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straight to the fox news alert with tensions high in the middle east, the u.s. preparing to deploy 500 troops to saudi arabia. growing concern in the persian gulf after iran seized tw two british tankers. >> aishah hasnie has details. >> reporter: we learned this was in the works for weeks and is not a direct response to the recent iranian provocation. they explained that this movement of forces provides an additional deterrent and ensures our ability to defend forces in the region from emergent threats. iran seized two oil tankers from
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the strait of hormuz on friday. one was released. one is still captured. iran's revolutionary guard claims the ship was seized for noncompliance with international maritime laws. the president saying iran is nothing but trouble and taking a swipe at former president obama for agreeing to a short-term deal with iran's leaders. >> the ridiculous agreement made by president obama expires in a very short period of time. it was a short-term agreement. when you're dealing in countries, you have to deal in 50 years and 100 years, you don't deal in the short term. that was a ridiculous agreement. >> reporter: u.s. already has a large military presence in the persian gulf and very few oil tankers because of increased energy production here at a home. but germany and france responding as well to the seizures. the french foreign minister calling it concerning and harmful to deescalation efforts
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in the region. president trump warning iran to change its behavior soon or things will get a whole lot worse. griff, jeb, pete. thank you very much. good morning to everybody. welcome. you wake up to this news, some of you may have seen it last night, the seizure of an oil tanker of our british allies, obviously an escalation and our movement of troops to saudi arabia, although in the works, will be seen by the leadership in tehran as yet another move to stand up against their attempts in the region, which we know what this regime is. the iranian regime is the largest state sponsor of terrorism in the world. they want a nuclear bomb. they're radical is la mist islae regime. >> it's important to context contextualize iran. rudy giuliani talked about how iran is committing crimes.
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>> iran's regime has been in power for 40 years. they have committed hundreds of thousands of crimes against humanity, slaughtering people in the street. i have seen pictures of 120,000 of those people and since rahani has been in office they've killed twice as many people. these people commit crimes against humanity and europe gives them money and we gave them over $1 billion. that billion dollars went to kill people. and obama and biden should be ashamed of themselves for doing that. >> i think this is extremely important to remember, that if money from our country is landing over there, where is it going? who is it helping? who is it assisting? this is a state sponsor of terrorism. i think president trump's language needs to be strong. if you're going to make a threat, americans are looking for the l follow-through. be careful about what you say
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and how you follow through with those actions because people are going to expect -- remember the red line mistake. people are going to expect when you're talking about a regime by iran, the enormous threats to human rights and whatnot, if you make a threat, that you're willing to follow through on that action. just tread carefully. back at home, the crisis at the border in techs as in rio grande valley sector wher sec ie gone so many times, yesterday a large group of migrants rushed a port of entry at the international bridge, east of the city of mcellen texas. there was a statement released on the incident. they said a group of 47 undocumented individuals attempted to illegally enter the unite-- enterthe united states e waves. they rushed temporary barricades, bent metal poles and dismantled the wire affixed to the barrier.
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>> what makes this different? you said this is a surprising development in that location. >> it was surprising to me because i'm pretty familiar with that sector. the bridge is a point of commerce. we see a lot of drug see churs s happening at the far international bridge, but not as many humans crossing because cartels control this. the cartel the know every single thing and person that crosses that border. the fact that you have the group of 47 crossing at this area suggests that the cartels were well aware, perhaps it's more of a cat and mouse game. >> so this is video of that port of entry which is normally a vehicular -- a vehicle point of entry where you say drugs try to come in and out. it's different for almost 50 people as individuals bum rushing that in the face of border patrol agents with shields, patrols, gas, because that's not something individuals are supposed to go through.
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the cartel controls the area. if those people are trying to do it, they're not doing it without at least the knowledge of the cartel which means something is going on. >> the border pa l trol patrol , what are they supposed to do, when you have people rushing at you, assaulting you, when the border pa patrol responds, whae they supposed to do? their job is to secure the border. if they can't do that job, they have to figure out how to manage that situation on the spur of the moment. if you were being rushed at your home, standing on your property and people start rushing, what are you going to do? these are the moments that the border patrol gets villified, but that's their job. >> it's in spite of the lack of support. the border patrol says it's a
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breaking point. >> senators are down there taking a look at it. >> at the same time this is happening, chuck schumer led a group of 13 democrat senators down there to see the processing center that everyone has talked about, to see the crisis at the border. here's a little bit of what schumer had to say. it may not surprise you. he attacks the president. >> they're treating them all like criminals. you listen to the president, you would think they were all criminals. they're not. we would like to work with the republicans but so far they've been intranigent. it's not like the old days when senator menendez and senator durbin, myself, senator kane, senator graham and senator flake and senato sense senator rubio , donald trump makes the
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republicans afraid to come together with us. we're t waiting for them to come together with us. we hope and pray they will. >> this is unbelievable to me. the president has been trying to advocate for border security and been talking about the overcrowding and why this is such a necessity. now you have democrats coming out and blaming the president. you can't make this stuff up. president trump has forced these democrats to take this issue seriously. where were all of these people and some republican as well, where were they at the border for years when the situation was going on and building. this didn't happen overnight. i think by him bringing this issue to the forefront and being a leader on the issue, he forced democrats to take a stand and say if we don't go down there and we don't have a presence there if we don't talk about this issue, people are going to recognize that this is something we've been willing to ignore for a long time. he did put the pressure on and you it did work in that sense. >> that's right. remember the good old days when republicans and democrats got together and solved the border
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crisis. what is he talking about? it didn't succeed. they didn't give amnesty to millions of illegals. as a result, supporters of the president said we want a real approach to the border, we want to secure it before we give any pathway to anything. so they're living in a fantasy land that no longer exists in washington, d.c. without addressing the true border crisis. you schumer -- schumer said it's awful conditions at these facilities, one kid couldn't brush his teeth. they'll find anything wrong and cherry pick it and make the border patrol look bad. >> why schumer -- while schumer is waiting, kevin mcaleenan has done an unbelievable job, trying to do what he can with what he's got. he was testifying before the house committee on thursday, under fire from came democrats e thanked nancy pelosi for eventually com coming around to
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giving him financial aid. he said since january, now supported by the emergency funding you helped authorize, the dhs team has prepared over 6 million meals, conducted 400,000 migrant health interviews and completed more than 80,000 migrant health assessments. border patrol agents have taken more than 21,000 sick or injured migrants to hospitals and conducted medical tran transporn for over 24 245,000 hours, the rough equivalent of 100 years of work. he testified to the house democrats that they made significant strides despite overwhelming odds that the agency has never faced. they've gotten over 800,000 apprehensions and encounters at the border in this fiscal year, which isn't over until october, so it's likely to hit a million. we saw an unprecedented number
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of unaccompanied children, the risk they would take by themselves, more than 2700 in their custody. mcaleenan said they've gotten to that to fewer than 350. , the wait time less than 35 hours. it's veries fascinating to watch senator schumer down there at the same time when the dms is doing -- dhs is doing everything they can, trying to do everything they can. >> it doesn't matter what mcaleenan says ultimate throw the democrats because they don't care. they want r their talking point. it doesn't matter. you could say this is fiction, this is the facts of what's going on, it doesn't matter. if they don't have that talking point about border patrol being vi llified. a lot of the images from the processing centers were from the obama administration if they don't have that, what will they talk about?
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the economy. they need this talking point and don't care about the facts. >> it's true. the border patrol goes from dealing with a bum rush at the port of entry to giving a bottle to a baby. we'll talk to tom homan who has been the lone voice from start to finish. a dangerous heat wave threatening over 200 million people. states of emergency now declared in new york and wisconsin. he heat indexes reaching triple digits from miami to minneapolis. the hot weather turning deadly in arkansas. former new york giants offensive lineman mitch alinemanlineman mf heat stroke. mayor bill de blasio tweeted this kind of meltdown during the heat wave is unacceptable. the mta owes new yorker new yorn explanation for this.
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terrorism. this is how they seek to bend the will of their ad adversarie. this administration has made it clear that we're not going to blink. we responded proportionally to their provocations in the persian gulf and made it clear if they attack our servicemen and women we will retaliate with a strike that would end the iranian regime. the president said we have an off-ramp here with negotiations. when iran is ready, we're ready to negotiate. meanwhile the sanctions are going to stay in full effect. >> we shot their drone down. they deny that. they seized two british tankers. we already decided to move troops to saudi arabia but that's a big signal, including fighter jets. do we fight to give the tankers relief and the people on-board them? how do we respond to this? >> the latest news there is that the british government held a national security meeting yesterday and the foreign secretary said the british would
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like to solve this diplomatically, not militarily. the iranians said the british tanker was towed to iran ostensibly because it collided with a an iranian fishing boat. it leaves the possibility open that the two sides could come to an agreement without the requirement for military action. i think iran understands if they were to do that to a united states oil tanker, the result would be far different. >> daniel, you say the preferred scenario here is negotiations. everyone would agree that a nonviolent way to prevent a nuclear iran is the right way to go. is it really -- can we really believe that they would come to the table and give up their nuclear weapons? >> well, the more we see these -- >> aspiration for them, i should say. >> i don't think they're going to give up the aspiration for sure. i think you're right about that. that's why we need peace through strength here, demonstrating to iran it's not an option for them, it's a binary choice.
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they look to the option for nuclear weapons and they are stockpiling. it could risk action on our part, for sure. again, i think the restraint this administration has shown is helping us to build that coalition among our european and other allies that proves a that this is the right way to deal with iran. >> think long term, show strength, but be restrained so you get dragged into something you don't want to be a part of, makes sense to me. daniel hoffman, thank you for your time. 50 years ago today the u.s. made history, putting the first man on the moon. and we're celebrating the monumental accomplishment, all morning long here on this saturday edition of "fox & friends." we have a live report and talk to the man leading nasa today. there's the moon right there. coming up next. [music playing] (vo) this is jerry.
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one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> 50 years ago today, apollo 11 landed on the moon. >> millions watched as nasa astronauts neil armstrong and buzz aldrin took those famous first steps. >> president trump honoring them and the engineers who made the historic trip possible. lauren blanchard is live in washington with more on today's celebration and the president's plan for nasa. lauren, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well, president trump says he wants astronauts back on the moon by 2024 and then he says it's off to mars by the 2030s.
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>> nasa's back. we're having rich guys use it and pay us rent. i like that. >> reporter: but the second man on the moon isn't too impressed with the direction of u.s. space exploration in the 50 years since the first lunar landing. buzz aldrin frankly telling president trump about his disappointment with nasa and how he thinks they should be focusing on mars. last night, he talked about how he thinks the u.s. should be getting help from other countries. >> we have other nations who could help us because they want to go back to the moon and we can help share the cost of doing that and build a true alliance of all the capabilities. >> reporter: and tonight the national air and space museum which is where we are right now will be hosting a whole list of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. they're going to have this big
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balloon boot drop at 10:56 p.m. to signify exactly when when nel armstrong stepped on the moon. there will be a fantastic show on the mall, something to see. thank you very much. the u.s. made history 50 years ago, putting the first man on the moon after the landing of apoll low 11. >> and we are celebrating the monumental moment all morning long. >> here to commemorate is nasa administrator, jim bridenstein. it's a great day for you. what are your thoughts? >> it's a great morning. we are celebrating 50 years. we have to think about why this moment was so important in american history. this was a contest of great powers. it was the united states of america against the soviet union and of course we were trying to demonstrate technological prowess. but the question is why? we were trying to demonstrate that our political and economic system was superior to theirs.
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and when neil armstrong and buzz aldrin landed on the moon, it signified that. it aligned the world for a moment in time in a moment of unity. that's really what it was. not just partisan politics fell away. we have to remember where we were in 1969. we had vietnam war raging, we had civil rights protests, we civil rights abuses. at this moment in time in the 1960s with all of this political strife, all of america came together and said look at this monumental achievement of all of humanity. tens of millions of people behind the iron curtain watched and all around the world, everybody on the planet watched as they walked on the moon. it's a moments of american greatness, also a moment of humanity, dreaming more and believing that we can do anything we set our minds to. >> jim, the president gave you a
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shout-out with respect to this. let's take a listen to what he had to say and then i want to get your reaction. >> jim bridenstein was somebody that -- everybody wanted that job. there's a love for space that is unpair reeled. unparalleled. mike pence and myself felt strongly about jim. we gave him the job. he surpassed any of our expectations. >> big expectations. 50 years later, we haven't been back since 1972 with a manned mission. what's next for american space exploration. >> i want to say, i appreciate the kind words from the president. i will also say, we have an opportunity to do big things because the president cares a lot about space and he doesn't just -- it's not just rhetoric. he's putting his money where his mouth is and if you look at the president's budget request, we just got an increase in our budget request to go back to the moon, sustainably, and then on to mars. now, this is different than we've ever done it before. because now we have commercial
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partners to where nasa can be one customer of many customers and a lot of this architecture. now, a lot of these commercial companies can't do everything. nasa is going to be very involved. at the same time we have commercial partners. we have international partners. we have hundreds of millions of tons of water on the south pole of the moon we can use to live and work for long periods of time. and the question is why. because the president has a vision. president trump warrantpresident an american flag on mars. that's what we're going to do, we're going to plant an american flag on mars. that's the objective. >> jim, i want to ask you, this day commemorates also the engineers, the peoples' names of whom we don't know. you've got a lot of talented ones there, that are younger, reaching for the sky now. what does this day mean for them? >> this is an amazing opportunity. i saw a new york times article earlier this morning, about how there were no women involved in
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the 1960s. this time we have a highly diversified astronaut car that includes women. it's being called artemus. she happens to be the godes of the moon. under this program we're going back to the moon and onto mars with a very diverse, highly qualified astronaut core that includes women. when we talk about the agenda, remember this. president trump and vice president pence have said we're going to put the next person on the moon will be an american and it will be either the next man or the first woman, but we will put the first woman on the moon as the united states of america. >> jim, big goals, big mission. we would love to see the u.s. flag on mars. >> absolutely. >> thank you very much for joining us. it's a great straw debate, paper or plastic, president trump weighing in. >> i do think we have bigger problems than plastic straws. but what about the plates, the wrappers and everything else that are much bigger and they're
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that's your shot of the morning, a veteran going viral after he recorded himself climbing a flag pole to fix a a flag at a navy seal monument. >> just running by the navy seal monument this morning, the memorial and i saw the flag needed to be fixed and there you have it. >> the retired seal said it took him four tries to make the climb but he wasn't going to abandon that flag. >> his favorite part of the experience was the hug from passerbies whpasserby's who thar his service. >> here to react this morning, tom homan. first, when you see that video and you contrast what happened at a colorado facility last friday where protesters tophic dowprotesters tookdown an amerip a mexican flag instead, these are images from the facility,
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and you see what a seal does to restore an american flag, wow, a contrast of two countries right now. >> no one's going to question the navy seal, his love for country and love for that flag. look at the video. it's inspiring. when you talk about the protesters that took down the american flag and put up a mexican flag on a government-run facility, it really shows the contrast in how far the lefts has gone. i bet you not one of those protesters that took down the american flag ever flew an american flag at their home during a mo holiday, don't understand the sacrifices that relate to that flag. this is another example of how out of control the left is. >> tom, i want to get to the violence that's erupting at a particular port of entry in texas right now. you have border patrol agents that were swarmed by illegal immigrants. their protective gear was grabbed.
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they're trying to figure out what to do to address the situation. my concern here is that border patrol agents get vilified no matter what. here you have them swarmed by people coming into the country illegally. they're there to secure and protect the border. what else can they do in a situation like that? >> they're doing exactly what they're supposed to do, trying to secure that border. this is something i try to talk about during my hearing. no one wanted to hear it. everybody's talking about these people escaping fear and persecution from their homeland. no one is talking about how nine out of 10 are notes escaping fear and -- not escaping fear and percent caution. persecution. they don't respect our country and they don't respect our laws. they're rushing u.s. agents who are telling them to stop, but they actually injured a couple officers and no one wants to talk about that. this is the other part of the story that no one wants to talk about. they want to talk about the bad conditions they're leaving. how about talking about the
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rights of this country to protect its border and the right for bor border pa l patrol ageno protect themselves. >> kevin mcaleenan took the same treatment, while the minority leader in the senate, chuck schumer led a group of democrat senators down to mcallen, ground zero, for this crisis and he blamed the president's administration for not coming to the table. he's waiting on them. take a listen to this. >> h you change the policy from the top. that includes the president, that includes mr. miller, that includes the top people at cbp. we would like to work with the republicans but so far they've been intransigent. we're waiting for them to come together with us. we hope and pray they will.
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>> tom, chuck schumer's waiting. >> that's incredible. if they want change at the top, change the top of the democratic leadership. he's going down there to look at a manufactured crisis. remember, him and nancy pelosi stood shoulder to shoulder and said it was a manufactured crisis. what's he looking at? according to him, there's no crisis at all. in 2014 and 2015, when the facilities were overcrowded, i didn't hear one complaint back then. they gave i.c.e. and border patrol money to build family detention beds and build so-called cages. what a contrast on their response now versus their response back under president obama where they were silent and didn't say a bad word about border pa l troll an patrol ande conditions back then. >> do you remember the good also days he was talking about when everyone came together and fixed the border crisis. >> congress has failed the american people for three
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decades, that was part of my testimony last week. they have failed the american people over and over again. as far as as far as him complait the crisis, if they would have fixed the loopholes, there would have been no crisis. if they would have done their job to fix the loopholes that caused the surge to happen to begin with, this is their failure, not the border patrol. this is their failure and they can't run from it. >> which is why them pointing their finger at your chest at the end of the day is so ironic. chilling text messages from an american citizen accused of joining isis. quote, you will be bleeping scared for the rest of your life, one of the messages sent from the naturalized citizen. the accused isis sniper appeared in a new york court on charges
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of providing material support to the group in syria. he's also accused of training other isis fighters. a woman undergoes chemotherapy and double mastectomy only to find out she didn't have breast cancer. she was diagnosed by a british hospital. she found out she was misdiagnosed. she is now filing legal action, forcing the hospital to make improvements so it doesn't happen again. it's the last straw for president trump. more and more cities pushing out plastic straws. but the president says there are far more pressing issues in america. >> i do think we have bigger problems than plastic straws. you know, it's interesting about plastic straws. so you have a little straw. but what about the plates, the wrappers and everything else that are much bigger and they're made of the same material? >> and now the president's campaign is selling its own straws. the online ad says, quote, liberal paper straws don't work. stand with president trump and
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buy your pack of recyclable straws today. so what do you think? e-mail friends@foxnews.com. what do you think about the straws? we've been debating this all morning. >> anyone who tries a paper straw knows it work. >> i use plant based compostable straws. they're fantastic. they can be done. >> it doesn't work in smoothies. greg will back me up 100%. you need a plastic straw in a smoothie, no. >> reporter: paper straws don't work in a smoothie at all. i've been trying to practice not using a straw. it requires a lot of focus, especially drinking something that might make you not be able to drink as well. that's my thought. let's talk about the weather. you'll need straws, whatever it is with cool drinks because it is really hot. take a look at the map. heat advisories, heat warnings. where you see the red, we have excessive heat warnings in
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an apology from the ceo of the most popular e-cigarette brand to parents whose children have become hooked on vaping. >> first of all, i'd tell them i'm sorry that their child's using the product. it's not intended for them. i hope there was nothing we did that made it appealing to them. as a parent of a 16-year-old, i'm sorry for them and i have empathy for them in terms of what the challenges they're going through. >> joining us now to react, dr. mark seagal. doctor, welcome. >> hi, great to see you. >> so what do you think about this? juul is saying we don't market this to kids. it's not intended for kids. so are they on the hook for all these kids getting ad addicted o
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vaping. >> i think they are. when you look at what juul is, it's a $30 billion company which makes these pods that look like you plug them into a computer and they have flavors like watermelon, like mango and guess who is using them? teens. 75% of the e-cigarette market is juul and juul is geared towards teens. that's why he's disingenuous. high schoolers are using juul, one out of five high schoolers are now vaping. i'm not that worried about that. you know what i am worried about, that leads to three to four times the amount of tobacco smoking later on. way more high schoolers are vipinvaping than smoking now. >> what about people that say if vaping didn't exist, they would be smoking. >> it's not true. that's another one of these slogans. the problem is that nicotine is add dicaddictive and plenty of s wouldn't be doing anything. once they get started on vaping,
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they get addicted to nicotine and they get it anywhere they can. i like e-cigs to help older smokers get off of tobacco. i use it for that. i use different kinds of e-cigarettes that aren't juul, that aren't geared for teens. it's disingenuous to say it's not marketed to teens. the entire generation is geared toward what juul is doing and he knows it. >> really quickly, what can a company like this do to not have this issue? >> they could comply with the fda who told them to get the flavored e-cigarettes out of stores. they didn't. you're not supposed to be able to sell to teens under the age of 18. it's illegal in all 50 states. yet they're still doing it. teens are getting it. juul knows it. juul's enabling it. an american made business fee churtd at the white house -- featured at the white house this week. some of those int onlie entrepre
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welcome back. this week, the white house hosting its third annual made in america event. highlighting u.s. companies and their american made products. this morning, two of those companies are here to showcase those products. let's start with molly thorson and her dad, bob, founders of little boroughs, a family run gardening tool company. it helps -- things get lost.
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you're like let's fix that. >> when you work in the garden, things get lost. you need your tools. you can't go you out to the garden with all this in your hands. we designed the wheelbarrow attachment that holds everything. and it's easy on, easy off as simple as that. it's lightweight, weighs three pounds, holds everything you need. >> you decided to make it america. you're headquartered in virginia. do you feel like that's an advantage? >> yes, absolutely. we can get inventory on demand at any time. and that's a real advantage. obviously, we love being a part of the american economy and giving back and being a part of american jobs. >> so i bet we have a lot of viewers saying this makes sense to me. where can folks learn more? >> you can go to littleburrows.com, we're on target shelves. you can get it at homedepot.com,
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walmart.com. >> love it. littleburrows.com. did you enjoy the white house? >> yes, we did. griff, you've got one over here. >> i've got casey andrews out of steelwater, oklahoma. when you get a call from the white house, what's that like? >> it's exciting. it's almost unbelievable, really. we almost thought it was a joke when we first got the phone call. then once we saw the e-mail with the dot-gov on it, we took it more serious. >> the president and white house recognized that game day iron works is an important american company. what we have got here. >> we're a collegiate manufacturer. we have a ton of universities we partner with. we make their logos. it's not our logos, it's their logos. we build them in all shapes and sizes. we have items from little card holders a all the way to large mascots that go on your front porch. >> this is the oklahoma state
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cowboys, i see. >> it is, pistol pete. we wanted to bring out pistol pete, simply because we're from steelwater, oklahoma. >> is that the first time you made the presidential seal? >> we did. we wanted to -- after the invite to the white house, we wanted to maybe offer something to the president. we were kind of throwing around ideas and the seal just made sense. and so we had no idea they were going to present it to him in that way. we didn't know it was going of to be on -- >> there it is. >> and so it was really cool. he loved it. >> so i've got a daughter going to the university of georgia. we've got to get one. where do we get it? >> gamedayironwork.com. >> thank you very much. appreciate it. all right. break free, tom brady takes his daughter for a big jump but social media not so happy. ♪ i want to break h free. ♪ i want to break free from your lies, so self satisfied. ♪ i don't need you.
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♪ saturday morning, it's "fox & friends," second hour here, maybe the first hour for you. doesn't matter. we're going to do it all again. >> i love how you say that, like it's your house, your living room, come on in, everyone. >> come on in. so many people come visit us on 48th and sixth avenue. we love it when you do. come on out when you're in new york city. every day is the 4th of july on "fox & friends." >> where plastic straws are welcome. >> yes, they are. >> not for everyone. you got to get my plant-based compostable straws, give them room to breathe. >> we've got a big debate on that. there is some news. >> there has been news this week, in case you've hiding
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under a rock. i was on vacation for most of the week but i couldn't avoid it. >> you were on vacation. >> in wisconsin in the woods, with seven kids, most of which were sick. >> is that a vacation? >> barely. barely. but you still couldn't escape of course the ongoing feud between president trump and the group they now call the squad. the president was asked more about it yesterday at the white house before he headed to new jersey for the weekend. this is what he had to say. >> i don't know if it's good or bad politically. i don't care. but when people are speaking so badly, when they call our country garbage, think of that, that's worse than deplorable. these women have said horrible things about our country and the people of our country. nobody should be able to do that and if they want to do that, that's up to them. but i can't imagine they're going to do very well at the polls. if the democrats want to embrace
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people that hate our country, people that are far -- so far left that nobody's ever seen it, anything like it. >> oh, boy. it continues. >> let me show you a quote from the wall street journal here about the squad. here hads what they said. three of the four squad members sought to pack up relations and requested a meeting over drinks in the longworth congressional office building. it did little to mend relations according to several people familiar with the matter, representatives of the four declined to comment. i spent the entire day in the longworth building, and i tracked down congresswoman ilhan omar, one of the four members -- one of the four with members of the press and they said griff, you're not going to get her to talk. i did get her to talk. they realize they carved out a fight with the president and she
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went on and gave us all a sound bite in the hallway. the president is a fascist and she's going to continue to dissent. she did it in front of a teenage muslim immigrant that was visiting hevisitingvisivisiting. she wanted that young woman to see she is not afraid to take on the president. what you can't overstate is the power that aoc, rasheeda tlaib, ilhan omar, what they're feeling. we had rush limbaugh on last week. he said he thinks it's more for show. being in the halls of congress, it feels very real and that they're going to continue to try to exert what they believe to be a power they've now got. >> i don't think they should be underestimated. i think they feel they are this new wave of new democrats that are coming in, hard core progressives. they are principled in what they believe. i happen to disagree with them on policy. i do give them credit for being willing to buck the establishment. that happened a lot on the right. you saw that with the tea party.
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i think they want to try to get as many people to co-les coalesd them. a lot realize these are not the policies being he' espoused, a t of them don't mix with the center left. i give them credit for being tough in the face of people like nancy pelosi who has been there for a long time, she's got a lot of connections. she's well established in the machine. they're saying we're coming in and we're going to shake things up. >> if you're a rank and file democrat, you're concerned because these four are starting to define who you are and what you represent. they've got more you power than nancy pelosi and chuck schumer right now, at least in the court of public opinion. the presidential candidates on the left who will soon go to the debate stage next week, they're going to get asked about the squad, they're going to get asked about their statements, do
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you support some of the anti-semetic statements that have been made, do you support open borders, the green new deal, are you a democratic socialist, pushing them further to the left because the candidates are scared of their base. you know who loves this? president trump. what he's saying, if you don't love this country, then you are free to leave it. and it doesn't mean go back to your home and some nativeist way. it means the things you say don't show gratitude and appreciation for america, you don't love us for who we are, you're free to go anywhere you want of. as a citizen or noncitizen or refugee or immigrant, this is a contrast, the president is going to enjoy and continue to push all the way through to 2020. >> i think these four women have changed the conversation. we are all talking about them. am oc, you've seen her on interviews everywhere. they have made it a point to make themselves heard. you have to give them credit for that. michelle obama recently tweeted about this, blaming president
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trump and said what truly makes our country great is its diversity. i've seen that beauty in so many ways over the years, whether born here or seek refuge here, there's a place for us all. you must remember it's not my america or your america, it's our america. so you have these conversations where you have high profile leaders in the country that have having to weigh in on a rift between the president of the united states and these four women who just got elected and have made a lot of waves. anyone who is able to make that kind of headway, regardless of whether i agree with them or not, i give them credit for their ability to be heard. >> i love you, but i give them no credit. >> i give them a lot. it's not easy to do that. >> they don't know a whole lot about history but they're very confident in their own beliefs which to me is the worst combination. i think i know a lot and i'm adamant about what i believe. >> but taking that out of it, whether you agree or not, a lot of the green new deal stuff, it's crazy stuff. but they have come center stage and made themselves be listened
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to. that is not he's. >> they have also exposed the true core beliefs of leftists. when you hear michelle obama say it's not my america or your america, it sounds like barack obama, when he said we're not a blue america, not a red america, we're a red, white and blue america. they say what makes america great is diversity. what truly makes america great is all the things the founders gave us, we stil still revere t. >> they are attacking kevin mcaleenan, the reality of the border cries sigh which democrats -- crisis which democrats first said wasn't a crisis, now we all know it is, yesterday cbp put out a
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statement, because yesterday at an international bridge, here's the statement of what happened. they said a group of 47 undocumented individuals attempted to illegally enter the united states in three waves, via the far international bridge, ignoring commands to stop. the group suddenly rushed the temporary barricades, disabled the wire affixed to the barrier that puts agents in danger. it's a busy, busy port of entry, i think the busiest in the rio grande sector. you see it here, this is that entryway. tons and tons of traffic coming across. we talked to tom homan, the retired i.c.e. director, that said everybody talks about the fear of the migrants trying to escape but not the safety of the border patrol. listen. >> everybody is talking about the people escaping fear and percenpersecution from their ho. nine out of 10 aren't escaping fear and persecution. but they disrespect the country. you can't want to be a part of
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the greatest country on earth and not respect our laws. here's a group of people rushing u.s. agents who are telling them to stop, this is the other part of the story that no one wants to talk about. they want to talk about the bad conditions they're leaving. how about talking about the rights of this country to protect its border and the right for border patrol agents to protect themselves. >> you know this area well. you say it's controlled by cartels. any activity going on there would be connected to the cartels. >> nothing crosses that border that the cartel doesn't know. the reality of that border is something that democrats are going to have to deal with. i rea lying realize they want is political issue. what tom is talking about, the condition that our agents are going through, that will too eventually be something that even they're going to have to acknowledge. >> kudos to tom homan. he's been on the front lines, unapologetic in defense of the border patrol. he has taken so much heat with that. he comes on with facts. when you come at him with
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emotional arguments, he says that's not what's happening. very brave, bold of move in this day and age. >> to face the so-called squad -- >> that would b would be fascin. tensions high be in the middle east after iran's revolutionary guard seized two british oil tankers near the persian gulf. the guard claimed the ships violated international rules. president trump said iran is just trying to aggravate. >> this only goes to show what i'm saying about iran. trouble. nothing but trouble. >> former cia station chief dan hoffman weighed in last hour. >> it's a rogue state sponsor of terrorism. this is how they seek to bend the will of their adversaries and this administration has made it clear that we're not going to blink. >> the president has brought on senator rand paul to help lead talks with the regime. and a power outage cuts a vacation short for hundreds of
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cruise-goers. the ship was forced to make a u-turn back to seattle shortly after leaving to alaska. it was escorted back to port where it regained power. tom brady taking a leap of faith with his 7-year-old daughter, seemingly dragging her off a waterfall. >> one, two, three, jump! >> she hesitated while plunging with dad during a l family a fay vacation in instagram. hdaddy always gives her a ten. >> she's wa ready to go and then she hesitated. >> she'll never been afraid of that jump again. >> sometimes kids freak out and say i'm not doing it again. >> sometimes you just got to take that first step. >> i love it. >> like that first step we're
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celebrating today, the 50th anniversary of the apollo 11 mission. neil armstrong and buzz aldrin changing the trajectory of history, a great moment of pride for our country. it may be lost on the younger generation. >> there's a new harris poll out of kids ages 8 through 12. they ask what do you want to be when you grow up. these are the answers of american kids. 29% say a vlogger or youtubeer. 26% a teacher, 23% professional athlete. 19% musician. 8%, astronaut. >> chinese kids when asked, 56% astronaut, 37% professional athlete and 18% a youtubeer. what i was happy to see was teacher was number two in both places. that's a tough job. >> it's got a big spot in your heart. >> how troubling is that you've
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got the vlogger, the youtubeer, that's the top of our top four and top of the chinese one. >> a vlogger is just staring at yourself. >> they make money. they're huge stars. >> it's troubling that some young child would aspire to be kim kardashian as opposed to buzz aldrin and neil armstrong. e-mail us and let us know what you think. would you rather been a vlogger or as trough not. it's a promise that bernien. sanders has been making for years. >> to raise the minimum wage to a working wage. >> $7.25 an hour, federal minimum wage, is a starvation wage. >> but now his own campaign staff is accusing him of paying a starvation wage.
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staffers who say he doesn't even pay that much. a a new report shows his unionized workers complaining because of what they call a, quote, poverty wage. here to react, former director of social justice for the 2016 bernie sanders campaign, teslan figero. you have to give bernie sanders credit for being the first to unionize. it seems now he has a problem. >> i do give him credit for being the first to unionize. when you unionize, you have to be held accountable by the union. it's all fun and games to say we want to pay everybody $15 an hour until you have to figure out how to pay people $15 an hour. i support a higher wage for sure. but these employees, i want to disspell this myth right now. these employees that went to the polls, that turned over e-mails, did this because they felt they weren't being heard. it's hypocrite call to feel you watch a presidential candidate give great speeches and say
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they'll take care america and you're not being take care of. people feel the need to run to the media in order to get help. they say this is the establishment, they're out to get bernie. let's talk about why the staffers felt the need to have the conversation in the public. >> they say they're in negotiations. remember the $15 an hour is with the full health care. here's how the sans deers campaign is -- sanders campaign is defending this, saying sanders said field organizers who are the lowest ranking members of a presidential campaign, typically in their 20s make $36,000 a year with 100% employer paid health care. that comes out to about $17 an hour. but 40 hour workweeks on presidential campaigns are rare.
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sanders said the campaign will limit the number of hours staffers work to 42 or 43 each week to ensure they're making the equivalent of $15 an hour. you're a veteran of campaigns, this is difficult. can they achieve that? >> probably not. when you're talking about campaigns, long hours, they expect you to do more. people expect to be paid for every hour they work. so it was great to come out and do a big media rollout, oh, yeah, we're the union, we're taking care of everybody but asking people to work 60 or 70 hours a week, the math doesn't add up. people who make more than $36,000 a year who don't get health care benefits, either you do medicare for all or you're not. that's what missing the whole conversation about health care and 1 a $5 a $15 an hour. >> thanks for being here today. >> thank you. it all started with a message to the president.
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3100 federal inmates were released for good behavior under president trump's first step act. the majority of those freed had minor drug convictions. the president signed the bill into law last year. and finally, $7,111, that's how much money 9/11 is pledging to the college fund of a baby born at 9/11 on 7 -- 7-eleven, weighinweighing 7 pounds, 11-ou. our next guest pledged to donate money to a vet if president trump retweeted him. he wrote back thank you, bill, and retweeted. >> he headed to nashville yesterday to surprise a he deserving vet. listen. >> the president cares a lot about our veterans, president trump. he retweeted him, i'm going to give you $30,000, $20,000 in the
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form of a car, this chevy car, this is your brand-new car. >> thank you so much. >> my pleasure. >> joining us now, former of flight short and ceo of pulte capital, bill pulte and combat veteran, lena ramone. bill, you do twitter philanthropy. you have a great respect for veterans. you throw the tweet out to the president. did you expect something would actually come of it? >> i actually thought he would do it. he's a businessman. he's very creative. i think he thinks about things differently than people have. i'm not sure many other presidents who have done it. with one tweet, he calls it his typewriter, he punched a hole in the reality of philanthropy. we're moving philanthropy on social media. i'm raising money for many veterans, including lena who is amazing. she has a traumatic brain injury. we've been able to give her a car because of the president's tweet. this is what america should be
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doing, using technology and the president has helped that. >> lena, tell us a little bit about your story and how this money, this car has really changed your life. >> after i got out of the service, no one tells you the manual what it's going to be like in the real world for military to civilian life. they didn't tell you what the outcome could be. going from the security to the open world. and to find out that you struggle through life and try to make ends meet, try to get the assistance and get turned away, doors shut in your face, other type of organizations that are supposed to be there, that tell you don't forget those veterans organizations are there to help you, if you need it and i did go to those and i got turned away.
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and i was very heart broken. i'm not the only one. there's a lot of veterans it happened to them and for the surprise yesterday, it was -- i was very shocked, overwhelming, that having the president and bill and code of vets and the team and everything to put all this together, to show they're caring and loving for veterans and doing what is right for us, we are -- they're our voices to speak for us and we say how we feel and everything and to where having those generosity of people, that was part of it and it's a life changing thing for me, life changing for my kids. this does make a difference to us. even though something that -- a dollar, small enough, it does help and with the retweet that i
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saw from president trump, i was very pleased that somebody actually does listen. and wanting to help, help a lot of veterans that are in need and with the extra code of vets, they give back. they don't keep that money. they give back to those veterans and they're there and they want to establish a foundation for the citizens and with mr. bill and having to come together to get all that stuff, it's a life changing -- it is hope for us to see that there is light and they always say it's greener on the other side and i didn't know what that meant until i saw it myself yesterday. >> that's beautiful, lena. very well said. as you said, there's no manual for the next chapter after you leave the military so knowing people appreciate you and honor that service goes a long way.
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bill, final word here. the ability to change a life and you believe the internet is the future to do even more of this. >> it is. it is. and i tell you, i mean, with the president, him just even retweeting, him retweeting this stuff, we raised over $50,000 for a colonel in the military who lost a all of his belongings in a fire. we raised over $50,000 with one tweet from me. and that's thanks to the president. so there's many other examples. a paraplegic marine, we raised $13,000. people all across the globe -- i'm wealthy but people across the globe are giving me money, giving the causes money, $1, $2, $5, this is a phenomenon that's taken off virally and we intend to keep it going. >> we want to thank you both for being here. bill, thank you for what you do, lena, for sharing your story. i know this is a story that has touched so many, us and so many around the country. >> thank you so much. chris pratt labeled a white supremacist for wearing a don't
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♪ treasure. ♪ that is what you are. ♪ you're my golden star. this is the shot of the morning. keanu reeves having some fun on the set of his new bill and ted movie. he stopped to sign an autograph. >> the sign said you're breath-taking, referencing a viral moment at a video game expo. >> he returned the compliment, writing you're breath-taking. way to go, keanu. acr toractor chris pratt under n social media -- under attack on social media after wearing a don't tread on me shirt. >> the company that made the shirt is fighting back. he said many of us wore the first navy jack sleeves of our uniforms. we are not nike. we won't back down and recall
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our shirts. instead, we'll rerelease the design. >> joining us now, founder of ceo of forged thread works, mike sours and samantha bonilla. i hope i said it correctly. welcome. did you ever imagine when you made this shirt it would be in headlines everywhere and create this kind of controversy. >> not in this way, for sure. i mean, it's just crazy to think about somebody texted me in the morning and i thought this is a joke. it was one of my friends, sent it to me. i was like you've got to be kidding me. it's totally ridiculous. if you look at the shirt, it's an american flag on the shirt that has symbols from flags that we've used in the pas past, the don't tread on me flag. there's a quote on the back of the shirt which no one bothered to look at the back of the shirt. if you look at the picture of chris, it's only the front of the shirt. the quote on the back of the shirt was actually a quote that
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was inspired by martin luther king, junior. >> really. >> we have that quote, the true measure of an individual is not how they act in a time of triumph but rather how they act in a time of tragedy. which is a fantastic statement that everyone should be embracing this. >> right. i don't know if you know many white supremacists that wear a shirt quoting martin luther king, junior. that's absurd to me. >> probably not a whole lot. >> i guess they didn't do their research. shocking. >> definitely not good marketing for them, that's for sure. >> let me ask you, mike and sam, thank you for your service, mike, you're a former navy seal. what has been the reaction from the military an military and thy to this situation. >> we've had an overwhelming amount of support, not just from the military and law enforcement. yes, that is a big part of it. but it's just your everyday patriotic american. it's just such an absurd thing. so many people in america are
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getting behind it. >> have you heard from chris pratt as this has been ongoing. >> we have. after we made the post, he reached out and thanked us for that and he supports the re-release of the shirt and that's all he wanted to say. >> what do you think it is about this shirt that drives some people crazy? what could it be? it's an american flag. what is it about this shirt that gets people? >> i don't think there's just some people that they want to fit a a narrative to something and -- chris had the shirt for over seven years. if you look at the shirt in the picture, look how faded it is. he wore it at least 100 times. so it's like why now, why now does somebody see that and go that's racist. >> is it part of the moment we live in now, the symbols of our country, betsy ross flag, don't tread on me, certain statues of presidents and others are under assault. do we not live in a different time where the american flag itself is threatening to some
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people? >> i believe it is. to me, fighting for the flag, just like you, we are out there in the battlefield and it means a lot to us and it's just crazy for me to think right now in this country that wearing an american flag could be considered as racist. patriotism can be confused with racism. i don't just understand that. i don't grasp that. >> mike, with the little time we've got here, why did you start this company? >> actually, when i got back from my last deployment in iraq in 2007 we had a teammate of mine who was critically injured and a bunch of us in the platoon got together and decided to make a shirt and raise money for him to help with his treatment and after that, some guys around the team just came up and were like i -- i wasn't planning on starting a clothing business. i was going to stay in the military and retire. a couple guys said hey, you should make more shirts, you
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should make more shimplets i recruited a butt cit buddy of m. he knew about graphic design. i think it was around christmas time, we started about 600 shirts out of the trunk of our car. >> you thought this might be a a company. it was borne out of the worst hell hole on the planet, yet now under attack. how do people get the shirt right now. >> go to forged.com and on the website, just click on the don't tread on me flag. really easy to find. >> you're the marketing manager, not too bad for marketing. >> thank you. i mean -- >> could you ask for any better? >> we felt the need to come to chris pratt's defense and our brand and our customers and fans that wear our shirts. it was really an attack honestly. we're not nike. we're not going to recall this design. we're going to re-release it and
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we're going to make something good out of these remarks by these critics and we're going to donate a portion of the proceeds from the shirt to a charity of chris pratt's choice because of that. >> good for you. i guarantee by having that reaction and not being like knee kirks your sales are going to -- like nike, your sales are going to boost even higher. >> forged.com. thank you both for your service. >> thank you very much. we're going to turn to headlines for you now. president trump took a swipe at london's mayor after the city's police department is hacked. the president tweeting, quote, with the incompetent mayor of london you will never have safe streets. hackers sent several tweets from the london police department's account yesterday. twitter labels a tweet about a blue angels flyover by texas' governor as sensitive content. the tweet was hidden from many of his followers. the governor calling for a meeting with twitter. he writes, quote, another way twitter is erected challenges
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what might seem like a small cough can be a big bad problem for your grandchildren. babies too young to be vaccinated against whooping cough are the most at risk for severe illness. help prevent this! talk to your doctor or pharmacist today about getting vaccinated against whooping cough. this week marks 50 years since the tragic car wreck in chappaquiddick when a car driven by senator ted kennedy plunged
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off a bridge into a pond. the crash took the life of a 28-year-old, mary joe kapeshni, embroiled senator kennedy in one of the most significant political battles in the country. >> we have the author of a book and a podcast in honor of the anniversary. this letter that's now surfaced claiming to reveal a different -- i guess events happening, because we are all familiar with the base story that this letter tells us that a woman may have put kopeshni in the back seat who had too much to drink and ted kennedy may not have known she was in the back seat when he crashed. >> this theory has been around since day one. the theory is that mary joe
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kopeshni, she was the oldest of the girls that are all worked -- that's what they were called. they all worked for bobby kennedy who had been murdered during his campaign for be president. this was a reunion and there were four really much older guys and five young women all in their 20s. and they were having a party on chappaquiddick. it was a big yacht race on martha's vineyard. about 11:00 midnight that evening they began pairing off and so when teddy left with mary joe, who used to be a secretary to several members of the kennedy entourage, including bobby, and he drove off the bridge and she was drowned. well, the theory is, and again, it's been promulgated for a number of years was that mary joe was not used to drinking very much. she had too much to drink. the cottage was very small. two bedrooms. she couldn't get to sleep so she
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went into the back seat of the large oldsmobile and passed out. and ted and another woman, the youngest of the boiler room girls who was 22, they go and they leave and he drives the car off the bridge and they both get out, ted and the other -- woman, and they swim to safety. they don't know that mary joeys in the car and they're laughing and joking about it. a few hours later they realize where is mary joe and they can't find her and that's when they realize it. the evidence of this theory is that when they pull the car out of the water, the tidal pond the next morning, they found the purse and the wallet of the second boiler room girl and now she always has claimed that she had gone out to the car because there was a transistor radio, they wanted some music and she had a couple of drinks and she was just looking for the
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transistor radio and left her purse. and she's -- no one has ever spoken -- all the men are dead. the boiler room girls are all still alive and the woman who actually left her purse in the car, she's the only one who ever issued a statement on the fifth anniversary of the death of mary joe kopeshni in 1974, she issued a one sentence statement. she said my friend mary joe was in the wrong car at the wrong place in the wrong time with the wrong people. and i think that kind of sums it up. >> this is the 50th anniversary, one of the biggest political scandals of our time. what are your thoughts on how all of this affects the legacy of ted kennedy as we look at this 50 years later now? >> well, i don't think there's much of his legacy that's not -- this is a cloud that hangs over it. this really affected political history in the u.s.
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i mean, richard nixon was then the president. he assumed that ted kennedy was going to be the democratic nominee against him in 1972. and actually a si sigh nick senc that he was, nixon thought he would survive him. there's a tape where nixon is telling his aides keep one or two guys on him because this is going to happen again. >> if you want to learn more, you can read this great book. howie, thanks. >> thank you. with record heat threatening mill i don't believmillions thik down the best ways to stay cool. >> kurt the cyber guy is here with everything from sand to pool lounges, he's coming up next. >> rick's staying cool. ♪ her favorite song on the radio. ♪ sing along because it's one we know. ♪ it'sr a smile
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welcome back. we're in the middle of a heat wave. >> kurt the cyber guy is here with some gear so you don't lose your cool. >> first, $13.90 on amazon, the affordable fan gives you 10 hours of use on this and recharges your phone when it goes dead when you're out on the go. can't go wrong with that. this is really -- this stole the show. this is about the smartest piece of technology i have seen made in a very long time. >> this is a bold statement. >> this is from sina-mood. this is a tiny 3-inch portable cinema. you can stream netflix. you can have amazon prime video. >> like on the wall. >> you can put in your own
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♪ let the good times roll ♪let those good times roll ♪ jedediah: welcome to 8:00 a.m., everyone. thanks for joining us. we are having a party here. we just had some floats and some magic towels and good beach stuff. i had a little fan on my face. it was making me feel amazing. pete: we should have brought it up here it. is hot outside, in case you have not stepped outside in most of america. not just here in the island of manhattan. no one cares about that. jedediah: i do i live here.
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pete: everyone else probably watch something hot also or stay inside and watch us which i think would be better. jedediah: that's true. griff: people care about what's happening in washington. with that we always have a lot of news, starting with one of the things that really was the most amazing stories i covered, by the way, wars the squad. was the squad. here you have ilhan omar, ayanna pressley, rasheda and ainsley. >> did someone name them? where did the names come from. >> i don't know where it originated. the squad i kind of like it. griff: i don't know. pete: the jv squad. pete: i believe maureen dowd is the first to name them the squad. i'm pretty sure i'm accurate about that. jedediah: cool names. griff: the president walking out to travel had this to say about the squad. >> i don't know if it's good or bad politically, i don't
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care. but when people are speaking so badly, when they call our country garbage, think of that that's worse than deplorable. these women have said horrible things about our country and the people of our country. nobody should be able to do that and if they want to do that, that's up to them, buff i can't imagine they are going to do very well at the polls. if the democrats want to embrace people that hate our country, people that are far -- so far left that nobody has ever seen anything like. >> pete: that's what he is issuing the challenge to. will democrats wrap their arms around the views of those four individuals our will they reject the extremism and radicalism that they're proposing and try to come more to the center? so far, if we're looking at the 2020 candidates, they are going with the so-called squad. jedediah: i have one caveat with him i agree with the president these people have said terrible things. when he says nobody should be able to do that. you have to kind of let
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people do that this is america. people are going to say crazy stuff all the time. they are going to say stuff you disagree with that's what we're about. griff: call them out for it. jedediah: that's one of the issues that was a big controversy. because you had this trump rally and had a lot of supporters shouting send her back chants that created a lot of controversy. president trump was confronted about that very issue by chris haste. take a listen how that went down. >> what does the base get? they get to chant? they get to revel in their own americanist and prime is i at the expense of others. no one actually cares about deficit or small government. that was never the fuel that fired the engine of republican politics. it was always royaling rage. that sentiment at the coil of the. it cannot be pride loose. it must be peacefully, nonviolently politically destroyed with love, passion and determination but utterly confronted and
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destroyed. jedediah: wow, that's something then. pete: i will destroy you with love and passion. and determination. it's pretty interesting. he is on to something actually. for the longest time republicans were sort of from the think tanks and others defined by fiscal responsibility. fighting he debt and deficits which is all very important. when the left goes so far left and starts to challenge things like our borders, our sovereignty, our citizenship, law and order, love of country, life, the right to bear arms and the core values are challenged, people reject that and they push back and they say our flag is a wonderful thing, america is a flawed place but a beautiful place. and if you don't love it, you can leave it. now, send her back may not be the right chant but the sentiment of that is if you don't love it, you have a choice not to b country of people who love to live here. griff: when you had ilhan
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omar said so many controversial things, her right to dissent is the base freedom, the core freedom of democracy, perhaps chris hayes auto could have made that point a little more he will quentsly. you are a veteran. we have fought for freedom and the right for people to say anything all over the world. so, in this case that is a bit at play. jedediah: for me this is about policy. and i think a lot of people around the country feel that wait a minute this isn't about race. this isn't about policy. this is about massive government overtake. this is about healthcare. the right of the individual. it's about parental rights. so many cultural issues around the country that people feel patriotism is being stomped on. so people who always make this about race or about the color of your skin or about your gender, this identity politics. that's just not how it resonates for most of america. they want to talk about jobs and issues. it's not about color for them. pete: it's a great point, jed, something that mark
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aruba we covered on the policy if you disagree with a member of the squad you disagree with me because i'm a person of color no. not. your ideas are crazy. anti-semitic, you have the right to say what you have to say and i have the right to rebut it. bring to the american people and let them decide. 2020 that's the way entrepreneurship sees it is you have a clear choice here. griff: foxnews.com. let us know one of the challenges of the squad the facts. the facts of the border crisis of which they were, again, attacking dhs secretary kevin mcaleenan at a hearing. you had instances like we had yesterday in mccallen tension, rio grande sector bridge an incident where a large group of illegal immigrants charged agents there. is from cbp of what happened. quote a group of 47 undocumented individuals attempted to illegally enter the united states in three waves far the far
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international bridge that clearly putting agents in danger. this is an agency that has seen upwards of a million illegal crossings on the border now. they are overwhelmed. they are in their own words beyond breaking point. and, yet, youd had one if not the most powerful democrat in washington besides nancy pelosi and that is minority leader chuck schumer who took 13 democrat senators just miles away from where that assault happened on our border and here is how he handled what he saw. listen. >> they are treating them all like -- if you listen to the president, you would think they are all -- they are not. >> we would like to work with the republicans but so far they have been intranscan' trans.
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it's not like the old days where senator menendez and senator durbin and myself with senator mccain and senator graham and senator flake and senator rubio and came together. donald trump doesn't -- he makes the republicans afraid to come together with us. we are waiting for them to come together with us. we hope and pray they will. jedediah: man, these representatives from new york. i know i live here. they drive me crazy. chuck schumer and oh my gosh, bill de blasio it's like my blood pressure goes so sky high. you came together and did what? what did you do in the only reason we are having this conversation, the only reason that president trump was able to win an election with immigration as a top priority issue was because for decades you sat around with that whole bunch of people and got nothing done. tell me what you did. and, also, let me know what democrats have done in the recent past to advocate for border security on paper. i would like to see it. pete: it's a great point. they have said we can't treat them this way even
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though we won't fund it. won't talk about how we will actually talk about it. we have done in debates. decriminalizing border crossing. we are treating them like criminals. guess what if you cross the border illegally or falsify asylum claim have you committed a crime according to current law. democrats wants to change that law and make crossing our border not a crime. so tell me what you are actually for and how you would stem this tide other than come on, in regardless of you who you come in. i have think i would hope they would agree that 47 illegals bum rushing the border against our border patrol agents is not the way to do it. if you are not going to build the wall and fix the asylum system and give them the funding they need to deal with the wave, you have no solution which means you are part of the problem. that's the irony of these folks going down there and talking the way they do. jedediah: i love nancy pelosi says of course we care about border security. i don't need to listen to somebody tell me they care about border security. do something about it. show me how you care about border security. well interestingly enough,
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our friend tom homan who was on the show earlier, retired ice director, he had a lot to say about who is to blame on their. take a listen. >> they want change at the top, change the top of the democratic leadership. what a contrast on the response now vs.th response back under president obama where they were silent and they didn't say a bad word about border patrol under those conditions back then. if they wan if they would have d the loopholes two years ago we asked them to fix there would have been no family celebration and tolerance. if they would have done their job to fix the loopholes that caused this surge to happen to begin with. griff: interestingly enough, when you talk about those loopholes, at the thursday hearing with acting dhs secretary kevin mcaleenan. rasheda tlaib, part of the squad accused mcaleenan a law enforcement officer with more than three decades of service to this nation accused him of actually wanting to change the loopholes to hold children
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lodger. that is something that flies entirely in the face of the plea on the behalf of border patrol officials to get politicians off of politics and on to actually solving the crisis at the border. pete: where is the squad pointing the finger at the cartel and all the folks exploiting men and women in trafficking. how often do they talk about that and demonize our own people. jedediah: that's right. pete: that's why people look at the squad and say what team are you cheering for? that's a simple question people ask. why are we always the bad guys in your mind as opposed to backing up the folk these do the tough work? jedediah: turning to headlines now beginning with a fox news alert. the u.s. preparing to deploy 500 troops to saudi arabia as tensions rise the middle east. growing concern in the persian gulf after iran's revolutionary guard seized two british tankers. >> iran claims they violated international laws. president trump says iran is just trying to aggravate. >> this only goes to show what i'm saying about iran.
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trouble. nothing but trouble. jedediah: the president has brought on senator rand paul to help lead talks with the regime. and a dangerous heat wave from the midwest to the east coast threatening over 200 million people. states of emergency now declared in new york and wisconsin. take a look at the heat index as reaching triple digits from miami to minneapolis. the hot weather turning deadly in arkansas. former new york giants defensive lineman dying of heat stroke and he was just 32. in new york, subway passengers stranded after several trains are suspended. mayor bill de blasio tweeting this kind of meltdown during a heat wave is unacceptable. the mta owes every single new yorker an explanation for this. pete: isn't that his job? jedediah: you would think. so thanks to a call from kanye west to president trump trying to free asap
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rocky. some people would like to see this quickly resolved. asap rocky has been in custody more than two weeks on charges stemming from a street fight. those are your headlines. kanye, man, the power of kanye. griff: free asap rocky. believe it or not, it has been 50 years since this historic moment. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. pete: five decades ago the u.s. made history putting the first man on the moon. our coverage continues with a former nasa astronaut who says we need to return to the moon again. the role of space exploration in today's world coming up. ♪ ♪ i'm a rocket man ♪ rocket man ♪ th usaa
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>> i said instead of breaking up families we should break up ice. >> on my first day, i will empower a commission in the department of justice to investigate crimes committed by the united states against immigrants. griff: as democrats ramp up attacks against border agents our next guest is fighting back new york assemblyman joining ice agents on a ride along to see first hand how they are protecting the community in cracking down on violent illegal criminals. here with an inside look is new york assemblyman mike la pettrey, mike, tell me, when did you suit up with ice. where were you, what
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happened? >> just last week we were in two different communities across long island where we identified, targeted and arrested two individuals who were here illegally who committed crimes, crimes like murder, crimes like sex predators fondling children and crimes terrorism acts against. those are the people ice are targeting. >> one of the two individuals medical record. >> aggravated murder he committed, correct. griff: how is it that ice, when you hear politicians say that they want to abolish ice, right, which was created in the wake of 9/11. >> absolutely. griff: because of the threat to the nation, how do you feel when we talk about the interior threat, not just on the border in texas, california, other, but in new york in nassau county, suffolk county? >> well, it's a radical left ideology that is pandering to political votes. they are weaponizing our immigration system for political gain rather than actually focusing on the community safety of the people and their neighborhoods. i mean, you have to realize these type of criminals are
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both in poor and affluent communities. and they're affecting our communities as a whole. whether or not you are here illegally or legally you don't want those criminals here. ice targets these people and gets them out. griff: in the time you spent with ice out, there were you able to get a sense from agents how they feel about this polarized debate we are having in the country and how they feel about some lawmakers attacking them for doing their job. >> that exactly was the point of this ride along get first hand understanding of you who they feel and what they do. without a doubt is that these ice agents are just doing their job. mind you they come from various ethnic sociobackground want to keep community safe. meanwhile have you politicians attack them, for what? getting out these criminals? how is that wrong? griff: if democrats who want to abolish ice were to succeed in that goal, what would that do to your area? >> that would have huge ramifications where now what's happening you are having influx of people from
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all over coming in and doing frankly whatever they want. i mean, again, you have to remember we are a nation of laws. and we care about law and order. let me be clear is that we are for legal immigration. but you have to follow the federal law and right immigration process to come into this country. griff: when we talk about the communities being safe, are you confident that ice agents are still in the wake of all these challenges doing the best they can? >> doing 100 percent the best they can. they are still doing their jobs because they care about their neighborhoods and they care about the people they live with. griff: mike cat lipetri new york asimply man. thank you for being here. that was an important story. >> thank you. griff: more "fox & friends" can coming up next. deep end who! check. starting a scooter gang with the fam. check. "awesome" bookers know summer won't last forever.
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more women smoking pot while pregnant. 3.4% of nearly 300,000 expectant mothers in california say they used the drug in some capacity up almost 2% from 8 years ago. some say it helps with morning sickness. officials warn smoking pot while pregnant is still dangerous. smart diaper sends parents alert when baby needs to be changed. tracks sleep patterns and sends the data. there is already a wait list for the smart diapers ahead of release in the fall. pete: thanks, jed. language guide making headlines this week cautioning staff members against use of certain terms that may be deemed offensive. some of the phrases include, get, this ladies and gentlemen, male and female, and freshmen in order to acknowledge students of all gender identity. is this another example of political correctness on college campus gone t too far.
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rob schmid and ruby media group chris ruby. thank you for here. chris, it's not just that an early draft even used the word america. they are not saying that america is not an inclusive word. when you say something like ladies and gentlemen or freshman is not okay, where are we going with this. >> i think it's a very slippery slope. and i don't think it is headed in the right direction. on the other hand, i want to press pisz this by saying everyone is for inclusivity and rights for everyone involved here. i think the challenging part here is when you start to sort of revise and rewrite the language that we have all known and grown up with and, you know, enforce that on someone else, that is when it becomes problematic. pete: absolutely. rob, does it some way trivialize it. we often try to get past big things force small things on
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people this issue. >> our students get lost in woke twitter, right? they get lost in woke twitter and everything is inclusive. nobody has a problem with inclusivity in general. i think for me what happens is when you start policing language and this is what the left does a lot. they police language and we think this is never going to make its way up into policy but it actually does. it starts out at the college level, policing language and then it gets up into the policy level where you have people that are actually wanting it to be a crime to quote unquote misgender somebody. right? so when you start using crafts people instead of crafts men, you can say ladies and gentlemen, it goes up into policy. pete: that is really important point. academia has more power than we know. redefine acceptable language and force it through the entire process. here is what part of colorado state university said about the inclusive language guide. they said it's not an official policy or required practice. this document sin tended as a resource to help our campus community reflect our community -- our principles
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of community, particularly inclusion, respect and social justice. it's not about political correctness or policing grammy but helping communicators practice inclusive language and helping everyone on our campus feel respected and valued and --- >> if i'm a parent paying for my child to go to any of these universities, i don't want my kid to be told what is correct and what isn't. what role does the university really have in all of that? pete: great point. >> yeah. and i think there is another issue of the kids going into-to-these schools, turning point works a lot on these campuses and kids are going into the workforce. this turns people into professional victims when they're just thinking about these identities so much. am i being misgenderred are people calling me this or that and we're not actually generating effective students and effective people going into the workforce and this idea of language. policing language that goes up into policy. start off with calling say illegal immigration illegal
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aliens, then it becomes illegal immigrants. undocumented immigrants and ilhan omar tweeted undocumented americans. >> we have a border crisis and some other things this is what they want to focus on changing pronounce. pete: long-term view of changing society by getting rid of the idea of gender and making it all fluid. to your point, rob, this is turning into policy. berkeley city council right now rewriting what they are calling certain things in the city. manholes not acceptable anymore. maintenance holes. manpower must be referred to as human efforts. can't be man made objects, they have to be human made. does that make anyone's lives better. >> no, i can't imagine. i don't want to speak for women or anything like that. i can't imagine there was a woman walking down the street and hearing somebody call something a manhole and being offended? >> i don't know a single person offended by that again, what about a lady's room? you cannot say i need to go to the ladies room? pete: no you can't say ladies and gentlemen. >> mantz?
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what about a manicure, change that too? this is a war on language. scary. >> i gott guess got a person curious. pete: if you control the language you control the entire confines which the debate happens slanted towards leftist. >> it's a larger, again a slippery slope. it's about the american flag. it's about not wanting to stand for it. about wanting to change the language. taking down the statues, when does this end? pete: attack on a lot of try additional. >> and on tradition and about using the government and the force of the government to sort of push this stuff on there. pete: well set. rob schmitt, chris ruby, thank you for your time this morning. >> thank you so much. pete: still manholes in manhattan. 50 years since the first man walked on the moon, astronaut tom jones is coming up next. >> that's one small step for man. one giant leap for mankind.
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first steps. pete: president trump honoring them and engineers who made the historic trip possible. lauren blanchard is live in washington with today's celebration and the president's plans for nasa. lauren, good morning? >> good morning, jed, pete, griff. well, president trump says he hopes to have astronauts back on the moon by 2024 and then he says he wants to be to mars by the 2030s,. >> we're having rich guys use it and pay us rent. i like that. >> but the second man on the moon isn't too impressed with the direction of u.s. space exploration in the 50 years since the first lunar landing. buzz aldrin frankly telling president trump about his disappointment with nasa and how he thinks they should be focusing on mars. last night talking to martha mccallum about how he thinks the u.s. should be getting help from other countries. >> we have help us because they want to go back to the
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moon. and we can help share the costs of doing that. and build a true alliance of all the capabilities. >> and tonight the national air and space museum, which is where we are right now, will be celebrating at 10:56 p.m. that is when neil armstrong took that first step on the moon. there's going to be a big balloon boot drop from the ceiling to signify exactly when he touched down on the lunar surface. they are also going to have activities all day, go out to the national mall. they have a show there tonight. 9:300, 10:30, 11:30 tonight. really cool if you are in the area. otherwise lots of events around the country all just celebrating what an historic event it was 50 years ago today. back to you guys. griff: that it is indeed. pete: thank you very much. the u.s. made history 50 years ago putting the first man on the moon after the landing of apollo 11. jedediah: we are celebrating that monumental moment all
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morning long. griff: that's right. here with us now is a man who has been to space former nsa astronauts and walker sky walking tom jones. really historic day, particularly for you, what are your thoughts today? >> this is the day that set my course for the future. and i think the apollo 11 landing and other moon landings during apollo that national achievement inspired so many people to go into engineering and scientific fields over the next 50 years. we are still riding the benefits of that technological revolution rivaled by apollo. certainly in the area of digital computers first used reliably on apollo that set the course for the next 60 years. we are still enjoying with our tablets and so on. going back to the moon and mars will generate other technological revolutions that will carry us through as technological leader for the 21st century. pete: tom, if you would, put it in context because we can get caught up in verbiage. 50 years ago we are in a race with the soviet union, with a very different world view. how important was landing on
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the moon to the future of america and the free world? >> well, the apollo race to the moon against the soviet union was a cold war battle. and so to avoid shooting at each other, we sort of tacitly agreed to compete to getting to the moon first. it was a national commitment and many of the apollo astronauts have told me and other audiences that they were in it to win. it was a national commitment to fight the cold war and beat the soviet union in this space race. and i think that was a technological edge that we got out of apollo that helped us end the cold war about 30 years later. i think that's important to remember that space achievement gives you a technological boost that can help you in other arenas back on earth. jedediah: tom, i'm just wondering, young people today, they are now so many decades removed from this amazing accomplishment. what would you say to them about what they should remember about this momentous day and what they could learn from it moving forward? >> some historians have said the apollo program was
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grabbing a decade out of the 21st century and pulling into the 1960's. 10 year period we showed we could harness the national will and best talents to achieve a goal that many regarded as possible. we can do that again. the head of mission control said we, the united states, did the impossible in the 1960's. and we can bring that spirit of competitiveness and harnessing our best interestings -- to tackle challenges today. pete: there is more technology in the iphone i'm holding today than there was on that mission of apollo 11. getting to mars something we can truly do in the future. >> we can't do it now. we don't have the actual technology and techniques we need. we haven't invented the techniques for landing big landers on the surface of mars. small roy boss so far. that's why we need the moon big moon rocket. the orion space craft 2 orbit around the moon harness resources like water on the moon and transfer that learning to the attempts to get to mars.
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it's going to take us 20 years to develop those technologies and the moon great place to acquire them. griff: tom jones, astronaut, thank you for your service to our nation on this important day. >> my pleasure. griff: all right. now let's throw it out to rick reichmuth where it is heating up here. jedediah: i was going to say that you stole my line. rick: is it warm? >> yes. rick: very warm. actually not that bad yet. going to get bad though. take a look at the maps. show you what's going on. going to be really how the all weekend long across the eastern seaboard. heat advisories in effect. excelsive heat warnings. you will notice where it is not is up in minneapolis where yesterday you had a heat index what it felt like of 115 degrees. today it's going to be down in towards more like the mid 60's. so almost a 50-degree feels like drop which is going to be great. that's because of these storms we had moving in across far northern plains. waking up minnesota.
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to the north of that that's where things have really cooled down a lot. today it's going to be hot, especially across the eastern seaboard, still across places like chicago. you notice in and around chicago temps dropped quite a bit for your day tomorrow. down across the southern plains still hot. actual temperatures are hot today and tomorrow and then we start to see things really drop off. take a look what happens on monday. we have got temperatures down towards around 77 in cleveland. we will be down even cool down towards new orleans this week. below average temperatures coming. just hang on for two more days, can you do it? two more days. justth weekend. we have got to get through it and then better. all right, guys, back to you inside. jedediah: going to turn to some headlines for you now. a former democratic state house candidate in florida admits to lying about being a doctor who treated victims of the pulse nightclub shooting. court documents revealing elizabeth mccarthy told investigators she made the whole thing up to, quote, be somebody in the community. she dropped out of race after the accusations first
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surfaced. she has been fined more than $3,000. 18-year-old girl i dos in a tragic river tubing accident. taylor smith and her friends getting caught in a logjam when smith was thrown from her tube and swept under water by the current boise river, idaho. she just graduated and instructor at local dance studio. a retiring police sergeant working one of his last shifts with his three sons. sergeant michael o'connor sr. partnering with his boys patrick, michael jr. and william. they are all officers with the greenwich, connecticut police department. the sergeant has been on the job for more than 30 years and calling it a career later this month. those are your headlines. griff: well done, sergeant. all right. elizabeth warren once again confronted over her claims of native american ancestry. >> how do you overcome the bridge with voters like me
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jedediah: so will the subject continue to haunt her on the campaign trail. here to react is co-host of of "the five" juan williams. welcome. >> juan: good morning, jedediah. i have to head over to "the five" in september. somebody has to keep new line over there. >> juan: you are the one to do it. jedediah: i want to ask you about elizabeth warren though, this issue has been difficult for her. the american voting public does not like a liar. and that's the way they see it. they feel they can't trust her. do you think this will be the issue that keeps her out of the running to actually win this primary? >> no. you know, remember, we are in a democratic primary and in the democratic primary, it really doesn't have much rest nance with regard to elizabeth warren whose numbers have been rising since this thing began and especially after the first debate. remember, she was fortunate enough to be pretty much
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lone top contender that night. jedediah: let me stop you. woman agreeing i like your policies and like what you stand for but this issue bothers me. there are some democrats who would be inclined to agree with her policy but don't like this issue? >> there is a bigger picture i would advise you to take a look at. she doesn't do well with black voters or latino voters. that woman who stood up there said that she had black children and that, in fact, she was concerned that somebody would stand up and say i have this ancestry and did it advantage her in terms of jobs or education opportunity, scholarship and the like? elizabeth warren quickly cited the "boston globe" to say that wasn't the case. my larger point to you, jedediah, i think this -- if she makes it to the general election versus president trump, it would be a liability. he is the one that gave her that poke hand tas nickname that has been so devastating.
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i guess you could say hey, president trump, you tell lies, too. that's a race to the bottom and doesn't help her. jedediah: yeah. i want to get to these debates. i'm getting my popcorn ready for next round of democratic debates as you might imagine. one of the key moments was this duke out between kamala harris and joe biden. they are set to face off again. i thought kamala harris did an amazing job of holding joe biden accountable. what do you think we are going to see in round 2 of this political policy duke out? >> well, i think it's the radio do in detroit. you know. and i think that joe biden said he wasn't prepared last time. he better be prepared this time. and he has also got cory booker, the senator from new jersey there. so i think booker had previously criticized biden for saying he could be bipartisan, he could work with people across the aisle, including seeing grey gationists in the past. you know, cory booker said what, you are working with segregationists? that argument never really made it to the debate stage. it was all about kamala harris saying what about
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your opposition to busing -- busing school integration. i think cory booker is going to make a move this time. and, of course, have you got the larger controversy about the squad with the president and that whole racial element. so i think race is going to be a big player, potentially in this second round. jedediah: just quickly do you think it works what kamala harris is doing though? i think most democratic voters look at joe biden. they don't think he is a racist. they don't necessarily take issue with him as having a problem with his civil rights record. she is doing something very strategic here. do you think she will be successful? >> well, she has got to make a pitch. because, again, this is about black voters, you know, high percentage of the democratic party, especially in places like south carolina, jedediah, and so right now joe biden holds a strong lead in south carolina overall. is he plus 9 over sanders and warren. and so these people have to take on the frontrunner. it's gonna be really interesting to see whether
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or not, for example, we are talking about elizabeth warren. does she go after bernie sanders for the left lane of this or does she decide, you know what? we have got to go after joe biden? we have got to go after the frontrunner in order to make inroads and really achieve a victory. jedediah: thanks for being here, juan, you know i always enjoy seeing you. >> juan: thanks, jedediah. jedediah: this week the white house celebrated companies that make their products in the u.s.a. now some of those business leaders are here and they are joining us live, coming up next ♪ from her silky long hair to her sexy long legs ♪ my baby is american made ♪ who used expedia to book the vacation rental which led to the discovery that sometimes a little down time can lift you right up. expedia. everything you need to go. expedia. what do you look for i want free access to research. yep, td ameritrade's got that. free access to every platform. yeah, that too.
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♪ ♪ pete: the white house is
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hosting its third annual made in america event highlighting companies from each state that make their products right here in the u.s.a. we've got a few of those companies here on "fox & friends" this morning. starting with ruby the co-owner of micro. i want to give a shout out who just graduated army training at fort benning you have got to be proud. >> i'm incredibly proud. pete: tell us about your products at dakota? >> we manufacture backup cameras for farm equipment and other industrial vehicles and uses. they are incredibly rugged. we have our standard testing. but we also have a little bit of redneck testing. we drag them behind cars, we shoot them. we blow them up. if you go on our youtube sight you can see we have a bunch of videos where we have a lot of the fun. pete: big heavy equipment like combine or tractor or garbage truck it has to hold up as a backup. >> 100 g shock and vibration
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certified. throw them off a tall building and they will survive. pete: briefly what was it like to be in the white house. >> it was amazing. they let us wander around a little bit and sat in the chairs maybe we weren't supposed to. it was beautiful and it was weird. we were at a trade show and dragging stuff around and you are like don't scratch the floor. pete: of course. what's the website again. >> dakota micro.com. pete: very cool. thanks a lot. >> yeah. pete: jed, you have a another one yesterday jed yes i do dan of racing. dan, tell us about your company. >> we are in the off road. primarily in the off road industry we build race car products that make the drivers a lot more comfortable in their race. they go through extreme terrains and stuff distance of 1,000 miles. water, safety gear. rebuild products such as first aid kits. fortunately recognized as one of the best through the quality. so it makes it really easy to sell.
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the main thing for us is we do convey the proud fact that we are american-made. that is a key factor on our shelves as well. jedediah: you are a racer, flight that gave you special insight in terms of creating these products? >> yes. a couple years ago. but, yeah, fortunately we were very good. we built connections within the industry. some major brands in the industry. and then we end up over here a couple years ago we started of building the window measure for the industry. jedediah: awful. >> jedediah: where can people buy your products. >> honestly we just do our social networking ho it's style inc. jedediah: awesome. griff, over to you. griff: we saved the best for last scott with free land boat works. you were working at a tire manufacturing company. you got a passion for fishing. let's build some boats that you took to the white house? >> correct. it was a great experience getting the call to come to the white house. i think as many of us here thought it was a joke when
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the white house calls you. we want you to showcase the product you manufactured. our company was founded in a garage in mount pleasant, south carolina. a little tiny neighborhood. we built the first boat. our ceo billy freeman started there. and the company has grown and grown. griff: you can see it there freeman boat works.com. scott, thanks for being here. sorry we ran out of time but what an amazing experience. more "fox & friends" coming up. this summer, book two, separate qualifying stays at choicehotels.com... ...and earn a $50 gift card. because when your business is rewarding yourself... ...our business is you. book direct at choicehotels.com [music] ♪
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♪ >> maybe they will write ♪ another song called mars! ♪ >> and celebrations for the ♪ 50th celebration around the ♪ country. ♪ look at that! ♪ >> a life-sized eel apollo ♪ 11 on the washington ♪ monument. ♪ >> there are a lot of cool things in washington d.c.. celebrations and events going on there today including a commemoration tonight after 10 o'clock. >> is a celebration of america, ingenuity, capitalism, challenge yourself. what did kennedy say? we didn't do it because it's easy, we did it because it's hard. the soviets beat us with sputnik and we said we would do it to make it to the moon and the folks had the vision to make it happen. >> not just national pride but everyone born, i was born 1970 right after that so as a child i remove the story again and
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again, sending the message of, you can do it, you can do what you want, dream, reach. nothing can hold you back. that is really the epitome of the american spirit. we are bringing in dan bongino. a fast contributor, host of the dan bongino show, and many other titles. all that would not be possible if we didn't have the moon landing that inspired you right dan? >> one of the thing about the moon landing, so many people sacrificed for that. earlier apollo missions, astronauts died drilling for this. in apollo 13 of course, they almost died trying to make it back. so the sacrifice of all of the apollo missions are such -- so amazing. >> and the feud between the president and the so-called squad and their view of america and a conversation about where it is headed. the president had a additional
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comments yesterday. let's see we had to say.>> i don't know if it is good or bad politically. i don't care. but when people are speaking so badly, when i call our country garbage, think of that. that is worse than deplorable. these women have said horrible things about our country and the people of our country. nobody should be able to do that. and if they want to do that, that is up to them. but i can't imagine they would do very well at the polls. if the democrats want to embrace people that hate our country, people that are so far left that no one is ever seen anything like it. >> dan, your reaction? >> listen, president trump does not speak and focus group tested talking points! i think that is what america finds appealing.when he feels what he feels, he says. there is no mystery. this is trump verse the squad.
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a smart media story than anything. i had a prominent person say it you know trump said some of these things the other seven business meetings or others at a senate nomination hearing they would never get the job. think about the same standard for aoc, ilhan omar and rashida tlaib. are you tell him that you can sit in a business meeting and accuse israelis of hypnotizing the world, accuse politicians of dual loyalty and as aoc as donald trump actually stated, aoc said the other day, the united states, we are coming from 10 percent of garbage. in other words the united states is garbage. you can say that and you would be senate approved or you would not get left out of a business meeting? but of course, the media never addresses that because democrats are a protected class. that is why they harp on trump all the time. >> i want to go to the politics of what's happening at the border.senator chuck schumer
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leading democrats over to the border, to the southern border and in that he decides he's going to blame republicans for what's been going on take a look, i want to get your reaction. >> they are treating them all like this. mr. president, we would like to work with the republicans but they have been intransigent. with donald trump, is not like the old days were senator menendez and senator durbin and myself would with senator mccain and senator graham and senator flake and rubio, came together. donald trump doesn't, he makes republicans afraid to come together. with us, we are waiting for them to come together with us. we hope and pray they will. >> that whole group came together and accomplished nothing. which is why we are talking about this issue to begin with. what does he not get? >> the story is infuriating. okay?
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the democrats want to this crisis. the democrats denied this crisis, they lied about this crisis they manipulated the american people about the crisis.they have done absolutely zero. nothing to solve the crisis. it must be wonderful. it must be absolutely terrific to be a democrat on capitol hill. you get to go up there, screaming for the cameras about a problem, you did nothing to solve! you actually are on tape telling people the crisis you now claim exists, doesn't exist. they managed to blame a president is doing everything can. there are tangible solutions right now. fixing chain migration, a border wall, reforming asylum rules. where are the democrats on it? nowhere! this is a party full of frauds and total hypocrites. it's infuriating listening to them. and the media by the way refusing to call them out for
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their rank hypocrisy. we could solve the immigration problem tomorrow if they had any goodwill. but they don't, it's a political bludgeon against the president. >> dan come a bit of attention we trigger my thinking something. imagine being a democrat on capitol hill. when they approach a pool of reporters they know for the most part they are approaching a friendly audience. unlike republicans were constantly under siege. they get away with any characterization they want. >> pete, exactly!why are our general reporters, why aren't they looking to do the job? every civil democrat that says this is a manufactured fake crisis. why did you say that? what changed in the last three months? no numbers have changed, the flow of people coming in the united states has been relatively consistent. what changed? my want to pin them down and get an answer? because of what you said there protected class by the media. it's obvious. >> let's go to washington.
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congressional leaders seeking nellie ohr -- what's going on? >> this is really pretty republicans know what's going on. they been investigating this. nellie ohr came under the spouse of bruce or, the fourth highest ranking person in the doj. what's going on behind the scenes, the republicans are aware this is an information laundering scandal. like money-laundering but information. you have to make illegal money appear legal here they had to make illicit information, the dossier and the fusion gps generated information appear legitimate. what better way to do it than to hire the spouse of a doj official, nellie ohr, hire her to pipeline it right to her husband at the top of the doj. and to the upper echelon in the doj and fbi and make illegitimate, false debunked information appear like it is legitimate intelligence used to start investigations.
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an information laundering scheme. simple as that.>> and republicans know that. >> so if the opposition research of nellie ohr matches what the doj ultimately was run with, you can connect the dots pretty easily. >> of course you can! keep in mind pete, nellie ohr has a misuse high profile ukrainians. for her information. and you say why does it matter? because the whole case is about foreign collusion. you now have the spouse of upper-level doj person admitting on the record they use foreigners to pipeline information to her husband through the doj to spy on americans. are you processing that? the whole foreign collusion case is robust against hillary. her team and fusion not trump. >> when americans listen to the story, what you think they get from what actually happened and what is actually going on with this particular new development? >> well, you know the media has
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done such a good job of ignoring their own role in promoting the scandal. i'm not sure what the american public -- i hate to give a non-answer. but i get tweets from people i've covered this on my podcast almost 2 years now. we are legitimately confused because the work we are doing but because of the other media. >> is is come up on wednesday if robert mueller does indeed testify? >> gosh, i hope so! if he's charge of diversity and inclusion he was -- the two sources were put in, russian disinformation specialist paired why didn't he investigate that? >> and is not just democrats asking for questions it is also republicans. and they will get their moment. >> pete, themain source for all of this admitted to the state department , that two sources were two russian disinformation specialist. how they ignore that is beyond belief.
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>> it will be interesting. >> dan bongino, thank you for coming in as always. >> thanks guys. >> not the headlines. a fox news alert. ironically the seizure of two british oil tankers reciprocal after the uk detained an iranian ship to be superior to revolutionary guard claims the ships violated international rules. while the president says iran is trying to aggravate. >> this only goes to show what i'm saying about iran. trouble, nothing but trouble. >> with tensions and the region rising the president is prepared to some 500,000 troops the area. and an animation studio catches on fire. a man spent time in prison for robbery and needed help treatment. local media say told police he
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torched the building because the studio still has ideas for a novel. more than 30 others injured and the suspect has severe burns. the last straw for president trump who was asked about the banning of plastic straws. >> i do think we have bigger problems than plastic straws. what about the plates, the wrappers and everything else that are much bigger and made of the same material? >> now the president's campaigners selling their own recyclable straws. dad says quote - liberal paper straws to work. stand with president trump. you have been weighing in this morning. plastic straws are on the way out, just the same as plastic bags. no choice. paper straws only work for a limited time. linda says come is not the straws of the problem is the people throwing them on the ground and not in the garbage can. that's a great point actually! don't litter! >> personal responsibility. and paper straws are evil. >> under it that you know -- [laughter] >> the enemy! >> paper straws to melt a
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little bit. that is why i do stainless steel or my compostable plant-based straws. >> i suggest that some on the program start the program with free drinks. i will drink them all, that's fine. however, one with a plastic straw, with a paper straw and one with your hypoallergenic -- >> i will bring my straw. my straw will come to play. >> your plant-based something straw and we will see which one wins. >> tune in tomorrow! >> a single dad turns to his daughter profession of ice before a big day. and the text message exchange went viral. they are here with their ♪ ♪ heartwarming story. ♪ there they are! ♪ they are coming up. when crabe stronger...strong, with new nicorette coated ice mint. layered with flavor... it's the first and only coated nicotine lozenge. for an amazing taste... ...that outlasts your craving. new nicorette ice mint.
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violence erupting at the southern border after agents say they were assaulted by dozens of migrants storming a texas port of entry but as tensions rise, doesn't this show the real crisis that the border patrol agents face every day? join is now the vice president of border patrolcouncil, art th rush of aliens at the far international port of entry across the busy bridge, an unusual spot, no? >> definitely is in usual spot but i think it shows that these people are seeing what they can get away with. and unfortunately, i think that we have a group of politicians that are just not doing enough. i've often said before that a lot of these individuals need to realize whether they lived for the united states is greater than their love for the united states is greater than their dislike for the
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president. we have these people storming our ports of entry, that's why we have so many people coming into the united states knowing fully well that there people in congress and united states that are feeling the american public. >> you mention politicians. chuck schumer, the single most powerful democrat in washington took a dozen or so democrats down there will this happen just a few miles away he was touring mcallen, and yet chuck schumer blamed republicans and the trump administration for not coming to the table saying they waited for them to get on board. how do you feel about that? >> you know, i've been watching them the latest interviews that they do in congressional hearings. i mean it's all fun and games you can stand up there and scream and yell all day long. you can try to belittle border patrol agents and belittle the organization and leadership. but if you haven't done
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anything that's what it comes down to. what have you done? aside from going up the and screaming. i can take a lot of issues they brought up or just complete lies. >> pointed to a report on border deaths on the southwest border.if you look at president bush, there were 372., president obama the region seven to pre-. president trump 291 per year. a significant drop. >> a serious drop. i can tell you this, when president trump took over office the number of illegal aliens entering the country dropped. now what we are seeing that the search came up and more individuals were coming because congress failed to act. now we are seeing that the deaths have dropped.right now congress is in a very specific position so they can be on the right side of history. they need to act, need to do
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something and they need to do it quick. >> lastly and quickly, how is the more value in border patrol counselor in touch with the morale of agents rank and file. how are they doing out there on the front line? >> we are constantly getting beaten up by love the people in the media. work also getting beaten up by the people that are politicians. morel is not as bad as it was in the past presidents but i can tell you're now it is still not where it should be. >> all right, art del cueto, thank you for joining us and thank you for your service. >> thank you. >> array he is being dubbed the fashion dad and taking the internet by storm. thanks to a durable tax to his daughter asking for fashion ♪ ♪ invoice. ♪ the father daughter dual ♪ joins us live. ♪ we will be talking to them ♪ next. like the new do. got some layers in there, huh? the more, the merrier. got to have this stuff in the morning. oh, that's too hot. act your age. get your own insurance company.
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a couple of quick headlines. a couple photo bonds by taking pictures. the deer crashing their magical moment along the beach. they say he even let them pet it and it would be a dream to make it the ring bearer at the wedding. >> yes! i love it! >> they would have to capture it. >> no! >> and imagine waking up to this. a tiger sneaks into a home for a catnap to escape devastating flooding in india. the tiger ditching the wildlife park where she was being kept to lie down on a bed in this home. park officials come to the house, sure her out of the bed. she was later taken when she belongs, to the jungle. >> after kisses! >> not a good idea. >> i would do that though.
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a single dad texts his daughter asking for fashion advice on a date goes viral. >> he did to help picking out a shirt so he reached out to his daughter. she asked her dad to quit send another with the other shirt tucked in so i can see both. she then gave her approval before posting the conversation on twitter. jeff ended up being stood up by his date. but what he did not realize was the attention he was getting on social media. >> here with more we have the father and daughter duo, jeff and carly. welcome to you both. i love the story! >> good morning. >> i think so many people saw this and said yes, this happens in my household. my dad will call me or my house will call me and do this.
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how did this all start? >> just, you know just a normal day getting ready to go out. i just wanted advice from one of my daughters. >> she is very fashion forward, i will tell you that. when she walked in i knew. i said i love it!>> your three sisters were seated right at christmas i can see them they're not on camera but you are the designated sort of fashion critique, is that right? >> well we all are but i give my opinion. >> why are you wearing that? >> yet, no go change. >> let's get down to the real part of the story. they give me a lot of advice my daughters. how much do you have to give him? >> too much! [laughter] just kidding, i give advice with everything but i love to do it. >> when he was stood up from the date you took a lot of this exchange and put it on social media. why did you do that? >> honestly, because all my friends that come over to my friends are so close to my family too. they think of my dad as their dad so i posted it for them
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thinking that they thought it would be funny and then everyone thought it was funny and i said well, this is crazy. >> people all over the world saw this. twitter went crazy. one person says he is the single dad now, protect them at all cost! and one person says they're single moms in australia reading and loving this. another person actually tell me how he is about after being stood up? i'm too invested in us emotionally and i'm not okay! people got so involved in this. did you anticipate that at all? >> i had no clue so unexpected. as soon as i tweeted it just blew up. >> clearly your daughters love you which is the bottom line and this is so wonderful. what does it have to have them so invested in your life? >> well, it means everything. like i said on another show, you know, you love your kids and you just be there for them and you know, you're raising two kids, you can, you know what that's like. you just love them and you do a
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can for them and provide for them. >> i want to know if there any other dates planned? >> there is no gossip. no outfits, just taking it one day at a time. >> i can only imagine. >> who chose your outfit today? >> actually, i did. >> you did a great job! >> you must have gotten it approved.>> i approve. >> how do you feel about this twitter, single dad? >> to be honest i don't even think about it and i really did not ask for this or need it or want it. [laughter] >> you got it though. >> you have amazing daughters given great advice. a great story! thank you for coming in here carli and jeff. >> good luck with everything! >> remember jeff, always listen to them because they are always right. [laughter]
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>> exactly. >> chris pratt called a white supremacist for wearing his teacher. now the company behind the shirt owned by a navy s.e.a.l. they are firing back. who's dog is this? it's my special friend, antonio. his luxurious fur calms my nerves when i'm worried about moving into our new apartment. why don't we just ask geico for help with renters insurance?
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♪ >> happy birthday ed henry! ♪ unshaven ed henry. ♪ a special shout out to ed. ♪ we're celebrating his 48th ♪ birthday today. ♪ sharing this video on ♪ instagram writing, this is ♪ 48! ♪ 20 pounds down and counting ♪ for pete. ♪ one senior source at fox ♪ told me quote - he's been ♪ running on army fumes for ♪ too long! ♪ see you soon.>> i love it! ♪ ed and his sister are both doing well. less than two weeks after ed gave her part of his liver. amazing, amazing story! they been doing great i have been texting with him. i sent him some create animal videos and he seems to enjoy them. >> i would call harassment, threatened me with future challenges and how formidable he will be. >> watch out man because he is going to be all rejuvenated and he's been eating healthy for a
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long time to get his liver in shape. you are in for it! ed, my money is on you! >> happy birthday ed! he's coming for you. we have to ask you go in the hospital to give you straws to drink, plastic or not? we will find out. >> i think ed would support my compostable straw. i think ed would be an advocate. just putting it out there. >> it is unpredictable. >> we love you! >> happy birthday, and! >> actor chris pratt, there's a photograph of him wearing a t-shirt, that one right there. american flag with a don't tread on me symbol and verbiage. it is not the first time that he'd worn it as we are told in the segment that he's had it for a long time. from a company called forged thread works.
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he got criticism and twitter saying that shirt is a white supremacist t-shirt. >> he sure did and we had the founder and the ceo of forged thread works on earlier in the show this is what they had to say about it. >> i think there's just some people that they want to fit a narrative to something. it is just crazy for me to think right now in this country that wearing an american flag could be considered as racist. you know patriotism, it can be confused with racism.>> we are not nike, we will not recall the design we will re-release it and make something good out of these remarks by these critics. >> a big bold statement there especially with all the controversy going on with nike. for them to say we are not nike, we're not going down that road we are proud of our shirt and standing by it. i think that will speak to a lot of people. >> unlike nike this company, was founded, mike a navy
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s.e.a.l., and cement a marine veteran. forged out of one of his colleagues, fellow warriors fighting in -- he said he never thought i was going to have a t-shirt company, it was to raise money for a wounded warrior but clearly now, it will be interesting to see if the sales of that shirt do not go up. i bet they will. they told you can go to forged.com if you want one. >> all it is is recapturing, not even, maintaining a simple that it was never racist and it was intended to be a symbol of american freedom and opportunity, to not live in tierney paid the irony of the shirt as they pointed out, there is a quote - on the back that they attribute to martin luther king. so this a white nationalist teacher, was a martin luther king quote - that they attribute to him on the back of the t-shirt doing there? the irony is thick. as the court on the back. the true measure of an individual is not how they act in a time of triumph but rather how they act in a time of tragedy. so these are because of the great dealer perspective as you
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said, griff. they were on the battlefield, forged on the battlefield they want to continue that patriotism. i think someone like chris pratt loves that and supports it, he's patriotic. >> i said what is it about the shirt because when you look at a shot like that you cannot imagine how people can get offended. i know everyone gets offended by everything these days but it is just amazing how people can go to such great lengths. i give the company credit for standing firm say this though belief system they believe the court on the back was inspired by mlk. they went with what they believe they are putting out this and you will not take this away from us. i give them credit for doing that, standing firm especially in 2019 when things are getting a little crazy. we will turn to some headlines now. chilling text messages from american citizens accused of joining isis.quote you will be scared for the rest of your life. one of several threatening messages allegedly sent by the naturalized citizen originally
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from kazakhstan. the accused isis sniper appeared in the near court on charges of providing material support to the terror group in syria. also accused of trying to recruit an informant and training other isis fighters. and businessman, donating money to a homeless veteran. reliving the incredible surprise earlier. >> i'm not sure many other presidents would have done this and literally with one tweet he calls it his typewriter. i call his magic typewriter. he literally punched a hole in the reality of philanthropy. >> this it is greener on the other side in a did not know what that meant until i saw that myself yesterday. >> the gift include a new car and $10,000 cash. times square transforms into the side of the moon landing. in honor of the 50th anniversary of apollo 11
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historic trip.the event was supposed to be outside but because of the heat it's been moved indoors. on this day in 19 69 millions watched as nasa astronauts neil armstrong and buzz aldrin took those famous first steps. the vice president will be visiting the kennedy space center today where he will give a speech highlighting the administrations commitment to return to the moon. those are your headlines. >> big day! very cool. >> all right rick, your outside is a heating up out there? >> i will be honest it's not that bad. it's really not that bad. here's a truth, it will be really hot today. once the sun comes up, it will change everything really quickly. in the eastern seaboard everyone needs to watch.these are the maps, things have improved across the far northern plains. but still hot towards the chicago area. down over towards the
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appalachians is not that bad it's the one spot things are looking better. storms across parts of the deep south and big storms come across parts of minnesota this morning. that was dropping temperatures down quite a bit. and one thing you need to know, we have to get through this weekend and then everyone closed on by monday. big break, temperatures below average. even in florida! >> all right, thanks. >> "the lion king" is a child or classic making a big comeback at the box office this weekend. >> you must take your place. in the circle of life. >> now the "washington post" op-ed is calling "the lion king", fascist. a comedian is calling out the ♪ ♪ left who refused to let ♪ anything be fun, ever at any ♪ ♪ time. ♪ he joins us coming up next.
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lion king" roaring into theaters. >> you must take your place in the circle of life. >> now it "washington post" op-ed is calling the story out for being wait for a -- fascist. yes. claiming that the film quote - to introduces us to a society where the week have learned to worship at the feet of the strong. >> here to reactivate comedian and founder of the loftus party, michael loftus. i take it you entirely disagree with the op-ed.
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[laughter] >> yes i came up to talk to how awesome it was! how insane! how they completely lost it at the "washington post"? this is proof that liberals just have way too much free time. this is the craziest thing that i've ever read. show me a republican having a good time and i will show you liberal with a laptop ready to ruin it! they tried to ruin "the lion king"! >> let us show you a quote - from the op-ed. here it is. as nostalgic as the circle of life may make us feel as we watched the herbivores congregate to bow down before their new found ruler, "the lion king" present a seductive worldview in which absolute power goes unquestioned and the weekend the vulnerable or fundamentally inferior. >> amy michael, this has to be a joke, right! someone has to be playing a joke on us this can't really be something someone put out there? >> i really do hope it's a joke. whoever wrote this, they need to loosen the man bun and go outside! you're not thinking right.
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[laughter] how can you go after "the lion king"? these are like the poor people you hang out with college parties and like so and he was like yeah man, spongebob is actually a representation of the seven deadly sins. like move on! you've got too much free time! if anything, i can rebut this at the drop of a -- if anything this is a pro trumped film. scar were because the bernie sanders, representing the idea of a socialist utopia. where simba is donald trump fighting the hyenas of mainstream media. [laughter] >> i will say what we would reach out to simba for a comment and see what he has to say. he mentioned the president by the way. he was weighing in on a lot of things with obvious intentions in the middle east and being attacked by a group of democrat congresswomen. he's also going after a unique
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thing. plastic straws, listen. >> i do think we have bigger problems in plastic straws. it's interesting about plastic straws, so, you have a little straw. but what about the plates, the wrappers and everything else that are much bigger? and they are made of the same material. so the straws are interesting. everybody focuses on the straws. [laughter] >> what about the plates, michael? >> this is what i love about donald trump. i really do x when he thinks like a comedian. that could have been jerry seinfeld out there. sure, but what about the plates? what about the -- he is right! this like a big government solution to a stupid problem. they have taken plastic straws away. now they have straws wrapped in plastic. there is a symbol of communism. the paper straw. it looks good on paper. but when you actually use it, it crumbles! [laughter] >> michael he's actually selling the straws on his
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website. and it says, the ad for the stresses liberal paper straws don't work.stand with president trump and by your packs of recyclable straws today. i mean the next thing i will see the debate stage on 2020 will be talking about straws! >> yes, i waited for him to get arrested by gavin newsom. [laughter] for illegally importing straws into california! as it is now. when you ask for a straw it is like making a bit of -- it is very shady in california. you go to mcdonald's and say hey, man, you got any straws? in there like you what you want, hospital straw, a bendy straw, what do you like? [laughter] they're all coming in across the border. these are stores coming in from central and south america. we need to build a wall to stop the straws! >> all right michael loftus,
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celebrations today.lauren blanchard has more in washington d.c.. how are you doing? reporter: good morning! the president says he wants to put an astronaut back on the moon by 2024. he says it is off to mars by the 2030s. >> nasa is back. we are havingrich because he gu and pay us. >> in the last 50 years since the last lena lennon buzz aldrin told the president about his disappointment with nasa and telling martha mccalla last night he thinks the u.s. should be working with other countries. >> we've other nations who can help us because they want to go back to the moon. and we can help share the cost of doing that. and build a true alliance of all the capabilities.
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reporter: tonight the national air and space museum will not only be celebrating inside but also on the national mall. to mark 10:56 pm eastern time, that is exactly when neil armstrong took no steps on the moon. >> thank you lauren! what better way to celebrate and get your kids interested in space then by throwing them in and out of this world party! >> we have maggie from little miss party planner. we have a lot of stuff. happy apollo 11 day! >> happy apollo 11 day! thank you for having me.with amazing decor set up for this party. >> started with the party box. walk me through what we've got. we have pete in a helmet which of yours obvious he noticed. >> in case you did not know he is somewhere in here. >> never looked better! [laughter] >> so we carry custom parties in a box. for kids birthday parties as
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well as full service event planning in new york. if you don't live in new york it's a great option. offer balloons, custom plates and everything that you see here. everything else we add in custom our self. like this diy decor. this was an easy diy. went to michael's, we got galactic tape and we replaced the labels and put it right on there. >> you cannot have an amazing party unless you have amazing food. >> of course! >> you have the food here. >> we started with these amazing moon pies. [laughter] because why not? with all this awesome candy might as well stick with the theme paired with milky way and starburst. >> awesome! >> we went to the local neighborhood bakery and got a cake and i got a moon topper. just a foam ball painted.
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>> and cocktails! >> cocktails, very important. this is a moon martini. very easy to make this is coconut cream with water, a 1 to 1 mix. and a round ice cube maker. then we shake up a cocktail with a little vodka and coconut water. >> which you can make -- >> this is so cool!>> you can make ice other stuff that is not water. >> yes, you can!you would be surprised how many things you can freeze. >> quickly going to toast to you. >> cheers! >> what is the website. >> little miss party planner.com. thank you so much!♪ ♪ [music] let's get down to business.
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