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minutes ago. jillian: i'm feeling real good right now. jillian: "fox & friends" is coming up next. different studio old studio. same show all the same characters. fantastic. carley: cheesecake pound cake and dancing. not a good combo. >> dozens of the rich and famous accused of bribing their kids' way into college. >> i don't think these parents thought they would get caught. clear they thought they would gte away with it wink, wink, nudge nudge. >> allowing the boeing plane to keep flying. >flying cnn being sued for $257 million. >> what we believe their recording was in this circumstance lies first, coverup second. >> newly released transcripts. former fbi lawyer lisa page says the justice department told agents not to charge hillary clinton. >> this just shows there is a two tier system and
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ms. clinton was treated completely differently than what we saw president trump being treated and that's just wrong. ♪ chanting run joe run. >> i appreciate the energy you showed. show it a little longer i may need it in a few weeks. ♪ ♪ steve: er are the movie varsity blues. this is from the sound track and varsity blues is the name of the operation that caught a whole bunch of famous folks. ainsley: here is the affidavit. more than 200 pages all of the people, the parents allegedly trying to bribe colleges. steve: oh, man. ainsley: fake those to try to get their kids into colleges. brian: the best colleges. actresses felicity huffman and lori loughlin among 33 parents charged.
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loughlin expected to turn herself in today. she is in canada right now. pete: meanwhile todd piro is here in the newsroom with the very latest on operation israelis city blues. >> what a wild story, guys like brian said loughlin expected to turn herself n the next few hours. huffman appearing in federal court on tuesday released on bond. the star met with a witness saying he could control an sat testing center and arrange for someone to proctor her daughter's test and correct it: accused of paying $500,000 in bribes for their daughters to be crew recruits at usc even though they never rowed before. here is the full house star talking about her daughter going to college. >> i think i'm in complete denial. i really am. because when i think about it too much, it will make me cry. i have got to stop. >> a total of 50 people,
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including nine coaches and one high ranking athletics administrator indicted. big time schools targeted. georgetown, yale, stanford, the university of texas, usc and ucla. william singer pleading guilty to taking $25 million using some for bribes, and pocketing the rest. >> make no mistake, this is not a case where parents were acting in the best interests of their children. this is a case where they flaunted their wealth, sparing no expense, to cheat the system. >> get, this the feds adding the investigation continues. more people could be charged. back to you. steve: all right, todd. thank you very much. i think it does go back to 2011. and apparently the feds got wind of this when they were doing another undercover operation, suddenly, wait a minute, people are essentially buying their way into colleges? let's face it, if you have ever tried to get your kids in college you know that you would do anything you could
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possibly do but that involves having them retake the test again or community service or. brian: tutor. steve: doing a better job with their college essay. who knew for 15 to $75,000 this was possible. ainsley: every student who got in through this fraud a genuinely talented one was denied. did these kids -- well they know now. did these kids know what their parents were doing. what leach to teach your kids. we will lie. we will take care of it we will get you in to school. brian: one-on-one with a proctor and that proctor is helping with you the test i assume the kid is read. in one of the wirption they talked about the kid not knowing and singer saying most of the kids don't know. i find it fascinating. by the way it's an ongoing investigation. i don't think there is any way it stops here. as steve mentioned 10 months ago this case started of when a whistleblower came forward and told the fbi about it they unwound the whole thing.
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ainsley: subpoenas, search warrants and wiretapping. brian: they used non-revenue sports to do it. not putting them on a football or basketball team. you are doing it on the sailing team and water polo team. you are doing it in the case of yale at the women's soccer team with a nonathlete and you are photo shopping facing and bios and stories. in it's unbelievable. steve: one of the craziest stories and, see, i don't think the kids knew what. so parents were doing. ainsley: some of them didn't. steve: told by one of the admissions people okay, you are coming here you are a pole have all ter? >> he goes i'm a pole vaulter? will. brian: that's proof. steve: there was a fellow by the name of mark riddell a harvard graduate. much of the academic cheating on the test was done by him. he, at the time, was the director of college entrance exam preparation img academy in florida. what he would do is take the
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sat or the act in place of the kids. give them the answers they needed. or working with the proctor they would change the answers so that they would get up to the right score. and apparently they would guarantee if you are taking the act we can guarantee you will be something in the 30's. if you want a 36 that's perfect. or taking the sats we can get you up to 1800 for $57,000. ainsley: school like harvard they have committee who decide collectively if someone gets. in that's the way schools will have to change their system so that not one person makes the decision and is bribed. brian: i actually did not note system was like this. man, it's going to bring new scrutiny to admission policies and maybe level the playing field for the first time. listen, this is as irresponsible as a parent as leaving a toddler in a mall by themselves. because you are totally. ainsley: or airport. did you hear that story. steve: turn the plane
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around. brian: tell the kids you didn't have to study in high school and don't have to worry about getting into college you will get to the best college. ainsley: i will take kay of you. >> brian put new a place you don't belong and place you haven't earned. meanwhile olivia, lori loughlin's daughter this girl is already a force on the internet. in fact my kids knew about her ahead of time. they said look at what she posted after getting in to school. now we know what their mom and maybe their dad did to get them which the dad did to get them into the school. listen to what they posted. >> i don't know how much of school i'm going to attend but i'm going to go in talk to my deans and everyone and hope i can balance it all. i do want the experience of like game days, partying, i don't really care about school as you guys all know. [laughter] ainsley: she wants to party. doesn't care about school. ainsley: that's probably someone who didn't get accepted to usc. who would have loved the
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opportunity to be in those classrooms. steve: there was a document dump by the republicans on the house judiciary committee. the house sent out hundreds of pages and we're learning more about perhaps the deep state at the department of justice and at the fbi. because in this document dump, they admitted that the fbi was ordered, ladies and gentlemen, remember her? the fbi attorney. she admitted the fbi was ordered by the barack obama department of justice not to consider charging hillary clinton for gross negligence in handling intelligence which is classified. remember, in an early draft of what james comey was -- he was accusing hillary clinton of being grossly negligent. well, gross negligent can be punished with prison time. they changed it to extremely careless. and page testified that there were conversations between the department of justice and the fbi about how to get her off the hook, essentially. ainsley: republicans on the house judiciary committee they released hundreds of
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pages of these transcripts from that hearing with the judiciary committee. this is what one of them said to your point when she was ordered not to charge hillary clinton. she said we had multiple conversations with the justice department about bringing in gross negligence charge. and that's, as i said, the advice that we got from the department was that they did not think that it was constitutionally vegas and not sustainable. then congressman ratliff says when you say advice you got from the department, you are making it sound like it was the department that told you are not going to charge gross negligence because we're the prosecutors and we are telling you we're not going to. and she says that's correct. steve: oh my goodness. brian: this from congressman collins who was on the radio with me in 45 minutes i'm going to release more transcripts. if you like last week's, this is lisa page's day. we found out lisa page is going to release all of this. about 350 pages. now the big question for me what about this insurance policy that we discussed in
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andy's office? andy mccabe doesn't seem to remember in his book tour what they discussed with an insurance policy as relates to the presidency of the united states. now, if i'm going to believe lisa page and what she says and if i understand the summary in which i read, it is essentially lisa page saying crossfire hurricane was an investigation into a possible russian infiltration into the trump campaign. they say being that we didn't think he was going to win, we could take our time. but in the event that you i do die before you are 40 we get we have an insurance policy something they admit in this copy and cross-examination they knew very little about. steve: the scary thing is the fact that this essentially lays bear. it sounds like there was a deep state. we have heard about that for a while. think about this. there is fbi investigation looking into things it's barack obama wants departmen's department ofjustict
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to charge her which the way the department of justice who decides anyway it's the fbi that just does the investigation. >> here is doug collins. >> the president has been unfairly attacked from the moment he was elected november 2016. on many fronts. and now we are beginning to see the vast scope of what most of us view ms. clinton was treated completely differently than what we ended up seeing president trump being treated. that's just wrong. this shows there is a two tier system and we are going to say we are going to get this out and put in ways that people can easily understand not a large but take it methodically as we get them cleared and get them out to the american people. steve: big question is how high up did it go? that is ultimately what everybody wants to know. brian: when that mueller probe word is it's coming out this week. he says i don't necessarily believe it. but there is a lot of noise about it coming out. maybe we will get some more answers. steve: i heard from down in washington there is a possibility that as soon as
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mr. manafort is sentenced, it could be dropped right then. brian: probably affidavitting attorney in hiaffidavit --probably adding an his copier right now. jillian: it's all in my brain. construction worker falls to death at disney world overnight. the man fell behind the france pavilion. calling it an industrial accident no. one else was hurt. extreme weather now. look at that devastating tornadoes tear through new mexico damaging several homes and buildings. you can see the massive funnel ripping through the field. the system sweeping across texas bringing damaging winds and rain in el paso. southwest airlines forced to cancel all flights out of denver overnight as that storm now moves north. the senate is gearing up to block on blocking president trump's national emergency declaration. the vote is scheduled for tomorrow. four republicans are set to join 47 democrats to pass the measure.
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trump plans to veto it meanwhile, republican senator mike lee has a new proposal to limit future national emergency declarations. well, social media lighting up over the way senator mitt romney blows out candles on his twinkie birthday cake. watch? >> look at this. never going to work, is it? jillian: one at a time. people split on bizarre technique. do you also eat twinkies with a knife and fork? catherine writing a lot of people making funnel of mitt romney for blowing out his candles this way. everyone should do this during flu season. brian: think about this you are blowing on a cake. jillian: by the time you get to the last one melted wax on the cake. brian: great idea when you were 16. steve: hats off to whoever come up with the idea of a twinkie cake. ainsley: fried chinkies state fair.
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brian: cnn hit with 275-million-dollar lawsuit by the covington catholic student. do you remember this? >> cnn's tag line is facts first. and what we believe their reporting was in this circumstance was lies first, cover up second. us as people. they see us as profits. we're paying the highest prescription drug prices in the world so they can make billions? americans shouldn't have to choose between buying medication and buying food for our families.
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>> his character has now been determined by the lies issued by cnn. cnn's tag line is facts first and what we believe their reporting was in this circumstance was lies first,
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coverup second, and facts not yet determined by that organization. ainsley: the attorney for the covington catholic student at the center of that capitol hill confrontation officially filing a 275-million-dollar lawsuit against cnn. accusing the network of vicious and direct attacks on nicholas sandmann. brian: joe concha is a media reporter with the hill wor media talk show host. he joins in. what do you think the chances are that this moves forward at a good pace? >> i think, brian, it has a very good chance of moving forward. the number 275 million is almost irrelevant. this is about accountability, brian. people want to see news organizations being held responsible if they knowingly push false information and i have facts to back this up. ipso's poll last year 2018 found that nearly three quarters of americans, 72% believe, quote it should be easier to sue reporters who
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knowingly push false information. look, cnn is a huge news organization, 36 bureaus around the world. nearly 4,000 employees. has more resources than most. it's hard to believe, for instance, that maybe they didn't have enough folks around to look for other videos that were available besides the one that was initially pushed by anti-trump organization that was heavily edited. look, to lin wood's point the attorney that's involved here. the desire to hold off to be first instead of accurate to find the apples from the bananas, separate those. gather facts first and look for the other videos that were out there. that's the thing here. i think what cnn's or lynwood's challenge is regarding cnn or the "the washington post" is are r. there damages to nicholas sandmann. if he is in high school is there a monetary aspect attached here? and, if there isn't, then what are we talking about here? brian: there is damage. >> it will move forward can you damage he was damaged from monetary maybe future
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or maybe colleges aren't going to want to allow him to go in. ainsley: cnn elevated false heinous accusations of nick sandmann and well established ethics. do you think they should continue with lawsuits. first "the washington post" with the 250 million. this is 275 million. the attorney is saying they are looking very closely at nbc, associated press, hbo because of bill maher, individuals like kathy griffin. >> i think you absolutely go forward with these things and see what happens. i have a feeling that given the public sentiment towards the media right now at least in the court of public opinion. a lot of americans, three quarters i just talked about want to see these suits go forward and at least give it a shot. brian: put everything out there laid to bear. joe concha, thanks. >> good to see you. brian: we have a growing list of countries grounding boeing jets after the ethiopia crash. but the faa will not.
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americans. she faces up to 20 years in prison. you think so? now let's talk boeing. steve: ethiopian chief airline says boeing should ground all of 737 max 8 jets until they are able to establish that they're absolutely safe to fly. this after the second deadly crash involving those planes in just five months that has killed 157 people. >> 8 of those in the last flighty americans. ainsley: the list keeps growing of companies grounding their fleets of the boeing 737 max planes. but the faa still stands behind their decision that there is no issue to ground the aircraft here in the united states. this calls into question whether the faa is doing enough. kyle bailey aviation analyst and pilot and former safety team. kyle, thanks for being with us. >> good morning. ainsley: how many of these do we have here in america and should would he be worried if we are taking one of these planes. >> right now southwest has 34 american airlines has 24 and you are safe on delta. they have none right now.
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the faa does a very good job what they do. and they strictly look at data and facts. and as you know, the last major airline crash large cabin passenger plane on u.s. soil was shortly after september 11th so it's an impeccable safety record with the exception of the cold wynn crash which was a smaller aircraft. steve: kyle, as i remember, the first 737 max 8 crash involved this new system that they have put in m cast i think is the abbreviation for it in the plane that crashed five months ago, the sensors were damaged so the plane didn't know where it was. the computer was trying to drive the plane with bad equipment. >> final report actually isn't out yet. but it's looking like on this airplane, again this is speculation, it's very early. i think the communication between the sensors and the airspeed indicator which is the tube and tach indicator tells you the climb
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indicator take off to prevent a stall they are communicating. back up system senses imminent stall the air plane will literally lose lift and part of it will fall out of the sky a wing will drop and could crash. it will push the nose over continue to crease airspeed. so, if that happened, these pilots could have been struggling to pull back on the controls you are very low and have terrain below you. ainsley: what about the training our pilots go through. if our pilots had a problem like that, would they be able to land the plane safely? >> here in the u.s. we have the best pilots, the training, especially. pilots from all over the world come to the u.s. for flight training. steve: the faa did put out a statement. it reads. this the faa continues to review extensively all available data and aggregate safety performance from operators and pilots of the boeing 737 max. thus far our review shows no systemic performance issues. ainsley: if had you to fly on one of these planes
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today, would you jump on it. >> i myself wouldn't fly on it. ainsley: you wouldn't? steve: why? >> i would not fly on the airplane. we still don't know. we have two planes that crashed and there is still uncertainty out there. takeoff is one of the most critical part after liftoff. but we are -- once those black boxes come out and that's the key, i think we will have a much clearer picture when those black boxes are analyzed which should happen in about a day or two. steve: could be something as simple as a software fix, right? >> exactly. if it is that, this could be a fix that's probably two or three months. i don't think it will have a substantial impact on the orders for boeing. ainsley: this was boeing's statement. they said safety is boeing's number one priority. and we have full confidence in the safety of the 737 max. so there you go. and when you are booking your ticket, it tells you what type of plane. many people book their tickets and they don't know what type of plane they are getting on. >> you will see 737 and a
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dash 7 series, 6 series. if you see the you were numbers like an 8. might be an m designation depending what airline. if you see 7 series, 6 series or below, you are pretty much safe. steve: out of an abundance of caution you think american and southwest will probably consider pulling those airplanes out of service? >> yeah. if i was the ceo of both of those airlines, i think it would be great for pluck relations to say hey as a precaution we'll at least waite until those black boxes are analyzed and ground them until then. and then i think boeing will either be cleared or won't be cleared. ainsley: why would they take the risk? why wouldn't they go ahead and ground them? >> it's still a business. have you people traveling for medical reasons and medical treatment. i think there is more to it and they trust the faa. as a pilot i know how diligent the faa is. they do a good job at what they do. steve: thank you for coming in and explaining a complicated situation. >> thanks.
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steve: still ahead, ice wanted this illegal immigrant detained nine separate times but it never happened. now he is charged with murder. how does this keep happening? we are going to tell you what we know. ainsley: plus, jay leno has questions for lay of the night hosts now. where's the civility? >> the president of the united states interrupt prime time television to warn us about a completely made up thing. >> president trump has been able to remain tan despite the bad winter weather. metastatic breast cancer is relentless, but i'm relentless too. mbc doesn't take a day off, and neither will i. i treat my mbc with everyday verzenio, the only one of its kind that can be taken every day. verzenio is the only cdk4 &
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pantsuits. >> house speaker nancy pelosi said in the interview when it comes to the president it's just not worth it. okay. that is clearly reverse psychology. >> i'm worth it, nancy. >> what you are witnessing and hearing in a montage is not something you wouldn't have heard last night on all three major late night shows. steve: every late night show. brian: it's a series of not political jokes anti-trump jokes. and amongst the people that are upset by this and did i one of my senior projects on the history of late night television so i really -- for some reason in my limited scope and my lack of friends i really i'm obsessed with late night tv. i have never seen anything like it. this is the daily show on steroids every night. i got the daily show had an angle and that was fine and a lot of it was creative especially jon stewart's era one point of view, anti-bush, it was pro-obama. this is every show is anti-trump. and i'm not the only one who
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has noticed that. ainsley: jay leno was on another network talking about this and calling for civility. everyone knows your politics. it's so one-sided. listen. >> everything now is -- people don't like your politics, everyone has to know your politics. but when people sees as one-sided it makes it tough. so now it's all very serious. everything is just so -- i just would like to see a bit of civility come back to it, you know? the theory when we did the show was you just watch the news, we'll make fun of the news and get your mind off the news. well now people just want to be on the news all the time. >> good point. >> you just have one subject that's the same topic every night makes it very hard. all the com comics jimmy and colbert and everybody else, it's tough when that is the only topic. steve: right, here's the thing. when you take a side on television, you alienate half the country. so if you are working for network that is in the business of making money,
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your business model is the best we can do is only half the country. did you go back 30 years ago before jay leno you had johnny carson. johnny carson was a guy who would come on every night and the whole country would turn on because he would being talking about things in the news. he would poke fun at republicans and democrats. and it was something you could watch with your family. it didn't really offend you to the point. it was just hilarious. and at the end ever the monologue you go to bed and tune in the next day because he never really crossed the political line. ainsley: if you are a democrat, you probably love these late night shows. but for some people that i know in south carolina, i was just having this conversation with them. they miss the johnny carsons of the world. the ones that were really funny and didn't dive into politics if they did they would dive into both sides. didn't ratings go up when they started bashing the president. brian: jimmy fallon was winning his ratings went up an lever know left and conan was a disaster. then when donald trump was
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elected, stephen colbert takes over by being the one stop anti-trump channel. if you think they want to broaden their audience and be more balanced it's wrong. stephen colbert would not be number one if he didn't spend entire monologue finding ways to bash the president. they are more concerned with making sure this president isn't normalized through comedy and news than they are about getting ratings. they would sacrifice that to take this guy down. steve: it would be interesting if there were a late night host who would actually take shot at both sides. what do you think about this? email us friends@foxnews.com. also we are on facebook on this wednesday morning. brian: just to add one other thing jimmy fallon is still being secured because he normalized president trump when he was candidate trump. he said touch my hair and had fun with it. he had to apologize for acting like a normal human being. steve: all right. what do you think? let us know. in the meantime time for
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headlines. jillian: brian you could host a late time show because you have time for that. brian: dime i have four hours anyway why am i sleeping. go right from that stage to this stage. jillian: exactly. i think we solved that good talk, guys. get you caught up on your news starting with this story. illegal immigrant ice detained nine times is facing murder charges. the el salvador stocked her before stabbing her to death. known gang ties and faced drug and burglary charges. calling for lawmakers in the sanctuary city to take action. saying, quote: how many more people have to be killed or injured? california governor gavin newsom is expected to sign an executive order today to stop death penalty executions. democratic lawmaker citing moral conflict with capital punishment. the order will halt all execution for the state's 737 inmates currently on death row. this defies voters in 2016 back add measure to speed up executions.
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a heroic business owner stops an attempted kidnapping. look at the surveillance video showing a woman taking a 6-year-old boy from his florida art gallery. he said something didn't feel right so he followed them. >> i could not live with myself if things had gone differently. so there was no hesitation. >> the woman was later arrested and charged with kidnapping. a man races past firefighters to risk his own life to save his dog from a burning home in california. watch this. >> hey, hey, hey. all right. all right. all right. >> after fighting through the flames and heavy smoke, the man emerges minutes later with his dog. both suffered minor injuries, but they are expected to be okay. steve: is he so lucky. ainsley: glad that turned out okay. >> no kidding. thank you very much. now, off to the weather
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center janice dean joins us. janice, you were telling us yesterday about a big storm and there it is behind you. janice: 70 million people will be potentially affected by this storm system across the plain states bringing blizzard conditions. potential tornadoes and flash flooding and this storm is going to strengthen rapidly strengthen within the next several hours. possibly one of the strongest storms kansas has ever expected so this is a big deal. the snow behind this we could get a foot or more of snow, blizzard conditions. also for millions of folks across the northern and central rockies. ahead of this we could see flash flooding so that's going to be a big deal. here are your winter weather advisories. the flood warnings, the blizzard conditions here with hurricane force winds blowing this snow around. this is going to be a big deal. the severe weather threat across the mississippi and tennessee river valley is something we are also going to watch this afternoon. large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes. big deal, guys. we will watch this
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throughout day today. steve, ainsley, brian. steve: i have got to tell my family out in kansas. janice: yes, sir, you got it. steve: j.d., thank you very much. brian: meanwhile tent 20 minutes before the top of the hour. stuart varney is scheduled to show up. then dr. oz separately. jason chaffetz former oversight and tammy bruce on "fox & friends" this morning. i kid you not. ainsley: felicity huffman and lori loughlin in that college scam paying bribes to get their kids into school. lawrence jones sews this is embarrassing for kids everywhere. he joins us next ♪ you take me places ♪ that tear up my reputation ♪ manipulate my decision ♪ baby, there's nothing holding me back ♪ ♪ what makes this simple salad
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parenthood. a federal appeals court upholding an ohio law barring state funding for healthcare providers that offer abortions. planned parenthood stands to lose $1.5 million from the state health department. and amazon renewed two books that promote autism cures and vaccination. autism can be cured by bathing in potentially toxic bleach along with taking medicine meant to treat arsenic and led poisoning. ainsley? >> ainsley: thank you, jillian. felicity huffman and lori loughlin facing charges largest college cheating scam ever. steve: those charged are accused of paying bribes to get their kids into feansz colleges including yale, stanford and usc. brian: bring in lawrence jones editor and chief of campus reform.org. i'm floored by. this the blue chips and all
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these stories athlete athletes getting paid to go to schools. what about nonathletes being given admission to schools to play in sports they have never even played. >> that's exactly right. the reasonable they took these sports no one pays attention to these sports. they were able to commit fraud. look, this is not a jab at the rich or anything like this. but, when you have fraudulent behavior like, this that is training the next generation that everything should just be given to them, that's a problem. i think this is a problem with our culture at large. i work with young people every day at campus reform. they work hard and they know if they were ever to submit something that was plagiarized they would be gone just like that. this new generation where the rich are out here just teaching the kids that handoffs should be given to them i think that's a problem. steve: there are a lot of parents who would do anything in the world to help their kid get ahead. whether it's trying to get into a good preschool or a high school or a college. but then again, this is just a whole new element where
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nobody had any idea that it was possible to essentially buy a really high sat score. >> i was telling you guys off air when i got my first participation trophy as a child playing basketball. my dad was so upset that he threw it across the parking lot. that's the type of household. steve: i don't want to you bring home a participation trophy. i want you to bring home the winner. >> that's exactly right. it starts right there. we have a generation that something coddled by their parents. they are going into college and they believe that everything should be given to them. just imagine what's going to happen with these kids when they go in the workforce? ainsley: that's the problem. think about their parents their parents are famous actresses. they had to work so hard to get where they were. a lot of rejection and look at what they're teacherring their kids. >> rip all the kids out of school. they don't deserve it. brian: they have got to go. ainsley: took the places of people who deserved it. >> the notion that these kids had no clue about this? look at this one girl that was on the youtube channel you know i really don't want to go to college i just want to go to the parties and
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college game days. rip them all out. brian: it read like a story it wasn't one of these legal briefs. listen. >> we believe everyone charged here today had a role in fostering a culture of corruption and greed that created an uneven playing field for students trying to get into these schools the right way through hard work, good grades and community service. brian: do you think it's just this 50, lawrence? i think this is going to get bigger and bigger. >> there is a lot of parents at home probably watching this show right now scared, scared. especially, they are hollywood people. they are probably watching cnn or some other network because this is the stuff that they believe. these are the people that always say we want diversity and minorities be involved and people poor and less fortunate to have the opportunity to go to these colleges. now look what they are doing. let's just give millions and
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pay for our kids to get into this school. brian: i even thought about, too. is it right if i'm rich and a ceo of a major financial firm and i say i will build you a new science building? steve: which happens every year. >> i don't think it is right either it is not merit based we don't need affirmative action. everybody can get into school. we are at a place in this country if you have the right grades and right means. there are people in less fortunate communities because that's where i came from and i still got in because there is an opportunity in this country to do it. i think we should be setting an example for these kids right now. that's why we need to pull them all out and all of the parents need to go to jail every single last one of them. if you built the building and that was the reason why you got in to school. that may not be against the law but we need to review that as well. ainsley: "the view" fueling a conspiracy theory about first lady melania trump and a body double. >> i wasn't going to go along with this but that one in that picture doesn't look like her. it's a different shaped face.
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>> this morning, the first lady's team is firing back. steve: plus a race gap in air pollution? that's the claim of a new study. david webb says it's full of hot air. he ain't and he is next. ♪ good, good, good ♪ good to be alive right about now ♪ they're our parents... neighbors... loved ones.
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♪ brian: new study gap air pollution. steve: report argues that white americans are largely at fault saying pollution is quote disproportionately caused by consumption of goods and services mainly by
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the non-hispanic white majority but disproportionately inhaled by black and hispanic minorities. ainsley: joining us now to react is fox news contributor and host of reality check with david webb on fox nation. david webb. hey, david, what's your reaction to this? brian: should we apologize first as white americans? >> i guess you should apologize because apparently i'm getting different pollution right here on this side of the couch. steve: explain what they're talking about. >> it's gobbledy gook. peer reviewed group. a lot of time these studies are done with people by agendas enviro terrorists, ecoterrorists they want to sell you a narrative peer review it and don't assign the scientific method. be realistic about this. are their areas localized where there are air effects different than just pollution widely because of concentration of factories or concentration in urban environment? that's air quality. and that's an issue worth discussing. but when you talk about what
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they are trying to sell you would have to apply the entire mass of the planet. if you go to africa where they burn more wood, more fibrous fuels their pollution is worse because they are burning something that releases into the air. central and south america very similar. steve: david is, this the first time have you heard of pollution being essentially carved up into racial demographic? >> can you explain africa to me because last time i checked it's not a majority caucasian country but they have a pollution problem. explain china or asia or india. this is garbage. instead of open discussion of what we do in urban environments and other communities and rural communities to make sure. farm country ainsley, right? combines lots of dust or whatever? whatever dwhat do they do they resolve the issue they don't write a paper. brian: even though minorities are contributing less to the overall problem of air pollution they are affected more. is it fair that i create
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more pollution than somebody else that's disproportionately affected by it? that's the question they want to solve. >> you know, stupidity, lack of logic and scientific method. but the problem is they never get us to the real discussions about what to do about these communities. this is a problem. steve: what's the answer there. >> the answer is to really do what we have done in this country. we have used technology. we have made factories cleaner. made communities cleaner. we have made cars cleaner. our technology is advanced over the decades. our communities are better. now let's go help other countries other parts of the world because last time i checked air doesn't stop at a national border. brian: watch every day on fox nation. is that okay? >> you got it reality check. bring it. brian: 4 minutes before the top of the hour, elizabeth warren says she is taking on big tech. but how does she explain taking tens of thousands of donations from big tech? ainsley: stuart varney on that. plus dr. oz, jason chaffetz and tammy bruce all here
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my view is break those things apart. [chanting: run joe run] >> i preach the energy you have shown save it a little longer i may need it in a few weeks ♪ there goes my hero, watch him as they go ♪ steve: big apple is waking up. looking out sixth avenue, avenue of the americas. this song is actually in varsity blue and operation varsity blue is what caught a bunch of rich and famous. ainsley: everyone is talking about it this morning. brian: i saw some kids in the street of new york city i looked at them and wonder why are you so happy? because meatless monday is over and they were able to have meat yesterday. that was good news. steve: it was two meats tuesday. [buzzer] brian: they could double down on steak-ums the mayor is going to save the planet
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one piece of beef at a time. steve: creating a whole new black market in schools for jerky. [laughter] brian: by the way is he going to run for president with the wind at his back on meatless mondays walk right through the white house. steve: that kind of platform he will lose iowa. just saying. ainsley: and every southern state and every state in the heart land. brian: a poll and everyone answered the same way who? steve: big news about aunt becky. >> scandals of the rich and famous. operation varsity blues operation. lone wollori loughlin and will felicity huffman. ainsley: todd piro with the latest. >> this is almost as wild as meatless mondays. huffman appearing in federal court released on bond.
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the desperate housewives star met with a witness who said he could control an sat testing center he could arrange for someone to correct her test. she and her husband are accused of paying $500,000 in bribes for their daughters to be crew recruits at usc even though they never rowed before. here is one of those daughters talking about her college experience. >> i don't know how much of school i will attend i will talk to my deans and everyone and hope that i can try and balance it all. i do want the experience of like game days, partying, i don't really care about school as you guys all know. [laughter] >> that's one approach. a total of 50 people, including nine coaches and one high ranking athletics administrator indicted. big time schools targeted including georgetown, yale, stanford, the university of texas, usc and ucla. the man at the center william singer pleading guilty to taking $25 million using some of that for
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bribes and pocketing the rest. >> make no mistake, this is not a case where parents were acting in the best interest of their children. this is a case where they flaunted their wealth, sparing no expense, to cheat the system. >> and we could just be scratching the surface on this. the feds adding the investigation continues. more people could be charged. steve: all right, todd, thank you very much. there are a lot of prominent americans who do hire college coaches for their kids. when they are in high school, the college coach will take a look at your transcripts and say you should get a tutor, you should do more community service. you should work on your essay. who knew that this particular college counselor, this rick singer was described himself as a master coach in college counseling at an organization he referred to as the key and he was able to, it is alleged, pay off people to take tests for kids and then pretend that your kid is an elite
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athlete. get him on a team that they would never play for. brian: there is some things unique about this story and yet disturbing. usually focus on big time revenue sports so tempting with gambling and other things to get the best players because it means the most money like duke basketball or kentucky. not saying the scandal is there that's where you look in football, colleges, you see greg pertino. polo,. steve: pole vaulting. brian: just real quick this senior associate athletic director at usc's athletic department was fired over $2.7 million in bribes to the tennis coach. which were labeled consulting fees. this coach got a ton of money in order to make roster slots for kids that don't even play the sport. and they still were successful. steve: you know, you mentioned the fees. apparently this guy set this -- had a special almost charity designation with the
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way it is described, apparently not charity designation but the parents were able to actually write off the money they were paying to. ainsley: someone gave $50,000 to him and said it was to a chair of the. steve: yeah. the money was you will funneled through the ira. ainsley: one paid $6 million. very big. more than 200 pages. if you want to read it go online and read through it it's unbelievable because what happened is these kids were taking the place in school of someone who actually deserved to be there and really worked hard for it. and it's teaching -- the parents are teaching their kids. you can lie. we will pay for you. you don't have to do the hard work. lori loughlin is one of them. she has been on our show aunt becky. brian: very nice. ainsley: so nice. i was really disappointed when i read. this granted she hasn't been convicted of this yet. this will all play out in the courts. here she is when she was 00 today show talking about her
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daughter going to college. >> i think i'm in complete denial. >> yeah? >> i really am. because when i think about it too much it will make me cry. i have got to stop. brian: she has been indicted for giving a combined $500,000 to get her two daughters into the university of southern california. steve: right. meanwhile, you have another celebrity rob lowe taking a look at what happened and he tweeted this out yesterday where he is pictured with his son and it simply reads: very proud of my honest, hard-working sons. he later deleted that what is lawrence jones from campus reform make of this? listen. >> when you have fraudulent behavior like this that is training the next generation that everything should just be given to them, that's a problem. we have a generation that is being coddled by their parents they are going into college and they belief everything should be given to them. just imagine what's going to happen to these kids when they go in the workforce. these are the people who say we want diversity. we want minorities to be involved. we want people poor and less
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fortunate to have the opportunity to go to these colleges. now look what they are doing. let's give millions and pay for our kids to get into the school. steve: okay. we asked you what you thought. we got a lot of response. ainsley: this is from simone, all their kids should be kicked out and have to retest. brian: they absolutely have to be kicked out and coaches fired. we have created a sense of entitlement not only for our children but for adults. steve: dale tweeted this out these hollywood people want diversity in front of everyone's kids but theirs disgusting. right now the only way if you are really witch that you will get your kids into college is to build a new science building for $100 million. which is completely legal. brian: that might be problematic, too. ainsley: if you are a parent out there, let your kid apply for college by themselves. let them fill out the application and let them line up the tutors and sign up for the classes maybe latin so you can learn the derivatives of these words and do better on the language segment. let your kids do the work
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and apply for internships. parents getting way too involved in kids lives. steve: if you are a helicopter parent your entire child's life. ainsley: not even prepared. steve: just don't break the law. meanwhile sometimes we show images of the first lady at different events, going places. over at "the view," they have suggested, you know, they are looking at the internet. there is a conspiracy theory that is floating around that we are describing it as melania trump goes different places. that's not really her here is a little montage of that conspiracy theory on "the view." >> fake melania online conspiracy theory is back. that one does not look like her. sorry. i wasn't going to go along with this with yo one in that picture doesn't look like her. that's a different shaped face. >> melania is a very tall statuesque woman and the one we saw, the first one that we showed. she looks kind of short.
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>> melania is beautiful and we are doing n jest. ainsley: they ripped "the view" it's shameful. glitcgrisham the first lady and the president traveled to alabama to pay their respects and comfort the victims of the tornado devastation. in typical fashion "the view" chooses to laugh in the face of tragedy. shameful. >> first ladies on all the covers of magazines as far as from nancy reagan to barbara bush to obviously to michelle obama. this is the most one of the most beautiful women in the world let alone to occupy the white house, you don't see her on any magazines at any time. they should be finding inventing magazines to put her on. steve: maybe they don't think it's the real melania. ainsley: one of the prettiest. so smart. speaks so many different languages and one of the most powerful women in our
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country. steve: worked as a fashion model you think they would put her on a fashion magazine. not so much. brian: jillian, would do you this update in english? jillian: brian, just look straight ahead. [laughter] brian: i broke the allusion? okay. apologize. steve: you are just looking the wrong direction. brian: couldn't you have told us that in the break so i didn't look so awkward? unbelievable. jillian: we have serious news to get. to say we start with a fox news alert. the "wall street journal" just reporting the pilot of the deadly ethiopian airlines flight reported having flight control problems before the crash. the journal also reporting the plane's black box will be sent to europe for analysis. this as the faa declines to ground the boeing 737 max 8 planes in the u.s. after two deadly crashes in months. aviation expert mike bailey joined us earlier. he says he would not fly on a plane. >> the faa does a very good job what they do. they strictly look at data
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and the facts. i would not fly on the airplane because we still don't know. we have two planes that crashed. and there is still uncertainty out there. jillian: the faa says there is no basis for grounding the planes despite other countries doing so. 157 people died in the crash. family and friends will say their final goodbyes today to a sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty. deputy jacob keltner was gunned down while trying to serve an arrest warrant at hotel in illinois. his accused killer lloyd brown could face the death penalty. hundreds showed up for the deputy's memorial service yesterday. a texas road house in the illinois town also paying respects to the husband and father of two. setting this fallen hero table. today paul manafort will be sentenced in his second criminal case. president trump's former campaign chairman is facing up to a decade behind bars on conspiracy charges. last week manafort was sentenced to four years in prison for tax and bank fraud. meanwhile, the president's former national security advisor michael flynn is asking for another delay in
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his sentencing for lying to the fbi. and how about this? the football world stunned after o'del beckham jr. is trade to the cleveland browns. everyone wants to go there. the new york giants shipping the star receiver out about a year and a half after signing a new contract. just two months ago the team's general manager said, quote: we didn't sign o'del to trade him. brian, what do you think about that. >> i have never seen more giant fans upset about one single thing than that oddle beckham gone -- was that a trick? how dare you. all right. so, i just cannot -- i can't fathom a first and third and a strongs safety even though he is from new jersey. steve: here is the thing about this shot right here. jillian is right there. but in reality she is over there. we don't have the -- we are in a different studio today. jillian: brian is the only one who can't follow instructions. brian: i'm the only one who
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>> around companies like amazon, facebook, google is now referred to by venture capitalists as the kill zone. so my view is break those things apart and we have a much more competitive robust market in america. steve: real have any well as elizabeth warren pushes to break up big tech she apparently has no problem taking money from them. the 2020 hopeful taking at least $90,000 in donations from workers at those same firms she railed against yesterday but did not mention the convictions. ainsley: our next guest calling out the hypocrisy here. stuart varney the host of varney and company on the fox business network and joins us now. stuart, why would she take their money? >> why are they giving $90,000 between 2010 and 2018. the ape is the employees 6 facebook, google and amazon are heavily left wing and support the politics of elizabeth warren if not necessarily her intention to
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break up facebook, amazon and google. i think that the $2,700 which she referred from sheryl sandberg, number two at facebook, and she got that money just in september, that was a lousy investment on the part of sheryl sandberg, wasn't it? because here you are giving money to a politician who wants to break up your company. >> if the issue is somewhat going across party lines, i find it very interesting rupert murdoch weighed in yesterday breaking up google not a bad idea and ted cruz came up and said breaking up facebook i agree with elizabeth warren on that. this is an interesting issue, isn't it. >> two sides to this story. on the one side have you these job creators, and that's what facebook, amazon and google are. they are platforms which allow the internettization if i can use that word of lots of other industries, massive increases in efficiency and jobs outside those three companies. now, if you break them up, you stop the flow of capital creating new jobs. the other side of the coin is, and this is my argument.
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they have got too much power over us as individuals. facebook and google know absolutely everything but. absolutely everything but and another couple of billion people around the world. that power is dangerous. what will a future owner of facebook or the runner of facebook, what will they do with that power? the opportunity is there to cause grave political mischief. i mean, if you want to control of society, having information about every single individual, like they do in china, that's a dangerous situation. steve: right. she is not suggesting break them up and your privacy will be better saved. it's just it's that popular thing to do right now. >> if you fine them when they play fast and loose with your privacy, then fine them. ainsley: thank you, stuart. brian: watch stuart on fox business network 9 to noon. talk about messing with the wrong guy. >> trying to steal something? >> huh? >> no. >> give it here.
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which leaves her brexit deal dead in the water. this does have major implications though not just for the u.k. but also for the u.s. and relationship between the two. and today as you point out. they will vote on what they want next. may suffered a loss of 149 votes last night. and it leaves the country now in chaos. after her defeat, she suggested the remaining options. >> does it want to hold a second referendum? >> yes. >> no. >> or does it want to leave with a deal or not this deal? those are the two options ahead on had which they will now vote. one is that short delay of brexit. try to get more concessions. the other is a no deal brexit which would mean a clean break from the eu just 16 days from now with no arrangements in place. some say that would be an economic disaster. others though are cheering it supporters of a no deal brexit between the u.s. and u.k. closer allowing for a
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trade deal between the two countries offer low tariff access to the markets such as natural gas, agriculture and pharmaceuticals and more. right now it is controlled by the eu regulations that would be moved to the side. president trump has championed this kind of a deal and today we will see whether parliament goes for it back to you. steve: benjamin hall in london, thank you. brian: what a mess. steve: meanwhile switching news, low carb diets are very trendy this year. the keto diet was the most googled diet of 2018. ainsley: new study sounding the alarm like keto, paleo low carb might be hazardous to your health. brian: dr. oz has been researching this. are we going to survive the keto diet. >> this is the most searched diets on the internet we cover them on the show all the time. hasn't been studied well from a general health perspective. we know you lose weight. biosquare or bring you tend
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to lose weight it changes internal hormones. important study from the american college of cardiology. looked at 13,000 people who are not in regular heart beat called a fib when you less carbohydrates in your diet you have more fribrillation. show you what the heart looks like beating normally and transition to a fib. the left side is normal. the top part of the heart is beating and contracting like a fuel injector. on the right side beating like a bag of worms. the blood accumulates and forms clots and atrial fribrillation five times increases the chance of having a stroke. steve: i don't think anybody knew about that. so many people have talked about the keith co-diet. if you are unfamiliar with it we have a chart that shows you the keto diet is about 20% protein, fish, grass fed beef, beans will he giewms. avocados and 5% carbs. limits the number of carbs.
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i was on the keto diet for a while and i had a headache that would not ever go away. and then i wound up switching out of it. >> a lot of folks who have a little bit of malaise around it. you get very irritable. steve: what are you talking about? >> hangry. you can't deal with low sugar levels. your body needs more sugar. part of the reason we go for comfort food. is it okay long term? and because it's out there in such a big way, some people are beginning to look at it this is fascinating it begs the issue of why? it's not just about being in a bad mood. what is it about super low carb diets dangerous. when you get rid of the cautious you get rid of the produce. it's really important for your gut. feeds the right bacteria. creates calmness in intestines. when you replace the carbs with fatty foods, the lard, butter.
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steve: ghee. >> you end up with inflammatory. inflammation leads to irregular heart beats it irritates the heart muscle it becomes swollen. brian: what diet should we go for. >> diet the pegan paleo marries the vegan diet. a around other people. steve: you get to eat meat. >> eat meat replace with three servings of meat. biggest problem with the good diet you get lonely friends are having a great time you can't. the other thing that's much more closely mimics the mediterranean diet the diet that had the longest track record. people eating food colorful. olive oils of the world. you can have meat. greek salads and people tend to live a long time with these kind of diets. brian: don't forget weight watchers. >> i love weight watchers and i do love what they are doing with ww making it healthy and more about your broader life. but fundamentally you have
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to find a diet that is balanced. your body will tell. steve: you mean fair and balanced? >> fair and balanced. such a good brand idea. steve: thank you very much. ainsley: thank you, oz. steve: we will be watching you later today. ainsley: joe biden certainly sounds like he is running for president. >> i appreciate the energy you showed when i got up here. save it a little longer. i may need it in a few weeks. ainsley: what are his chances? we will take a look. steve: social media erupting with jokes after the arrest of aunt becky. actress lori loughlin. carley shimkus has the latest from the big scandal she joins us. ainsley: hey, how are you you ♪ live from the starlite lounge. ♪ one plus one equals too little too late ♪ ♪ a sock-a-bam-boom ♪ who's in the room? ♪ love is dangerous
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varsity blues exposing a nationwide -- sorry, i just ate some bacon. steve: she went keto. ainsley: actresses felicity huffman and loughlin among 33 parents charged in this scandal. brian: accused of paying thousands of dollars to get their kids into elite schools. the fbi agent heading the case sounding off on the scandal. >> this is a case where they flaunted their wealth, sparing no expense. to cheat the system so they can set their children up for success with the best education money could buy literally. steve: so far a total of 50 people including coaches and administrators indicted. loughlin expected to turn herself in today. huffman appearing in court yesterday. showing up to l.a. home with their guns drawn. she was released on bond. brian: was that necessary by the way? >> pretty sure she wasn't going to overpower anybody. steve: let's bring in carley shimkus fox news headlines 24/7 reporter.
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obviously the internet has its hair on fire. carley: going wild, man. this scandal is so brazen and ugly that social media, of course what are they going to do? they will make jokes. have you seen some of these meals out there. because we are dealing with two celebrities well known. somebody tweeted a scene from the movie fugitive your fugitive's name is aunt becky, go get her. another is this is lori loughlin people hey usc meet my two daughters who are prized recruits you should totally admit them. that's a scene from full house dressed like girls. this people of felicity huffman are you asking for a bribe? you retending you are above that? i will get my checkbook. so, a lot of oh, yeah, and then this one, you know felicity huffman is married to the star of shameless. so, a lot of people using that, you know, the name of
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the show shameless in their people. brian: he doesn't seem to be in trouble though. steve: he is named in the indictment. his name is mentioned. carley: lori loughlin was released on $1 million bond yesterday. steve: he was heard in a recording. carley: unbelievable. i know you have kids that are playing sports. and you are talking about parents photo shopping their child's face on. brian: sailing and soccer when they don't even play. ainsley: lori loughlin's daughter well known on social media. >> 2 million followers on youtube. a couple million instagram followers. she is facing a lot of backlash. she said on youtube before she went to college that she is more interested in partying than going to class. brian: i need proof. carley: listen to this. >> i don't know how much of school i'm going to attend but i'm going to go in and talk to my deans and everyone and hope that i can try and balance it all. but i do want the experience of like game days, partying,
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i don't really care about school as you guys all know. [laughter] carley: she did apologize for that because at the time people were criticizing her. and if you check out her instagram even though she said she didn't want to go to college. she is making a profit off of it. she partnered with amazon prime she is officially a college student and she got everything that she needed for her dorm room in just two days using amazon at prime student. ainsley: she didn't know her parents were doing this i feel sorry for her because she was so well-loved on social media and now people are writing the most negative things about her. >> her two parents paid $4,500,000 to get her and her sister on the crew team. steve: it's alleged. brian: had to come up. and there is no way they can remain in the school. all the kids involved have to get out. carley: all these beautiful families. there is an element of sympathy in a way. as a parent you want to do everything you can for your
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child. but, breaking the law is obviously taking it a step too far. ainsley: my parents would never. it's not something they would even -- carley: quickly, you have got to wonder why. there are so many kids who have this victim mentality parents are propping them up when they get to the real world the littlest thing will set them off. ainsley: can't handle it. brian: jillian on the street she would be upset because we should have tossed to her 30 seconds ago. carley: sorry, jillian. jillian: blaming you, carley. expriest accused of sexual abuse found shot dead inside his nevada home. police are investigating his death as a homicide. he was accused of abusing teens as far as back as the 1970s when he worked in new jersey. he was suspended from the priesthood in 1992 just last month was named by church officials with nearly 200 others accused of abuse. he was found dead on saturday. no arrests have been made.
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talk about messing with the wrong guy. a former bounty hunter catches suspected package thieves at his home in las vegas. >> trying to steal something? >> no. >> huh? >> give it here. >> alex pulling a gun on the suspect says they take off. police arrested him about an hour later finding several stolen packages in stolen get away car. can't make that you mean. an ohio student is suspended for posting bible verses in high school after lbgt flags were displayed in hallways. the student says she was accused of targeting the school's gay-straight alliance club. >> when i got sent to the office, he was talking to me and he said why did you put these up here? and i said because i wanted to spread the word of god. >> the principal says she violated the code of conduct because she didn't get permission to post the verses. just when you think have you heard it all, this happens.
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>> [inaudible] >> just had a baby in the terminal. jillian: did you hear this? a pilot force to have had turn the malaysia flight around when a mother forgets her baby at the terminal. the mother and child were reunited at the saudi arabiaian airport. how this even happens though remains a mystery. steve: right. especially if you took the. jillian: oh i'm over here now. steve: we have the wider shot. especially if she took the car seat on the plane. >> yeah. steve: shouldn't there be somebody in that. ainsley: i do not understand. jillian: i do not understand either. jillian: maybe there was alcohol involved? how do you forget your child? steve: how do you do that? jillian thank you very much. brian: i had glog to say. that would have been a perfect time to say it this time i was able to look. jillian: brian, you looked. brian: i was afraid it was a big fake. steve: meanwhile, janice
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dean is tracking a monster storm across america's middle. janice: dallas-fort worth a wind gust of 78 miles per hour. hurricane force wind gusts, this could be one of the strongest storms they have experienced across the plain states. it's got everything associated with it. blizzard conditions, heavy rainfall, severe storms, and, again, wind gusts that could do tremendous damage. starting to intensify over the next several hours. we call this genesis. it could drop 24 millibars in 24 hours and that my friend is a very strong storm. 70 million people in the path of this system. you can see those wind gusts winding up over the next 6 to 12 hours crossing over the great lakes tomorrow. but look at the wind advisories really from the southwest to texas all the way up towards the ohio river valley. so those winds are really going to start to crank throughout the afternoon hours. we have blizzard warnings for many states so along with those 50, 60, 70
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mile-per-hour winds, over a foot of snow. then the flooding potential and the severe storms including the threat for tornadoes this afternoon. we will certainly keep you up to date. steve, ainsley, brian, this is one we have to track. back to you. ainsley: thanks, janice. brian: meanwhile, 18 minutes before the top of the hour, joe biden certainly sounds like he is running for president. >> i appreciate the energy you showed when i got up here. save it a little longer i may need it in a few weeks. brian: what are his chances i ask. ainsley: plus five time grammy winning writer and song writer. steven curtis chapman joins us to explain why this one is different ♪ the river is wide ♪ the river is wider ♪ so sink or swim ♪ki ♪we gonna do what they say can't be done♪ ♪we've got a long way to go
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♪ [chanting] >> run joe run, run joe run. >> i appreciate the energy you had when i got up here. save it a little longer i may need it in a few weeks. brian: joe biden sounds like he is running for president. he continues to be on top of the polls of the 2020 candidates. is he not even in the race. ainsley: in a "wall street journal" op-ed the case for joe biden next guest argues that the former vice president still might not have a chance. here to discuss editorial board member bill mcgurn. good morning, bill. why don't you think he will do well. >> i'm not sure. actually on paper i think he checks a lot of boxes. because he has this blue collar scranton kind of thing. and as he put in his book, his memoirs, he was strongest in the places where mrs. clinton was weakest in these blue collar areas in these key battleground states. you know, like michigan, wisconsin, pennsylvania. ohio. so on paper, if he could get those voters, because there
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was a chunk of those voters, white working class who voted for obama but then went to donald trump. so, but some could argue that means his best shot was 2016 and obama sabotaged it. brian: he did, right? steve: biden has run twice before for president. but this time it's just different. i know it was a couple of weeks ago he referred to mike pence as a decent guy. >> right. >> and left wing elements in his party said really? and then he caved. joe biden said, you know what? i shouldn't have said he was a decent guy. >> that was cynthia nixon and he folded right away. that i think, was a big mistake. what he needed -- what the democrats need there is a left ward drift and they are more to hollywood and wall street and away from the kind of blue collar roots that joe biden represents. he prides himself as someone that can get along with people the opposite party. if you read his eulogy for john mccain, it's really
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lovely. steve: it was beautiful. >> he needed a moment to stand up for that in other words, if you are going to run on civility and decency, it requires some backbone. he should say i don't take it back. he is a decent guy: i think that's a telling lapse on his part. brian: shows too a couple things obama people assaulted him. a gaffe machine the first four. something the obama people know that they don't like about joe biden because they went out of their way to go recruit beto o'rourke but i don't see them running to his side. do you think there is something they know we don't about joe biden. >> i'm not sure if they have any dark secrets. i find his gaffes endearing rather than off-putting makes him more human. he is the frontrunner in the polls that's what's different this time. again his memoir is fascinating when he was contemplating a run in 2016, president obama had his polster feeding him weekly
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diet of polls saying you don't have a chance. president obama settled on hillary and they did everything to discourage him and then he would have conversations like do you know what i'm looking forward to, joe, is retiring and getting out of politics. and then he met with mrs. clinton and mrs. clinton asked him directly are you going to run, joe? and he said i don't know yet but if i did i would run a clean campaign. and then she said well, so why. but i'm not sure about all my associates. [laughter] steve: blame them. >> that's really fascinating. that might have been his real moment in the last election. brian: tweeted out he is too old. >> he would be 78, i think. donald trump is the oldest man inaugurated as president. he was gnawing rated when he was 70. joe biden would be 78. ainsley: we will see what the party wants. some people in the party want -- >> the difference in the last time he is out in the front. and also if you are joe biden and you look around what do they got that i don't got?
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steve: thank you. brian: thanks, bill. new transcripts from what former fbi lawyer lisa page told congress about hillary clinton and it does not look good for the obama justice department. jason chaffetz on that next hour. ainsley: plus five time grammy winning writer and song writer steven curtis chapman joins us to tell us why this one is so different ♪ ♪ i don't know what's going on. i've done all sorts of research, read earnings reports, looked at chart patterns. i've even built my own historic trading model. and you're still not sure if you want to make the trade? exactly. sounds like a case of analysis paralysis. is there a cure? td ameritrade's trade desk. they can help gut check your strategies and answer all your toughest questions. sounds perfect. see, your stress level was here and i got you down to here, i've done my job. call for a strategy gut check with td ameritrade. ♪
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ainsley: five time grammy winning singer and song writer. steve: chapman is paying contribute to rural kentucky heritage in album brand new check this out deeper roots where the blue grass grows. fan favorites and collaborations. he joins us now. ainsley: good morning. steve: i love your story about how when you were a toddler your family, your dad opened a music store in paducah, kentucky, because you were always there, you just figured out how to play all the instruments on the wall. >> yeah. my dad chapman music. is he still there p paducah, if you stop by and see him tell him his son steve sent you. he is almost 80 years old. he will be 80 years old this june. and my dad is, you know, biggest influence in my life musically and my earliest memories are as a little boy are of music and its folk and blue grass music which
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is what my dad played. then we began singing in church together as a family gospel music and christian music. people that know me know that's what i have done all these years. primarily music that's inspired by my faith but also my family. i was with you guy as couple years ago talking about a book that i just released called between heaven and the real world where i got a chance to share kind of my life story and the, you know, mountains and the valleys, and you guys have shared a lot of those and let us share about our hope and our faith. my family and me on the show here. so i appreciate that always. but, a couple of years of touring. that kind of talking about my story so much and my family has just -- i keep talking about the music that earliest influenced me. and it was blue grass and folk music. and growing up in my dad's music store learning to play, hey, i'm going to learn who play a banjo because there is one hanging there. i you could only play one song and i would pray and people say you are really good. i would hang it up i never told them that's all i knew.
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ainsley: how christian in you? >> music from the very beginning music was a way to just express the things that mattered most in my life. and when i was about 8 years old and i talk about this in my book and i talk about it on this tour a lot. it was really faith and my family together went to church, god began to really change my family in a pretty radical way. and so music became a big part of that because my dad played folk and blue grass and country music when i was a boy. and, yet, suddenly, music about our faith became most important to us. and we started singing that together. steve: you know this morning about an hour from now steven is going to sing where the blue grass grows. it's from his new album deeper roots. steven in thank you. ainsley: congratulations, god bless you. >> thank you. steve: jay leno has a message for late night hosts, stop being so political. >> that's all very serious. everything is just so -- i just like to see a bit of civility come back to it. you know?
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steve: what do you think? your comments at the top of the hour. ainsley: plus, jason chaffetz, tammy bruce and rachel campos-duffy are all here live ♪ the are the one ♪ how we customize car insurance because no two people are alike, so... . .
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from. >> why are they giving $90,000. the answer is the employees of facebook, google and amazon are left-wing. [shouting] >> i appreciate the energy you showed. save it a little longer. i may need it in a few weeks. ♪ steve: yep. the rich and famous live from new york city. welcome aboard. we're in sued yo d. we'll be back in studio f. good to be with you. thank you so much. ainsley: scandals of the rich and famous. operation varsity blues exposing a nationwide college admissions scheme. brian: you will not believe. actress felicity huffman and lori laughlin and 33 parents and coaches. she was in canada yesterday.
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steve: todd pai row from is in the newsroom. apparently most of the kids did not know what their parents were up to. reporter: it's a tale of fake charities, fake tests and fake act let's. huffman appeared in federal court on tuesday was released on bond. the "desperate housewives" start met with an individual that he could control the s.a.t. testing center. she and her fashion designer husband, massimo garulli. alleged to pay $5,000 in bribes have their recruits at usc even though they never rowed before. >> i'm in complete denial. i really am. when i think about it too much it will make me cry. i got to stop. reporter: told of 50 people including nine coaches and one high-ranking athletics
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administrator indicted. big time schools targeted georgetown, yale, stanford, efforts of texas, usc and ucla. william singer accused taking $25 million, some for bribes, pocketing the rest. >> make no mistake this is not a case where parents were acting in the best interests of their children. this is a case where they flaunted their wealth, sparing no expense to cheat the system. reporter: the feds adding the investigation continues. more people could be charged. back to you. steve: todd, thank you very much. we're learning more and more about the scheme. apparently one guy would take the tests for the kids. owe was paid $10,000 each test. which goes to show how deep the pockets are but what is disturbing is the way they were able to game the system because the college board, if you are going to take the s.a.t. or act
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and you are a student with learning difference or disability, you can ask for more time, double the time. apparently these parents would ask for more time for children who actually didn't need it. apparently during the extra time that is when the guy would fix the test. they gamed the system everywhere you look. brian: talked about felicity huffman writing to this guy singer, saying ruh-oh look likes like my daughter's high school wants to provide their own proctor. we'll speak about it. she spent $15,000 on a charity which was really going to him. ainsley: it is unbelievable. for every student who got in through the fraudulent scheme a genuinely talented student was denied that space at these colleges and universities. if you're a parent out there, let the kid fill out the forms, let them sign up for the s.a.t. let them tell you when the test is. give them that responsibility.
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stop doing everything for them. steve: apparently this rick singer guy back in 2014 wrote a book, you can still buy it on amazon. it is called getting in, chapter 33 of the book headline was, how to kiss up your teachers. and that is if you do it the traditional way as opposed to allegation that you buy your way in. brian: robert on topic. they live in the world of make believe. higher education. money talks. this is businessman. big ceo in greenwich, connecticut got caught up in it. ainsley: rob said our daughter had grades and did the work to accept in all the college choices but we couldn't afford to send her. devastating. these celebrity kids just want to party and get to go. our daughter is working 2 part
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time jobs. steve: quite a difference to get your daughter an education but another to buy it. everything you work for you appreciate more. ainsley: correct. steve: keep the comments coming. we read them all day. brian: i would like to know if you think the kids are taken out of the school. if they are in the school, sophomores, this is exposed, just like coaches got to get fired, they have to get taken out. ainsley: what if they didn't know the parent was doing this? brian: if the kid is in there fraudulently. it is a not the problem. it is right or wrong. they are wrong. steve: apparently the kids did not know what the parents were up to. the kids are not bound to do same tinge. ainsley: college has a committee of seven or eight people. it prevents you from buying off one person. the whole committee has to decide who is getting into the college. brian: that we now switch to politics for a second six minutes after the hour. the worst-kept secret that joe biden will run for
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president. he gave a speech in front of the firefighters yesterday. he thanked them for playing a prominent role in his life. not only helping him with, had his aneurysm where they picked him up in a snowstorm and took him to the hospital but leaked out about his intentions in the future. >> i appreciate the energy you showed when i got up here. save it a little longer. i may need it in a few weeks. today we seem to be at each other as throats. the ugly extreme system on the rise in this country. pettiness has overtaken our politics. we're defined by enduring principles that are in the constitution even though we don't necessarily all know them. that defines us. there is in america everybody gets a shot. that is what the next president of the united states needs to understand. that is what i don't think this current president understands at all. steve: there he is yesterday at the international firefighters meeting in washington.
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it got a lot of coverage because they thought the union would endorse him and he would say you know what, i was going to announce later but i will announce it right now. when you look at the latest morning console poll, joe biden leads bernie sanders. joe's at 31, bernie at 27. everybody else is way behind but the media they love the idea that joe could be back in the race. ainsley: listen to them gushing. >> former vice president joe biden is coming out swinging in a pair of appearances felt at times like campaign rallies without the campaign part. >> they were chanting run, joe, run. it was what the former vice president then said that immediately made news. >> with a crowd urging him on, the former vice president dropping his strongest hints yet about a presidential run. biden is making it clear he is ready to take on trump. steve: no doubt about it. he is apparently been hiring staff in washington for a while. he is running. he just hasn't officially done
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it yet. stay tuned. brian: we'll see what happens. see if the obama machine getting behind him. eight minutes after the hour the other big story in politics how political the late-night shows have gotten. if you haven't noticed, haven't watched, jay leno has. people took him for granted for the longest time, replace ad legend, the controversy with him and david letterman, getting over letterman and beating letterman for 15 straight years. then conan was the replacement. he went to the 10:30 slot, a brilliant move by jeff zucker that blew up. conan gets blown out. he comes back. after he relinquishes to jimmy fallon, how much late-night has changed. let's listen. >> everything now, people don't like your politics they, everyone has to know your politics. when people see you as one-sided it makes it tough. now it is all very serious. everything is just, i just see a bit of civility come back to you you know. the theory when we did the show
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was, you just watched the news, we'll make fun of the news and get your mind off the news. now people want to be on the news all the time. you just have one subject, same topic every night. makes it hard. all the comics jimmy, colbert, everybody else, it is tough that is the only topic. steve: would be nice to see that. ainsley: my dad doesn't watch them anymore. they're not funny. they're making fun of the president. they're so political. i miss johnny carson. steve: right. when he was, when i was the king of late-night comedy his ratings were gigantic. ainsley: have kids on, animals on. funny. steve: he would take shots and republicans and democrats independents, you never knew was johnny a republican or democrat. jay leno took over and he still had gigantic ratings. when you look at ratings of the late-night crowd these days they are tiny comparison to the way it used to be.
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part of the problem as jay leno just said everybody is pretty much on the same page. they hate the president. if you love that kind of comedy, you have got plenty of shows to watch each and every night. brian: here is what everyone is saying. bruce writes this, late-night comedy isn't funny. another platform for the left to commiserate with one mother. ainsley: vicki says there is so much hatred in out country, late-night guys and media keep it alive. steve: walter emailed us, political lampoon something as america as apple pie but what is happening on all the light-night shows is just nastiness. brian: james corden, by far the most creative, most interesting -- steve: he sings in cars. brian: he is fantastic. very interesting guy. whoever found him deserve as raise. 11 minutes after the hour. speaking of deserving a raise, jillian is with us. jillian: are you giving me a raise, brian? brian: i can't look at but if i had my way i would bet more money. ainsley: bosses says they're
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taking it out of you his paycheck. jillian: he is kind and funny and generous. starting with the fox news alert, a 5.5-magnitude earthquake rocks hawaii just moments ago. the quake's epicenter near the down of hilo. there is no immediate threat of a tsunami. no injuries reported. breaking the black box from the ethiopian airlines crash will be sent to europe for analysis. the pilot there was flight control problems before the crash. faa backing the decision not to ground boeing max 737 airplanes in the u.s. saying there is no reason for it. california governor gavin newsom is expected to sign an executive order today to stop death penalty executions citing a moral conflict. the democratic lawmaker changing
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his mind previously stating he would respect voters wishes and continue executions. the president weighing in on twitter moments ago, defying voters, the governor of california will halt all death penalty executions of 737 stone cold killers. friends and families of always forgotten victims are not thrilled and neither am i. send it back to you. steve: thank you very much. latest from twitter. brian: coming up straight ahead, deep state revealed new transcripts from what fbi lawyer lisa page told lawyers about hillary clinton. it does not look good for the obama justice department. jason chafe gets has the story. ainsley: man caves, flat-screen tvs, they don't make rvs like they used to. we're live at the rv experience next. ♪ 300 miles an hour,
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♪ steve: now a segment you will be talking about all day. the rv, recreational vehicle signature event taking place this week way out in salt lake city, utah. brian: latest and greatest in technology and cross country
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travel in full display. ainsley: jeff flock joins us from the fox business channel with a sneak-peek. hi, jeff. reporter: this is the salt convention center, rv experience, nobody here yet. first on fox. they're all being revealed today. take you inside of a couple of these things because as you pointed out earlier this is not your grandpa's suv. look at tile on this thing. this is nicer kitchen than in my house admittedly might be a low bar. look up there, flat-screen tv. fireplace. look back here, spin around. oh, there is a bathroom. let's check that out. look bathroom, washer dryer. it is amazing. look at numbers. sorry, lloyd i think i blocked you. look at numbers of sales. they had a long run of sales increase but last year sales were actually down. if you take a look at last
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year's sales, despite low gas prices and a booming economy, were not so hot. but i tell you, even smaller ones are kind of cool now. this is one that you toe right behind your truck. even has a porch on it. look at this. tell you, outside kitchens that is also big. spin around here quick. outside kitchens. you can cook outside. got a sink. put something in the sink. these things are great. young people like them. so millenials now, starting to get into these things. they're moving out of the their parents basements and into rvs. i'm out of breath. ainsley: jeff, did you say a fireplace? reporter: oh, they have got fireplaces in these things. these are buses. i mean, you could have your own rock band here. it is incredible. steve: jeff, before you go the fancy one with the flat screen, king-size bed, fireplace, how much is something like that?
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reporter: for that kind of thing they start about 300,000 or so. they go all the way up to almost a million dollars. this will have fireplace here and flat screen. this is bus one. one like this gets like $900,000. pretty crazy. steve: nicer than your house, it costs more than the average house. ainsley: exactly. brian: not nicer than jeff's house. he has got a mansion. steve: that is so cool. ainsley: that is. steve: straight ahead, they say hard work pays off. not for millenials. they can't even last 90 days on the job. we'll explain what that is about next. ainsley: first lady melania trump firing back at "the view" after they fuel a conspiracy about a body double. >> i wasn't going along with this, but that one in that picture doesn't look like her. it's a differ shaped face. ainsley: tammy bruce says that is the epitome of a mean girl, the mean girl syndrome.
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♪ steve: time for your news by the numbers on this wednesday. first, $164. that is how much the average american spends per day according to a go banking rate survey. the biggest expenses, we spend things on? housing, groceries and of course, health insurance. next 125, that is how many dick's sporting goods locations will stop selling guns starting in the month of august. company making announcement after sales continue to decline. the chain said they would ban so-called assault weapons and
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stop selling to customers under 21 after it was revealed the parkland school shooter bought a gun from dick's sporting goods. finally 90, that is how many days millenial typically last in a new job, three months. a new study finds one in three millenials typically call it quit during the period, poor performance, being late or misconduct. neil: on a separate note the hosts of "the view" under fire for fueling this conspiracy theory about the first lady. >> the fake melania online conspiracy theory is back. that one does not look like her, sorry. i wasn't going along with this, but that one in that picture doesn't look like her. no, it is a different shaped face. melania is very tall, statuesque woman, the first one we showed, she looks kind of short.
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ainsley: first lady's staff firing this out, they traveled to alabama to pay their respects an comfort victims of the tornado devastation. in typical fashion "the view" chooses to laugh in the face of tragedy. shameful. steve: tammy bruce joins us now. tammy, do you think that is really that is fake melania? >> no, they don't. that was excuse to mock the first lady, right? obviously one of the most beautiful women in the world. she was mourning as normal people who would mourn people who had been killed. most normal people, maybe look a little different when we're sad, but this is a excuse to be able to mock her, to say she looks short. her face is a different shape. classic mean girl environment. when you're in college or high school, there is the pretty girl who is nice and you go with the marker to mark up her locker. then you gossip about her, call her names. that is what these adult women were doing to the first lady.
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with it did, reminds us of their jealousy, envy be the fact they have nothing else to do other than being mean. that is the only answer. they can't appreciate or respect or enjoy something because i think clearly, well it is foolish and i don't know what issues are going on in their lives but it's a shame that they feel the need to put that forward on television. ainsley: so hypocritical too, because they preach tolerance, they're not tolerant of people who don't agree with them. >> that's it. not only just don't agree with him. i really don't know the first lady's politics. we don't know it, do we? she is out there helping kids. what is there to be opposed to, right? and -- steve: her husband. >> that's it. it is a remarkable kind of obsession and pettiness that, americans obviously are getting very tired of. it speaks for itself, ainsley you are absolutely right. brian: at time people are more aware how you treat women in our
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society, three women on the left. senator gillibrand, you have senator sanders, and kamala harris all with problems of sexual harrassment of women in their campaigns. you never heard about that. first lady of the united states is more of a target than praise. >> there is cognitive dissew dense in the sense of what is going on, it speaks to the rules that still apply. also projection. these are issues as the individuals you noted on sexual harrassment, they have had that. the media chooses to kind of ignore it but the american people with certainly new media, cable news, internet do find out about it and they do make decisions based on the hypocrisy that is exposed and pettiness. we know there will be disagreements. we don't, you know -- steve: that's okay. >> that is perfectly fine but there is this movement now of personally destroying people.
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just being mean and i think that this is what americans want to change. brian: right, by the way, their relationship, no one who has the president's back like the first lady. >> that has become more apparent hasn't it? she has seen this is education for all of us about what's important and the first lady and not just deserves defense, but this is a woman who remain as role model and clearly understands what her husband is trying to do and supports it. brian: what you have done with tucker standing up for him i think that is great. >> that is the same issue here, isn't it. about people being bullies trying to silence individuals who either don't conform or think a little differently. that is the heart and soul of america. brian: seek and destroy. >> yeah, seek and destroy. thank you, guys. ainsley: the country's largest marketplace for babysitters but a new investigation reveals some of the caregivers are criminals. that is just the beginning. brian: nancy pelosi says impeaching president trump is not worth it. now the president is thanking
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revealing things we get were from the radcliffe questioning. she doesn't quite fully define exactly what the insurance policy was, but what she does say the prosecutors, others she is working with, remember she is very senior general counsel there tell her, look, we're really not -- ainsley: not going to charger. >> we're not going to charge hillary clinton. they also were playing this game back and forth as to whether or not the president, donald trump, was actually going to get elected. so they had this ability to either speed things up or slow things down. brian: what was the insurance policy? >> wasn't exactly the insurance policy, but had three investigations. they had the ability to put in a special prosecutor. but what also comes, i think screaming out of this is, it was all based on their political beliefs. they did not have evidence. that is what she testified to. steve: we're about to do one of the quotes, but it does suggest there is a deep state where the fbi is talking to the department of justice. barack obama's department of justice.
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we have some quotes here. ainsley: lisa page. steve: i will be congressman john radcliffe. ainsley: she says during the hearing, she says we had multiple coverses with the justice department about bringing a gross negligence charge and that is as i said the advice we got from the department was that they did not think that it was constitution family vague and not sustainable. steve: the congressman asks, when you say advice you got from the department, you're making it sound like the department told you you're not going to charge gross negligence because we're the prosecutors and we're telling you we're not going to? then she says -- ainsley: that's correct. brian: holy cow. >> holy cow. it is in the statute, okay. there is not constitutionally vague. but with the heart of this, the thing so concerning is that you had this rogue group of people at the senior levels of fbi deciding whether or not they were going to charge because they had a different set of standards for hillary clinton. that is what they had. brian: do you understand a little bit now to comey's
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defense, the frustration he felt because they weren't prosecuting but yet he felt like he wanted to tell people how bad her behavior was, so he went out and did something that everyone disagreed with? does it make anymore sense? >> remember the same mr. comey who came and testified when i was chairman said it was unanimous. what we're learning now, this was not unanimous. they were struggling with this but told by the department of justice which has senority over the fbi you're not going to charge her. steve: because in the early comey draft the language about accusing hillary clinton of having the top secret stuff on her email server, they were going to charge her with gross negligence. but that you could wind up in prison with. then they changed it to extremely careless. the question is, jason chaffetz, how high does this go? the department of justice? >> it went to the top of the top. again you don't have many people
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between james comey and the attorney general and then the president of the united states. they were making these decisions. the legal statute, the statute says gross negligence. that is what he had written down in advance. that is a whole problem beforehand, they were writing the conclusion they have they even interviewed her. they said gross negligence. cross the out. steve: she didn't go to jail. >> nobody got charged over there. none of the staff. brian: news you are definitely uniquely qualified to talk about, that is impeachment. nancy pelosi made it clear she doesn't think it is worth it to have the president impeached. she went on in interview with "washington post" said that. the president thanked her in a tweet saying i greatly appreciate nancy pelosi's statement against impeachment but everyone must remember the minor fact i never did anything wrong. economy is better. many other successes. how do you impeach a man considered by many the president with most successful first two years in history especially done
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nothing wrong and impeachment, high crimes and misdemeanors, question mark? it is not over yet, is it? >> no. do you think nancy pelosi said this to her conference before she was elected speaker? no. she is reflecting reality. they don't have the goods on donald trump. they have been promising it. people like adam schiff running around seen the facts themselves. here we are, years later and there is nothing that they can point to. she is reflecting reality. steve: sounds like there is possibility the mueller report could actually be delivered to the attorney general as early as today. >> as soon as it gets there, remember we'll all want to see it. it will take weeks once it does get to mueller. steve: if not months. >> before we actually get something out. this is typical. that is not abnormal. that is the process. same thing happens when the inspector general gives a report to the doj. ends up three or four weeks later, then congress. brian: talking about a second mueller report after the first
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one. i think there is tactic to it. says no big deal, no impeachment, notlyally to do, meanwhile they work behind the scenes to get something impeachable. >> they have 60 people, democrats on the record saying they want to impeach the president without having any evidence. ainsley: thanks, jason. jillian with headlines for us. jillian: good morning. breaking news. right to the fox news alert. a live look at nigeria where rescuers are frantically searching for survivors after three-story school building collapses. several children were believed to be inside. hundreds as you can see gathered outside as rescuers start bringing children out one by one. an illegal immigrant i.c.e. tried to detain nine times is facing murder charges. police say in san jose, california, that the el salvador stalked her for. i.c.e. calling for lawmakers in the sanctuary city to take
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action, quote, how many more people have to be killed or injured? california providing free money so people in poor communities can open pot shops. the new grant program allows cities to apply for a cut of the state's $10 million. that money goes to people who can't afford to anticipate marijuana shop of their own. move over. floss. a new dance craze taking social media by storm. called the triangle. three people hold each other arrest arms and jump in a pattern. earlier we tried it. take a look. brian: three, two, one. >> one more. jillian: guys, i don't know why it is going viral but it is. i think we nailed it, actually. brian: what is method to it? jillian: method we picked rob will start first, person who
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caregiverrers with police records were listed on the site, were later accused of crimes while caring for customer's children or elderly relative. steve: here to react, fox news contributor rachel campos duffy. a lot of people didn't realize these caregivers were not really vetted. sounds like care.com has seen the message and they're trying to fix it. >> right and hopefully they will. in the meantime they ought to have flashing sign we don't do background checks. because i think a lot of people assume that they are. that these are fully vetted. that there have been criminal background checks. in the case of home day-cares and other day-cares checking licensing making sure these people follow the rules, guess what? they're not. i think the bottom line and lesson for parents is, technology is great but when it comes to your loved ones, the people you love the most, kids, elderly, parents you're trier to hire someone from care.com,
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whatever the site is, there is no substitute for relationships, for human interaction, for doing your own vetting, following your own gut when it comes to these things. ainsley: i remember when i became a mom, looking for babysitters, all of my friends said, word-of-mouth, word-of-mouth. you hear reports like this. that is so scary. >> it is very scary. a woman dropped her child off and lost two twins in a swimming pool because the day-care provider had too many people there. but again, the bottom line is, you have to do your own investigation. you're right, ainsley, it is word-of-mouth. it is also following that maternal instinct that you have, that gut instinct. i had once someone recommend a babysitter to me. i had a bad feeling about it. i trusted my gut instinct. later found out that there was troubling things in that person's background. i'm really glad i followed that. it goes, god puts that gut instinct in you.
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and, so you should trust it. by the way, if you see a review on a website, you can't trust that. steve: who knows who wrote that. >> i'm sorry? brian: here is what care.com said. keep improving runs deep. the trust of this community is essential to us and we will never stop working to earn it. our society protocals are ever evolving, continuously strife to do more to do better. is that enough? >> as it is right now uber drivers are vetted more than the people on care.com. they have continue you'll background check that uber is trying to do. that is not in place at care.com. steve: people like the idea of care.com, it is a place to find things. like your smartphone. has all the things there. >> sure. steve: like we were talking a moment ago, you don't know who wrote those reviews. you don't know if somebody is vetted. good to know this company is taking the initiative after the bad news to try to fix it. ainsley: thanks, rachel. >> no substitute for personal
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responsibility though, your own instincts on it. brian: absolutely. steve: thank you very much for joining us today from wausau, in wisconsin. >> you guys have a great day. ainsley: you too. coming up next, five-time grammy-winning singer and songwriter, steven curtis chapman performs for us live. brian: first i would like to find out what sandra smith is up to in terms of preparing for her show. sandra. >> if only you knew, brian kilmeade. a good morning in "america's newsroom." we have two big stories we're following this hour. the president's former campaign manager paul manafort, we're expecting his sentencing. that should come in this morning. we'll have the latest on that. stunning new developments on the clinton email investigation relating to lisa page. we will have all the news on that for you. much more on the investigation into that ethiopian plane crash. all of that and more coming up live from "america's newsroom," top of the hour.
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♪ songs on cripple creek, finding my way home to the sound after banjo, and oh, how sweet that sound ♪ ♪ where i come from a place where the bluegrass grows, where the river runs and music flows and i carry it with me wherever i go because underneath my kin well i've really always been just a boy who comes from where the bluegrass grows ♪ ♪ well i learned to play that guitar and i set out on the road but i never would have dreamed all the places i'd go from "fox & friendses" to carnegie, my simple songs carried me but i come right back home when i hear the banjo ♪ ♪ oh how sweet that sound, where i come from a place where the bluegrass grows ♪ ♪ where the rivers run and the
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>> steven curtis chapman. the new album is called deeper roots, where the bluegrass gross. thank you for including "fox & friends" in that. >> very clever. >> i have to do a "fox & friends" remake. >> we need to get more information about your tour? >> steven curtis chapman.com and i'll be here may 9th. all over the place. wherever you all are. >> don't forget to pick up janice's book "mostly sunny." run to the radio, it will be fun. >> who is on the radio today?
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>> me and we'll have karl rove and talking about the college scandal and what the next transcript to drop from those private closed-door meetings. >> we'll be back on the couch in studio f tomorrow. >> bill: thank you very much. breaking news now. two big stories we're watching. paul manafort due in court for his second sentencing hearing in a week. before the day is over he may get 10 years added to his prison sentence coming as we learn new developments on the clinton email matter. new transcripts revealing lisa page admitted that the f.b.i. considered charging hillary clinton but the obama justice department shut it down. much more on that coming up inside of "america's newsroom." meanwhile the breaking news on the biggest college admission cheating scandal we've seen to date. the actress lori loughlin will turn herself into police this

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