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all the time we have tonight. we have more on tomorrow's podcast, and we will have a report from venice beach. i've seen a little bit of it, it is while. shannon bream has the latest and they take it from here. >> it is a busy night, thank you very much and we begin with a fox news alert. the war against the opioid epidemic heats up. another pharmaceutical company reportedly in the mix negotiating a multibillion-dollar settlement. will billions solve the problem. joining us with what it means, china is using the addiction epidemic as the weapon against america. puerto rico facing another major challenge the residents bracing for tropical storm dorian, it has been two years since
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hurricane maria devastated the island. are they prepared 5 coming up next. one of the nation's largest school districts may get rid of its gifted program for the best and brightest students because too many white and asian students in the them. we will debate that. tonight in new york donald trump's first day back in washington negative media reports about his time in the g7 do not reflect reality at all. mike, almost like we are getting two the versions of what happened on the ground. >> it is pretty clear donald trump is not happy with the coverage of the g7 summit tweeting it was so successful and yet when i came back and read the corrupt and fake news it was not even recognizable. from what took place at the g7 event. no surprise and democrats running for the white house are giving donald trump failing grades for the summit, joe biden says the president was missing
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in action on a credit issue by not attending the climate change meeting and he is not alone. >> the president not only failed to lead on the climate crisis which is going to hurt our country and heard the world but also embarrassed himself and our country by turning into a used car salesman about -- >> there's plenty of buzz about the summit. >> another issue, china. >> the china is the president takes aim at a familiar target, the federal reserve watching manufacturers struggle with their exports to the benefit of other parts of the world and has anyone looked at what almost all countries are doing to take advantage of the good old usa. our fed has been calling it wrong for too long but some critics say it is the president who is causing the pain. >> erratic trade policy, entering a trade war with china, inviting china to tariffs on
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america which raise the cost of the goods we consume in the country, diminish the ability for farmers on markets or workers to be competitive in the united states. >> a key white house ally is defending being tough on china. >> the president knows that if you surrender, it will devastate the world economy over time. the price of standing up to china. it is a lot less than just giving in to china. >> the president doesn't mind waiting if it is a better deal for america. other presidents didn't bother to make any deal. >> the president said china has taken a hard hit with the trade war the past few months suggesting he thinks beijing may be looking for a deal. >> we are also getting information from planes the
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administration has for fema funding and directing that to the border it sparked a lot of controversy. >> the trump administration is looking at shifting $155 million to us immigration and customs enforcement for migrant detention space and temporary hearing sites for those seeking asylum leading democrats like nancy pelosi and senate democrat leader chuck schumer crying foul. they say moving this kind of money from fema's disaster relief fund, the timing is a better idea with tropical storm dorian bearing down on puerto rico. >> thank you so much. puerto rico is a tropical storm warning and hurricane watch tonight. look like tropical storm dorian is gathering power and taking aim at the beleaguered island two years after it was devastated by hurricane maria. senior correspondent rick leventhal in puerto rico with the latest tracking this. >> donald trump has approved an
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emergency declaration for puerto rico which should speed aid if they need it. we got an update on dorian's path from the national hurricane center which suggests the storm is moving across the caribbean sea at 13 miles an hour with maximum sustained winds at 50 miles an hour headed right for the island of puerto rico, expected to strengthen overnight and be at or near hurricane strength when it passes over or near this island sometime tomorrow and an emergency, state of emergency has artie been declared on the island of 3 million people which is still recovering from hurricane maria which it two years ago in september 2017. there are still 30,000 homes here with blue tarps on their roofs, the power grid is still fragile. that could happen again if dorian comes this way. the governor says they have learned lessons from maria and are urging called, they closed schools and it opened 360 shelters and today residents were lining up at gas stations topping off tanks and filling cans. there were long lines at some of them and also making runs on grocery and box stores. we went to sam's club in san
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juan and saw many cases of water which was the store limit and at costco they ran out of small bottles of water so people were buying cases with gallon jugs inside along with feet and other supplies, there are boots on the ground here tonight to back up the local first responders including 45 members of the miami-dade fire department's urban search and rescue team. they flew out of miami this morning with year and supplies and boats and other equipment to help find missing people, provide medical assistance and more if needed and also dorian has made its way across the windward and leland -- leeward islands and martinique where they had flooding of roads and it knocked out some bridges there so the storm is packing a punch, not like maria packed but it could still do damage if it does wind up hitting this island
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sometime tomorrow. >> there's still so much recovery underway as well. rick leventhal, thank you so much. following monday's landmark ruling by an oklahoma judge, johnson & johnson find half $1 billion, word tonight and another major pharmaceutical company is working on hammering out a multibillion-dollar settlement rather than facing hundreds or thousands of lawsuits on its own. casey steagall tells us what is at stake tonight. >> for do, make of oxycontin defend itself vigorously in the opioid litigation but sees little good coming from years of litigation and appeals, the drugmaker is reportedly in talks to spend $10-$12 billion. they settled out of court but 48 states and 2000 local and tribal governments for its alleged role in the nation's opioid crisis. perdue already settled with the state of oklahoma, which is why they never went to trial. johnson & johnson decided to
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fight it and lost the they are appealing. >> we show the court that johnson & johnson is responsible, they were part of the cause of the epidemic. >> the decision violates well-established constitutional principles including due process of law. >> some analysts warn the judges ruling could set a dangerous precedent because others are to blame too. the fda approved these drugs. >> when people use these perception drugs in the way intended, very few casualties. >> johnson & johnson argue cut company followed its guidelines by marketing the substance in 2009. the company makes 1% of all opioids currently on the market and some worry about the impact future high dollar settlements could have on the pharma industry asking all parties to get involved. >> nobody deals directly with
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johnson & johnson or one of the others. >> gail fox lost her son to an opioid overdose, yesterday's ruling meant his death wasn't in vain. >> bring my son back but this victory allows his death to stand for something and i know he is cheering right now. >> according to the national institute on drug abuse, 137 more americans die every single day from opioid overdoses. shannon: thank you. according to florida attorney general sunshine state loses 17 of those 137 people per day to the opioid crisis was a big part of the reason, ron desantis set up a drug abuse task force in april. rick scott joins us to discuss
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the battle against the opioid epidemic and what this means to that site. great to have you with us tonight. >> your heart goes out to these families. i have a family member struggling with drug addiction and you feel so sorry for these families and so many people who lost their loved ones so we put a lot of money to deal with it and also research the amount of days you can breeze prescribed but we've got to figure this out. too many people. shannon: a half billion dollars ruling against johnson & johnson of oklahoma. 1% of legal opioid prescriptions and a lot of people asking if it is the right tactic to go after that company. the wall street journal had an editorial piece and they call this an opioid stickup, the problem is varied and complex and largely a problem of illegal
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sentinel and won't be eased by bankrupting america's pharmaceutical companies. is at the right strategy or not? >> anybody who has been part of getting people addicted needs to be held accountable. the right thing to happen is these companies would step up and say figure out how to stop the abuse, help put money and figure out how to compensate the families who lost their loved ones. that is what ought to happen and that is what i would like to see happen. we put a lot of money into stopping pill mills. it is hard. shannon: i know the president talked about putting pressure with china with regards to fentanyl because part of this equation, the chinese foreign minister saying the foreign ministry spokesman saying when it comes to increasing demand for fentanyl the us government
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can do more. the united states should respect and start pinning the blame on others. what do you make of that part of this equation? >> there is always more everybody can do. always more the government can do and every family can do but let's look at china. i'm losing my voice. they sit there and have a social media -- they monitor your social media but they can't figure out where the fentanyl is coming from. they know where it is coming from and it is part of their plan to hurt our country. this is a government, not to be trusted. there's nothing they do that is good for this country. shannon: do you think in the broader spectrum of trade talks, you have been vocal about standing with the protesters in
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hong kong and support them. you have spoken out for venezuela and the folks there where they have nicholas madero as president. i the people fighting for democracy around the country right to look at the us and say they will back us? how much should they be counting on it these days? >> everybody in the world that cares about freedom and democracy out to be helping and doing everything they can to support the protesters in hong kong. the chinese government can't be trusted, they joined the wto, they didn't apply, they steal our technology, they said to president obama they would militarize the south china sea, they did. and genocide against little children every day, there is no human rights. they don't support anything that is good for world order. shannon: it is a difficult situation, the world continues to watch his millions flood the streets of hong kong. thank you for joining us
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tonight. new tonight the white house responding to taylor swift's public backing for a controversial new bill. >> there was a petition and there still is a petition for the equality act that now has half 1 million signatures which is five times the amount it would need to warrant a response from the white house. >> supporters say the billable advance lgbt q rights while critics say it contains what they call disturbing element that will violate religious freedom rights for devout americans. the white house saying this. the trump administration absolutely opposes discrimination of any kind and supports equal treatment of all. however the house passed bill in its current form is filled with poison pills that threaten to
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undermine parental and conscience rights. the nation's largest school district make edits gifted and talented program because there are too many white and asian students. we will debate what is best for diverse city next. ur home's val. thank you, admiral. so if you need money for your family, call newday usa.
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>> academic programs for gifted service in new york city may be in danger following a recommendation by a diversity panel to phase out the program. bill diblasio commissioned the group and said he's weighing the recommendations, trace gallagher is on the case. >> considering bill diblasio created the diversity panel some
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believe he will into accepting the recommendation to get rid of public schools, gifted and talented programs. the argument the panel makes is these types of programs perpetuate racial inequality because they are composed mostly of white and asian students and the students come from families who could afford to get their kids tutored. the chancellor says test scores reflect privileged more than intellect. bill diblasio was pressed on that issue but skirted the question. >> the panels but together to address an issue, how do we diversify our classrooms, at the same time the central mission is improving public education. >> even the diversity panel acknowledges you could end up hurting public education because if you ditch gifted or talented programs you could lose gifted
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and talented students leading the school system lacking in talent and lacking diversity. the diversity panel is calling for new york city public schools to no longer use academic criteria to screen students for public middle schools. instead of grades, test scores and auditions they would look at dual language programs and programs designed to help at risk kids. parent say using academic screening standards unfairly keep low income black and hispanic students from desirable schools. 73% of new york public school students are in poverty. >> thank you very much. in an effort to make schools more inclusive or televised decision that can result in top students finding ways to leave the public school system altogether. we talk to that with donald
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drains the swamp author in new york. let me read something from the wall street journal report and recommendations for the panel, the diversity panel recommends scrapping the gifted test for kindergartners, to spend more than $1000 on tuning for 4-year-olds and hope of getting a prominent seat. the chancellor said that scores reflected. rather than exceptional intellectual ability, the families that are well have a better shot at these. >> when you invoke the term privilege and call it a diversity panel i am out. it is absolutely obvious that this is politics, this has little to do with caring about standards. when you are obsessed with diversity in the classroom i already know you are not obsessed with education. to me diblasio is quite literally the worst mayor in the history of the city. i grew up in this, went to the schools in the city, this kind of thinking is going to harm minority people who go to these
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schools, that is a fact. he would rather sounds good then do good. shannon: this is something from the new york post, school levers the panel wants the city to scrap the program thing backers of the current system say it rewards diligence and accommodates families of advanced kids who would otherwise abandon the public school system altogether. another account i read had a local guy saying they are going to pool their money, do what they can and it is going to leave the schools in more danger. >> you can do both. you can have a meritocratic system and promote diversity. my friends ronald lotter and dick parsons are setting up test centers around the city to tutor african-american, hispanic and disadvantaged kids and reported huge level of interest from highly qualified minority kids who want to compete fairly and that's a good idea.
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i should say a personal word. i took that test in 1959. and look at me now. >> that is white privilege sitting right next to me. it is so unfair. >> the new york times taking this on last year 75 of the 16,000 students enrolled telemetry gifted classes were white or asian even though black and hispanic students, 70% of the public school population as a whole, no way these numbers can be fair. >> i would say the more you look at the color of somebody's skin the more you are not looking at the problem. it is very simple. there have been very very poor groups of immigrants that have come to this country with a certain work ethic. the idea that we are going to say you are black, you are not going to be able to get your
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kids tutors and anybody who does is an unfair advantage, it is privilege, i call it ingenuity. the fact is these people will use their ingenuity, the same ingenuity they use to get the kids tutors to get into these programs to figure out a way to pay for private school which is what my parents did, they sent me, we were in new york city during some bad times for the city and to send your kid to public school at that time was bad news, you do anything -- my parents sent me to greek orthodox parochial school, found the money, did what they needed to do, that will happen and it will harm those in the public schools. shannon: this is what they are talking about getting rid of, applications based on test scores, addition punctuality and attendance. they say that is what we should look at. >> the kindest if you can promote diversity. the problem is you can have a school system that doesn't have fair representation of minorities.
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it is being done, we can do both. the goals of society should be diversity and merit at the same time. shannon: we will see if he can put it together. thank you both. iran says it will come back to the negotiating table if donald trump meets the regime's demands. what are the odds? general jack keane ways in next. how could it get any better than this? dad, i just caught a goldfish! there's no goldfish in this lake. whoa! it's pure gold. we're gonna be rich... we're gonna be rich! it only gets better when you switch and save with geico.
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>> shannon: iran is backing away tonight from the prospect of talking with the >> iran is backing away from the prospect of talking with the united states about the standoff over its nuclear program and crippling sanctions it is enduring. garrett tenney has the latest developments. >> these hoped-for negotiations went from something to nothing in less than 24 hours. iran's president says there won't be any meetings with donald trump until the us removes all economic sanctions against iran.
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in his televised address president rouhani said he's not interested in a photo op and it is up to washington to decide what happens next. >> without america was trying from sanctions and abandoning the wrong path of his chosen we will not witness any positive developments. >> reporter: he also thought iran will continue to scale back his commitment to the 2015 nuclear agreement, this comes a day after the iranian president suggested he was open to negotiation and after emmanuel macroin and donald trump said talks could take place in a few weeks. mister trump was clear us sanctions will stay in place until iran changes its aggressive destabilizing behavior in the region and without long-standing and pass unresolved iran's foreign minister ruled out the possibility of a summit calling it unimaginable. donald trump is getting a lot of heat for pushing world leaders to allow russia back into that group.
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russia was kicked out in 2014 after it annexed crimea from ukraine. senate democrats told the white house un no circumstances should vladimir putin be invited to the g7 meeting the us is hosting next year. in a letter minority leader chuck schumer and 3 of his colleagues warned if the latter the next regime is going to flagrantly violate international agreements and disregard the sovereignty of neighbors the russian government should not be trusted with a leadership position on the world stage. not just democrats are uncomfortable with inviting russia back into the g8, republicans and even members of the president's on cabinet expressed strong reservations about it as well.
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>> how likely is donald trump to take his foot off the pedal when it comes to iranian sanctions? senior strategic analyst general jack keane joins us with some insights on that, great to have you. what do you think the premise that iran is thing we will come to the table but you've got to stop all sanctions. >> that is sort of foolishness, that's not going to happen, donald trump is in the drivers seat here, no one has put as much pressure on iranian regime for 39 years than this president with his maximum sanctions regime. with the iranian to been trying to do is put pressure on donald trump to back off. this rhetoric won't do that. that's why they provoked the crisis of shooting drones down, sabotaging tankers, increasing uranium enrichment beyond the standards of the jcp away. all of that designed to pressure the united states and what happened, donald trump increased sanctions. wire negotiations on and off kick you rouhani probably stuck his nose out too much here and
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the supreme leader pulled it back and he has taken a hard line which i think is pretty typical of the supreme leader. i don't believe they've played out there options yet and they have some serious one still on the table not the least of which is attacking us troops and facilities as an option to create a crisis to put pressure on the trump regime to pull back on sanctions. that is unlikely. we would respond very strongly to any attack on our troops or facilities. shannon: iran is trying to drive a wedge, top economic world leaders at the g7, saying we are on the same page, they should not have a nuclear weapon. they may disagree how to enforce that but iran is looking for daylight between the two. some of this is rattling the israelis.
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the top israeli officials alarmed by possible us iran talks, the pressure campaign against iran is a main point of collaboration in netanyahu government and the trump administration, the loosening of the maximum pressure campaign could create tension with israel, there was a tweet from the vice president making an unequivocal the us stand with israel but there's been a lot of chatter. >> you can understand the israelis position. the iranian's, in terms of their encroachment on israel, just this weekend israelis conducted 3 attacks against hezbollah, lebanon, hezbollah and syria and the iraqi shia militia in iraq, all of them about attacks and operations against israel. if you're where netanyahu is, he sees a very aggressive iranian regime trying to open up a front against israel by putting missiles around it to the point where the israelis would never
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be able to defend an avalanche of missiles like that. that is why they are taking such a strong hand and clearly sending a large message to a president, stick with this, have resulted don't negotiate away what you have already established. >> always appreciate your insight, thank you. an australian school was locking up its garbage cans. melbourne girls college telling its students to take their trash home with them in an effort to move the school towards 0 waste. the school says the ideas to encourage families to think about sustainability when it comes to packing up lunches for students. take a look at this dramatic video from space was a resident capturing footage of floods raging and caring parked cars down city streets. a massive storm, to rental rain and hail forcing rescues throughout that region. german officials are offering 1
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>> shannon: joe biden is in virginia tonight as the democratic presidential front runner tries to reverse slippage in one key pole. where biden is keeping his distance from top democratic leaders. peter doocy explains why. >> when
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>> joe biden is in virginia as the democratic presidential front-runner tries to reverse slippage in one people. this is also a key states but one were biden is keeping his distance from top democratic leaders. peter doocy explains why. >> reporter: when democrats need help getting elected they call joe biden. >> we are huge admirers of yours. >> democrat ralph northam got a visit from the former vp in the virginia governor's mansion. >> you spend your whole life devoting to society but since then a lot has changed. >> you cannot get shoe polish off. >> northron admits he wore black face to look more like michael jackson in a dance contest in san antonio. >> you dance the moonwalk? >> can you still do the moonwalk? >> know. >> >> the governor insists he's not in a scandal starting photo from medical school yearbook but biden who talks a lot about an ugly incident in virginia -- >> neo-nazis came out of
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charlottesville carrying torches. >> no place for racism in america. governor northron lost all moral authority and should resign. justin fairfax is the leader virginia needs now. the lieutenant governor faced accusations of sexual misconduct. both men could wind up costing candidates in the virginia fundraising circuit. >> when you can't have a governor go around old cocktail parties and shake hands with everyone and take one of those glamorous photos you are not going to get as much money from donors. >> reporter: the approval rating is up 5 points in february. donald trump says 13 electoral votes are up for grabs. >> it keeps us out -- i like it. >> democrats don't have to wait until november 2020 to see if there will be trouble because
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control of the state house will be decided first in fall of 2019. >> republicans have something to run against. they can point to those scandals and suggest the governor, lieutenant governor needs balance. >> reporter: the governor's election is not until 2021 in virginia governor's are limited to one term. of northron is such a drag on the democratic ticket the state breaks 3 democratic nominee in a row streak -- the opponents check. shannon: a montana judge hands-down a writing assignment leading the western roundup. two men in prison who falsely claimed to be military veterans won't be eligible for parole until they handwrite the names of all 6756 americans killed in iraq and afghanistan and write out the obituaries of the 40 montana soldiers including that number and send written apology letters to several veterans and once they are on probation a judge is ordering them on memorial and veterans day to wear signs that say i am a liar,
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not a veteran. i stole valor, i dishonored all veterans. their attorneys are challenging that. over to california, san francisco restaurant owner says bernie sanders was, quote, cranky and rude to staff members. they claim he refused to shake hands or take pictures with them. the owner saying he will not be voting for sanders after that visit. also in california the state assembly approving a bill that lets school boards decide whether or not parents can give their children a non-smoking form of medical marijuana on k-12 school campuses. in a position's fibers of the security under siege, and warning from us officials about threats to the 2020 election. former acting attorney general whitaker will tell us why we should all be concerned after the break.
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shannon: federal government trying to prevent hackers from taking control of the 2020 election with ransom where and other intrusion methods was one senior official says state elections are at high risk. katherine herridge tells us what she is hearing tonight. >> the big target is the 2020 election. >> reporter: the warning is going a step further with the
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launch of a new program to flaunt ransom where attacks on voter registration databases. >> the scenario would be someone registers to vote but this ran somewhere or other malicious code removes their name from the voting polls, the registration list. they go to the polls and can't vote. >> in the last decade ransom where attacks were hackers have had multiple states with damage causing a ripple effect. in baltimore, three months after ran somewhere attack the city is still struggling to issue water bills. earlier this month in texas 2 dozen local government networks were hit forcing officials to manually process paperwork throwing them back into the digital dark ages. in georgia, state and local courts and police departments were forced to dump or reconfigure laptops and ipads. homeland security says the department is, quote, raising awareness of the risk and providing targeted cyber
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security services to protect voter registration databases to stay one step ahead to make sure the 2020 elections are secure. >> getting harder to stop. at a minimum you have to have a good operating system that is totally up-to-date and patched. replication seemed to be up-to-date and patched, your networks need to be monitored, extra protection. >> during recent congressional testimony and election official said perfect securities impossible so their goal is a good offense. they are testing and certifying voting machines that will be secure for 2020. >> katherine herridge, thank you so much. the warning signals flashing, the threats, what can our intelligence law enforcement agencies do to shut them down? matt whitaker is here to talk about that. you have written about this, talked about ran somewhere. going after cities and hospitals
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and organizations. how does this relate to elections? >> the big threat we saw, the illinois voter database was compromised and the fear is in 2020 of we don't do everything we can to prevent this threat we could have a similar compromise with ransom where. he came on scene in 2013, and ever increasing threat. we had serious trouble but i'm glad to see dhs being proactive providing states with services and service providers so it is really good what this administration is doing. every day i receive cyberattacks threat matrix and it was eye-opening to see, both private and public systems under attack every day. shannon: there are skeptics including vanity fair not thinking the administration is
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taking it seriously. intelligence officials cautioned russia and other foreign actors are attempting to so discord but the trump administration's top republican officials appeared slow or reluctant to respond to the threat. is that fair? >> that's not fair at all. concluding with being acting attorney general for four months, what i saw in 2018 into 2020 is we were doing so much more than the obama administration did in 2016. this administration will be ready for the 2020 threat and are voting systems will be very secure and people should not worry about that. >> in a strategic intent in dhs, the director's operational priorities, china presents the most pressing long-term strategic risk to the united states. house so in this area of cyber
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security? >> china is investing a lot in cyber attacks. we see iran, russia, china, north korea, a lot of people don't have our best interests at heart investing a lot of money but china has the more sophisticated plan to go after the united states and they have a culture where they have stolen american trade secrets. a lot of threats are coming from china and that would suggest long-term china is the biggest threat. shannon: as part of that strategic intent paper they say election security, one of the highest profile by nationstate actors to maliciously interfere in our democratic election. we heard it is continuing into 2020. we talked about what can be done. anything we as average citizens can take notice of? >> there are.
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we need to be skeptical of the messaging especially in issues that try to divide us instead of one candidate giving a vision for the future versus the other candidate's vision for the future. would really need to be sophisticated but at the same time i am so glad social media companies are deleting accounts and this administration is more as well. shannon: we need to be on our toes and do our own research as well. thank you for joining us. i've got to warn you after watching their coach battle cancer the entire arkansas college football team decided to shave their heads in solidarity and support, one by one they all came to hug their fearless leader, the coach moved to tears. tonight you all are our team
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>> it is wednesday, august 28th and this is "fox and friends first". fool speed ahead on border security. the president's longer and the white house, something big to beef up information. we are live in washington. state of emergency as tropical storm dorian is on the move, flooding turns roads into rivers in the caribbean as puerto rico braces today. could florida the next? we are tracking the storm in real time.


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