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inspiration to us all. patty: 1 of many remarkable moment last night with guests in the state of the union. that wraps it up for the 4:00 am hour on "fox and friends" first but it continues now, see you tomorrow. >> the state of the union is strong because our people are strong. we are building a strong, safe and proud america. we created 2.4 million new jobs, african-american unemployment stand at the lowest rate ever. the stock market has smashed one record after another. we enacted the biggest tax cuts and reforms in american history. we have ended the war on beautiful clean coal. we repealed the core of the disastrous obamacare.
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the era of economic surrender is over. it is time to rebuild our humbling infrastructure. we will continue our fight until isis is defeated. we proudly stand for the national anthem. these outdated immigration rules, finally bring our immigration system into the 21st century because americans are dreamers too. this in fact is our new american moment. there has never been a better time to start living the american dream politics aside and finally get the job done. people dreamed this country,
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people built this country and the people who are making america great again. ♪ america ♪ america ♪ lift me up ♪ jillian: good wednesday morning, live look outside, different scene than yesterday. donald trump delivering a powerful first state of the union speech touting a strong, safe and proud america. >> the third of august address ever laying out his aggressive agenda calling for democrats and republicans to put america first you are watching "fox and friends" first this wednesday morning. >> display democrats refusing to
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stand donald trump's speech was interrupted by applause 111 times. >> team coverage beginning with griff jenkins live in washington. what is going on? >> reporter: striking a tone of unity and optimism for bipartisanship, the new american moment saying there has never been a better time to start living the american dream as he highlighted administration successes in the first year with job creation and passage of his tax reform. >> since the election we created 2.4 million new jobs. unemployment claims have hit a 45 year low. the stock market has smashed one record after another gaining $8 trillion in more in value. we repealed the core of the disastrous obamacare.
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the individual mandate is now gone. >> he called on congress to produce an infrastructure bill giving more detail on long-standing premise to rebuild aging and crumbling system. >> tonight i'm calling on congress to produce a bill that generates at least $1.5 trillion for the new infrastructure investment that our country so desperately needs. together we can reclaim our great building heritage and we will do it with american heart, american hands and american regret. >> he had tough words for north korea warning of a growing threat. >> no regime has oppressed its own citizens more totally, more brutally than the cruel dictatorship in north korea.
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north korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear missiles could very soon threaten our homeland. >> he reached out to democrats selling his plan noting past administrations failure to deliver telling them it is time to get the job done. >> these four pillars will produce legislation that fulfills my ironclad pledge to sign a bill that puts america first. [applause] >> lets come together, put politics aside and finally get the job done. >> democrats sat stonefaced offering little applause and refusing at times to stand. in massachusetts congressman joe kennedy delivered the democrat response. rob: nancy pelosi, the look on
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her face. i don't think she is going to take years off of her life she was so angry. many democrats refusing to stand or even clap despite donald trump's policies which he says help all americans. jillian: the black caucus sitting on their hands as he mentioned the historically low unemployment rate for african-americans. democrats stay seated for a number of topics included tax reform, even when the president mentioned god. rob: congressman joe kennedy and bernie sanders using the rebuttal to slam the president. >> many spent the last year anxious, angry, afraid. we are bombarded with one false choice after another. police may land a punch, they
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may leave a mark, but they have never, not once in the history of our united states managed to match the strength and spirit of the people united in defense of their future. >> i don't understand how a president of the united states can give a state of the union speech and not mention climate change. the american people do not want a president who is compulsively dishonest, who is a bully, who actively represents the interests of the billionaire class, who is anti-science and is trying to divide us up. >> more than a dozen democrats ended up boycotting the state of the union including maxine waters who is planning to deliver her a bottle tonight. jillian: presidential speechwriter, thank you for joining us. what did you think of the speech? >> i thought it was a magnificent speech, trump did
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what he was supposed to do, he went in, laid out his list of accomplishments from year one and laid out. out and the tax forms in place we have seen 3 million american workers receive bonuses from 300 companies and just laying out the success of that, democrats sat stonefaced. i was cracking up at nancy pelosi's face, not one of them voted for the tax reform that is already impacted millions and millions of american workers putting real money, i loved the lines in the speech, the era of economic surrender is over, there has never been a greater time to live the american dream. he kept using the phrase together we can and i love the fact he used it again. it was a unifying speech and the overall theme was it is one of
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americanism, americans regardless of race, party, and a better place, a better future and i love the fact that every person sitting in the box he was referencing was highlighting their story, the policy he put in place and positive impact of that agenda. the parents of the girl slain by the ms 13 gang members and the north korean gentlemen holding up his crutches, those were two powerful moments. donald trump as always when it comes time with his joint address, saudi arabia pulling last night, he hit a homerun. >> i have seen good and bad in both political parties but right now what the president is doing and has led the republicans to do is focus on issues the do matter and that will rally people to vote and affect
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everybody. the problem with democrats is they are wrapped up in identity politics, bernie sanders's biggest complaint was he didn't talk about climate change, that is an issue i will give them that. that affects people as it does the tax-cut. >> democrats are complaining about climate change and donald trump is talking about real jobs and real money and wage increase and bright future and the economy taking off, voted for obama once or twice voted for donald trump in 2016 because he was addressing the need and impact in daily lives, not the climate change and what was interesting about kennedy's response was talking about fear and all these things, donald trump was talking about hope and a brighter future and not inside the chamber but responses to his
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speech, one of hope, there is is one of fear and there is a clear difference in how they addressed that. >> thank you for joining us this morning. what do you think of the first state of the union and his message to americans? email is at friendsfirst@foxnews.com, instagram pages. donald trump's first state of the union putting america first. >> together we are rediscovering the american way. there has never been a better time to start living the american dream. americans are dreamers too. >> what did voters think? new dials overnight. lee carter live with those coming up next. >> a guy who took a bullet almost died and was back to work 31/2 months later.
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dreamers too. >> this went over fairly well compared to a lot of the speech. >> democrats gave it a d. we need to look at the reaction was very strong and democrats reacted pretty fairly throughout, not really having huge moments. that is a win and america first, americans are dreamers too resonated across the board. >> what was the great you gave it? >> republican to dependence in a, democrats a be. >> great news for america, listen to that. >> great news for americans, 401(k), retirement, pension and college savings accounts have gone through the roof and just as i promised, the american people from this podium 11 months ago we and acted the
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biggest tax cuts and reforms in american history. jillian: how did this go over? >> republicans and independents gave it an a-and democrats gave it a b plus. democrats not necessarily on board with tax reform as much of independents and republicans but amazing to watch the approval of the text later got a. when it was passed a third of americans approved it, now half. when he talks about this achievement, we did this together, it resonated with independents and republicans. >> not merely criminals but enemy combatants. >> do things like place bombs in civilian hospitals are evil. when possible, we have no choice but to annihilate them. when necessary. we must be able to detain and question them. we must be clear terrorists are not merely criminals, they are
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unlawful enemy combatants. >> republicans and independents gave this in a, democrats gave it a c. one thing that seems consistently, the beginning of the candidacy, when he talks about the strength of our defense, get strong on terrorism, it does resonate across the board. heather: the grades are pretty consistent across the board. this final piece of the speech last night, people were clapping, people were excited about this, donald trump had this to say about the reminder why we stand for the national anthem. >> the president's reverence for those who served our nation reminds us why we salute our flag, why we put our hands on our hearts for the pledge of allegiance and why we proudly
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stand for the national anthem. >> that got a huge round of applause. >> independents an a-democrats see the response, it resonated with american voters, started as a tradition when ronald reagan brought in the deck at, people loved it. >> thank you very much, appreciate it. >> 90 minutes after stronger growth and booming stock market. a picture of the first year, next guest is the president -- >> negative nancy pelosi, look at that. the internet can't get enough of this. ♪
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>> more on the president's aggressive agenda, thank you for joining us, we appreciate it. >> you just heard it, donald trump talking about jobs and manufacturing, talking about tax cuts. what did you think? >> a beautiful thing, millions of americans, 3 million impacted by jobs giving back to their employers in the form of increasing wages or hiring workers so this is yet to be seen in americans paycheck coming next month but is being seen in terms of companies giving back, not just the federal government so this is a big thing, he did a great job conveying this message. >> look at this infrastructure plan and pull out some bullet points, we are talking $1.5 trillion in bridges, roads,
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airports, everything else over the next decade and they want to do a combination here, federal money, state money, private money as well. in the president hates regulation and was to illuminate redundancies and inefficiencies, it can take to build a road, people like bernie sanders hate mixing private and public in this plan. tell me what you think. >> you don't want federal government money when we have data behind it. public-private partnership 7 used in the past although it is unusual, highways usually get 20% funding from local and state governments. it is an unusual circumstance but a great idea and i think it will work. >> the empire state building was
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built in a year. >> let's talk about trade and the fact that he did stress america finally turned the page on decades of unfair trade deals. >> not that he is against free trade, it is fair and reciprocal trade. the fact is america is open for business, put america first, that does not mean america alone. he would not have been in dollars that the world economic forum if he was a protectionist and in the end he just wants to protect american jobs in the us and that benefits american people cracking down on unfair trade practices and he is doing a great job of that. >> they don't to turn around and buy our stuff back. thank you for coming on this
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>> i call on all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground and summon the unity we need to deliver for the
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people because americans are dreamers too. i will not stop until our veterans are properly taken care of. at least $1.5 trillion for the new infrastructure investment in our country so desperately needs. north korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear missiles could very soon threaten our homeland. i will not repeat the mistakes past administrations that got us into this very dangerous position. motto is in god we trust. our nation will forever be safe, strong, proud, mighty and free. jillian: donald trump laying out his aggressive agenda for 2018 calling for unity in an inspirational first state of the union. rob: a strong message to rogue
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regimes to north korea expressing confidence in his plan to defeat isis while ramping up the pressure on north korea. >> a plan to take out terror. >> a number of emotional moments but a resounding message, and in donald trump's crosshairs north korea, modernizing the nuclear arsenal and waging a campaign of maximum pressure on the face of its threat on our homeland, the president acknowledged the family of otto warmbeer who suffered injuries in north korean captivity. >> you are powerful witnesses to a minister threatens our world, and it inspires us all. >> we pledged to honor auto's
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memory with total american resolve. >> donald trump told a powerful story of a north korean defector. >> a starving boy in north korea. and a railroad car, to barter for a few scraps of food which were very hard to get. in the process he passed out on the train tracks exhausted from hunger. he woke up as a train ran over his limbs. today he has a new leg but i understand you still keep those old crutches as a reminder. your great sacrifice is an inspiration to us all. >> the president doubled down,
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in guantánamo bay, prior to the address, donald trump signed an executive order to keep gitmo open and as general mattis to re-examine military detention policies. not only a 10 on the economy but the homeland but a ton on foreign-policy as well. >> donald trump touting in the first state of the union outlining aggressive agenda with confidence. railing against the response, and glad blake zimmerman, political commentator, very familiar if you watched the show yesterday. we want to start off with this, a lot of people on the left say it wasn't bringing people together at all. >> i would have to agree with that, part of my comments yesterday all about this
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rhetoric, what do those policies say? sounded great, sounded -- at the end of the day, what is he planning to do today? i do not care what the president said yesterday. i care what the president does today and that is how we look at it. what is he going to do now that he delivered that riveting speech, how is he going to implement policies that reflect that. >> what did you think of the speech? >> they stood for nothing. democrats should be very ashamed of themselves the way they comported themselves. wendy said she would like to see words turn into action. the president doesn't act alone. we need democrats and democrats need to take the president's hands, he is willing to extend
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it. it is a tremendously missed opportunity. >> as we might have expected the most partisan issue we have is immigration. the biggest blue i heard all night was when he talked about ending chain migration when discussing immigration in this country. the last night's speech make it tougher to get that immigration deal even though 1.8 million people become citizens of this country? >> the bipartisan language, the bipartisan manner, it sets on the back burner, that is an issue. republicans have the house, republicans have the senate and republicans have the executive branch. and don't forget who is running the government and let's not make this a democrat issue, this
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is something that has been done for all the state of the union's, and if he is in opposing political party, not a democrat or republican thing, doesn't transition here. >> putting 1.8 million on the table is a fascinating move and shows the president doesn't care how many give amnesty to as long as he gives that wall, the wall is what he promised, he is going to make it happen. how do democrats turn this deal down if he adds to that? >> democrats have to learn to love america more than they hate the president, come to the table, and these problems exist in the country and democratic problems. and there is no doubt we have to solve immigration.
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and what obama created that is unconstitutional. dumped in on the next president. talked about chain migration and lottery system, dealing with dreamers fairly and equitably. he is not an ideologue, he will make a deal, democrats should take it. >> a slow start, got a lot of progress done as well as the midterms. >> this is the midterms. any president that has come in around the midterm, the lowest approval rating in modern history. and needs to get this done, and this is something that can gain bipartisan support but i remind everyone this country will run out of money a week from thursday. that is something we have to address and the way how we deal
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with this, there are important ramifications in 2018. >> how is it looking? >> americans vote with their pocketbooks and when they walk into the voting booth they will have -- am i better off today than i was last year or the year before that or the year before that and i are going to say donald trump delivered. i feel in my checkbook, in my optimism, at the end of the day donald trump will get the credit for doing what he said he was going to do. rob: thanks for coming on this morning, two mornings in a row. jillian: donald trump using his speech to honor patriotism and the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> we proudly stand for the
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about the state of the union address last night, the most tweeted the state of the union or joint session ever, republicans were pleased with the message of patriotism and a robust economy but some democrats including nancy pelosi and chuck schumer say president's speech did more to divide the country and unite it. lindsey graham liked the speech they was a strong speech emphasizing america was open for business going on the offense when it comes to crime and terrorism. i'm pleased to donald trump is empowering our military putting enemies on notice. here is what she had to say, church, family, police, military, the national anthem, trump trying to call on all the tropes of 1950s era nationalism. she didn't like the speech. division aside, ken bone was watching the speech and he
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talked about the applause breaks. had to do a bathroom break, caught back up to live tv less than 3 minutes thanks to all the applause breaks. they were kind of annoying but a silver lining to the applause. >> the blue checkmark next to his name. talk about when donald trump standing for the national anthem this got a ton of reaction. >> he spoke to all the people who neil during the national anthem. this was the most tweeted about moment for the entire speech. >> proudly stand for the national anthem. [applause] >> not everybody stood up,
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ellana on social media pointed do that out, we are proud to stand for the national anthem. democrats remain seated. the aclu, and a way to encourage people to protest saying we can hear the dog whistle from over here, hashtag take a knee. we will see what happened. >> the best part of the whole thing. heather: she did not like the speech. she took to twitter thing tonight donald trump presented a self-congratulatory speech without vision, promised unity, america deserves a better state of the union. did you see her face? a lot of people took notice. let's take a look at these
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tweets. another tweet says the look on his face is priceless. there you have it. >> you take off your girlfriend, have no idea one comment. >> send the president to his room or something. donald trump paying tribute to america's heroes. >> firefighters and police officers and border agents, medics and marines that above all else, they are americans. >> one brave man who nearly lost his life in the line of duty is in the crowd last night, he and the congressman who invited him join us live next. >> let's check in with steve for what is coming up on "fox and friends". >> good morning, coming up on "fox and friends" live from the roof in a chilly washington dc
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great post game reaction to the state of the union address, jason j fits -- chaffetz will be with us, the world famous doctor bill bennett and what was the speech like for the trump family? who better to ask than eric trump, the president's on himself? 12 minutes from now on the channel you trust for your morning news, rob and jillian back with "fox and friends" first in a couple minutes. finally. you're still here? come on, denise. we're voya! we stay with you to and through retirement... ...with solutions to help provide income throughout. i get that voya is with me through retirement, i'm just surprised it means in my kitchen. oh. [whispering] so that means no breakfast? i said there might be breakfast. i was really looking forward to breakfast... i know. voya. helping you to and through retirement.
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>> the president honoring our first responders in the state of the union address and democrats
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brought dreamers as their plus 1 but tom marino brought a state trooper who nearly lost his life in the line of duty. jillian: shot multiple times during a traffic stop spending a month in the hospital and they join us live now. we really appreciate it. why make the decision to bring in another guest? >> in law enforcement, prosecutor for 18 years, and the 10th congressional district in pennsylvania, our way of thinking and honoring corporal kelly, for his service men and women in law enforcement to every day, a dangerous job. rob: after the last eight years and a lot of critics say we have a president who seems to so division between police officers
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and the communities they protect. we have a president, a big supporter of the 1 million police officers in this country how does that make you feel, nearly gave his life for the job. >> the way he recognized first responders for military law enforcement and firefighters -- >> what struck you last night about the address? >> about america first, an honor to be a guest. >> we had another officer who has done an amazing thing as well adopting the child of a heroin addict in a move that i thought was absolutely incredible. what did you think of that choice of guest for the state of the union?
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>> my children are adopted. i see this so many times when i was a prosecutor, unfortunately people who are addicted and mothers who are addicted have babies that are addicted but to adopt that child is just one of the most wonderful things we saw last night. rob: what resonates with you from last night? >> he spoke from the heart and spoke to all americans and outlined where the future is headed. the job creation, the infrastructure, when and a half trillion dollars to rebuild our bridges but more importantly the way he spoke off-the-cuff as far as i was concerned into the homes of the millions of people that were watching him. he is a man of passion and i
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just can't praise him enough for what he said about law enforcement. rob: what did you make of the speech last night and what would you like to see moving forward as far as support for law enforcement? >> i think he is doing a fantastic job when it comes to that when it comes to law enforcement. we are going to be in a great place. jillian: thank you, appreciate it. we appreciate it. jillian: your comments on the state of the union coming up next. [ click, keyboard clacking ] .
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talk to one today and see why we're bullish on the future. this is the story of green mountain coffee roasters dark magic told in the time it takes to brew your cup. first, we head to vermont. and go to our coffee shop. and meet dave. hey. why is dark magic so spell-bindingly good, he asks? let me show you. let's go. so we climb. hike. see a bear. woah. reach the top. dave says dark magic is a bold blend of coffee with rich flavors of uganda, sumatra, colombia and other parts of south america. like these mountains, each amazing on their own. but together? magical. all, for a smoother tasting cup of coffee. green mountain coffee roasters packed with goodness.
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♪ jillian: we asked what do you think of the president's first state of the union and his message to americans. rob: margie on facebook says he spoke from his heart and i'm very encouraged for the future of our country. i haven't felt this way in a very long time. jillian: matthew says excellent speech last night. 100 percent, no. it was exactly the type of speech that trump needed to deliver. >> alison tweets great speech, very emotional. i'm sorry, is he inspirational. some of the dems in congress should be ashamed of themselves with their reactions. jillian: jackie on facebook says president trump was awesome and he didn't use i 105 times it was we can make america great again. >> it was a great speech and a lot to cover on it the big
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team, steve and ainsley and brian are in washington and they are going to have a lot more on this over the next few hours. jillian: nature. thank you so much for watching. hope have you great day. rob: see you later. >> the president of the united states. [cheers and applause] >> the state of our union is strong because our people are strong. [cheers and applause] >> this was a unifying speech. it was a speech to all americans. >> african-american unemployment stands at the lowest rate ever recorded. [cheers and applause] >> the democrats who could barely -- looked like they were at a funeral. they could barely look at the guy. >> my duty is to defend americans and their right to the american dream because americans are dreamers, too. [cheers and applause] >> the message that donald trump outlined tonight is going to put america first. >> let's come together, set politics aside, and finally get the job done. >> he moved a lot of people

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