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♪ start me up. ♪ 6:00 a.m. and pete is stretching. >> do we need that start me up music this morning? >> we do. >> we all crawl to the couch saturday morning. >> i came in, gave everyone a death stare. i was like the baby is kicking, don't even start. >> i got the first scold of the day. >> that's quite typical for a saturday. >> you look great. >> thank you. i appreciate that. >> you do. >> the munchkin was kicking all
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night. i have to sleep when he sleeps. >> i haven't had much sleep, by the way. >> you never sleep. >> the baby's excited because there are sharks among us. >> i don't like sharks very much. i'm going to put that out there now. i know you love them. >> i love sharks. >> you're very into sharks. it's very weird stuff. >> the baby shark song? >> ♪ baby shark doo doo doo doo doo doo. ♪ baby shark doo doo doo doo doo doo. >> we're going to play it and the audience, direct all the hate mail to pete hegseth if you get that song stuck in your head. from ba baby shark we go to actual news. a victory for the trump administration and the american people as the supreme court paves the way for the use of military funds for the border
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wall. this ruling very big and this is president trump by the way here, wow, big victory from the supreme court, a hows the southern border wall to -- allows the southern border wall to proceed. the department of defense money and some other places they were trying to pull it. this is the $2.5 billion from the department of defense. the supreme court ruled 5-4 he can do it. >> in case you can't sort this out, remember the 35-day government shut darn over the fund -- shutdown over the funding of the border wall. the president declared a national emergency, wants to use defense funds to fund the border wall. it gets caught up in court. everyone blocks that. every once in a while you can go to the supreme court when they're not in session and get a ruling. they need the contracts to build
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the walls. there's four contracts to do it. they run out in september. the supreme court looked at it. they came out as you said 5-4, five conservative justices with the president this morning. this is what the high court ruled. what's going to happen from this, $2.5 billion in pentagon funds will now be used to build the southern border wall, about 100 miles of wall for this and a lot of it replaces existing border wall. there's more money the president wants, he wanted up to 5 or $6 billion from other places that was not included in the ruling. if you're a supporter of the president this morning and you've been hearing we're going to build the wall, this is a big morning. >> it is a big morning. it's a huge win for him. it's interesting when you look that it's a 5-4 ruling and i want to read what the individuals that voted against this on the supreme court had to say. i started to look into that this morning. and it's just fascinating. this is not an idealogical issue. the fact that the president can reappropriate funds for what's
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becoming a national security problem is something everyone should be on the same page with. a lot of democrats are not on that page. they're beginning to call this guess what, their favorite word, racist. nancy pelosi says it's wasteful, ineffective. beto o'rourke, deeply disappointed. kamala harris, medieval vanity project. and they need to explain that more to the american people because i don't really understand how given now at this point what you've seen going on at the border, given that they've had to acknowledge there was a crisis, there is a crisis, when you see the overcrowding, if you care about the conditions and many do on both the left and the right, are saying yeah, the conditions aren't ideal because they're packing way more people into the processing centers than are supposed to be there. if you care about that, why is the wall not part of the solution? i'm not saying it's going to fix
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everything. why is it something you're calling things like racist, that means you don't like brown people, this is just a vanity -- how could it be a vanity project when there are legitimate issues that have emerged because of not doing something. >> you've seen every sector where a wall was built, it works. >> one of the things the democrats are missing, it's 100 new miles of wal but also some existing barriers that will be repaired. there's 46 miles in arizona that needs to be repaired that is currently doing purpose but it may be weak. that is a repair job along with additional. so comments like this from senator kirsten gillibrand may be a bit off. >> that wall is a wall of division. making america great again is making america white again. it was fully intentional.
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he is dividing the country of racial lines purposely who tell people who feel deeply left behind that it's not your fault, it's because of the black person who is stealing your jobs or the brown person or the mexican or the muslim or the immigrant or the re refugee. and so he created this narrative that you should not love your neighbor, that you should fear your neighbor, and not love your enemy but hate all those around you. >> by the way, i had it backwards. it's actually you have 46 miles in arizona and some -- that's kirsten gillibrand who by the way will never be president. she wants to stick out in the field. nancy pelosi in her statement about the wall talked about the stealing of military funds, he said he's stealing the dod coffers.
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for democrats to say you're stealing from the dod, you've never funded the dod properly. you would raid that piggy bank all day long to pay for domestic welfare priorities. >> remember the cartoons where steam comes out of your ears? that's how i feel when kirsten gillibrand talks. you're talking about people that are breaking the law, they're not supposed to be crossing over illegally and you're talking about people who abuse the asylum laws, people who have criminal records who sometimes evade the court. this is absurd. you're talking about drug cartels and what they do to particularly women and children who wind up crossing the border and trying to get here under horrific conditions because democrats incentiveize the process. any decent reporter would challenge something like this. i hope if she says something as
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ridiculous as this in a debate, somebody steps. there are points to be made that the wall is not sufficient and you have to go beyond that but this is nonsense, gillibrand. >> the border patrol officials, i.c.e. officials, there's a 53,000, individuals, in i.c.e. custody right now. they are appropriated for 4 a 5,000. they asked for more beds. they did not get it. but this whole blow tes protestd against i.c.e., i went out to one of the largest of 31 i.c.e. facilities in the country and they opened the doors to let them see what so many have deemed as concentration camps. take a look at this. >> acting director, where are we? >> we're currently in the intake processing center and this facility here houses up to 1,940 detainees after they get classified and booked in by the
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facility. we're giving them hygiene items. they have soap, shampoo, conditioner, tooth brush, tooth paste as well as they get -- they have bed linens, socks, shoes, shower shoes and their uniform. we have a full-time medical clinic here. one thing we offer is for consolate phone calls and pro bono attorneys. >> director, what is this area here? >> we're currently in the special housing unit. this area, the individuals that are detained are individuals that have committed infractions. >> so like fighting or -- >> the most common infraction that's occurred here is refusing staff orders and fighting. while they're in here they have open movement. they have the ability to roam around the area here. we have phones for them to use, we have books for them to use, individuals are able to play x-box and watch movieses. >> you guys are playing soccer. i presume this is the recreation
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yard. >> we're in the recreation yard and we offer detainees from two to three hours a day, if not more, depending on availability. >> in terms of the characterizations out there, there's a big national debate, but what do you want people to know? >> i want people to know when these individuals are detained here, we give them care in custody that they need. we do everything we can to keep the individuals safe while detained here. >> that's the acting director of the la field office for i.c.e., thomas giles. he has the steam coming out of his ears. last august he took a group of nine california democrats, showed them what we saw, and they came out with a press conference and said there were inadequate resources and detainees were mistreated. >> that has to be so difficult for people like you who are doing their job and telling the story with the footage and you have distortion that happens that leads to political talking points. democrats have made this a political talking point.
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they made these people's lives a political talking point. it's outrageous. people are trying to make a living. they have devoted themselves to service, these people, to be in the processing centers to create the best circumstance out of the overcrowding that they can and they've been villified every step of the way. >> that's why what you did is so important, taking us inside the facility. one more story -- we're skipping a whole section about how the democrats are still going for the impeachment we'll bring that later on in the show. we'll get to that later. when we talk about law enforcement, i know i've been stunned by what we've seen in new york city with the treatment of new york city cops and this idea that they're dumping water and assaulting officers with water. at least four incidents that i've seen as these videos emerge and ten suspects are wanted for dousing cops in the new york city area.
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we've seen the videos. there's a new york assemblyman who is doing something about it, introducing a bill to make these attacks a felony which i think makes a great deal of sense. you know, guys, when you look at law and order and our country, and you see police treated this way, even if some people are joking, you how do you maintain a relationship with a community when you're utterly disrespected. >> that's terrible. where's de blasio, by the way. i know he's out there running for president. the campaign sounds like a joke to me. where is he on stuff like this? this is horrific to see the people that defend our communities being disrespected like this. he should step up. i want him to do something about this. this is painful to watch. imagine their families at home saying i send my son, my husband, my wife, whoever it may be to go and risk their lives every day and this is the treatment they have to endure?
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>> let me tell you who you're going to hear from and that's mike lapetrie who was on the show a few weeks ago. he went out in new york and long island with i.c.e. and brought that story to us and he is taking on de blasio. at 7:15 you'll hear from him, he's a lone voice out there who will stand up and say enough. the culture of law enforcement right now is impossible. video cameras in their face, police chiefs and mayors who don't empower them to take strict action when they need to and they put their lives on the line. we'll get to the bottom of these stories all morning long. democrats like elijah cummings attack officials over conditions at the border. >> you feel like you're doing a great job, right? is that what you're saying. >> we're doing our level best in a challenging situation. >> what does that mean? come on, man. >> but what about the abandoned homes, piles of trash and high
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streets. our next guest is a maryland resident who took these videos to see what it's really like. joining us is kimberley klasik. thank you for being here. what did you find was going on in cummings' district. >> there is a crisis at the border. there's also a crisis in baltimore. congressmancummings represent the most dangerous district in america. i went into the district to basically ask people if they havtheywere scared of trump. congressman cummings said his constituents were afraid of trump. when i talked to people, i realized what the living conditions are like for the residents and children there, and what they've been playing around. there's abandoned row homes filled with trash, homeless addicts, empty needles and it's right next door. it's attracting rodents, cockroaches, you name it.
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for congressman cummings talking about the situation at the border, it's laughable. the conditions at his own district -- a lot of people have said he hasn't been there in a while -- are atrough sures. atr. i couldn't find anyone who said they were afraid of trump. two days ago, eight people were shot in less than five hours. to say they're a afraid of trump is ridiculous. many people are actually on-board with trump's immigration policies. i don't know who he was talking to in his district, but it wasn't the people i spoke to. >> let's take a listen to the residents' message to officials. >> help us because we're helping y'all. you wanted the vote. y'all need to help us. once you start helping us, maybe the neighborhood, nab baltimore gets better. >> why isn't he listening to his
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people in the district. seems to me you can care about the people at the border and at the same time care about the people in your own district who are obviously in many cases suffering insufferable conditions. what's going on here? >> i think congressman cummings like many democrats are in there for the photo ops. he's been in office in some capacity in baltimore city for 33 years. he started out as a maryland delegate and then was elected to congress. why he doesn't go into his district and take a look at the conditions, i don't know. but as you can see, they're pleading for help. and baltimore, it's gotten worse under his watch. i think obviously there is a crisis at the border but there's a crisis in his own backyard and he really should pay a. attenti. not too long ago a project where he was a representative, they were without water for eight
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days. that made national headlines. the conditions at the bosser boe actually better than conditions at his district. >> sometimes politicians go to washington and it becomes all about politics and they forget about what's going on in their own areas they're supposed to be representing. more "fox & friends" coming up on the other side. nice. but, uh... what's up with your... partner? not again. limu that's your reflection. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪
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the stats are stunning, as many as 20% of military veterans will show symptoms of ptsd when they return to civilian life. the disorder can lead to risk of sue seemed on average, 20 veterans take their own lives every day. >> a new research program exploring a potentially ground-breaking treatment in the
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fight against ptsd. >> this something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. >> these are not your average service animals. >> when you come home from a hard day's work, that dog is going to be there to greet you no matter what. no matter what type of day they had, the door will be there at the door, say hey, you're home. with a horse it's totally different. >> for the first time ever, veterans with ptsd paired up with horses that were abandoned after high stress careers for a clinical study into equine assisted therapy. the idea, to help humans and their four-legged friends. >> i looked at the data and it seems to really work. >> the psychiatrist who oversaw the study say the early results speak for themselves. >> it's pretty much harmless. there's no side effects or risk of subjecting somebody to equine therapy like some medication.
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>> good boy. >> the man-of-war project asks veterans to interact with horses at farm just outside new york city for eight weeks. >> working with the horses and dealing with what they may be dealing with and what i may be dealing with, it's something completely different that i've never experienced before. today we have crafty. he's the horse i'm going to be working with. he's pretty great. i worked with him before. i talked about that trust. it's something that has to be built. i'm not sure what his day was. he's not sure what my day was. so let's go see. hi, crafty. how you doing, bud? >> expert trainers work with veterans, like t, not riding horses but using them as therapy companions. >> i see a picture of three horses. i hear birds childrenning right now. i seize -- birds chirping right
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now. i see crafty which i'm glad to see. i was on edge with my ptsd. one of the things that used to trigger me would be a thunderstorm. i was immediately taking cover. with my 4-year-old son, this was something that was very alarming to him, as it was for me. coming here through the man-of-war project and working in my sessions with the horses, it helped to give me a different perspective. >> crafty and some of the other horses in the program share a similar pedigree to their human counterparts. >> take for example two veterans that are in a space where we need to be hyper vigilant. it's the same thing. it's that sixth sense you're talking about and it's the same thing working with the horses. he's one of those thoroughbreds that was racing that actually came into this environment of helping us with therapy and now it's to the point where as you can see, he's very comfortable in doing it and very good at it.
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so it's something that him being where he was before and where he's at now is beneficial to us all. as you can see, it's helping him out too because he kind of likes it. >> the trials were fund it not by the military or any federal agency, but a private citizen. ambassador earl mack is a veteran himself and saw a chance to help two of his greatest loves, veterans and horses, by paying for the study, since no one else was. >> ideally the military would have taken this ear justly, there would -- seriously. there would have been a full-scale effort to study it. in the absence of that, seeing the suffering of veterans who returned to civilian life, civic minded people came forward to say what can we do. >> joining us now, veteran ambassador for the man-of-war project and retired air force senior master chief keith pass passcall. thanks for being here. very cool to see this project
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and what it does. being a veteran, working with veterans issues, doesn't feel like we have our arms around the proper way to address post traumatic stress. you feel like working with horses is a pretty good way to do it. >> absolutely. the man-of-war project married two things that were very dear to me, veterans an and horses. this is a program i was a little reluctant to do at first. i was exhausted with other therapies that didn't quite help me. but this one kind of hit the nail on the head for me and it was something that was sustainable and is was happy to do. >> you say exhausted, t. thank you for your service, more than 20 years in the air force, you had four tours of combat in iraq. tell me about your experience before you got to the horses. >> so my experience was like any mother in the military, we are asked to put on that cape, that super woman and do it all. you know, take care of our
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children, take care of the home and also serve our country. so it was my ptsd in dealing with what i went through in iraq was something that i didn't really think about at first. i didn't understand what it was. i didn't understand what was happening to me. it wasn't until later on in my life that i realized, okay, this is a big problem. i need to take action. but even still, not understanding what was going on, i didn't understand what i could do to help myself until i went through the man-of-war program. >> you said you were reluctant. i love that because i think a lot of people look at something like this initially and say i don't know if that's going to work, especially if you tried other things. what's your message to people out there who might look at an opportunity to work with animals and might be reluctant, what would you say to them to encourage them to pursue such a process? >> i would say keep an open mind. you know, look at what the
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program has to offer when it comes to working with animals. for me, traditional therapy just didn't work long-term. it's something i was looking for sustainability and what i wanted out of traditional programs was, hey, you know what, this is something that i need to work for me but i -- not only for me, but my family. so sustainability was key. with the man-of-war program, that's what i got. sustainability. i'd say keep an open mind and you'll be surprised. >> our institutions, va, not always good at having an open mind with new experiments. thank you for your time. it's supposed to be the happiest place on earth unless you're a childless millennial. what some are demanding be banned from disney world. the social media rant going viral coming up next. oh, yeah, we've got it. ♪ wish upon a star as dreamers
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♪ it's a small world after all. ♪ it's a small world after all. ♪ it's a small world -- >> oh, the parade. i love that right, it's a small world. i get on it every time i go to disney. stop making that face. >> i can't hea unhear that.
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sometimes topics creep into the show, we're not sure how they make their way in. it's because of the internet and the viral nature of things people say on the internet which get people talking. disney world's guest, a guest at disney world, had a rant on facebook that's gone viral. you've probably seen it. if you haven't, you're about to hear about it now. an anonymous mom -- >> it's very polarizing, the topic. >> this is what the anonymous mom ranted about on facebook. let us know if you agree. it pisses me off to know end when i see childless couples without children at disney world. people without children need to be banned. mothers with children should be allowed to skip the lines. disney world is a l family amusement park yet the immature millennials throw away their money on useless crap. they have no idea the joy and happiness it is to mothers who
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buy their babies treats and toys. this is one mom saying you don't have kids, what are you doing at disney world. >> i love amusement parks. we were at disney world and i had a churro in one hand and i had some kind of prince see and. disney world is for everyone. sometimes it's your hadn't t che a kid. i feel like that's what doesn't age you in life. i love rides. i'm not going to get in the way of the kids getting their stuff and their snacks. i want to enjoy the fun with them. you've got to welcome everyone. that's the way mickey mouse would want it. >> they wouldn't have built beer around the world at the epcot sip bit if they didn't want the to attract adults. i agree with you, i will say in full confidence i once went with
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a girlfriend in college to disneyland and now i've taken the kids there. it's a unique experience. it's fun. you should not discourage young single people from coming and going. it's a healthy place to go. at the end of the day, it just is spending dollars against what she's saying, spending dollars to make it even better for the children. >> i've never been to the epcot center many i hear it's great because you can drink beer around the world. i'm in for that. i've been to disney world one time. i will never go again. >> you experienced it wrong. >> it was not fun. the kids were too young. they'll never remember it. maybe in photos. i don't get the joy from it. i'm sorry, maybe i'm a joyless person. >> next year we'll go to disney world when i'm not pregnant because i need to go on the rides. we'll go on the rides, get churros, you'll be happy, i promise. >.>> in the next segment coming up, pete will strangle fun. >> we've got to do weather now.
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rick, weigh in on this. >> i think kids ruin disneyland. there's one too many. [ laughte.>> [ laughter ] >> let's be honest. if the kids weren't there throwing tantrums, it would be a lot more fun. >> aren't kids the point of disneyland? >> maybe. [ laughter ] >> this is a complicated one. >> people take their disney really seriously. >> we do. >> it's not like a not serious topic for a lot of people. guys, we've got a pretty good week in store, pretty much for everybody. we had such rough heat last week. that's for the most part gone. we had the hurricane the week before. there's not a lot of precipitation going on. there will be scattered showers across parts of the southeast, nothing to ruin anybody's day. central plains are looking good. monsoonal moisture is going on around the four corners. that will pop up throughout the day. over the week, this is the next five days of precipitation, a
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such he'll spots -- couple spots in louisiana and arizona. everybody looking good. temperatures, not that bad. 11 in phoenix, -- 111 in phoenix, that's hot for this time of the year. but overall, nothing bad to say about the weather. >> but bad news about disney world. >> all those kids running around. >> don't bring out your angry on mickey, cinderella. >> the older ones, why are you there? >> i like to go sometimes. >> okay. we're going to turn to head headlines for you now. back to back earth quakes strike the philippines, killing at least eight people and injuring dozens more. the quake struck the country's northern islands before a second and third earthquake hit the same area. it collapsed houses, burying some beneath piles of brick. nearly half the island now being
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advised not to return home as after-shocks shake the region. the search for two murder suspects going door-to-door. canadian police scouring the town for any sign of the teenagerses who are suspected in the murders of three people, including an american. the town is 2,000 miles east of where the bodies were found. police warned they may have changed their appearance. sylvester stallone, arnold schwartz negligencer and d -- arnold schwarzenegger and dolph lundgren proving that age is just a number. >> look at how handsome i am. look at this beauty here. >> look at this. >> there he is. >> he cannot stand it, to have so many abou beautiful guys aro. >> the three men said they refused to grow up. saying, quote, why bother, we're
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having fun. grow old ungracefully. they're all part of the expendables franchise. i bet those guys love disney world. i'm just going to say. if you refuse to grow up, you have to appreciate mickey and cinderella. >> they're like their own superhero disney world themselves, right? >> superheros like disney too. and then you can pop over to universal and do the deer man t. >> i got four texts during the course of that segment. after a series of -- talk about anti-disney. antifa afacts, including this one that sent a journalist to the hospital, a new op ed is down-playing the dangers of the group, comparing them to a friendly golden retriever. >> is this the right message to send? we'll ask the one and only charlie kirk. there he is. what's up, charlie? come on in.
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we're carvana, and we want to give you the car buying experience you deserve. welcome back. the video that gained national attention and now a federal judge is dismissing a $250 million defamation lawsuit filed by covington student nicholas sandman, accusing the washington post of falsely labeling him a racist after an encounter with a native american man at the lincoln memorial. the judge said the post never referred to him by name. here to react, author of campus battlefield, charlie kurt. you had a huge event in washington, we'll get to that at the end as well. when you look at this, nicholas sandman, what happened to him, he's looking for recourse. the courts saying you don't get the benefit from it. >> i'm surprised by this. if we don't have some form of
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checks and balances to protect our minors -- remember, this is a minor. his is a teenager whose name was smeared and character defamed publicly. to this case with the washington post, they say his name was not mentioned but they put his image out there and they said he was racist and all the internet trolls came and labeled him and defined him and dogged him and his friends. you remember it was this guilty until proven innocent pattern that we've seen from the media. i'm really surprised by this and disappointed because these big media institutions should be held accountable if they're going to defame young teenagers like this. this should not be a political issue. >> he was a teenager. that's an important point about his age. the washington said from the first story on the incident to the last, we sought to report fairly and accurately the facts that could be established from the available evidence, the perspective of the participants and comments from responsible church and school officials.
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yet, there was confusion from the beginning. you're right, big images, big headlines which people draw conclusions from right away. >> what does this do to the name of the covington school as well? these are difficult suits to win. i think they knew that going in, the sandman family. i didn't think it would be thrown out, the fact that he is a minor. i think there should be existing protections for minors in the course of how journalists cover them. they did nothing wrong, nothing at all, and said this was an agitator that got in his face. if we cannot protect teenager as a society, then who are we? >> it's a great point. speaking of protection, if you're at or near antifa, you might need it. a a new newsweek op ed downplays the danger of antifa and its uprising, painting them as a harmless organization o kids. here's the headline, ban antifa,
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i've met golden retrievers who scared me more. is this truly an agenda to make them look like antifa's the good guy? >> i've been stormed out of a restaurant by antifa, last year. i've been on multiple college campus speaking circuits where antifa came with full masks, threatening violence and disruption and sometimes following through with it. you saw andy noe who was beat and assaulted in the streets of portland by antifa. >by antifa.the i.c.e. facility n washington, that could have resulted in the deaths of dozens of people if they would have been successful they their attack. i read the op ed, just shocked, that someone woul would be so affectionate when talking about antifa. some groups should be universally rejected. antifa is one of them. what's concerning is the silence by the democrat candidates when
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it comes to antifa. what base are they catering to when they're neutral, if not silent, on the gang of leftists that go after people like me and candace owens and the president everywhere we speak around the country and they need to be called out. i think the public mask, the mask should not be allowed to be worn in public. >> speaking of public scrutiny, you had a great conference in washington, d.c. i had a chance to speak, thank you very much. teense enthusiastic for the country and the president and the media wants to focus on one thing, the image of the presidential seal. >> we had an amazing event last week. he gave one of the best speeches i ever heard a president give. we had 1500 conservative teenagers, they were sleeping on the lobby floor waiting to get in. a navy staffer of ours made a mistake, it was the wrong presidential seal. it's a human error. this was not malicious
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whatsoever and we take full responsibility for it. we want nothing more than to just support the president and his agenda, of revitalizing america. the teenagers' lives were changed by this. it's too bad for the media distraction. >> we're going to leave it there. haters going to hate. more frawppedz o "fox & friendse other side. that sometimes a little down time can lift you right up. expedia. everything you need to go.
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doctorrings sound the alarm on vaping after eighteens are hospitalized with severe lung damage in wisconsin, all possibly linked to vaping. >> let's bring in dr. nicole sapphire. i have teens. this problem of vaping, it's bad. >> i mean, i have a teenager too. so it's very concerning. what came out of media right
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now, talking about these kids being optized, we know -- hospitalized. we know they all have a history of vaping. studies show there are toxic effects of vaping. the bottom line is, the vaping itself is toxic to lungs,s especially the flavors you put in it. we know that smoking marijuana and thc components are also toxic to lungs. this isn't surprising. bottom line is, smoking anything other than medication inhalants is not good for you. it's just the chemicals reaction with your lungs can damage your lungs. i recommend everyone not to inhale vapors, cigarette smoke, marijuana, it's not good for you. >> i want to shift you over to a topic that caught my eye immediately, it's about melanoma. i'm like the sunscreen queen, always looking at sunscreen. there was a report that said melanoma rates are reportedly up 800% for women age 18-35.
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why is that happening? when i look at marketing today -- 10 or 20 years ago, tanning beds were in, like how dark with i get when i go to the beach, what kind of tan can i get. now it seems like you can't turn the television on without seeing an ad for sunscreen, people go for annual skin care checks. i would think numbers would be down. i was really surprised to see this. >> this came from a study from 1976 to 2009. so that is your jersey shore crowd. when you turn on the tv, they were talking about tanning and how dark you can get. indoor, uv tanning is directly linked to skin cancer. we know this, as well as sun ex exposure. when you're exposed to uv rays at an early age, you get skin cancer later. maybe in 20, 30 years you'll see the decline. we're not there now. we're seeing the uptick from what we did in the last several
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culture club where you went and immersed yourself. i'm very retro. >> this song for me, by the way, brings back being on roller skates in a roller rink. >> oh, yes. other man, give me a delorean and take me back. >> give me a delorean. [ laughter ] >> i've never seen pete so animated in both dance and song. >> better than the last hour, he was singing baby shark. >> that's true. we've elf involved since then. >> this is a fantastic tune. turn it up at your house. kind of roll with it, the whole hour. >> hopefully you're dancing at home. it's national new jersey day. >> it is? >> it is. it's also national scotch day, also the national day of the cowboy. that was my research for the show. >> somewhere there is a cowboy drinking scotch in new jersey and this is his day. >> this show brings you not only research and sing,ing, but also
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news. the supreme court decides with president trump. >> the high court affirming the president's authority to redirect military funds to secure the southern border. >> this is a big win and mark meredith is live in our nation l capital with reaction to the decision. >> reporter: good morning. the supreme court ruled president trump can begin using $2.5 billion in military funding to begin construction on the border wall. this as the case challenging the president's decision will still work its way through the courts. this is a 5-4 ruling, the court overturned an appellate court's decision to freeze the money. the administration is expected to use the funds to construct more than 100 miles of a border barrier in new mexico, arizona and california. the president reacted. here's what he had to say. wow, big victory on the wall. the united states supreme court overturns the injunction, allows the border wall to proceed. a big win for border security
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and the rule of law. house democrats argued the president's decision to redirect military funds circumvents the role of congress. we heard from nancy pelosi. she had this to same she goes the supreme court's ruling allowing the president to steal military funds to spend on a wasteful, inevidenc ineffectiver wall rejected by congress is deeply flawed. this is not a monarchy. we're hearing from the aclu. it says this is not over and it plans to ask a federal appeals court to expedite the case and stop the wall, guys, once and for all. >> mark, thanks very much. this president can be prone to hyperbole. in this case, he's spot on. this is a huge win if yo if you believe in securing the southern border. this got held up in the courts. how often have we reported, another court order, court order. in this case, the supreme court weighed in, says he has the
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prerogative, as the executive, based on the crisis to build the border wall. so it starts. >> democrats started the talking point initially what seems like 10 years ago, probably was a year ago, talking about opposition to the wall. now they're talking about opposition to the wall, nothing has changed for them. despite the fact that the news cycle has changed. reporters were forced to acknowledge there was a crisis. there have been so many conversations about the overcrowding, humanitarian crisis. so many things have been thrown around and so many people have come to the table and said i didn't realize it was as bad as it was, and so many democrats are on the same talk poin talkit and for so many it's about a political win. >> congressman michael walt calling out democrats on inaction at the border. listen. >> democrats have said now for months, if not years, this is not a crisis.
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we shouldn't be shifting funds. congress after congress has kicked the can. i don't like that we have to use defense funding to do this but nobody else is solving the problem. for the president to shift funds, which the supreme court has upheld, when we have over a million people -- we are on track to have over a million people flood over that border from 60 different countries, it's a humanitarian crisis, a national security crisis. we know terrorist groups, any pathway that will move drugs and people will also move weapons and individuals and i think this is absolutely appropriate. >> so we'll talk about this all morning. there's another big deal that the white house has struck, griff, with a central american country that should have impact on the border as well. >> it's not getting much attention. the administration signed a deal with guatemala for a safe third country status. if you're from honduras, el salvador and other countries and you want to seek asylum to the
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u.s. and you pass through guatemala, you have to apply in guatemala, not a u.s. port of entry. that will cut down on the numbers that are showing up on our border if they do that, if guatemala helps enforce that. it's been in in the works for a while. >> you apply there, and if it's legit, it aids in the process. >> you've go you've got got mawe got mexico, that's why 28% of numbers have decreased at the border in june. july may be on par. guatemala, safe third country status for people applying in guatemala, not the u.s. port of entry, will help reduce numbers. >> we talked about democrats and how they oftentimes don't change their talking point when it comes to the border. another thing they don't change on is impeachment. we started this process talking bouts will they push for impeachment no matter what.
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i said regardless of what the report reveals, the mueller report reveals, you'll have democrats pushing for impeachment. >> now we saw the mueller movie. >> the play has been out there. you've had to watch the whole -- people went and saw that play where they recounted the entire report. god bless them for sitting through that and staying awake. here you have house democrats saying listen, we're going to continue to probe the trump scandals, we're going to pursue impeachment with or without a formal vote. pelosi hasn't given her marching orders yet but many democrats are l still on-board with this and it's surprising to me because you have 2020 approaching and there's been a lot of talk about is this going to be good for the party as it approaches. take a listen to democrats on the itch peachment. >> we have to -- impeachment. >> we have to consider concluding whether we will consider articles of impeachment. >> how we can hold the president accountable, the only way to do that is the impeachment process.
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>> i no complaints with what -- i have no complaints with what they're doing. >> i mean, keep going. here's the thing -- >> they will. >> if you know anything about politics and you read the report and the reaction and then what bill barr's got in store based on what he gets to look into, then you watch bob mueller's performance, we don't have to litigate that, everyone saw it and has an opinion about it and you still think it's a good idea to move forward with impeachment when the speakers not on your side and there was no collusion or obstruction, how politically tone deaf are you? >> they're fighting on that obstruction. >> how do you obstruct a crime that didn't occur? >> democrats do not agree with you. they haven't made the decision. what they did on friday -- >> jerry nadler wants -- >> it's an impeachment investigation. remember, the house indicts someone on impeachment and the senate has to have a trial.
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democrats are far removed from the facts, that the impeachment indictment won't go anywhere. a group of four democrats are penning an article in the atlantic that says why we're moving forward with impeachment and there was one quote in here that really stood out to me. it's this. they write, mueller's testimony before the house judiciary and intelligence committees was a watershed moment. they continue, our investigation will seriously examine all the evidence as we consider whether to bring articles of impeachment or other remedies under our article 1 powers. they concluded, our constitution requires it. our democracy demands it. >> what hearing did they watch? watershed. are they watching the same one i was watching? it was painful. you learned nothing new. what were they watching that that was an impetus for impeachment? tell me. >> i learned that robert mueller
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wasn't familiar with the report. >> that's true. that's not impetus for impeachment. if anything that's like wow mueller doesn't even know, let me stop talk about this, let me talk about issues if we want to win. this should have been motivation to let this go and move on. >> the president weighed in. take a listen. >> these people are clowns. the democrats the clowns. they're being laughed at all over the world. i watched this morning, watched nancy pelosi trying to get through that with the performance that robert mueller put on where i don't think he ever read the agreement or the document. and the document said no collusion. they don't even talk about that. so there was no crime. they said well, there was no crime but he obstructed. how do you obstruct if there's no crime. actually, it was worse than that. it was a phony crime that they put on. the crime was what they put on. >> bob mueller was the figurehead. he let a bunch of partisan
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democrats pursue whatever they wanted. turns out he was barely involved. they think it's a watershed moment to move forward? >> look at who has been driving the calls for impeachment. you've had aoc and some of the squad that have said right away we must -- >> squad, they don't need a cool title like that. >> it shouldn't be lost on anyone that nancy pelosi is 79 years old. alexandria ocasio-cortez is 29 years old. but aoc has clearly as we've seen taken a hold of the democratic gleart the party. >> they took a picture. >> look at this photo. this is like hey, everyone, see we like each other, we get along. nancy pelosi i've never seen her look so unhappy. she would have a bigger smile standing next to mitch mcconnell. this is two people who staged a photo. it's so obvious. they want to present this unity in the democratic party.
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if you look at it, you can't help but laugh. it's so staged that it's funny. >> here's what they had to say to try to prove that it was real. listen. >> do you think you are able to bury the hatchet with alexandria ocasio-cortez in your meeting. >> i don't think there was any hatchet. >> she called you downright disrespectful. >> we're in a political arena. in a family you have your differences. but you're still family. does your family always agree on everything? >> sometimes we have meetings to clear the air. >> you do have meetings in your family? [ laughter ] oh, miness, my goodness. we just had a meeting to clear the air. >> it was productive. >> come on. it's not just about the personality clashes here either. there are major, major differences here in terms of policy, in terms of how to approach the party, in terms of how to proceed moving toward 2020.
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this is not going away for them. they can take as many photos as they want. i'm not buying it. a lot of people aren't buying it either. >> the question is, are the voters buying it. remember, she just released members of congress for a 46-day recess. you have this division within the party. you have clearly the squad versus the speaker playing out. you have is impeachment happening or not. we don't know. members are going back. that was a photo on to try and -- photo op to try and calm the waters a little bit before a lt of these members go back. >> it will be interesting to see what happens after the recess. do they regroup, come out and smother the idea of impeachment and move on to an agenda. new york's finest under attack. people taunting and throwing water on them. we brought these stories to you. one lawmaker says enough is enough, calling to make this kind of harassment a felony. that lawmaker joins us live,
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[crowd noise] >> a stunning series of viral videos showed new york city police officers being harassed, drenched in water and one hit in the head with a bucket as onlookers cheer and videotape it. our next guest is calling on the state to make such acts a felony. here now, new york assemblyman, mikely petri. thank you for being here. you see the videos and it almost looks like the police officers'
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hands are tied. you say this should be a crime. >> it's about new york sending a message. this ithis is looking to score political bonus points among the radical base. >> the mayor here, the governor, a culture has been created where it seems like things like this are tolerated. you're saying without a bill that would make this a crime, it might not stop. >> absolutely. you want to see where this is not tolerated in the community. law enforcement needs to react. >> how would your law classify these kinds of activities. >> anybody that would throw or spray water or any other substance onto law enforcement while in their official capacity woulwouldwould be punished by as a class a felony. >> when i look at these videos, you assume it's water.
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it probably is water. what if it's laced with something else. this could escalate pretty quickly. >> what if it's gasoline. all you need it one little bit and then it's over. so you can't -- this is just the beginning part of it. you have to nip it in the bud before it grows worse. >> you represent portions of long island. a big law enforcement community there. what are cops these days saying about what it's like to be on the beat. >> it is so difficult. because it's so sad when you have mayor bill de blasio who uses his platform and now the national stage to burn rather than build bridges between the law enforcement and the community and that's what's a shame. it's pathetic and disgusting. it's disgraceful. >> bill de blasio says this president trumps is not welcome in new york city after his presidency is over. >> bill city bla de blasio isn'e in jersey. >> if law enforcement support
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this, they'll support the bill. >> why would people not support it. >> why would they not support it? you have a radical base that cares about creating anarchy. it's about safety in the communities, period. if you have problems with the law, don't go after the men and women in blue that defend our communities and enforce these laws. >> very well said. mikely petrily pi petri, we ae your time. the failing new york times is calling out the president for not growing the economy fast enough. he'll never win. why try. we'll talk about it. ♪ maria ramirez?
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wawe are back with quick headlines. you're looking live at protests in hong kong, entering their eighth straight week over the government's attempt to back a china backed extradition bill. riot police fired tear gas at demonstrators who refused orders to turn back. the crowds are heading to a rail station where several protesters were viciously attacked last weekend by a suspected gang member. and president trump is threatening to tax french wine in retaliation for new taxes on u.s. tech companies like facebook and amazon and google. >> i've always like american wines better than french wines. even though i don't drink wine. i just like the way they look. we tax our companies. they don't tax our companies. so france did that. i told them, i said don't do that, because if you do it i'm going to tax your wine. >> it targets tech companies
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with global revenue of at least $845 million. it's designed to stop them from avoiding taxes by setting up headquarters in low tax european union countries. as the economy continues to grow, the white house is working to make sure all americans are reaping the rewards. a newly minuted council is -- minted councils is working with opportunity zones. >> joining us now to discuss the council's progress, the executive director of the white house opportunity and revitalization council and former nfl player, scott turner. welcome to the show. >> good morning, everyone. thank you for having me. >> thanks for being here. talk a little about the progress that you've made in this position with the white house opportunity and revitalization council. >> absolutely. so about 13 weeks ago, president trump appointed me as the executive director and i'd like
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to call the shepherd of this council and in the last 13 weeks we've been to around 22 cities, 23 cities on really what we're calling a nationwide listening tour. we're convening various stakeholders, community leaders, faith leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, fund managers if you will, education leaders and the purpose of this at the council is to bring everyone together at the same table to have those conversations about hey, what's the pain of this community and also what's the potential. what projects are needed here to create long-term, sustainability. which is really what the spirit of the council and the spirit of this legislation is, is to bring about long-term sustainability in the communities that have not received investment for many decades. >> let me ask you, there's a new york times headlines, on the top fold right side, it says economy grows but not at rate trump promised. the president was hopeful, his goal was 3%.
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looks like last year was 2.5%. what's your reaction to this headline? >> well, what i can say is, you know, in these cities that we've been to, i have seen and the white house team and i have seen development inside of the communities and i'm talking about communities where there's been no development. you know, for a very long time. there's been not just real estate development but new operated businesses coming online. people's hope and dignity are being restored. now they have opportunity to see revitalization and real transformation in the communities. i get the new york times. what i know is i've seen the proof, i've seen the projects moving, i've seen people working that haven't been working. i've seen people that have been doing destructive activities on the corner now a part of the revitalization and putting in windows and putting in boards and projects inside of the neighborhoods that they grew up in. so what you i can tell you is that the economy is moving and now all americans have an
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opportunity to be a part of the prosperity in our country. >> scott, love what you're doing with these opportunity zones. keep us posted on the progress. focusing on places that have been left behind for far too long. i would be remiss if i didn't take an opportunity to ask you about the upcoming nfl season as a former nfl player yourself. teacheteams are at training cam. i'm fired up. football season is coming. do you have any predictions, specifically about the minnesota vikings winning the super bowl. >> you know what? i like minnesota. i like kurt cousins. i like the organization. that was the coldest place i have ever been as a player and as a fan. i think it's going to be a great season. i think teams are geared up. i hope that all the guys can get their contracts signed and get in the training camp so they can practice with the teams health and safety is a huge issue in keeping our players statement i thinsafe.i don't know who will e last game in january or february, but we'll see. >> we're totally out of time.
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my youngest daughter is in pennsylvania. someone came over and took a picture. it's moments like this. the family part of connecting and having the summer, getting ready for football, it's -- >> it's amazing to see the celebrities, people who are in sports, we've seen that basketball players come and approach fans and just like make these special moments happen. i feel like people around the country get to know these people that have these amazing careers and recognize that these little things they do make a all the difference in people's lives. >> with training camp all across the country, it's a nice day in most places for them, i think. let's check in with rick. >> what have you got for us? >> we have a pretty nice day. south dakota, maybe a little bit of flood threat. but overall, a pretty nice weekend. temperature-wise, everybody is
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waking up looking pretty good, except for phoenix, you're at 9. at midnight you were at 106 degrees. ohio valley, mid-atlantic looking good. there could be a spotty shower out there today, becoming more humid, nothing that will ruin anybody's day. if we have more consistent rain it will along the central gulf coast. look at the northern plains, beautiful, great summer day, not that much rain. temperatures feeling very much like summer. things feeling really good. one spot where we're really spot, the interior parts of california and arizona as well. overall, we've got a great weekend in store. back to you. >> thanks, rick. we're going to turn to headlines now. a daddies charged in the death of his 1-year-old twins after leaving them in a hot car for eight hours. he didn't notice them until he was on his way home from work. the dad who is a social worker at a new york city hospital said
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he forgot the kids were in the car when he parked in the morning. he is now facing two counts of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide. a utah teenager speaks out following a shocking survival story. he fell about 150 feet off a cliff. his friends rushed to save him. >> i was just like telling him how like i couldn't breathe and just telling them sorry and i love them and to tell everyone -- i genuinely thought i was going to die. >> he misjudged the end of an abandoned drainage tunnel last week. he has several broken bones and a collapsed lung. a driver uses a red sports drink bottle to try to hide a broken taillight. it didn't quite fool a group of colorado police officers. they spotted the bottle and pulled him over. they let limb go without a ticket since he told them he was on the way to get the taillight
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fixed. that's pretty creative. i wouldn't have thought of that, sadly. >> that's fast thinking. we're honoring our nation's heroes with national hire a veteran day this week. >> today we're highlighting one amazing organization. what it's doing to help veterans transition from the battlefield to the business world by pairing up veterans with mentors. >> her here for more,, markey dn and michael -- mark eden and michael marichi and tim ky cochran. tell us about the organization. >> acp in a nutshell is like big brothers, big sisters to the military. in our case, the little brother is a 220-pound soldier. [ laughter ] >> it really is just pairing them up with somebody from corporate america or any career path in america for a year experience on a monthly basis to work them through everything from their resume to what to
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expect on an interview to opening up the network of the mentor so that they can find meaningful transition. our whole mission is about underemployment and trying to help the veteran get meaningful employment so that they can help take care of not only themselves but their family. >> you're an army vet. what has it meant to you -- you're ad at credit suisse. what has it been like to have a mentor. >> it's been huge. when i got out a year ago i didn't know anything about investment banking. it's a tough field to break into. my mentor and i have spent the last year having multiple conversations, meeting in person, discussing financial markets, crafting my resume, even networking, hel helping cot me to contacts. >> contacts in the military are different than contacts in whatever industry you want to
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get into. >> exactly. he's been helping connect me to people. it's been great. >> mike, i want to ask you. you've got 15,000 alumni of the program and so what has been your experience and what does it mean to you? >> it means a lot to me. i wasn't sure where i was headed and i joined acp my last year of college here in the city and my mentor, michael mell, helped me figure out what were the options out there. i didn't expect to go to college. i made it to college. and here in the city in columbia, and i was great full r that. i ended up at deloitte. i love it. i wasn't sure where i was going. he helped me sort through that. >> i remember when american corporate partners was founded. i happen to know the founder, he's a great guy, a good friend. you guys have grown this thing substantially. where are you in the progress of making american corporate partners a huge effort. >> over the last two years we've grown almost 30%.
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it really stems from the veterans. we've had over 15,000 men and women go through the program, pete, and they said that it's changed their life. with that -- 98% of them would recommend it to another veteran. so every day we get anywhere from 30 to 40 new veterans coming in and applying for the program. really, think about it, why wouldn't you take advantage of this opportunity to have somebody guide that whole process. the veteran is unemployed day one, per se, and to have somebody there to help them find meaningful employment is incredible. >> tim, mark, mike, thank you for your service. >> thank you all for being here. >> is it weird being army guy was a marine here. >> we just make fun of them, that's all we do. >> the website is acp-usa.org. >> it is. >> check it out. what a great effort. appreciate you all being here. >> thank you. democrats refusing to drop calls for impeachment. >> we consider what we have to consider, including whether we
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>> well, a new study finds the average worker has 21bouts of small talk every week. 56% of those surveyed said communication in the office needs to improve. 38% said they had at least one embarrassing miscommunication. >> can't avoid it. mueller hearing is over but democrats aren't giving up on their quest to impeach president trump. house judiciary chairman jerry nadler announcing a lawsuit to obtain grand jury materials from the russia probe. >> there appears to be compelling evidence of the president's misconduct outside of the four corners of the redacted version of the mueller report. and we will work to uncover that evidence as well. we will consider what we have to consider including whether we should recommend articles of impeach nonet thment to the hou. >> doesn't mueller's testimony give democrats the perfect opportunity to move on? here to react is former writer for george w bush, ned ryan.
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thanks for joining us. you've been covering this from the beginning. you watched this testimony. somehow democrats got out of it we're going to go even further? >> this is insane, pete. a little over a a week ago they did have a vote on impeachment. and 137 democrats voted against it. this is complete madness. i think the mueller hearing threw coldwater on this. jerry nadler is full speed ahead into electoral disaster. the thing that's becoming more and more apparent to me is nancy pelosi is kind of losing control of her caucus. she's got the socialist squad running circles around her and she's got jerry nadler looking her off, it appears to me nancy pelosi is speaker in name only. >> one aspect of mueller's testimony, i have to ask you about. what about him sort of just having no idea what was going on with fusion gps, the steele dossier, i mean, looks like he was in a complete fog about it. how is that possible?
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>> that was one of the more jaw-dropping moments, for him to say he was not familiar with fusion gps. one of the points of the investigation was to look into russian meddling and how can you say you were not familiar with the firm that gave us the steele dossier that i think started the whole russian collusion fairytale. i would remind people, i told you this back in january of 2018, that i was convinced the steele dossier was filled with russian misinformation and we know from bruce orr's testimony that christopher steele's primary source was an ex-russian intelligence officer and the second source was a ukrainian businessman with ties to mut pu. hillary clinton and dnc were basically patsies for putin. the propaganda injected into the american bloodstream helped putin achieve the goal of destabilizing the constitutional
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republic. he claimed he wasn't familiar with fusion gps. he admitted it was a staff-driven investigation. they gave us all we needed to know. we know this was always a political hit job from day one that had no intention of actually getting to the truth of the matter. >> it really was 17 angry democrats on a hunt for donald trump as opposed to the hunt for truth. >> who were absolutely apparently given free rein when you realize aaron zebley, the lawyer for justin p cooper who destroyed hillary clinton's black berry and set up the private e-mail server was in charge of day-to-day operations and the mueller report was written by wiseman, again, complete political witch hunt. i would hope that we will goat the bottom of all this, not because of mueller. thats was a complete travesty. but because of ag bill barr, doj, ig horowitz's report and john durham, that hopefully we're going to get to the bottom
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of this and there will be reals consequences. >> so much attention has been focused on the mueller testimony, the mueller report. the media made it out like this was a guy that was running the whole show. i mean, all right, maybe he didn't write it but did he even read it? now i'm starting to wonder what he was doing this entire time, what his role was the entire time and why he had the nerve to show up to give testimony and not even know what seemed to be in a report that was labeled the mueller report. what's going on here? this is madness. >> it was total madness, complete mystery to me that mueller showed up. it was apparent that robert mueller read the mueller report on the day of the mueller hearing. it appeared he had not read some of the points that the members were asking him about. and the fact that he -- of the 500 interviews, he admitted he sat in on very few of those interviews. i really don't know. the fact of the matter is, again, he was a titular head, a staff run investigation with democrats with close ties to clinton.
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we're celebrating all morning long with sharks on-set. >> we're going to need a bigger studio. [ laughter ] >> here to tell us all about them is seaworld and busch gardens animal ambassador cory. >> one of the toughest parts about shark conservation is overcoming the stigma that people have that they're dangerous animals. >> you don't say? >> you're one of those people. i promise by the end of this segment we'll have you a changed person. out of the hundreds of species of sharks, just a few of them can be dangerous to humans. the large majority of sharks are small species like this that are not to be feared. we brought a few -- >> nice sharks. >> nice sharks, sure. we brought a few from seaworld orlando to interact with. >> you brought them on a plane. >> we actually did. these came from seaworld. these are ambassador sharks. our behind the scenes tours, you can get up close like this and guests of all ages can reach in,
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even children. >> they can't jump up. >> they're not going to jump up. go ahead and reach in. >> they're all nice? >> they're all nice. they're accustomed to this. >> there you go. >> sharks are extremely important to our ocean health. they're the apex predator. they kee keep every other specin the ocean in check. without sharks, we would have overabundance of other species. they have their own specified diet. spinning rays are not part of their diet. they eat small feet. they eat dead, dying and sick animals. >> they're scavengers. >> they're opportunistic eaters. they're going to remove the disease and keep oceans healthy for us. >> because a lot of people -- in full disclosure, i worked in a pet p shop. this is a bamboo shark.
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>> the bamboo shark is one of the species hunted for their fins. i'm sure you've heard of the shark fin trade. humans are responsible for 100 million shark deaths every year which is terrifying, that we're killing this many sharks and the majority of that is for soup. so it's -- >> shark soup? >> shark soup. it's a delicacy in china and other countries in asia and the sharks -- it's terrible. the sharks are just defined and thrown back into the ocean. >> that's terrible. >> we have a coral cat here. >> and this is an epilet which has amazing eye spots which makes predators think it's a bigger animal than it is. >> you want to -- >> i'm good. they're not sedated. maybe a small valium. >> you see how in didn't move. >> this is me and it's not -- >> start at the head and work your way back. >> i'll do it while you read the tease. >> go ahead. still ahead, it's supposed to be the happiest place on
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with getaway deals of at least 15% off, ♪ applebee's all you can eat is back. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood. jedediah: you know griff you were a little too excited about those sharks in the tank and i just wanted to let everyone know i did reach in but the second i reached in, the sharks, another shark near the one that i was touching moved over to try to block him, to try to block him from being touched, there was a conspiracy going on. griff: if you go back to that tank for a second you were pet ting the coral cat shark the
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thinner one in the middle and the one with the spots there put his head over saying please pet me too. they're not aggressive animals by nature. the ocean is the shark's house, so the more you learn to respect them -- pete: you're the only one on this couch that is a visitor with sharks. we are out on that whole thing. if you're out there all the time , you've step on a stingray before. griff: that part wasn't fun. i did that years ago, you know no one of our long time camera men here was shooting a story in hawaii and we ended up going along with our producer time as well we all three went diving with sharks in hawaii on the north part of oahu and it's really quite something and you know really they're such amazing creatures and that's why shark week is so important because learning more about them learning to interact with them, people get bit and you see the stories certainly during the summer but the fact is it's
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where they live, it's in their environment, we happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. jedediah: you stick to sharks i'll stick to watching shark tank. pete: i'll swim in a lake or a pool. jedediah: good for you, griff. we'll be watching. pete: on to other news, you know , they say that sharks are the winners of the ocean you might say. they are on top of the food chain. well the supreme court declared a big victory for the trump adminitration if you missed this late yesterday it paves the way for the president of the administration to use defense department funds to build the border wall. remember when they shut down the government over funding ultimately president trump declares an emergency out of that comes a opportunity to use other funds for the border wall. it was blocked in lower court last night supreme court came out and said nope. you can build it. move forward this is the president's reaction on twitter, when that announcement happened he said wow, big victory on the wall. the united states supreme court overturns lower court injunction
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, allows southern border wall to big win for border security and the rule of law he's been talking about this from the beginning and supporters and folks who leave this is important this means a lot. jedediah: let's take a look at what's in the high court ruling so $2.5 billion in pentagon funds, construction on 100 miles of the border wall and to replace some of the existing border wall. now, interestingly enough, democrats have not changed their tune on this. you would think there would be some evolution considering that now, there's an acknowledgment there is a humanitarian crisis as a result of the overcrowding now and an acknowledgment there was a crisis this whole time actually despite what many democrats said and the fact they realize the american public is very plugged into this issue as we look forward to 2020 you'd think there would be some evolution but take a look at the tweets that came out in response to this ruling you had nancy pelosi saying it was wasteful, ineffective, chuck schumer regrettable and non-sense it call, beto o'rourke, deeply disappointed, corey booker,
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misguided decision and kamala harris, midevil vanity project. pete: griff you've been there, you're a man on the border. some of this is new wall, some of it's replacing existing wall but do you believe this will have a big impact? griff: of course it will have an impact and that's why from the very first time it went down to the border, and dozens of times afterwards the officials say we need three things, infrastructure, manpower and technology. they need congress to change the loopholes as a separate requirement but the three actual things they need is infrastructure, manpower and technology and in the case of you've got 100 new miles that will we built with this funds but you also have 100 miles of existing border that you alluded to, 63 miles of existing barrier in arizona, 46 in nevada, that is critical and it is interesting. remember the time when democrats reduced refused to acknowledge the crisis so now refusing that the wall does serve a construction, a good purpose, in terms of deterrent it is why
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people running for president in the 2020 campaign like kirsten gillibrand are going to, i think , regret saying things like -- pete: she's just proposing a solution? griff: listen. >> that wall is a wall of division, making america great again, is making america white again. it was fully intentional. and he's dividing the country on these racial lines purposely to tell people who feel deeply left behind, that it's not your fault it's because of the black person whose stealing your job or the brown person or the mexican or the muslim or the immigrant or the refugee and so he's created this narrative that you should not love your neighbor, that you should fear your neighbor, and not love your enemy, but hate all those around you. pete: oh, boy. there's quite literally not a single constructive, not just construction, constructive solution coming from democrats especially those running for
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president, in an earnest way to deal with the crisis you talked about. they just shoot down the motives of president trump and by extension his supporters, call them racist, which has nothing to do with why we want border security, and they don't propose anything real. i think a lot of people end up, this is rhetoric people see through it. jedediah: what she just said is a bunch of garbage honestly. it really is. it's nonsense this is not about race. he's not condemning people of different races. he's saying look there's a process. there's a law and order in this country and let me tell you there's so many hispanic americans around the country who came into this country legally who followed that process who are turning around saying yeah you know what? this isn't about race. i followed the rule of law and i had to go through the system and i followed and checked all the boxes why does this other person get to come in without obeying any rules? so it's really easy to label everything racist and sexist. those are really easy words to throw around. what's hard is actually looking at what's happening and coming
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up with a solution so gillibrand if you want to put your time to good use sit down and try to figure out how to stop incentiv izing the terrific process that leads to the over crowding and to the humanitarian crisis and instead of trying to illicit some kind of race war which is ridiculous. this has nothing to do with race pete: don't worry though, she don't be president. jedediah: that's true but listen she's still a voice on the stage and it's insulting that, you know, somebody like this makes it this far, with nothing of value to contribute to the discussion in terms of solution. griff: we'll see if it's a problem with kamala harris because when it comes to rule of law she's a prosecutor. pete: how many will say they want to tear the wall down. that could be a question coming up. president trump builds this wall would you tear it down? watch that closely, because i bet a bunch of them would say they reverse the wall and tear it down. jedediah: i don't know. kamala harris is too smart for that i think i hope to make a statement but i'll go on record
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saying i don't think she will say that. griff: speaking of going on record and rule of law. this story caught our eye, judge dismissing the covington student , a defamation lawsuit against the washington post. now, this statement, from todd mccurdy, co-council, says this about the ruling. the law must protect minors targeted by journalists publish ing click dates, sensationalized news and this is especially true in the current political environment. pete: you february, nicholas salmon was there with his class, he's a teenager, a gentleman comes up to him pounding a drug and he's accused of being racist when actuality the full video shows he was deescalating the situation he was the one confronted and his name was smeared across the country so he brings this lawsuit hoping to get a financial, not reward but financial compensation for what he's been through and ultimately , the judge didn't go through with it.
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jedediah: this kid's life is forever changed. we live in an age when what you see on the internet it effects your life forever he will go and pursue different careers and have this trailing him, the fact that he was labeled as someone smirking in the face of this individual for a very long time to come as someone who instigated that that narrative the problem is once you put that out there it's very hard to walk it back and clarify what actually happened because the initial statements are out there . pete: where do i get my reputation back? jedediah: charlie kirk talked about why he was surprised by the judge's ruling on this. i'm really surprised on this because if we don't have some form of checks and balances remember this is a minor whose name was smeared and his character defamed publicly and to this specific case in the washington post they say his name was not mentioned but they put his image out there and they said he was racist and then all of the internet trolls came and
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labeled him and defined him and his friends. it was guilty until proven innocent pattern that we have seen from the media. griff: you have such a good point too about the power of you can't put that back in a bottle and this day and age, journalist s, and people at the washington post have a real responsibility to keep from putting something without its full context that was the point of the video and that's perhaps a little bit surprising the judge dismissed it, at least to move forward on it, just out of hand, because you know, we really, whether it's me as a reporter for fox or washington post or anyone else, when you're putting something out there, it's likely to go viral as that did, you have to understand that you accept the responsibility for what you put out. jedediah: but responsible journalism. just think a minute. i understand that people -- pete: do you still believe there's such a thing? jedediah: i would love to still believe it i understand people are agenda-driven but you're talking about a bunch of kids
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here and their whole lives. before you put something out there really do your research. these people weren't watching the whole video. i said wait a second that's not what happened. take a second and just do a little bit of research. pete: i'm not a journalist but i know folks like griff and a lot of people here and when you look at the rigourous process by which you decide when to put things out and how to or what to say those standards in other places are violated daily and so you see the lives of someone like this immediately characterized as the bad guy in this story as opposed to the due diligence you'd normally do, especially if it was the other side of the aisle or the other way around it all feels like they pick and choose what and where to emphasize which is why the president calls it fake news jedediah: we'll turn to headlines for you now, beginning with a fox news alert. you're looking live at protests in hong kong now entering their eighth straight week over the government's attempt to pass a china-backed extradition bill. riot police firing tear gas at demonstrators who refused orders to turn back. the crowds are reportedly
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heading to a rail station where several protesters were viciously attacked last weekend by suspected gang members. and the search for two murder suspects now going door-to-door. canadian police scouring a tiny town for any sign of the teenagers who are suspected in the murders of three people including an american. the town is about 2,000 miles east of where the bodies were found. police released this footage of the two at a supply store, last saturday, but warn they may have changed their appearance since then. >> and nancy pelosi downplays the political drama brewing within the democratic party. the house speaker is settling her differences with congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez for now. i would never even say that was a hatchet but i do think that we sat down today, we had a good meeting, and the congresswoman is a very gracious member of congress. jedediah: the pair putting on a show of unity just weeks after a
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oc suggested pelosi's public criticism of the squad was race- based. pete: i don't think gracious is the term i'd use. jedediah: i still can't get over that photo man. pete: maybe bold, brash, gracious? hu-huh. jedediah: she wants everything to look unified like we all get along. pete: like us on the couch. jedediah: that is true though we do get along. pete: it's true. joe biden and kamala harris ready to faceoff again in the next democrat debate but just how polite will they be this time around? griff: former obama advisor robert wolf said be prepared and he joins us now, good morning, robert. ♪ ♪ this was me before liberty mutucustomized my car insurance, so i only pay for what i need. and this is me now!
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what do you mean when you said you aren't going to be as polite in the next debate? jedediah: joe biden leaving it open as to just how polite he will be at the next presidential debate. and we have round two with kamala harris who said this when asked the same question. >> how polite will you be? >> i will be polite. jedediah: here with his take, fox news contributor and former economic advisor to president obama, robert wolf. so what do you make of this, i've got my popcorn ready because last time joe biden and kamala harris that was pretty intense. i think it's going to be a very interesting night and it should be fun again. listen there's no question that corey and kamala harris are
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playing a competitive path into south carolina and joe biden that's his main path. if for them to really have a strong debate, they are really talking about whose the best for the african american party, in south carolina. to date kamilla did the right thing. she went at him and he should have had a better response because he has a lot of good responses what he's done over the years. jedediah: you say that but joe biden has been in politics for a very long time. he had to know going into this debate as many of us knew that kamala harris might go after him on particularly the issue of civil rights she had been talking about that for a long time. why did he think he had it in the bag? >> i think he wasn't prepared for him to go at it that hard and debate is the competition. you are fighting for the nomination. now, i would say, as obama to quote obama, we shouldn't have a circular firing squad within the democratic party. that being said this is going to be a tough debate. you have castro on stage. i could see him going after biden with immigration. that, i do think at the end of
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the day, it's whose going to be the most electable, who has the best policy. this is good for populist rhetoric and tv for us to talk about but the voters this is not what they care about. jedediah: why isn't he getting the obama endorsement because some say well president obama when he endorses these people it doesn't work as well as when he runs himself. i think this would be a huge boost for him but i find it really odd president obama hasn't come forward. this was his vice president. why? >> it's not odd at all because a former president does not get involved in democratic primaries they just don't. jedediah: even for his -- >> he's not going to. he's not going to get involved in each and every aspect of a nomination but if the vice president or kamilla or corey or warren whoever the candidate is he will be all in trust me. jedediah: quickly the new york times has been down playing the growth of the economy. check out this headline. economy grows but not at the rate trump promised. does that work? because the way i see it if people have more money in their
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pocket if there's less regulation and small businesses are able to open and people are feeling growth that headline doesn't work. >> yesterday's number was not that strong. we should be clear, gdp from 2018 went from three plus to 2.5 % yesterday's number was weak on investment, weak on manufacturing and weak on housing so it was not a great number, there's softness in the economy although we should be clear that there is not a recession coming and there are a lot of things also going well but yesterday's number was underwhelming. it just was. jedediah: people have more money though, robert? >> that's always good. jedediah: they will look and say thanks to these policies they won't want to go embrace the complete opposite end of the spectrum. >> but let's be clear post the tax cut everyone was saying we're going to 5%, steve moore was saying we'll get to north of 5%. we're half that today, so we're chugging along but we're not where we want to be. jedediah: thanks for being here. tensions rising as north korea launches another missile. so how should the u.s. respond? we'll discuss that, coming up next. of savings and service.
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pete: welcome back a couple of quick headlines new york city mayor bill deblasio begging for donations so he can qualify for september's debate the 2020 hopeful asking radio listeners for as little as a dollar to get him past the dnc donor threshold and he needs 130,000 unique donors to qualify as of july 1 he had less than 7,000. meanwhile, two other 2020 candidates are engaging in what is known as a mock twitter feud. i would like to signal to the press that i will be attacking michael bennett at next week's debate. sorry michael ben it but you know what you did. the colorado senator responding andrew, how did you know i got a
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c in pre-calc in high school on the retake. anything to get attention, griff griff: thanks, pete. well north korea issuing a warning vowing to carry out more missile tests that comes in response to join military exercises between the u.s. and south korea. so should the u.s. be concerned about these rights and intentions? here to react is director of could r an studies the center for national interests, harry what do you make of yesterday's news? >> hey, griff. i'm not shocked at all to be honest with you. this is something the north koreans have done actually for decades. they are very very scared of u.s. joint military exercises and also very scared that south korea is getting the f35 which would actually be the perfect platform if you're going to launch some sort of strike of the north korean leadership so this is actually a pattern we've seen for a long time. i don't think it's going to derail the peace process, in fact what the president has done is historic walking into north korea. that was just less than a month
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ago so we've come really far and i don't think this is going to mess things up in any way. griff: but harry critics will say the president has ultimately failed to deliver significant results and this is just another case of his provocation. no that's not true. to be honest with you we have to compare where would be if hillary clinton had been president. there's a lot of evidence to suggest that the north koreans would be testing more icbm's detonating more hydrogen bombs or nuclear weapons and there's more archival research that suggests that that would have been her policy to never meet with kim jong-un or engage with the north koreans because the president understands the hardest things about geopolitics you have to make peace with your enemies and try to engage with them. the world is filled with people we don't like and you have to engage with them and that's the only way it works. griff: i talked about critics let's talk about supporters with the president's policies with regards to north korea. there is some signs of progress certainly because today marks the one year anniversaryfrom th.
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>> yeah, that is a historic win for the president. we have to remember, there were over 7,000 americans that never came home from the korean war. imagine being one of those families where you're waiting literally for decades to get some sort of news, a letter, a phone call, maybe your loved one walking through the door. this gets closure to those families and i think the president did the right thing. he did not have to take that issue on. i think he did something that was very bold and courage us. griff: just lastly in battery park in new york a plaque was placed yesterday to mark the one year anniversary of the remains coming home. do you think the critics really failed to give the president credit for some pages that he will certainly have in history? >> they never give him any credit and i think it's very very sad. i think when you see the things the president has tried to do with north korea, he put himself out there and really shown a lot of vulnerability. presidents don't do that and that's actually the mark of a great president when you are
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willing to be courageous put yourself out there and take risks. that's the only way history is made. griff: harry thank you very much for joining us. you too. griff: after a series of antifa attacks including this one that sent a journalist to the hospital a new op-ed is down playing dangers of the grid they say don't be fooled they are a terrorist organization and need to be labeled as such. he sounds off, coming up, next. my experience with usaa has been excellent.
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pete: if you're not awake now, if you weren't awake, you are now. bruno mars. jedediah: i like the music choice today. it's really getting us into the fire and the day and we're talking the border, we're talking disney, i mean, this is like good stuff. pete: the border and disney? jedediah: listen these are divisive for the day. pete: i'm not sure which one is more divisive. i know where i am on the wall. jedediah: that's right. griff: we played that song bruno mars for our next guest lawrence jones, to get him fired up, editor in chief of campus reform lawrence we have a topic to throw your way when we came out of the last break and that is antifa in this new op-ed, first of all let's just get this clear how do you view antifa?
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>> i mean, i view them how the rest of the country should view them. they are domestic terrorists. they insult people not only assault people, not only violently for people that they say are hateful, but they go after journalists and against anybody they don't like so the question is why is the fbi dragging their feet to classify them to something that we know when they don't like conservative speakers they will set the entire campus on fire. this is violent and this is anarchy and if we're not careful and i know the democrats don't want to call them out because though they are friends and they do the things they don't want to do so they kind of say oh,, they're bad people, but it's justified because they are targeting hateful people. they don't target hateful people they go after journalists when they don't like them covering them they go after people just for opposing views, and the problem that i have with that is it's going to setup for our society to have straight up anarchy and we're shooting at each other. it's not cool. pete: and lawrence you're actually calling golden retriev ers domestic terrorists
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because according to an op-ed in news week this is what they argued. the title is ban antifa. i've met golden retrievers who scared me more and the argument goes on to say these kids most of whom are clearly overheating behind the black bandanas practically tied across their faces seem slightly silly to me but nothing about their posture or behavior struck me as menacing. so they wear masks to hide their face, not just because they don't want to know who they are but because they are doing things that often are not lawful yet golden retriever? >> right again this is the press though. this is how they tamper violent acts down. look many of them are kids that need to suffer the consequences. i mean, they are in their parent s basement, they get out when they don't like something put a mask on. think about it if these people were wearing red and blue bandannas. they would be gang members and prosecutors to the fullest extent of the law, but again, i don't understand why we don't
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perceive antifa to be some of the same type of people. again, i think that law enforcement has to get involved and i know in many cities like portland, oregon the law enforcement officers have been told to stand down on this but they need to get involved or they are going to lose their city. jedediah: lawrence i want to get to 2020 news with you looking at joe biden the latest fox news poll show biden has this command ing lead as we head into next week's debates the next round of debates. if you look now joe biden at 33% , bernie sanders is next in line at 15% and then warren, kamala harris, if you go back to june, joe biden was at 32% so he's up one percentage point and then bernie sanders right hundred, same kind of story for everyone proceeding after that, but i think he's a terrible pick for democrats based on what we're seeing right now. is this going to range, is this all name recognition still or are people actually listening because this guy is not saying much. >> look, he is the jeb bush of the democratic party, okay? he's the person that everybody knows, but what's going to
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happen in the next debate is he's going to get attacked again and not be able to defend himself, and look. he really doesn't have any policy proposals. he's evolved on every single issue. if you've been in politics over 40 years and you don't know where you stand on issues today that is not gone away i think that's pretty telling. he's trying to pander to the progressive wing of the party, which goes against the whole electability thing because americans don't want that. griff: lawrence now that we've gotten that important news topic out of the way i've been referee ing a debate between pete and jed here over going to disney world, how people feel about it. there was a rant, actually from last september, from a mom about childless millennials flooding disney world, here is a little bit of it. pete: its gone viral recently. griff: here is a little of what she said. it says if pisses me off to no end, when i see childless couples without children at disney world.
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disney world is a family amusement park and you have these immature millennials throw away their money on useless crap they have no idea the joy and happiness it is to mothers who buy their babies treats and toys and people without children need to be banned. a lot of exclamation points. mothers with children should be allowed to skip all the lines. you're a millennial. do you like disney or not? >> yeah and i was a millennial that went to disneyworld, because my parents couldn't afford to talk us to disney when i was little. it's my money, i can do whatever the hell i want to do with it. jedediah: thank you, yeah, you go. pete: good argument. jedediah: that's right and i'm also like disney is a place you can go, i've been saying lawrence at any age and you feel like a kid again. it's a happy place. it should be for people of all ages. when we go we're not cutting those kids in line or anything. we want to all have fun. >> she's trying to destroy the fun for all of us. this lady is clearly a bitter woman and you know, i'm sorry
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that her kid had a bad experience, but welcome to the real-world. this is what happens. you see childless people sometimes. grow up. pete: you're a big dude though, like six foot four or six foot five. you sit on these rides? >> i don't ride the rides because i'm afraid of the heights so i don't get on but i love food. i love good food and the fireworks show and i love people , so that's all. jedediah: there you go fast forward a year from now, you, me , lawrence, pete hegseth griff jenkins. griff: thanks very much. thanks guys. jedediah: we'll turn to headlines, a girl scout is safe after evacuating from their camp site on a remote island during a lightning storm. rescuers trecking through a minnesota wilderness area to find the group after police september a plane to help pinpoint their location. all nine members were brought to safety on canoes and everyone is said to be okay. a man pulls off a plane in new york now facing terror-related
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charges accused of wanting to kill americans. federal agents pulling him off the plane at jfk airport just before takeoff yesterday. he's accused of trying to join the taliban in afghanistan. he told an fbi informant he wanted to kill american soldiers it seems delivery drivers take as much as they give in a new u.s. food study, 28% of drivers admitted to taking food from a customer's order. i knew it. that is a big neo-liberal- neo-liberal for customers who said a driver swiping even a few fries was absolutely unacceptable. 85% want restaurants to use labels that would show tampering and those are your headlines. you can't take my french fries. pete: like if i was a delivery guide? jedediah: you'd totally steel somebody's fries. griff: this is bad news for door dash, uber eats because i don't want anybody grabbing my food or
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taking it. pete: you just grab that fry, and it's gone. griff: but it's mine! jedediah: rick richmuth, am i right if you take one you'll wind up taking three or four. rick: fine just don't take a bite of something and put it back. pete: oh, that's it. rick: i want a definition of what this means. jedediah: [laughter] rick: guys, theodore is trying to get in the shot. how old is theodore? he's just about six months. rick: oh, my gosh. hi, give us a big smile. you've been giving us big smiles we got it. thank you so much, yes! all right let's talk some weather. take a look at the map. show you what's going on we've got a nice weekend for everybody across the country which we haven't been able to say in a very long time temperatures starting out or looking good we'll see a few scattered shower s across parts of north florida later on today, and we're going to see heavier showers around coastal areas of louisiana, and then we have the four corners area where we're seeing moisture we see that this coming year, you need that it's the rainy season and they are
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beautiful storms maybe a little bit heavy across parts of wyoming later on today that could cause a little bit of flooding but aside from that things are looking good and this is the precipitation we'll have throughout this week. heaviest of it maybe across parts of west virginia but even that nobody will be seeing significant flooding at all. temperature wise also looking better just feels solidly like summer but even across parts of texas you're not baking like you could be this time of the year maybe getting a little bit warmer by the time we get in towards later parts of this week overall guys great weekend in-store. enjoy it. jedediah: thanks, rick. pete: and hi, theodore. jedediah: so cute. pete: he was sounding off during the report. well it's an organization dedicated to finding faith-based solutions for our nations heros battles post traumatic stress so why was mighty oats foundation just blocked from sharing an ad on youtube with the word " christian" in it? we are joined next with much more on this disturbing story. -keep it down there. i have a system.
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i love it! the south carolina man going viral after his donkey, nathan, decided to join in on his jam session. i love that, pete. pete: that's cool. i knew you would, jed. well, a faith-based organization , dedicated to helping our active duty military and veterans overcome post traumatic stress says that it's being censored by youtube. the founder of mighty oaks foundation taking to twitter after they were blocked for using the word christian to promote an ad. youtube doesn't allow advertisers to target based on religion but our next guest says there's more to the story founder and president, thanks for being here, thank you for your service, thank you for what you do with this organization. now, you used faith to help guys coming back from the battlefield transition. it's something we used in the military. it's an important thing to help afterwards, of course. yet youtube is saying you can't
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tag people you're trying to talk to based on faith? >> yeah, it's pretty crazy. i mean, we've done just in credible work. we served over 100,000 active duty veterans from our community , through our faith programs, and we've been marketing this way for years. we've used the word christian as a tag keyword in marketing to reach our community and i think any business or organization that's going to market our social market needs to target specific groups marketing 101, so just this year alone since january 1 we've had 150,000 in the word christian so this last sunday just business as usual, we put an ad out through our mighty oaks show to reach veterans and supporters alike, and the ad was rejected they said we had a policy violation for unacceptable content and that content was the word " christian" and so this week, we've tried to clarify that. pete: so it was not the content of the video but the fact that we tagged it as christian and of
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course you're a christian organization targeting other christians. now youtube responded to you and they said that we know that religious beliefs are personal so we don't allow advertisers to target users on the basis of religion, beyond that we don't have policies against advertising, that includes religious terms like christian. now, you responded back with something you found out about a different religion that isn't targeted this way. share the story. well yeah, i mean, we didn't agree with what their response was because this couldn't have been a long term policy because we've been running the word christian for years up until two weeks ago and so i asked my marketing director, try some different other religions to see and we put in the word muslim and replaced it for the word christian and the ad ran in fact it's still running live right now. we wanted to see if they would take it down and they have not so clearly i believe the word muslim should be able to run and any other religion should be able to run as well and be able to reach the groups they are targeting. pete: so right now your
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christian veterans organization is running an ad under the search term muslim because you were allowed to do that but if it said christian, you were blocked? >> yes it was a policy violation and the worlding they used was unacceptable content and so it took to twitter, very thankful so many people respond ed. i believe this scares a lot of people. it should scare every american whether you're a christian or muslim or conservative or liberal this is a path that i think our country cannot go down or it's hard to come back from. pete: i have a feeling some of our folks will be letting youtube know about this. where can folks learn about mighty oaks as well? >> mightyoaksprograms.org. we run free programs to veterans active duty and spouses and if you're interested in support we love support from a grateful nation. pete: we appreciate your time this morning good luck. hopefully they reverse this decision quickly. thank you. pete: well still ahead, this pet a billboard sparking an infamous battle for a baltimore
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ta made national headlines after putting up a series of billboards in baltimore after a picture of a crab that read i'm me, not meat. pete: the ad sparked a billboard brawl with the local restaurant jimmy's famous seafood. griff: now they are taking it to the next level with a brand new beer called peta tears lagger. joining us is co-owner of jimmy
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's famous seafood. >> thanks for having me guys appreciate it. pete: you have your own beer? >> peta wanted us to come out with vegan options and what a better vegan option than beer. pete: how do they get their tears into the can? >> they've been crying for a year now so they collected all the tears and all of the little followers and we have them on draft and they are delicious. griff: a little salty? peta is famous for doing outrageous things, they have been to capitol hill in washington where i am all the time, naked but they come after like maryland's signature crab industry. how do you feel about that? well like i told peta you mess with the crab you get the clues. >> [laughter] we fought back and they were trying to cripple an entire industry and as you know tens of thousands from maryland depend on the crab to feed their families so they ran away pretty quickly. pete: but john, i'm me. i'm me. he used to have a name.
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>> [laughter] pete: not any longer now he's tasty. rick: you guys do these better than anybody else, why? what makes it so good? >> well it's definitely our seasoning that we put on top of them to make them in house and we're really well known for the crab cakes, as you can see it's a half pound of jumbo lump crab meat and we can ship those anywhere in the country and 45 years now my father was jimmy, he passed away in 2003 my father was the american dream, he came here broke from greece and built a restaurant and we were fortunate enough to take it where it is now. griff: how are peta tears beer selling? >> absolutely you can get the beer when you come to the restaurant, and it is delicious, if i can. griff: [laughter] what do you think? >> as i said you can have the crab cakes and the crab shipped anywhere in the country. griff: all right we'll do one test. what's your name?
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quick taste, is it good, or not? >> perfect. griff: there you go. we have tested peta tears on our crab. thank you very much. >> thanks for having me guys. rick: this is famous seafood. pete: check it out in baltimore. well, nancy pelosi and comrad cortez all smiles after yesterday's one on one meeting, i guess they cleared air. griff: but are the two democrats downplaying their feud? well we'll talk about it, coming up.
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jedediah: oh, boy. griff: it's a shark. jedediah: and that middle one is dancing i'm telling you i saw him dancing before. you think i'm crazy but he was trying to invite me into the tank to pet him and then he went rogue. griff: thanks to sea world they literally flew these sharks up from orlando, you see there, a coral cat shark, that's the skinny one you were talking about that you were petting and then a bamboo shark as well, really an important thing, during shark week. pete: griff knows everything about everything. a little bit about everything. griff: there's so much about sharks that i'm passionate about that because you've got people diving and swimming freely with sharks like really -- jedediah: people like you. pete: the sea world folks were fired up because we were outside with the guys from jimmy's famous seafood and they got the
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new peta tears beer. because think about it they battle with the peta folks all the time too. they are wonderful with these animals they brought across the country to share with us this morning so we'll maybe put our feet in. you should put your feet in. jedediah: maybe lay on the bottom of the tank with a shark. it never hurt anybody, right? griff: they might not like that. you have to do whatever is most appropriate for their environment. it's okay to touch them although i can't climb in but if you have a shark swimming diving operation somewhere in florida i'll come visit you. meanwhile we have news we have to get to from my hometown in washington. straight to a fox news alert, the supreme court sides with the president lifting a block on border wall construction. jedediah: president trump tweet ing wow big victory on the wall adding big win for border security. pete: our own mark meredith is live in washington with reaction to this big decision. >> good morning to you, pete the president is celebrating after this supreme court ruling from friday. the court ruled the white house can begin using $2 billion in military funds to work on the border wall. the court ruled the money can be
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used while a court case challenging the wall continues . the funds are expected to go for 100 miles of a border barrier replacing existing border fencing in places like arizona, new mexico, and california. the president is praising the court's decision. he calls it a big victory and a big win for border security. congressional democrats are less than thrilled. senate minority leader chuck schumer put out a tweet that says this is a deeply regret table and none-sense it call decision. we also heard from the aclu. it says even after friday's ruling that this isn't over. they put out a statement where they said, "we will be asking the federal appeals court to expedite the ongoing appeals proceeding to halt the irreversible and imminent danger from trump's border wallet. house speaker nancy pelosi is also blasting the court's decision, calling decision " deeply flawed. jed, pete and griff back to you guys. griff: thanks, mark very quickly since full disclosure do you
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mind if i bring these sharks back to put in our office? >> you know washington is already filled with sharks here it's already here so i don't think we need them down here. griff: good answer. jedediah: good answer. pete: thanks a lot. this is indeed a big win for a president who promised to deliver on a wall and people aren't used to politicians that actually deliver on their promises and stay focused to making it happen, because congress, as we talk about all the time, has been unwilling to do anything serious through emergency declarations, he appropriated the funds, there was immediately a challenge through the ninth circuit and in this case we talked about it. you've got to wait and the supreme court weighed in 5-4 all conservatives voting with the president and the wall construction will begin. 100 new miles of wall in addition to replacing old wall this is a big deal if you believe in securing the border and it will be interesting to watch how the democrats they put out such weak statements. what is their approach to secure the border? jedediah: that's exactly right. i'd turn to them saying okay you don't like the wall. what do you propose when it
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comes to border security because if you don't say that they will rant about, you know, some other immigration issue, but if you don't secure the border, if don't stop incentivizing this process, this problem is never going to end. it's just going to keep getting worse and worse and worse over time because it's a little band aid here and a little band aid there but then you look at 10 years from now and its just ballooned. if they had addressed border security 10 years ago and this was addressed to republicans and democrats who sat on the issue and really do nothing you wouldn't be in this predicament where you have this level of over crowding so i'd pass it back and say well you don't like the wall? okay so what do you propose when it comes to border security and wait for the answer and you'll hear some ridiculous rant about immigration that has nothing to do -- pete: or tear it down. jedediah: oral together open borders. that could potentially be said too. griff: democrats are split on where they used to be when back in the day. pete: that was like five years ago. griff: you also had bill clinton sign that law to fast-track
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asylum, but now one thing the democrats are growing to support is the issue of impeachment, now 99 some members of congress, that are calling for an impeachment investigation. remember it's not an inquiry, not an actual vote yet just an investigation that they're doing pete: didn't we already have one of those, griff? griff: well listen now they call for the investigation and democrats say they have trump scandals with or without a formal vote. let's listen to the democrats we're talking about. listen. >> we have to consider including whether we should recommend articles of impeachment. >> we've got right now in the white house. >> and i feel that an impeachment inquiry is imperative. how we can hold the president thible and the only way to do that is through the impeachment process. >> their advocacy for impeachment only gives me leverage. i have no complaints with what they are doing. jedediah: see now that i saw the mueller testimony, now i think they've all really officially lost their minds because how you
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could watch that testimony and not step back and say do you know what? this should be we need to move on this does not go as planned. there's no nugget here for us. he looked completely spaced out with respect to any question of worth or the report itself. i don't know who wrote it but he clearly didn't write it. i don't even know if he read it to be perfectly honest but how you don't step back and just say okay we took this train for a really long time but now we need to hop off and talk about the economy and jobs and border security and get into the heart of these issues. it is incredible to me and actually president trump came right in, you know, as he always does and he mocked these impeachment pushes from the left take a listen. president trump: these people are clowns. the democrats are clowns. they're being laughed at all over the world and i watched this morning i watched nancy pelosi trying to get through that with the performance that robert mueller put on where i don't think he ever read the agreement or the document and
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the document said no collusion, they don't even talk about that, so there was no crime, but it said well there was no crime but he obstructed. how do you obstruct if there's no crime but actually it was worse than that so there was a phony crime that they put on. the crime was what they put on. pete: well we had ned ryan on the program earlier, he summed up what nancy pelosi is dealing with. >> a little over a week ago they did have a vote on impeachment and 137 democrats voted against it and now, in light of the mueller hearing this is complete madness. i think the mueller hearing is actually undermined and threw cold water on this and yet jerry nadler is basically full speed ahead into a full disaster. nancy pelosi is kind of losing control, of her caucus with the socialistic squad running circles around her and now she's got jerry nadler looking her up. it appears to me nancy pelosi is speaker in name, only. griff: that's a great point too because you saw nadler trying to subpoena mueller didn't deliver
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as you said we all watched the hearing and now we are like well we have to go after the grand jury material since we couldn't get it directly from mueller we'll now subpoena to get the grand jury and we'll see if that goes anywhere. one of the things for sure, congressman jefferies is the democrat caucus chairman is watching this with absolute bottle of something and it's a very difficult thing to manage. this recess, which is 46 days long, speaker, just and all of the members off recess couldn't come at a better time for democrats to take a little time out. pete: but what's happening within those 46 days next week are these debates. jedediah: that's right. pete: the candidates are going to be asked many are already calling for impeachment, by the way easy to call for impeachment as opposed to vote for it and pursue it, but the next leader of the democrat party is among the that group, one of them they set the tone as to whether or not, they would be smart to think we want to impeachment, try to impeachment them at the ballot box. jedediah: nancy pelosi has a big problem because i think she's
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stuck on this issue and knows that impeachment is not the way to go but she has to deal with the so-called squad and the aoc, deal with the hard left wing of her party who are saying listen you have to dig your heels in on impeachment so she's trying to juggle those and as of late she and aoc are trying to convince us all that they are really just friends. really really tight. take a listen to that. >> i didn't think you were able to bury the hatchet with congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez in the meeting. >> i don't think there was any hatchet. well she called you down right disrespectful. >> well that's political arena. in your family you still have your differences. does your family always agree on everything? >> yeah, but sometimes you have meetings to clear the air. >> you do? you have meetings in your family >> [laughter] >> oh, my goodness, well you may be a model. we just had a meeting to clear the air. >> [indiscernible] jedediah: oh
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, man to be a fly on a wall in that actual meeting, because i know we saw the photo it's all fake smiles and i know she's out there calling them family but to be a fly on the wall to listen to what actually got discussed because they do not see eye to eye not only on a lot of policy issues in my opinion but how to approach politics. nancy pelosi is a washington insider. she's been there for a really long time and she is in the business of getting business done the way she knows how to do it which is the status quo and a oc is challenging that status quo every step of the way to be a fly on the wall would have been a lot of fun. griff: you have to remember earlier this month there's a very different tone after aoc accused the speaker of sickle singling newly-elected women of color out. here is a quote. persistent singling out got to a point where it was just out right disrespectful. the explicit singling out of newly-elected women of color. this is a 29--year-old freshman member of congress calling out a 79-year-old two-time speaker of the house, no one has delivered
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more power to the democrat party in the last quarter century than nancy pelosi. pete: she called her a racist. if you're saying you're singling us out because we are women of color, nancy pelosi is looking at the color of their skin singling them out for that reason which is absurd. once you called nancy pelosi a racist, and joe biden and everyone just call yourself a racist and we can start the conversation. i mean, that's what nancy pelosi is so frustrated with the foolishness of the words of these members who throw labels around and it dilutes the value of a label when you need to use it if it's really happening. jedediah: i think it's a mistake not to acknowledge the risk because i remember the tea party they acknowledged it and that there was division within the party. but this nonsense of we all get along as family, i'm not buying it. maybe people are. griff: e-mail us. and say are you buying it are they besties now or frenemies. jedediah: we'll turn to headlines back to back earthquakes across the
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philippines killing at least eight people injuring dozens more. a 5.4 magnitude quake striking the country's northern island. the strong quake collapsing houses, burying some beneath piles of brick. you can see a group pulling a man out from the rubble. nearly half the island now being advised not to return home as aftershocks shake the region. >> and a dad is charged in the deaths of his one-year-old twins , after leaving them in a hot car for eight hours. he told police he didn't notice them until he was on his way home from work. the dad whos is a social worker at a new york city hospital said he forgot the kids were in the car when he parked in the morning. he is now facing two counts of manslaughter and criminally neglect homicide. >> and philadelphia eagles quarterback shares a special moment with a young fan. >> oh, my god, he's my hero.
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>> that is an 11-year-old meeting his idol during training camp. he is currently battling a rare genetic disorder his family getting emotional white willing his son's inser action with a football star saying he made their sons dream come true. i love that story. he's a good guy. great quarterback. well done. griff: it's supposed to be the happiest place on earth. unless you are a childless millennial one mom now demanding they be banned from disney world. pete: well everyone has an opinion on this, your comments are pouring in we'll read them, coming up. >> ♪ let it go, let it go choosing my car insurance was the easiest decision ever. i switched to geico and saved hundreds. that's a win. but it's not the only reason i switched.
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in military funds to build the border security. here to react to that decision is the president of the national border patrol council brandon judd. good morning, brandon. >> good morning, griff. thanks for having me. griff: so let's talk about this. what do you make about this ruling that now will allow the president to build some 100 new miles as well as repair an existing about 100 miles in arizona and new mexico? >> well first off i'm grateful that the president stood his ground. whenever he passes an executive order or issues a regulation, we know that radical leftist groups are going to take it to the ninth circuit circuit court of appeals and we know the ninth circuit court of appeals normal ly side with these groups but the president stood his ground knowing that the supreme court acts on the rule of law, looks at the law, judges it based on that rather than the judicial activism which we see in the ninth circuit. this ruling by the supreme court is going to allow border security agents to better secure
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the border by dictating where illegal border crossings take place especially the narcotics and the criminal aliens entering this country so when you look at this and the history of walls and how effective they've been, this is going to be one more win for the people that want border security which frankly i believe is the vast majority of the american public. griff: you and the border security officials have been testifying and screaming for lawmakers on both sides of the aisle that you need this border structure to help deter the border but yet you have some, like senator kirsten gillibrand, in the wake of this decision, is equating, being for a wall in some way, with being racist. your reaction. >> that's the word that they throw around all the time. if they don't have facts on their side, they just use name calling to try to justify their position. i was just out in el paso yesterday, and the group "we build the wallet they built a
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structure in the most dangerous location in el paso, the part where more drugs were crossing, your criminal aliens were crossing in this specific area. since they built that structure, we have not had one border encouragement in that area. again it has nothing to do with racism and everything to do with the safety and security of the united states and the safety and security of the public. griff: another thing i want to hear with you quickly i was out in california yesterday where i.c.e. is one of the largest i.c.e. facilities out there in the nation, and i spoke to one of several of the actual detainees there, one individual named jesus. here is what he said about conditions, listen. >> do you think this is humane treatment? >> yeah, i think it is. it's a blessing, you know? it's a blessing to wake up and have a little bit of freedom and get out and watch tv and be with the detainees like that. other places you don't get that
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treatment. griff: quite a contrast, brandon from what some lawmakers have called these facilities. >> i would argue that our facilities are probably the best in the world. if you went to mexican, guatemala, el salvador, honduras , and you looked at their holding facilities those are totally atrocious. yes, do we have over crowding? absolutely if congress fails to properly fund our agencies we're going to deal with over crowding but the actual facilities and the amenities in these facilit ies are much better than what you're going to get throughout the world and they comply with the laws of the united states. griff: brandon judd and the national border patrol council thank you for joining us today look forward to having you back have a great saturday. >> thanks. griff: a texas school district will start drug testing soon as young as 12 if they want to join any school teams or clubs, but is this a good idea? well, we're going to put it to the debate, next. >> ♪ ♪ ♪ hoo
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pete: quick headlines starting with a fox news alert you're looking live at protests in hong kong entering their eighth straight week over the governments attempt to pass an extradition bill to send folks to china. earlier police fired tear gas and the crowds were headed to a rail station where protesters were attacked last weekend. they want their sovereignty from china. and two people were kill and several others are hurt when a balcony suddenly collapses inside a south korean nightclub overnight. at least two american athletes visiting for the world swimming championships were injured, wow too bad. police now questioning the club owners about possible illegal
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renovations. jed, down to you. jedediah: thanks, pete. a texas school district ready to start drug testing students as young as 12. the policy applies to all students in grades 7-12 who choose to participate in school sponsored extra curricular activities or request a permit to park a vehicle on school property. and how young is too young to drug test and here to debate is an attorney and founder and executive director of drug-free schools coalition thank you for being here. >> thank you. jedediah: so david i want to start with you. why is this a it good idea? some have argued that grade 7 is a little young for drug testing what do you think? >> well i think anybody familiar with what's going on with drugs and kids today recognizes that kids are using drugs younger and younger, particularly with marijuana, since now, you have these where you can use marijuana concentrates and nobody even knows you're using marijuana, so yes, we should do it as early as
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possible. the idea of drug testing is to deter drug use, not to catch kids, not to punish kids, not to arm kids, but to detect them to get them help if they need it. drug testing programs are setup in a way that it doesn't become part of the students permanent record. they are offered counseling, and their parents are notified and in virtually every case, the parents are grateful that their child is detected because the parents had no clue that their child was using drugs, and it is non-punitive and it's a win-win for everybody. jedediah: you know, parents are being alerted but it seems to me the only opt out is for these kids to not do any really extra curriculars because this isn't only being applied to sports as we've seen in the past but it's being applied to virtually every club. i'm looking at band, student council, yearbook, so are kids going to be left saying do you know what i don't want to go through this potential random testing up to 10 times a year so i won't do any of these activit
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ies. >> i think that's a definite by-product of this and look why do we need to turn our school officials into probation officer s for what we call are suspicionless searches when there's no correlation between the kids actual behavior, and drug testing them randomly, why do we need to do it? it almost turns the schools into a jail and if we're going to, if the kids will be discouraged from participating in chess club , glee club, from driving themselves to school what really is the point because now if nobody is doing those things you're not testing anybody, to me it's unwise and unnecessary. jedediah: david fox & friends reached out to the school district and they gave us a press release which reads there is not a huge drug problem that has been identified. it is the hope that drug testing will serve as a deter enter and give students a reason to resist peer pressure to take drugs but what about the point there that why not, why not put this, you know, forward for kids that you have some reasonable suspicion that something is going on, there's been some investigative work done on school grounds as
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opposed to a broad structure for that's applied to everyone. >> well first of all this is all law. my opponent has been an attorney so i'll address her in terms of the law. this has been the law in this country for 17 years. the united states supreme court twice has ruled in favor of student drug testing, all of the issues that she brought up were discussed in that litigation, and the supreme court twice plus many state supreme courts including new jersey, where i was from, have ruled that it's constitutional, that it does not violate any rights of the student, and also there is no decrease in extra curricular activities. there is a study that shows that actually, extra curricular activities go up because kids, you know, most kids don't use drugs. the majority of the kids in high school do not use drugs, and so they are going to participate and the kids say that this gives them a reason to say no. they can be on on the football team, somebody offers them a drug and they can say that i'm
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going to be tested so kids support it and there's no evidence that there's a decrease in extra curricular. jedediah: quick words from you on whether this works and is it for parental rights? >> that's just it. it is legal but that doesn't mean the schools have to do it this is optional so why bother? yes you stand in the shoes of parents when you're a school official. you do not stand in the shoes of the police officers. i don't think any kid or most parents probably don't want this either. they know how to parent their children if you think your kids on drugs parents should do something about it. keep the schools doing what they are supposed to do teaching not policing. jedediah: well thank you both for being here. yeah, our experience is that parents overwhelmingly support this. it is not a police action. you defend drunk drivers so you'd think that way, but the parent no harm to the kid. >> i defend the constitution so that's the way i'm thinking. >> yeah the constitution says that it's legal. the u.s. supreme court ruled on it twice. jedediah: we're seeing here --
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>> and to turn schools into facilities where kids who need help can get help, and the purpose is -- >> hopefully kids don't need help at 12. jedediah: unfortunately we're out of time but as you can see this is a very divisive debate and someone that's worked in schools i can promise you some parents love the idea and some don't love the idea and this is debated on school grounds. i appreciate both perspectives on this very important issue. these week we are celebrating our nations heros with national hire a veteran day. up next meet the founders of a company that helps our heros thrive in their post-service careers, coming up, next. >> ♪ ♪ through ancestry i learned so much about my grandparents that i never knew. i'm a lawyer now, but i had no idea that my grandfather was a federal judge in guatemala. my grandfather used his legal degree and his knowledge to help people that were voiceless in his country.
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giving you the power to actually lower your cost. unfortunately, it can't do anything about that. now that you know the truth... are you in good hands? jedediah: [laughter] griff: so you do like disney. that's a disney song. pete: it's the sound track of our childhood of our lives, that's aladin. i once sang a solo in choir from the lion king. somewhere it's on tape. jedediah: did you cry about it? because the dad dies don't get me started on that. pete: [singing] griff: disneyworld is the happiest place on earth but there is debate now about
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whether it's happiest when you have kids or when you don't. now, one mom, an angry mom, rant ing. jedediah: very angry. griff: about childless millennials being at the kingdom. pete: so this has gone viral. that's why we're talking about it. jedediah: she has this rant on facebook and she says, "it piss es me off to no end when i see childless couples without children at disney world that is a family amusement park get these immature millennials throw away their money on useless crap they have no idea the jew it brings to their mothers, and people without children need to be banned and. perfect if you are going to disney world not looking for lines, also can't you buy like a fast pass? jedediah: it's a little more expensive to buy that but disney is supposed to be for everybody. i keep saying this, you know, leave the millennials alone. let them have their mickey mouse
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hat and princess crown and visit cinderella and take pictures with mickey mickey mouse which i did by the way and everybody just be merry together. griff: yes and i made the argument theophano wouldn't have put the beer of the world at epc ot if they didn't want to cater to the over 18 or over 21 crap. jedediah: we asked you guys what you think and we got flooded from e-mails. my husband and i went there on our honeymoon back in 1979. disney world is for all ages. well thank you. griff: that's good and this, we all have a child in us. it takes about three visits to see all of the attractions anyway. lighten up, you all. pete: an e-mail from tim said i'm with pete. we took our three kids in 92. they liked the parade the most but we were less than enthusiastic, lines were incredibly long. wasted time, and i've been once, kids probably won't remember it, i'm not going again. jedediah: you're going again because i already told the executive producer next year
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when i can go on the rides you have to go so we can put you on it's a small world. pete: if i can go to epcot and do all of the beer i will. griff: meanwhile rick richmuth is working on his plane ticket right now to go down to disney world. rick: we'll see if jed changes her mind once she has kids. jedediah: never know. rick: i was told disney world, or land be a place just for people with kids, no, non-kid people. >> absolutely not. what about the kids that weren't able to go to disney world with their parents when they were younger. maybe they want that experience now. one disgruntled person shouldn't be able to dictate the ability to ruin the fun for others. rick: man that was the best argument i've heard yet about this. what do you think people only with kids at disney? >> absolutely not. it's lots of fun to go by yourself. i mean because you can do whatever you want to. rick: exactly. i think this lady is completely
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out numbered here on this one. all right, everybody go to disney. in fact pretty good day to go today. take a look at the weather show you what's going on. down across the southwest, disneyland will be a nice day along the coast of anaheim looking good but the southwest heating up again, 111 today in phoenix, 117 in death valley take a look at tomorrow. 120 degrees, hottest place on the planet living up to it right now. across the northeast today the mid atlantic the ohio valley a beautiful looking day maybe a very brief pop-up shower that will not ruin anybody's day just keep an eye to the sky. down across the southeast this is the only other spot we have significant weather across the louisiana coastline with some scattered showers. could be heavier at times guys that's it. everybody goes to disney. pete: you're right rick, live and let live. i'm not down foretelling folks whether they can enjoy it or not jedediah: fast forward to him on the rides in about a year. you heard it here first. i told him he was going to drink a green juice and he did.
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we have to turn to headlines. a girl scout troop rescued after they got caught in a lightning storm on a remote island. rescuers tracking through a minnesota wilderness area to find a group after police sent a plane to help pinpoint their location. two of them were reportedly injured. and a major league baseball shortstop putting off a one in a million play. >> got enough arm, and oh, that's a great play, got him, oh , yeah! jedediah: jp crawford of the seattle mariners twisting his body in mid-air to make this incredible no-look throw to first base and the mariners went on to beat the detroit tigers 3- 2. and a mom buys out an entire shoe store to help people in need. she was at a payless in arkansas taking advantage of their sale when her 9-year-old daughter asked to get a pair of shoes for a classmate who didn't have any. by next day she was taking home
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nearly 1,500 pairs of shoes, all of which will be given away at a back-to-school bash next month and those are your headlines. we'll head over to pete and griff. what are you doing over there? griff: we're having fun with a great company honoring our nations heros with national hire a veteran day this week. pete: we're highlighting a home and commercial services company, that offers franchise ownership and job opportunities to veterans. joining us now are the co- founders of jay dog brands, jerry and tracy. thanks guys for coming back. >> thanks for having us. pete: you have been in the program a bunch of times because you're a veteran-owned company. you were on the show a few years ago and had how many people working for you and what is the number today? >> in 2015 we were here with our hummer with 12 locations around the country. four years later we have 220 active franchises and we have 17 carpet franchises we just sold the last few months. pete: absolutely. griff: so as you were introduced to me you want to tell me how many states are you in?
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>> we're in 32 states. griff: what have you seen as you've been like, you didn't expect this to happen. you were showing us a picture this really just started in your garage. >> it did. what i find very amazing about this is just how the brand is just exploded, and it really means something to the american consumer, they really want to work with veterans and work with the veteran company. pete: what's it like, you hire employees, normally, you don't know what their background is but when you hire a vet, you know you've got basic building blocks what does that mean for your ability to grow your company? >> it's respect, integrity and trust. when you have a veteran you know their work ethic and trained to do you put them in our system it's a perfect match so they are ahead of the game. the veterans that work with us already feel confident that the consumers shake their hands, do their job, achieve their mission it's almost like brotherhood. griff: they got a good work ethic because they are in the military thank you for your service and they taught you guys to cover military a lot and give
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you a purpose and teach you to instill that purpose to stay busy so if someone is watching this right now, jerry, and they want to get busy and maybe get involved how do they do it? >> go to jdog.com and start the process. we have territories available all around the country and they want to hire veterans themselves other vet in rail entitlements want to start businesses to hire veterans we're finding that out. the goal for us is to get the unemployment rate under 1% for veterans and we're on our way. pete: awesome. jdog.com. >> i was going to say we have about 1,000 veterans working across the country. griff: jdogbrands.com. thank you both very much. mr. and mrs. jdog. >> thanks for having us. pete: more fox & friends on the other side, guys. >> ♪ ♪ my experience with usaa has been excellent.
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pete: welcome back well president trump taking on new york city mayor and struggling to say the least presidential candidate bill deblasio, over the recent water dousing attacks on police officers. president trump: probably the worst mayor in the history of new york city, he's done a bad job and now he's running for president and people can't even believe it. he's horrible mayor. the policemen and women cannot stand him. they don't respect him. they don't like him. jedediah: our next guest says these appalling acts are just a reflection of his poor leadership and here to explain is fox news contributor, duroy murdock. welcome. >> good morning. jedediah: so what do you think about mayor deblasio's inaction and president trump calling him out? >> i think it matches across-the-board. we basically have an absentee mayor running for president as you know, he had an event in
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nevada a few weeks back where he had six people showing up so he's busy doing that while the other 8.5 million of us are looking for leadership and you see increases in the homeless people 23% increase on subways, trash everywhere, 74% increase in rat sightings and complaints and then on top of that you have this rhetoric anti-police rhetoric which he's been spewing forward years and even did at the last debate and people are responding to that now, pouring water on cops otherwise assaulting them. griff: and on thursday, deblasio pretty much said that president trump is not welcome in new york. take a listen to this. >> i think donald trump doesn't have a clue about new york city. he has no idea about life in the city. he doesn't understand new york city and when his presidency is over really soon, he will not be welcome back in new york city. [applause] griff: you're shaking your head. because i know people, left, middle and right and nobody likes this mayorment i think in a sense it's a true he's the
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worst mayor we've ever seen. we always got the sense that jenkins was trying and making his best effort and i think he was in over his head. this mayor is just not around, clocked out checked out just not there. pete: talk to us about the culture that exists that allows for these you call them a tax and you're right. attacks on police officers yet they go unanswered. why? how difficult is the job of a police officer these days? >> incredibly difficult. you see these people trying to arrest suspects and they can't do it because they have people throwing water on them and an engaged mayor would have shown up the day after this happened or the day it happened to help police find the perps, and it would have been announced at police headquarters and said this is totally inappropriate and these are people trying to keep us from getting hurt or robbed from or raped and got to be respected certainly not to have water thrown on them or anything worse who knows if it continues with rocks or bullets or something else and he would have been engaged and fought back that's what mayor guiliani would have donald mayor
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bloomberg would have done. this mayor is out looking for votes in the primary. jedediah: why do you think he's quiet on it though the. what's the strategy or does he not have a problem with what's actually going on? >> i just think he's against the cops and part of the far far left viewpoint that cops are the enemy and some of the minorities or something like this is part of the black lives matter-type philosophy. he's sympathetic with it and hopes the people on the far left of the democratic party will appreciate this disengagement in this and actually vote for him in iowa. griff: but is this irresponsible in a sense? it wasn't that long ago that two of our nypd were ambushed and shot. i covered that story and you see this dousing and you wonder how far away are you from having another incident like that and isn't it in some ways, his responsibility to immediately seek out against it? >> it absolutely is his responsibility to stand behind police and other police officers will see this and think well who knows what they will throw on me
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, you saw these officers just walked away. they didn't try to arrest these people or do anything else and that sends a message to other cops that nobody is standing behind them and they are on their own and in a city of 8.5 million people where 2,200 people were killed, we can see crime rates start going back up and that would mean mayhem and potential blood shed. this is deadly serious. we need a mayor focused engaged and right now we don't have that pete: an even more dangerous situation for people that live in dangerous places already, places that need police the most >> this isn't in the posh neighborhoods. griff: thanks for being here. we're diving in deep for shark week, or at least i am, with sharks in studio. jedediah: and animal ambassador from sea world is here with an up close look at some of those sharks, coming up next. pete: and griff. >> ♪ ♪ every day can begin wi. it's a reminder of your struggles with psoriasis.
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pete: welcome back. this morning we're taking a bite out of shark week with our own sharks in studio. jedediah: back to tell us more is an animal ambassador with sea world and busch gardens welcome back. thank you guys. you got me to touch a shark. >> and rick saccone already diving right in. you're touching the shark right over the bamboo shark and do you want to know what a bamboo shark looks like from the very get go. we got him right over here check this out. first of all right down here is a one-week old. he came from being an egg, so we had an embryo in this egg right here, and he'll be hatched in just a few weeks and then if you look here at this egg he's a little more developed and he's ready to hatch. when sharks hatch out of these egg casings they are fully independent, self-sufficient so mom really plays no part in helping them and then we have
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other eggs down here. >> like she lays her eggs and that's it? >> they hatch and they're ready to go and survive on their own. one of the great things about having these animals in our care is that we get eyes on them, we can observe their reproduction and observe when they are hatching and observe their physiology and take all of that knowledge that we gain and apply it to the wild and help conservation partners in the wild based on what we've learned with our sharks in our care. griff: so this little shark is about a week old? how long will it take this shark to get the size of this one in the tank? >> at about, for this species this is a bamboo shark and they are about three years old when they are fully mature but a lot of sharks take much longer than that, so the reproduction with sharks takes a long time, especially with their numbers to rebound some of them don't become mature until about 10 or 20 years old. jedediah: what does this kind of shark eat like this size it's small. >> small little fish, real small little fish and as it gets bigger it eats bigger fish.
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jedediah: oh, wow. rick: the eating of shark soup, us, everybody being afraid of sharks like we need to not be afraid of sharks. >> they have more to be afraid of us because humans are killing 100 million sharks a year which is absolutely terrifying and mostly because of shark fin soup and like with their reproduction being so slow these sharks are not able to rebound and before you know it we're not going to have sharks in our ocean. pete: sea world and busch gardens in orlando, right? check it out. >> yes. we do have big sharks at our aquariums. jedediah: do they look like jaws >> you got to come check them out. griff: corey thank you so much. jedediah: griff is still down there hanging out with the shark s. rick: more fox & friends coming up in just a minute. ♪ ♪ my experience with usaa
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>> ♪ ♪ griff: we're just doing the dance. jedediah: [laughter] griff: and we're petting the shark's tail. pete: have a great saturday, everybody. neil: all right, everyone is fixated on this, the mueller hearings and not so much this, your money and exactly how much they are spending, and the federal debt that is ballooning. the house passing a budget deal that guarantees both and continuing at a record pace, before going out on their summer break so this isn't really a red or blue problem, my friend. try a green one. lots of it going in both parties at fault. to garrett tenney in washington whose been crunching the numbers >> well neil these are big numbers to crunch in this two year budget deal $1.37 trillion spending in the first year alone
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