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lewinsky. especially one about social change and then after i have accepted. then they decided to attend emily post would definitely not approve. i really think he wants to do something. i really think he wants to do something and bring our country into the world world. i think we are can have its success. the dow is turning positive for 2018. president obama's policies get demolished by president trump. we now have a date and time for the president historic summit. also five of the most dangerous commanders now captured.
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the oil is now hearing --dash mike hitting four year highs. present trouble on his way to indiana for a big speech tonight at 7:00 p.m. will bring it to you life as it happens. we will bring you tomorrow's headlines and the bottom line information you will need politics, money we have you covered. the evening edit starts right now. let's get to you the tao turning positive. the benchmark indices arise. it rose 191 points. president trump announcing the date and location of the historic summit. let's get to foxbusiness.
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edward, good to see. that is a date they are going to meet the north korean leader face-to-face. plans behind the scenes had been going on for quite some time. they know exactly who they are dealing with in north korea. they believe that they are seeing a new north korea going forward and they know the leader does not had planes that goes very far. it's in the region there. they have to facilities and can handle the security and other parts that relate to a meeting of the size. experts say they didn't want the president to look like he was going to the north korean leader. as the president right now is headed to elkhart indiana the preparations for this meeting are still going on behind the scenes. we will need you in that story as well.
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good to see you. history in the making. they are welcoming home at three american prisoners. held hostage by north korea. [indiscernible] we very much appreciate that he allowed them to go before the meeting it was understood that we would be able to get these three terrific people during the meeting and bring them home. it was nice and letting them go before the meeting. frankly we did not think that this was can is can happen and it did. dick cheney telling maria bartiromo exclusively that he is surprised about the progress that he is making a north korea. if he have told me this is can happen i would have been surprised. i'm pleased that it has.
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it offers the possibility to make significant progress. i think we have to be very careful to go operate in a way that we don't get hung out to dry. if they don't meet our standards then we walked. i think so far it has been handled well and we will see what happens. i think so far it has been handled well and we will see what happens. let's bring in the senior advisor. the present is seen he will walk. that has been true all along. we are going for a deal here. the president is not tried to trying to get an nobel prize. he's not going for pageantry like john kerry in the area and deal. deal. he at what to actually d nuclear eyes. is this whether approval
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numbers are rising to about 43 percent on average. even though i'm a foreign policy guy i think foreign policy still rules. that's going extremely well but we see america standing tall. it is a stark difference from the obama administration. starting off his administration a way to now a president who will go to the mat to get just three americans. they call that nothing big. but i think the three individuals think it's a big deal. it is a great accomplishment. the release should not be exalted and should be expected. it is no great accomplishment to do this. and when the present doesn't he weakens american foreign-policy and puts americans at risk around the world. obama did not expect this. and how does it weaken america's policy around the world. he has weakened the mayor america diplomacy around the world.
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it obstructs every single nomination for every diplomat and national security advisor. or ambassadors to anywhere around the world. that is just becoming deranged about his hatred. giancarlo wondering how did the diplomacy work with a nuclear device. those photographs in the two of them are all smiles it's almost like remarkable and surreal. in the big enthusiastic handshake. how is that possible one of the most brutal dictators on the planet.
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they follow the united states of america speaking truth that will no longer tolerate the path of north korea with regard to nuclear missiles. what is different today is at the that the united states has offered no concessions and nothing in exchange and yet we do see this remarkable moment of three americans coming home. for this could it be undercut in the facts on the ground. a north korea. his bruises --dash mike bridges and fair. they run at 20 miles per hour there. they sold it on that legacy. you could become the north korean equivalent. in the liberalization of china. why are they missing what's going on inside north korea. it goes back to the intake trump derangement.
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there must more optimistic. and the biggest change in north korea. frankly it's the american press. getting a nuclear capability. they come to the negotiating table with leverage. they want to be about economic prosperity now. they called trump uncle chuck --dash mike uncle trump. look at the news. five of the most dangerous captured. it was a cross-border thing. carried out by iraqi and american intelligence.
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under scores that the strengthening relationship between washington and baghdad. we remember that. even as they were taken over syria and oilfields. and burning them alive. they warned trump do not go it alone. not to sound to infuse some of the president. it's amazing. we've made progress because this is a back burner issue. they wanted to put much more as far as troops in syria. he wants to end the mission there. unleh the fors we hd with better rules of engagement. they really had figure this out. they did say he would avoid congress.
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have a pen to take executive actions were congress won't and i have a telephone i've got it pen and a phone. they had rolled back and gotten rid of the iran deal. your reaction. this just shows the fault of what obama did. his policies would have stuck even though they weren't turned into treaties that they had produced results. i has taken the president because of resistance a year to just come up to speed. we see solid --dash mike solid accomplishments. unemployment very well. texas gdp over 5% growth. end of the world starting to look more dangerous but a lot
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more safe over the long-term. we love having you on. let's check your money with what's going on. the end of the day in the green. they are turning positive this year for the first type and more than three weeks. the benchmark rose nearly 200 points. stocks on wall street all green areas. we also saw goldman sacs and apple teaming up on a new credit card. and the news court. with the wall street journal. nearly 6% for the quarter.
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in ford suspends production of the f1 50 after a parts maker have a buyer and the is interrupting production at least for the short term. back to you. really spooky stuff. google introduces its new robot artificial intelligence. it's literally freaking people out. look at this billionaire elon musk he saved the intelligence could become an immortal dictator. oil and gas prices are not
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going to strike that. we will tie all about that with another familiar rallying cry for impeachment. but we will show you see the democrats saying stop it. dan henegar reacts after this. it's easy to think that all money managers are pretty much the same. but while some push high commission investment products, fisher investments avoids them. some advisers have hidden and layered fees. fisher investments never does. and while some advisers are happy to earn commissions from you whether you do well or not, fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better. maybe that's why most of our clients come from other money managers. fisher investments.
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nothing draws people into insanity than high gas prices at the pump. oil well not break a hundred dollars per barrel this year. here's why. we know that the sanctions are looming. they could remove anywhere from two to 50,000. but oil prices say that the pros as prices go up.
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mideast tensions are rising. israel did a bomb that. -- ripping into the president. they are further isolating the arrest. they agree to the iran deal. how long do we have to suffer his gigantic ego. impeachment is the only answer. same maxine waters and democrats stop it. we started running on that impeachment. it did not work for the democrats rather the republicans back in 1998.
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when they impeached bill clinton. it looks like people like harry reid are beginning to realize that there could be a problem here but the democrats we just hope she keeps going out there. of having a gigantic ego is really precious because miss waters has one of the largest out there. how do voters react to that. they are going to react against it. some of the recent polls are showing that for instance the generic about used to be 16 points for the democrats and then it was six in the past week in two different poles it's between one and three points. that means the democrats are doing something wrong. present trump is flip-flopping on the iran deal.
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chuck schumer fought hard against the deal. and then voted against it. now he says they'd should not have terminated that deal but he doesn't really believe that. seems james comey. one has to be pretty up there to ignore the deal. into extend the point we were just discussing here. the democrats since day one of the trump presidency had decided they had one policy and one word. where is this everything. and now we get to the point where the presidency is succeeding and they can't get off that treadmill. here's the thing with chuck schumer back in 2015. we should not go forward with this agreement. this evil regime has stayed in
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power without even a slight threat to their being overthrown. the odds to me are too high they will stay that way and if they do stay that way i believe that this agreement as to too flawed and too dangerous for us. back in 2015. he called the evil. he said don't do that i ran a deal. as isn't it striking that democrats are not pointing out that iran is executing gay people and children over there. public protests across the country is being ignored by the democrats. the nuclear deal. but the democrats are in a tough spot. the iranian nuclear deal as we are told the signature achievement of the foreign policy legacy. he and john kerry.
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they have not figured out a way. now they have to criticize the deal without repudiating who was running in the foreign the foreign policy for eight years. they want to the agreement kept in place. but at least they are criticizing the efficiency in the deal with the fact that it doesn't control the missiles. and there is no sunset provision. the democrats won't even go that far. calling out the new york times for an article that criticized mike pompeo for being thousands of miles away when the iran deal broke. whether he removed the iran deal. he was working on north korea. i've the same number of questions today about michael cohen that i got about north
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korea. i think it's sad and another reminder that shows us just how out of touch the media is with the rest of america. it was thousands of miles away. but what they forgot to include was that he was thousands of miles away negotiating the details of the president. and bring in three brave americans back home that seems like exactly what his job is supposed to be. the president was doing his job back here this is an administration that likes to get more than one thing done in a day. the new york times as part of the resistance. and this is pretty embarrassing moment for them. he was over there getting these people back to the united states in setting up this extraordinary meeting in singapore. but they also wrote that there was no one around to try to
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brief them and what the implications were. in fact national security advisor john bolton gave a 30 minute briefing asking reporters questions for as long as they have them. we love having you on. come back soon. republicans calling out democrats saying they signed off on it as a loss. they did not come out against waterboarding until after the public was informed. he is speaking out after this. company says they'll only payane three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart.
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♪ >> do you believe the previous interrogation techniques were immoral. senator i believe that cia officers to whom you referred i believe that cia given at
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the legal tools that we were authorized. do you believe in hindsight that those techniques were immoral? >> what i believe sitting here today is that i support the heil -- higher moral standards we set forward. california senator democrat on whether enhanced interrogations are immoral. republicans calling out democrats for hypocrisy say you signed off on it as law post 911. they did not come out against waterboarding until the public was informed. what was your reaction to this debate. this is what i call retro
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active morality. from people who are sitting in the cheap seats while those of you out there we are on the front line in this war on terror. in this specific instance we have the commander in chief that bought off on it. you of the attorney general. his office of legal counsel. the director of the cia who is a former democratic staff director. and then importantly you have john brennan who is the number for official at the time. and he was later confirmed all making those decisions while she was out executing them. i think the retro active morality is hard to take. >> the cia chief we had 13 republicans including mccain.
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they all approved and board voted for john brennan to run the cia. you have the obama doj report a special prosecutor. i can tell you there is nothing worse than having and being out on the line doing with the nation needs authorized by washington only to have a washington leader move the goalpost and they go after you with the special prosecutor. they cleared them of all wrongdoing as did that cia investigation under the deputy cia director. they've been cleared multiple times for something that washington first approved and at the end of the day let's set policy ticks aside.
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we need to move forward and she has made it clear she will abide by the law. let's move forward and keep this country ahead. we have talked to a intelligence officials. and i get very frustrated because they do not see the work they are doing. the jack reed at one point. very simple. he is being water boarded. i've ask you recently would you determine that to be immoral and something that should never be done condoned in any way shape or form. your response seems to be that they don't do it. a civilized nation was doing it. i would never, obviously
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support inhumane treatment of any cia officers. they personally killed a correspondent and filmed that. i don't think there's any comparison between caa officers serving their country spirit and terrorist by their very definition are not following anybody's law. new reaction. i'm reacting as someone who has targeted capture. because they knew they wanted to be in an orange jumpsuit to be able to torture me on international television. i share her outrage. you personally were targeted i take it a little bit as a badge of honor. i was doing my job. but i share her outrage.
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i think it's outrageous to make that comparison again we have our lives out on the line. and what is quote unquote moral is decided by our government and now for the government to change its mind that's fine. we codified with that is in law. but don't go after people who were simply following the rules as they existed at the time. do you think for one day people in congress should do walk the walk that people in the intelligence community do. in terms of members of congress. now it's at 15%. i think we are seeing that firsthand. california now saying solar panels had to be in all new homes. we will show you. now letting illegal immigrants get financial aid. my next guest said new jersey is turning into an east coast
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added on the cheap. to states like arizona. chris, $10,000. we get it. clean energy is great. but the electrical grid can't handle it. they are sending their residence to arizona. they will find loopholes. i'll say there's two mini too many trees in this area the port in the middle class will be paid 10,000 or $12,000 and that does not include the cost of replacement and keeping them up. by the way this wasn't lawmakers it was the energy commission that made this ruling. they will save money by putting these and they well. what people forget there's a big fight with solar energy.
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the utility costs go up to put the coverage of the solar panel neighborhoods that are on the electrical grid. they hit the guys who are on the old version go ahead. they prop up their friends in the solar panel injury -- industry. by the way this hurts america even more broadly than california. when they demand that we use more expensive energy. it makes manufacturing our goods more expensive. in china by the way cells is a lot of these solar panel. by their own lawmakers in commissions. it's a grandstanding democrats who make it like this is great. as the poor and the middle
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class people to have to foot the bill for this. though murphy now letting illegal immigrants. is now at the east coast version of california. who ever knew that illegals would now get free tuition. go ahead. taxes are so high. they have a lot of issues. the democrats seem to have gotten off the ball. they have maybe a week of the soul searching. soul-searching. who had we forgotten. we had forgotten. and then they decide that they cared more about the working class of honduras and guatemala. they are giving them away and the state that's artie in trouble. they aren't even there illegal -- they aren't even there legally. this makes them really upset. chris, we love having you on. come back soon. the newest version of the
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we a waiting the lunch of the falcon nine rocket. is coming up in just a few minutes. first tech giants google and amazon they did attend the first artificial intelligence. a robot program that sounds so good and so much like human beings with really spooky
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stuff. looking to the book appointments. >> and looking for something on may 3. what time are you looking for. statement it's really spooky stuff. let's take a check of the alphabet. let's take a check of the stock. they bring in the panel. the democratic strategist. the plot of the things what
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the artificial intelligence it's a very real. very real. and separately concerning. you can bring about major changes for our society. that space x falcon. what is your reaction to this robot intelligence. we are very used to calling into customer service and hearing julie answer the phone this is different than that. our significant having to disclose that you are talking to a robot or artificial intelligence rather than a human being that utilize this technology to get information and essentially clone
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someone's voice and get information out of someone fraudulently. >> that's a good point. we are getting news they merit without you even knowing and now we have assigned to saint that we can break into alexa and record what you are saying in your home. it's extremely scary to think about those things. it's just the very tip of the iceberg here. let's cut to space ex. it's about to launch a maiden voyage of a falcon nine rocket. usually you can reuse them after one time. they are now saying it could oneayring out the astronauts the pentagons looking at it coming out of cape canaveral. it is going to lunch. t minus 30 seconds right now.
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this is going to take up momentarily and then it will come down to a drone of the coast of florida. let's listen the countdown. it will go through and abort. we are currently looking into a little bit more detail. they are able to sustain the mission. let's bring back madison and capri. as a private company doing it what do you think? >> i think what the ultimate goal here is to bring the cost way down so eventually regular people can go to the moon or mars and potentially live there in the long term but
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obviously it didn't work out right now. it is definitely interesting to see what's can happen here and if they are able to cut the cost down it's a good thing. i'm afraid to take up a plane from here to there. from ohio to washington. i think it is a matter of a balance with the public-private partnership. they have the force of the enteral government behind it. those things were able to be applied to the private sector later. i love the space program etiquette also i think it also gives us the orange drink tang. you will be back with us after the break. it has been delayed. we will bring you the latest breaking news on this.
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joe manchin now saint he supports the republican tax cut. it sounds like at john kerry move. but is this a sign of panic they are now moving towards the policy. the panel will take this on after this. it's easy to think that all money managers are pretty much the same. but while some push high commission investment products, fisher investments avoids them. some advisers have hidden and layered fees. fisher investments never does. and while some advisers are happy to earn commissions from you whether you do well or not, fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better. maybe that's why most of our clients come from other money managers. fisher investments. clearly better money management.
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not the other way around. the president knows i'm for tax cuts and tax relief. in west virginia i did more than any governor. basically they went to 21%. i thought 25 was more than sufficient. we went an extra $400 billion and we should have.
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where they talked about making individual rates permanent i am definitely. i'm going to be there to fix things. joe manchin is a democrat facing a tough reelection fight this year. he is for tax cuts. he tries to sound more like your parents democrat. he was again sent to begin with. he is now in favor of gina haskell. let's bring back the political panel. madison, your reaction. some of the others are grasping for straws right now. there is a chance they will not get reelected there in washington because they want to get elected again and again. the people in this country had had enough.
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not something they've seen over the past year and a half. this is just one step in the right direction. they realize that they need to get on their side. do you think americans will fall for this kind of rhetoric. when they're standing in the breach he did not vote for the tax cuts and now he's putting it there. i'll think america will fall for that. i think a party leader. not the u.s. senate. joe manchin is facing a very delicate talents between satisfied party leadership and satisfying his state. why not take a stand and say we are for tax cuts. why do they see an amount and them out and say this is the way to go.
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i think joe manchin obviously is going to live to regret that. he basically buckled because he didn't want to be the one outlier and now his can have to display that. let's change topics. the democrats of the house intelligence committee are releasing thousands of facebook ads. 470 counts. 3,000 ads. so madison, what to make of the story about russian ads on facebook. there is no excuse for any outside government trying to get involved in our government. i'm really sick of that take news and read a creek going around. >> are they underestimating the intelligence of voters.
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we will make up our own minds. i think the problem here is the ability to really discern real news from fake news in the context of facebook or anything else. what has happened with so much volume of information when you get on facebook you're not there to write a school report. thank you so much. don't go away. stay with us. dollars in assets under care, by thinking about your goals as much as you do.
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much cape canaveral, florida, they will try again tomorrow. thank you so much for having us in your home. thank you for watching. charles payne is here with making money. charles: stocks surging at the return of three american hostages in north korea. president trump on the verge of his big meeting. we have a date set for that. the dow has a 6-day winning streak it was boost along with the economy. we had better than expected jobless claims and -- and decelerating rates. es


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