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with boris johnson. david: gang, thank you very much. we appreciate you folks watching. have you a wonderful weekend. that does it for bulls and bears. we'll see you next time. liz: the president playing hardball, increasing usmght s. tariffs -- increasing u.s. tariffs on chinese goods. the president flies with the first lady to the g-7 meeting. we debate what the white house is saying china started this fight, it's been playing dirty for decades. and saying china is a economic and it in threat. if china played fair, and was not such a cheater.
even google and the silicon valley noting an increase in searching on recession. democrat chaos. protesters shoving and protesting at the dnc summer meeting. bernie sanders touting his green new deal saying that fossil fuel executives should be criminally prosecuted. bernie sanders mocking and ridiculing a student who simply asked bernie sanders about his own carbon footprint. rashida tlaib claiming that the president attacked her quote because of her ethnicity. we go behind the story showing what israel is warning. the anti-israel boycott movement has deep ties to terror organizations committing major human rights abuses. we have the details from
dr. zuhdi jasser. earn angel mom whose son was brutally murdered by an illegal immigrants. the new federal statistics showing the big number of non-citizen federal arrests. a clear majority of americans out from monmouth university. 59% don't want impeachment. the latest, the new push for the democrat chair house judiciary jerry nadler to try to do just that. "the evening edit" starts right now. welcome to the show, you are watching the fox business network. president trump upping the ante with china, increasing the tariffs on chinese goods in
response to china slapping tariffs on u.s. products. gerri willis is at the new york stock exchange for the market reaction. reporter: at the speech today federal reserve chairman jerome powell opened the door for a rate cut. he says he's look at global uncertainty and a global slow 0down. he said the federal reserve as appropriate to maintain its economic expansion. he pointed out inflation is rising a little bit. we have low unemployment. those can be used to hold rates where they are. the president says he does not see an economy in trouble. >> i think we are close to neutral. no one knows where neutral is
and i won't pretend i do. they have -- the fed has a couple challenges. reporter: one of those challenges he believes is a big balance sheet and trade uncertainty. that's what president trump would like the federal reserve to help him with on take on china. basically saying there is no roadmap for rate cuts during a time of great trade uncertainty. i can feel the seriousness at jackson hole rise as the president threw the federal reserve in front of the trade debate. i asked about the president's tweet and all i got back were smiles and chuckles. liz: if you don't make money, overreacting, you make money while others overreact by
keeping cool. >> what a day in the markets today. the dow down 623 points or 2.4%. the s & p down 2.46%. big move, big sell-off, all because of this conversation about trade and the trump tweets that were so much a part of the conversation today. they were down. apple the worst of the bunch down 4.6%. they are reliant on china for their supply chain. there was a real shot across the bow when the president said american companies need to bring operations home from overseas. it would take apple five years to bring their operations out of
china. chips also down. the philadelphia chip index is down 4.4%. microchip, and intel also down. autos, and these are categories that china said they are going to list their tariffs on. ford was down 4.7%. tesla almost 4. crude oil, guess what, china says they will put tariffs on u.s. oil. so big day in the market. we'll have to wait and see how it plays out. but i think traders are just glad it's over. liz: let's bring in eric is source. your take on the president ramping up tariffs on china. >> i think after a lot of uncertainty, we didn't get that much.
the chinese tariffs will only affect a few million in chinese exports. if a chinese good is priced out at 25% and we are not buying it any more or importing it it doesn't matter if it's 30%. we got a smaw tariff move by china and the u.s. liz: let's listen to what peter navarro said. >> the $75 billion worth of tariffs in terms of the combined $30 trillion economy is not something for the stock market to worry about, and we are cool here. liz: james, your reaction? >> i agree with eric. we haven't seen a big impact on these tariffs. producers have but not consumers in the u.s. as we go into the g-7 meeting, those are your friends.
they are our friends against china. let's work there at least to lower tariffs as a start to getting back to something like normal. liz: next week we'll get a better read on the recession talk. we'll see new gdf rescissions for the second quarter. to james' point about the g-7. the imf, world bank, moody's downloading global growth. china is slowing down. 19 countries that use the europe oh. how is this going to hit the u.s.? >> i agree with jim. we should be nice to our friends. the idea is china is a bad trade partner. we focus our attention on their predatory policies. the u.s. economy is led by our domestic decisions, our tax policies and federal spending policies and regulatory spending
policies. the world economy slusm muching doesn't matter that much. if we take care of our own policies we'll be fine. liz: police in france are bracing for protests from the yellow vests and anarchists. president trump does face pressure to dial it back on china and iran. >> the same forces that put president trump in office have got boris johnson on the ascendancy in the u.k. are unhappy with the european union's anti-democratic tendencies and spending problems we have. the yellow vest was touched off with macron trying to raise energy prices in the name of global warming. i think some inward looking before it french and germans
what they could do to reduce the weight of the government on the economy in europe would be helpful. liz: thank you for your insight. really appreciate it. 2020 democrats pay off in their policies. new video surfacing. protesters shoving and pushing chaos at the dnc summer meeting. we'll take you there. separately a college student schools bernie sanders on do as i say, not as i do, with bernie burning fossil fuels. we'll take to you that story. french prosecutors open a preliminary probe on whether jeffrey epstein committed crimes there. we have details how he used his wealth to threaten and intimidate journalists looking into what he was doing. that story next.
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ahead in the polls? >> former vice president, great name recognition. if they want someone who primarily can defeat donald trump because he's more mott rat. when his lead grows it's because bernie sanders is falling back. i don't think he's going to be the nominee. i think it will be elizabeth warren. liz: bernie sanders thinks he's going to win the presidency. he's basically touting his $16 trillion new green deal. he's saying fossil fuel executives should be criminally prosecuted. now he's making fun at a student who called him out for his contribution to global warming. >> what steps would you take to practice what you preach if you become president. i know it's stressful you have
to travel a lot and you have to use fossil fuels. >> i have to travel, i am not going to tell you we won't use fossil fuels. liz: he spent $5 million demanding to only fly private jets. and last year $300,000 on private airplanes, not flying with everyone else. in mrs. clinton's book, she said her biggest mistake, she says she should have ex labored it better. we have bernie sanders threatening to jail oil executives. the. joe biden saying we'll have no fossil fuels.
you can't live by their plan without a drastic reduction in your lifestyle. we are seeing that when people ask bernie about his private jets. you can't do it. people are -- you have written a book about the middle ages. buying indulgences. most of ordinary people can't do that. it's just crazy. but more than crazy. i think it will alienate a lot of voters. there were a lot of people who worked in the energy industry. i don't think they will buy this will be a smart new green job for you when you lose your job fracking. liz: the ballot box poison, rahm emanuel, harry reid said that, obama's inner circle is warn being it. you will see weird policies coming out. bernie is so scared he can't get
the labor union vote because they are going to wipe out his. we are talking about a mindset here to your point. it's a new mindset. >> completely. if you wonder, if you look at the first two democratic debates. where is the private sector except as an enemy to extract money to throw into jail if you work for a fossil fuel company. it's crazy. what this means if it were put into practice. not just it could cost an astronomical amount of money. it would be a reduction in the standard of living for millions of americans. hits * i shouldn't have said it's a new mindset. >> one of the things that drives me crazy as someone who has
followed joe biden for 30-40 years. he has been a liberal the whole time. he only looks moderate because sanders wants to put people in jail. liz: i talked to democrats around the country. they are terrified. they don't like what they are hearing from the 2020 democrats. >> they say that. because in the polling none of the moderate democrats lose by the slightest. joe biden is in the lead. but if you add up elizabeth warren and bernie sanders, none of the people who had even the slightest sensible programs moved an inch. liz: new video surfacing. protesters shoving and pushing at the dnc summer meeting.
jeff paul has that story. >> they want to make their individual cases about the best person to challenge president trump. but the one democrat polls say is the best chance is a no-show. joe biden and pete buttigieg skipping out. >> this is about the future. what are we going to do? what are our positions? reporter: but across the country back in san francisco one candidate is now bowing out. that's congressman seth moulton. voters, independent like obama
trump voters and disaffected republicans, bring the country together around beating the hateful politics of donald trump. reporter: john hickenlooper ended his bid in the last few days. >> sleep right candidates with millions of twiller followers, and billionaires who buy their way on to the debate stage. reporter: the dnc saying there are a dozen issues to focus on and zeroing in on one could set a difficult precedent. the next time the dnc will get together will be in july in
mitch mcconnell when they nominate a candidate for president. liz: a judge appointing a powerhouse possible youthor to probe why charges were suddenly dropped against jussie smollett for staging a hate crime. later in the show, the real-life impact of weak borders, weak border security. we'll hear from an american mother whose 18-year-old son was brutally murdered by an illegal immigrant. it's something the democrats won't talk about. what might seem like a small cough can be a big bad problem for your grandchildren. babies too young to be vaccinated against whooping cough
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letter saying he had been taken off suicide watch after he was evaluated by a psychologist who concluded that suicide watch was no longer warranted. reports that epstein used his money and power to intimidate and threaten reporters at places like "vanity fair" magazine. reporter: french prosecutors announced they are launching their own investigation into epstein and possible co-conspirators after receiving information from u.s. authorities. epstein had a residence in paris and was flying back from there when he was arrested. prosecutors say they are looking into rape of minors, sexual abuse of children and conspiracy crimes.
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as council on the iran contra trial. >> this case is important. he thinks the public's confidence in criminal justice has been affected and i intend to move quickly. reporter: the special pratt kiewlsor says he'll move quickly to take information from agencies that already investigated and will interview witnesses. sheila o'brien can be credited with the special prosecutor being appointed. she filed the petition in court arguing the public deserves the entire truth. justice o'brien says she hopes quick fox testified -- she hopes kim foxx testified under oath. >> i'm not concerned with the
outcome. this was all about the fairness of the process. reporter: kim foxx's office says it will cooperate with the special prat prosecutor and mais that he has nothing to do with the hoax. liz: we are tracking other stories for you tonight. we have got a frightening scene in the sky. 11 passengers on a hawaiian airline flight after an engine problem sent smoke into the cabin. scary moments on the rails. authorities in sacramento, california investigating why a passenger train and maintenance train collided. none of the injuries are life-threatening. to the amazon rain forest.
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liz: if you think illegal immigration is not a vick limbless crime, two-thirds of federal arrests involve non-citizens. innocent american citizens cannot get jobless benefits because the illegal workers used their stolen social security numbers. let's bring in laura wilkerson. her son was brutally murdered by an illegal immigrants. >> joshua was 18 and a senior in high school. he was asked for a ride home by someone who was a classmate and here illegally in the country. he beat josh in the head with a closet rod. he kicked him where his spleen
splait split in two. he tide him up like an animal and set him in a field and set him on fire. liz: it's a disturbing story. i want your reaction to this. prominent democrats who talked tough on illegal immigration. they sounded a lot like president trump. >> we are a nation of immigrants. but we are also a nation of laws. it is wrong and ultimately self-defeating for a nation of immigrants to permit the kind of abuse our immigration laws we have seen in recent years and we must do more to stop them. >> we need to address the issue of immigration and the challenge we have of undocumented people in the country, we certainly don't want any more coming in. >> it is a crisis and there it is scene emergency. >> illegal immigration is wrong. a primary goal of comprehensive
immigration reform must be to dramatically ask ask' temperature' stop future illegal immigration. >> those in the country illegally broke the rules. they didn't wait their turn. they shouldn't be lept off easy. >> they are right. you have to wait what the change about. it's still a problem it's been a problem for a lot of years. something has got to be done about it. we have got to fix it. liz: you debated nancy pelosi recently. nancy pelosi said we don't want anyone coming in. but you had a different interaction with nancy. >> i told her what my story was and she of course said she prayed for me. but she told me everyone in her sanctuary cities were legal
citizens, or law abiding citizens. they are not citizens and don't need sanctuary from the law. liz: democrat speaker' rono had harsh words for the administration. >> i think the trump administration sit around every day thinking of ways to be cruel to these immigrants. tomorrow they will come up with something else. >> it's absolutely stupid. i don't want to be cruel to anybody. but everybody has to observe the same laws or else we'll be lawless. everybody has to follow the law. they need to change the laws, close some of the loopholes of asylum. that lady is absolutely wrong. liz: there seems to be a reluctance in the media to cover angel moms like you.
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avoid policy. those organizations believe in the bds movement, boycott, divestment and sanctions. they throw rockets on to neighborhood in israel, on to women and children. they are war mongers. the bds movement is about the right of return to palestinians. it means the end of the state of israel. it is a movement that has no end point other than the destruction of the state of israel. the organization that sponsored her trip that was paid for it, 5 ,miftah says female suicide bombers are sacrificing their lives for the cause. you didn't see congressman nadler criticize -- you saw congressman nadler criticizing
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>> they are working with the fringe that are apologists for islamic jihad. these radical movements are becoming the face of the democratic party. instead of marginalizing the fringe of their party, they are blaming the president when he is defending our ally and propping up the defense of israel critical of radical movements like bds. the truth is on the side of the president's policies. liz: dr. zuhdi jasser, thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. we have news on jerry nadler's push for impeachment. he's calling on a number of committees in the house to turn over document on impeachment to him. monmouth university says the american people don't want
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liz: democrat jerry nadler is the chair of the house judiciary. he is now asking house intelligence, house financial services, house oversight, and house foreign affairs to turn over their impeach trump information that they've collected to his committee. let's bring in former fbi assistant director bill gavin. great to see you, sir.
is this real or go nowhere? ways and means aren't turning over the tax returns because they don't have them. >> it is go nowhere. it is once again the palpable hatred for the president of the united states by the democrats is blatantly evident right now. they are trying to get all the information from committees, which they shouldn't be getting the information from and probably won't get the information from, just to try to impeach the president of the united states. and that's not going to work. >> you know, bill, trump's attorneys just this week told a judge that these committees cannot invoke the possibility of impeachment. they're doing that to try to get his bank records out of deutsche bank and capital one, and those banks today refuse to say even if they have trump's tax returns. your take on that? >> and they have done the right thing. they are trying every way possible -- i think they did something based on a california law that somehow -- sneaky
invasion of maybe reagan's tax accounts at one time. they are not going to be successful in this, liz. it is just more diffusion of the truth and having them -- having these fake news media and the congress itself doing things that they should never be doing, only to impeach this president. liz: you know, we have new information coming to light that that hilary clinton private e-mail server problem was worse than realized. senate finance and senate homeland security sent a letter to senior republicans including senators chuck grassley saying that peter strzok at the fbi and the obama state department were indifferent, dismissive. they down played highly-classified info on hillary's private e-mail server. we also have reports that a china backed company had planted software code on her server in order to hack into and get her e-mails forwarded to china. your take on that? >> it is not surprising at all.
you had the director of the fbi jim comey deny that anything was wrong there, that was prosecuteable. what she did on that server is felonious. she should have been taken to task and prosecuted on that. she knew all that information on that server that she had was classified information, should have never been there. had access to the two people in colorado who set the whole system up. it doesn't surprise me that the chinese hacked into it and the russians probably did too. liz: striking that the accusation is peter strzok whoever saw her e-mail server probe at the fbi was indifferent, dismissive. let's move on. cnn has hired as a contributor, former fbi official andrew mccabe. he was fired after the justice department inspector found he, quote, lacked candor including under oath, about leaking info to the press. cnn has andrew mccabe now. your take on this? >> it's just indicative of what cnn and msnbc are about.
msnbc has another former assistant director of the counterintelligence division, who said some bizarre things on president trump, the issue of the flag was a message to the nazis, that's not. you have clapper ousted. you have brennan ousted. you have comey ousted. you know, pretty soon with all these people that are ousted, the higher the fired, it wouldn't surprise me to see comey sitting on the anchor desk in al-jazeera. these stations are doing crazy things. liz: we have the doj ig report coming out soon on the probe of the russia probe. your take on these now, andrew mccabe and others at cnn and msnbc? quick final word? >> i think they are probably -- i wish the report -- i think it is probably going to be indicted
on that. liz: we appreciate it. thank you for having us in your homes. thank you for watching. we hope we helped you tonight. lou dobbs is up next on fox business network. have a good weekend. david: good evening i'm david asman sitting in for the vacationing lou dobbs. for years american presidents have sat idly allowing the communist chinese government to steal american intellectual property and rip off the american people to the tune of trillions of dollars. well, today president donald trump said enough is enough. the president raising tariffs 5% on 550 billion dollars of chinese products, retaliating hours after china placed tariffs on 75 billion dollars of american products. now, the president today also demanding american companies start looking for alternatives to china, including the idea of