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shannon breen and the fox news at night team up next with another fantastic show. all the news of the day and the opinion you need to get you through the rest of the day. see you tomorrow. >> who doesn't love raymond? very popular guy. thank you so much. welcome to fox news at night. coming up veterans affairs nominee dr. ronnie jackson under fire on numerous fronts and several democrats say they are not even going to think about voting for him if he is for privatizing the system. mark walker weighs in on how to fix the va. the pres.'s travel ban get it today at the supreme court. is the administration poised for a victory? are legal eagles will debate. this is a fox news alert.
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adm. ronnie jackson facing explosive allegations of drinking and driving and wrecking a government vehicle. the pres.'s embattled pick was spot on capitol hill tonight reportedly meeting with sen. tom tillis who is a member of the va committee. there are reports that republican support for the confirmation is dwindling. is anxious to answer the charges. team coverage tonight, kristin fisher will have details on rudy giuliani's efforts to wrap up the special counsel investigation. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge reports on james comey and his friendship with a law professor who had a special deal with the fbi. was a line crossed. we begin with it henry on the latest on dr. jackson. >> fox has confirmed donald trump met with rear admiral ronnie jackson and is hanging in for now mid-reports that the white house is bracing for the possibility that he will throw in the towel.
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i spoke tonight with rob shah and he says the president supports jackson but added, quote, we are prepared for anything. that was jackson who told reporters many of these new allegations are not true after sen. jon tester, top democrat on the committee released a summary of conversations with former colleagues, most of them still in military uniform charged with misconduct including allegations he repeatedly drank on duty and has an explosive temper. this report charges while jackson was on call it the pres. at health issue on several occasions jackson would reach for the medical bag while intoxicated to show he was in charge but on one occasion dr. jackson could not be reached when needed because he was passed out drunk in a hotel room and also alleging at a secret service going away party, jackson got drunk and wrecked a government vehicle, that report just hours after sarah sanders claimed he did a good job with this nomination. republican jared moran said the nominee told him in private he never had a drink and was blunt about saying he's not sure what to believe in all these allegations as democrats suggest
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the nomination may be doomed. >> do you feel he was forthcoming with you? >> i don't have any sense i was not told the truth until i have more information. >> i see no realistic path forward for this appointment and the administration has failed abjectly and utterly failed to do proper vetting. >> reporter: jackson has denied the salacious allegations in the white house citing glowing performance reviews by then president barack obama like this one in october 2016, ronnie does a great job, genuine enthusiasm, poor center pressure, incredible work ethic and follow-through, ronnie continues to inspire the care he provides to me, my family, my team, continuing to promote ahead of his peers, the president getting a vote on the
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senate floor for his pick to be secretary of state, mike pompeo, the current cia director. here is mitch mcconnell on that. >> five democrats of come on board, should have been a lot more, this nomination shouldn't have been so contentious but nevertheless we have the votes and will be confirmed tomorrow. >> the pres. is getting a vote on his ambassador pick from germany, richard brunel, former fox contributor, particularly upset, the democratic delays are finally ending, angela merkel is coming to the white house friday. >> timing can be everything. if he gets past allegations about his behavior democrats worry dr. jackson will become a pushover for the trumpet ministration when it comes to reforming the government to veterans affairs. >> political people in the white house push so hard for privatization, the koch brothers is what they are all about.
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i was going to ask at the hearing how hard are you going to fight, are you willing to be fired fighting for veterans? >> it is called the sloppiest of the dc agencies, even democrats like sen. brown question dusted administrator david shelton's efforts to try to reform it. mark walker, chairman of the republican study committee, great to see you tonight. let's talk about this issue with dr. jackson. on the house i you don't have to play a part in confirming him but how concerned are you about allegations about whether he is going to get to a confirmation hearing? >> anytime allegations -- it is something which took seriously but we see a pattern of character assassination that has happened for many of these nominations to be confirmed but i look back at pres. obama, in 2014 gave great praise to
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doctors, connected and traveled with his family, this was not just -- he said over the years this gentleman performed great service so interesting this information way comes out now. it is something that needs to be vetted but i believe this is a man of character, time will tell. >> he is looking forward to the hearing, he wants to get in and answer the questions, he is anxious to rebut what was said about him. a number from the democrats have said it is a complete no go for him if he is for privatizing in any way the veterans administration. here is a little more about what he had to say. >> i don't know any veterans organizations or individual veterans, hundreds of veterans i talked to pretty regularly in ohio i don't know of any that think privatizing the va does anything except enrich the
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owners of the new privatized va and compromise the care of veterans. >> this is a litmus test for a lot of senate democrats. >> there are pros and cons to privatizing the va. bureaucracies have infiltrated these organizations so sometimes a little slanted. could you cut costs? remember veterans have served the federal government so it is the federal government's responsibility. if you push it off to the private sector that could create additional problems. it is in need of reforms. in 2017 we added the veterans choice act which allows after 30 days these veterans to have quick care, we saw in the obama administration some strong horror stories so members thousand senate, continue to try to improve but it is a big leap to go to privatization at this point. >> we looked at the study by the military time thing last year a third of all medical appointments were outside the
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veterans administration, this is already happening, simply because the va is so overwhelmed, numbers of people, 10 different people on permanent or interim basis the last 10 years or so have had it up this agency, many of them coming in with great promise in bipartisan support. why is it so hard for our veterans to get this right? >> we have not had proper legislation to hold people accountable. we pass legislation in 2017 that allowed us for the first time to go after employees that were not doing their job. the last record we counted, 1873 employees have either been fired, removed or demoted in one year. part of the budget we are adding is to expand that to all federal employees. imagine federal employees that are part of the swamp have to do their job instead of being protected by federal law. heather: they would like to see fewer federal employees and talk about how hard it is if someone
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has legitimately done something wrong it is still difficult to get through the disciplinary process and have real accountability. >> serving on the house oversight committee or remember we brought witnesses, whistleblowers, people watching certain websites all day long and not doing their job but there was no accountability. we are trying to expand the was a blow act to add across the line to all federal agencies and hold more federal employees accountable. shannon: the latest addition to the pres.'s legal team has been vocal about letting robert mueller do his job and tonight there are new indications that could include an interview with the president himself. kristin fisher is tracking the latest development including the surprise meeting between giuliani and robert mueller. what can you tell us? >> renminbi giuliani joined the legal team last week it wasn't clear what exactly his role would be but now it appears he is taking point with robert mueller.
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source still fox news is taking discussions with the special counsel about a possible interview with donald trump and negotiations remain ongoing even after the fbi raid on michael cohen. that rate is said to have rattled the president making a more resistant to sitting down with a special counsel, and this is the very issue that reportedly divided the president and his former lead attorney, resigned because he believed an interview with mueller was too risky and appeared the pres. is poised to ignore that advice and then the cohen rate happened. rudy giuliani joined the team on the mueller probe working alongside thai carbon two others. giuliani says the objective of the teams to end's investigation which distracts from critical issues facing the president as quickly as possible, the president has produced 1.2 million documents, historically unprecedented. we believe it is overwhelming
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prove the pres. did not collude with regards to the 2016 election. if anything else is needed we will consider it but there's an open mind as to the merit, that is a direct reference to a possible interview of trump by mueller. is for that first and about ending the investigation that is why white house officials say they are so excited giuliani joined the team. >> we think given the fact that there has been so much time and money and energy spent on trying to prove russian collusion and no evidence for that may be rudy giuliani can figure out a way to move this investigation toward it end. >> as to whether the president should fire mueller or the deputy attorney general, giuliani has been vocal that both be allowed to do their jobs. he just wants the investigation to end and soon. >> thank you for all the new details. michael cohen is planning on asserting fifth amendment right
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against self-incrimination. in a civil suit by stormy daniels, she said she had a one night stand with donald trump in 2006 and she wants a nondisclosure -- nondisclosure agreement invalidated. coming lawyers as a separate criminal investigation overlaps with issues in the lawsuit brought by daniels so he needs to protect himself legally. daniels's attorney says pleading the fifth is a stunning development. during a town hall tonight james coming that confirms the doj inspector general is taking a look at how he handled his memo, detailing conversations with the present. coming that consists he didn't break the law. >> is it okay for somebody get the fbi to leak something even if it is not classified. >> there's a lot wrong with your question. leak is unauthorized disclosure of classified information. there is nothing protective about this, it wasn't classified, wasn't privileged. >> new questions over comey's
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friendship with the columbia law professor. that professor had a special arrangement with the fbi. chief intelligence correspondent catherine heard reports whether a line may have been crossed. >> columbia law professor daniel richmond confirms he worked for than fbi director james comey as a special government employee, known by the shorthand is ge on an unpaid basis. sources familiar richmond's fbi work said comey is item special projects, he had security clearance and badge access to the building. republican lawmakers want more answers. >> we need to talk to mr. richmond under oath in front of members of the judiciary in the oversight committee. it would have been nice if we had a full understanding of the for relationship is to comey had with the guy who orchestrated this. >> during his june 2017 testimony comey did not describe richmond as an fbi employee. he testified he gave the memos document in conversation with
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the president. >> i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with the reporter, then do it myself for a variety of reasons because i thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. >> it was that? >> a good friend of mine who is a professor at columbia law school. >> another special government employee under scrutiny, judiciary chairman joe crassly and others briefly questions her special status to work at the clinton state department and private sector at the same time. the fbi declined to answer specific questions about richmond's role fox news understands richmond was a talking deck on the clinton email investigation comparing and contrasting clinton's use of an unsecured personal server with the case of retired general david petraeus and sandy berger, the late national security advisor under president clinton. sources tell fox news some or all of the comey memos were shared with one person beyond
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prof. richmond and patrick fitzgerald identified as a likely recipient. mr. fitzgerald, a former special counsel and comey's personal attorneys did not respond to requests for comment. >> all that business goes on at the white house, tim cook met with donald trump today to discuss trade tensions with china, the president has criticized the technology joined in the past over its decision not to cooperate with law-enforcement and pre-encryption. and met with larry kudlow. news on the health of george hw bush, 41 if he is called affectionately has been moved out of the intensive care unit where he is expected to continue his recovery from a blood infection over the next several days. doctors are pleased with his progress. he is alert and talking with hospital staff, family and friends. a rare chance to hear the
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justice's voices themselves, moments away from the travel ban. it is unusual to get same-day audio from inside the court, moments you may find stunning. >> a really new development where he district court asserts the right, without regard to anybody anywhere in the world. >> and deciding bill cosby's fate, asking interesting question minutes into the deliberation. a fox news at night exclusive, we ride along with us marshals in the mission to make america safer. you will only see it here, stay tuned. from capital one. with it, i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy. everything. and that 2% cash back adds up to thousands of dollars each year... so i can keep growing my business in big leaps!
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kagan. what did you make of the events today? >> it was a hot bench. i agree with your observation that justice kennedy was going to vote to uphold the ban and possibly even a couple more, might be as much a 7-to but the real sort of 900 pound gorilla in the room, former comments of the pres. while he was campaigning gave the government attorney some trouble but with the attorney said his even if in his heart of hearts donald trump was motivated by animus against muslims you should still uphold the ban out of deference to the executive and my best guess is that principle is going to prevail. >> whether there is religious discrimination a foot in putting together this been critics say it is aimed at muslims and the current ban has north korea and venezuela, not majority muslim nations. this is what justice alito had
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to say, nice to have same-day video. here is his take on whether this is a muslim man. >> an observer reading this proclamation without taking into account statements think this was a muslim been? i think there are 50 predominantly muslim countries in the world, 5 countries, pfeiffer dumbly muslim countries on this list. the population of the predominantly muslim countries on this list make up about 8% of the world's muslim population. if you look at the 10 countries with the most muslims exactly one, iran, would be on that list of the top 10. would a reasonable observer think this was a muslim been?
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shannon: is that a strong enough argument to get 5 votes to hold this thing? >> definitely. the first part, the challenge is there is no first amendment baseness that foreign aliens have constitutional rights or any precedent that the exclusion of foreign aliens constitutes establishment of religion under the first amendment anyway but putting that aside the reality is the solicitor gen. said before the court today if this was a muslim been it was terribly drafted. it doesn't represent muslims, not based on muslims, it was based on an objective standard applied worldwide by multiple agencies and approved by multiple cabinet officials were 92% of muslims are not banned, countries that are banned include countries that are not majority muslim countries like venezuela and north korea, countries that do not have the means to assure us there methods of issuing passports provide security and safety to the american people. even if the first amendment did apply which is dubious if it does, this is not a violation of the first amendment at all. >> i want to play what justice neil gorsuch said about a single justice can shut something that by issuing an injunction that is
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acting nationwide, shut down of federal law or policy and get reaction from both of you. >> we have a troubling rise of this nationwide injunction, cosmic injunction not limited to relief of the parties that issue or class-action. near as i can tell that is a really new development where district court asserts the right to strike down a federal statute without regard to anybody in the world. what do we do about that? >> to you first to get reaction from both, what do we do about that? >> not sure what he means that it is new. that has always been the ability of the district court if the ban is that broad. only of the point i do think it would be clearly a violation if you could show it was against muslims but alito said let's keep the question out of it. it will prevail even if in the possible animus.
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>> what do you think about this issue, a side issue in this case but a number of people are raising the alarm over the ability of one lower court judge, in places like the ninth circuit they know will probably be hostile to the pres.'s policies. >> the supreme court in 1993 when the district court tried the issue a nationwide been related to gays in the military said it was completely inappropriate for district court to usurp that authority, their authorities over there jurisdiction, not the entire world. if you believe the liberals in this case hillary is sponsoring honeymoon tours in libya, the president specifically identified security and safety risks and it wasn't a district court judge in hawaii's job to usurp that obligation that is uniquely the pres.'s. >> you made harry laugh about the libyan honeymoon. >> it is always hillary. >> we will wait and see what we get come june. thank you both for lending us
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>> shannon: alder hey hospital in liverpool's report of the unlock don't deny that there are supporters of >> hospital in liverpool a lockdown tonight after supporters of the family of baby alfie evans threatened to storm the building. the reaction to another legal defeat. 23-month-old alfie suffers from a neurodegenerative disease, the hospital says there is no hope of recovery but his parents are fighting to transfer him to another facility willing to give unique treatment options a try.
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the hospital continues to block any transfer of the little boy. we will keep you updated. a major development in a decades-old case, officials in california arresting the man they believe is the golden state killer. the identity of the person who murdered 12 people and raped dozens more in the 70s and 80s has been a mystery. more on the man police say did it. >> the investigation has been active 42 years and joseph d'angelo's name was never mentioned until 6 days ago. he has lived unbothered in a sacramento suburb for 3 decades and when the majority of the 45 rapes and 12 murders happened he was a police officer but he was fired from law enforcement for shoplifting a hammer and a can of dog repellent. he never contested his termination and expert say that is likely because he wanted to avoid a deeper investigation. in 1976 the suspect was dubbed
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the east area rapist after a series of sexual assault in east sacramento that all follow the same pattern, prying open window, shining a flashlight in victim's eyes, raping them at knife.and taunting them by calling them on the phone. in 1979, the same year joseph d'angelo left law enforcement in northern california a string of rapes and murders began in southern california. police called that suspect the night stalker. in 2001 with advances in forensic technology investigators found the dna from crimes committed by the livestock are matched the dna from the east area rapist. the last week came in the needle in the haystack. watch. >> a lot of exclusions of other folks, this person who looked like he might be our guy and then we were able to get at least an initial discarded dna sample that gave us more confidence that this was our person and we were able to continue and get a more workable
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sample of dna. >> the sheriff wouldn't clarify where the discarded dna came from or specify how the investigation narrowed in but a former undersheriff who worked this case said the arrest was welcome news. >> this morning i have been able to talk to 5 of the victims we had contact with and tears of joy, tears of joy that they can finally go to sleep and not think about the man who did this. >> current best-selling book about the golden state killer by the late crime writer michelle mcnamara renewed interest in the case but did not offer new evidence. joseph d'angelo was charged with two counts of homicide, now it is 6 and we expect the number to go up. shannon: thank you for updating
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us. a debate in the hands of a dozen jurors, 7 people, 5 women, deliberating in the actor comedian sex assault retrial, bill cosby facing 3 counts of aggravated indecent assault, each one carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. prosecutors say he molested a woman at his home outside philadelphia in 2004. >> bill cosby's fate is in the hands of the jury. bill cosby is accused of assaulting andrew acosta and in his home in january 2004. she was an operations manager at temple university's women's basketball team. cosby was the university trustee. the idiomatic comedy icon faces 3 felony indecent aggravated assault charges and if convicted faces up to 30 years in prison. she alleges cosby invited her to his home, gave her 3. hills and sexually assault her.
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bill cosby admits the two had sexual contact but he says it was consensual. the defense contends the blue pills were benadryl. bill cosby's defenses led by tom desiree who famously defended michael jackson. this retrial took a decisively combative tone. in court he called constant a pathological are, con artist and gold digger. in 2006 bill cosby paid her $3.4 billion in a civil settlement. the defense even blasted konstantin for not going to a doctor after the alleged rape. >> questioning an accuser is not shaming a victim. these accusations are ridiculous. >> the prosecution argued bill cosby has a pattern of using his celebrity to betray the trust of women. 5 other accusers were allowed to testify including supermodel janice dickinson who told the court bill cosby gave her a blue
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pill and sexually assaulted her in 1982. >> this is the first test since the me too movement, the first answer to my question which is how many women does it take before one woman is believed. >> the case ended in this trial, the jury deliberated for 51/2 days, 52 hours and was hopelessly deadlocked. >> we will wait on that jerry. the ground for jillian turner who got access to an elite team of law enforcement trying to make borders safe again. she has an insider report you do not want to miss and the trump administration's next move after a judge rules, time to start adding new dreamers. dle of the . hold on dad... liberty did what? yeah, liberty mutual 24-hour roadside assistance helped him to fix his flat so he could get home safely.
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>> of fox news at night exclusive. a rare look at operation triple beam, and undercover project of the us marshals service to crack down on them is 13 and other violent gangs. traveling to the southern border region, here is jillian turner with our inside report. >> reporter: the us marshals service invited fox news to join the hunt for the worst of the worst, gang leaders, drug dealers, fugitives and human
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traffickers. today's targets, to recap all murder suspects, mission accompanist. >> the merciless job is to grab a body. we have been the us government man hunter since 2009. >> the marshals are kind of your federal sheriff and constable all rolled into one. >> us marshals are currently running operation, a joint effort with state and local police to take on major gangs that proliferate along the border including ms 13, 59 bounty hunters, they are all in the border region to generate revenue any way they can selling drugs, illegal firearms and sex trafficking. >> we have high numbers on the border. >> the world's most dangerous gains consider the us-mexico border their home turf and in this location this should produce several hundred arrests. innocence it is a franchise operation from city to city. they work one location for 90 days at a time and say the strategy has yielded major
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results over time. since 2010, 6000 arrests, 1500 illegal firearms, $1.5 million in cash, $6 million of narcotics. fox news is on the scene in a parking lot known to be a favorite spot for local dealers. the acting deputy director exclaims the initiative spread across the country to route out gang members wherever they are. the goal is simple and straightforward, protect americans in cities and towns where they live. >> whether it is ms 13 or another game terrorize our community. >> they claim they strive to say outside the fray of washington politics telling fox news his focus is on what communities need and as marshals execute their mission without focusing on citizenship status of the people they protect. they just want to get the bad guys. >> and other federal judge
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willing against the trump administration on hundreds of thousands of so-called dreamers, young immigrants his status is and clear thanks to an obama era available to. the trump administration says it is not legal, the white house has 90 days to better explain its position on daca or start accepting new applicants. deficient was asked about the ruling earlier today. >> it made sense for the administration to revisit the bipartisan daca akamai's proposed earlier this year. >> daca was rejected by congress. congress did not pass it and the president said he could not do it on his own. >> let's bring in tonight's panel. syndicated radio host leslie marshall and radio host larry o'connor, great to have you both with us tonight. unlike two of the judges ruled
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against the administration saying you can't shut down the daca program this one that you have to reopen it and within 90 days start taking new applications or else. >> daca was not legislation by congress i didn't allow by barack obama. it wasn't constitutional amendment to an executive order. it was a memo for a federal court to decide a new president can't reverse the memorandum from the prior pres. why not suspend elections? just have some caretaker for everything barack obama did because we can't change anything, ridiculous. >> congressman goodlatte said the daca program was unilaterally created by the obama administration and homeland security sec. napolitano, just as easily as it was issued it can be rescinded. presidential policy is not set in stone and often changes from one administration to the next. three judges do not agree.
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>> reporter: three judges don't agree and we might note the third was a george w. bush appointee and that is a republican president so this is not partisan. he is saying you have 90 days to tell me with regard to criminality, jeff sessions and the department of justice in the past and even recently has said this has to do with the issue of national security and protecting and securing the border. we are talking about 690,000 individuals who are within our borders who we know we don't have the means or finances to deport. to constantly say congresses and passing it, of course they haven't passed it because they constantly have other line items like the wall attached to such pieces of legislation. >> here's more of what the judge said, neither the meager legal reasoning or the assessment of litigation risks were provided by dhs to support the decision cigarette of daca, sustained
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termination of the daca program but if they keep ruling in favor of daca not only to keep it alive but renew it, what motivation is there going to be for democrats to negotiate? >> none. this will go to the supreme court and there's still a lawsuit against the constitutionality of daca in the first place because barack obama overstepped his bounds by trying to write in legislation via the executive branch which he couldn't do but the fact this is a george w. bush appointee is meaningless, it reinforces that something scary is going on in the federal courts right now. of this judge wants to write law he should run for office but the judicial branch is not supposed to do this sort of thing and overstepped their bounds. you know how i know this is a bad decision, when hillary clinton was running for president it was only a year and a half ago she was running thing don't select donald trump, he will reverse daca. barack obama was a don't elect
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donald trump, they were not saying don't worry, it can't be reversed because it would be unconstitutional. this is something that can be reversed by this president. >> do republicans now have more motivation to get to the table and make a deal? if not it looked like the judge will reopen the floodgates. >> definitely although larry says democrats don't have much incentive, i will agree with you there. one reason i know it is a good deal is i agree with the judge's decision. all joking aside republicans are going to have to come to the table but the reality is the constituents throughout the country left or right, majority of people don't feel these individuals who came here as children with their parents should be punished. they look at them differently. >> you are chomping at the bit but we have to leave it there. we will discuss it again. appreciate it. it has been 10 months since the
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>> jen 142017 a gunman opened fire on members of the republican congressional baseball team. steve scalise is still recovering and four others were wounded. lawmakers made the emotional journey back to the field. >> this baseball field i think it minimizes what makes america great. >> senior congressional chad pogrom was there to be with them today. >> this was unfinished business. baseball practice started last june on a sweltering morning, finished actually missed in april. this was more than just a practice. it was a therapy session for members of congress who hadn't been on the field in 10 months. chuck fleishman of tennessee and rodney davis of illinois came to
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the field in alexandria, virginia to loosen the muscles ahead of the season, and recall last june's or where they spread for their lives. >> fred he was on third base, the shooter pointed the gun right at him and missed which larry and i went and laid down over here somewhere, might have been a little further up over here and when it didn't stop, the barrage continued, i made a run for the dugout and i knew there were people in the dugout and all i could think of, i didn't know the shooter had moved from where he was around this way, i thought he was over here and all i could think about when i was running is he's going to shoot me in the back. >> whenever i walk out of the one exit we had i remember looking up and seeing the shed i hid behind and look over there and immediately flash back to when i got my bearings.
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looking to my right and seeing steve scalise down and from my perspective he wasn't moving. that is a horrific scene i will never get over. >> gutwrenching to know i'm 15 miles from where two of my officers were injured, some were critically injured. >> reporter: the us capitol police chief says things will be different this season. >> last year was an eye-opener, members of congress really feel that vulnerability that exists, the threats are real and we will have a robust presence, the game that occurs in june. >> they were practice some of the field in alexandria and other locations for security purposes but the first face dugout where many players fled for safety was still a bullet hole when they went to practice in alexandria, that will be a reminder of the terror here.
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>> a fantastic look and remembering what it is like to go through that. earlier in the hour we told you about the good news on george hw bush's health, you will be getting much more next, stay around.
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>> shannon: just days ago, former president george hlb bush wore a pair of socks with books on him to honor the life of his >> just days ago pres. george hw bush where a pair of socks with books on them to honor the life of his late wife barbara bush at her funeral in honor for work for literacy. the entrepreneur with down syndrome is cofounder and chief happiness ofc. after the former first lady pathway the former president reached out to see if he could wear a pair of these socks to the funeral. we are told all proceeds will go to barbara bush's foundation for family literacy. we wish him all the best. john was on with martha maccallum earlier tonight.
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you will be inspired by this young man. most-watched, most trusted and grateful you spend the evening with us, shannon bream, see you tomorrow night for fox news at night. >> thursday, april 26, 2018, the hunt for a cop killer expanded. >> we have issued a nationwide alert, the suspect should be considered armed and dangerous. >> authorities in may launch a dragnet after a deputy is killed. cold case cracked decades after his reign of terror, police same at the golden state killer. who he is and how he pled -- managed to hide in plain sight all these years. donald trump and kanye west turn


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