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passed the family decided the obituary should say not to support hillary. good morning to you. it is monday april 20th. i'm elizabeth hasselbeck. a fox news alert. isis' reign of terror takes another turn after a video shows two groups of christians getting executed overnight. here at home a cross country terror sweep lands several suspects behind bars. details on their plot to wage jihad straight ahead. it's being called the book that could derail hillary's run. the shocking new details about the clinton's cash, where it came from, and how many mountains of there are. and from taya kyle, a night to remember for country music. >> i've watched this milestone artist from the time she was a tangled haired little girl growing up on our fair.
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>> wow. complete highlights from last night's country music awards. because we taped them. thanks to elizabeth's vcr. i owe you one. >> no problem. mornings are better with friends. do people still have vcr's? >> absolutely. i still have the dual deck. >> two of them? >> the vhs and the dvd. >> i've got one of those too but we replaced the tv. it's like should we plug that in? >> that's a big decision. >> it's in the cloud. >> the cloud will destroy us. >> should we watch the kids' home movies, we could but they're on a vhs. >> they're cute. >> but they're grown and shaving. >> we'll get to a fox news alert for you now. while you were sleeping, the al
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shabaab terror group taking aim at the united nations setting off a deadly bomb on board a bus in somalia. >> and that's not the only big news, sadly. there's nor terror news. rich, try to round it all up. >> federal authorities reportedly arrested six in minneapolis and san diego for allegedly preparing to support isis, the international terror organization rampaging across iraq, syria and other parts of the middle east. investigators have been charging others in the united states. this as isis released a video apparently showing beheadings of christians. the united states condemns in the strongest terms the mass murder purportedly of ethiopian christians. these terrorists killed these men solely because of their
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faith lays bare the senseless are brutality. the atrocity underskoercores the need for a -- various reports claim an attack killed several workers and guards. the special representative of the skarbt general for somalia says he is shocked by the loss of life. >> it was shocking. >> when you shock the taliban in afghanistan with your horror and senseless killing, i think you've got a long way w. why we let them in raqqa, in syria, plot and plan and cash in we just sit and do nothing. everywhere you go. and we're arresting 28 since february -- january 1st of this year in our country? >> this will be the topic going into the elections of 2016 who will going forward will be able to make decisions keeping our nation safe. this is a scary weekend.
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hillary clinton is about to spend two days in new hampshire. she had a slow start as we shift gears to a rollout announcing her candidacy. now it looks like things are about to get a lot worse. >> it's about to hit the fan. >> it sure is in a big way. there's a book called clinton cash, it's set to be released on the same day that i believe chelsea clinton is to be at a fundraiser there, which fits nicely with what's in the book. it details all the foreign money the clintons received whilesecretary hillary clinton received. >> it was done by peter switzer. what he's done he's gone through the records of the clinton foundation. he has found that there have been some gigantic payments to the clinton foundation in the way of speaking fees to bill
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clinton. for instance there was a big million dollars donation made to bill clinton by a canadian bank who was a shareholder in the keystone pipeline at the same time hillary clinton was secretary of state. we also got money from different countries like haiti, kazakhstan. not looking g. he's able to connect all the dots. they made $136 million from the time he left office until 2012. where did that come from? a lot of it is cash. >> of the 13 speeches that mr. clinton made that -- they fetched over $500,000 per speech. so people are looking there. he made $13.3 million in speaking fees for 54 speeches. a lot of cash. >> it's not just him. tony rodham sat on the board of
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a mining company. what's unique about that? in 2012 he received one of only two gold exploitation permits from the haitian governments. it's a concession, it was the first of its kind issued in over 50 years. would there be a linkage? a lot of people are saying is this just a right ring hit job again? you know, there have been others that have accused. "the washington post" says this is well-researched. >> "the new york times" obtained the book. this is based on numbers. the book asserts these donations were made and favors were given particularly to foreign entities. it's awful. >> it's cold hard facts. the hillary team has already girded itself. they know this is damning, what they're saying it is simply an absurd conspiracy theory. you know, you start -- you do the math. you look okay, so they made
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close to $140 million. where did the money come from? remember, that's kind of embarrassing for hillary clinton when -- remember when she sat down with diane sawyer and do you remember when she tried to portray the clintons as simple people of simple means? listen to this. >> you have no reason to remember, we came out of the white house not only dead broke but in debt. we had no money when we got there. and we struggled to piece together the resources for mortgages for houses, for chelsea's education. it was not easy. bill has worked really hard. and it's been amazing to me. he's worked very hard. >> wow that's good to know. here's the other thing to keep in mind. do you know what this is? this is a go sign to elizabeth warren. it is saying, i remember mitt romney said if there's nobody to emerge i'll jump in. there is 21 people jumping in.
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elizabeth warren is got any vulnerability, this is a go sign. >> this is huge yield in terms of clinton campaigning now. she's in new hampshire said to be the champion of every day people. these numbers are being leaked out prior to the book's release about the millions of dollars from foreign governments at the time she was secretary of state. that's not so every day. >> last time hillary ran for clinton -- bill clinton torpedoed her. wouldn't it be ironic if bill clinton's speaking fees torpedos her. >> if you want heather nauert to speak for you you better be ready to fork over big bucks. we get the invoice after every show. >> it's hefty. >> under the table, brian. good morning. hope you had a great weekend. this story coming out of washington, d.c. it is a fox news alert.
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overnight a suspect with a suspicious package arrested after jumping the white house fence. that package turned out to be harmless, charges are now pending against that jumper. white house security has been under major scrutiny since the guy jumped the fence last year ran across the lawn and made it inside the white house. we'll have a live report from washington in about 20 minutes. security will be tight at today's boston marathon. 30,000 people expected to run in this year's race. as one million others are expected to line the 26 mile course. organizers say leave your bags and your backpacks at home for security reasons. two years ago twin bombs exploded at the finish line. killing three people and injuring 264 others. convicted bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev now faces the death penalty. his sentencing trial begins tomorrow. you knowited airlines banning a cyber security expert from flying on its plane after he warns that airline computers
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could be hacked. >> there are two ways of doing it. we have focused on actually physically being in the airplane hooking up to the in flight entertainment. theoretically you can leave devices behind and get on through through the on board wireless. >> he works to expose the security risks before they're exploited. he was just stopped while he was trying to board a flight from colorado to california. the airline admitting this, saying they prevented him flying because it's in the best interest of its customers. the fbi was waiting for him when the plane landed. one of the deadliest acts of terrorism in the united states. yesterday thousands gathering to remember the 168 victims, including 19 children who were killed in the oklahoma city bombing 20 years ago.
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family members leaving flowers in the empty chairs. al they listened to a speech from former president bill clinton. those are your headlines. i'll see you back here in just a little bit. hard to believe it was 20 years ago. thank you very much. last night the 50th annual academy of country music awards kicked off at at&t stadium in arlington, texas. in one of the dallas suburbs. they made history for the most attended live awards show of all time. that place can seat a lot of people. >> it may have been one of the emotional highlights of the night. when you actually sautew chris kyle's wife walk into the stadium. watch this. ♪
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>> that was really nice. the military members watched out on stage. >> so emotional and respectful honoring those who serves. garth brooks has done a lot for our military. >> taylor swift announced on tumblr announced her mother has cancer. at 25 she has done more than most do in five careers. her mom came on stage and introduced taylor swift to get her award. let's listen. >> for many years i was her constant compainnion. i witnessed a young girl with very few friends become a young woman with many, learning to stand up for herself and the things she believed in.
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many of you out there tonight with children of your own i am a very proud mom. >> she was, indeed. there taylor comes out on the stage, accepts her award. her mom revealed that taylor does like to write a lot of songs about people she knows. >> she told a story when she was 17. her dad and i didn't like a guy she was about to date. she went in her room and wrote a song. taylor asked her mom to get screened for cancer in christmas. it's a great message. >> a big show down in texas. we're going to show you highlights throughout this monday morning. coming up, his flying bicycle landed on the capitol lawn. now the man behind the gyrocopter crash is speaking out. >> i had expected to be intercepted on the way.
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what are the different type and dangers? let's ask. thanks for joining us since you used to run that element of the hudson institute. for example we hear the term skunk, what do we think of? >> skunk is a new form of cross bread marijuana which has more thc. it runs at levels of 20% to 30%. that contrasts with the marijuana of the cheech and chong days when it was 3% to 4%. it's wide spread coming out of colorado and that market as new forms are appearing and. it gets people loaded. >> by the way this is to underline the fact this is dangerous, more dangerous than you're being led to believe. that's why we're talking about it t not to sell it t. butter is together term what it is it.
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>> it takes it into an arena we haven't seen. it's the concentrate, extract of all the marijuana thc. they produce it by running butane through the marijuana leaf and extract pure thc. 70% to 90% potency. people take a hit and they're completely blitzed. it's leading to bizarre behavior and increasing the risk of addiction and being trapped by this drug. never seen this before. >> edibles possibly the most dangerous. you have no idea what you're getting it. >> they're remarkable because people eat a small amount and don't feel the effect because it's taken orally. then they have the whole candy bar. hour later it hits them hard and they are frightened by what happens to them. >> synthetics? >> they're a new form. cremical contamination sprayed
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on a leaf that's smoked. you don't know what you're getting. it's leading to bizarre behavior. >> there's a lot of danger out there. thanks for giving us four different kinds. appreciate you joining us. coming up straight ahead we change gears. she was in the air force before he got the boot for posing in playboy. when she saw an american flag being jumped on she had to jump in. new polls say hillary clinton cannot be trusted. will it matter? the woodhouse brothers promise not to agree next. ♪ you can't go to distance ♪
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24 minutes past the top of the hour. quick headlines. passengers on a tour bus in california barely escaping as flames overtake the video. this photo show the bus after all 53 people escaped. dramatic video out of new jersey showing two police officers pulling an unconscious woman from her overturned car. moments later the car catches fire and then explodes. the driver survived, thankfully, though and was charged with a dwi. hearing people talk about they don't think hillary clinton is honest or trustworthy. name a politician in either party that's running for president, particular, that
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people think is honest and trustworthy. >> this as new polls in three key swing states show most voters do not believe hillary clinton is honest and trustworthy. do people think all politicians cannot be trusted snd? we have the woodhouse brothers. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> all right. dallas, let's start with you, are you shocked that these numbers -- we got a poll. we'll put it up. would you say that hillary clinton is honest and trustworthy or not? a majority of people in colorado say no. a plurlality of them say no and virginia say she's not trustworthy. can she be president if you got numbers like that? >> actually, she can. her numbers have taken a hit because of the e-mail scandal, assuming nothing else comes out. those numbers can improve. and this is what campaigns are
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about. she gets to go to the american people. and talk about her record and service. and comparing and contrast herself with one specific candidate. right now, she's running against a generic republican which puts her at a disadvantage. this is what campaigns are for. >> this and going to chipoultly. >> i agree. i don't think any of this matters. she got two months where she was just pilloried by the press and republicans and a lot of inaccurate reporting. she didn't have a campaign. she had a press conference. she has a campaign now and an opportunity to go out there to have a message to talk about championing the middle class. i think you'll see those numbers improve. but to joe trippi's point we
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have a partisan environment in this country. democrats don't think that republican politicians are trustworthy. republican voters don't think democratic politicians are trustworthy. some of these numbers are not surprising. >> let middle easte say this one thing. the vote for president is different. it's highly personal. people take a lot of time to think about the candidates. the president comes into your bedroom, kitchen, for four years. hillary clinton will get a fair shot a fair hearing, as will the republican nominee. the vote for congress is different. they will give her a fair hearing. >> all right. look at that. the brothers woodhouse in a moment of unity. >> we agree. >> this is crazy. your mother must be so happy somewhere. thank you for joining us, talking about hillary's untrustworthiness maybe doesn't matter. coming up on the monday breaking
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overnight. another person tries to jump the fence at the white house. this time with a suspicious package in hand. the latest developments in a live report from d.c. coming up next. she was in the air force before she got the boot for posing in play boy. when she saw an american flag being stomped. she had to jump in. she has been banned from a college campus for defending the flag. happy birthday to supermodel miranda kerr is 32 today. ♪ new flonase allergy relief nasal spray outperforms a leading allergy pill. most allergy pills only control one substance, flonase controls six.
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fox news alert breaking overnight. another scare at the white house. there are new reports, a guy person tried to jump the fence while carrying a suspicious package. double trouble. doug luzader is live with the unfolding story. i thought they were making the fence higher? >> at least stronger. they added the second layer of fencing outside the main layer. that isn't stopping people. this is unusual so many of these fence jumpers do this. right along the north lawn, along pennsylvania vaevavenue. this was along the south lawn. even if you made it over the fence you'd have a long way to run. "the washington post" reports the package ended up being harmless. this comes in a long list of
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incidents. one guy made it inside the white house last year. you see the guy running. he was eventually caught. he made it too far. the secret service is doing what they k. what they're proposing is making a difference in the fence. this is what the top of the fence looks like. there is points up there. the national park service is talking about adding a layer of spikes, kind of interspersed along the top of the fence to make it almost impossible to climb without impaling yourself. this is the federal government we're talking about. this is taking a long time to get installed. we think they will install these relatively soon to try to make these incidents less frequent. >> it's difficult for the white house to get a layer of fence put in. that's pathetic. >> it's not an additional fence. this is kind of a little add on
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to it. >> what some people have done they've gotten up to the fence and put something over the spiky part right there. they're easily able to climb over. >> right. one more level. >> in theory. >> i guess we requested during the truman administration we're getting to it now. >> fence jumping is an olympic sport right now. >> you know what may be a sport? gyrocopter. i didn't know there was such a thing or that it was physically possible outside et. >> the credible thing is doug hughes was flying through limited airspace. it had people waving at them. they were excited to see him. he is speaking out as to whether or not he's a patriot. he was worried about campaign finance reform. are you -- >> patriot. >> thanks, steve. >> a pyromaniac?
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this guy, by all intents and purposes should have been shot. here is doug hughes. >> i made one single pass up the mall. and took it right up to where i intended to land. i've had expected to be intercepted on the way. i didn't see any vehicles. we got bigger problems in this country than fussing about whether or not the security around d.c. is iron clad. okay. we need to be worried not about whether somebody can fly into d.c. we need to worry about the piles of money going into congress. >> do you consider yourself a patriot? >> no, i'm a mailman. >> he's frustrated people are not focusing on what his message was, the money being used to influence elections. ultimately because he had those letters for every member of
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congress because those have been seized by the police there he could have gotten them to the congress people faster if he would have mailed them. >> you may consider that one package delivered in terms of the gyrocopter. he's wearing a device. he's a mailman not a patriot. >> i don't know if he's going to pass any psychological exam. i think he's a whack job. it is such a bad president to think this guy can get through. he got through and he says it's no big deal. >> now the bad guys know if you're 40 feet up, the radar starts notetsicing you at 1,100 feet. if you have something lower you can get real close. >> as long as santa stays hi, norad will keep track of him.
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got some news to bring you. a story we've been following for a few days. overnight, a missing long island mother and her daughter were found safe and sound in new york city. iown i iona and her daughter vanished three weeks ago. they were apparently at a hotel at least for some of the time. a worker at the hotel where they were staying recognized them and reported them to police. we still don't know what happened to them. no charges are expected, but glad they are okay this morning. overseas now a migration crisis as countless people try to escape nations in chaos. this time 900 people are believed dead after a smuggler ship capsized in the mediterranean. one survivor claims hundreds were trapped behind locked doors with no chance of escaping. that boat was heading from libya to italy and flipped over when
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too many people crowded one side. two dozen bodies have been pulled from the water. a veteran who posed for play boy was arrested this weekend after saving our flag while being trampled. this picture show students stomping on old glory. michelle stepped in to take away the flag. >> actually it is. actually it is. >> anytime it's been torn or ripped. it needs to be disposed o. this belongs to the entire united states. >> no, it's not yours. >> good for her. she refused to give back that flag. and listen to what was happened. she was tackled to the ground by police and handcuffed. she was not charged but it is banned from campus right now. the school president says he disagrees with the protesters
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actions but understands it is within their first amendment rights to do that to our flag. two security guards try stopping an empty golf cart that took on a life of its own. the guard eventually crashes the window but can't stop it. the guard grabs it with his hands holding it still until his colleague could climb inside and stop it. brian? >> all right. >> thank you very much. i owe you a favor. why didn't we smash the windshield of a golf cart without a driver? it's not going to stop the golf cart? or is that too deep a question for this hour? nba playoffs in full swing. most anticipated in quite some time. lebron trying to bring victory back to ohio. irving was unbelievable. she scored 20 points.
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they take out boston 113-100. game two is tomorrow. good news to tim tebow fans, he is closer to making an nfl comeback. the philadelphia eagles had the wisdom to sign him. philadelphia plans to use him as a fourth quarterback during the off season program. the former heisman trophy winner hasn't played since 2012. he has spent the past year as an espn analyst. it has become a tradition at wriggly field to catch a ball in your beer. then you have to shove the ball and have a beer. >> a new tradition is born. >> this guy caught a foul ball. using his expensive ball park beer. instead of letting it go he let it go in there and he became a
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hero to the crowd. another cubs fan did another same thing. the wave happened in the 1980s one person did it. i wouldn't be surprised if maria does this every time we talk to her during the summer. >> good morning. good to see you this morning. we're tracking a large storm system that's moving eastward. this storm is going to bring the potential for some severe weather as we head into later this afternoon and this evening. you can see the risk area includes georgia and pennsylvania. large hail damaging winds and isolated tornados will be possible. across the plains the risk for severe storms will be tomorrow and the midweek. that's going to be with another storm system we're tracking. otherwise high temperatures across the nation, very spring like. take a look at the southeast, high temperatures in the # 0s and 80s in raleigh and atlanta. the great lakes you are in the
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chilly side. 30s and 40s. minneapolis is on the chilly side. 49 degrees for your high temperature today. let's head back inside. >> thank you very much. i guess that's a no. >> that's a no. >> you never know. maria has an opportunity to take in that toss and see if she will chug a beer. >> coming up, it is happened again, one mom catches her baby's monitor following her around her own house. >> every single hair on my body stood up y. was freaked out. >> that mom is here live with a warning every parent needs to hear. what a story he led his troops to safety in one of the fiercest battles of the vietnam war. now one of that war's most highly decorated vets shares his story of bravery. it's a story you want to hear, and it's next on "fox and friends." life from new york city. ♪ you won't find nothing that he
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life. >> he's the co-author of abandoned in hell. retired army captain william hawk. he's one of the most highly decorated veterans. >> thank you both. it's great to be on a show i watch every day. >> let's talk about your story. you're 21. you are in charge of this outpost. you show up your first day, your surrounded by the north vietnamese. you're out numbered 40 to one. >> i landed on 28 october. there were things that needed to be done. we made preparations to enhance our defenses and start running some saturation patrols. we got him that night. our ambush patrol came in. the lead element followed by the 28th.
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both infantry augmented by a battalion. >> you look back now as you wrote this book, you probably said to yourself there's no reason i should be alive that day? >> that night when all the options are over we knew on that point on 1 november, 1969 they wouldn't give us reinforcements. so as surrender, and that was not going to happen. die in place to what end? it's not like we were fighting a delaying action like the alamo or attempt a breakout. we went for the breakout. as we waited for air cover to come that never came, i remember looking up in the sky at the almighty and the cosmose and thinking i'm going to die tonight and that's okay. once i realized it -- the other guys too. a sense of calmness came over here. i was no longer afraid. i was afraid up to them i said
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dear lord, let me get as many of these brave young men out as possible before you take me then i'm ready to go. but i'm sitting here. >> a spiritual surrender not a physical one. >> we lost one man. some people say that's a minor miracle. if you were there it's a major miracle. >> you would go on to service our nation in secret service. >> vice presidents and presidents and foreign heads of state. i can't imagine myself doing anything else. it was great run. 25% plus years. >> the new book is called abandoned in hell. thank you very much. >> thank you. coming up he came close to killing president reagan. now he's spending his days relaxing on a golf course and may be on the verge of being
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welcome back. hackers have a new way to see everything you are doing by hacking into your baby monitor. one mom said this happen to her when she realized strangers
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watched her and her sons' every single move. thanks for being here with us. >> thank you for having me. >> explain to us what happened. you're in putting baby decker down for a nap or picking him up for a nap. what did you notice at that time? >> i noticed the camera it was pointing down at decker then i noticed it pointing up and over towards me. it looked right at me. >> it had not done this before? >> no. >> okay. so you're seeing this happen did you think right away i've been hacked? >> i really didn't know what to think. that was the first thing that came to my mind. i was like, is this happening to me? i have read other stories of it happening to moms out there. i couldn't believe it. >> you tested it a little bit. you decided to move around the world what happened? >> i moved to the left and it followed me. i went to the room where the
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monitor device is and it followed me. >> i have a sick feeling in my stomach hearing this. what did you feel when you realized what was going on? >> shocked mad and very scared. >> do you feel safe now? >> it took me a few days to feel safe in my own home. but i feel safe now. i mean, we have put a password on everything. i have taken the necessary precautions now to feel safe. >> what are those exactly? you're still using the monitor, as i'm hearing correctly. go ahead. >> we took the wi-fi monitor back and got a regular monitor that has just a regular video. >> okay. so you're eliminating the chance of this happening again specifically. for those out there who have this type of device? what is your recommendation with
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passwords in terms of wi-fi and the app that you used it. >> i would suggest a very, very strong password for your wi-fi and the baby monitor app that you can view your child through the wi-fi. i didn't have that. and i really regret it. >> do you blame yourself? >> yeah. i do. because i had every intention to put password on my wi-fi i never get around to t. busy first time mom i put it off. >> we get that. every mom busy as can be. you're sending a message that will help so many. we want thank you. baby decker, he's as cute as can be. the obama administration says the fallout is no big deal. you will hear from a mom who
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demanded an apology. plus gop presidential candidates swarm to new hampshire for a win over voters. that list includes donald trump. he'll tell us why he's disappointed in republicans.
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good morning today is monday april 20th. a fox news alert for you. six new terror suspects arrested here in the united states. they were not acting alone. details on the raid and this brand new video. making threats from overseas. forget that pesky e-mail scandal. something new surfaced that even "the new york times" admits hillary cannot delete. new information that could derail her white house dreams. we'll detail it. >> families of fallen soldiers furious with the pentagon for dismissing our loss with isis. >> my son's blood is on that soil. to say it's not symbolic it's
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just unconscionable to me that happened. >> will our government give those families the apology they're asking for and they deserve. find out straight ahead. you're watching "fox and friends" live from new york city. it's monday. you know i'm getting all my news these days from twitter. >> and? >> apparently like, in two minutes donald trump will be interviewed on "fox and friends." he writes, some very interesting topics. i think we should stay tuned? >> i think so. >> you got it in 140 characters. >> he's got room to follow. he's, by the way at realdonald trump. >> heather nauert what is your handle? >> heatherfoxnews. >> i'm going to follow you now. >> thanks, steve.
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good morning to you. let's start out with a fox news alert right now. we have disturbing new details to bring you. on this horrific isis video showing the murder of christians in libya. the executioner in that video speaking with a north american accent. and some analysts believe it may be the same man who was featured in a february video that shows the mass murder of 21 coptic christians. the white house condemning the video today. then, also new this morning, new news that al shabaab terror group is taking aim at the united nations. ten workers and guards were killed when a bomb exploded on board a bus in somalia. and then here at home, the feds just nabbed six want to be jihadis sunday in mann and san diego. investigators say the suspected terrorists planned to join isis fighters in syria. overnight a suspicious package that a man was carrying, this man was arrested after
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jumping the white house fence with this package. the package turned out to be harmless but charges are pending. white house security has been under scrutiny since a man jumped the fence last year. we learned that steel spikes may be added to the fence to stop this from happening. we had a report from that in washington a while ago. ronald reagan's shooter may soon reenter society free and clear. john hinkley jr. has spent time at his mom's home. he enjoys long walks playing the guitar painting and eating fast food. his freedom coming in gradual doses over the years. this week a court hearing is to begin to decide whether he should become a permanent member
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of williamsburg, virginia. >> the academy of country music awards was a star studded event. take a look. ♪ >> she knows how to rock it. miranda lambert took home the most awards. taylor swift accepted a award from her mother who is battling cancer. country legend garth brooks singing a tribute to our troops with members of the military filling that stadium. ♪ and i'll go down with pride ♪ >> boy, he did it really well didn't he?
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brooks' best selling artist in music history. getting a milestone award. love how they do it. >> absolutely. guinness book of world records was called because of the size of the crowd. >> now that i'm following you i see you are an anchor at fox news channel you are a wife, mom to two boys and two dogs. thank you dog mom. >> that is true. >> you have to review your profile to see how responsible you are. how responsible is donald trump? >> he shows up every monday morning. >> you're filling your weekends with a lot of appearances. sounding much more like a candidate than ever before. when you were joined by as many as 20 other candidates what did you see in new hampshire? >> i saw a lot of candidates. it's very interesting to see what's going on. there are a lot of good people. a lot of people that do love this country.
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now, i don't know if they're going to get the message out, if it will get out right. certainly there were a lot of people up there. >> you said that you were disappointed in many republicans. with whom are you specifically disappointed with and why? >> i'm disappointed in republicans -- i'm a conservative republican but i'm disappointed that things happened. i've been saying it for a long time. politicians are all talk and no action. whether it's benghazi or irs or so many other things the e-mails. things happen, you hear great indignation, ranting and raving for a couple days and they go back to running for office and doing what they do. if nothing gets done, it's all talk no action. i've been saying it. it's part of what i'm talking about and why this country is in trouble. >> something you did say over the weekend that got the attention of many gathered there, you said i can beat hillary clinton. how many other people running for president so far in the republican side do you think are in your category and could beat
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hillary clinton? >> i think very few. i think maybe a couple. but i think very few. >> who do you think they are? >> i just don't -- i'd rather not say at this point. i'll be saying it at some point. there are few that are going to beat her. >> two things you brought up specifically. i don't want to hear you're going to cut social security and medicare, why don't you want to hear people attack entitlements? >> i tell you what's happening the democrats are not doing it. they're attacking social security, the republicans. medicare and medicaid they're not saying how to make the country rich again. if you l china and other countries they're taking our job and manufacturing. they're becoming wealthy hell. they're loaning us back money. we're paying them with stronger dollars. that's not necessarily a positive by the way. it sounds good but it's not positive. we're losing tremendous amounts of manufacturing. so china is taking our money. they're loaning it back.
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we're not making our country rich. and we're not going to make our country great again. they're talking about well, let's see what can we do? we'll cut social security. people have been paying in for years. they'll cut social security, medicare and medicaid. i'm the one saying i'm not going to do that. i'm going to make it so rich you don't have to do. >> you have what it takes to beat hillary clinton. her most formidable opponent may be herself. and this book called clinton cash, did you hear about it out may 5th? it outlined the habit of the clintons of collecting money from foreign entities in return for political favors? and all this happening while she was secretary of state. i mean she made -- mr. clinton made $13.3 million in speaking fees for 54 speeches. of the 13 speeches that made half a million dollars or not. two occurred happened when she
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was not serving as secretary of state. >> the author is highly respected in many circles. if they can connect dots where things are done for are these large payments and she's secretary of state, it's not supposed to be happening that way. if they can connect the dots it's illegal. of course, they say that all the time. again, the republicans and people talking, they say about the e-mails, totally illegal. i'm not saying they shouldn't have been done. they're illegal. petraeus, they made a deal he was supposed to go to jail for lesser offensives. i hardly hear talk of the e-mails anymore. i have all the politicians up there they're all coming up frankly they want my support than anything else. not even my financial support, a they want my support. and sort of awkward for them. you know, i hear all about we started with e-mails. you don't even hear that anymore. it's like gone. >> but if there was and peter
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switzer does a good job connecting the dots. it's in the "new york times," are they trying to throw a wrench? if there was this quid pro cash. we'll give you a bunch of dough if bill clinton gives a speech. that's illegal. what the justice department would have to charge them, and they're not going to do that. >> let me just say this, if it were a republican, and that book were rin and that book were true, the republican would be going to jail. >> you're right about that. >> i'm not talking about a little discretion. i'm talking the republican would be going to jail. you don'tven anybody i guess that would prosecute. that book makes very serious accusations. if that were a republican and if that stuff is true, the republican would be going to jail. can you imagine a book like that being written by richard nixon? it would be over. >> he never would have been
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president. >> i think what you're pointing out -- hillary clinton is going to be in front of congress once for benghazi and these e-mails. the frustration you might have as a politician. when you pick up the phone things get done. in politics there's a push and a pull and a committee and a vote and there's a delay. that stuff might drive you nuts. >> well i understand that. leadership is leadership. you get people to work and do things. when i look at what's going on with hillary. to me the e-mails are very situation. i'm telling you i spent a weekend in new hampshire and you hardly even heard about that. that tell other things about her. they didn't like her dress. they don't even talk about this anymore. this was a big topic two weeks ago and they don't even talk about it anymore. again all talk no action. nothing gets done with these people. it's very disappointing. >> well there's a lot of people talking, you got to understand very well-received by the crowd.
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>> her team says it is absurd conspiracy theory of this book. they're doing their best to tamp it down and say nothing to it. >> i did have the biggest response and the biggest standing ovation. i'm very happy. >> are you still looking at june? >> june, july yes. >> you should declare on a monday morning. it will save you time, you won't have to go out. >> stranger things have happened. stranger things have happened. >> it wouldn't be that strange to be on our show. >> you grieuys have a great show. i've do your show so many people talk about it. al you do other shows. a lot of people are watching lots of other shows. you have a great show. >> thank you very much. we've been the number one morning news show for over a decade. thanks to you it's great on mondaysism mondays. go run your empire. >> thank you. >> we'll await that announcement in june or july. >> big decision. will i sit here, here or here.
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>> first it was iraq now isis is seizing territory in nearby afghanistan. the white house not worried. an insider at the pentagon sounding the alarm when we come back. it was routine school picture day until this little boy got the shock of his life. the heart-warming surprise from his soldier dad. >> you mean photo bomb dad? ♪
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why? >> i spoke to a very senior flag officer in his office in the pentagon pentagon. privately they'll admit what's going on. you cannot hide the fact that isis is not only gaining ground they are being effective. in this case afghanistan. this senior official told me the pentagon is much more worried about isis and the gains of ground and recruiting in afghanistan and pakistan than they are the taliban. that tells you a whole lot right there. this also tells me something else, the policy is to basically ignore it. by the fact we're allowing them to gain ground and by having ignored the threat -- think about this. we've ignored this threat to the level that it was able to metastasize in iraq and global rapidly. it's insane. >> why having the knowledge of hindsight, and seeing what has happened in iraq in a vacuum that was formed there, why now would we take the same strategy and move forward with that?
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>> we had foresight to know it's not going to work. the basic premise we have paid so much blood in iraq. you have families that lost their children there. we're ignoring it. we don't care about cities falling. general dempsey needs to get off being a cheerleader. we are choosing to not be successful. we're training brigades, they're iraqi. it's failing. we're playing the ground game at home. all over now, libya sudan yemen, afghanistan. we are choosing to allow them to gain gound because they recall're saying we'll get to it eventually. i would fire general dempsey if he can't do his job. >> never a dull take from you. we thank you for being here.
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when you say you speak with insiders at the pentagon and they're concerned, we need to be concerned. we'll see you next time thank you. coming up gun control supporters think tasers are the answer to curbing violence. a new documentary show these tasers can be just as deadly. the man behind that film joining us next. there's some facts about seaworld we'd like you to know. we don't collect killer whales from the wild. and haven't for 35 years. with the hightest standard of animal care in the world,
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good morning. for years, cops have considered the taser a crucial tool for stopping suspected criminals in their tracks. there's no doubt it works. this week a new film wondered how much power is too much power in the hand of our police? joining me now is a filmmaker, a man who is behind this movie.
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it's called tom swift and his electric rifle. what led you to this story? >> it was a 2008 when i was still a student reporter at the university of missouri. and a young man, a 23-year-old man died during a traffic stop. i happened to working a shift the night he died. i raced up there, eventually became very close with his family. and tried to ask why this happened. that was certainly a rabbit hole that eventually led me to taser international's doorstep. >> he was taseered and he died? >> yes. my initial thought was tasers don't kill anybody. i felt the film was much more about them. >> the number that jumps out at me roughly 500 people have died
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after being tased? >> you know part of the problem is with use of force,e, we don't actually keep acerous statistics about in custody deaths. amnesty international that number comes from them. what taser would say there is no definitive proof that in those cases, the taser was what caused the death. the trick there, is that when medical examiners do not cite the death, they say the medical examiners are correct. when they do, they say they don't have the expertise to make that decision. >> how would you characterize how taser responded? >> they were open minded because the film gives a different opportunity, a bigger platform. i went in saying i wanted to get their honest perspective. the film makes a genuineeffort and is told through their perspective to try to understand. i think what's great about the film it makes the company have
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to justify their success. >> i'm getting from this, you can't blame the officer. they said this works. now they're finding out you can't hit people in the heart. you have to find other places because it screwed with -- no matter healthy it is if you nail somebody in the heart it can cause death. >> we had a complicated problem about what to do with suspects violent suspects when you can't shoot them but you don't want to baton them or you don't want to tackle them aggressively. it was a very simple solution to a really complicated problem. the officers weren't made aware of the hypothetical consequences that could go wrong. the company was so adamant the weapon cannot kill people. they are still adamant they can't kill people. >> how do we get a chance to see this film? >> already premiered friday at
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tribecka. i hope it will have distribution. >> you're in one of the most premiered. >> i started at 24 years old and i at a festival. >> when you started the festival you didn't have to shave. now you got to shave every hour. look at the beard you got. congratulations on the project. three minutes before the bottom of the hour. here's what's straight ahead. the families of fallen soldiers furious with the pentagon for dismissing our latest loss. >> my son's blood son that soil. and to say it's not symbolic, that is -- it's unconscionable to me that happened. >> will our government give those families the apology they deserve. his flying bike landed on the capitol lawn. the man behind the gyrocopter crash speaking out. >> do you consider yourself a
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to the beginning of the race. this is the second marathon since the bombings occurred. so many runners coming back. year after year showing resiliency in a sense the finish line was reclaimed last year. there are so many stories of resiliency to share. there are victims working towards their recovery. we had a chance to speak with a young woman a mother. absolutely incredible story. her name, rebecca gregory. her life forever altered during that attack in 2013. she struggled for 19 months to keep her legs. severely injured during the first explosion. only deciding to amputate this past november. she received her prosthetic leg in january and returned to boston in march to testify against dzhokhar tsarnaev the bomber, she is back again this weekend. she is running. she is running the last few miles of this course. take a listen. >> two years ago, i was laying on the pavement fighting for my
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life. one year ago i was being pushed in a wheelchair across the finish line when we did the 1 k tribute. this year the only thing hitting the pavement will be my running shoes. >> she is among the victims that have come so far. she speaks around the country. real inspiration. tomorrow the jury that convicted dzhokhar tsarnaev on 30 federal counts will once again begin the second phase of his trial. they will ultimately determine whether or not he spends his life in prison or is put to death. back to you. >> molly line mere the finish line. the boston marathon in boston on this patriot's day. 2015. >> it's an incredible day in that city. having run it myself and gone through there, that's a passionate city. in the past few years that has been growing. boston strong today. >> you know what? the thing is at the end of our show we'll do an interview with the most controversial debate is
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whether he should be put to death. >> the majority of people say no. give him live don't kill him. 27 minutes before the top of the hour on this patriot's day t. heather has news. hope you're off to a great day. the families of our fallen furious with the pentagon for dismissing our latest loss against isis. the chairman of the joint chiefs, general martin dempsey down playing the falling of ramadi. take a listen. >> the city itself. it's not symbolic in any way. it's not been declared you know, part of the caliphate on one hand or central to the future of iraq. we want to get it back. we'd much rather that ramadi not fall fall. it won't be the tend of a campaign. >> debbie lee lost her son in ramadi. he was the first u.s. casualty in iraq.
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listen to what she had to say. >> our sons our daughters, our husbands, our wives our men and women that are still with us who served over there, sacrificed so much for us. to say that that's not symbolic, it's not significant, are you kidding me? my son's blood is on that soil. >> lee has written a letter to dempsey. and even heard from the general's staff but is still waiting to hear back from the general. we talked to so many veterans on friday. they echoed her sentiments. passengers on board a tour bus in california barely escaping with their lives. look at this as flames engulf that vehicle. terrifying photos shows the moment the fire forced all 53 people to be evacuated in the southern california desert. the driver says he heard what sounded like a rear tire exploding before he saw the flames. he flew on to the lawn of the u.s. capitol.
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this florida mailman is getting his wings clipped today. doug hughes begins house arrest in florida. he's speaking out for the first time about that gyrocopter stunt. >> i had expected to be intercepted on the way. and i didn't see any vehicles. >> do you consider yourself a patriot? >> no, i'm a mailman. >> love that response. get in a good laugh here. hughes says he was trying to deliver letters to congress. a picture perfect homecoming for one soldier. he surprises his son in a flash. after months of servicing in kuwait army corporate james bass photo bombed his son joshua as he posed for a school photo. when he showed him the photo he turned around and runs into his dad's arms. so cute. i love a kid that age. they can get embarrassed with their parents --
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>> he's looking at him thinking how did you get my dad in that sglaut. >> it was hard to see the dad because there was tree and he was wearing camouflage. severe weather now powerful thunderstorms and damage diagnose winds across the country. in alabama several reports of tornados. a twisting ripping off siding. >> check out this video from lake hamilton, arkansas. that is hail pounding down on the docks and into the water of a lake. >> maria molina. >> good tuesday you. a lot of hail across parts oft plains, actually on saturday we were storm chasing across oklahoma and had to deal with hail then. that same storm system is moving east. you can see rain comes down
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across pennsylvania, upstate new york and down into parts of new jersey. it's a tough commute for so many of you. that rain will be moving out. behind it we'll start to see showers and thunderstorms developing. some of those could be producing severe weather. anywhere from parts of georgia up until pennsylvania. there is an isolated chance for some tornados. keep that in mind throughout the dampt there's a quick look at your high temperatures. very spring like for men. >> maria molina outside where it's raining. that's why she's got the umbrella. thank you. >> i love that umbrella. the final beetle inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. >> what took so long? ♪ i need somebody to love ♪ >> ringo getting help from his friend paul mccartney. he is one of the many stars being honored.
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bill withers and joan jett. >> ainsley earhardt was there. that's what her response form says. >> it was so awesome. i was so honored to be sent to cover this. i saw so many legends the stars were aligning in cleveland. an incredible tribute to legends old and new. we had an all access pass to the action. take a look. ♪ >> to be to be able to come here and receive this award, is very emotional. >> bottom line is check this out. stevie wonder knows my name and the brother just put me in the hall of fame.
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>> it's a rock and roll hall of fame induction ceremony this weekend. this is a museum where rock and roll legends have their guitars have their drum sets, have their outfits that they've worn on the cover of albums. we'll give you a mini tour. come on. >> this is a ringo starr outfit from the 1970s. >> well, why did you wait so long? it had nothing to do with me. you have to be invited. ♪ >> joan jett has done it her own way and done it for 40 years. she's in the rock and roll hall of fame. >> i was going to try not to cry and be tough. that's overwhelming. >> anyone who picked up a guitar in the 80s wanted to copy stevie ray. >> because of stevie, i grew up proudly turning down every drug and drink ever offered to me
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because in my mind, that could bring me closer to being like the man i never met and never could. >> i'm not a member a great member of the rock and roll hall of fame. mr. bill withers. ♪ we all need somebody to lean on ♪ >> i remember singing lean on me when i was in middle school talent show. >> lean on me. >> we got great things from green day. this is the outfit billy joe war at woodstock two. this drum set in one legendary show they set it on fire. >> i love rock and roll and i love it for the rest of my life. ♪ a little help from my friends ♪ ♪ i going to try to get help from my friends ♪ >> did you get on stage and sing?
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>> i wish i could. are you kidding? ringo and paul mccartney. i'm not worthy. i want to say thank you to the rock and roll hall of fame museum. if you're in cleveland check it out. >> my family is from there. >> they are? >> what a fun piece thank you. >> you did interviews with these people? >> we have so many interviews. i have so many pictures on my twitter page. i'm being told we are going to you can look it up online. there's too much to show. >> thank you rock and roll ainsley. >> straight ahead. the race for the white house heats up in new hampshire as the 2016 contenders on the republican side test their campaign messages. what did voters respond to the most? dr. larry sabato here with his predictions. taking one claritin every day of your allergy season for continuous relief. with powerful 24-hour, non-drowsy claritin live claritin clear. every day.
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new hampshire. who was the big winner? larry sabato is the big winner. he's the director at the university of virginia center for politics and the author of the surge. he joins us live today. larry, it was interesting seeing 20 of them kind of one at a time. it's easier when you see them up on the stage at the same time and they're debating. over the weekend you got a good idea where they're coming from right? >> this is edgeicational for the activists. much of it was carried on c span. people who care about politics had an opportunity to watch their favorite two or three candidates or maybe the whole lot of them. i was impressed by one thing above all, steve, they were positive toward one another. there were a few tiny digs, by and large they told their story. now what did they turn negative about? hillary clinton. if the republican party could
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keep this large field attacking clinton, and away from attacking one another, they'd be better off. >> next time i see you you got to buy you a cup of coffee. you set up our montage. >> clinton is going to raise million dollars. that's a lot of chipotle. >> her not providing security for our forces should forever preclude her from holding higher office. >> i want to talk to you about my grand parents who immigrated. -- i'm sorry, i've got the wrong notes. this is hillary clinton's speech. >> some pretty funny stuff frump shipoultly to the other part. they're attacking hillary and not feeding on each other. eventually they will start shooting inside the tent?
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>> it's inevitable. the republican leadership hopes they'll delay that as long as possible. apparently hillary clinton is not going to have any kind of senior level opposition, she may have one or two opponents naebd the public would recognize. it is up to the republican field to keep heat on her. otherwise she's going to float above the clouds while they're shooting at one another on the ground. >> and i know that you felt like her rollout was a little on the dull side. you said something interesting at the beginning. you said for the activists this was a great presentation because they were able to look at their top two or three. do you think given the fact there is so many out there and people hate to commit to one, at this stage to get two or three or four in mind they like the best, and then as time goes on they kind of winnow out the field? >> yes. this is the learning season.
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for activists. these are people who keep up. let's remember, they agree with most of their republican candidates on most everything. so they've got to narrow it down. you can't have 19 nominees for president. they've got to pick one. and i think a lot of activists do that. they pick a cluster of candidates they're attracted to. they watch them very carefully and gradually elimnat this that one or the other one until they a arrive at their choice. it's an advantage of our long elections process that everybody complains about. it's a good thing. >> do you have a cluster, a couple you like the best at this point? >> i love all of them, you know that. that's my job. the top tier right now -- i do mean right now -- would be jeb bush, scott walker, marco rubio and if he gets in john kasich. you've got other candidates, apparently entering.
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i mentioned kasich. mike huckabee. we'll have to wait and see what he says. a couple already in have been doing good. ted cruz, and also rand paul. so there are others. you'll have people pop up during this long season. we always do. think of 2012. everybody had a week in the sun. >> they certainly did. all right. so we're here in the learning season. that's why we brought in dr. larry sabato from the university of virginia. thank you for joining us today. >> thank you, steve 689 looking forward to the coffee. >> did -- maybe a small. you know, those big ones are like five bucks. thank you. all right, coming up, last hour we introduced you to a mother terrified after hackers hacked into her baby monitor and then followed her around the room. how this can happen to you and how you can prevent it coming up. kurt the cyber guy has the tips. on this day in history in 1989
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i noticed the camera was pointing down at decker. then i noticed it pointed up and over towards me. it looked right at me. i moved to the left a little bit and it followed me. and i went to the room where the monitoring device is. it followed me. it took me a few days to feel safe. >> hackers targeting baby monitors. how can you keep your family safe? kurt the cyber guy is here to explain how to protect yourself. that was uncomfortable to understand it happened. how sick. >> it happens more than that.
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that's just that she noticed. it's happening all over the place. not just with baby monitors, but with other what's called the internet of things where items that we have in our lives that are connected to the internet. i was just about to show off the fact i can turn off and on my sprinklers with isthe. which also means any talented hacker can turn off and on my sprinklers. the more and more these things are following us into life. this year we'll see a lot more of our life connected to the internet at home. other people can get access to that. like the story with the baby monitor daex-- it's unbelievable. tv sets, garage door openers. anybody else can do it. >> the sacrifice is there with every smart device. >> sacrifice is there with that. the tradeoff and great convenience. then the thing we're miss
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associateing is what i want to give you. get smart about out smarting the hackers and make it tough for them to get through. >> it's going to be fingerprints is the future? >> something like that. some other authenticating mechanism. >> what can we do now? >> just go start right at home. if you think about what happened to this gal, it is like leaving your front door open when you don't bolster up the passwords in your life of all connected items at home. if one door is left open, they can get to anything that's in your life. >> incrypt. >> incrypt. if you're going to buy a baby monitor, make sure it's an incrypted monitor. >> what's does it mean? >> they're scrambling the information that goes to the app and server so it's harder for someone to just tap into the info. >> great to talk to you.
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tangled haired little girl growing up on our farm. >> wow. complete highlights from last night's country music awards. it was record breaking. may i remind you, for the last time, perhaps mornings are better with friends. >> where you going? may i remind you -- that was very ominous. it sounds like at the conclusion of today's show after i make the avocado toast you're going to quit. >> not until you make the toast. >> that was my parent voice. all weekend i'm really a parent. you know. >> and now? >> i felt like i was reprimanding the audience i keep telling you mornings are better with friends. listen to me. >> coming back tomorrow unless something really goes wrong. >> you had my worried there. >> i'm very excited for this cooking with friends. >> i know. today we're going to kick it off with a bang. >> first. >> let's me say this, that was
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elizabeth telling me to read. we just learned the executioner in that new isis video showing the murder of ethiopen christians has a nort american accent. that's not the only terror group making headlines. we're live from thehite house. >> that's what analysts are looking into. this from our catherine herridge who says experts in the u.s. have no reason to disbelief the video. catherine also reporting that it appears to be the same voice used in the execution of twin egyptian back in february. the white house is commenting on this, the national security council in a statement says the united states condemned the brutal mass murder of ethiopian christians in libya. these terrorists killed these men solely because of their faith, lays bare the senseless
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brutality. a bombing of somalia kill several people. al shabaab has claimed responsibility. a un representative there for the secretary general in somalia saying he is shocked and appalled by thlithis is their reportedly in the united states. in minneapolis and in san diego. of what investigators aresaying, of folks trying to or attempting to help isis. we expect to hear more about that today. back to you. >> thank you very much. joining us right now from the north lawn of the white house. bret baier used to be at the white house each and every day. we heard over the weekend in new hampshire a number of republicans saying, regarding isis. if elected, i will destroy them. i will kill them. the current commander in chief once upon a time was talking about how we were going to do something to these people. yet, it seems like it's kind of faded away. >> degrade and destroy. good morning, everybody. i tell you, it is interesting to
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see the administration deal with the isis threat. obviously, these videos continue to pop up. and they get more and more gruesome. this one, just over the weekend deals with more than 30 ethiopian christians either beheaded or shot in libya. and it's shocking to obviously everyone. it is more of this trend, this pattern pattern, especially for christian persecution throughout the middle east. which has been on the rise. >> it sure has. we spoke with lieutenant colonel schaffer here. he says the administration's way of dealing with it is to look the other way. that's been proven wrong when it comes to iraq. >> they're in afghanistan now. >> right. >> in afghanistan yeah. they popped up there. they were actually in a number of places throughout that entire region. and you see isis recruiting from some of the old establishment places, like in iraq. you see the former bathests
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being part of isis. you see in afghanistan some of the war lords kind of joining on. in africa, you see all of these other groups pledging allegiance to isis because they're the flavor of the week. >> we know they're in raqqa. that's where they're headquartered. the administration doesn't believe the american public are behind taking them out. >> what's interesting, is the testimony on capitol hill where you hear about air strikes and you hear only a quarter of them actually drop munitions on targets. you think, what exactly is happening. these guys are adapting. they're hiding. and without a ground presence either ours or some other indigenous force that is controlled and trained by us,
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there doesn't seem to be a lot of headway. >> does not indeed. let's switch gears. let's talk campaign 2016. hillary clinton is heading to new hampshire this week. after her soft kind of weird launch last week. we want you to get your opinion on how you feel about this new book. it's detailed in the "new york times" of all places today. by peter switzer it's called clinton cash. it shows how foreign governments made payments to the clinton foundation and to mr. clinton largely through speaking fees. and in turn received favors when hillary clinton was the secretary of state. that quid procash could be very bad for her. >> yeah. it's very detailed about the connections here. peter switzer has done a number of things investigatively that have shown he can dig into number and details. he's doing it now on this particular issue. while she's secretary of state
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president clinton giving speeches that simultaneously the leaders of the country are meet ing with secretary clinton or some kind of deal that comes through that is somehow facilitated by or introductions are made by the former president as he travelled the world. i think there will be a reverberation from this book. "the new york times" picking it up. supposedly "the washington post" has got a big piece. we've been looking at it. >> let's talk about what the gop is doing. about 20 candidates up in new hampshire over the weekend stating their case in various forums. in tirlserms of what stands out, jeb bush is confronting his critics going into unscripted situations. he is getting blowback correct? >> he is. he's got a part of the party that really is just adamant that they just don't want jeb bush to be the nominee.
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and you see that in his unfavorable numbers in these recent polls. that said he is confronting these folks he's standing up in these q&a sessions and taking the hardest hits. sometimes that gets you points in even the fiercest of critics. >> it does, indeed. all right. 2016 still a long way away. gives us plenty to talk about. thank you very much. we'll be watching special report tonight 6:00 eastern time. >> see you at 6:00. heather nauert has been watching our show. >> she better be. >> i certainly should be. >> she's in charge of it right now. good morning everybody. watching the show as always. we have a fox news alert to bring you. can you believe it's happened once again? overnight a suspect with a suspicious package arrested after jumping the white house fence. that package turned out to be harmless. but charges are still pending against the person. white house security, of course has been under major scrutiny since a guy jumps the fence last
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year and god inside the white house. there is a plan to add steel spikes to the fence to try to stop this from happening again. a long island mother and her daughter are found safe after they were missing for nearly a month. they were found in new york city. iona and emily vanished after they headed into manhattan. a maid reported them to police. no charges are expected. thank goodness they are okay this morning. newly released 911 calls reveal the frantic moments a 13-year-old maryland boy flawlessly directed firefighters to the room in which he and his little sister became trapped in by a raging inferno in their house. listen here as you hear the boy calm his 9-year-old sister in a moment of sheer terror. >> if it's safe to do so stay
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entertainer of the year. taylor swift honored with a milestone award. it was presented to her by her mom who revealed last week she's battling breast cancer. one of the most talked about moments of the night. country music legend garth brooks sending a tribute to our troops with members of the military there in house. take a listen. ♪ >> brooks the best selling artist in music history given the acm's milestone award. they sure now how to do it right in country music don't they? >> it's always bigger in texas. it was last night. they established-- >> they don't have the stiffness
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united states military finally changing course, agreeing to give veterans who survived ft. hood a purple heart for bravery. they have waited five years for this. retired staff sergeant says it is about time. we want to thank you him for joining us. thanks for joining us today. >> thank you for having me. >> is this a done deal? >> i mean, i hope so. obviously, it's never a done deal until it's actually done. and, you know, i have gotten my hopes up before in the past and
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thought things would be fixed and they burnt. >> we'll see in 30 days after the secretary of the army's announcement. >> your story has been one we followed closely. you were shot six times by nuadal hassan. >> that's correct. >> 13 were killed that day. others were wounded, including yourself. for the past five to six years, this has been your ongoing battle. emotionally what it is like to finally hear you're getting what you deserve? >> it's a sense of relief. i mean, it's a sense of hopefully i'll be able to start putting this behind me and not have to worry about the next fight or the next push to try to get things fixed. >> the last time we spoke, you had been awarded a purple heart. the benefits weren't defined yet. practically speaking, what does that mean for the benefits?
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>> all of us will get -- a lot of our pay reinstated we lost. family members of the deceases will receive additional benefits and additional life insurance benefits, which i'm sure their families need. it never replaces somebody they lost. but it helps their family. >> there's a part of you that feels after all that you've been there and an administration that for too long claimed this was workplace violence this day was too long to wait for, that you spent five years fighting this, is there a part of you that still feels that or is it truly behind you? >> there is definitely part of me that feels that. it never should have come to this. it never should have taken five plus years to get this fixed. you know, congressman carter saw me in the hospital the day after i was shot, and you know, i talked to him at the purple
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heart ceremony. and you know he didn't expect the same thing. we kind of expected things to get fixed and taken care of after the shooting to fall into place. clearly, that didn't happen. >> you had a ton of support behind you. through legislation and also through the media here and certainly from fox news. what is your next site? >> well i hope i don't have a next fight. i hope it's something positive, like, just focusing on my future and my family's future. you know, obviously, i'm still always going to stay close with the victims and the survivors of the shooting. you know, we'll try to get together and do things. you know i hope there is no next fight. you know i'm tired of fighting. >> you've done it with strength and honor and courage. for this day to come it is too late in the minds of many, we
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are thankful it's come for you. staff sergeant sean manning, thank you for joining us. >> your guys' support was tremendous. bringing it to the attention of people and getting it out there has helped. i want to thank you for that. >> you deserve it. we'll talk to you soon. coming up a cyber security expert grounded from flying arning to fox news. hear how the airline is explaining this one. you're not going to believe it t. we're bringing our kitchen to your house. steve doocy and wonderful sally doocy, his daughter making their favorite family snack. ♪ we are family ♪ ♪ i got all my sisters with me ♪ ♪ we are family ♪
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quick headlines. former democratic senator and new jersey governor reportedly ready for a comeback. he's trying to launch a hedge fund. you may remember him from mh global. it's tebow time. the philadelphia eagles will sign tebow today. they hope to sign him as their fourth quarterback. he hasn't played a game since 2012. >> that's a big story there. it's huge. does your dad cook like this? ♪ >> dad, this is cold and the cheese is going up and down. >> okay.
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>> there you go. >> not our steve doocy. he has help from his kids. sally doocy is here. so -- >> let me explain why we invited adam. we have a subscription to bon apiteat magazine. you were telling a story about you had friends come over. you had vodka stakeeak and nothing else. >> i remembered the main course and the booze. you always forget about the appetizers. we had bread and avocado. then bread on the grill. >> i was thinking to myself i could make it myself without -- >> burning the house down. >> do you want to explain your recipe. we make this twice a house.
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>> you stole from me i stole from a restaurant in soho. grilled bread like they would do in italy or spain. you love garlic on it after you grill the bread, right? >> is that true, sally? >> it is true. >> that's too soon. adam your own recipe you screwed up. you start with a piece of bread. then you -- >> yeah. >> you've done a lot of magazines. >> listen guys off air steve admitted he uses olive oil spray. >> no. no. no. >> what's the matter with that? i'm a busy man. >> are you at smu? >> from time to time. >> good olive oil. good grill. in indoor or out door. >> the bread is grilled. >> it's hot, it's hot. >> you take it off. now it's rough on the outside. garlic. >> this is a key move. i slice the garlic.
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take a big piece like this and cut the ends off. >> you go east to west? >> i do. i think the most flavor comes from this. that's the way i do t. show how you cut the garlic. >> i know this is radical. i cut it in half that way. you can handle it better. >> who knew this could be controversial? it's a tiebreaker. >> so that's -- it's so easy, right? >> yeah. >> then what you do, you find a good avocado -- >> chef steve. >> haas avocado. make sure it's ripe. >> does this look at familiar? >> he makes it all the time for us. >> how do you smash the avocado? >> like this. then you -- the way i do it, i don't know -- >> i want to see how you do it. >> i use a fork. >> you can do a fork. >> getting aggressive there. look at that. >> he's taking out his
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frustration on the avocado. >> you saw steve do it, let's see sally do it with a lady's touch. >> that's how i do t. let's see how you do it, mr. big talker. >> i like to do pretty slices. >> look at you. i like to fan it out. >> that's not how i saw it -- oh, my goodness. i've been doing it wrong. >> it's like -- >> then -- >> i know it. >> i like to do extra olive oil the drizzle. >> wow. >> sea salt the -- >> i never thought about that. >> what's the finishing touch? red pepper. >> you just saw it done. do it to yours. ready? a little drizzle. >> you got the drizz. >> sally, you've got to be able to do this at college.
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>> you're doing the drizzle, steve. >> it's photo ready. you can't instagram it if it's not pretty. >> get in there. >> it's like edison making a light bulb at your house. >> why don't you try yours? >> the way we make it, we don't put the olive oil on but we will now. >> the smash keeps it on. that's one thing about smash it makes it less pretty but more adhesive. >> adam, thank you. >> tomorrow your daughters are coming in? >> if they're feeling okay we're have artichoke pie around the bend. >> you're not going to want to miss it. >> how good is that? >> very good. we're going to be eating in the break and we'll floss before you get back. did you know what makes
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now that you know how to make avocado toast i'm saying maybe it was the shaker but i put too much red pepper flakes. >> and a lot of garlic. i still smell it. >> garlic? >> yes. >> thanks a lot. tomorrow. -- >> i can tell you're a skilled man. >> what are you going to make? >> it's a secret. i'm going to be cook ing with tim. it will be the first time we cook together. >> your first and last? >> could be. >> i feel bad ever since you said garlic breath. >> i'm just teasing. >> no, she's not. >> heather, can you tell i had garlic for breakfast. >> she said garlic bread not breath. >> what a diplomat. there has been a massive migration of people trying to flee to african continent because of chaos in so many nations. that brings us to our latest fox
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news alert. a survivor from a smuggler ship that overturned now says hundreds of people were trapped on that ship behind locked doors. refg rescuers are searching for as many as 900 of them on that boat that went down on its way to italy. united airlines bans a cyber security expert from flying on a plane after he warns airplane computers could be hacked. >> there are two ways of doing it. we have focused on being physically in the airplane hooking up to the in flight entertainment. theoretically, you can leave devices behind and remotely get in through the on board wireless, correct. >> that is chris roberts, he told fox news he works to expose security risks before they're exploited by bad guys. he was stopped from boarding a
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flight. the airline says they prevented him flying because it's in the best interest of their customers. last week he tweeted about hacking on a flight. the fbi was waiting on him when the plane landed. this video shows two police officers pulling an unconscious woman from her over turned car as the smoke begins to rise. moments later, the car catches fire and explodes. the driver survived and was charged with a dui. don't try this. three men wrangle a reptile with their bare hands a woman in louisiana called them to remove the gator. >> one guy slapped the gator's mouth shot. they wrapped their mouth with electrical tape. because that's what you do t. those are your headlines. >> later gator. >> thank you very much. we're going to say hello not later to maria molina. she's outside. what's going on with the
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weather. it looks like a wet one here in the city. >> it's coming down here in new york city and also other parts of the northeast. we also have rain stretching further south across parts of the mid-atlantic. it's going to be a slow commute for you as we head to work early this morning. the storm system is bringing in concerns for flash flooding. and also the risk for severe sformz storms from georgia, pennsylvania and virginia. over the next couple of days you'll see a new storm system moving into the plains. that will bring the risk for severe storms there. it will be an active pattern over the next few days. high temperatures spring like across most of the country but chilly in the upper midwest and new england. >> thank you very much. meanwhile, attention all of you rich ceos. hillary clinton knows what you're up to t. she's not going
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to stand for t. not for one second. >> i think it's fair to say that as you look across the country, the deck is still stacked in favor of those already at the top. and there's something wrong with that. there's something wrong when ceos make 300 times more than the typical worker. >> wait a second, maria bartiromo says hillary makes more in an hour than those rich ceos. she joins us live. >> this story really goes to the honesty and integrity. and the platform that hillary clinton is running on. the truth is hillary clinton makes $300,000 per speech. >> which is about an hour. >> about an hour. and she giveeches a year. there is a report out today that looks at what it would be versus -- if you looked at a ceo salary and, of course they are very high salaries, public company ceos. if you took an hour out of that. it's less than the hour that hillary is making from the
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speeches. also the census bureau says the average household inm cancome is $54,000. you're talking about hillary's paycheck being much more than the average person out there h. so this is her platform she's running on. it's somewhat of a hypocrisy. >> will she get nervous she's talking so much about drilling down on rich people? >> i don't think so. this is more of the same. wall street does view this as another extension of the obama presidency, frankly. i think they are expecting this from the left. and that's what we're getting, more of the same. >> plus there's always the fact that she and her husband are good friends with people on wall street. so while she might say one thing in public, behind closed doors it's like don't worry that's -- >> i think that there is a portion of wall street that is very much in her camp. i think she has her core audience, core clientele out there that are unphased by this story, the e-mail scandal story
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but there is also a broader public out there who is sort of you know, looking at this and saying we'd rather have more integrity and honesty. >> she's looking to be the champion for every day americans when you look at the numbers, it doesn't seem to be she's the person. >> we'll look for you at the fox business network. go to channel finder if we haven't found it already. >> i'll see you 20 minutes on the air. >> we will find you there. >> coming up, he's been found guilty of murdering their son, now the parents of the youngest boston bombing victim say don't give him the death penalty. do not. will this save the life of a terrorist? a key iraqi city about to fall to militants. the head of the pentagon doesn't seem too concerned. >> the city itself is not symbolic in any way. really? john mccain is outraged. he calls that an insult to our troops. he joins us live talking with brian on the other side of a brief timeout.
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we are back with a fox news alert. and brand new video out of somalia. it shows the aftermath of that bus which was carrying un officials. at least ten people were killed when the al shabaab terror grouped bombed the van. most of the victims were foreigners working with the un. no word if americans were on board. with all the mayhem in the middle east we were shocked last week to hear the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff down play us losing ramadi. apparently it's no big deal. it was symbolic. >> i can't think of anything
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that was more painful and insensitive than those comments he made. that is appalling. for me we have sack wurificed over there. my son's blood is on that soil. and to say it's not symbolic, that -- it's just unconscionable to me that that happens. >> here to react is senator john mccain who knows what it took to get ramadi back. his son fights in these wars too. your reaction to the chairman? >> it's, he never fails to surprise me with his insensitivity and sort of willingness to kneejerk whatever the way he can to support the moral bankruptcy of this failed foreign policy of barack obama. brian we lost hundreds of american soldiers and marines killed and wounded.
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ramadi is the capital of anbar province. 190000 refugees, according to news reports of people driven from their homes, not to mention the rest of the slaughter. and this chairman of the joint chiefs of staff dismissed it not only symbolic, but not part of the caliphate? who declared it as part of the caliphate? it's an insult to the men and women who served there. and certainly the families of those who suffered and died there. >> senator, should he go to the point where he should clarify his statement? that's what she's asking for. should he go back and do that? >> i think it would be helpful. when he holds a press conference, the first one, by the way with a new secretary of
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defense it gets world wide coverage. also, the message to isis, we don't care. go ahead and take the capital of anbar province the heartland of the sunnis who they absolutely need if they're going to beat back isis. and that's the message they're sending to the sunnis, that it doesn't matter. i mean this is -- it is so angering. it is so frustrating. and the men and women who are serving now are reflecting that. i'll be honest with you, i'm hearing from men and women in the military who do not believe in this leadership anymore. >> i got to move on to something else. about 20 candidates in new hampshire all talking foreign policy and what they'd do to isis. one was critical of guys like you, there's a group of folks in our part is senator rand paul who would have us in six countries. maybe more. he was critical that you would be doing that. what's your reaction to senator paul?
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>> he doesn't understand. he is displayed this kind of naivety since he came to the senate. he wanted to cut our defense spending, our support for the state of israel. he's sort of changing now as he's seeing isis succeed in the foreign policy. he's more aligned with barack obama's national security policy. and certainly any republican that i know. >> he says, what are we doing in libya, what's your answer to that? >> my answer is kadafi was defeated and we walked away. in world war ii after we defeated nazi, and the united states had walked away. europe would not be what it is today. we told them what they needed to do. do the thing said you need to do when you need to rebuild a country. instead, barack obama walked away. we predicted the consequences of
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it. just as we predicted the consequences of when he failed to leave any residual force behind in iraq, just as we predicted what would happen in syria. when he refused the advice of his national security team to arm the free syrian army. we'll about to see the same in afghanistan if he continues to pull everybody out of afghanistan. >> it will be a big week on capitol hill. people will look to you to finding out where we're heading. thank you for starting your day with us. he's been found guilty of murdering their son. the parents of the youngest boston bombing victim say don't give him the death penalty. could this save the life of a terrorist. let's check in with bill hemmer and find out what's on his show. good morning to you. busy monday. breaking news. terror arrests here at home while another video shows isis beheading another group of christians. strong reaction to a book on the
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clinton foundation. the republican hopefuls out in force over the weekend. what they refused to say to each other. martha and i will see you on a brand new week in ten minutes.
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he has been found guilty of murdering their son. now the parents of the youngest boston bombing victim say don't give him the death penalty. could this the family's plea save the life of that terrorist? robert brecker is a criminal law professor and the author of the death of punishment. meanwhile, james allen fox is a professor of criminology law, and public policy at northeastern university. he appears on the right side of the screen. good morning. >> good morning. >> mr. fox, let's start with
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you. the family of two of the people who were killed two years ago today, say give him life. you say that's the right answer, why? >> they say interestingly on thursday, in response to a column i wrote on this topic, one letter writer dared me to face the richards and tell them why i believe that tsarnaev should not get the death penalty. ironically they came out the next day and said that. the punishment should fit the crime, not the politics of the family. i think the professor will agree with me, it's really not up to the families. yes, they should have input. but they should not be the deciding factor. today, actually, in the globe we see two more of the survivors, both injured severely also echoed the sentiments of the richards. it's not up to the families.
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it's what is the right thing to do. the right thing here is not to execute. >> that's your point of view. professor, the point of view according to wbur poll in boston. 61% of boston residents, they prefer life in prison. my worry is if he winds up with the death penalty he'll be regarded a a martyr? >> the assumption is that those who die in a hail of bullets and are murdered by their own sights are similarly martyred when they're executed by a needle which is gnaw true. we have common ground that the victim's families should be given a voice not a veto. he clearly deserved to die. professor fox doesn't believe anybody believes to die, had the roles been reversed had he not run over his older brother he'd also be opposing the death penalty for his brother.
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the prosecution brought up it was a heinous killing, there were were multiple victims. the defense has an advantage. >> the punishment should fit the crime and the criminal. we execute the criminal not the crime. we have a 19-year-old at the time of the crime who is under the control of his brother. an amateur terrorist really. if it were not for his older brother today he'd be sitting around her dorm room. >> you're making the argument -- >> that's a solid argument. >> great debate. professor bleker, fox, thank you very much. we're stepping away, we'll be back in two minutes. jack's heart attack didn't day, his doctor has him on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one.
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sglcht. >> fantastic. it was a tough booking. if you're going to run away from the television turn on your radio. he'll be on the radio for three hours talking about the stuff we just talked about. bill: i'm bill hemmer, happy monday. martha: arrests taking place in san diego and minneapolis. apparently there was no imminent threat from this particular group but there is a growing concern isis is extend can its reach far -- is e

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