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right now. thanks so much for joining us. >> see you back here tomorrow. on friday! good morning everyone. today is thursday, the 6th of november, 2014. i'm anna kooiman in for elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. her abduction caught on camera but this morning that woman has been found alive. >> come get her. >> what did police know about her kidnapper? we're live at her home with the developing details straight ahead. >> what a story. >> this map shows a clear blow to the democrats. look at all of that red. but it's not so clear to our president. he says tuesday's voters are the minority. >> to everyone who voted, i want you to know i hear you. to the two thirds voters who chose not to participate in the process yesterday, i hear you too. >> is he in denial or just
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being defiant? we're going to report and you decide. >> call it a new campaign record. one election barely over but rand paul seems ready to run against hillary. you think so? mornings -- i know this for sure -- are better with friends. >> welcome back aboard. live from studio e. brian, she's here and she's in good shape considering she ran the new york city marathon. >> yes. i slept with my medal under my pillow. we'll do the debrief 6:30 this morning. you raised $60,000. a big thank you to all. >> we get to see some of this along the way. >> yes. >> fantastic. >> we'll get your time too at some point? >> that's why she's got the
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watch. >> a couple of years ago the president said he got shellacked by the midterms. people said he would have some words. he didn't have big describeer about the loss. he didn't seem to say there would be a shakeup. he said i hear you, america, what happened. but it seemed to go in one ear and out the other. watch this. >> to everyone who voted, i want you to kn you. to the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate in the process yesterday, i hear you too. >> is this just a problem with gridlock in washington and everybody's upset with the town of washington, d.c.? it's not your policies that the american ehecht rat is upset -- the american electorate is upset about? brit hume was on with megyn kelly last night. >> i think more than he think he was trying to call
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attention to the fact that less than half the electorate participated and belittle the results as not all that meaningful or important. and to take it a step further, not all that related to him. at least that's how it struck me when i heard him say it. >> i thought it was almost comical sometimes. i thought the questions were probing and direct. the president, the way he went around the answer and maybe each and every time forget the question. when he said i thought the high point, or low point was when he said i'm going to get some legislation i'm not going to sign and do some things that's going to tick you off. either you're going to really like me or really, really like me. he's going to do his own thing. there was a sense of i understand the new landscape but i'm not changing at all. is there another question? that was pretty much the tenor. one thing i thought was interesting, on the republican side there was a bit of pressure. a much different tact from mitch mcconnell. he seemed methodical, didn't seem eebility.
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-- didn't seem he ebulli'nt. >> the president said i just want to hear from republicans. republicans are picking a more proactive approach and laying out what they think they'll be doing. >> john boehner and the new -- prospective -- he's probably going to be the majority leader of the senate, mitch mcconnell, they've got an op-ed in the "wall street journal" today. it says essentially the americans have entrusted republicans with control of both the house and the senate so here's how we're going to fix the economy. essentially he's saying -- they're saying let's go obama. here's what they'd like to do. fiction the -- fix the complex tax code that drives jobs overseas. we've talked about that a
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lot. the highest rate in the world. they'd like to repeal the unpop har tax on medical devices, part of the affordable care act. >> and install the keystone pipeline which would bring about tens of thousands of jobs. >> these are things he thinks he can get consensus on and do this thing call passing the budget. the president, all he did was talk about was immigration. what the republicans seem to be talking about is some type of tax reform. when the president says essentially i will give you -- i will give you the motivation to do some immigration reform by legitimately threatening you with my own immigration reform if you don't do immigration reform the way i want you to. do you understand? the game is rigged according to the president. >> because essentially what he was saying is you're going to have more of the same. he talked a lot about common ground, but he didn't talk anything about compromise. keep in mind for the last two years the house of representatives has passed
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hundreds of bills, and then they take them in, they wheel them in to harry reid's office, they put them on his desk and they just sit here. >> and they die. >> and they die. the message of the mid tems was clear. washington is sitting there and america thinks you're broken. our question of the day is do you think the president got the mental of the midterms? -- got the message of the midterms? is he defiant? is he in denial? you can facebook us, tweet us as well. >> a lot of times when candidates are on the campaign trail people will say is he somebody you would like to have a beer with. president obama yesterday kind of addressed that. listen to this. >> you know actually i would enjoy having some kentucky bourbon with mitch mcconnell. i don't know what his preferred drink is, but my interactions with mitch mcconnell, you know, he has always been very
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straightforward with me. >> the one time they met face-to-face, i'm sure he was. >> in fact, a reporter during the press conference asked the president, he said how come you've only met with him a couple of times? is it because you don't like a mint julep? a bourbon? >> that is the headlines in "the daily news" today. the president says i would like some kentucky bourbon with mitch. that is kind of a charming thing to say if only at the white house correspondents dinner about a year ago the president didn't say this about having a cocktail with mitch. >> why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell, they ask. really? why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell. >> mitch mcconnell did have fun with it the next day. but let's see if they do little things where they know they can get a consensus like the x.l.
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pipeline and maybe start doing real things. the first real thing would be financing the war and getting permission to fight the war or whatever we're doing right now against isis. that will be before november's out. >> meanwhile it's eight minutes after the top of the hour. and heather childers is joining us here in studio e where she has been dispatched to do the news. and we start with shocking news about somebody we listened to for many, many years. heather. >> shocking charges this morning, if you can believe it, of a acdc linked to murder. phil rod accused of hiring a hit man to kill two people in new zealand. he appeared in court. he looked disheveled. no details of the alleged plot are being revealed. we know he is being charged with possession of meth and marijuana. he is now free on bail. he will be back in court at the end of the month. breaking overnight, after going missing, the
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body of a 20th century fox executive was just found. police say hikers found gavin smith in a desert near los angeles. his mercedes turned up hast year in a storage locker linked to james creek, a convicted drug dealer. smith was reportedly in a relationship with his wife. despite the reports that dozens of gitmo prisoners are returning to the battle field, the obama administration just released another one. this one is now back in his homeland of kuwait after nearly 13 years at gitmo. he is the first prisoner released since bowe bergdahl was exchanged for five taliban generals. sources say the administration is fast tracking transfers before the new republican-led senate can put a stop to it. al-odah was accused of being an associate of osama bin laden but the administration says he is no longer a threat. what do you think? country music's biggest night all about this star.
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> stuck in my head all morning long. miranda lambert taking home nuclear power c.m.a. -- taking home four c.m.a. awards, breaking records held by martina mcbride. and some taking shots at the president and taylor swift. >> i'll be the first one to say president obama does not care about postpartum taylor disorder. >> i'm pretty sure that is why he lost the senate. how do you know the president doesn't care? >> i asked him. >> when did you ask the president? >> yesterday. i jumped the white house fence, ran across the lawn. the door was wide open. >> wow. getting a little political. a little rough there. brad later spilled the
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beans on some huge baby news. he revealed that carrie who we know is pregnant is having a boy. those are a look at your headlines. getting a little dicey. >> hilarious. >> the chemistry between the two is so great. and i love miranda lambert with meaghan trainor with "all about that bass." >> they get to talk. these guys sit down, they say a few words. people calm down. we'll go a little over. >> like the old days. >> like this show. we can go on and on. >> we can't now because we have a fox news alert. her abduction caught on camera but this morning that woman has been found alive. carlesha freeplanned gaither was kidnapped from her home. now she is reunited with her family.
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now we have the details. what do police now about her kidnapper? >> police say he has a lengthy rap sheet and he has been caught doing pretty nasty things to with many. this morning here, carlesha's cousin stepped outside of the north philly home where her mother lives to speak to us. she says her cousin is still shaken up. we asked her if carlesha knows the man everybody has seen in the video that police have in custody, she said they are not sure. the entire country waited to see what would happen to the kidnapped nurse as she was snatched off the street and it was caught on camera. take a listen to what her cousin says this morning. >> she wants to tell everybody, the media, the public, our facebook, our instagram fans that she loves y'all and she wants to thank you all so much for your support right now. that's all she kept saying was thank you, thank you, thank you. >> she didn't confirm
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whether carlesha was at her parents house but her attacker will be in court sometime this morning. >> a crazy story with a happy ending. >> fortunately. 13 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox & friends," one election barely over but rand paul seems ready to run against hillary. >> one issue that sent voters to the poll, the economy. charles payne to weigh in on that. good morning to you, chuck. ♪ ♪
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>> more americans have health insurance. manufacturing has grown. our deficits have shrunk. our dependence on foreign oil is down as are gas
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prices. businesses aren't just creating jobs at the fastest pace since the 1990's, our economy is outpacing most of the world. >> the president giving himself a great report card. >> pat on the back. >> his own back. the day after voters opted for republicans, the president told americans his economic policies worked over the past six years. >> our national debt is $ $17.9 trillion. plus $92.6 million left the workforce in september. and the poverty rate among black americans is 27.2%, up from 24.6% in 2008. so what can republicans do you to -- what can republicans do to turn things around? charles paip is here. >> all the things the president talked about, he hardly had anything to do with any of that stuff. the fracking miracle, which by the way, we know we are
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the strongest economy among western countries because they're further ahead in the experiments he put us through in the last six years. the economy is doing better. there is no doubt about that. people get upset because it's where it should have been four years ago. >> it's grown at 3% instead 1.2. >> this is the worst post recession recovery in the history of america. our wages are where they were over a decade ago. they have not moved, yet the cost of living has gone up. people dropping out of the workforce, the poverty rate is up, those things are devastating. those are things that are part and parcel of trying to build this great giant social welfare utopia where no one makes too much and no one makes too little. >> we'll be happier if we adopt your plan. quickly. >> the republicans, focus. i like when mcconnell talked about ted cruz,
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saying americans need to believe washington can work again. cut tax bills, low-hanging fruit. less taxes means more money in america. more money means we all do better. energy deals. you guys talked about keystone. we've got draconian deals out this. even coal companies -- >> e.p.a. regulations. >> even coal companies want to have so-called clean coal but they can't do it overnight. the measures that have been put forth to them have been a death knell to them. let's start passing a budget. it's easy. >> let's have a budget so we can debate something. charles, thanks for coming in. don't miss charles because making money with charles is on the fox business network. (receptionist) gunderman group.
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update on the midterm elections. virginia senate race still too close to call. republican ed gillespie trailing mark warner by 17,000 votes. officials going through all the votes to certify them now. the race between republican dan sullivan and incumbent mark begich also up in the air. officials are weighing in 40,000 absentee and early ballots. sullivan was spotted removing his campaign science.
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>> in north carolina, campaign drama. a campaign woman allegedly kicked a voter in the groin. no details on why this all went down or what kind of ice tea it was. >> we love our kids but that doesn't mean they aren't making us sick, and diseases that hit them may hit us as adults even harder. here with the five you should look out for is fox news medical a team dr. marc siegel. good morning. the first one is the virus known as the hand foot and mouth disease. >> it is called hand foot and mouth disease because you get blisters. when kids have that, they have headaches, sore throats. i worry about adults getting this because if they have h.i.v., diabetes, you can get a much worst case. also pregnant women. if you're around kids that have hand, foot and mouth
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disease, you have to watch out for t. >> what are some of the symptoms? >> the main symptoms are the blisters, headaches, fevers and sore throats and feeling very fatigued. >> next up we have hepatitis a. >> we think of that mainly for developing countries. i make sure all of my patients that are traveling to developing countries in the middle east and asia get a hepatitis a vaccine. it takes a few months to be active. that really helps. but i worry about adults that get hepatitis a who already have underlying liver disease. if they have hepatitis b or hepatitis c. on top of that i give them this. or if they are very elderly it can be a big problem. >> next up is fipps disease. >> it is number five in frequency between chicken pox and mumps. it gives kids red cheeks.
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it's from a virus. i worry about it in pregnant women and people with underlying anemia because it can give you decreasing blood count. adults get it, they get more of a problem than kids have with it. >> if you're a pregnant woman or someone who is anemic, you should try to stay away even more than the average american? >> be on the alert. absolutely. >> i think the most common one is chicken pox. as an adult it can be magnified. >> this is what everybody is asking: if you have had chicken pox, you can get shingles. if you have never had chicken pox as a kid and didn't get the vaccine, what you get a grown up who has chicken pox. if you get it as a grown-up you've got to watch out for pneumonia, dehydration, brain swelling. this is a serious disease if you're an adult getting it. i tell everyone out this if you haven't had the chicken pox vaccine you can still
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get it. puts you at risk for shingles but not chicken pox. >> 27 minutes after the hour. coming up, democrats using race to sway voters but fox news contributor stacy dash calling that garbage. >> that's the propaganda that's false. that makes it someone else's fault, your life, your destiny, anything you want is dependent on somebody else. that is not true. >> she'll be here live in a few minutes. one election is barely off but rand paul seems ready to fight against hillary? the tweets going out. last night's country music awards. ♪ ♪ [coughing]
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>> last night republicans picked up a dozen seats in the house to give them their biggest majority since world war ii. or as they put it, time to party like it's 1939. >> by the time jimmy fallon was done dancing we're talking about 2016. we talked about it on the couch with governor christie yesterday and a few others, but rand paul during the night of the election could not help but take aim at hillary clinton. >> on his facebook he started a gallery with, as you can see down below there, the hash tag hillary losers. he goes on, he features a bunch of people.
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you can see michelle nunn. you can see mr. udall. the list goes on and on. the biggest loser on tuesday was hillary clinton. even though the midterm just over, rand paul pretty much is running for president. it's pretty clear. >> you would have thought it would take at least until next summer. why wait? >> paul ryan came out and said she is not inevitable. then hillary barbour says blaming the election on hillary clinton is a bridge too far but she put in the time to endear herself to the party perhaps. i made 54 stops in 30 states. the problem is none of those candidates are in power right now. >> they were in hotly contested races and they all lost. so when it comes time for hillary to be making campaign stops there again, they're not going to be the heavy hitters they would have been when they're private citizens instead of holding public office. >> hillary since she is on
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the outside, she can run against congress. my friend lost. i did my best. you know, that's what friends are for. what do you think? is there some strategy to this or is that just how it wound snup >> is it going to work to hillary's benefit instead >> are they hillary's losers or ultimately hillary's helpers? let us know. >> something people have opinions on, democrats or republicans, that is gitmo. he took the money and ran. a brand-new report says the united states paid a ransom for the release of sergeant bowe bergdahl. one problem? the afghan who mediated the deal took the cash and took off. this was before we swapped the alleged army deserter for five gitmo prisoners. the pentagon denying the report. the list of attorney general eric holder got shorter this morning.
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we're hearing u.s. attorney loretta lynch is being eyed as the top candidate. a spokesman for lynch says she will not discuss her prospects. the harvard grad currently serves on a justice department review board. an extreme case of road rage caught on camera. take a look. this group of men seen fighting over a parking spot at the mall. one gets so angry, this happens. >> there goes his car too. two people had to jump out of the way just seconds before the driver cashed into their s.u.v. no word yet on whether that driver was caught, but we know that he is going to face some charges this. and have a messed up car.
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>> did the guys catch him? >> we don't know yes. look for a wrecked vehicle. >> man oh man. she is out on the slick streets of new york city now. >> we have rain across noorks. there-- across new york city. we have a storm system as far as texas up to the northeast. it will be cold enough that some of that rain will be snow for some of you across portions of new england. we have winter storm warnings in effect across the state of maine. if you remember, about a week ago we picked up over a foot of snow and now the forecast calling for 8 to 12 inches of additional snow from this round as we head through friday and wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour will be possible. temperature wise, very cool across portions of the great lakes. highs only in the 40's in places like chicago and also in minneapolis. let's head back inside. >> i cannot believe we're
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talking about a foot of snow already in new england. maria, thank you very much. >> meanwhile the new york city marathon had more than 50,000 runners. do you know any of those people? >> anna kooiman ran this past sunday in just under four hours and all for a very special cause. is this true, anna? >> absolutely. you see us holding hands this? we're holding hands for a good cause to raise money for the folds of honor foundation which gives scholarship money to our nation's heroes. we're north of $50,000 now. >> we're headed to the starting line. anna kooiman from "fox & friends" and? >> major dan from folds of honor. >> we'll see you in a few hours hopefully. >> on your mark! ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ >> we did it! >> 26.2. >> i love you, 26.2! ♪ ♪ >> this was for all the men and women in uniform, everybody at fox, thanks for changi! >> thank you.
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>> without you, these scholarships are not possible. ♪ ♪ >> anna kooiman, fantastic. >> thank you. folks to donate, you can still donate, go to foldsofhonor.com or go to our website, friends@foxnews.com. to see some of the recipients say thank you for the pain we went through -- you saw the little boy? his dad actually died while serving. his education is going to be taken care of. and his mother is in school right now at the university of tennessee getting her education taken care of. >> major dan rooney has done some extraordinary things not only as a fighter pilot but since then. >> yeah. we finished in a good time. we did 3.54, beat our goal. >> you know what's amazing, at the end you looked the same way he did at the
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beginning. >> fantastic. >> coming up straight ahead, you saw democrats use race to sway voters, but fox news contributor stacy dash calling that garbage. >> that's the propaganda that's false. then that makes it someone else's fault. your life, your destiny is dependent on somebody else. that is not true. >> that is what she told bill o'reilly. she is here live next. >> the president not getting the message from the midterms and vowing to use the power of his pen to do whatever he wants. just how far can he go? judge napolitano knows how far that pen works. he's coming up. ♪ ♪ i'm an idaho potato farmer
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on tuesday, democrats used the race card to try to sway voters. it apparently did not work. and fox news contributor stacy dash, who grew up biracial, knows why. >> well-educated people saying to minority people, you know what, no matter what happens, it's not your fault. it's white privilege. >> that's the propaganda that's false. then that makes it someone else's fault. your life, your destiny, anything you want is dependent on somebody else. that's not true. >> that is not true. joining us is fox news contributor actor stacy dash, she's the first person up in los angeles this morning. good morning to you, stacy. >> good morning. >> it's good to have you. a lot of people -- we know you from the movies and television. people don't know your personal story. both your parents were addicts and you grew up in a biracial family.
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you were a tough kid and didn't know the way and after high school kind of figured it out, didn't you? >> yes. i knew what i wanted to be which was an actress. i just worked hard and pursued it. that's what i did. that was my focus. >> it was your focus. and since then, you've become active on social media and things like that. and there are a lot of people who have bad mouthed you over the last couple of years because you, you know, you're biracial and you're supporting republicans, famously mitt romney, and stuff like that. how does that make you feel? >> you know, it just fuels my fire. i feel like race has no place in politics or anything, for that matter, at this stage in our history. we're in 2014. our president is black. it's over. it's time to move on. >> absolutely. and yet the democrats in a number of races played the race card. this was that one down in, i believe, georgia sanctioned by the democrats
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state committee down there where they said essentially if you don't vote for michelle nunn we're going to have another ferguson on our hands. do you think the race card backfired on the democrats this time? >> it absolutely backfired. their race card rhetoric no longer stands and it has been shut down completely. so i don't know what they're going to do now. >> you tweeted out after mia love's big win in utah, breaking those racist sexist, #republicans just elected mia love to congress. oh wait. what's your message there? >> the message is they were the most qualified. mia love and tim scott, they were the most qualified and that is why they won, period. that's it. >> absolutely. so to the democrats or the people on the left who said wait a minute, republicans would never vote for a
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black person, you say what to them? >> i guess you're wrong. they won. >> let's -- >> victory. >> let's turn that on its head. bill burton, long-term confidante of this president and former white house gierks -- guy says this about how the democrats will have to change. >> it was a tough night. if you have to take any lesson from it it is democrats will never be able to win in midterms if we don't figure out how to talk to white voters. i honestly think that's it. i don't think the message we have has been able to translate to the coalition of voters that helped bring republicans into even more power. >> that's a head scratcher. i haven't heard that one yet. the democrats aren't going to win until they can figure out how to talk to white voters. >> baffling.
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they're grasping at straws now. that's what they're doing, which is good. we have them on their heels which is where they should be. >> but they're making it about race again rathe than the issues. >> right. and we have to keep pushing past that. just push past it, you know. it's irrelevant. give it no relevance. >> there you go. stacy dash, fox news contributor, actress and what not out in los angeles. stacy thank you very much for joining us live today. >> thank you for having me. >> you bet. a dozen minutes before the top of the hour. most 18-year olds are headed off to college, but this one off to the house of delegates in west virginia. what? she's america's youngest politician. she joins us live coming up. the president not giving the message of the midterms and vowing to use the power of his pen to do whatever he wants. so how far does that pen go? judge napolitano has seen the ink. ♪ ♪ ♪
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despite a major midterm loss, president obama shows no signs of backing down on his big push for executive action. >> i feel obliged to do everything i can lawfully with my executive authority to make sure that we don't keep on making the system worse, but that whatever executive actions that i take will be replaced and supplanted by action by congress. you send me a bill that i can sign and those executives go away. >> so if you send a bill exactly like i want it, i'll sign it. just how far can he go and what
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can the gop do if he goes that far? we're going to ask that question to judge andrew napolitano. >> do we have a couple of hours? >> so far what -- is it within his power to give an executive order to do something as massive as revolutionizing immigration in this country? >> it is -- regrettably, it is within his power to do so. but we are still a government of laws. we are still a constitutional republic. he has taken an oath to uphold the law. if he tells the department of homeland security how to process people when they want to come in the country, he can do that. he runs the executive branch. but if he tells homeland security and border patrol look the other way when illegals come in, that is violating his oath because it's a failure to enforce the law and he took an oath to uphold the law. so if the practical effect of his executive order is the opposite of what the law requires, i hate to say this, republicans don't want to do this and i understand why, he's
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a candidate for impeachment. >> what about the dream act when he said if you were brought here as a child, you can stay here and don't fear deportation? >> it's not the dream act. it's the dream executive order. he basically said there are 15 laws here. i'm only going to enforce two. you can break the other 13 and i won't go after you. so if the president decides, oh, there are 12 million illegals here? i'm going to stop deportation and send a signal to the people south of the border, come on in, we'll let you in and once you're here i won't deport you, he will be violating the law. he will be break his oath. he'll be putting a tremendous pressure on the social systems in the united states and there is nothing the congress can do about it during his presidency unless they want to kick him out. >> let's look at the number of executive orders. bush 41 had 166. bill clinton, 364. 43 had 291. this president, 184. >> sometimes executive orders are good, brian, because look, there is 3 million employees in executive department of the
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government. if the president issues an executive order, he's basically saying to a class of them, here is how i want you to enforce the law. if that's consistent with the law, it's good. but if it's not consistent with the law f. it says, for example, to border patrol, look the other way, that's wrong. that's unlawful. it's then back into congress' hands to do something about it. >> right now the president said yesterday, if you don't get me a bill, i'm going to do this thing, you're saying republicans can do what? >> impeach him. i'm not suggesting they should. i'm aware of the political consequences of that. i recall what happened last time. but that is their only remedy under the constitution. now, they could deny him the funds with which could do what he wants, but they can't do it yet because the budget is a year ahead of time. so he already has those. look, just so people don't misunderstand this, he can't make them legal forever. he can only make them legal during his presidency. >> once he leaves, it's up to the new president to decide if they want to keep it there. judge andrew napolitano, we got to get some answers to this
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because the president vowed to do this and certainly in the lame duck session. condoleeza rice fires back at contracts who use race in the mid terms. >> i have been black all my life. you don't have to tell me how to be black. the great thing about the united states of america is that you can be of any color, any ethnic group, any nationality, any religion and you can have dreams and aspirations. >> our exclusive interview with the former secretary of state and national security advisor, condoleeza rice, next hour. ♪ ♪
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hi, everyone. good morning, today is thursday, the 6th of november. i'm anna kooiman. this woman violently abducted on surveillance cameras found alive. >> i always knew my daughter was coming home. not a doubt in my mind that she wasn't coming home. i just had to wait for the day. >> this morning there is breaking news on her kidnapper. meanwhile, this week voters across the country came out in force and painted america as you can see, mostly red. but the president says don't mind them. they're the minority. >> to everyone who voted, i want you to know that i hear you, but the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate in the process yesterday, i hear you, too. >> so he hears everybody. but it kind of sounds like he's in denial, or maybe he's just being defiant. your comments pouring in. we'll read some of them. big question is, if people don't say anything, can you hear them? you saw the ads telling black americans to vote democratic.
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right? to avoid another ferguson. correct? this morning the former secretary of state condoleeza rice fires back. >> i have been black all my life. you don't have to tell me how to be black. the great thing about the united states of america is that you can be of any color, any ethnic group, any nationality, any religion and you can have dreams and aspirations. >> the former secretary of state is on "fox & friends" exclusively because she heard mornings are better with condy. >> mornings are better with anna as well. good morning to you. >> great to be here. >> you said you're not sore after running the marathon? >> my hamstrings were tight. but this is my fourth. the other three i was miserable close to a month. but maybe it's because we raised money for folds of honor and the good lord is blessing me.
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>> we raised over $50,000 for families of soldier. >> people can still contribute, right? >> yes, our web site. the president on the heels of a landslide for the republican party. they now control the house and senate and a majority of state houses across the country. you would think that the president at his press conference yesterday would have a conciliatory message. but no, no, no. essentially he said, it's going to be my way or the highway. i'm sure we'll get plenty done as long as i want to do it, but if they don't want to do what i don't want to do, we're going to have a problem. >> yeah. he doesn't appear to be changing any of his policies or the people around him. look at the former presidential leadership before him. president bush in 2006 fired some top officials. president clinton in 1994 moved closer to the center. but the president's basically digging in his heels and saying, this is what i'm continuing to do even if you're not buying what i'm selling. oh, maybe you are, you just
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decided not to come out to the ballot boxes? doesn't make sense. >> friday he'll have a big meeting and meet with leadership. he has a lot to do in his lame duck session. the most interesting thing is he has no idea what the republicans want. he can't wait to hear. listen. >> to everyone who voted, i want you to know that i hear you. to the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate in the process yesterday, i hear you, too. >> that makes perfect sense. the election didn't count because the majority of americans didn't vote. actually that's not how it works, mr. president. we have elections and whoever shows up to vote, that's what counts. brit hume thought it was kind of amazing as well. here he is with megyn kelly last night. >> i think more than anything he was trying to call attention to the fact that it was a less than half of the electorate participated and thereby to belittle these results is not all that meaningful or important and to take it a step further, not all that related to him. at least that's how it struck me when i heard him say it.
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>> come on, you want to hear what republicans want? how about a few hundred examples that you have from the house, these bills that got through and never got up for a vote in the senate because of harry reid. >> he put them in the shredder. >> i think a lot of democrats are frustrated because as joe manchin said yesterday, i'd like to come out and explain to my constituents how i voted. not why i didn't vote. they really have not done anything for years. so at least it's going to be back to business, back to debating, back to putting something on the president's desk and then seeing if a deal could be struck. here is what you're saying about the president's press conference yesterday. ty says i'm wondering how long before he blames bush. >> well, he's been doing that for years. >> facebook says, this is a great start for moving in the right direction and although i believe he got the message, he will not admit it, nor will he change. >> michael on facebook writes, what i heard yesterday was him still saying i'm going to do it my way. cue the frank sinatra music.
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meanwhile, we know exactly how the republicans want to proceed because in the editorial pages of the "wall street journal" this morning, probably the incoming senate majority leader, mitch mcconnell, along with the current speaker of the house, john boehner, have got a road map where they think they have common ground with the president of the united states. >> yeah. they'll be taking on big government spending and obamacare using the power of the purse. here is what they have on their agenda. they'll fix the complex tax code that drives jobs overseas. >> yeah. this is something that democrats, at least 17 in the senate, repeal the unpopular medical device tax, which is part of raising money to make the affordable care act affordable. >> the keystone pipeline green lighted. they would like to do that. and end excessive regulations. we heard small businesses say look, it's a drag on us and please, we've gone for years in the red. let's pass a budget and do
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something about the debt. >> 16.2 trillion is where it was two years ago. this week 17.9 trillion. >> the good news is we are getting additional revenue in. but looking at the affordable care act, game on and look ago dodd-frank, those are some things mitch mcconnell went over and he'll talk to the president about it. they already spoke once on the phone. they're going to have a big meeting tomorrow. we'll see if we'll have anything -- if it's anything but photo ops. >> the last line of the op ed in the wall street journal by the speaker and the majority leader says the skeptics say nothing will be accomplished in the next two years as elected servants of the people, we will make it our job to prove the skeptics wrong. well, good luck. other stories make headline, we'll go down to heather childers. good morning. >> good morning. a fox news alert. philadelphia woman whose abduction was caught on camera found alive. overnight she was reunited with her family after sunday's
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violent kidnapping. this happened three blocks from her home. her cousin, speaking moments ago, about her return. >> she wants to tell everybody, the media, the public, our facebook, our instargram fans that she loves y'all and that y'all so much for your support. that's all she says was thank you, thank you, thank you. >> so lucky. police say that her kidnapper, 37-year-old delvin barns, has a long criminal history, suspected in another abduction case last month involving a 16-year-old teen-ager. in 2005, he allegedly held his estranged wife captive inside their philly home. listen to this, shocking this mornings the drummer of ac/dc is linked to murder? accused of hiring a hitman to kill two people. no details about the alleged plot. we do know he's also charged with possession of meth and
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possession of marijuana. the 60-year-old now free on bail. he will be back in court at the end of the month. does a gitmo detainee just released by the obama administration still have ties to senior al-qaeda leadership? he is now back in his home land of kuwait after nearly 13 years at gitmo. the administration says that he's no longer a threat, but fox news just obtained a tweet that linked him to al-qaeda in syria. here is the message. it was posted by a well-known islamist twitter user before it was announced, before it was announced he would be released. it says, 1,000 congratulations to the al oda family forages the issue of guantanamo bay from the beginning. investigators are asking how did terrorists know he would be released before it was announced? sources say the administration is fast tracking transfers before the new republican-led senate can put a stop to it. and finally, get ready to crash his party.
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bryan? >> exactly. >> thank you. let me tell you what's coming up straight ahead. you saw the ads telling black americans to vote democratic to avoid another ferguson. when we talk about that, the former secretary of state condoleeza rice, she fired back. >> i've been black all my life. you don't have to tell me how to be black. >> it's an interview you'll only see here on "fox & friends." what happens when news anchors think the cameras are turned off? that's what they do at channel 59. ♪ ♪ advil stops pain right where it starts. relief doesn't get any better than this. advil.
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all right. welcome back. former secretary of state condoleeza rice is one of the world's most influential women. as the country ace chief diplomat under george w. bush, she was at the center of the most critical decisions regarding our national security and status in the world. dr. rice stopped by our studios yesterday where i had a chance to talk to her on everything from the gop takeover to the possibility of her name being in the running for 2016. madam secretary, this is a long time coming, but it's great to have you at this historic time of the the six-year mark of a
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second term president historically in america is always tough. the president by almost all accounts got a huge message in the house and he lost the senate now. do you believe by his remarks that you just heard that he seems to get the message that things have to change? >> well, i don't know what's in his mind. i have to say that i hope that when he plans to do is to take the message that the american people don't like the course that we're on and there has to be change. he's going to have to work with republicans, not just to do the things that the president wants to do, but to do the things in a bipartisan fashion that need to be done for the american people. >> president bush said we took a thumping. and president clinton. i hear your message. did you hear any of that? >> well, i didn't. but to be fair, let's just watch what happens now. >> the president did mention his remarks that i'm ready to act with the executive action if i don't get legislation that i can sign from congress. what do you say to the possibility of executive action on immigration? >> we can't have a circumstance in which we are going after a
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problem as meddlesome, as potentially divisive as immigration by executive action only. this has to go through the people's representatives. that's our system. that's the congress. >> i like to move back to the election on what it means because i know this strikes home for you. the race card was used in georgia by the democratic party. if you don't elect a democrat here, you can expect ferguson to happen. and trayvon martin as well. you can expect that in the streets if north carolina doesn't go a certain way. your reaction to that as a woman that grew up as a young girl in the south? >> the fact is, we're not race blind. of course we still have racial tensions in the country. but the united states of america has made enormous progress in race relations and it is the best place on earth to be a minority. the idea that you would play such a card and try fear mongering among minorities just because you disagree with republicans that they're somehow all racist? i find it appalling and
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insulting and as a republican black woman from the south, i would say to them, really? is that really the argument that you're going to make in 2014? >> that's very interesting because senator tim scott said this. >> when i was a high school kid, i heard so often, you're just not black enough. i'm not even sure what that was supposed to mean. but simply said, too many kids today are facing a choice of dumbing down in order to fit in. >> first of all, does it mean that you're not acting black if you speak well and you're interested in things? what are we doing to our kids when we tell them that their ethnic identity has to make them unsuccessful? that, to me, is really a racist thing to say. and i've been asked many times myself. and i say i've been black all my life. you don't have to tell me how to be black. to my mind, the great thing about the united states of america is that you can be of any color, any ethnic group, any
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nationality, any religion and you can have dreams and aspirations that are your own and then you can pursue them. that's when this country is about. >> people say, it's historical electing the first african-american. what do you say to people who say hillary clinton is going to run. we all know that. health allowing. i'm going to vote for her because it would be historic, i want to see the first woman. >> i always make my choices on people's policies, on what i think they'll do as president. that's the wisest course. and i just hope everyone will listen to the policy choices that candidates are putting before us. >> i couldn't help when i talked to president bush, it didn't take him long to bring his brother, jeb bush. what can you tell me about the jeb bush you know? >> i am very fond of jeb bush. i believe he's -- he's a friend. he was a terrific governor of florida. i worked with him on some immigration and education issues. it's going to be a good field, i think for the republicans. >> who excites you and intrigues you? >> i'm in a mode to listen and let people debate and let's see
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who emerges and comes forward. >> what about you? >> i am a professor at stanford. i'm a happy professor at stanford. that's where i'm staying. i got the chance to be secretary of state. i'm an international relations specialist. it doesn't get better than that. i'll always find ways to serve my country, but these days, it's through work with boys and girls clubs and playing concerts for kids, and picking football teams. >> good to hear from her. we miss her. >> yeah. she's on the world scene and also, when she says picking football teams, she's on the committee that's going to pick the first college playoffs. she's going to be on the group that decides who the best teams are in the country. that with golfing and very involved in international relations. very nice of her to stop by. >> very political, that picking the four teams. >> it's harder than many things. >> speak of condoleeza rice, do you remember this "fox & friends" moment? >> she was a good sport. you know, condoleeza rice, i did
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the whole thing, difference between the tale of two people, condy and delisa saying i know you took my ink pen and condy is employee of the month. >> cedric the entertainer is back and he joins us live shortly. and most 18-year-olds are headed off to college. but this one, off to the house of delegates in west virginia. their youngest politician joins us next. ♪ ♪ than ever why now is the best time to be on verizon. one: verizon's the largest, most reliable 4g lte network in the country. that's right america. with xlte in over 400 markets. two: and here's something for families to get excited about. our best pricing ever! get 2 lines with an incredible 10gb of data
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time for news by the numbers. first, 1855. that's how many firearms tsa agents found in carry on bags so far this year. many of them loaded. agents also found stun guns and grenades and a sword. next, 62. that's the age of the last retiring army hero drafted during the vietnam war era. ralph rigby be served continuously since getting drafted 42 years ago. ten cents. that's how much money will go to the troops this veterans day if you buy scoop of camo ice cream at baskin robbins. >> it looks delicious. >> yummy. remember this aspiring politician? >> i think it's time that our generation learns the importance of conservative principles and there is no better way than just to run. the only thing we've gotten is lower jobs, more debt, and less opportunity. so i don't think a fresh
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perspective will hurt anyone. >> six months after that interview right here on "fox & friends," 18-year-old sarah blair's wish came true. >> sarah just made history, becoming america's youngest state law maker elected to office in her home state of west virginia. she is 18 years old. as you can see, she won by a large margin and she joins us live this morning from charleston, west virginia. good morning to you. for the folks who are not in west virginia, are unfamiliar with your platform, you won on this, tell us your platform that you ran with your campaign out of your dorm room there at the university. >> i ran a very conservative platform. i am pro-life. i'm pro-second amendment and pro-constitution because those are my uncompromising principles. but most importantly, i wanted to bring jobs to the state of west virginia. i watched too many people my age get their high school and college education here in the state and then leave because they can't find a good paying job. and it's sad that they have to
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leave their family and the wonderful state that they love. so it's most important for me to bring jobs here. >> also you're a fiscal conservative. you believe in the voter i.d. and opposed to same sex marriage. for many teen-agers, men or women who are your age, it may just study these issues for their debate class or political science class. what got you so interested in changing america and wanting to run? >> i've always been really interested in the process. my father did serve as a state senator for several years and i chatted him. i had gone to the convenience, i worked as his campaign manager and had was always something i wanted to do, but never planned at such a young age n. my junior year of high school, i attended this program and it brought 300 high school students from around the state of west virginia to our capitol, charleston, and we wrote a bill and presented it on committees, voted for it. we really got to see the
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parliamentary procedure. after seeing how capable the students were of creating effective legislation that would be so positive on our state, i decided that i didn't need to wait until i was 40, 50 or 60 to run. >> why not do it now? besides, you're very effective at 18 years old and giving this particular presentation of your platform. let me ask you this: most 18-year-olds, if you watch tv, you would think they are very to the political left, a lot of progressive kids your age. are you the exception to the rule or are there a lot of fiscal conservatives your age at your school? >> there are a lot of conservatives. i think the problem is, i think they're afraid to be open about their views because of the way that they're going to be taken for it, because our generation typically is looked at to tend to be liberals. i think as more conservatives saw that it was okay to stand up for your views and you're not
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going to be beat up on social media for it, then i think they will come out. so i hope that being open that it's okay to have the same views as your grandparents, i'm hoping that some more young people will stand up for their beliefs. >> great. >> sarah, we thought your story was so interesting, we had to put you on and our social media and our viewers have been pouring in with questions. this one comes from a viewer your age, scott. he says, have you had any issues or arguments with young liberals and how do you counter them? >> i do. a lot of my friends are and they don't really understand why i'm running and they disagree with my views. but i do believe that everybody has their opinion and i won't try to shove mine down their throat. but at the same time, i use facts to prove to them. our state has had the same population since 1980. we just switched over to having republican rule.
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but for 84 years, we had democratic rule. and so when west virginia is ranked 49th and 50th on every positive list, number one or two on every good one, then those are the facts and there is something wrong with the democratic rule we have in our state. when you put it that way, there is not really a lot of room left to argue. >> you make a great argument. she is headed to the statehouse in west virginia. she's going to defer her spring term so that she can be there at the 60-day session. sarah blair, good luck to you and congratulations. >> thank you very much. have a good day. >> all right. 29 minutes after the hour. a company found the perfect picture of a hairy man to use four its ad campaign. it's too bad he's the master mind of the 9-11 terrorist attacks. plus, do you remember this "fox & friends" moment? >> she was a good sport, you know, condoleeza rice, i did the whole thing, the difference between the two, the tale of two
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people, condy and dally is a. condy is employee of the month and dally is a is the one saying, i know you took my ink pen. >> we remember that and he's back. cedric the entertainer is coming in the studio. they're next. ♪ ♪ introducing nexium 24hr
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♪ ♪ >> commercial breaks are very long. we have to keep ourselves entertained. that's what happens when news anchors think the cameras are turned off. this anchor caught breaking it down, his co-anchor looks like she's not having it at all. >> joining us is the star of the soul man, cedric the entertainer. you were dancing along with that guy, too. >> yeah. he had the smutty dance going on. i like it. >> what happens, when you're with somebody, we think you're funny and clearly he thinks he's funny, but the person next to him doesn't. >> you got to keep going on. he's enjoying himself. >> it's about you! >> you have to ride that out. she look like the boring one. >> exactly! >> he's getting all the news coverage. >> she likes it. >> doing the ipad dance. >> she totally wants to let go right now. look at her. she's holding it in.
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he got two ipads up right now and a notebook, like a big iphone 6. so he's got like all things. >> he's on tv, too. >> most people in your life think you're funny. would you keep a friend that didn't think you were funny? >> no. be gone! off with his head! >> somebody could be president in the past, was not funny or much of a good drink companion would be mitch mcconnell. although yesterday here is the president where he sounds like he wants to go and have some bourbon whiskey with him. listen. >> you know actually, i would enjoy having some kentucky bourbon with mitch mcconnell. i don't know what his preferred drink is, but -- my interactions with mitch mcconnell, he has always been very straightforward with me. why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell, they ask?
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really? why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell? >> maybe they will be having mint juleps together. >> i think so. that's not a bad move. maybe can bring jimmy russell who makes the wild turkey. i love those commercials. old jimmy russell. he's from chicago. i mean, kentucky, the bourbon, it all makes sense. >> it can be a bonding thing. you think it's a good start? >> it's always a good start when there is kentucky bourbon in the room. >> that's a good message for the kids watching. >> of course. a little bit of bourbon in with your juicy juice. >> your pro-bourbon. so you're here just to talk about bourbon today. is that true? >> no. >> i think the sound bite was
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the correspondents dinner. the difference between condy and delisa. >> and that joke went over well. on the couch and our viewers. but sometimes jokes go over like a lead balloon and that appears to be what happened to chris rock on snl over the weekend. take a look at this. >> they should change the name from freedom tower to the never going in there tower. 'cause i'm never going in there. you've been training for a year! you finally get to the finish line and somebody screams, run! >> sometimes you have to laugh so you don't cry. what do you think? >> definitely. as a comedian, it's our job to kind of push the meter a little bit. you try to make things that are funny that could be -- >> you're talking about the world trade center and 3,000 people dying and rebuilding the freedom tower. >> but again, i think the whole
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idea is to kind of look at it in the spirit of man, something really tragic happened there and i'm just kind of relating it to me personally. so i think that he's just trying o have a good time with it and not necessarily, you know, talk bad or light of those who lost lives. >> sure. and he was tying the world trade center and then what happened in boston as well. but it's tricky when you're in your business because you got to figure out is it safe to talk about now or am i going to get in trouble? it's hard for you to talk about chris rock 'cause you got a dvd with him. >> i got a movie coming out with chris rock. it's always one of these things, it's running joke where comedians go, is it too soon? >> how do you tell? >> you can tell when people go, you're going to be on the news. >> so it's too soon for that. >> so the cd you have coming out is what? >> top five coming out in theaters in early december, very funny movie. chris rock wrote and directed.
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i play a funny character in it by the name of jazzy. >> it's going to be great. i'm sure it will be a big hit. so something serious, your dad has it. 29 million people suffer with it. it's diabetes. >> yeah. diabetes. november is american diabetes month. i'm partnering with pfizer to make some awareness, to get people to step on up, to go and visit their doctor, you know, get checked out. not just diabetes, but it's the pain that goes with it, the tingling, the burning, shooting that goes in your hands that people don't associate with diabetes. and it's in our community, it's undiagnosed. people don't want to know the answer. so i'm just encouraging people to get out, step on up, go to the web site and learn more about diabetes and your diabetes pain. the pain that goes with it. >> you're not just cedric the entertainer, you're cedric the nurse practitioner today. >> i am.
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>> it hurts when i do that (thank you very much. if you want the web site g to our web site. >> and on facebook, we'll answer the question, does cedric put on the sweater first then the hat or wear the hat then the sweater? >> you know. >> you told me in the break. >> thank you, guys. here is heather. >> i love the hat and the shoes. >> sweet. we have some headlines to talk about for you. very quickly, he took the money and ran. a brand-new report says the united states paid a ransom for the release of sergeant beau bergdahl. one problem, the afghan media knew the deal, took the cash and took off. this was before we swapped the alleged army deserter for five gitmo prisoners. the pentagon is denying the report. this ad enough to make your hair stand on end. turkish cosmetics company actually using the mastermind of the 9-11 terrorist attacks as
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commander in chief. but haven't we heard that before? >> i told john boehner and mitch mcconnell that i look forward to working with them. what i'm committing to is making sure that i am open to working with them. i'm eager to hear good ideas wherever they come from. i am very eager to hear republican ideas. we must find common ground anywhere where weak find common ground, i'm eager to pursue it. >> so can americans really trust that this time the president and congress will get things done? they haven't in the past. let's talk to peter johnson, jr. >> it's time to trust and i guess we have to verify, too, as president reagan would say. he said all the right things yesterday. he said, do you need to recalibrate? no, but i need to reach out to them. it will be up to the republicans to make it work because he's not going to make it work. he's an ideologue. he's stuck to his first principles. he says i've got another small
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piece of my presidency to go. i'm not going to back off anything. but the issue is who is the adult in the room? who is going to show the american people that they have the capacity to lead and could work together? the republican party doesn't have to step away from what they believe in. but i think they have a great opportunity to show that they are about reconciliation. they are about leadership. they are about bringing people together in a way that works for this country. so if the president will stick to what he said yesterday, that's a wonderful thing in this country because people are sick and tired of the division and the deadlock and they're sick and tired of the democrats blaming republicans for that division and deadlock. that showed in this election. so if he in truth wants to stickie what he said, that would be a great thing for all of us. if he doesn't, then we'll have that partisan deadlock. but the republicans, through mitch mcconnell and john
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boehner can step up and be the smart people in washington and say, listen, you can push us, you can trash us, you can make fun of us, you can have your media outlets go after us, but we stand for first principles and the american people and we're going to make it work and we're going to show you that we can make it work in the next presidential, too. >> what the president said yesterday was he said wherever we can find common ground. he didn't say anything about compromising. see, when he ran for president, he said i'm going to go to washington and i'm going to change it and i'm gonna compromise. you know what? he won't use that word. >> he's not going to use that word. and presidents have lost midterm elections in the past. reagan did. eisenhower did, roosevelt did. they went on to do things. hopefully the president will go on to do things with a republican congress. that's what americans want. they don't want division. they don't want deadlock. they want the president to step up. it appears that the republicans are willing to do that, who is the adult in the room? we want them all to be adults.
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but sometimes it takes one to remind all the others. so we're looking for mitch mcconnell and john boehner to lead the president by the hand and say, hey, let's do reagan and at this point o'neill all over again. >> thank you, sir. >> good to see you. next up, john stossel says he's got a bone to pick with ann coulter. why? you'll find out. first this day in history back in 1979, the eagles had the number one song in america "heartache tonight." ♪ ♪ your mission? a homemade dinner in thirty minutes. go! your method? new campbell's® soups for easy cooking. helping you cook recipes like speedy sausage rigatoni in just thirty minutes! dinner accomplished. try new campbell's® soups for easy cooking.
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the ballots were cast and this week's shakeup in washington says a lot about what's going on in your mind. >> the exit polls like this one
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reveal that only one in five voters think they can trust the federal government. >> so what else do the election results mean, especially in regards to our individual liberty? joining us now from the "fox business" network, john stossel. good morning. >> the exit polls are sort of good news. and the election is great news for libertarians because divided government means they spend less. when they're all together and compromising, grab your wallet. >> wait a minute. so you love gridlock? >> gridlock -- i prefer a limited government. but we can't seem to get that 'cause we all want to do more. >> but in gridlock, nothing happens. we need to make progress of some sort. >> well, yes, we do. but they don't in congress. so when nothing happens, that's generally better. when they do things that distort the economy and regulate us to the point where we're less free. >> if a move is deregulating, that's still taking action. and if it's tax reform, you might think that's good.
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>> yes. but what are the chances that obama is going to sign any deregulation? and that all of their self-interest will create tax reform? >> we can hope. >> here is what ann coulter says you have a problem with. if you're considering voting for the libertarian detainee, please send me your name and address so i can track you down and drown you because nothing matters more to the country than republicans taking a majority in the senate. >> which they did. we thought about that and she said she won't drown me 'cause i live in new york, so my vote doesn't count. but in north carolina, it might have made a difference. in virginia, maybe it did make a difference. warner won by a very small percentage. >> not yet. he's not giving in yet. >> oh, really? okay. >> it's going to be tough. >> the libertarian got 60,000 votes. and that might have made a difference. except the exit polls show the libertarian took equally from liberals, moderates and conservatives. so won't blame us! >> you say libertarians are not
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spoilers? >> well, they might be. but the exit polls show that we take from both parties. >> sure. so what is your message? what's your headline from the midterm election? >> my headline is this exit poll you cited, which sounds so good that americans don't trust government. great. except the numbers were about the same six years ago when people went along with obamacare and dodd-frank and alt crazy spending and regulation we've gotten since then. i wish those numbers were higher. >> we don't like it, but we still can't change it, unfortunately. >> john stossel -- >> we will. >> we'll see. don't misss" to the" on the fox business -- don't miss" stossel" on fox business. >> thank you. coming up on this thursday, call it a new campaign record. one election barely over, but rand paul seems already to be
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good morning. today is thursday, the 6th of november, 2014. i'm anna kooiman in for elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. her abduction caught on camera. but this morning that woman has been found alive. >> somebody come get her. told me she loves me and come get her. >> what do police now know about her kidnapper? we are live at her home with the developing details. when you take a look at that map right there, a blue and red states. it's a clear blow to the democrats because there is more red there. but it's not so clear to the president. he says that the people who voted on tuesday are the minority. >> to everyone who voted, i want you to know that i hear you. to the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate i in te process yesterday, i hear you, too. >> so he hears everybody. but it kind of sounds like he's in denial or being defiant. we're going to tell but it and you'll decide. then the marine just freed from a mexican jail now speaking out about the wrong turn that
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landed him behind bars for eight months. >> they were very helpful and then it shifted. and then i knew this could be bad. >> wow. greta van susteren helped sergeant tahmoreesi home and is here live with -- with more of her exclusive interview because greta knows that mornings are better with friends. where you going? >> i left something over there. >> this just in, my notes. thank you. >> usually they're lost by this hour. >> thank you very much. >> anna, thank you for joining us on a rainy day here in new york city. >> dry inside and we've got a lot of news going on today. >> president started -- mitch mcconnell started at 2:00 o'clock eastern time. the president came out on time about 2:50 and spoke for over an hour, after a statement, taking questions. even talked to ed henry.
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old friends. here is a little of how the president's tone and tenure after speaking out for the first time after losing an additional -- actually expanding the republican advantage in the house and then losing the senate. listen. >> to everyone who voted, i want you to know that i hear you. to the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate in the process yesterday, i hear you, too. >> so what happened on tuesday, it was a landslide, mr. president, for the republicans. doesn't really matter because a third of the country voted and two-thirds of the country didn't. what? well, that's not how things work. brit hume knows that. megyn kelly heard that. listen. >> i think more than anything, he was trying to call attention to the fact that it was less than half of the electorate participated and thereby to belittle these results is not all that meaningful or important and to take it a step further, not all that related to him. at least that's how it struck me
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when i heard him say it. >> it was crazy. >> yeah. and he's not really making any apologies. he's not making any staff changes that we know of at the moment. and it appears that the american people are no longer buying the democratic agenda and what the president is selling. but the president appears to be in denial about all of it. >> he says the things that you would think, as you're listening to the tone and his delivery, you think wow, he seems so reasonable. but if you listen to the words and actually read the transcript, he says things like, i'm going to get things on my desk and i'm not going to sign them. and i'm going to sign things that are going to tick you off. how about that for compromise? if you put something on my desk that i like, great. you can meet me halfway on certain things, i'm willing to give here, i heard none of that. the questions were great. the answers were nothing to do with the questions. >> the answers were typical, what we get with this president at these press conferences. yesterday we were expecting him to have a conciliatory tone.
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they got whooped, the democrats did. the republican high school a really good night and they've got two years on the clock now. essentially the president said it's either my way or the highway. remember, he got elected back in 2008 by saying, i'm going to change the way washington works. right now it's dysfunctional because john boehner passed the stuff, gives it over to harry reid and harry reid sits on it. nothing goes to the president's desk. now because they control both houses, things will go to the president's desk. this is -- there is a light at the end of the tunnel. something might actually get done, until the president yesterday kind of poopooed it and said let's see what the republicans have in mind. >> it's also interesting that they're going to vote on things. we're going to have something more to report on. people like mike emmanuel will have to go there because there will be stuff to do. right now he goes there and everyone stares at each other. the question is, will mitch mcconnell reverse that nuclear option that harry reid put into place that said you no longer need 60 votes to get someone
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nominated fulfilled or other issues. will he go, i think it should have been in place and harry reid shouldn't have done that or now that harry reid left it here, let's see how it feels? >> if you remember during this election cycle leading up to it, the president said my issues, my policies are on the ballot. my name might not be, but my policies are. yet somehow the voter turnout is -- meaning there is no referendum on all of your policies and the people that follow your marching orders. >> my name, my policies, my lanta. essentially i'm sure he's upset about it, but he didn't let on to it. we asked you what you thought. did he get the message? larry on facebook wrote, it's not him getting the message. it's that he doesn't care about the message. >> bonnie says, he got the message, but has already said he has a pen and will use it for his own agenda. >> i nomar cuss seemed happy yesterday. there is a lot of things talk being with the budget. green lighting keystone pipeline. and other things that could be out there. i thought it was interesting
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that mitch mcconnell and john boehner somehow found some time to write together and their editorial appeared in the "wall street journal" that revealed their agenda. >> the first thing they're going to get to is fix that complex tax code that drives jobs overseas. so many small businesses have been sitting on cash, worried about what's around the corner and nothing -- not making business decisions. >> democrats and republicans both know that medical device tax is unpopular in the affordable care act. so get rid of it, mr. president. let's go. >> and if you would just approve the keystone xl pipeline, there would be tens of thousands of jobs created. >> he says we're still studying it, but we're almost unstudying it. excess regulation, we're going to see if the epa puts things forward and if the environmental committees in the senate can stop it. also some investigations sure to happen. he also says this, something that you thought would be a natural, pass a budget and address the debt. keep in mind that whole tax reform thing, it's ready to go out of the house.
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there is some promising things that democrats are saying about it. very curious to see what happens in the senate and if it ends up on the president's desk. >> people always say that christmas comes earlier every single year. it seems like elections come earlier every year, too. unbelievable, rand paul on the day after the election, he appears to already be looking ahead two years. >> they're off! take a look at his facebook page. he has bestowed the honor of a number of #hillarylosers to people that she traveled around the country and campaigned for, but simply lost. according to mr. paul, the senator, he says tuesday's biggest loser is hillary clinton. keep in mind, the clintons were the secret weapon for a number of senate candidates and as it turns out, those candidates flat out lost. >> one of the things, if hillary does run, which everybody -- >> she's running! >> when she goes to all these states and these hotly contested
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races that her candidate lost, they're not going to be heavy hitters the way they would if they're in public office if they're a citizen like you and me. >> right. there she is with al franken, who actually did win. hillary clinton probably the best thing to to happen to her candidacy is have a republican senate and house. this way she could say this is the way i would do it different as opposed to, i'm just like the president and he has 40% approval rating. meanwhile, heather childers is here with other things happening in the world. >> yeah. we have other headlines that we've been following for you. rather shocking charges. the drummer of ac/dc linked to murder? phil rudd accused of hiring a hit man to kill two people in new zealand. he appeared in court looking not even wearing any shoes. no other details about the alleged plot are being revealed. but we do know he's also charged with possession of meth and marijuana. the 60-year-old is now free on bail. breaking news overnight, two years after going missing, the body of the 20th century fox
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executive just found. police say that hikers found gavin smith in a desert near los angeles. his mercedes, that turned up last year in a storage locker linked to john creech, convicted drug dealer. he was reportedly in a relationship with creech's wife. and does a gitmo detainee released by the obama administration still have ties to senior al-qaeda leadership? al-odah is back in kuwait after nearly 13 years at gitmo. the administration saying that he is no longer a threat. but a tweet that links him to al-qaeda in syria may tell a very different story. the message posted by a well-known islamist twitter user before it was announced that he would be released. 1,000 congratulations to the family for raising the issue of guantanamo bay from the beginning. well, investigators now asking how terrorists knew that he would be released before it was
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announced. sources say the administration is fast track those tran before the new republican-led senate can put a stop to it. and finally, country music's biggest night all about this star. ♪ ♪ >> miranda lambert taking home four cma awards, breaking records. reba mcen spire and martina mcbride and brad paisley and carrie underwood. there you see them. not pulling any punches. actually taking some shots at the president and taylor swift? >> why isn't our government doing something about this? i'll be the first one to say it, president obama does not care about postpar item taylor swift disorder. >> i'm pretty sure that's why the democrats lost the senate. but how do you know the president doesn't care?
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>> i know he doesn't care, 'cause i asked him. >> when did you ask the president? >> yesterday. i jumped the white house fence, ran across the lawn. door was wide open. >> pretty clever stuff. brad later spilled the beans on some baby news. he revealed carey, who is pregnant, is having a boy. and those are a look at your headlines. >> funny show and broke some news. thank you very much. >> you're welcome. fox news alert, her terrifying abduction caught on camera. but that woman has been found alive overnight. she was reunited with her family in philadelphia. wtxf reporter lauren johnson is live outside the victim's home with the developing details. good morning, lauren. >> reporter: good morning to you. the family all happy and smiles here inside this home in north philadelphia 'cause they have been reunited. police calling her alleged attacker a thug and say the man they have in custody is no stranger to trouble. her accused kidnapper, 37-year-old delvin barns, he has
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a long criminal history. he's suspected in another abduction case last month involving a 16-year-old girl. then back in 2005, he allegedly held his estranged wife captive inside their philadelphia home. his latest victim, a young nurse walking the streets of philadelphia sunday night, snatched and stuffd into a car. 70 hours later, police bring her back home safely. >> she's still shaken up. it's a tough time. it's tough time for us and a tough time for her. she says thank god, at the end of the day, all we can do is leave it in god's hands. >> family members tell us that she is shaken up. they will be expected to speak later this afternoon and we'll have an update for you as soon as we get it. back to you guys. >> homecoming. thank you very much for the live report. >> the interview last night was amazing. coming up, democrats pulled out all the stops in colorado, but they couldn't stop corey gardner from stealing their seat in the senate. the senator-elect is here next
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that's never been done before in colorado and perhaps any campaign around the country for republicans. we went into communities, asian community, hispanic communities and made sure that our message was heard. we talked about how when our party is broken, we're going to say it and fix it. so it really was a message as i think you haven't heard before from a republican candidate. >> regarding that, where is the republican party broken? >> i think it's broken a number of areas. energy, we have to talk more about traditional energy, yes. keystone pipeline, yes, but also talk about renewable energy. free market way to move forward. when it comes to reaching out into communities, we can't simply be against immigration reform. we've got to figure out a way to be for immigration reform. these are things that we can move forward on and that's how we won this election. we talked about shaking things up, new generation of leadership. that's what this country wants. >> okay. also i want to get your reaction to the president's press conference yesterday. many pundits have been saying the president doesn't appear to be hearing the american people, although all of his policies
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essentially got the thumbs down. what do you think? >> i think there is two ways for the president. he could either agree and help work this country's greatest problems along with the house and the senate. we'll put a number of bills on his desk to do just that.ç if he doesn't, it's going to show the american people that he and his party are refusing to work with us. if he does, then it shows that we are willing to work with people across the aisle in 2016 and that will help us as well for our nominee, whoever he or she is. the fact is, we can make a difference in 2016 and i think there is two paths forward. either the president becomes a president of obstruction or seen as working with the republican party. >> why is it -- it wasn't too long ago when the democratic party had their convention in colorado and many thought it was curtains for the republicans. where did you go that other republicans didn't go and what was it about you that broke through? >> we really talked about an apt mystic message. we talked about lifting people's eyes up to the rocky mountn horizon that this is every
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state. the fact for colorado is if you don't put together that vision, if you don't put together that positive idea of how we're going to have brighter day tomorrow, people don't want you there 'cause they can be angry or upset all day long. but they want somebody who is going to be presenting a positive image about what we can do for our country because this is a positive, optimistic state. that's the message we presented. and that's the kind of thing that republicans around the country need to do. put together a positive agenda that is about moving forward instead of just being about opposition. >> people liked your message in colorado. that's why you are the senator-elect. cory gardner going without a tie today. thank you very much. congratulations and good luck. >> thanks for having me. coming up straight ahead, condoleeza rice firing back at democrats who used race in the mid terms. >> i have been black all my life. you don't have to tell me how to be black. >> my exclusive interview with the former secretary of state straight ahead. first, you remember them, mortgage disaster's freddy and
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now some news. we start with road rage caught on camera. first what happens when -- watch what happens when one driver gets so angry during a fight over a parking spot in a structure. those two people lucky they didn't get crushed. they jumped out of the way seconds before the driver crashed into their suv. no word yet on whether the
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driver got caught, either doing that or by the guys in the suv. a man in italy hacks away at his brand-new fiat with an ax after he couldn't get it started. he reportedly got so angry about being late to work, he demolished the entire car. it's the ultimate hack attack. >> instead of punching a wall, you take the whole thing down. it's like a scene right out of the movies. >> just when i thought i was out, they pull me back in. >> it happened in "the godfather and now happening to homeowners. freddie mac and fannie mae are going after pourers to pay what they still owe on mortgages they defaulted on years ago. joining us to answer your questions is fox news legal analyst, bob massi. good morning. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> during the housing boom and bust, many americans lost their homes and they're just starting to rebuild their nest egg, their finances, their credit, everything. so why is this happening? >> well, they basically, fannie
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and freddy, there was an announcement that they decided they're going to go back and look at those people who what we called strategically foreclosed. what that means, there are people during the crisis that had the money to make the payments on the house, but saw other people who basically were aligning their homes to go also and now fannie and freddiey and the lenders are going back and finding these people. how they're going to do it, i'm not sure and go after them for the deficiencies, which is very, very crucial in america for those people who rebuilt their credit. >> some of our viewers are waking up going, wait a minute. i might be fitting into that category. how do they fit? >> they will look at -- unfortunately, when we sign all these paper and all -- remember, for our viewers to understand, fannie and freddie, they either own the loans or they guaranteed the loan that you have. so they have looked at it and sort of aging these accounts and they lost a lot of money. they paid a lot of money out.
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they're going to go back and pull credit reports because we sign all these different things, believe it or not. we have give them access to a lot of our personal information. and they will go and figure this out over what period of time, i'm not sure. and i'm not really sure what the criteria is going to be. but i will say to you and the reason i want to bring this to the viewers' attention, if they start getting notices from attorneys to collect money, or collection agencies, then this could be the issue that they're going after these people from years ago, which is very frustrating to those people who have started to rebuild their credit. >> so if you go to your mailbox today and you open it up and you pull out one of these notices, what's the next step for you? >> well, look, first of all, don't put your head in the ground. find a lawyer in that area that could look at this stuff. here is what my concern is, look, we know there is consumers years ago that should not have owned three or four homes. there was some consumer responsibility.
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there are some consumers that did strategically defaulted and said the heck with everybody else, nobody is helping me, i'm going to let my home go. my concern is that you could see an onslaught of bankruptcies again. you could see an onslaught of those people who have jobs, built their credit up, now all of a sudden they're going after them for this deficiency where they either getued or collection. so my concern is that respond to it. don't look away from it. don't let them pull you back in. be pro-active on it to try to resolve these issues before your credit does get bashed all over again. but it is a concern. it is a concern. >> very often you take our viewers' e-mails and questions. folks, e-mail us. bob, thanks so much. >> thanks for having me. 28 minutes after the hour. coming up, it's a fox news exclusive. the marine locked in a mexican jail for eight months speaking out for the first time. >> they were very helpful and then it shifted and then i knew
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this could be bad. >> greta van susteren helps sergeant andrew tahmoreesi get home. she joins us next. then she's never talked about this photograph until now. so what was sophia loren looking at. first, more from last night's country music awards. here is more. ♪ ♪ introducing nexium 24hr finally, the purple pill,
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i was thinking hopefully these guys are going to be considerate and caring and
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understanding, but i started feeling the things -- something shift there. they were very helpful and then it shifted. and then i knew this could be bad. >> sergeant andrew tahmoreesi recalling the moment he knew he was in trouble after accidentally crossing the mexican border. >> after nearly eight months in a mexican jail, greta van susteren helped sergeant tahmoreesi get home last friday and he's telling her his story exclusive. and she, greta van susteren, host of "on the record" joins us from our dc bureau. good morning. >> good morning. >> we need to point out, you more than anybody, really -- you devoted so much time to him and i read later that the judge, the mexican judge in the case actually watched your show at night to see what was up. >> yeah. sure tells us the power of the media and how lucky we are that we have this platform at fox news where we get -- we go around the world and we can put
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spot lights on problems. it's a great thing about our jobs. >> he knew you were fighting for him. did he express that gratitude before the interview started? >> when i first met him, he said, could i hug you? so i said sure. so he gave me a big hug. this is a very troubled man. i'm very worried about this one because he expressed to me that he's paranoid, that he's been paranoid in the past. throwing him in solitary confinement in a mexican prison was a really lousy idea. now he's out. he has had access to guns. i'm putting up a big red warning sign to the v.a. help this man. there are thousands and thousands of young men and women who have come back from war. they have seen the unthinkable. they've had buddies die in their arms. and they're young kids. some of them are 18, 19, 20 years old. but this man, he really needs help. two tours in vietnam an ied blew up his vehicle. i'm warning everybody, help this man before there is further problems and help others.
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>> yeah. that was the reason he was traveling there in the first place with all his possessions was to get this ptsd treatment. you can't imagine just how much worse it's even gotten. >> can i just correct myself? it's afghanistan. not vietnam. and iraq. >> and greta, you had the opportunity to talk to tahmoreesi about why he was being held. we want our viewers to see that clip. let's watch. >> i think they felt in their hearts that i wasn't guilty. but they decided to keep me there. >> why? >> why? you know, their reasons. they want to look a concern way. they don't want to do what's the right thing to do, i guess, because maybe they're afraid of something happening, you know, something that they don't want to happen happen. instead of doing the right thing, you know, it's something that -- politics, politics maybe. i don't know why. >> politics.
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one of the frustrating things about this was when beau bergdahl was sprung, the president said we don't leave a man behind. yet to so many americans, it looked like this guy, sergeant tahmoreesi, abandoned by his own government. we're on cable shows talking about him and it didn't seem like the official federal government was trying to help him out. >> i deeply disappointed with the obama administration on this. the reason he was released is because he has ptsd. it didn't take 2u 14 days to figure that out. just listen to him. but the mexican government waited that long. the united states government waited that long. this is very -- it's the very reason he was released and you figured that out in 15 seconds listening to that video. so i do not understand why this took so long. mexico could have deported him. we deport people all the time. i'm not suggesting it's a good idea to bring guns into mexico. it is not. it's against the law. but sometimes we got to be smart about this stuff. >> all right. greta van susteren, going to be watching you tonight at 7:00 o'clock for more on that
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interview. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> great job. >> other stories making headlines, heather childers has those. >> definitely be watching that. 7:00 p.m. eastern. other headlines, he took the money and ran. a brand-new report says the united states paid a ransom for the release of sergeant beau bergdahl. one problem? the afghan mediating the deal took the cash and took off. this was before we swapped him for five gitmo deserters. the pentagon denying the report. the list to replace attorney general eric holder a little bit shorter this morning. we're now hearing u.s. attorney loretta lynch is being eyed as the top candidate. europes began when the brooklyn attorney was eated next to him -- seated next to him. a spokesman for her says she will not discuss her prospects. she served on a justice department review board. and a shocking admission by the irs, or maybe not so much so. the agency revealing in court that it has not searched any of its computer systems for lois
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lerner's missing e-mails. they say the reason is lawyers don't believe irs servers would hold any relevant information. what about the back up tapes? remember those? the irs claims there is no reason to believe that the tapes could help in recovering the e-mails. the agency claims thousands of her e-mails were lost in a hard drive crash. finally, 67 years after this, this iconic picture was snapped in hollywood, sophia loren finally explain requesting she gave jane mansfield that most legendary side eye ever. she admitted she was actually shocked at how low jane's dress was, saying, quote, in my face you can see the fear. i'm so frightened that everything in her dress is just going to blow. boom. and then spill out all over the table. yeah. and those are a look at your headlines. i know. i know. we're going to check in with
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maria who does not have that problem today, nor do i. a little cold throughout and rainy. >> a little chilly. i have my trench coat on because not only is it chilly burks we're dealing with areas of rain moving through parts of new york city and along portions of the northeast. let's look at that radar image. there is rain along portions of the gulf coast. across texas, louisiana. the storm system is pretty widespread. on the backside of it, you're going to notice some snow. we do have winter storm warnings currently in effect across the state of maine. as much as eight to 12 inches of snow are expected there. and gusts up to 30 miles per hour. temperature wise, you're going to be cool today across chicago and also minneapolis with highs only in the 40s. take a look at texas. 60s and 70s in dallas and san antonio. not bad. it's a warm one in parts of california. los angeles expected to get up into the 80s. let's head back inside. >> but it's winters in new england. all right. thank you very much. over here, it's 68 degrees. thanks to me. i have control of the thermostat today. >> thank you. straight ahead, condoleeza rice firing back at democrats
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who used race in the midterm elections. >> i've been black all my life. you don't have to tell me how to be black. >> our exclusive interview with the former secretary of state next here. and here is one way to get the kids to school on time. oh, gosh. it's faster than a plane. the guy who built this incredible bus will be here live to explain why he built it. you're going to want your kids to hear this one. >> think i'll take my bike today, mom. ♪ take a closer look at your fidelity green line and u'll see just how much it has to offer, ♪
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(coffee be♪ng poured into a cup.) save your coffee from the artificial stuff. switch to truvia. great tasting, zero-calorie sweetness from the stevia leaf. hi, good morning. some updates now on the mid terms. virginia senate race still too close to call. republican ed gillespie trailing mark warner by nearly 17,000 votes. officials are going through all the votes to certify them. sullivan and mark begich race is also up in the air.
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officials are waiting on nearly 40,000 absentee and early ballots. sullivan was spotted removing his campaign signs. and election dadra ma in north carolina. vivian faulk, county democratic party chair woman, allegedly kicked a poll worker in the groin and hit him with a carton of ice tea. no details about why this all went down. good grief! >> sounds like not so sweet tea. >> no. why are your manners? all right. on a different note, former secretary of state condoleeza rice was at the center of president george w. bush's administration, most crucial decisions regarding our national security. so is she ready now for the white house herself? she stopped by our studios and talked to "fox & friends" yesterday. here is a little of that interview. >> this is a long time coming. but it's great to have you at this historic time. the six-year mark of a second term president historically in america is always tough. the president by almost all
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accounts got a huge message in the house and he lost the senate now. do you believe by his remarks that you just heard that he seems to get the message that things have to change? >> i don't know what's in his mind. i have to say that i hope that what he plans to do is to take the message that the american people don't like the course that we're on and there has to be change. he's going to have to work with republicans, not just to do the things that the president wants to do, but to do the things in a bipartisan fashion that need to be done for the american people. >> president bush said we took a thumping and president clinton, i hear your message. did you hear any of that? >> well, i didn't. but to be fair, let's just watch what happens now. >> the president did mention in his remarks that i'm ready to act with the executive action if i don't get legislation that i can sign from congress. what do you say to the possibility of executive action on immigration? >> we can't have a circumstance in which we are going after a problem as meddlesome, as potentially divisive as
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immigration by executive action only. this has to go through the people's representatives. that's our system. that's the congress. >> i like to move back to the election on what it means because i know this strikes home for you. the race card was used in georgia by the democratic party. if you don't elect a democrat here, you can expect ferguson to happen. >> i'm appalled. >> and trayvon martin as well. you can expect that in the streets if in north carolina doesn't go a certain way. your reaction to that as a woman that grew up as a young girl in the south? >> the fact is, we're not race till have racial tensions in the country. but the united states of america has made enormous progress in race relations and it is the best place on earth to be a minority. the idea that you would play such a card and try fear mongering among minorities just because you disagree with republicans that they're somehow all racist? i find it appalling. i find it insulting. and as a republican black woman from the south, i would say to
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them, really? is that really the argument that you're going to make in 2014? >> that's very interesting because senator tim scott said this. >> when i was a high school kid, i heard so often, you're just not black enough. i'm not even sure what that was supposed to mean. but simply said, too many kids today are facing a choice of dumbing down in order to fit in. >> first of all, does it mean that you're not acting black if you speak well and you're interested in -- what are we doing to our kids when we tell them that their ethnic identity has to make them unsuccessful? that, to me, is really a racist thing to say. and i've been asked many times myself. and i say, look, i've been black all my life. you don't have to tell me how to be black. to my mind, the great thing about the united states of thatf any color, any ethnic group, any nationality, any religion and you can have dreams and aspirations that are your own
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and then you can pursue them. that's what this country is about. >> people say, it's historical electing the first african-american. what do you say to people watching us right now who say, hillary clinton is going to run. we all know that. health allowing. i'm going to vote for her because it would be historic. i want to see the first woman. what would you say to that? >> i always make my choices as a voter on people's policies, on what i think they'll do as president. and that's the wisest course and i just hope everyone will listen to the policy choices that candidates are putting before us. >> i couldn't help when i talked to president bush, it didn't take him long to bring up his brother, jeb bush. what could you tell about the jeb bush you know and the chances of him running? >> i am very fond of jeb bush. i believe he's -- he's a friend. he was a terrific governor of florida. i work with him on some immigration and education issues. it's going to be a good field, i think for the republicans. >> who excites you? >> well, i'm in a mode to listen and let people debate and let's see who emerges and comes forward. >> what about you?
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>> i am a professor at stanford. i'm a happy professor at stanford. that's where i'm staying. i got the chance to be secretary of state. i'm an international relations specialist. it doesn't get better than that. i'll always find ways to serve my country. but these days it's through work with boys and girls clubs and playing concerts for kids -- and pick football teams. >> she's part of the final four committee who will pick the first ever college football -- final four college football teams. a little later, you'll hear more from the interview, probably on monday on when he talks about international relations, the state of the world and what it is like now that we've moved off center stage and how the rest of the world has responded. you can only imagine. >> she's classy. great interview. >> great job. it is about ten minutes before the top of the hour. straight ahead, your kids are never going to be late to school again. up next, the guy who built that bus and why. >> let's first check in with martha mccallum. she's going to tell us what is coming up on her show in 11
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gentlemen! >> 321 miles an hour. amazing yellow school bus is powered by a fighter jet engine and can go 367 miles per hour. but it's also driving home an important message for kids all across the country. adrenaline junky paul custom built the bus and joins us live from indiana. good morning to you, paul. >> good morning. >> all right. give us the stats on that thing. it is incredible. >> yeah. basically we started off with an f-16 phantom jet engine, 42,000 horsepower. 21,000 pounds of thrust. it could go straight up if it wanted to. and built a bus around. there is only 3 or 4% bus parts on it. the door opening mechanism, et cetera. but it's all more parts you find on aircraft than on a bus. but it was designed to go
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basically 350 miles an hour. >> when you go 350 miles an hour, have you yet pulled out that stop sign to see if it slows you town? >> they look good. >> i see that. so we've got video where your jet bus is going so fast, an airplane is chasing it and the bus is winning. >> yeah. that's what we do for our act. we do air shows all over the world. we're loading up our show in abu dhabi. i've got a drag race down the runway. >> why do you do this, paul? >> we do it for a living, number one. and we also had to get the message out to kids, kids these days have a tendency to sit behind video games. i try to get to schools and get them out there and learn how to build things. go buy a lawn mower. learn how it weld. i grew up on a farm in wisconsin. and do stuff like that. get outside some and learn to do
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things like that. and also get yourself away from bad influences like drugs. we've got a neat slogan that jets are hot, drugs are not. >> and it only seats like two or three people. you can't get a whole classroom in there. but in addition to that, you did a jet powered dog house as well. >> yeah. jet powered dog house and outhouse. we're trying to -- we're looking hard at putting one for people. >> you are the man. sir, thank you and good luck to you. great message. >> thanks for having us. appreciate it. >> that's great. we'll be back in two minutes. stick armed. ♪
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we're almost history in the after the show show. these two will talk 'cause brian and i are leaving. >> folds of honor, go donate. great job. 26.2. >> love the new york city bill: guys, thank you and good morning, everybody. after his party suffered an absolute political humiliation will president obama now change course, saying he has no problem going it alone. if he does not like what he sees from the new republican-led congress. how is that going to work out, huh? will make some interesting stories i think. martha: i think you're right about that, mr. hemmer. good morning to you. i'm doing just great. good morning, everybody. the president spoke at a news conference yesterday. all eyes on this moment. he told reporters that he quote, he heard the voters in the election on tuesday and that he is ready to pass immigration reform, work on the tax code and quote, get some things done with republicans where he can. here he is. >> i'm eaganner to work

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