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of "fox and friends first," thanks for joining us, round 2 of this debate is over. "fox and friends first" continues right now. have a great day. more on the debate from last night and more experts. >> i needed to create a plan responsive to the needs of the american people and understanding that insurance companies have been jacking up the prices, 10 years of transition. >> wonder why it takes 10 years. >> we should finish the job we started with the affordable care act with a public option that gives everybody the chance to pay for their family. >> if you cross the border illegally you should be able to be sent back. it is a crime. >> it looks like one of us have learned the lessons of the past and one of us hasn't.
>> senator harris says she's proud of her record as a prosecutor. there are too many examples to site. then laughed about it if she ever smoked marijuana. >> the terrific impact of climate change, we have to act now. >> what did you mean when you said of the woman works outside the home, the deterioration of family and these are quotes, the title of the op-ed. >> we need to do the opposite of what we are doing now in the opposite of donald trump is an asian man who likes math. >> the first thing i'm going to do as president is clorox the oval office. >> dipping into kool-aid and don't even though the flavor. >> are you ready to say here and now that you oppose a new nafta? should labor be engaged? the answer is yes. >> i consider that a victory. >> i love your affection for me.
♪ bill: another wildlife. around to of the debate. it is thursday, august 1st and you are watching "fox and friends first". august. rob: night 2 is better than night one. thanks for getting up early with us today. jillian: a second heat of democratic debate turning into a rematch between joe biden and rising star of the stage kamala harris. rob: things come to a close in detroit. who stood out and who will
survive to see round 3 coming up in september? jillian: every angle covered with analysis from bernie sanders and your advisor and former reagan immigration official george rodriguez. rob: pete hegseth will have breakfast with friends later in the show. let's start with griff jenkins with the big moments of the night. >> reporter: i will tell you what. joe biden brought in his a game, he knew he would be the main target and everyone on stage, he was sharper and had more energy and did what he had to do but it was the healthcare issue that was so prominent for the two nights that drew some contrast. >> joe biden's campaign, call
your plan, quote, a have it every which way approach, and the computing pattern of equivocating about your healthcare stands. what do you say to that? >> they were confused with what they found. >> when you say you will get something good in 10 years you wonder why it takes 10 years. it will require class taxes to go up, not down. >> the cost of doing nothing. >> reporter: immigration was front and center on the stage and joe biden try some contrast with julian castro who we saw moving so far, here is that exchange. >> you should be able, if you cross the border illegally you should be able to be sent back. it is a crime. >> looks like one of us has learned the lessons from the past and one of us hasn't. >> reporter: you will hear more of that. kamala harris also a target last
night, she did well in the first debate. we saw tulsi gabbard, congresswoman from hawaii emerging, taking harris on over criminal justice. >> senator harris said she's proud of her record as a prosecutor and she will be prosecutor as president but we should be concerned about this record, she put 1500 people in jail for marijuana violations have laughed about it when asked if she ever smoked marijuana. >> i'm proud of making a decision, not just a fancy >> for being a legislative body and give speeches but doing the work. >> people who suffered under your rain as prosecutor, you owe them an apology. >> reporter: speaking of criminal justice senator cory booker had a moment everyone will be talking about all they. watch this. >> you are dipping into the kool-aid and don't even know the flavor. >> reporter: that is a big line. biden did what he needed to do.
the next debates will be in september. we will see if biden can command the lead. the latest fox news poll had him at 33%, going into the debate we will see where he ends up in the coming days and weeks. rob: seems he did better last night. jillian: let's bring in chuck roacha bernie sanders senior advisor, your back around to. thanks for joining us. what is your biggest take away from last night? >> we were all prepared and his team should have been prepared and what we saw happened last night, he was going to get attack from every angle. what we should be looking at is how that will affect these primaries in these early stages. a lot of discussion, had the energy and as such a low bar. i think he takes it out of this because he is so high up in the polls and people looking at him to be the leader, he is the one who supposedly can beat donald trump. it was a bad night for joe biden
because i don't think he responded to all the attacks was it was hard, i give him credit for that, hard to be affected every angle by everybody on stage, literally everybody had their joe biden talking point, everybody had their joe biden sound quick they wanted to get out, some landed better than others but it is nonstop. rob: will he take a drop? a lot of people thought he would have taken a drop by now and he still hasn't, still maintain that solid lead and i think even the you were critical of him last night he distinguished himself as the pragmatic democratic candidate. he stood his ground on a lot of things where the far left is trying to take over. >> when you are that hot i don't think he can go any higher in a primary of 25 people. i think when the primary gets reduced, last night will be a lot more important. the fundraising will tell after that how much of all of those attacks talk to him. did he come across clear in his responses? everybody was coming after him. jillian: i feel like and i heard
this after the fact, the feeling that he was losing steam, can he take the heat long-term? not just tonight in a row. let's take a look at his moments from last night and talk to you on the other side. >> we further support the ability to buy into obamacare. >> not going to have to pay -- >> the future president here that the center is talking about. heather: in his closing remarks he stumbled and said something like visit biden 330, weird numbers and everyone was like -- >> is somebody who has worked with presidential campaigns and gets people ready, really a lot of pressure, the whole world is watching. then you have everybody
attacking you on every angle and you lose focus was the key is being focused on what you're going to say and when the words don't come to you, sometimes the words don't come and they didn't come to the vice president you can look really awkward. the primary voter in iowa will matter the most. rob: let's talk your winners and losers from both nights. you are biased but your overall winner is bernie sanders. >> i worked for bernie sanders but let me make a couple points, bernie sanders was the only person mentioned in both debates and after the debate bernie sanders raise $1.1 million from 70,000 contributions. of that doesn't tell you he won both times. rob: his ideas are the ideas everyone is stealing and using. >> on healthcare specifically last night. you saw bernie sanders mentioned by four candidates on a night -- he was the overall winner.
jillian: your overall loser as we discussed was joe biden. anything you want to mention about joe biden q i want to get your take on how you think kamala harris did, she was touched by a lot of candidates. >> she did good. did she do the best? i think she landed some punches but in some fell flat but for the first time she got attacks, take the tulsi gabbard moment, got attacked and pushed back by the biden moment so i don't think she came out of this on top and standing alone like she did in life debate, polls show where we she will end up and she had a medium performance. rob: she got hit hard on criminal justice stuff. thanks a lot, we appreciate your time. jillian: joe biden gets grilled over the obama administration's deportation and child separation. >> with higher deportation rates resumed. >> looks like one of us is learned the lessons of the past
and one of us hasn't. >> i don't hear an answer from the vice president. >> george rodriguez says biden's in action in congress contributed to the crisis and americans responded in 2016 by electing donald trump. breaking down the policies that got us here. rob: the curtain is closing of the world famous victoria's secret fashion show. ♪ you make me feel like ♪ ♪ cascade platinum does the work for you, prewashing and removing stuck-on foods, the first time. wow, that's clean! cascade platinum. who used expedia to book the vacation rental that led to the ride ♪
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>> i don't hear an answer from the vice president. >> i was vice president, not the president. >> joe biden in the hot seat as other candidates target former vice president over obama era deportations and child separation. jillian: is the obama administration's field immigration policy part of why donald trump was elected? rob: george rodriguez, thanks for coming on this morning. what did you make of the immigration talk from last night's debate? >> they were blaming the united states for the problem of illegal immigration. it is not our fault, not the fault of taxpayers, people want to come to the united states and not therefore they are entering illegally. the situation where they are upset people were deported is insane. that is like being upset because people that are caught committing a crime go to jail.
it shows the insanity of the liberals in the democratic party. >> there's a lot of talk about whether illegal border crossings should be held in camillus of the court. what did you make of that? >> to my opinion it has to be a criminal action that is done. there is nothing wrong with the current immigration system. what is wrong with it is we've made so many exceptions and it is not being enforced. that only encouraged more illegal immigration. we are on track for fiscal 2019, over 1.1 million people to come to the united states illegally and those are folks we counted that are going to come in. rob: you say obama biden policies ushered donald trump into the white house in 2016 but
listening last night joe biden was the only person who said we should be to kick people out of the country when they come in illegally. >> that is what he said. democrats control the house, the senate and the white house two years at least and in that period they didn't do anything to address the issue of illegal immigration. the other problem was border patrol and ice were the 6 children of the administration during those eight years and 2.7 or 2.9 million people were deported, over 7 million people entered the united states illegally, were apprehended and there is a 5 million figure, we don't know what happened to those folks. >> this tweet from donald trump says the cages for kids were built by the obama administration in 2014, he has a policy of child separation, i ended as i realized more
families would come to the border and then take a look at this figure here, 800,000 immigrants deported during the first two years under the obama administration, you can see that number specifically, 762,027. and he was, the porter of -- >> then you have so many folks coming in, it overwhelmed the border patrol, ice, not doing any type of enforcement of the interior, lots of companies hiring illegal folks, they were never investigated. a lot of things were going on that were not happening. that was the biggest problem. as far as i am concerned there's 20 million, 30 million people that should be deported.
they are here illegally. rob: we will see how this develops with joe biden taking the moderate position. we appreciate it. >> fox news alert, usama bin laden's son believed to be dead with a massive al qaeda bombshell asked tulsi gabbard makes a bold claim about the terror group. >> not only have we not gone after al qaeda who are stronger today than they were on 9/11 our president is supporting al qaeda. >> what is the truth about the white house's war on terror? closer look at the pack when we come back. with all day comfort for all day fun... depend® fit-flex underwear features maximum absorbency, ultra soft fabric and new beautiful designs
usama bin laden's son is believed to be dead. in an individual tells fox news the us played a role in killing the emerging al qaeda leader. rob: aishah hasnie joins us with what we know about this operation and how the white house is responding. >> reporter: donald trump was asked about this yesterday but would not confirm or deny the report. he was thought to be 30 years old and the emerging as a leader within al qaeda as recently as february, the state department offered a one million-dollar reward for information leading to him. the us official confirming to fox news the son of the 9/11 mastermind is believed to be dead and the us played a role in his death. hours later 2020 candidate and veteran tulsi gabbard used the democratic debate stage to accuse the president of supporting the terrorist network. >> the problem is the president
is continuing to betray us. he is supposed to be going after al qaeda but over years now not only have we not gone after al qaeda which is stronger today than they were on 9/11, our president is supporting al qaeda. >> reporter: gabbard elaborated that the president's alliance with saudi arabia is providing direct support to al qaeda but the numbers show the terrorist network lost some territory. the islamic state emerged out of al qaeda in iraq after the us led invasion in 2003. at one point ice is controlled 35,000 mi. from syria to eastern iraq. with every passing year the number dropped. by march 2019 isis's end to the caliphate. details of how or where hamza died is still a mystery. rob: the father accused of leaving his twins to die in a hot car is due in court today.
juan rodriguez, an iraq war veteran said he thought he brought them to daycare before he went over to his 8 hour shift at a va medical center in new york. he has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and child endangerment charges. those twins will be laid to rest tomorrow. jillian: such a tragic story. the navy secretary will pull middle given to the prosecutors in a gallagher's case, donald trump ordering the move tweeting in part the prosecutors who lost the case against seal eddie gallagher were ridiculously given a navy achievement medal. not only did they lose the case that they had difficulty with respect to information that may have been obtained from opposing lawyers and giving immunity and a totally incompetent fashion. four navy attorneys received the honor just days after gallagher was acquitted of murdering isis prisoner in 2017.
rob: donald trump and mike pence heading to cincinnati, thousands expected to hear them speak at a keep america great rally tonight. jillian: donald trump won law swing state by 8% in the 2016 election. it is 26 after the hour. the trump campaign declaring victory after hearing two nights of economic platforms like this. >> any subsidy for coal or any fossil fuel. >> why not invest in green jobs? that is what the green new deal is about. jillian: donald from flip the rustbelt one so do the dems have a chance of reaching the american worker? rob: if they focus on the right issues they could have a chance, we will talk about that coming up. f the other hundreds of john smiths that are humana medicare advantage members. no, it's this john smith, who met with humana
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>> looks like one of us have learned the lessons from the past and one of us have. >> senator harris is proud of her record as a prosecutor, over 1500 people in jail for marijuana violations and laughed about it when asked if she ever smoked marijuana. >> these first ten terrific impact of climate change on americans, we have to act now. >> what did you mean when you said when a woman works outside the home it is resulting in deterioration of family and -- these are quotes. >> the will of the op-ed. >> we need to do the opposite of what we are doing now in the opposite of donald trump is an asian man who likes math. >> the first thing i'm going to do when i am president is clorox the oval office. >> i insist labor is engaged. >> i consider that a victory. >> i love your affection for me. >> dipping into kool-aid and don't even know the flavor.
rob: the highlight reel, second round of democratic debates turning into a rematch between joe biden and kamala harris. >> the clause came out in a fight for survival for many of the 2020 hopefuls. >> our political panel is on deck -- >> the viral moments, many of them to discuss but we start with pete hegseth live in roosevelt, michigan with top take aways. what have you got? >> the biggest takeaways what voters think. the field versus joe biden, did better than he did last time but seems he lost the step a little
bit, easy to interrupt, not ready for every angle coming at him, what warren and sanders had going in the debate yesterday or two days ago was they had someone to play off of at every turn, joe biden was getting questions. i don't have a lot of love for the proposals made from this stage but he drops down into the pack, joe biden is a member of the field as opposed to the prohibitive front runner and the next few debates when you have elizabeth warren and bernie sanders on that stage with joe biden and you add in cory booker and kamala harris was okay and an interesting mix and it is clear everyone is going after joe biden. >> the first night kamala harris was one of the ones who came out
on top and surprised a lot of people. it seems all the other candidates were geared up for her last night and a lot were taking shots. >> they were. with the exchange with tulsi gabbard, she tried to pivot back to biden, she's trying to shoot up feel like the gap needs to be closed but was not fully prepared for that and she just introduced her medicare for all plan so with that being the first topic she attempted to look like she knew every angle of it but still came off as a little rough, trying to go up against joe biden. rob: it kind of makes everybody mad because it does eventually take away private insurance but also at the same time leaves it in place for 10 years and doesn't implement immediately.
everybody had a way to attack that plan. >> very well said and ultimately they found a way to attack joe biden's plan saying he doesn't cover everybody, 10 million people are not covered and that is indicative of kamala harris, she tried to have her cake and eat it too. also a pragmatist who is willing to work, not quite as far, not a pull on socialist. you saw the attack on joe biden trying to support barack obama when it was convenient but not when it didn't work so well. i don't think anyone came away a clean winner, maybe cory booker. you see people dropping out and all the top-tier candidates on the same stage which i think the real fireworks will start. >> curious to hear what the voters think and people out there, you will be out there all morning.
rob: democrats taking direct aim at the coal industry and the thousands of jobs that come with it. >> end any subsidy, or any fossil fuel. >> why not invest in the green jobs? that is what the green new deal is about. >> the president won crucial rust belt states in 2016 like michigan, pennsylvania, wisconsin. are those voters still out of reach for democrats in 2020? with this kind of rhetoric? here to debate that is robert but to low and -- ronald i want to start with you. not just coal we are talking about but anybody that makes cars, the democrats don't want any emissions.
these are critical states they need to win in the rustbelt. is this the best way to do that? >> it is not an assault on cars, what it is, understanding of the realities we are lagging behind china and other countries when it comes to green energy was we are not going to be burning:hundred years to power our nation's power and civilization. we need to start the transition process right now. we are running electric cars by 2030 because detroit is shutting down production on fossil fuel, gas powered vehicles, so a mandate for cars being produced in america to create more jobs and we need to articulate but as we transition from coarsened carriage we are transitioning from oil to electric energy and that is the wave of the future. that is where job growth will happen. in the last 5 years we've seen green energy jobs outstrip fossil fuel job so all they are doing, exactly where job come in the future.
>> when we talk about these critical states people don't like to hear that jobs are disappearing. people say that is how hillary lost 2016. >> the whole reason donald trump won is because he stood up for people who felt they weren't being represented by the democrats in this is going to be a repeat. you would think that the democrats would have learned something but obviously not only have they not learned but they are having to explain their position and when you have to explain your position this means people are not getting it, they don't understand why you are saying this or what your policies are really representing and that is not good because it needs to be more of a simple message, trump had a simple message, one of the reasons why, he wasn't a politician. now this same thing is going into play and these are the
states that play. rob: after watching the debate, goodbye pennsylvania, goodbye auto industry, goodbye midwest. another win for donald trump. they are feeling positive after hearing that rhetoric and here are those critical states, the big four that really a lot of people's opinions won the election, wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, three huge lips and ohio is a swing state anyway, by 8%. when you talk about climate change and it is a very important topic for a lot of people but is it important enough to talk this way going into such an important election? >> the discussion on climate change as opposed to being a discussion on jobs is where you get lost, we turn into one of these people his not discussing the impact on jobs for the american people. we have to have a new economic
boom based on production of wind, solar and electric energy. we are going to have an economic boom based on electric cars, charging stations around the country, we have to talk about -- donald trump won by 70,000 votes in pennsylvania, michigan, wisconsin combined, that is within the margin of error, unlike hillary clinton, who campaigned in the last 30 days of the election. a slamdunk going into 2020. >> we appreciate your time this morning. jillian: battling belows and big issues involve lots of fireworks in detroit last night. >> obamacare is working. >> the president is a racist. >> marijuana violations and laughed about it when asked if she ever smoked marijuana. >> who came out on top and who missed the mark? lee carter is dialing the debate. when we come back.
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>> even more fireworks from the second night of democratic debates. to make their pitch to voters. you to break down the top moments is lee carter. thanks for joining us. there were a number of moments we can talk about, let's talk about healthcare. this took up the first hour of the debate. >> biden's campaign calls it a habit every which way approach. >> we need to be honest about what is in this plan. it bans employer-based insurance, attaching the middle-class to $30 trillion. >> obamacare is working, to
build on obamacare. >> your plan will keep and allow insurance companies to remain the status quo. >> this was fascinating. democrats only gave this healthcare thing. they presently gave -- what i find really engaging. and joe biden said obamacare was working. they had to think about it that is the best they did. and got picked apart. >> we live in a world of immediacy so hard for people to envision 10 years from now. race relations, listen to what the candidates had to say.
>> the president is a racist. >> i can talk to those white women in the suburbs who voted for trump and explain what white privilege actually is. >> he put 1500 people in jail for marijuana violations and laughed about it when asked if she smoked marijuana. >> when asked about these issues. barack obama knew where i was. you are dipping into kool-aid and don't know the flavor. >> democrats overall, the race card, independents to see, republicans in have. no surprises with those grades. >> no surprises. it is important democrats pay attention to the empty pendant line. they need those independents to win in 2020 if that is what they want to do. the race card is so polarizing it is not reach searching those folks that is turning off a lot of people. considering both sides as a result of it, it is not going to make people change their minds. >> one of the many things trending on twitter is hashtag
kamala harris destroyed. this is one of those reasons why. >> he put 1500 people in jail for marijuana violations and laughed about it when asked if she smoked marijuana. she blocked evidence that would have freed an innocent man from death row until the courts forced her to do so. >> i'm proud of making a decision not just to give fancy speeches are being a legislative body and give speeches on the floor but doing the work. >> people who suffered under your rain as prosecutor, you owe them an apology. >> she was cooling her. the attack worked, what you saw, but flat line, kamala harris talking, it had an impact, she was the front runner. she was flatlined there and independents and republicans turned off. she did get sold. harris is the loser from last night. he did not perform as people
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rob: north korea claiming it used a new rocket launcher in its missile test, the second and less then a week, they hope to strike target that us military bases in south korea. hamza the new launcher will create an inescapable distress to enemies, one of his own soldiers defects to south korea and overnight the unidentified troop was detained after getting caught crossing the dmz. >> newly resurfaced a video from a congressional hearing 20 years ago shows elijah cummings using harsh words describing his own hometown, donald trump's camp tweeting it out. >> this morning i left my community of baltimore a drug infested area where a lot of the drugs we are talking about today have already taken the lives of so many children. the same children that i watched
14 or 15 years ago as they grew up now walking around like zombies. jillian: republicans point out the double standard after they accuse donald trump of being racist for calling baltimore rat infested. the heated duel between bernie sanders and tim ryan spilling over from the second democratic debate. >> medicare for all comprehensive, covers all healthcare needs, for senior citizens it will include dental care. second of all, i wrote the damn bill. >> after ryan challenged him on medicare for all. referencing their squabbles over pollution from fossil fuels.
rob: watched that all day. one of the biggest fashion shows of the year. victoria's secret angel revealing in an interview unfortunately the victoria's secret show won't be happening this year but in the future something will happen which i'm pretty sure about. jillian: ratings for the annual fashion show have been dropping for years. victoria's secret has not confirmed. jillian: just weeks after their first debate stage class joe biden makes an appeal to kamala harris heading into round 2. the kid gloves came off. >> the top trending moment coming up.
rob: it was sweet. carley: a rocky start for joe biden who was criticized out of the gate, some people called it condescending. kamala harris's press secretary jumping on this moment simply tweeting kid. check out this tweet saying incredibly disrespectful to her. she is no kid but an intelligent and accomplished woman, jill siding with you saying it is a term of endearment in his world, let's it go. after the debate kamala harris and she didn't have a problem with that remark. >> all those things i hate. we don't have much time but i learned something new. look at this. >> why did you announce a 0-tolerance policy of stop and frisk and hire rudy giuliani? >> dipping into the kool-aid and don't know the flavor.
>> kool-aid responded with this, we know the waiver. i love when brands get involved in this stuff and respond. rob: kirsten gillibrand had her scripted i'm cool moment as well. >> first thing i'm going to do when i am president is clorox the oval office. the second thing i am going to do is i will reengage on global climate change. >> clorox did not respond but a lot of people were talking about how it is interesting she talked about clorox and climate change in the same sentence because bleach according to some people is bad for the environment.
jillian: dipping into the kool-aid means getting into something you don't know about. rob: they spent so long with advisers thinking about these moments. >> then they do go viral. >> it was andrew yang who said we are here with makeup, everyone has those scripted moments. have a good day. >> in accurate in what you are describing. >> the plan was banning employer-based insurance. >> don't understand why democrats on a stage are fear mongering about universal healthcare. >> don't know what matthew do but i will tell you that is a lot of money. >> i believe we in the united states congress should start impeachment proceedings immediately. >> not only have we not gone after al qaeda they are stronger today than they were on 9/11. our president is supporting al qaeda.