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someone else years of joy but sometime after the procedure he suffered complications and passed away. there is an online petition to rename the school after that principal, derek nelson, you are our midnight hero. >> i have to call up the military. all these horrible laws democrats will not change. they will not change them. >> it is thursday, april 11th and this is "fox and friends first". happening at 4:00 am on the east coast of fox news alert, brand-new caravan forming in honduras this morning and heading toward the united states. donald trump forced to take on the crisis without congress or the ports. socialist bernie sanders unveiling his grand plan to fix healthcare. >> we are going to deliver a medicare for all single-payer system.
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>> socialism in this form is absolutely necessary for our country to succeed. >> do americans really want socialism? griff jenkins was there to get that question answered and taking a hit on social media the future nfl star who says he had to scale back his support of the president. "fox and friends first" starts right now. ♪ ♪ rocking in the usa ♪ >> a great time to wake up across the great us of a this morning, you are watching "fox and friends first" on this thursday. almost made it to the weekend, thank you for starting the day with us.
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fox news alert, a brand-new caravan marching toward the us, donald trump threatening to call for additional troops on the border is more than 1000 central americans hit the road. the latest developments on the growing crisis at the border. >> reporter: most of this caravan is traveling on buses and is going through guatemala. the country's president says he will confront this caravan but donald trump sounding the alarm getting ready saying he's ready to add back up. >> have to call up more military. dangerous and from a humanitarian standpoint horrible. >> the president tweeting this after the roundtable discussion saying, quote, i think what democrats are doing with the border is treasonous, open border mindset is putting our
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country at risk, will not let this happen. just this week cvp announcing 53,000 parents and kids were apprehended at the border last month alone. agent say those migrant families are overwhelming facilities along the border. the acting secretary of defense preparing to step in again. >> what i would say as the situation deteriorates, pretty elastic in terms of demand on a so i would expect to have another request for assistance. shannon: mike pence will head to the border, he will be taking part in a us border patrol briefing in arizona. shannon: today at twice deported illegal immigrants accused of murdering a nanny will face a judge. jorge is accused of kidnapping,
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strangling and sexually assaulting carolina canoh while on a jargon new jersey, body was self-loading in a lake last month. the suspect from under us could spend life behind bars if convicted. the navy dropping charges against the officer at the home during a fatal collision and see. commander bryce benson will not face criminal negligence for his role in the us of fitzgerald crash with a commercial ship off the coast of japan in 2017 that killed 7 sailors. charges also being dropped against a crewmember. they will both be reprimanded. attorney general william barr back at it making a stunning admission on capitol hill. >> i think spying on a political campaign is a big deal. >> you are not suggesting that spying occurred. >> i think spying did occur, i think spying that occur. >> democrats firing back at bar for that comment, todd pyro
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joining us live to break it down. he used the word spying. >> reporter: it was the jaw-dropping take away from day 2 amid mounting evidence the fbi tried to gather intel from the trump campaign including warrants to surveillance former trump trade. the ag further explaining in this bombshell. >> have you any evidence of anything improper in those investigations? >> i have no specific evidence i would site right now. i have questions about it. >> the panel you are putting together -- >> i'm not putting together a panel. >> you have interest in this. >> i have concerns about various aspects. >> reporter: house democratic leadership hammering william barr questioning his integrity and getting political. >> let me just say how very very dismaying and disappointing that
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the chief law enforcement officer of our country is going off the rails. >> i believe the attorney general of the united states of america believes he needs to protect the united states. >> william barr testify he doesn't have a team, colleagues helping him as he reviews the case. remember that thing, mueller report? somehow overshadowed in all these fireworks, bar saying he will make public a redacted version within a week before speaking with the chairs of both judiciary committees about it. there were four categories a rejection. information presented to grand juries, passages which reveal intel sources and methods, details of ongoing prosecution cases and information about incidental parties which could harm privacy and reputational interests and while there will be explanatory notes describing the redaction, william barr said he would not hand over the entire report.
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shannon: hopefully we will get this. >> more fireworks if you can believe it, no matter what happens in dc it is always political any day of the week. heather: nancy pelosi described massif law enforcement officer. >> first confirmation unanimous. heather: bill bar's claims of espionage shocking many on capitol hill. bill bennett said after two long years of bashing the president the tide is turning. >> the reason heads were not back as wanted was because the wheel was turning. for two years donald trump and his reputation have taken a beating, punch after punch. today bill bar said there was spying going on and it wasn't by
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the trump administration, maybe by the obama administration, but there are facts, we know carter page was wiretapped by the fbi and stephen holbert and papadopoulos, we know this took place. why? that is what william barr will find out but it could be a game changer as people are watching and seeing where the tide is going. >> donald trump says he has not read the mueller report and doesn't plan to. a former obama white house counsel connected to palm manafort could soon be charged, greg craig allegedly made false statements about lobbying work in ukraine and during interview with a special counsel team his legal team speaking out calling this a, quote, misguided abuse of prosecutorial discretion. donald trump's former plant pain chairman pleaded guilty to charges connected to ukrainian
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lobbying. donald trump is set to meet with the south korean president at the white house. they will discuss reviving denuclearization talks with north korea, their first face-to-face meeting since february's summit in hanoi, vietnam where kim jong un and donald trump walked away with no deal. how about this? a new baby trump is coming, the president's son eric and his wife lera announcing they are pregnant with baby number 2. the president tweeting congratulations to eric trump and lera trump on the great news, so proud, donald trump's 10th grandchild. full house. the time is 10 minutes after the top of the hour. remember when donald trump sent this morning about the surge of migrants at the border? >> we have terrorists coming through the southern border
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because they find it is the easiest place to come through. >> turns out he was right. our next guest, former gang member reveals what is really happening at the border and alexandria ocasio cortez blaming the micro crisis on climate change. how congressman dan crenshaw is firing back this morning. - in a crossfit gym, we're really engaged
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>> we have terrorists coming through the southern border because that is the easiest place to come through. some very tough criminal elements in the caravan. you are going to find ms 13, middle eastern, everything.
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heather: he faced tough criticism about terrorists using the caravan for cover. border patrol said they apprehended criminals and illegals for more than 50 countries trying to sneak across the border. is time to take that threat seriously? here to break it down is casey diaz. we appreciate your time this morning. >> thank you so much. just to let people know, here is a little about your story, you came here when you were 2 years old, the senate el salvador immigrants, correct? >> that correct. we settled in los angeles. heather: you eventually were incarcerated, you join the gang and were incarcerated, one of the most violent criminals in california, turned your life around but you know what you are talking about when you talk about the dangers that are coming across the border. >> i wrote a book in which, i go
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into detail, and these caravans coming in. you've got to be careful. >> when you hear about 50 different countries involved coming here to the united states of america, many of those people coming in illegally, we have 103,000 total march apprehensions including what is referred to as inadmissibles and the number keeps continuing to grow. some of our researchers pulled the numbers specifically related to terrorists and overall 41 people monetary screening database were encountered at the southern border alone in october 2017 to 2018. is the president blowing up these proportions or is it a real issue we need to deal with?
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>> he is spot on with the numbers and i'm not surprised. so far, you have sex trafficking coming in, the youth department recorded 10,000 kids being smuggled for the purpose of sex trafficking. and countries from all over the world know how easy it is to get here and they will use it. heather: what is the best way to stop it from happening? >> a strong message to congress, they need to do something about this, whatever it is and i don't blame our president for being just making sure he protect the american people. the gang issue and ms 13 and everything coming through is dangerous. i talk about this in my book. it shouldn't be looked at as
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something you shrug your shoulders and go it is not a problem. it is a problem and a big problem. heather: mentioned kids and the dangers it poses to them. share with us your personal thoughts about that. >> i talk to my kids often and as a dad i have some intel, i have to wait until an appropriate age but we sit down and i explained to them there is a right way and a wrong way to get into this country and you should be productive and contribute and do what you need to do to be a team player. heather: we want people to come to this country but we want to figure out a way for them to come the correct way and deal with these numbers, people
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wanting to come here. we appreciate you sharing your story. very important for people to hear. the time is 17 after the top of the hour, bernie sanders unveiling his brand-new medicare for all plan. what do his supporters think? >> how do we pay for this? medicare for all in terms of benefits, >> socialism in this form is absolutely necessary. >> jenkins went to find out and he joins us live next. ♪ ♪ of jews in israel and the former soviet union who are not going to be able to celebrate the passover. - without our help. - there is an emergency food crisis for elderly holocaust survivors in the former soviet union.
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julie: are watching "fox and friends first," bernie sanders unveiling his aggressive medicare for all plan that would assure in an expensive government run single-payer system but that doesn't seem to faze his supporters, griff jenkins talks with some of them and he joins us with more on that. >> the man of the hour flanked by primary opponents, bernie sanders launched the centerpiece of his progressive platform, medicare for all. >> we are going to end the international embarrassment of the united states of america, our great country, being the only major nation on earth not to guarantee healthcare to all as a right. >> gillibrand is not the only democratic hopeful, elizabeth warren, kamala harris and cory booker, this is a government run
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plan replacing health insurance, removing americans, nobody pays a premium or deductible, the cost $32 trillion over 10 years but there's a shift toward socialism that has a lot uneasy so we talk to the supporters to try to learn more. >> the price tag is $32 trillion. how do they pay for this? >> medicare for all is saving so much money in terms of benefits, cheaper medication and it will save so much money in terms of reducing the cost of overhead, the administrative burden. >> some americans are fearful this is socialism, this is healthcare like some socialist countries have. what do you say? >> i say socialism in this form is necessary for our country to succeed. >> everybody i talk to, my patients, my family would like the right to healthcare. >> the social structure that is
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making them so incredibly sick and harder to control their medical conditions. it is what i want to do because it is best for patients. >> as for leadership support don't expect house speaker nancy pelosi to sign on. she is urging caution to fellow democrats, and mitch mcconnell says this. >> it should because medicare for none. 180 million americans losing private health insurance. this is the first step. >> late yesterday sanders issued a statement saying he is ready to invoke the so-called nuclear option to pass medicare for all. he may be out a little bit ahead of this. we will see. >> interesting responses, definitely. thank you for joining us. we will talk about it coming up. dan crenshaw slamming alexandria ocasio cortez for linking the border crisis to climate change.
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>> every immigrant has a different reason for wanting to come across but it certainly isn't climate change. the green new deal is not going to solve that. it will wreck our economy so they won't want to come here anymore. >> it is all in response to this tweet, ocasio cortez said people are fleeing their homes to escape climate change which is fueling global migration. not mincing words, jason chaffetz calling her comparison, quote, crazy. >> that is a special kind of crazy when you -- i love that she highlighted alberta because i can tell you there is not a surge of caravans coming from alberta across the border. they are coming from central and south america. we have to deal with this responsibly but the misinformation, a dozen things in that video that are
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fundamentally totally wrong. the kind of fee -- thing you feed a cult or something. it is stunning how stupid that -- those statements are. heather: clay tweeting focusing on the real issues will put a spotlight on the democrats disastrous and flimsy plans. rich posting this on facebook, give her a break, she is young and still to learn, laughing out loud. the usa is not home to the world and cannot be the source of freedom to the world. send your comments to us on that one. the time is 26 after the top of the hour. attorney general william barr's shocking claim telling senators the trump campaign was spied on. >> i think spying on a political campaign is a big deal. spying did occur, yes, i think spying that occur. heather: tom fitton says this could be just the tip of the iceberg and he joins us up next.
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heather: a look at our top story starting with a fox news alert, a brand-new caravan marching toward the us, donald trump threatening to call for additional troops on the border as 1000 central americans hit the road. today donald trump is set to meet with south korean president moon at the white house where they will revive denuclearization talks with north korea along with sanctions. attorney general william barr makes a stunning admission on capitol hill when sounding off on the trump campaign. >> spying on a political campaign is a big deal. i think spying did occur, yes, i think spying did occur. i'm not suggesting it wasn't adequately predicated. i need to explore that.
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heather: let's bring in tom fitton of judicial watch, thanks for joining us, we appreciate it. you heard the ag say i think spying that occur. it doesn't really shock you though. >> it is an unremarkable description of what has been happening and was known to have a hysterical reaction shows that the left and the corrupt democrats who were behind the spying don't want this discussed at all. was there any argument there was an spying? i don't understand what the fight is about. if there was a legitimate basis to use the intelligence agency, fbi and doj to target donald trump and his team i don't think you would have this hysterical reaction.
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the question, the attorney general, was there a reasonable predicate for spying? i think the reaction of the democrats tells us know, there wasn't. heather: the reaction seems to be now the attorney general is covering for the president. listen to this. >> i believe the attorney general of the united states of america believes he needs to protect the president of the united states and that is unfortunate. >> an attempt to take the attention off of these serious crimes. it is conspiratorial nonsense. heather: is anything going to be good enough for them? >> these are folks or defending collectivity by their party that wrongfully used the fbi and the justice department by sending information that was false, known to be false or should have been known to be false, to target their opposition during the campaign. the democratic national
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committee and the hillary clinton campaign were behind this. when you see elected democratic leaders complained that bar called them out, these are folks partly responsible. it was their party behind what i believe to be collectivity. heather: know what else people may or may not remember? we can pull this up from 2017 when donald trump actually tweeted out that some of this was happening, people laughed at him. the mainstream media went crazy over this, he said terrible in 2017, obama had my wiretapped in trump tower just before the victory, nothing found, this is mccarthyism. wasn't that off-base? >> he was writer than right, wiretapped, he would be lucky if that was the only thing going on. people were targeting his campaign, spying directly on his campaign, using letters to take up his phone records and had an
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expansive fisa operation geared getting information in his campaign, using carter page to do so. all of which, there was never a good reason, there was never a good faith basis to institute this mass spying operation. the presidential candidate of the republican party, incredible. the fact that bar made this unremarkable description of it as a spying operation, maybe we should look at what is behind it and the reaction by corrupt democrats tells you everything you need to know. heather: the fact that he used the word spying, i will use the phrase nancy pelosi used, off the rails. is there anything else that bar needs to look into besides what you mentioned? judicial watch has been looking at this from the beginning.
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>> we have documents showing the fbi was paying christopher steele 11 times in 2016, they fired him and we have documents showing bruce or despite him being fired, the fbi was happy to communicate with him 60 times after he was removed by the fbi. what about the fisa warrant application? attorney general bar should not be the only cabinet official trying to figure out what went on. the state department is targeting donald trump at the cia, the nsa, where his director ray been for the last two years. heather: that the name we haven't heard recently. thank you so much for joining us, we always enjoy having you with us. now the family in others we are following, the family of the marine firefighter killed by a roadside bomb in afghanistan will have their mortgage paid off. this is good news.
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the tunnel to towers foundation making that announcement. >> we owe it to the families that were left behind that we are going to make a promise to take care of them. heather: the tunnel to towers founded in memory of a fireman who died during the 9/11 attack, christopher selectman and his wife participated, slotman leaving behind three daughters. two of the marines were killed in that bomb attack as well. this is a live look at snow hammering crews in minneapolis, slamming the midwest overnight. the historic snow causing white out conditions in south dakota as well and denver international airport had to call off hundreds
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of flights, the airport delaying several flights today, this as oregon breaks for more flooding, roads turning into rivers, forcing hundreds of evacuations so you can see from that video montage a lot of states impacted and we will have janice dean coming up to let you know what you need to know if you are in those areas. the first ever picture of a black hole in space, there it is, it is lighting up social media. >> we have seen what we thought was an seeable. we have seen and taken a picture of a black hole. heather: scientists using a global network of telescopes to capture the breakthrough image. they say it matches albert einstein's. of relativity which predicted how time and space is shifted. the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour. bernie sanders unveiling a plan
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to fix healthcare. >> the american people want and we are going to deliver a medicare for all single-payer system. heather: what does bernie sanders's revamped plan mean for you? my next guest says it might as well be called medicare for none. ♪ homecoming queen ♪ as a white knight grilli ng would help take my mind off it all. maybe you could relieve some stress by calling geico for help with our homeowners insurance. geico helps with homeowners insurance? they sure do. and they could save us a bundle of money too. i'm calling geico right now. cell phone? it's ringing. get to know geico and see how much you could save on homeowners and condo insurance.
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heather: ted cruz threatening to regulate facebook and twitter for allegedly censoring conservative voices. >> if we have tech companies using the powers of monopoly to censor political speech i think that raises real antitrust issues. heather: tracy carrasco from foxbusiness here with the contentious senate judiciary
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committee hearings. >> yesterday lawmakers took turns turning up the heat on facebook and twitter's representatives over censorship and political bias on their platform. senator ted cruz warning of possible breakup of big tech, the senate judiciary chairman saying the giant tech companies today are larger and more powerful than standard oil was when it was broken up and if we have tech companies using the powers of monopoly to censor political speech it raises antitrust issues which is when exchange between ted cruz and twitter's director of public policy. >> recently the ceo of twitter, jack dorsey, said i don't believe we can afford to take a neutral stance anymore, i don't believe we should optimize neutrality. this represents the policy of twitter? >> i've not seen that quote. >> do you agree with it? >> that is not how he is building the platform.
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heather: long pause. there was a chair at the hearing for google who didn't show up but was on the guest list, ted cruz saying google will have their turn to answer questions about censorship in front of the committee. heather: thank you so much, appreciate it. let's go back to this. 2020 presidential hopeful bernie sanders unveiling his grand plan to fix healthcare. >> the american people are increasingly clear. they want a healthcare system that guarantees healthcare to all americans as a right. we are going to deliver a medicare for all single-payer system. heather: what exactly is in his medicare for all plan and how will he pay for? tim chapman of heritage action joins us with more. thank you for joining us.
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we just asked the question, as we begin our discussion, a breakdown of what is included in the medicare for all will come every one insurer, nearly aluminate the private market, no out-of-pocket fees, no price tag but higher taxes. what do you think? >> you didn't have listed the taxes will be dramatic. this is a huge tax increase. it outlaws 180 million plans that american people are content with through employer-based insurance. we are now outlying that and kicking people off those plans forcing them onto a 1-size-fits-all government plan it squarely puts the federal government in between individuals and the healthcare choices they are going to make. heather: there are 150 million
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americans paid through their employer would do away with that. the projected cost, $32.6 trillion over the first ten years. how do we pay for it? >> you pay for through much higher taxes. taxes on the american household working-class families across this country would be so significantly increased that it would crowd out all sorts of expenses individual families and budgets. i just think that is the problem for sanders. he is pushing a plan that he can't really articulate how it will be paid for and what it means for individuals and he's very vulnerable on that. heather: 14 other democrats cosponsoring this bill including 2020 contenders elizabeth born, kamala harris, kirsten gillibrand. do you think this would be enough to sway voters to their side? >> exactly the opposite.
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we just came out of field with a poll we did over the last week that was done in battleground district across this country, in 15 battleground district. most of these congressional districts are district were democrats won in 2018 and these are suburban district as working-class district and we found 71% of respondents in those districts oppose the issue of single-payer. and furthermore for independents 66% of independents and 61% of suburban women oppose that. i think this is a third rail the democratic party is now entering into in trying to propose a completely federal takeover of the healthcare system. heather: at the same time we had griff jenkins speaking with some random voters about your take on this and overwhelmingly they support the idea saying it would save money by reducing costs, that socialism in this form is
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necessary, that it would be best for patients. why do you think voters are not getting understanding the costs involved with it? >> no one is articulating the costs yet. right now the democrats are tripping over themselves to endorse this in the primary because they are trying to impress their very liberal base. when you get to the granular issues of what it takes to fund this thing and individual choices and we believe costs, this will make healthcare more expensive in the long run. when you get into that stuff, people back away from it. it is the first proposal, medicare, people like the idea of medicare but medicare is a system that will drastically change when you take it and put every american in and do a 1-size-fits-all approach. heather: when you get into the details that is one not so good
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stuff comes out. thank you for joining us, we appreciate your time this morning, have a good day. maxine waters chairs the house financial services committee, she is the chair but she seems to have forgotten a big part of her job. >> what are you guys doing to help us? >> the government took over lending in 2010 or so to stop lending. heather: out. carly shimkus here with reaction to waters at latest gaffe. ♪ lightning and thunder ♪ thunder ♪ - in a crossfit gym, we're really engaged
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on big banks and the student loan crisis. >> what are you doing to help us? >> when the government took over lending in 2000 and we stopped doing student lending. >> social media wants to know why that was news to the head of the financial services committee, carly shimkus with serious xm 115 is here with some of the reaction. it was funny but it is not funny at the same time. >> he later said she was aware banks are no longer involved in student loans and started issuing a challenge to the ceo to come up with a creative solution so i'm not sure if she was covering herself. what are you going to do? it is not our jurisdiction anymore. and as a chair of finance committee. one would take issue with this, and chairman of this committee.
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>> >> they were thinking, what do you do with this? >> nice cover or attempt to. let's talk about this. the college football star who said he had to delete his am aga tweets ahead of the nfl draft. >> is expected to be a top draft pick in the upcoming draft, he was interviewed by espn and felt obligated to delete his tweets that were pro-trump and criticized colin kaepernick. he said i had to. there's a chance i might end up in san francisco. some of those tweets saying i love donald trump, he called colin kaepernick a clown. was a good idea to delete these
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messages? one twitter user says he's not backing down from supporting trump. he doesn't want to put anything up is controversial that will affect his relationship with potential teammates. just doesn't want to be divided up in the locker room which makes sense. kevin says he should be able to support whoever he wants. san francisco 49ers fan said he shouldn't allow political differences to change freedom of choice and expression. conservative fans don't like when left-leaning football players get political. heather: he was hoping this would fly under the radar. talking about it brought more attention to it. >> he seems pretty vocal politically and looks like he will quiet down from the political perspective. heather: doing what he wants to do. 6 minutes until the top of the hour, scantily clad mannequins
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he keeps going back for a little bit more. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first," thank you for joining us. "fox and friends first" continues right now. >> it is thursday, april 11th at this is a fox news alert, 1000 more migrants bound for the southern border. rob: guatemala's president says they are ready to confront them this time. the president here is colin is bluff. jillian: we will have more on that throughout the hour including this. rob: democrats fuming after a second hearing with william barr and what he said. jillian: we are live with the latest. >> as they wrap it up.


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