do to stop it according to iran media saying this. "we have achieved benefits that are irreversible nobody can roll them back neither trump nor 10 other trumps." harvard law professor joined us earlier on the show and here is what he said. >> iran is going to get a nuclear bomb in 10 years if they comply with the deal. north korea is only getting worse. we cannot allow this to continue , so there's going to be a storm. what the storm is nobody knows. >> abby: that's someone who knows a thing or two about iran. president trump is set to deliver a policy speech on iran next week. he and may decertify that deal we're going to have to wait and see. and ford is about to unleash its latest police vehicles. the michigan state police testing ford's environmentally friendly 2018 hybrid sedan making it the first pursuit rate of police car in north america. and good luck outrunning this.
ford's f150 police responder is perfect for off roading and tough conditions and can hit 60 miles per hour in under 60 seconds so it's like every guy's best friend. >> dean: that's quick. >> pete: i'm really concerned police vehicles are energy efficient. >> dean: [laughter] >> pete: what i look for. >> dean: i like that truck though. >> pete: well another story we're following this morning you remember unfortunately army sargent bowe bergdahl who desserted his fellow soldiers and walked off his base in afghanistan. we had michael waltz on the program earlier the special operator in charge of finding him, massive resoses were spent and ultimately now he's decided he will be pleading likely ap is reporting he will be pleading guilty to desertion, but he was claiming it wasn't and the other people claiming it wasn't desertion was the obama white house back in june of 2014. let's bring you back to that time. >> there was a lot of questions about how he originally was captured and whether or not he desserted his post. will he be disciplined or already paid the price? >> certainly, anybody whose been
held in those conditions in captivity for five years has paid an extraordinary price but that is really not the point. the point is that he's back. he's going to be safely reunited with his family. he served the united states with honor and distinction. >> pete: well the point is maybe he didn't serve the united states with honor and distinction. he desserted his post. pete you're a military guy. how does that make you feel? how would it make you feel if he was in your unit and you lost men going out there? >> pete: terrible and the mission you have is diverted to go find this guy and then when you do know where he is you know he's in the hands of the taliban and you trade him for five of the worst and where are those five guys right now? seriously? they probably gone back, they want to go back to the battlefield if they haven't already and now we have a desserter on our hands whose pleading he's guilty which we knew all along. it crushes morale, wastes resources and endangers troops. gets people killed. and that's why i think a lot of people are hoping this is theres a big sentence attached to this plea deal not just you know, slap on the wrist, bowe bergdahl
walks. he should pay for what he did. >> abby: a lot of people knew about that three years ago. so you hear the obama administration praising him and what he did over there, but the reality is at that time i think a lot of people had a clear sense. >> dean: then why do you do a rose garden ceremony. >> pete: the thinking behind that blows my brain out. i can't understand that if you know that and i think they did know that at the time it's just horrible optics and looks really bad now for sure. >> dean: at least barack obama is no longer the president. >> pete: there we go. well should republicans beware it about working with democrats on gun control? we are fired up about this one, next. >> dean: late night hosts taking a hard turn to the left. >> house speaker paul ryan said he thinks president trump's heart is in the right place on race relations. oh, sorry i misread that. his heart is in the white place. >> pete: to fallon to kimmel, is the politics hurting their
the american public values its freedom to protect itself and now you have schumer in the media to get this horrible tragedy and they want to piggyback their whole agenda to ban guns restrict law abiding people for the last 20 years, this circus on the back of this tragedy. >> pete: that was nra ceo reacting to democrats calls for increased gun control in the wake of the las vegas tragedy. >> dean: so does he have a point and should republicans respond? here to discuss is conservative filmmaker and the author of the big lie. thanks for joining us this morning. so we're hearing rumors in fact we'll put the four republicans up that already said they're
willing to discuss gun laws likely focused on this bump stock that we've all learned about ron johnson, john boone and lindsay graham what do you make of republicans talking about working on gun control legislation with democrats? >> well, normally in political debate if there was some give and take on both sides you can arrive at a compromise but that's not what this is about. this goes back to ram emmanuel's famous statement, never let a good crisis go to waste and i think that it's very clear that for the democrats this is the kind of first step in order to in a sense abolish the second amendment, so to me, you know when we look at constitutional rights the second amendment is not less important than the first amendment. it's not put second because it's secondary and so this is a kind of attack on our constitutional rights. its been brewing for a while and we should not allow the kind of stampede created by a single incident to allow us to buckle
so republicans can pass sensible gun control regulation on their own if they want to. there's no reason to open the door to the democratic crusade against the second amendment. >> dean: so you're saying pretty much don't work with the democrats on that because they will come after your guns. nancy pelosi said it's a slippery slope and so what? >> yeah, i mean, i think when we look at the second amendment, some people say well, it's there for hunting and so on. no it's actually there to protect us against government tyranny in other countries like venezuela where the government used these kinds of incidents in order to confiscate people's gun s so what happened was the only people who had the guns were the government, the state and they're now able to turn those guns against venezuela citizens so i think we should take a cautionary lesson from that and realize our second amendment rights are critical to the preservation of our basic liberties. >> pete: just you saying that the left will say well you're in favor of dead people. you're a heartless follower of the nra.
they use emotion, so powerful. >> well, i mean first of all the second amendment like the first amendment, it's not that these are amendments that have no exceptions at all. you can't shout fire in a crowded theatre, for example, but notice how carefully limited that is. you can shout fire in public. just not in a crowded theatre so only when there is imminent danger. now there's no imminent danger right now. basically what we need to do is complete this investigation. to me the more interesting question are the motives of this shooter. i mean imagine if this shooter had shot up a gay rights rally, there wouldn't be any shortage of speculation about what was motivating him but because he shot up a country concert suddenly everyone is really baffled about his motives. >> pete: interesting, thanks for your time this morning we appreciate it. >> my pleasure. >> dean: former first lady michelle obama says people don't trust politics, and she's blaming republicans. >> pete: go gop congresswomans had mia love is here to respond. >> one side, all men, all white, no wonder people don't trust
>> abby: well this week former first lady michelle obama lashed out at the republican party speaking at a conference for women and brought up the state of the union address saying this >> one side, all men, all white. on the other side, some women, some people of color. i look at that and i go no wonder, no wonder we struggle, no wonder people don't trust politics. >> dean: our next guest takes issue with those words. mia love is a republican congress woman from utah, mia, welcome. >> hi how are you guys? >> pete: good. >> abby: good from migrate state of utah. how does that make you feel? >> follow the sun.
follow the sun. >> abby: you are a black republican woman. how does it make you feel when you hear those words coming from michelle obama? >> well sadly, this is identity politics. i mean i don't know if you've noticed i don't know if she noticed but i am not white and i am not a male. you know, this is the way that democrats try to win elections instead of winning on the policies that actually help the american people and unite us. this is absolutely divisive language. it's not language that unifies us as americans. >> dean: congresswoman, when i see you i see a congress woman. when the democrats see you they see a black female. is that an improvement in the way they see the world that they segment by race and gender and class and creed as opposed to saying we're in this together? >> i think that it's incredibly ironic and hypocritical. i mean nancy pelosi will go out and actually recruit someone to try and take out the only black republican female that we have
out there, and wait for it. she's actually replacing me with a white male democrat, so again, this is about the narrative for them and about winning the elections through divisive politics, instead of uniting people. i don't fit in a box. i don't want to fit in a box that somebody tells me i have to fit into. i am a wife. i'm a mother. i'm a black republican who cares about america and cares about all people, so you know, i'm going to continue with my positive unifying language and try and do everything i can to help our future generations. >> dean: do you feel like along with the identity politics because they can't win on policy >> well if they could win on policy they work on policy. this is again we continue to hear this. why is nancy pelosi trying to continuously trying to take
people like me out? it's because you know, i try and do everything i can to bring people along to say that these policies are ones that list people out of poverty. the policies that i promote are the ones that tell people that in this country, no one is pre- destined to be poor. that if you're able to work hard , if you put your efforts, if you try and if we do everything to give opportunities that you take those opportunities and you run with them and independent people are the ones that give back and so we want everyone to be good contributing members of society. you take care of yourself, take care of your community. you're able to take care of your state and your country. >> abby: you should never be in a position where you feel like you have to defend yourself as a republican woman and african american republican congress woman. you're doing some great things. >> pete: great stuff. >> i can tell you i love the state of utah. utah has proven that they don't care about that. they were willing to send the
first black female republican and this state is just in credible example to i think the nation so hopefully more will come. >> pete: it's a good point. >> abby: i am with you there completely. mia love thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> dean: thank you foreseeing former president and first lady stay in the game so long and be so political. >> pete: i'm older than you two put together. >> abby: we were just talking about george w. bush and how he's painting and doing rides to help veterans and different ways to lead the white house. well this vol untour firefighter and his two young children it's a horrible story killed by an illegal immigrant on a texas highway. the driver only got two years in jail for that horrific crime and the heart broken widow is fighting for justice. you'll hear from her you don't want to miss that it's next. >> pete: president trump's calm before the storm comment has everyone buzzing and freaking out, but what does he really mean? well dr. james mitchell the man who interrogated the #/11 mastermind is here with some insight just ahead.
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other human beings that becomes her job. >> in a new interview house speaker paul ryan says president trump's heart is in the right place on race relations. oops i misread that his heart is in the white place. >> [applause] >> pete: if you've watched late night tv recently it's no longer leno and letterman. it's leftism and it's not hard to see if you watch just 10 minutes so the president up this morning tweeting about late night commedians not being very funny. the president tweeted late night hosts are dealing with the democrats referring to chuck schumer for very unfunny and repetitive material, always anti -trump should we get equal time? goes on to tweet more and more people are suggesting that republicans should be given equal time on tv when you look at the one-sided coverage and it's like it's now late night. we know cable tv and other places will be one-sided but dean it's amazing to watch how far they've gone. >> dean: i know a lot of these guys and i like them personally and it's fine to put out a couple jokes, a couple jokes but when they're basing their entire
monologue and almost their whole show on being anti-trump it's enough and i think there will be a backlash and people will say it's not funny enough, let's move on. >> abby: when you're alienating half of the country, when you're focused so much on making jokes about the republican party or the president himself, are you surprised by the ratings? it's one thing young people aren't watching tv as much, i'm certainly not up watching shows any more. i miss letterman. >> dean: you're still a young person. >> abby: but are you surprised we've seen a decline in the rating? >> dean: there's a reason for all of the different media. >> pete: a lot of white males pointing it out. >> dean: but when you're constantly being negative towards it, it's a one trick pony, enough already. spread it out and do something different and then it's really odd to see well like the thing on fallon with the thank you notes. that's she lost. hillary clinton lost. >> abby: but did people see this >> pete: we have that clip? watch it thank you notes to hillary. thank you, hillary clinton for
being the first female presidential candidate nominate nominated by a major party. for handling this difficult transition with more grace than i ever could have imagined. that being said call me day or night and i will be there with a gallon of ice cream and two spoons to tell you girl you are so much better than him. >> for always sticking to the issues even as people criticize you for superficial things like your hair, your wardrobe and your appearance. you showed girls everywhere that politics isn't a popularity contest because if it were, you would have won by about 3 million votes. >> standing up to critics who said that a woman couldn't be president because they would be too emotional, impulsive and un predictable. >> so glad we didn't end up with someone like that. >> dean: we didn't even need to add the music. >> pete: i'm uncomfortable right here and i'm next to you and i wouldn't be. >> abby: those are producers of the show by the way. these aren't just hillary clinton fans that got the opportunity to write thank you notes for her.
that would be one thing but you've got the music in the background. these are people that produce and write for the show. >> dean: but that's where you get it from. >> pete: but again, he wouldn't say it if he didn't believe it himself so i think he would try to move it back, so unleave aboutly divisive. i wish it weren't so and it may have a big bash lash. >> dean: at the end of the show we might play that music and abbey might write thank you notes to you. >> dean: that would be amazing i couldn't even keep a straight face. >> abby: i don't even need to write thank you notes. i think our audience has. >> pete: our in box is a thank you notes. >> abby: friends@fox news.com. >> dean: i'd love it it's great thank you. >> abby: turning to extreme weather we're following the gulf coast is bracing for another hurricane after it killed at least 24 people in central america. meteorologist lick are is here tracking that storm. rick what can we expect? >> rick: the storm moving really quickly that means it gets here quickly and will feel like there's not a lot lot of temperature to prepare so the rainfall totals will be kept down quite a bit. we've been talking about when
hurricane season is. here you go, we are right towards after the peak of hurricane season. we have one extra little kind of a secondary peak we call in october and that's right about where we are and then it drops down toward the end of november. that's the good news and the short-term we've got the storm right here. hurricane hunters have been flying in and out of this this morning with the winds now up to 85 miles an hour all of the heaviest winds though are to the east side of the storm, so it's the east side that will take the brunt of it. certainly from the storm surge but also the strongest of the winds, the west side only getting winds around 10-20 miles an hour. if the storm skirts to the east of new orleans that's good news for new orleans but mississippi coastline and throughout alabama and in the florida panhandle as well i'll tell you satellite imagery looking good if it has more time over water we could see it strengthen more and that is certainly a possibility officially they are calling for landfall tonight around midnight and that is at a category 190- mile an hour storm could be a little bit stronger than that so certainly need to prepare.
after that it very quickly moves up the shore or up the coast into the tennessee valley towards the ohio valley and across parts of the northeast. it will be gone off of the northeast by the time we get towards tuesday morning so a very quick mover that's good news we won't be talking about this for all that long. guys? >> abby: still hurricane seasonal the end of november. rick richmuth we'll keep a close eye on that thank you. >> pete: been a busy one. >> abby: a heartbreaking one. okay i do want to bring headlines we're following new disturbing details this morning about the man who went on a shooting spree at a congressional baseball practice this summer. according to a virginia state attorney's report james hodgkin son was "fueled by rage against republican legislators" and he also known for the case the field for weeks and fired nearly 70 rounds before congressman steve scalise's protection returned fire eventually killing hodgkinson. and illegal immigration was at a drivers license responsible for this car wreck that killed a volunteer firefighter two young
children ages four and 22 months and now the heart broken widow and mother is fighting for justice. the killer getting a sense of only two years behind bars courtney hacking is outraged about this and emotional as you can imagine speaking earlier on the show. >> they come here and they commit a larger crime and they get a slap on the wrist and get to go home so i want to see those laws enforced and stricter punishment. >> abby: she's an incredible woman. she gets her strength from her family as she has four more boys at home. our thoughts are with her and president trump signs a proclamation declaring monday as columbus day. our commander-in-chief encouraging all americans to celebrate the arrival of europeans to the americas, but not everyone is excited about it , antifa groups announcing a national campaign appearing to call on activists to destroy christopher columbus monuments this after several columbus statues around the country have already been vandalized and that leads to this story dr. seuss a
mural is being removed from a massachusetts museum because some people consider it racist all because of this chinese character depicted with chop sticks and other stereotypes. the mural will be replaced by another dr. seuss story. okay we'll have to leave it there. >> dean: dr. seuss replaced. >> pete: grew up on dr. seuss. couple decades before you. it's just shocking and the things they're trying to bring down it's a sad thing to see. >> abby: where does it end? >> dean: it's history. you can't just erase it. >> abby: well, coming up more of my exclusive interview with my dad and mom the new ambassador to russia what my parents say about their move to moscow and their message to all of those who serve. >> dean: and seven freaking out about president trump's calm before the storm comment, but what does he really mean? dr. james mitchell who interrogated the 9/11 mastermind is here with some insights, next i had to make a claim and all that? is that whole thing still dragging on? no, i took some pics with the app and...
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>> pete: president trump with a critic message for the media. oh, i guess that's not it is it? >> abby: that is the wrong video >> dean: it's live television and my first time. >> president trump: this represents maybe it's the calm before the storm. but the storm could be the calm before the storm. what storm, mr. president? >> president trump: you'll find out. >> abby: what storm, mr. president? so what could he really mean by that? joining us now to weigh in the author of enhanced interrogation , dr. james mitchell. doctor, no one better to help all of us try and make sense of what the president is saying here. he originally said it's surround ed by a group of general s that obviously advised him, what do you think he's referring to? >> well, i think that we shouldn't be reading too much into that. he's a showman, and he's a self- promoter and i think that his default approach is to create drama and interest and
have people wondering what's happening next, because those are skills that has helped him become rich and famous and very often, we default back to those things that we're good at and i think that's what's happening. the other thing that i thinks happening is that and i enjoy it because his election was like throwing a hand grenade in the swamp. >> abby: [laughter] >> guys like me we look at this and we're just delighted every time he opens his mouth because of the reaction. i think he's trolling the press too. you know, the weird thing about it is and it seems odd to me they don't seem to notice it is that he controls their focus. he controls their attention and he guarantees that they're not focusing on the sorts of things that he's working on. they're focusing on finding some way to discredit him and it has, you know he controls the focus. he controls the news. >> dean: interesting you say that, sir because look at this exhibit a. why did he say that?
>> it comes as officials tell cnn president trump is prepared to decertify the iran nuclear deal. >> it's incredibly wreckless and the bar is so low it's buried way underground but it's incredibly wreckless rhetoric to talk about the calm before the storm and laughing. >> you could see when he said it three seconds afterwards he literally had a smile. now if you're talking about a storm or fire, you're not smiling. >> he literally winged. we have to stop trying to analyze what he says and it's just tourettes of silliness when people catch their breath in this town, when they told their breath in this town, when he says something like that, you have a smile on your face. is that somewhat satisfying? >> no i just picture people in this town actually holding their breath, it might be welcome surprise for most of america. >> abby: [laughter] >> that's actually what i was talking about. if the world leaders are going
to base their policy on some off the cuff comment that the president may control the press when we've got bigger problems. >> dean: no question about that. >> abby: you do wonder though when we're talking about national security is he sending a message to leaders in iran? is he saiding a message to kim jong-un? is he talking about progress we've making with isis? do you think that is an interesting and productive strategy to keep them on their toes? nobody knows who he's referring to. >> well that's part of it. i think one of the side effects and i don't know i hope it's deliberate but one of the side effects is that it keeps people guessing, and in particular it keeps those people whose trying to influence with our foreign policy guessing, and that's not such a bad strategy because our folks before have been so ultimately predictable that they could develop workarounds but you never know. i'm delighted that he's as un predictable as he is because
that means when they come to the table to deal with our diplomats as they try to make treaties and things, they're paying attention , they're not going to be expecting normal. >> pete: so you think being a little bit off base is an effective strategy? >> could be. it depends on the person. you know, here is what's true for most of us. our strengths are also our greatest weakness. you know a person who has a lot of attention to detail can become so paralyzed under stress they overfocus on individual details they can't do anything and this habit that he has creating drama and saying things off the cuff could ultimately end up not benefiting him but hopefully, he's bright enough to see when he should use it. >> abby: yeah. all right dr. james mitchell great to have you on and gate your perspective. if you don't know what he's referring to nobody does. have a great saturday sir.
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>> abby: talking about familial morning long and you have a son and how important that is to both of us. well my parents are off to moscow. >> dean: which is amazing your dad is the new ambassador to russia and everybody knows about that so you got to interview your parents. >> abby: my parents and my dad and the rock of our entire family, my mom who keep us all in line seven kids, i have two brothers serving in the military and i spoke to both of them about this move. mom how are you feeling? you are most important piece of this whole puzzle because you've done a move like this 15 times. you just have to get up and go. we are always running by the seat of our pants and the night before dad asked me to marry him he said i hope you're ready for an exciting life but it's one filled with service so when this
job came up, i really didn't even bat an eye. i just said do you know what let's do it. >> abby: it's going to be tough you're leaving five of the seven kids behind, you've got more grandkids on the way. >> i'm reminded at the men and women that are in uniform and those that are in this building the state department that go out anywhere in the world and go to the same town and leaving family , loafing parents that are aging, missing graduations, missing births of grandchildren. >> abby: you pass down to the grandkids exactly what you guys taught us and that service and that's giving back and helping other people and we're so grateful that we get to bring in other life into this world and have that example to live by because that's what makes us all better people and makes this country better. and you two are about to go spend the next how many months, years of your life giving back. you probably couldn't do it without mom. i couldn't do it without mom.
she's the best attribute that the united states will have. >> abby: she's certainly a pretty one. no question about that, but i'm grateful to my own dad for instilling in me the sense of service and sacrifice, is what i was raised with and all of you were raised with the same and that is really the price for living in this country and for having citizenship and the greatest land ever is service and i think americans understand that and in all walks of life they all want to help, they all want to do something to repay this country for what its done for them. basic freedom and liberty and this is our small way of giving back thanks to the president for askings to do it. >> abby: you wear this every day i wear this every day. i cry if i talk too much about it but it's a gift from your dad , that says please protect them with the initials of your
two brothers in the u.s. never it and i think about every day the men and women serving our country. i think about our two sons and i think about our children, and it's something that i cling on to every day and all i can say is please protect them and it just gives me that strength and that hope to get through each day. >> abby: they give us all strength in this family. every time we feel like we have a hard day we think about john and will and whatever they're going through is more challeng ing and difficult but they're so proud to do it. >> its made it so that there was no question when your dad was asked to do this. my goodness of course. >> abby: we'll be stronger as a family going through this again. >> we will. a lot of skype. >> abby: how do we communicate there? >> we'll talk about that later. [laughter] >> abby: i love you guys so much >> thanks, abbey. >> abby: how many moments now with my phone with my dad, it's going to be a different life for our family for the next little
while. >> pete: your dad has been a statesman forever but what a family you guys have. amazing your two brothers in the navy god bless them and i hope they stay safe and amazing to see the necklace? >> abby: the necklace of their initials of my two brothers. my dad is a statesman, and my brother is the rock but also the color in our family. she's from florida. she hates the cold. i don't know what she will do in moscow. it's freezing almost all year around. >> pete: wow amazing congratulations. >> abby: thank you. i know you're raising your son the same way. more fox & friends up next. >> pete: what a family. ♪ we are family, i've got all my sisters and me, we are family ♪ '. time's up, insufficient prenatal care. and administrative paperwork, your days of drowning people are numbered. same goes for you, budget overruns.
anything? i've been here. you being here. >> dean: that's something that's odd. >> abby: and you're back tomorrow are you ready to do four more hours? >> dean: it's amazing you guys do this every morning it's tough , wonderful but thanks for having me. >> abby: we'll see you tomorrow. >> pete: we have more coming up. >> fox on top of american cities on alert and we are everywhere in new york city on a major terror plot taken down in las vegas where the hunt for a motive is eating up, in new orleans where hurricane nate is barreling down and on wall street where they're wondering what will stop stocks from continuing to melt up. welcome everybody glad to have you you're watching a special live edition at the cost of freedom i'm glad to have you i'm neil cavuto. here are the stories we're track ing right now new york federal prosecutors charging three men in connection with an isis inspired attack targeting times square, concerts and crowded subways. one suspect quoted as saying shoot up concerts because they kill a lot of people. we just walk in with guns in our hands. that's how the paris g