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FOX News
Dec 25, 2016 4:00pm PST
>>> we begin with a fox news urgent iconic singer george michael has died. that according to sky news u.k. the star's publicist saying he passed away peacefully at home at age of 53. as a solo star and before that one half of the musical duo wham, george michael sold more than 100 million records, you may have even heard the well nope christmas song a few times today. ♪ last christmas, i gave you my heart ♪ ♪ ♪ but the very next day you gave it away ♪ this year to save me from tears, i'll give it to someone special ♪ >> will caro is live in los angeles with the latest. will, what else do we know about his death? he was only 53. >> yeah, well, gregg, our sister network sky news confirmed he died at his home in southeast england. police say there were no suspicious circumstances and the cause of death is unknown. his publicist released a statement saying it is with great sadness that we could confirm george passed away peacefully at home over the christmas period. i family would ask that their privacy be respected during this difficult and emotional time and there is no
FOX News
Feb 15, 2016 1:00am PST
decision for the people, george. we have an election -- >> reporter: senate democrats are responding with derision. a series of tweets issued today in which it was noted the constitution requires the president to send these nominees up to the senate for their advice and consent. and then she sarcastically added this, quote, i can't find a clause in the constitution that says except when there's a year left in the term of a democrat president. and senate minority leader harry reid called the tactic a shame fp abdication of one of the most important constitution obligations. shannon, back to you. >> doug mckelway, thank you, doug. the last president to put up a nominee was lyndon johnson in 1968, but both of his nominees were rejected. joining us now gop member lindsey graham sits on the judiciary committee which is a key in this nominating process. senator, thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> how do you respond to your colleague elizabeth warner, the democrat in the senate, to her statement that basically if you think this is about letting the american people have a voice, s
FOX News
Jun 27, 2016 1:00am PDT
largely stocks are down in asia and in europe. the chancellor george osborne who is the equivalent to a finance minister spoke for the first time since the brexit vote and he did assure people, calmed the waters a bit by saying that britain has all sorts of contingency plans in place, but the markets will not be happy about the fact that he confirmed that there won't be anymore leadership in this country authorize will there be an innovation of article 50 of the lisbon treaty which effectively gets the process of the divorce from europe under way. sterling fell overnight, but rallied after osborne said that there were contingency plans and that he had been on the phone with finance ministersing a cross t across the globe. and he did say britain is still open for business, but it is clear that a lot of companies are holding off on investment and hires until things become more clear. >> going to be a busy week ahead. in just a few hours, the markets open here at home, so what can we expect? >> cheryl is here with that. >> and i've been tracking u.s. futures. they opened last night and ini
FOX News
Aug 1, 2016 1:00am PDT
that shaped our nation. this week, it's president george washington. host bill o'reilly joins us now on the phone to talk about it. hi, bill. >> hey, patti ann. >> the show talks about the rebelli rebellion. what was that and why was washington's response so dramatic? >> you have to understand the chaos that was taking place. george washington was basically a general, a fighter. okay? he wasn't a politician at all. but after the revolutionary war, the founding fathers understood they had to have washington as the leader. he became president and he was in philadelphia. but there was just mass chaos all over the 13 states, the new states, and the federal government because the federal government was very weak and they needed money and they needed money to paymilitias, state troops and keep a very small army to protect washington and do the things that were necessary to at least have a nation function. so they looking around. remember, there's no income tax. no money coming in to the federal government. the first federal government. they're broke. and they had obligations. they usually
FOX News
Apr 18, 2016 1:00am PDT
for spending two days at two george clooney fundraisers in california, where she raised millions at dinners where two tickets cost $353,000. there are 247 delegates up for grabs tuesday. sanders hoping for a big upset win that could turn this race on its head. clinton, she's up double digits in the polls. >> harris? >> even the hollywood stars. george clooney this weekend called in an obscene amount of money that she picked up. didn't he give some of that? i know hillary clinton has responded to donald trump's new nickname for her, which is crooked hillary. >> that's right. first it was low-energy jeb bush. little marco rubio, lying ted cruz, and now donald trump calling clinton crooked hillary yesterday. she responded today. >> he can say whatever he wants to say about me. i really could care less. i'm going to stay focused on the issues. because there are stark differences. >> speaking to a crowd today in new york. clinton was noticeably fired up, telling a diverse crowd trump has offended everyone, every one of us, she said. harris? >> thank you. >>> fox news is america's electio
FOX News
Oct 22, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. >>> plus -- >> to presidents jimmy carter, george h.w. bush, bill clinton, george w. bush and barack obama, melania and i want to express our deep gratitude for your tremendous assistance. rick: five former presidents putting politics aside to help hurricane victims. we'll let you hear from them and tell you how much money they raised last night. ♪ ♪ loved me back. so i came up with o, that's good! comfort sides with a nutritious twist like mashed potatoes with yummy cauliflower, but you'll only taste the love. see what i mean? o, that's good! ♪ ♪ you nervous? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ have you any wool?eep, no sir, no sir, some nincompoop stole all my wool sweaters, smart tv and gaming system. luckily, the geico insurance agency recently helped baa baa with renters insurance. everything stolen was replaced. and the hooligan who lives down the lane was caught selling the stolen goods online. visit geico.com and see how easy it is to switch and save on renters insurance. i'm ryan awith chantix.king everything i did circled around that cigarette. when i started taking the chantix that ur
FOX News
Oct 22, 2017 10:00pm PDT
deaths of three people may be linked. >>> plus -- >> to presidents jimmy carter, george h.w. bush, bill clinton, george w. bush and barack obama, melania and i want to express our deep gratitude for your tremendous assistance. rick: five former presidents putting politics aside to help hurricane victims. we'll let you hear from them and tell you how much money they raised last night. ♪ ♪ i was a good soldier. i had purpose and i loved it. you are my hammer out there. ♪ i'm only human... don't let these young guys see you fold. thank you for looking after my son. we're brothers, we look after each other. thank you for your service. rated r. - [announcer] presenting the shark ion flex 2x. the free-standing, cord free vacuum that can live anywhere because it has two rechargeable batteries. that means you can always be charging, even while you're cleaning. with duo clean, multiflex, and powerful suction so you can go, and go, and go again. welcome to hassle-free runtime with shark. ♪ rick: five men who once held the highest office in the land coming together for an important cause,
FOX News
Aug 21, 2016 4:00pm PDT
pivot he has made is on substance, george, he is talking about defeating islamic terrorism. >> another pivot involves his immigration plan. for months he's been talking about creating a deportation force to are move 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the united states. today we learned that support for that plan is not set in stone. in fact, harris, the words that conway used are "to be determined." >> tbd. i understand the clinton campaign has just announced some big fund-raising numbers. >> yeah, they have. the clinton campaign won't confirm it, though, but the associated prets is reporting that they said they are half way to their goal of raising a billion dollars. over the weekend, clinton attended fund-raisers on nantucket, martha's vineyard and cape cod and 40 more events planned in 14 states the next two weeks. despite her fund-raising strength, she is facing renewed vulnerabilities on two familiar fronts, her e-mails and her family foundation. >> you didn't hear questions about the bush foundation when the second bush president came in to office. his family continued
FOX News
May 7, 2017 4:00pm PDT
to george w. bush. you said it will be a crazy time. why. >> we have a leader who does not have the political experience. he had to put a government together. he's not a party person within his own country. this will be challenging for friends but politics makes strange bedfellows. we now have a president who has a business person to deal with in france. that may be the link that makes us closer to france having this new president before i mentioned the tax cut for the corporate. they are above 33% going to 28. here in the u.s. he wants to drop it to 15% which would make us incredibly competitive around the world. that is an interesting part to talk about. the bigger issue, the bigger issues of immigration and france first, platform wise with le pen were more in sync with where our current president is. when you talk about why americans care, talk about the intersection. >> we care because france is a close ally and we have nato. i think the challenge will be to deal in reality. their policies have been populous but haven't been good for the country. that's why you see the turmoil i
FOX News
Nov 30, 2015 1:00am PST
view is you lead from behind. you don't make tough decisions. >> i don't want to be george w. bush ii. i don't want to be a cowboy. i got the nobel peace prize for not being george bush. i don't want to be a war president. i have got out of iraq and afghanistan. i'm mr. peace. that's what he thinks. >> right. and isis will take care of itself over time. >> jv. >> and the russians are in a quagmire in syria. >> iraq's foreign minister is raising his hand. >> he's right. >>> and then come back, dr. ben carson, looking for some foreign policy credentials, well, maybe. he's visiting refugee camps in jordan. it has been a sticking point and criticism. we will ask how he is doing on this front. >>> fox news political insiders are coming back and they want to talk to you on twitter and facebook. here's our question, how did dr. ben carson's trip to jordan affect your opinion on him looks like some folks have had it with their airline credit card miles. sometimes those seats cost a ridiculous number of miles... or there's a fee to use them. i know. it's so frustrating. they'd be a lot happier
FOX News
Sep 7, 2015 1:00am PDT
. >>> former secretary of state collin powell served as the secretary of state for president george w bush and appears on meet the press where he called various components of the iran deal remarkable. >> i studied very carefully the outline of the deal and what's in that deal. i have carefully looked at the opzig opposition to the deal. my judgment after balancing those two sets of information is that's it's a pretty good deal. one of the great concerns that the opposition has, that we're leading open a lane for the iranians to go back to creating a nuclear weapon in 10 or 15 years. we're forgetting the reality that they have been on a superhighway for the last ten years to create a nuclear weapon or nuclear weapons program with no speed limit. >> he says yes, inspectors must verify. iran is following the agreement. but assured skeptics safety measures are in place. republicans in congress are unanimous against the deal. lawmakers i set to return to the hill this week. we'll have more on that and all of the day's political headlines just ahead. >>> now, gas prices. falling to the lowest le
FOX News
Jul 9, 2017 10:00pm PDT
. >> next, francis will tell us what it was like to ride beside general george patton. (male announcer) remember when every new fork on the trail led to a new adventure? then keep the tradition going at bass pro shops with great deals-- like the eclipse 2-person dome tent for under $30. plus, free workshops, activities and crafts. rick: a somber farewell for two san diego sailors who died in last month's collision betweens destroyer uss fitzgerald, and a philippine container ship. family and friends gather in southern california. for carlos victor, and friday, navy holding a ceremony at miramar national cemetery in san diego for 25-year-old, douglas. 7 sailors died in the crash in early morning hours of june 17 most asleep at the time. rick: a world war ii veteran recounts his days of riding into battle with one of america's heroes, francis, drove front line with general george patton sitting he side him, francis was also man who helped show off the prototype of the jeep. >> it sounded good. i will never forget it. reporter: few men have seat that 98-year-old francis sanza . during wor
FOX News
Oct 12, 2015 1:00am PDT
not protect themselves. this is -- let me tell you, if george bush or george h. bush had done this, the media would be going crazy. but the bob woodward led washington post, which is in the tan tank, and nbc which stands for nobody but clinton. what we have is nixon on steroids. it is their with held documents. they have covered up stuff at the irs. l louis learner. we have a government and administration and a rule of law that's disappearing. we have chaos here. and i had said before, at least for a year, and particularly since last december, that the republican party was on the verge of coming apart at the seams. the revolt has reached the halls in capital hill. the government, highest ever is corrupt and no one will speak about it. >> people sitting at home are wondering, we elected these people. what the heck is going on and how can i affect it? but they can't. >> when they elect them and they don't do what they said they would do. they don't repeal bobama care o try to repeal it. >> we object. >> that is why trump is doing well. >> that's what i was going to say. >> and why he
FOX News
Feb 12, 2017 4:00pm PST
president advisor of george w. bush and director of programs for the act and institute. in a fox news contributor. this senate confirmation process has been a lengthy spectacle. it has taken forever. democrats screaming loudly at every turn. what is the point? the point is that we are a democracy and a two-party system. it is right, reasonable and responsible for the opposition, and i hope it stays the loyal opposition to make their points. at that juncture juncture it's up to the senators to vote. as we saw virtually every case the confirmations have been narrowly done. the most narrow one of secretary divorce who needed the vice president to get her through. this is the process, it's messy, i think it's important that we have it. >> you don't think this is just a lot of noise trying to fire up the base and keep them motivated and satisfied against their constituents? >> that is undeniably part of it. the larger part of it is expressing their worldview, and however many might disagree. >> paul we'll talk about the travel ban for a second. the administration claims they have plenty of
FOX News
Nov 20, 2016 11:00pm PST
another newcomer to washington back in 2000, george w. bush. what do you think of the cheney comparison? >> well, i have high regard for the service that vice president cheney provided to the united states, but the person that will define my role is the states of america. >> and what has he said about that role? some people have said that he's going to be the ceo and you're going to be the coo, the chief operating officer. >> well, let me be very clear. president-elect donald trump, when he becomes president donald trump on january 20th, will be the one leading the trump administration. i'll be providing a supporting role. i do think the president-elect has a great appreciation for my relationships with members of congress. he and i both went to capitol hill last week and sat down with leaders of the house and the senate. part of this transition, chris, is not just surrounding the president-elect with men and women from whom he can choose the personnel that will people an administration, but we're also laying out an aggressive policy agenda with leaders in both chambers and in both poli
FOX News
Dec 20, 2015 4:00pm PST
are going to see in theaters. and, like i said, people want the stuff. >> i've heard george lucas is a really nice man. i don't want him making the creamer for my coffee. >> i don't think he's personally going to be doing this. >> always good to see you. >> good to see you as well. >> thank you very much. >>> well, they were tough on each other. for a minute, gop presidential candidates donald trump and ted cruz are getting along swimmingly. the polls suggest they are each other's biggest threat for the nomination. could a double-team be in the works? do you think a trump/cruz ticket in 2016 could happen and, if so, what would it look like and what configuration? talk to us on twitter. the fox news political insiders are coming up on home base to talk about the political headlines. while you're watching, please multitask. hit us up on our fox page. stay with you are. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever? heart healthy california walnuts. the best simple veggie dish ever? heart healthy california walnuts. the best simple dinner ever? heart healthy california walnuts
FOX News
Jul 17, 2017 1:00am PDT
also who is in congress. george, i want to leave it with you. is your sympathy with the outsiders storming the barricades? >> in general, yes. we are supposed to have a federal government that is highly responsible to people's needs. not directly to represent but actively think conceiving of policies to advance people's interests. they are not doing that. in figure they are probably too directly responsible to people who helped elect them two months earlier. we have such a curtailing of election cycle now. somebody gets into the house. they are running for reelection. kimberly: instead of the interests of people who elected them. steve: there are mind-boggling amounts of money made by hospitals. an interview no parent should miss. education reform in america. how can we get powerful teachers unions to put the interests of the children first. we grilled up revolutionary food in our parking lot and kimberly will try it out later in the show. steve: as we discussed on the show before, the technology revolution is change the workplace really fast. the best way we can help our children
FOX News
Oct 18, 2015 4:00pm PDT
defending his brother, former president george w bush and his handling of the 9/11 terror attacks. listen. >> look, look. jeb said we were safe with my brother. we were safe. the world trade center just fell down. i'm not plaming anybody. >> bush also accusing truch of treating his campaign like a reality show. >> mr. trump talks about things as though he's still on the apprentice. literally talking about syria saying isis should take out asad and then russia should take out isis. this is just another example of the lack of seriousness. >> bush adding a prediction that despite trump's lead in the polls, his support will eventually fate. how are republicans reacting? >> well, at the moment, some of them are pretty busy. six are focusing on a strong voter group as they gather for presidential forum in plano, texas. they're talking christian values and religious freedom. he was a little less eager to pass judgment on the front runner's intentions. while trump may not be in texas today he did defend himself on the air waves. >> i don't want jeb bush to say my brother can't be safe bec
FOX News
Apr 10, 2017 1:00am PDT
rivals sharing a good time, former president bill clinton tweeting out this picture with george h.w. bush on a visit to houston, they talked about grown kids, grand kids, clinton gave bush a gift, a green pair of socks with labradors and a blue pair with bees. and it took longer than expected but we have a winner at the masters, sergio garcia is taking home the famous green jacket, epic fashion. he won tournament after a play-off hole against justin rose. this is garcia's first ever masters win. watch this, it was something to see, his first major championship, as well. so wearing of the green, and the wearing of the socks, it has been a good hour, i'll see you back here tomorrow, noon eastern. my friend jesse watters' world is next, we're about to be in it, have a great week. heather: this is a fox news alert. prepare for real war. a brand-new warning for the united states as syria's allies look to strike back. team trump leaving the door open for more action. >> what's required is some kind of a political solution to that very complex problem. the president will make whatever deci
FOX News
Apr 3, 2017 1:00am PDT
. >> irreplaceable. >> reporter: general george washington silver cups are here and the actual war tent he lived in on the battlefield for more than seven years. >> it should not be here today. for this tent to have survived not just the revolutionary war, it was used in the 19th century, regularly set up and played a role in unifying americans and the definition of what the new republic would be like. it was caught up in the drama of the american civil war. at any point along that journey this very fragile fabric could have disappeared and it's still here bearing witness. >> reporter: the revolution was fought before the invention of the cam ramp the museum turned to modern technology to bring the exhibits to life. more than a dozen theaters and interactive exhibits allow visitors to experience the battles and the tools used to fight. >> many places that preserve a portion of it, a battlefield, a tavern, a home. but this is a place that gives the whole story, and given that this is the most important event in our history, it's rather remarkable it has taken this long. >> reporter: this
FOX News
Apr 9, 2017 10:00pm PDT
president bill clinton tweeting out this picture with george h.w. bush on a visit to houston, they talked about grown kids, grand kids, clinton gave bush a gift, a green pair of socks with labradors and a blue pair with bees. and it took longer than expected but we have a winner at the masters, sergio garcia is taking home the famous green jacket, epic fashion. he won tournament after a play-off hole against justin rose. this is garcia's first ever masters win. watch this, it was something to see, his first major championship, as well. so wearing of the green, and the wearing of the socks, it has been a good hour, i'll see you back here tomorrow, noon eastern. my friend jesse watters' world is next, we're about to be in it, have a great week. chris: i'm chris call has. president trump strikes back at syria in response to the chemical attack that killed innocent civilians, sending a message to bashar al-assad and the world. >> it's in the vital national security interest of the united states to prevents and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons. chris: we'll discuss th
FOX News
Feb 20, 2017 1:00am PST
bolton, appointed by president george w. bush in 2005, he served over a year in the role. however bolton may struggle to gain support with libertarian leaning republicans. another candidate, army lieutenant general h.r. mcmaster, a silver star recipient and decorated officer. he has a reputation for questioning the status quo as he did in book the dereliction of duty. the other meeting at the southern white house is the superintendent of west point military academy lieutenant general robert cas lin. served in a number of wars and is a bronze star recipient. robert harward turned down the position citing family reasons, and david petraeus is no longer a finalist. white house press secretary said more names could be added to the list. the national security council without a permanent leader and embroiled in controversy after a senior staff member was abruptly fired when he was critical of the president and steve bannon during off-the-record roundtable. the white house confirmed that staffer is no longer with the nsc. harris: lauren, thank you very much. i think our satellite got cut
FOX News
Feb 27, 2017 1:00am PST
george washington university. >> somebody was wearing that uniform, i would say there's a very great likelihood that they were in the people's liberation army. >> reporter: what can you tell me about that uniform? >> this is a pla officer's uniform, active duty between 1987 and 2007, and from the epilets, you can see that the three stars and two red stripes would be a full colonel. >> reporter: chen denied being a colonel in the chinese military and checked no on this form when asked, are you now or have you ever been or in any way connected or associated with the communist party. chen became a naturalized u.s. citizen. fox news asked the expert in passport and visa fraud to review the forms. >> if she marked no on the petition but if, in fact, the answer is yes, we have a false statement. and where that comes into play most assuredly is in the arena of passport fraud. answers she provided on the immigration documents ultimately ends up being her approval to become a naturalized u.s. citizen. >> reporter: with no laws preventing a naturalized u.s. citizen rung a school like umt rose
FOX News
Jul 16, 2017 4:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Nov 13, 2016 11:00pm PST
group. syndicated columnist george will, charles lane from the washington post. joey pace who covers the white house and the transition for the associated press, and ben dominique, co-founder of the web magazine, the federalist. well, since the election, mr. trump has been aspousing a pretty standard conservative agenda. he's been reaching out to establishment republicans, even including mitt romney who spent the entire campaign bashing them, george as a trump doubter, are you reassured? >> not least of all said by kellyanne conway, she is a can disappoint of novices and she seems to realize inevitably she sits atop an enormous republican party infrastructure. he has 4,000 policy-making jobs to sell and they are going to come from the pool of the republican party. which is thoroughly conservative. and from the intellectual infrastructure, the republican party, aei, other think tank heritage foundation, et cetera. these are people who know what the swamp looks like that he wants to drain. for example, the office of civil rights and the department of education which has been harassing
FOX News
Oct 2, 2016 4:00pm PDT
bill clinton said i feel your pain and -- >> and george bush was looking at his watch. >> and as a senator, she did the town hall. >> she is great at that. >> and she knows every program and she could say to mary from debuq debuque, there is a program in housing and urban development. >> and she was off the tail for many of the month of august. he was out there. does that give him an advantage, real quickly. >> it may be. we'll see. i don't know. >> he has been preparing. but he has the argument for these people. >> and he hasn't used them. >> and if does in this debate, he could be -- it is the limit. >> so good to see you. happy sunday. we'll be right back. now that fedex has helped us simplify our e-commerce, we could focus on bigger issues, like our passive aggressive environment. we're not passive aggressive. hey, hey, hey, there are no bad suggestions here... no matter how lame they are. well said, ann. i've always admired how you just say what's in your head, without thinking. very brave. good point ted. you're living proof that looks aren't everything. thank you. welcome. s
FOX News
Jan 24, 2016 4:00pm PST
in time to win states. no one has electoral votes. this is george wallace in 1968 and those were five southern states. the game has now changed dramatically. there are republican states. my sense is it won't be a collapse of either party at the end of the day. there could be some unhappiness. >> i want to bring up something that has been a part of the conversation, the political piece, and that's the second amendment and guns. primarily because president obama has decided that the fiat of executive order is to try to deal with the issue of gun control. that is something that michael bloomberg has been widely criticized for. his anti-gun stance. and second amendment stance. and that's something i would imagine donald trump would hit him pretty hard on. >> well, i think so. but it makes a difference to democrats and independents. if he gets in, there's a possibility of a fourth party. this is a populist year. chaos is in the mix. as i've said, that on chaos is at every stage. and i believe that, you know, bloomberg is in this notion of making things work, the country wants somebody
FOX News
Dec 4, 2016 10:00pm PST
history. under the george w. bush administration, 2002, we saw a situation where the steel industry had tariffs put on it, and their response was, this is costing us. we're going to, a, cut jobs, and, b, raise prices. that caused, what, a critical point in this country. how do you avoid that from happening again? >> well, you have to have some planning. you have to think in terms of what is the thing you're going to basically raise the tariffs on. obviously it's going to take some congressional work. i don't think he's just going to do it by himself. >> i've heard him talk a lot about cars. when he talked about the inner cities, in michigan in particular, and said i'm going to bring back jobs, people perked up. there were people, people of color who he said would vote for him, and he was right about that in some areas in this country where they want jobs. >> they need jobs. a perfect example was two bridges where i grew up near oakland where they imported the bridges themselves from china. paid for by the state of california, by taxpayers and obviously jobs created in china that cou
FOX News
Jan 15, 2017 4:00pm PST
confirmations -- what am i trying to say? cabinet confirmations of nominees, same with george bush, what are we expecting this week? >> a lot of confirmations right when president trump takes office. harris: friday? >> we're going to see jeff sessions put in there, that might be the following week, i think democrats want to fund rays off of that. james mattis will be instantaneous, mike pompeo will be instantaneous, betsy devos as well, we'll need cabinet leaders immediately. harris: there is a new times of london reporter we were getting pictures and video coming from that, and lots of information now from that, the executive orders that mr. trump wants to carry out he's talking in detail. they will be signed monday to strengthen america's borders which could include travel restrictions including extreme vetting for those entering from parts known for extreme terrorism. your thoughts. >> area with islamist terror, he promised he said he would do it, and most americans think there is substantial logic behind it. to do more tight scrutiny of our allies in western europe when we're trying to keep
FOX News
Aug 7, 2016 4:00pm PDT
can. take president george h.w. bush. he went sky diving on his birthday. he said if he could do it anyone could do it at any age. it helps to be fearless. will carr in our west coast newsroom. thank you. >>> the new york yankees dropping a bombshell on the world of sports calling a surprise news conference to announce alex rodriguez will play his final game with the club on friday. the team released the 14-time all star after benching him for most of the past month. of course he was suspended the entire 2014 season for using performance-enhancing drugs. the emotional a-rod shed a few tears earlier today. >> i never thought i could play for 22 years. at 18 i just wanted to make the team. we all want to keep playing forever. but it doesn't work that way. accepting the end gracefully is part of being a professional athlete. saying good-bye maybe the hardest part of the job. >> a-rod is 41 and will walk away as one of the game's most prolific home run hitters. his career total of 696 homers trailed only barry bonds, hank aaron and babe ruth. we're told he will stay on with the yankees
FOX News
Feb 7, 2016 4:00pm PST
. keeping fiorina off the stage, so the george stephanopoulos narrative of republicans hate women. i wish the other candidates had come to her defense. we had two debates. because we had too many candidates when fox started. she would have been the eighth. she outpolled christie and kasich in iowa. and she got an equal delegate count against bush. >> she got a delegate count. some of them didn't even get that. >> that's right. and she was kept out of this, which can only be, as i said, i believe a pejorative move by abc, which is the most in the tank for hillary clinton. >> and by the way, along with this goes on this notion for years, that the republican party is anti-minority. >> this has been a very diverse field. people are asleep if they're not paying attention to that. >> in iowa, 62% of republican caucus-goers voted for a woman or a minority candidate. 62%. >> and the same number voted for an outsider. think of that. those are the two factors. that's a whole new world for republicans. >> real quickly, before we move on, i want to get your take on how it works in new hampshire. as i
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Jun 5, 2016 4:00pm PDT
some boxing greats. george foreman, who famously hated muhammad ali when he was his opponent and learned to admire him later in life. lennox lewis, who largely followed in the footsteps of muhammad ali. first with the gold medal, then with the heavyweight title. both have been speaking about how much they admired the champ. >> you saw him on television. there was no one more beautiful. you saw him walking down the street. he was a beautiful thing to see. what a phenomenon. you had to see him even if you pulled against him, you wanted to be a part of it. he moved around the ring. he had style and class. >> he touched me many times, and i guess the first time was, you know, when you go to school, and the teacher says well, can you write down your heroes? and, you know, i wrote down muhammad ali. and when he passed, that's what i thought about, that he was basically my first hero. >> lewis said after he won the title, he had an opportunity to speak with muhammad ali. and ali told him you're the greatest now. he said there can only be one greatest. never give up that title. >> thank
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Sep 17, 2017 4:00pm PDT
all great. when george w. bush used to come to the un, he called it his annual trip to the wax museum because that's the reaction he got. i think of president trump views it as a wax museum he should declare victory. >> you famously said if you took ten floors off, the secretary would make a lick of difference because it's so inefficient there. you still feel the same way. >> of course. nothing has changed at the un and nothing will change until we eliminate the way it's funded. eliminate the contributions and make all contributions by member states completely voluntary. that would get their attention. >> always good to talk too. thank you. fox news learn that michael : will testify before the senate intelligence committee. he confirmed he plans to meet with committee members as they prepare to conduct more interviews this month as part of their investigation into russian meddling. they say it will be a closed session meeting much like the ones given to the senate judiciary committee. the president's eldest son donald trump junior in the president's son-in-law jerrica sharp. co
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Jul 4, 2016 1:00am PDT
course host of the o'reilly factor on the fox news channel. focus tonight on george washington. good timing for independence day. tell us about it. >> george washington has been billed to the american people as this myth. that's the beauty of "legends and lies" because he was a tremendous, great man and an icon but you don't really know who he was and how he acted. people are going to be very surprised at how brutal george washington was. how tough a man he was. we portray that fairly vividly tonight at 8:00 and i think some people will be shocked to see it. >> everybody knows you are a history buff. i'm told you dipped in to your own research for the series. tell me about that. >> i have some letters written by george washington and some of his lieutenants. there are a few things that we found out about washington that people don't know. number one that he was a fairly insecure man. when he was first appointed as a colonel, he was in the british army in the french and indian war. he took over this rag tag group of patriots. they didn't know what was going next. there wasn't a declar
FOX News
Feb 14, 2016 4:00pm PST
rough like this every single day. tomorrow he'll have his brother, the former president george w. bush will be on the campaign trail with him here in south carolina. he's a popular political figure here in the state. the polls have showed that george w. bush is viewed favorably here. so trump with the booing and going after george w. bush may have some additional explaining to do here in south carolina. >> so one of the things we just showed our viewers and they may have seen it last night as it was happening is the back and forth between senators cruz and rubio. senator cruz trying to land a little bit, you went on univision and you told people you like amnesty. the comeback though was really, really strong between those two. >> reporter: they've been waiting for south carolina. ted cruz needs to do well here. he's polling in second. cruz needs to do well here having not been competitive in new hampshire. donald trump obviously winning there. cruz, winning two out of the first three states would be a huge accomplishment. and cruz and rubio are going at it hammer and tongue. they're bo
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Apr 30, 2017 10:00pm PDT
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May 8, 2016 4:00pm PDT
romney, presidents h.w. and george w. bush and former trump rival jeb bush all say they're skipping the convention in cleveland. all republican candidates signed a pledge this fall promising to support the eventual nominee. while trump negotiates politics in the republican party, he's focusing more on democrats and his likely general election challenger hillary clinton. trump is criticizing clinton for her vote in favor of the iraq war, and defending himself against her attacks he mistreats women by referencing president bill clinton's affairs. harris? >> and we'll pick it up there. hillary clinton shrugging off that sharp attack from donald trump. she says she will not run an ugly race. that was on a sunday show today. while she has no public campaign events scheduled today, rival bernie sanders is getting a jump on new jersey, holding a rally at rutgers university ahead of the state's delegate-rich primary next month. kristin fisher is live for us in washington. kristin, what did clinton say in that interview about donald trump becoming the presumptive nominee? >> this was one of
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Jan 8, 2017 11:00pm PST
come in thinking that he's going to get along and tame the russian there, clinton did it, george w. bush did it and looked into putin's eyes, obama with the reset, what do you think of the chances that they can turn a corner and in the end will it all come to ashes as it did with predecessors. >> we want to start new with russia because everyone agrees it would be better if the united states and russia had better relations. there isn't a lot of dispute about that. the question that trump has to grapple with here, less about what he's going to do to try to improve relations and more about what he's going to need putin to do. we hear a lot about the obama administration not being tough enough, not acting quickly enough on hacking and cybersecurity, but what are trump's measures going to be for putin, what does he have to do vis-a-vis assad and syria and russian meddling in ukraine, i think that's going to be the larger question that will shape the relationship. chris: i want to turn dramatically to a story that everybody was horrified and talking about this this week and that, of cou
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Aug 6, 2017 10:00pm PDT
lincoln on top of george washington. yonder. it's rodeos on top of rollercoasters. it's favorites on favorites, alice. it's very moving. get your favorites on top of your favorites. only at applebee's. >> i'm matt henry. the russia probe appears to be moving full steam ahead, this despite the president slamming the probe, claiming that special counsel robert mueller is leading a witch hunt. >> i'm not sure that i agree with the witch hunt and we'll let the facts lead us to whether or not it was a hoax or distraction, but we are where we are, and i want to see this investigation conclude so we can get on to doing the good work that the president has started with regulatory reform, healthcare and tax reform. it's a distraction i would like to get past so i can go back to supporting the president's agenda. >> former senior advisor to john kasich, and managing director for mercury llc. good evening to you, both. >> good evening. >> i want to ask you, this idea that you have a republican senator blocking the president for having the power to potentially fire the special counsel and yet th
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Jan 22, 2017 4:00pm PST
, george and think about what their words are. >> reporter: the chief of staff for the white house, reince priebus, jumping into fray on bashing this morning, saying i don't i have no idea what's in his head, harris? >> i know kellyanne conway was talking about the president today, specifically about his tax returns. >> reporter: of course, the opposition during the campaign was making a deal president trump had not released his tax returns. if you interpret kellyanne conway's comments this morning literally, we may never see the tax returns. watch here. >> the white house response is that he's not going to release the tax returns. we litigated this all through the election, people didn't care, they voted for him, and make this clear, most americans are focused on what their tax returns will look like while president trump is in office. not what his look like. >> reporter: we may be leaving all of this feuding behind as we enter the new week, harris, because the president has a full plate of policy issues on his plate. executive orders he's signing and, of course, at the end of the
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