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♪ than anyone else in the country. -- viewers. ♪ check out my new pod cast. because the future only happens with people shannon bream and fox news @ night take it all from here. who really know how to deliver it. have a great weekend. >> shannon: welcome to fox news @ night. i am shannon bream in washington. we begin with the fox alert. president trump said the rapper asap rocky is on his way home. why did the president make this case a priority? and cory booker's presidential campaign clashing with the "washington post" after the fact checker busted one of his >> shannon: a bitter divorce battle takes a deadly turn in boldest statements. who is saying give me a break? michigan. a man was caught on camera by an incredible story from one of his ex-wife poisoning her cup of coffee and other drinks. the stars from "duck dynasty" to
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tonight prosecutors call his sentence a slap in the face. share to help recovering opioid jonathan hunt has more. >> good evening. addicts. the latest from the white house on asap rocky and why the brian brewed a dark roast that president got so involved. should have been grounds for a >> after weeks of pressure from long prison sentence. instead he got 60 days jail time president trump and the move of and will be allowed to serve the involving his envoy of hostages. asap rocky is out of a swedish time on weekends. what he was serveing to his wife prison and may be on the way was poisoned coffee. home. president trump is celebrating designed not to wake her up but the release of the rapper who to put her to sleep. was on trial for assaulting in one instance just before she got into her car. someone. president trump came involved after many african-americans >> there was at morning rush hour. computers were honking at me to begged him to help. warn me i was about to hit the a former member is begging him wall. >> she was suspicious about what her husband was brewing and mounted a security camera with a to stay out of another case. direct view of the family coffee a bugular tried to break into cummings home in baltimore. pot. >> he poureded himself a cup of
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the president said, really bad news. the baltimore house of cummings coffee and took a blue substance was robbed. and put it in the pot. too bad. >> that was powerful sleepdose. his former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley called the attempted murder according to tweet unnecessary. president trump tried to clean her although the official charge it up as he was leaving the was poisoning. white house. >> i know his house was robbed. the judge said brian was under i thought that was too bad. psychiatric care and had a sense that was not meant to be a wise of remorse. hence the 60 days weekends only guy. sentenced. relations are front and for n prosecutors were outraged saying you should not be able to commit a 15 year felony by poisoning doing more to get rid of the someone and only have to serve weekends. white police officers involved two months before the poisoning, the wife had filed for divorce. in the choke hold death of eric brian is now officially her garner. and de blasio faced the same ex-husband and she now makes her chance to fire an officer today after a judge recommended that own coffee. >> shannon: thank you very much. the officer be removed from the california authorities are still
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searching for a missing california mother of three who force. garner's mother blamed de blasio vanished two weeks ago after saying: at that press conference mayor claims he was released too early de blasio said, i hope this will bring the garner people a sense from the hospital after breaking of closure and the beginning of her collarbone. >> the mother said it's unlike peace. another 2020 contender kamala heather not to contact anyone harris is doing damage control and the married 33-year-old mother of 3 would never leave after gabbard attacked her over her children. she was discharged from the her record as california's hospital for a collarbone injury attorney general and just 2 when she went missing. hours ago gabbard's campaign announced she qualified to be on according to the sheriff's office she was last seen on july stage in the next debate in 16th. authorities are not providing september. >> shannon: that line of attack details. her home was served but unclear against kamala harris helped. if clues were found. >> and the two of them will be a vigil was found last night to on the debate stage again. bring attention to her disappearance in california, 2 >> shannon: tonight a "washington post" fast checker miles east of sacramento. water's mother said her family
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called out senator cory booker. is heart broken and the children giving him 4 pinnochios. were too emotional to attend the >> we lost the state of michigan because everybody from vigil. republicans to u.russians were she is sleep deprived and scared. >> i feel like dying. fighting it. [crying]. >> shannon: host of the jessie >> waters drive a black infinity kelly show. welcome to you both. coup that no one has seen. a lot looking into this. one of our family friends on fox the car has pink markers and 2 news said this. pink ribbon stickers on the back cory booker blaming the 2016 window and a pink gas gap. michigan loss on suppression no searchers have been organized instead of not wanting to vote for hillary clinton. >> my take is the democratic party is have to campaign on that. to search. they are confused about getting >> shannon: a joke not funny voters back.
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it's like handing bernie sanders a comey. when internet trolls listed ad a they don't know what to do. >> shannon: -- his hair is looking for distinguished. mansion as a homeless shelter. this came from the "washington post." 66 people were turned away. he had sold the house and the 66.6% of african-americans voted in 2012 bringing their turnout new owners are dealing with the out ahead of white voters for homeless issue and google removed the listing. the first time. san francisco airport preparing in 2016 african-american turnout to ban single use water bottles declined while white voter republicans kept people from turning out to vote for good from all airports. change comes after a 2014 city turnout rose. fact checker and it is not ordinance banning the sale of fakes. -- fake news. i hope we stick with that. plastic water bottles on city property. the mueller commission and the governor limiting full pompeo and donald trump admitted contact football practices for that russia meddled in our youth to limit brain injuries. election and they were meant to drive down turnout. these are things we used to not no full contract drills during deny until it became a partisan the on and off showers and thunderstorms. -- the off-season. talking point.
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>> shannon: to rolling stone. portland police are bracing for under the article titled please more attacks after a journalists stop thinking this will be a was attacked byantsant. -- by antifa. fair election. election security was a a steer ran into a store but the paramount issue for black and cowboys lassoed the longhorn. brown voters and should be for just another day in america's everyone planing to go to the polls in 2020? wild west. president trump's pick for a top >> well, why is it voter intelligence role is out. suppression to ask somebody for >> i give out a name to the press and they vet for me. we save a lot of money that way. an ied? you have to show id to buy beer. >> shannon: we will weigh in live next. this party is lost without a message. they are not reaching out to middle america. they need to go after middle ♪ america like kamala harris going applebee's all you can eat is back. after pot smokers. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood. >> shannon: not anymore, though. it was part of the dust up between her and gabbard on the
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stage. do you think voter i.d. laws will you categorize that as a voter suppression? >> i would and standing in the way of reenfrancing felons in florida that's voter suppression. what happened in georgia where polling places were not given ballots in black areas and booths were sent without the cords to turn them on. >> yes, it's shocking to me the democrats need felons and illegal immigrants to win elections. >> shannon: i don't think you two are hanging out this weekend. we appreciate your viewpoints. former vice-president joe biden is reigniting the war on coal as miners in kentucky express frustration.
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>> my little boy, he needs more than what i do. >> he is among coal miners who have been laid-off are and what sore muscles? what with advpounding head? .. demanding back pay after the company declared bankruptcy. advil is... relief that's fast. strength that lasts. democrats added to his dispair. what pain? with advil. >> any place for fossile in the biden administration? >> no, we would work it out. we would make sure it's eliminated. >> the phase out of fossil fuels would fadeout. hillary clinton said her greatest misstep in 2016 was threatening to put miners out of work. there was a tweet that said bye-bye coal. they are done with you.
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how do you feel about that pennsylvania? coal miners are still hurting. it's not democrats or republicans but fraccing that is the undoing. >> last year the united states was the largest producer of oil in the world. >> coal production declined since 2020. -- 2010. most democrats believe the shifts to wind and solar will produce new economic benefits. another democrat believes the new green deal is fantasy. >> you might as well as fed-ex the election to donald trump. >> fossil fuel is the cheapest form ever energy and asia and
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india also than. >> shannon: the north american defense command intercepted 2 planes for flying in no-fly knowns s is in new jersey as t president is there. they used fighter jets and both incidents concluded with no other problems. [loud music playing]. [inaudible]. live next. great riches will find you when liberty mutual customizes your car insurance, >> ♪ >> shannon: north korea so you only pay for what you need. said kim jong-un supervised wow. thanks, zoltar. how can i ever repay you? another test firing. maybe you could free zoltar? south korea said north korea fired its 3rd round of weapons test in over a week.
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president trump tweeted the thanks, lady. taxi! tests are not a violation of the only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ agreement kim jong-un signed in singapore. a cold war era arms control treaty with russia is a thing of the past and president trump is (vo) vfundraising. trying to find a replacement for the director of national giving back. intelligence. >> on sunday president trump put subaru and our retailers have given over out the news that john ratcliffe one hundred and sixty-five million dollars to charity. was his pick to lead director of we call it our love promise. national intelligence. and it's why you don't even have to own a subaru he is out before a confirmation to love a subaru retailer. hearing was on the brooks. love. it's what makes subaru, subaru the president in new jersey will narrow down a new pick. the president was impressed with congressman's ratcliffe combative tile of questioning of robert mueller last week. email inboxes were flooded from angry statements from democrats on capitol hill. this is not the first time an
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official with drew before a confirmation vote. >> your opponent is the vetting process. i give out a name to the press and they vet for me. we save a lot of money. in the case of john i believe he was treated very unfairly. >> the president making a case that journalists helped him vet candidates but he is blaming them for treating rpick this we. whoever takes it will be in charge of 17 intelligence my teeth have been feeling really sensitive lately. agencies who are watching the well 80% of sensitivity starts at the gum line, u.s. withdraw from the treaty so treat sensitivity at the source. from russia signed in 1987. new crest gum and sensitivity starts treating sensitivity immediately, it puts limits on ground-based at the gum line, for relief within days and wraps your teeth in sensitivity protection. missiles. the defense secretary said the crest. withdrawal means progress. a cockroach can survive heresubmerged ttle guy. underwater for 30 minutes. he said now that we have wow. yeah. withdrawn the department of
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defense will pursue the development of ground launch not getting in today. missiles as a response to terminix. defenders of home. russia's actions. they said china was a main you should be mad that this is your daily commute. reason to leave that agreement. if china had signed the treaty you should be mad at people who forget they're in public. 95% of his missiles would be in and you should be mad at simple things violation of that agreement. that are unnecessarily complicated. the chinese government won't but you're not mad, because you're trading with e*trade, discuss specifics of its which isn't complicated. missiles program. north korea launches 3 missiles their app makes trading quick and president trump played down and simple so you can strike when the time is right. those launches on twitter. don't get mad, get e*trade and start trading today. >> shannon: thank you. president trump going back to the drawing board tonight in the search for a nominee to filnl that spot. great to have both of you
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tonight. this nomination process. you know what this is like. you know what the media and the opposing party is like. the president said his nominee was not treated fairly. >> well, here's the thing. anybody nominated for anything, there will all be some little thing. an overdue library card from 12th grade. something can be made into a scandal. that's probably what happened in this in this case. because of the hyperpartisan environment president trump's nominees face enormous blowback from the democrats. i think they will regret the day >> ♪ they didn't confirm congressman >> shannon: this is fox news alert. tonight for the first time a ratcliffe. if the house goes with majority of house democrats support impeaching the president impeachment hearings ratcliffe would be more effective in or opening an impeachment
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defending trump. inquiry. the california democrat putting >> shannon: yes, as a member of them over the top late tonight. congress. let's talk about afghanistan. in a statement he said most here's what the president said importantly he learned that our today about getting troops ready to come home. nation's commander-in-chief >> we have been there for 19 years. encouraged his staff to lie and we are serving as policemen. we could win afghanistan in 2 or engaged in obstruction on at least 10 occasions. 3 days if we wanted. the house democrats are far i am not looking to kill 10 short of the 218 house votes million people. needed to support an impeachment >> shannon: one of his best resolution and speaker nancy buddies lindsey graham said pelosi is giving no indication there is no possibility to leave she will change her cautious afghanistan out severe risk to strategy on impeachment. the homeland. a "washington post" op-ed said that would deny our ability to protect the u.s. and its allies. the house judiciary chairman what do you say? looks like the long-time inbum >> i think is a case where politics overshadows strategy. bent whom alexandria ocasio-cortez defeated than a recruit for the squad. i am not advocating for doing a progressive hoping to unseat anything with troops in afghanistan without
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nadler boy len and brad blake understanding strategy. it was a smart political moves. gabbard won't have much to run man. i want to play something from chris matthews. on if trump takes all of the what he said about where he troops out of afghanistan. thinks this is going or not. the issue still is: >> these three factors, the lack what are the answers to these questions of why do we have of overwhelming support in the troops in afghanistan? what can we accomplish with less democratic calkous and the troops there? are we safer tomorrow with 9,000 approach of a presidential year less troops? why are we. and the absence of a chairman >> those are questions after 19 years of war the public needs to makes the impeachment not only know. if gathering intelligence will unlikely but dead. >> shannon: that's the primary keep us safe i am all for it. reason you are running? >> that's not the primary issue. afghanistan has a neighbor but we have to deal with it pakistan who has a trusted first. we don't have a white house and a president that can be trusted. interest in their sovereignty. we can't trust the taliban. for everything in the mueller report and volume ii the this is not an advancement president obstructed justice. it happened before that.
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iner continues to tragedy. -- strategy. it's a withdrawal strategy. lie and any number of things >> i think this is all crazy. would not fly. we went in afghanistan to kill we are in extraordinary times. the people who killed our >> shannon: you think chairman people. within 3 months we had chased nadler hasn't been tough enough on the president? >> i think we need to hold the al-qaeda through the mountains. instead of going after the president accountable through an remaining 300 rag-tag groups of impeachment process. i called for it months ago. al-qaeda and following them into >> shannon: how does that play afghanistan and pakistan and for the democrats with a year finishing them off. and a half to election day? we said to pakistan here's $2 billion you still with it. >> they will lose badly. we will stick around afghanistan democrats said they trusted and donation building -- mueller and would abide by his decision. the decision says there is no do nation building. it's a disaster. collusion and no obstruction of we could have given every afghan, man, woman and child justice. they are not bound by the mueller report but that was the road map, 2 years and million $25,000. they would probably much rather have $25,000. dollars spent and the democrats the first time i went to
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have not acted since the mueller report came out. afghanistan, the afghans would let's use common sense. raise their hands up and say, assuming that the president did all of these bad things, you have the watches but we have violating the constitution and the time. abused his privileges as in other words, we will wait you president, would you make the out. we know eventually you will summer off and let this leave. president continue in office or >> shannon: this president burn the midnight oil to make campaigned on bringing our men and women home. sure he was removed? we will see. democratsor vacation. they will come back in september have a great weekend. when they know the presidential >> shannon: a woman willing to election season starts. they will try to bring it up go to jail to protect the cat again. it's a loser. there is no probably cause to she stole. our legal eagles argue. believe that the president you are the jury. you decide. committed these crimes and no evidence. >> shannon: they are on recess memory support brand. for several weeks. you can find it in the vitamin aisle in stores everywhere. do you think they are not taking this seriously enough? prevagen. healthier brain. better life. >> i don't think there is a more important issue. i agree that people should focus on this. i don't agree there was no
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obstruction of justice. volume ii of the mueller report deals with at least ten instances where the president had a direct hand -- >> that's not true. there is no conclusion. mueller left it up to the justice department. and the attorney general and the deputy attorney general closed that book. if congress wants to act independently they have the right to do that. but they haven't done it. >> that's not what mueller said. he said it's up to congress to act. >> shannon: why aren't they? are some threads starting to you don't really talk about your insurance come together? unless you're complaining about it. if they were serious about this, they would not go away for 6 you go on about how... ...it's so confusing it hurts my brain. ya i hear ya... weeks. >> i think there is a lot of or say you can't believe... ...how much of a hassle it is! cynicism and politics at hand. and tell anyone who'll listen... (garbled)....it's so expensive! that's not where we should make she said it's so expensive. tell me about it. yes.. well i'm telling the people at home. a decision from. that's why esurance is making the whole experience we should make a decision best surprisingly painless. for the country. so, you never have to talk about it, unless you're their spokesperson. high crimes and misdemeanors
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seems far away. esurance. it's surprisingly painless. >> it's in the constitution. >> of course it is. but you are talking about public trust. it's a basic thing and this president lost it of his own accord. >> shannon: you have another 100 house members to get the numbers where they need to be. williams wrote if you tell voters who opposes free college for rich kids or think border jumping should remain a crime is really a republican, the whole electoral map will turn red. a lot of folks say they want democrats to talk about impeachment and it benefits them in 2020. is that over-confident? >> it's foolish and it hurts our democracy. they are using the constitution as a sword to impale a political
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enemy as opposed to a shield to guard us from abuse. you can't hate this president out of office. you have to stand for something. what they are standing more the american people don't want or need. >> shannon: we shall see. thank you, both. >>♪. >> shannon: where in the world begins in columbia. a migrant was discovered singing. he could not afford a bus ticket. now he has a chance to record in mexico if he can get through mexico's immigration system. an unusual ceremony with thailand's already married king giving his girlfriend the title
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of royal nobel cons or the. -- conort. his wife looking on. and new british prime minister closing out his first week with the inception of a rain damaged dam. he said it looks daunt but >> shannon: a nanny admits she stable. that's how they are describing stole her employer's cat after his leadership ahead of the they were going to euthanised. the owners admit that but want brexit deadline in october. the cat back. the nanny is willing to go to he poisoned his wife and jail to protect the 15-year-old sentenced to 60 days in jail and feline. only serving it on weekend. she is facing larceny. is that enough? the story is next. drive safely.. . tonight's legal eagles. with drivewise. it lets you know when you go too fast... thanks for joining us. ...and brake too hard. we will start with exhibit-a. with feedback to help you drive safer. the cat kidnapper rebecca. giving you the power to actually lower your cost. >> the day i took him, she said
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unfortunately, it can't do anything about that. he is going to be put down. say good-bye to him. i left a note on the counter and now that you know the truth... said i am sorry i can't let you are you in good hands? do this. i know he is not sick. >> shannon: she is in trouble now. >> welcome to kitty moral stand the right thing and would probably be acquitted and have a ticker tape parade for saving priceline will partner this count. with even more vegas hotels but we have laws. to turn their unsold rooms into amazing deals. delegates, how do you vote? (cheering) ♪ yes, y-y-y-yes, yes... that's petty that is freaky. (applause) and the other part that hurts it is legal to put down a cat if the cat is ill or sick. i have a suggestion to solve the problem. let's have the national humane society step in and file an application for an injunction. have this cat under go a physical to make sure the cat is sick or ill.
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>> shannon: exhibit-b. rebecca spent $1,000 for the fees on the cat. she said the owners will pay her we carry flowers that signifyn why we want to end the disease. back. she got a text message that said bring him back or i will call and we walk so that one day, there will be a white flower for alzheimer's first survivor. the police and they did. she stole the cat. she admits it. join the fight at alz.org/walk. >> this is not a court fight. it's a cat fight. i can't believe that these people called the police over what amounts to abandoned property. they said they were going to have the cat killed. she took the cat that was put out as trash. and my side super soft? be firm? that's legal and it's not with the sleep number 360 smart bed you can both... larceny under any law. >> shannon: she is willing to go adjust your comfort with your sleep number setting. so, can it help us fall asleep faster? to jail and sleep with cock yes, by gently warming your feet. roaches because this animal has but can it help keep me asleep? absolutely, it intelligently senses your a right to life. movements and automatically adjusts to keep you both effortlessly comfortable. >> well, it's crazy she is will it help me keep up with him? yup. so, you can really promise better sleep? willing to do that.
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i think morally she has done the not promise... prove. and now, save up to $600 on select right thing. i am a pet lover, but we need to sleep number 360 smart beds. plus no interest until january 2022 on all smart beds. find out is this cat really ill? only for a limited time. it really sick? if it isn't the cat should not be euthanized and she should not be charged with a crime. >> you can't steal what somebody already abandoned. that's the case in this circumstance. she should not be prosecuted. >> shannon: she will follow the case. thank you both very much. every at home you are the jury. use the # night court and tell us how you would come down on this kitty caper. stay tuned for our midnight hero one of the stars of "duck every day, visionaries are creating the future. ♪ dynasty" stepping forward to help women in need. used liver d. so, every day, we put our latest technology vo: epclusa treats all main types of chronic hep c. and unrivaled network to work. vo: whatever your type, ask your doctor if epclusa is your kind of cure. woman 2: i had the common type.
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liberty mutual customizes your car insurance, hmm. exactly. so you only pay for what you need. 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 ♪ ♪ >> shannon: rushing water and frantic screams for help, that was the scene of this dramatic water rescue in iowa paired police say a couple went over a,
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that caused the raft to capsize. but he cam footage knowing the moments when a good samaritan and several officers got those folks to safety. once the couple was rescued, they dried off and went right back to work. to that brave civilian and the police officers who stepped in and risked their own lives to save that couple in trouble, you all are tonight's "midnight hero." another new story wanted to share with you, missy robertson, a member of the famed "duck dynasty" program, a company that gives them a place of acceptance that i caught up with missy earlier. joining me now, missy robertson. great to have you with us. >> thank you so much for having me. >> shannon: when i heard the mission of what you are doing with this company, i had to get some earrings myself. you have so many cute pair. i don't think these are available anymore. my understanding is you did not want to start this, but you are
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doing it now, and it has such a good purpose behind it. >> with everything that happened to our family, the robertson family, with "duck dynasty" and all of that. god puts things in our path, and sometimes we regret them god kept prodding at me, and it was a blessing, because of the women that actually make the jewelry. they needed a second chance, and i was in a position to give them out. >> shannon: tell me about some of these women, what they are coming through and what you hope to bring them through. >> everyone of them -- and this is not by my choice, but those who have been sent, basically, by god, on that path -- have been overcoming -- i say overcoming because some are still struggling with drug abuse. and coming out of the lifestyle that that entails. which is clean living. which is a cycle of function for them and their children. it takes away their innovations
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and tells them they have value, skill, and they go home and feel better about themselves where they don't need that drinker that pill, and they can love on their children even better. >> shannon: do you see that these women can bring joy to people? >> it is so funny how god works. i hired them to make the jewelry, but now there designing every piece, marketing, everything that makes a company work and roll, they are doing. i'm just in the face, really. if they are doing all of the work. and it is successful for them, and it is also successful for our company, as well, so they get benefit. i did that. it's not a charity. some people say, how can i help? where can i donate? and that is not what it is.
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when people say, i love what you are doing, how can i help? i say, buy the jewelry. >> shannon: listen, when i found out i can help by shopping, i thought this was the thing for me. it is so beautiful, the whole story, and these women's lives change, your willingness to do it. thank you so much for joining us to talk about it. >> thank you for having me. >> shannon: we had a more in-depth conversation on my podcast, "living the brain," as she talks about the company coming together and how she decided to turn over the whole company to recovering addicts who are running program. everything the company makes goes back into the company, her goal is to help more women who find themselves in a situation like this, where they need a hand to try to recover through difficult circumstances. podcast coming out soon. in the meantime, most-watched, most trusted, most grateful you spend your friday evening with us. good night from washington, i'm shannon bream. ♪ ♪
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>> tucker: good evening, welcome to a special inside the issues addition of "tucker carlson tonight." for 2 1/2 years, you may have noticed, official washington has cracked down hard on even minor violations of the law. roger stone, for example, faces a life ending felony trial because he apparently couldn't remember details from a totally irrelevant email exchange he once had paired paul manafort, meanwhile, will die behind bars in part because he didn't file t paperwork, with ukraine pit if you're involved in politics in washington, suddenly there is not a lot of room for error -- unless you happen to be jim comey. if
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