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hi, everyone. good morning. today is sunday, the 8th of november, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. protesters marched in new york city ahead of donald trump's appearance. but the presidential candidate gets the last laugh. >> who the hell -- i knew this was going to happen. who is that? trump's a racist! >> well "saturday night laif" giving us a clue about what a trump presidency might look like. and then there's this.
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ben carson going to the bank, cashing in on a huge fund-raising windfall all thanks to attacks he suffered in the press. are the media doing his job for him? and what about that sinking feeling. imagine eating dinner coming out to see your car swallowed by the earth. what had more than a dozen cars plunging underground. mornings are better with sinkhole sinkholes. ♪ new york, new york >> there it is, the biggest city many the united states. new york city. and that's where donald trump performed last night on "saturday night live". >> live from new york it's saturday night trump. >> he absolutely is having the last laugh after the way things went down last night. ed henley tonight. >> donald trump will be here in
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a few minutes talking about it. >> and joe miss ka po. >> he's going to tell us what it was like. it was a funny night. >> a kun hundred protesters were marching last night ahead of donald trump's performance saying things like trump is a racist. they apparently said that they would give away $5,000 if somebody would interrupt the show. or nbc had to really vet the show before they went in. nobody was heckling except for this guy. lock at larry david last night heckling donald trump. >> who the h rell is -- i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist! [ applause ] >> it's larry david. what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that they'd give me $5,000. >> as a businessman, i can fully
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respect that. >> there you are have it, the nbc network mocking the latino group who was paying people, or trying to, to heckle donald trump. >> the group says they're going to pay larry david? >> they are? here's a tweet, #larry difd wins 5,000 dollars. joke or it nobody it was true, go larry. >> remember he did bern hi sanders in the debate? >> all of these candidates have five or six pairs of underwear? >> i got one bag. >> there he was last night. there's no mistaking what's going on here. the show last night mocked this offer. >> nbc had been under pressure but they said, heck with it, we don't care. >> as the show progressed on, trump gave us an idea of what the trump presidency might look
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like. h th this is trump explaining how things are going in america. >> well, mr. president, you did it. >> just like i promised. >> halfway through your term and prosperity is at an all-time high. you've made america great again. >> it's more than words. >> first lady milan ya is 100% correct. >> everyone loves the new laws you tweeted. >> terrific. just terrific. general, how are we doing in syria? >> isis is completely ill limb nated, the country is at peace, people are returned. >> how is the economy? >> amazing, in the words of our new national anthem, it's huge. after your tough negotiations can china, you're chilling them on trade. they're borrowing money from us.
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vi no idea how you did it, sir. >> you know what i think is funni funny, the damascus hotel or tweeting out new laws. >> of course the center of his campaign is mexico. his plan to build a wall dividing our country from theirs. and their plan to get tough with their government. the show last night imagined what a meeting with prump and the mexican president would like that. >> the president of mexico is here to see you. >> that's great. send him? n. >> donald. >> enrique. >> i brought you the check for the wall. >> that's wonderful. this is far too much money. >> i insist. consider it an apology for doubting you. as history shows us, nothing brings two countries together
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like a wall. >> i told you. i'm so proud of you. and changing telemundo to all english for me. >> of course. >> i am so proud of you. >> mr. president, i'm so sorry to interrupt. we've got a big problem. it's the american people, sir. they're just sick of winning. they're winning so much. it's just too great, sir. >> look, i know how they feel. it's exhausting. >> changing telemundo to english. >> is this good for donald trump? does this show he can maybe do this or is this in the end, entertainment, comedy, not real? >> i'm with anna. this was like his campaign speech. i liked all of the objectives. fun america to me. >> i want to show you the video of trump dancing to drake's song. when drake came out of the song,
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it was like the internet broke with people making fun of him. watch this. ♪ >> i just want to be a part of a team. >> you're just words and a silly head. >> donald trump is going to be here live in our 8:00 hour. make sure you don't miss that. while trump was on snl, carson went to the bank, raising $3.5 million this week and he's thanking the press. here's a tweet. we the people have made $10,000 donations every day this week. thank you biassed media >> he thinks there's going to be a boomerang effect. we saw ben carson friday night having the news conference pushing back on the press. initially in the middle of the weak it looks like his campaign is in deep trouble. and it will be long term if he's not telling the truth on his own
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life story, some of the details. it's gotten sloppy. but he's pushed back and you see politico backing down on the headline, the store on on friday that he fabricated this scholarship to west point. he's raising big money off of this. >> this has been a great way for him to rally his base. the republican party in large part is weary of the mainstream media. anytime he can turn the tables on them. then you see them having to soften their headlines like we saw you yesterday, about him not fabricating his story as much as they would like to have put out in the initial headline is a win for him. when you're running on your biography, you're not running on your political record and how you vote on issues, you better get it right. >> that has always been the rule, you better get it right. but yet this season people's past don't seem to matter. three of the top republican candidates all who have been hit
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pretty hard with questions about their biographies. obviously fiorina with the hp stuff, trump with his 0 poppone saying you were a democrat ten minutes ago. >> he's a former doctor, a neurosurgeon. >> of course. i'm talking about the political side of it. doesn't seem to have affected anything. >> and he's had a halo over him for a while and one campaign rival saying they peer not going to attack him over this. i think politico had a story about this saying look, the other camps are weary. they want to be careful not to go negative on him. >> everybody likes him. the only person beating up on ben carson is donald trump. we're going to ask him why are you doing that? is it working for you? do you mean it? >> yesterday we had the campaign manager for ben carson on and he said this's going to be a new
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ben carson tuesday night at the debate in milwaukee. >> a new ben carson. >> in the sense that -- >> we've awoken the dragon. >> basically one of the criticisms from trump is he's low energy like jeb bush, he doesn't push back. he's quiet. and basically ben carson's campaign manager is claiming db. >> this is five-hour energy ben carson rnls like we saw on friday night. >> i can't wait to see that. we have other stories that we're following on your sunday night. all scenarios on the table. investigators not saying whether a bomb or terrorist took down the rush hand passenger jet over sinai peninsula. they're investigating a an explosion heard in the final second on the voice recorder. could have been caused by lithium batteries or a fuel dank. this comes as an isis affiliate
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has been named for the crash. the plan includes seven sites in kansas, colorado and south carolina. congress would need to approve the release proposal but president obama has ruled out using executive action. another wild weekend of college football. alabama rolling past lsu. clemson also taking a huge step toward the playoffs after a victory over florida state. the stiergs strug nld the first half of the game but were able to come back and take control of the fourth for the win. and in a battle of unbeaten big 12 states, oklahoma state updating tcu, giving the frogs their first loss of the season. and for more headlines from
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the world outside the studio, we turn to rick. >> right inside the studio. >> i thought you were in the weather center. >> did you know zamboni is a brand? >> kind of like john deere is a brand of a tractor. >> it's kleenex,man. >> i learned that yesterday and now i'm a little sore. notice om colder air settled in, 57 in new york. the colder air settled in. chicago you're 29. denver 27. but even that said, it's not incredibly chilly anywhere and it certainly could be this time of the year. this one trouble spot, yesterday the rain in across texas. now that system is moving farther off to the east. we're going to see this in new orleans. and area of the southeast tomorrow. in the mid atlantic. and a lot drier air moving in.
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clear across the northern plains, the swfouthwest. that will bring rain and mountain snow, good news out there. >> thanks, rick. new concerns about airport security after that russian plane disaster. could an airport worker be involved in the plot? a former head of the nsa is here next live. is it a ufo? what is that mystery night light? we've got the answer just ahead. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like playing the boss equals the boss wins. wow! start the interview with a firm handshake. ay,no! don't do that! try head & shoulders instant relief. it cools on contact, and also keeps you 100% flake free.
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recording. both british and u.s. officials have said intelligence suggests a bomb may have brought it down. these revelations are sparking changes in security. how safe is it to fly? joining us, a former nas official joins us with the latest. first the obvious question, are you convinces of the likelihood this was a terrorist act? >> it sounds more likely than not. there's only a certain number of explanations for why a plane would blow up, obviously. and the investigators have to rule out all of the different options. and the more they find out, the forensics will help and obviously the intelligence that's being collected. it sounds more likely than not given what has been stated so far. >> we would assume/hope that security in the united states would respond to this in ways that we're not seeing. has it? >> there's a number of things
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that have taken place in the last week. and what passengers may see at one of the 450 airports here in the u.s. is stepped up armed law enforcement officers doing random patrols around check points and other places. they may see k9 units or bomb sniffing dogs, and then passengers may experience more swapping of hands and accessible property for explosives, trace detection is what it's called. those are some of the things that may be seen. and perhaps more of checked bag. every bag goes through automated sensors if you will for explosives. there may be stepped up efforts on that regard which passengers would not see. >> we've heard reports that passengers at the sharm el-sheikh airport were able to pay an extra fee to by pass security. >> it's clearly one of the avenues that the investigators are looking at.
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unfortunately that is a possibility. perhaps somebody taking a bribe, if you will. i've heard for as low as 10 euros, maybe $15, that somebody would take that and of course not knowing that what is being facilitated is an actual explosive device. they may think they're allowing somebody to be extradited. that's one of the things that investigators have to look at. one of the challenges is investigators have to look at this. >> are you satisfied that the u.s. government adds kwatly vets his airport workers and should american air travelers be concerned? >> so the u.s., 450 airports here, goes through a fairly rigorous vetting process with the airport authorities that run the airports and then the airlines who hire the employees. and so it's a terrorist watch
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list check which of course many countries don't have terrorist watch lists. that's a gap right there. criminal history check and an immigration check. those are the three basic checks that are done. yes, there's over 1 million airport workers here in the u.s. and they're vetted to a higher standards than most airports around the world. i'm confident in the layers of security that are in place here in the u.s., recognizing that intelligence is usually the best opportunity that authorities have to detect and deter a possible terrorist. >> we're counting on it. thanks a lot. we appreciate it. >> you bet. next up, live from new york city it is saturday night trump. >> the world is waiting for you to be president. so why are you hosting "saturday night live"? why? and the answer is i really have
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hey, everybody. let's get up and get moving and grooving. volkswagen dealerships across the country may offer more than $1200 cash to diesel car owners to try and win back customer confidence. this in the midst of a high profile emissions scandal. the company is facing multiple lawsuits after it wired cars to falsely pass air quality testing. and a recall alert now for honda drivers. the company is recalling more than 25,000 cars to replace the
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rear grab rail brackets which could interfere with one of the air bags. ed, over to you. >> live from new york it's our political panel talking about donald trump. >> you're a racist! >> who the hell is -- i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist! >> it's larry david. what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that they've give me $5,000. >> as a businessman, i can full any respect that. >> but will donald trump's appearance help him or hurt him. democrat strategist jessica tar low and fox new contributor angela mcloan. great to see all of you.
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i wonder if i can start with you, jessica. is this just red meat for democrat to say donald trump is an entertainer, he's not that serious? >> he was not as fluid as comfortable as i expected him to be. some of it was super funny but it doesn't trump hillary clinton. that may be liberal bias. i enjoyed it but i didn't think it was a et shattering. i feel like it's a steady -- you know, i think he'll stay where he is. >> does this show, look, trump has a sense of humor. he can dominate the stage? >> he's very clever. he's political but not a politician. if you recall, barack obama in 2007 did a camo appearance on snl and it helps with his fund-raising and popularity. is this going to make trump president? no. who is going to decide this election in millennials.
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i thought it was a great move. >> i think it's better for the candidates to do cameos as to posed to hosting the whole show. the term low energy was trending after that appearance. and i do think the cameo appearances allow the candidate to have a little more fun and freedom. >> hillary made a cameo appearance to show he was likable. i don't want to have a beer wither h. that appearance hurt her. >> maybe a martini. >> no, nothing. >> would you have a beer with donald trump? >> totally. i really like donald trump. i would be thrilled if he was the candidate. i think he's raising a lot of important issues. >> but as a democrat you think he's beetable? >> i do think he's beetable. i think the entire field is beatable. they're all within the margins of error when hillary goes up against all any of them.
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we've been saying for months he's going to drop out, it's going to end. and he's not. >> bring in fox business network on tuesday, along with "the wall street journal," the big debate. didn't go well for cnbc. this time a chance for the candidates to talk substance? >> and the candidates have really shot back at that and tried to, you know, change the format of the debate to make it more about policies. u think we're going to see them be more aggressive on that. i'm interested to watch how they respond to the latest jobs report that we had. >> ben carson, though, ben carson is actually going to have to explain his policies. because his critics say that he's really not political and doesn't know domestic policy. it's his time to shine. i think we're going to see more from him and trump. >> we'll have to leave it there. he was fired up for the first
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time maybe in a long time, maybe ever. thanks. still ahead, marco rubio opens up the books. what we know about the candidate's credit card fans. he put his abex bill out there. >> what's missing from this mall's display that has people furious and i's not even thanksgiving yet. type 2 diabetes doesn't care who you are.
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do solemnly swearame), that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies foreign and domestic... ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ and the uniform code of military justice. so help me god. ♪
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♪ ♪ >> there it is. >> that's the video i was looking for. >> a little taste of what the trump inauguration party is going to look like. last night on "saturday nightlife" pretending to be someone i can't identify with. >> pretending to be drake. >> who is drake, by the way? >> a rap hip hop artist. >> that is going to be the trump inauguration. i'm going to be dancing along with drake. >> you'll be
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okay. meanwhile talking about presidential politics, he's accused of misusing the republican credit card. >> now senate marco rubio's campaign is releasing months of statements from a decade ago in an attempt to silence his critics. >> gary is life with the latest detail. good morning >> it's been going on for ten years. so now with this latest release, marco rubio's campaign is hoping it can finally put these shoes behind it. the statements show rubio spent almost $65,000 with his republican party issued american express. of that amount, $7200 was for personal expenses, including $600 to a honda dealership, $180 to a children's sports activity center and $715 at the bargain clothes chain similars while on a business trip to new york.
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rubio later paid american express and the party for each of those personal expenses, as he did for all of his personal expenses. that hasn't stopped his oppon t opponents from attacking him over the finances, particularly donald trump. ed to here is the senior strategist for rubio's campaign gave this statement. these statements are more than 10 years old and the only people who ask about it are the liberal media. we're releasing them now because marco has nothing to hide. rubio fired back at trump this week over those attacks saying this. >> i just, i find it ironic that the only person running for president that's ever declared a bankruptcy fur tooims in the last ten years is attacking anyone on et iks. >> he's pointing to a commissions report as well as an audit by the state party that confirmed his expenses were in fact all party related.
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back to y'all. >> thanks, garrett. >> senator rubio was on "fox and friends" this week saying i didn't get any money from my parents with and the only department that i have is the home that we live in. a lot of people end up using their work credit cards and then paying back the business. that ease his argument. some other stories making headlines, a brand new i hope in mississippi nearly swallowed up by a massive sinkhole 50 feet long and 600 feet long. 15 cars plunge into the hole in meridian. one car teetering on the edge. witnesses say they heard a series of booms before the power went out and the road caved in. officials think all of the rain that they've received this weekend may have played a role in that. and no holiday cheer at a mall in charlotte, north carolina after the christmas
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tree is replaced with a glacier? the organizers wanted to have a more modernized experience and the glacier is meant to represent where santa begins his journey. the change is really confusing to shoppers. >> why don't they have the tree? that's the whole part of christmas. >> the mall decided to add a christmas tree to the glacier display after more than 20,000 people signed a chaing.org petition. >> did you see this or did you see the pictures and the videos flooding social media? okay. i'm going to have -- there we go. hundreds reported a fireball bright light shooting across the
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sky in southern colorado. now they're confirming that the flash was from a routine unarmed missile test. we got it to you. >> i love that move. >> keep reading, keep reading. there was nothing to read. >> it's almost as good as what is drake. >> tell me what drake is. >> i thought they were taking the pictures from the vw plant. listen, i was watching. it is a little chilly out across the east. take a look at the map. compared to yesterday we're much, much chillier. in fact a lot of places 15 to 20 degrees cooler than you were yesterday at this time. if you're heading out, bring a sweater. it's still not that bad. you see the little oranges across the central plains. it's warming up again. here's how you day plays out across the northeast. a little lake effect rain across lake ontario. aside from that, mostly clear skies. in the southeast, the rain is
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going to continue to plague florida and george go ga tonight. behind that chillier but very dry and sunny skies. back to you inside. >> thanks a million, rick. she's a mom on a mission with seven family members serving in the military. she founded a unique company that sells bracelets and scarves. all of the proceeds go to our wounded veterans. >> here with more is the founder of battle saint. great to see you both. >> hi. >> what did you bring along here in. >> i brought along the battle saint bracelets. one for each of you. can keep you protected. >> thanks. >> what's the story behind them in. >> we had a family reunion and there were seven members of my family serving and we heard these compelling stories of war and knew we wanted to do something to make a difference. we decide the bracelets. we teamed up with the intrepid
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heroes fund. he's written an amazing song "goet "ghost in his eyes." we're selling the cd with the bracelet and raising the funds to help those with post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury. >> how can people find them in. >> battlesaint.com. >> tell us about the song. >> i had a buddy that went to iraq and when he asked him about it, he was telling me how i was hot and sandy and it was, i don't -- when you're going out, you don't know if people are shooting at you or if you're going to die. through that i write songs. >> we've got a clip of it. let's let our viewers hear and we'll talk about it on the other side. listen. ♪ ♪ it ain't over
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♪ for this haunted soldier coming home ♪ >> tell us about the lyrics there. >> lyrics are me just trying to see what it was like for somebody that was over there and actually -- in post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury, it's such a traumatic thing and rough thing, i tried to dig inside. i didn't write it for any particular reason. it was like, they say you got to be in the room for the music. i just got lucky that day. it actually sat around for a while. i put it on this record and then for the last two and a half years i've worked on a video project. so that's starting to come out now and that's what obviously you just saw. we're very excited about it. a lot of people know about post
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traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury but they don't really get it. that's what the video is for. >> how does ptsd affect the families, not just the heroes that are going through it? >> it's the entire family. they're involved in the therapy and the process. it affects the children, the spouses, everybody in the family. >> so seven family members. how did you sleep? >> lightly. >> i can't even imagine. >> especially when you get calls in the middle of the night wondering what was going to be on the other end of the phone. thankfully right now everybody is stateside. it's a crazy project. this veterans day. everybody make a difference. go to battlesaint.com and help save a life. we're trying to get more centers built to help save more men and women. "ghost in his eyes." they fought for us, let's fight for them. go get bun.
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>> thank you so much. up next, you can't call someone a crazy at one college. it's offensive. we'll tell you why they're banning the word. and now at nearly 97 years old the reverend billy graham is releasing his final book. we'll talk to his son frankly about it next. your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to a biologic, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as two weeks, and help stop further joint damage. xeljanz can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma, and other cancers have happened. . . cholesterol levels have happened.
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he's one of the most iconic religious figures of our time. >> we don't like to humble ourselves. we don't like to say we're wrong. we don't like to confess that we're sinners. but god says you must do it before you get into the kingdom of heaven. say tonight, i give my life to christ, i want a new life, a new heart, i want forgiveness of the past. i want christ in my life. >> and now at the age of 97 reverend billy graham is releasing his final book "where
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i am", a reflection of his lifetime dedicated to serving god and what comes after it. joining us now, his son rev rantd franklin graham. nice to see you. >> just turned 97 on saturday. he's still with us. his mind is still sharp. and that's been everybody -- i don't know. he received probably a dozen cakes and i think he took a bite out of every one of them. >> how is he feeling? >> he's feeling really bell. didn't hear well and doesn't see well but his mind is clear. he understands you and you can communicate with him. >> this is expected to be his last work. why the you say that. >> at 97, he doesn't have the energy anymore. this book actually was started right before his 95th birthday and i was probably 90% completed by his birthday but he got sick right after that. we didn't think he would live to christmas that year. so we put the book aside. and we realized last year, you
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know, he's doing pretty good. he's get that out and get it finished while he can do it. >> in all of the different stages of our lives we reflect. i can imagine at the age of 97 you're going that. as chris kmans we're called to believe that heaven and hell are real places. tell us what we'll learn from the book. >> at 97 he's getting close to stepping into eternity. he knows that. and he wants people to understand that there is a heaven, that there is a hell. there's consequence to rejecting christ. jesus christ is god's son who came from heaven to this earth to take our sins and he died in our place and god raised him to life. but if you reject god, if you reject jesus, god has no hope but to condemn you. and hell is real. he wanted people to know that. and he wanted them to know that yet god loves them and wants to
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forgive them. >> and you believe we're all sinners and ask for forgivesness. an exert from the book tells us that we need to confess our sins. god is not preparing a place in heaven for unrepentant sinners. while we're contributed nothing to god's gift of free salvation, there is a condition to confessing it. we must con fez our sin, turn from it and receive christ on his terms. how important is that? >> very important. it's either heaven or hell and it's eternity forever. there's in chance once you leave this world. the bible says this clearly, that day is the day of salvat n salvation. and jesus said i'm the way, the truth and the life. no man comes to the father but by me. there are no many roads to god, not many roads to heaven. just one and it goes through the cross, through jesus christ. >> america's pastor and this brand-new book. we're excited to be celebrating his birthday. i got to get to this.
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operation christmas child is an amazing organization. tell us about collection week, which is about to happen. >> we're coming up to collecting the boxes. this year we'll collect about 11 million. this is for a girl. it's not cats and toys and candy. it's not crayons. >> toys, items. the family can put a picture and a note for a child. >> but more importantly, pray. pray for the child that's getting your box. i don't know where the box will go. you can track the box. download a bar code. put it on there and you can see what country your box goes to. i don't know what child. if you pray, i believe god answers prayer. if 11 million people are praying for 11 million children, just think what god will do in the lives of the children, especially the refugee children. kids have lost everything. the comfort and the hope that a gift like this will bring. reverend franklin graham. thank you so much. >> thank you.
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coming up, don't call someone crazy at the university of nebraska because apparently that's offensive. the words they are banning, next. i'd like to make a dep-- vo: it happens so often, you almost get used to it. we got this. vo: which is why being put first takes some getting used to. ♪ nationwide is on your side nationwide is the exclusive insurance partner of plenti.
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>> you hear the sirens. must be the p.c. police on the university of nebraska. cracking down on words like crazy and man-up. apparently, they can be offensive. >> is this just another way to stifle freedom of speech? here to weigh in, the national review reporter, katherine. >> you crazy, girl. >> i'm upset. i'm going to -- what if i got up and walked away? i feel like it's way mori dick
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lsu owe crazy bread. what about crazy bread? i don't know. it keeps getting worse and worse. this is nothing compared to the other campaigns >> man up. expressions of masculinity are almost illegal now. >> yes. >> is this verboten because it's -- >> why aren't women tough, blah-blah-blah. it's an expression. the whole idea of something being an expression is lost on everybody at this point. everything is offensive. this is one of the least serious ones i've seen. there was one at western university in london where get over it was considered violent language. violent. because it trivializes difficult experiences. exactly. that's my reaction. >> it's a slippery slope. americans can be offensive. >> that was in a recent one, too. the university of new hampshire. it means united states of
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america, what about north america, south america. to know that everybody here is saying americans. the fact that it got that far, we have a problem here. >> when you control people's speech. you control their capacity to think about things. >> exactly. it is a form of mind control. >> it is. who knows what anybody really is thinking. you can't learn from each other. these are the same groups to say we need to be open. how can you do that? you're too scared to say the wrong thing. >> does this come from the top tier. juvenile delinquents should be called justice involved youth. >> justice involved youth. it's impossible to actually control speech like that. you got to make fun of it. it is ridiculous. the left is trying really, really hard to -- got to keep making fun of it. >> you'll get bitter and crazy. >> you really need to -- >> it's crazy.
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>> katherine, thanks a lot. dr. ben carson fires back at the media. where is this criticism for hillary clinton?
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>> a houston restaurant is fed up with out of control kids. they're handing out rule cards to customers of what children can and cannot do. the owners of the restaurant join us live this hour. mornings are better with friends. ♪ hey friends. good morning. you are looking live at times square. the crossroads of the world. welcome to "fox and friends weekend." helpry is back with us again this morning. >> i got a good feeling. >> we're bathing in the after glow. "saturday night live," preparatory to it, a group of anti-trump protesters marched through the city from the trump tower to 30 rock here in mid rock on the premise that people disagree with should not be allowed to tell jokes on tv. >> i was out there walking past
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there last night. it was pretty small. after all the hype, it was a couple hundred people. >> did they notice you? >> no. >> many were representing latino groups and they had been trying to pressure nbc to boot trump from getting that hosting. it didn't happen. nbc ended up really vetting the crowd because there's one latino group offering 5 grand to anybody who made it on air heckling trump. there was one person who made it on air heckling trump. listen. you may recognize him. >> you're a racist! >> i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump is a racist! >> larry david. what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that, they'd give me $5,000. >> as a businessman, i can fully
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respect that. >> larry david of seinfeld fame. >> since when did heckling someone become an approved form of art. >> the guy disagrees with you so i scream at you while you're talking. >> it's so depressing that's accepted. >> #larry david wins the $5,000 from support racism.com for calling trump a race i. on snl. jokes or not, it was can true. go larry. >> hopefully he'll donate to charity. >> a sense of humor. nbc, made great fun of him. they were taking a shot. >> they were under pressure and decided to prush it right back. >> we're not each acknowledging your humor. we're so -- >> who is funny is larry dade. he killed it as bernie sanders a couple weeks ago in the democratic ago. even bernie sanders thought it was funny. the one pair of underwear
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because i'm a socialist. >> five or six pairs of underwear. >> i don't need underwear. >> then he comes out last night, played bernie sanders as you can see briefly. that wasn't as funny this time. but heckling trump, that was good. but this thing with trump is -- even took a shot at rosie o'donnell. mocked himself. we talked about how hillary clinton went on that cameo. didn't host a few weeks back to try to look more relatable. will this help donald trump who has been dominating media attention not for weeks, for months now. take a look at some of his opening monologue. >> when i showed up for rehearsal, rosie was here to support me. come on out, rosie. >> sir, as i have told you several times, my name is aid i bryant and i'm a cast member on this show. >> oh, boy. >> isn't she great? she just seems like a really
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totally different person. >> part of the reason i'm here is that i know how to take a joke. they've done so much to ridicule me over the years, this show has been a disaster for me. look at this guy. >> great, great, great. isn't fantastic? i got to say you're doing a great job. i think this show got better by about 2 billion percent. they just told me, donald, this is very interesting. now that i'm here, this is actually the best monologue in snl history. can you believe that? pretty great. >> yeah, that's pretty good. aye yi yi. look at this. >>. [ applause ] >> you think you're this terrific person. you think you're this, you think
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you're that. you're being very naive and quite frankly, you're fired. >> they brought him back. >> throwback thursday. shows you how long trump has been a around. >> amy fuller and hillary clinton were on the stage as sarah palin and tina fey. >> this is boring of reality. >> does that help or hurt trump though? it almost makes fun of the way he's dominating as a reality star, not just -- on the other hand, again, we go on and on. hillary is relatable. donald trump is funny. >> i will say it's surreal to begin with. we're going to talk to trump later in the show. stay tuned. our viewers had responses. robert on facebook writes, trump was amazing. some of the best skits on snl in a long time and classy. >> i prefer the unscripted and outspoken trump better. haven't watched snl in years and don't plan to again for a while. >> grace on facebook. great fun but larry david always
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steals the show with his dead-on impersonation of the grumpy bernie sanders. >> donald trump will be on the program in less than an hour. >> is that an impersonation of sanders? it's deeper than that. >> one of my favorite parts is when bernie sanders after the first mocking of him on "saturday night live," he was asked about it by reporters. in one of the many interviews he did, i heard him say, larry davis is funny. >> it's david. >> i'm not sure he even knew. >> who is drake? >> opinions on trump's performance have been mixed. it wasn't that funny, wasn't that entertaining. he's better in real life. like you heard from a viewer just then. then there's a conspiracy theory in the new york post that this is the writers of snl trying to sabotage. >> is it possible to improve on the hilarity of donald trump. he's a vefunny guy.
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>> keep the comments coming. if you have a question about the campaign, about some of his attacks on dr. ben carson, attacks on marco rubio, we could use a question. if you have a comment about how he did on snl, we welcome that as well. other stories making headlines in this fox news alert. >> on the table. investigators not saying whether a bomb or terrorists have downed the airplane over the sinai peninsula. they're investigating an explosion heard in the final second on the cockpit voice recorder. it goes on to say, it could have been caused by several factors, including lithium batteries or the fuel tank. this comes as an isis affiliate is named as a prime suspect in the crash. the search is off for the man in this video. he's falling into the ocean from the royal caribbean cruise ship. the 35-year-old brazilian tourist dangled from a lifeboat off the 7th deck of the owe a says sis of the seas.
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crews scanned nearly 1,000 nautical miles before calling off the search. a fight for fate on the football field. a north dakota catholic high school team is banned from praying over the loud speaker. they say they're going to do it anyway. >> i think it's infringing on private school's rights to be able to make those decisions. >> the high school says it's prayed over the loud speaker every game during the regular season. now that they're in the playoffs, games are sponsored by the state's high school activities association and the prayer would violate one of their rules. this 900-pound alligator captured after wandering behind a strip mall in texas. can you imagine seeing that. the gator wrangler, police had to ask two officers, two police officers to help wrestle the massive reptile. after being captured, they had to use a forklift to carry it into a truck. it was later set free at a
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sanctuary. >> that's your headlines. >> dangerous to shop in texas. >> very dangerous. never shop while you're at home. >> you're on fire this morning. i love it. >> i don't know where this is coming from. >> what did you have today? >> espresso. >> did you know that texas had alligators like that? >> down near the gulf, sure. >> i thought a little -- >> crawling with them. >> i can't believe i didn't know that. learned something here. here's your temperatures as you wake up. chilly air across the great lakes, detroit down towards cleveland and back towards st. louis. that's where our chilly air is this morning. cooler than you've been. another very warm day for you. that trend is going to continue. we've got this heavy rain here. yesterday had the rain on the southern tier. now towards the southeast. tomorrow the mid-atlantic and then tuesday up across parts of
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the northeast. this is kind of one system. most of the country looking dry. that's going to be a big rain and mountain snow maker in the west. bringing cool air again. a little bit of severe weather this week. we'll prep for that across the plains. those temperatures after we saw the cooler air move in, take a look at this. back to 56 in fargo. back to 56 tomorrow in marquette. you get the idea. this warmer air builds again. can't really get any big shots of winter coming at all. that's fine by a lot of people. >> that's all right. >> thanks. reporters question ben carson's life story. >> this isn't little league. this is the big leagues. you need to look at a person's temperament. whether they're able to handle the rigors and the stresses of the oval office. >> yeah. lecture, lecture, lecture. why does the press not handle hillary clinton the same way? we'll debate that coming up. one police officer pulls
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presidential candidate ben carson launching a broadside against reporters he claim are unfairly attacking him about his life story as depicted in his autobiography. >> there is a desperation on behalf of some to find a way to tarnish me because they have been looking through everything, talking to everybody i've known
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or seen. there's got to be a scandal. there's got to be a nurse he's had an affair with. they are getting did he say operate. >> are the questions legitimate or are they media bias. >> we are joined live this morning for an interview. >> is it legitimate for reporters ask skeptical questions about the biography of the leading presidential candidate on the republican side? >> i think it's fair. all presidential candidates should be vetted. but i sympathy what's happening with dr. ben carson is misplaced. who cares about what happened 50 years ago, whether he got into a fight with another childhood friend. this doesn't impact any americans' lives today. it doesn't impact our national security. yet, hillary clinton combed through e-mail server that she conducted off the grid clearly exposed our country's classified secrets. that has a much greater impact.
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i think the focus should be on more important matters that impacts all of us. >> i think a lot of reporters are dumb and frivolous abdomen have animus towards politicians. if hillary clinton received a full scholarship to a military academy, i'd kind of want to know if that was true or not, wouldn't you? >> yeah, i think it's okay to ask these questions. all presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle should be vetted. however, dr. ben carson clarifies a misunderstanding. he said that he was offered a scholarship by west point. not that he applied for one. he clarified that which i think is good. but with respect to hillary clinton, why is left wing media giving her a pass on not only the home brew, home server operation that she conducted but also are they putting her book and fact checking her latest book for -- are they
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scrutinizing that with the same level of intensity as dr. ben carson. i think there needs to be fair vetting of all candidates. >> that's certainly true with the current president. isn't that part of the point. republicans have made what i think is a valid case that barack obama was never really vetted by the press in the way that most candidates are and that the results have been bad for america. so isn't it in the interest of everybody, all citizens, everybody running for president gets a forensic rundown from the media? it's the whole point of having a media? >> exactly. with the latest benghazi hearings, hillary clinton was caught red handed lying to the american people. there was hard evidence presented in the e-mails that she sent to her daughter and to the prime minister of egypt saying that the attack on our consulate that killed four men, including our ambassador was not caused by a video, it was done by terrorists. yet the media gave her a pass. when it comes to vetting the honesty of candidates, shouldn't they hold hillary clinton
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accountable to those boldface lies? >> of course, i agree with you competely. do you think it's interesting that the carson campaign has been able to raise all this money 3rks$.5 million in the last week, basically against the press. do you think it's possible in the end, three months from now, we'll see this is a good thing for ben carson rather than a bad one? >> you're absolutely right. i mean, he has turned crisis into an opportunity. a lot of conservatives know that there's a vast media bias that exists and they push back on it. just this week, dr. ben carson tweeted that he's had 10,000 donors give him $3.5 million to his campaign as a response that they're not happy that he's being targeted unfairly and then after the last cnbc debate, both ted cruz and senator rubio saw a spike in fundraising after they pushed back against media bias. americans are fed up.
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>> appreciate it. thank you. >> my pleasure. supposed to be a place that cares for kids, not a drug den. what police say was happening inside this daycare center. pretty shocking. does this mean anything at all? you can drink it long after the expiration date, can't you? we'll tell you, coming up.
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it's time for news by the numbers. $75 million. >> i thought you came here to
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die. >> it's all a matter of perspective. >> oh, the drama. the 24th james bond film, spectre is expected to rake in that much cash this weekend at the box office. it earned $28 million on friday alone. next up. $2.41 million. that's how much a guitar stolen from john lennon sold for. that money will go to charity. >> $200,000 is how much triple crown winner american pharoah is going to make when he's bred. one of the highest prices for a horse in his first year as a stallion. wow. do you ever get confused by the sell by and best buy dates on the labels. does the date on the milk carton mean you need to toss it as soon as the date comes up? >> here to explain it is a registered dietitian, expert consultant.
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staying warm, i hope. >> yep imt. >> walk us through. people get very confused about what it all means. >> we want you to save us money without making us sick. >> save you money on that. first of all, we have the sort of use by dates that are on foods. we think about it in terms of safety. we think it in terms of quality. we think about it in terms of freshness. whether or not a manufacturer or a store should have something on their shelves. the things with the shortest life. you have things like fresh cut meats, cold cuts, yogurt. eggs can be used for about a month after the date on there. again, you want to check dates. things like packaged salad. what happens with them and cut-up fruit. because you've exposed some surface areas. those will go bad quicker. >> we want safety. make sure we don't get sick. meat always makes me nervous. >> exactly. something like ground beef, if you don't use it within two days of buying it -- this is a fresh
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ground meat. stick it in the freeder. same thing with turkey. other foods in packaging where they're cry owe vac packed. >> what about fish. i got to use it that day or the next day. >> you can buy frozen. >> when you put it in the freezer, can you leave it -- how long? sometimes you look at it after a few months or weeks. >> we say 6 to 9 months in the freezer. how many of us are taking a sharpie and writing down the dates that we have. so then if you look at things like milk for example, i want to show you there's lots of options in terms of yes, you can str fresh milk. each between new york and new jersey, there's different dates on the same milk containers. you can get things that are shelf stable. i'm a big fan of buying shelf stable products so that, again, you can have -- i love this. you can have fresh kale that lasts in the bag. this lasts for two years in your
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pantry. >> do you have to worry about preservatives for it to stay that long. >> the things that we have to worry about. the things with dairy in it, a protein protein or a fat in it. fat will spoil when it's exposed to air. so dry products, like cereals, crackers, pasta, dried beans, canned beans, those can last for years on the shelf. i want people to know you can open them up, even for example tuna can last for 2 to 5 years, same thing with beans. again, you're looking at like cereal or crackers, they may not taste good that far out. >> with the beans or the tuna, if there's any rusting or any leakage -- >> you can buy a packet so there won't be any rusting on a can. that's what i think is great about it. >> one more thing about the dried kale. >> don't you love that? >> is this healthy out of the
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bag? >> you can get this at a drugstore. you can get it anywhere. it is fresh. it taste -- >> this is dried powdered kale. you can add it to other foods. >> i really love that for cooking. >> thank you. >> appreciate it. >> thank you. coming up on the program, it's a heartless crime. police looking for in man, accused of stealing from a veterans store. the surveillance pictures you need to see. >> a love story straight out of o hollywood. a movie interviewer, kevin mccarthy pops the big question on halloween. they join us live next.
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america, if you believe in bernie, i need you to go home, open your closet, pull out your vacuum, dump it upside down and send me all the pennies that fall out of it. that's right, i'm bernie sanders and i want your vacuum pennies. >> thanks to cheetos, we'll take your skittles too. >> i was watching that last night. i was thinking, that looks like an msnbc t-shirt. nothing was obviously parodied. >> 33 minutes after the hour. other stories we're following. hillary clinton, the democratic presidential candidate wants to ease up restrictions on marijuana and reclassify the drug as a less dangerous substance. that would open it up for medical research. it includes heroin and lsd. the drugs are considered to have a hypotepgs for abuse and cannot
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be accepted for medical use. a daycare nightmare in florida. four people under arrest for selling drugs out of their family home daycare. police say virginia, jordan and madison ponder along with family friend jesse pryor stashed pot and pcp inside their orlando area home. drugs and other paraphernalia were found within child's reach. the four arrested facing a laundry list of charges. days away from veterans' day and police in colorado are searching for a man accused of burglarizing a convenience store owned by a current and veteran military member. he was seen outside the convenience store in colorado springs. police say he shattered the front windows to get in and took off with the cash and food. a massachusetts police officer turns a traffic stop into a random act of o kindness. robin sutherland started crying when ashley pulled her over for speeding. not because she was pulled over but because she just learned her
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mother needed to be put into hospice care. instead of a ticket, the officer sent the woman flowers and this note. reading i hope you find comfort in knowing she lived a long life and will continue to live on in your hearts and in your memories. >> those are your news headlines. >> no police officer has ever treated me like that. >> i've never gotten a card or flowers from a cop. >> are we surprised? >> no. >> don't like me. >> all right. someone who does like all of us. rick. >> he ruined a really nice story. >> i wish that happened to me. i wish i got flowers. >> good for her. >> checking the weather out there. it is chilly. we've been talking about el nino coming. take a look at the maps. what we're seeing is kind of exactly what you would expect to see in an el nino year. temps are well above average and across the lower jersey u.s. temperatures below average. i think we are seeing the signs of this el nino that we've been thinking is coming across the
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area. >> across the northeast today, a pretty nice day. cooler than yesterday. but we're still going to see plenty of sunshine and overall not that bad. kind of a nice fall day. across the southeast, this is where the rain is. >> through florida and georgia. in across the carolinas. mid-atlantic. by tomorrow, get ready for a rainy day. behind it, cooler but sunny day across texas. 71 in brownsville. 63 in oklahoma city. across the northern plains, spectacular. this is where the temps are well above average. obviously 56. a little bit chilly. if you're in fargo and it's november 8th. 56 is not that bad at all. 60 in north platte. across the west, this is the next system pulling in. bringing rain and mountain snow across the western coast. that system pulls in across the four corners the next couple of days. that will bring rain and eventually snow across parts of colorado. say, tuesday into wednesday and severe weather this week coming up as well. back to you. thank you. billy crystal predicted the fate of our own movie guy kevin
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mccarthy in 2013. watch this. >> as you can see, at the top is megan and i in the deli in new york and in the bottom is kevin and lauren. are you going to marry her? >> you are now. >> well, that actually is going to happen. they are engaged now. kevin proposed at disney world. take a look at this video. >> lauren, will you marry me? >> our movie reviewer, kevin mccarthy and his fiance, lauren, join us now live after that heartwarming -- >> congratulations. we want to see the ring. >> you can show it. good morning to you guys. thanks for having us on. thanks for being here. it was never in doubt. we knew you would say yes. but she did the right thing. >> that was in disney world, our
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favorite movie of all-time. the nightmare before christmas. i knew i wanted to do it with zack and sally from that movie. it was a month and a half of planning. that was her parents about three weeks beforehand and got their permission. she was genuinely shocked. >> i understand you dropped a few movie quotes. lauren which one was your favorite? >> probably the when harry met sally line. he's like when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with someone, you want the rest of your life to start right away. >> i was doing that and jerry mcguire, knotting hill. >> all of my favorites. >> i did not do -- notebook 2. i stuck to romantic comedies. >> good call. >> was jerry mcguire, show me the money or which line? >> you complete me. >> that's a good one. i did, you complete me. basically, the movies that we have loved together.
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>> you actually share a passion for movies. d.c. film girl. you're a movie reviewer as well? >> yeah. i review for online and also for the brave heart news network and my own site. film girl.com. we met at a movie screening. >> it's a cool story about how they met and she was hired. he's an incredible man and influential in lauren's life. billy crystal was holding, we did locations around the country and reenacted movie themes together. last night we stayed home and watched james bond together. all we do is watch movies together. >> there's a new one out right now, spectre? >> should we watch it? >> i liked it a little bit more than kech. the opening scene is fantastic. it takes place in mexico city during the dave the dead. it's an incredible opening scene. we personally love daniel craig as james bond. we think he's a fantastic bond.
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also the new bond girl in this one, she's very good as well. the ending does drag a little bit and the payoff isn't as good. >> this is the 24th bond film. james bond trying to track down the head of spectre. the first half is so strong, but the last half no payoff. he's a weak villain in the movie. dave batista was stronger. love daniel craig in the role. overall, nowhere near as good as sky fall. sky fall was a genius film. this movie does not reach that level. nowhere near as good as casino royale and/or sky fall. if you're going to see it with a big group of people, do not waste your money in imax. it was not filmed in imax. skip that altogether. see it in regular. >> nothing worse. >> kech, a lot of times the
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music can be big hits. how is this looking? >> lauren and i love scores. >> we're obsessed with scores. this one is extremely profound and plays throughout the movie. which has made it really, really good. >> it's incredible. >> i gave the movie a 3 out of 5. that's a c. lauren went higher. >> i gave it 3.5 out of 5. i agree. not as good as sky fall, though daniel craig is a fun bond. >> congratulations. now en ganged. we'll be covering your wedding. >> this has been the best day of our life to talk to you guys about this. seriously, changed my entire life i can't believe she said yes. >> thank you for being so supportive. >> congratulations. let's go from weddings to a birthday. the marines celebrating their 240th birthday this week. up next, we'll take you inside a new museum honoring their service. a restaurant is fed up with out of control kids. they're handing out rule cards
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christmasy designs. >> we've got a look at them. we support starbucks on the weekend. >> i got one. >> what happened to christmas? >> humbug. the marine corps celebrates its 240th birthday. >> the museum lets visitors see history through the eyes of marines themselves. >> here's a preview of the marine corps heritage foundation, lieutenant general robert blackmon. thanks for being with us. you say the way that the marine corps celebrates its birthday says a lot about it. that you guys are a family. >> it is. the culture of the marine corps is really unique. it's a very strong and powerful institutional culture. nothing says more about that culture than the way we celebrate our birthday. we do it like a family. we have a we have parties. but marines, whether they're
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deployed, aboard ship, at the local marine corps league or a couple of friend in the neighborhood will celebrate the birthday and wish each other a happy birthday. >> it's so in theable. every single year. i never remember the day, but you know because people talk about it. never hear about the air force's birthday. is this something the marine corps has done by design or is this -- >> it goes back to general john a. lieu zern who directed. >> that's how you pronounce it? >> in the 1920s, he directed that we celebrate our birthday. we have followed that order ever since. >> the museum is in virginia, quantico. there's a new exhibit. talk about it. >> well, the museum opened, the first base opened in 2006. we are under construction now, major construction to complete the museum. today the history of the marine
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corps ends with the end of the vietnam war. so this construction will bring to the museum the ability for us to honor the most current jep rations from vietnam through the present day. especially the extraordinary young men and women who served during the longest period of continuous combat in our nation's history in iraq and afghanistan. >> what speaks to you personally? >> i am ee sepssentially a post vietnam marine. what i see from the iraq and afghanistan exhibit will be just extraordinary. the museum is interactive and immersi immersive. it is not your traditional glass cases with artifacts. it really reaches out and touches all veterans, certainly especially marines and marine families. but all citizens.
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the museum is certainly honors marines, but it's an american history museum. >> is it quantico just south of washington, d.c. >> correct. >> thanks a lot. >> i'm going to go. >> i'm counting on it. >> i'll buy you lunch also. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. you saw him bust a move on "saturday night live." >> you used to call me on the cell phone. call me on the cell phone. how much fun did donald trump have hosting? more importantly, he joins us live at the top of the hour. we have questions from you that you've sent in on facebook. we'll ask him those questions. >> more than simply a menu. they hand out rule cards for children. the owners say it's helped their business. they'll join us next to explain what the rules are. here at td ameritrade, they love innovating.
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. hi, everyone. good morning. a houston restaurant has had enough of out-of-control children. they're handing out these rule cards to families when they sit down to eat explaining what the kids are allowed and not allowed to do. >> the last straw was when a child caused $1500 to the damage in the restaurant. joining us are the owners charlie and anna. welcome to you both. charlie, $1500 in damage. what happened? >> in that particular incident a child was left unaccompanied in the restaurant and wandered into one of the hallways, took a
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quarter out of his pocket and started scratching the walls and damaged three of the walls with sheetrock damage and paint. a restaurant is a very nice scene, so it was expensive to put it back. >> yeah. you said it was like over $1,000 in damage plus you had to pay the employees while it was all getting fixed, even if they weren't working. here's what the rule card says. i want our viewers to see. children don't run or wander around the restaurant, they stay seated and ask their parentses to take them to the rest room, they don't scream, throw tantrums, touch the walls, mur rales or windows or other patrons. understand people are saying this restaurant is not family friendly and giving you bad reviews on-line. >> i will say we've got probably 80% better reviews than bad reviews. >> it's just a little bit surprising you to print a card
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like this. i'm not in the restaurant business but shocked parents would let their kids behave like this. is it common and getting more common in your experience? >> i would say it's becoming more common. the cards really is intended for the parents, not the kids. we are seeing more of it. >> and do you think this is going to improve the behavior of the children and if it doesn't would you consider you know, banning kids and making it an adult only restaurant? is that possible? >> it's definitely improved since we put the cards out and no, we don't want to ban children. our restaurant is -- offers mexico city cuisine and children are a big part of the culture in mexico so the last thing we want to do is ban the children. we want to welcome the children. we ask them to be respectful. >> anna, have you had any pushback? parents said what is this? why are you lecturing me? >> we've had very, very little pushback. the majority of parents have
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said that they agree with it and they encourage us to do it. >> all right. >> stick with it. >> we'll bring our kids to your polite restaurant. >> please do. >> great to see you. >> all right. >> thank you. >> don't go anywhere. first "snl," next up "fox & friends" weekend. donald trump here with us in minutes. he will it tell us what it was like last night and more. stay tuned. >> one couple finds love on-line only to realize they were preschool sweethearts. how a scar helped them discover their long lost love for one another. i use what's already inside me to reach my goals. so i liked when my doctor told me i may reach my blood sugar and a1c goals by activating what's within me. with once-weekly trulicity. trulicity is not insulin. it helps activate my body to do what it's supposed to do release its own insulin.
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donald trump's appearance on "snl." looks like mr. trump got the last laugh. >> you're -- >> i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist! >> donald trump here live on "fox & friends" weekend seconds from now. >> a plan to give easier access to marijuana. she says there's a good reason for that. you're watching "fox & friends" and you made a good choice to do that this morning. ♪ >> wow. >> coming up in just a bit. >> anna and some of the camera will be playing twister on the plaza. >> right foot red left foot green.
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some of the toys inducted into the hall of fame too. we're going to have a bakeoff with the easy bake oven. how will we do? >> it will take a while. >> ed henry sitting in for clayton. >> thanks for having me. >> you missed ice skating yesterday. >> that was by design. >> we weren't that good. >> i would have fallen a lot. >> donald trump in minutes but we will get to your headlines starting with the fox news alert. officials meeting to probe into the deadly russian plane crash in the sinai confirmed an explosion heard in the final seconds on the cockpit voice recorder still hesitant to say if it was caused by a bomb or a terrorist attack. they're looking at other causes like lithium batteries or fuel tanks. this comes as an isis affiliate in the sinai is named as the prime suspect in the crash. 112 guantanamo bay detainees could be coming to america. the pentagon is set to release a plan this week following president obama's staff saying
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they died trying to uphold the 2008 province to shut down the prison. the plan includes seven sites in kansas, colorado and south carolina. president obama hasn't ruled out using executive action. >> and pledging reform following the latest scandal rocking the vatican. two people were arrested including a high ranking holy sea official for leaking sensitive financial documents to the authors of two new books. the pontiff calls the leaks a deplorable crime and asks the faithful to continue praying for the good of the church. the books accuse the vatican of mismanagement and greed. a rescue off the coast of florida. a woman in her 50s was seen bobbing above the ocean waters at least 600 feet from melbourne shoreline. and once a chopper crew pointed out her location a good samaritan offered his boat to rescue her. she was transported back to shore and taken to the hospital. no word on why she was swimming
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so far out in the water. and those are your news headlines. >> wow. >> daredevil. >> speaking of daredevils rick reichmuth is braving the weather and going to bring us the latest on how it's going. first we have donald trump coming up later in the show but we have first a selection of the pretty amusing i would have to say bits from "saturday night live." he hosted it. a bunch of latino groups were mad, marched through the city. >> i was walking through the streets and turned out not to be much of a protest, couple hundred people after days and weeks -- >> for new york standards 200. some say that's a lot. >> the city made millions. >> and also have been highlighting and tweeting this for weeks and sfwheex show up, let's protest donald trump. not much of a protest. they were offering $5,000 if someone was able to get a ticket, pose as just a normal spectator, and stand up and call donald trump a racist. that did not happen, although, well, it kind of happened.
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watch this. >> you're a racist. >> who the hell is -- oh. i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist. >> it's larry david. what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that they would give me $5,000. >> businessman, i can fully respect that. >> wow. >> that's pretty good. >> the question is, was donald trump surprised by that? did he know it was larry david or did he think it was a member of the audience shouting at him? we have donald trump on the phone right now to ask him. are you there? >> hi, tucker, how are you? >> hello, everybody. >> good morning. >> were you expecting to be shouted at? >> i was. i must tell you. >> it was scripted. >> that was scripted. believe me, i wanted to have that scripted. i want to know what's coming when it comes to that stuff. >> people on social media saying you made "snl" great again.
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how did it go? >> we had tremendous reviews and i'm really honored. i had a fantastic evening and lorne michaels is aand called m this so we said, not easy to do, you know, a big crowd of people watching last night i would imagine. i guess the ratings will come out and i think the ratings will be very high but that's a lot of action going on last night and we had a good time. everybody had a great time. >> yeah. well the clips we've seen we think are hilarious and they brought darrell hammond back and shows the scope of how long donald trump has been around. but the reviews on-line have been mixed. some people think that you weren't as funny as they expected and they like you better when you're out on the campaign trail doing your own thing. what do you say? >> i think i'm honored by that. i like that better. if they would say they like me better in person than on some scripted show that would be great. it's all in fun. and we had a terrific time.
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you know, the whole thing with the hispanics is totally overblown. very, very few people showed up last night. and they were gone before the show even started. you know why? you know what happened? they went home to watch the show. so that's what happened. i mean they were all gone before the show started which was nice, actually. >> so the news towards the end was dominated by ben carson and his biography and a couple different news organizations tracking down people who knew him in his youth and you had this kind of weird scenario, ben carson trying to convince the media he did, in fact, stab someone and go after his mother with a hammer. no other candidates in the race criticized him except you. why are you the only one criticizing ben carson? >> it's not criticizing. look he's got to do his thing. it's the first time in the history, in fact sort of -- they wanted to do a skit on it and i said let's not do that. it's not appropriate. but this is the first time in history where you want to prove that you hit your mother with a hammer, you want to prove you hit a friend in the face with a lock, you want to prove you
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tried to stab somebody to death in order to have credibility. this is in history, this is the first time, and, you know, it's a whole weird deal going on here. i don't know. i mean look, i hope everything is going to be okay for ben. i've had a good relationship with ben. i hope it works out. i hope this didn't going to be disqualifying, maybe it will, maybe it won't. maybe the way it goes, who knows what's going to happen. >> that's pretty big. donald trump telling lorne michaels which skits to do and not to do. i saw you on bill owe liery and you said you trumped them saying some were too risqurisque. >> they wanted to do something on this whole situation about ben where, you know, when you're wanting to hit your mother with a hammer and all of this and you want to prove that it took place in order to keep credibility, and i said just leave it alone. you know what's going to happen. i would get blamed for it. no one else will get blamed for it. believe me. i will be the one to take the heat.
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i said let's relax and go about our lives. >> let's get to some of the big issues. big fox business network debate tuesday with "the wall street journal". you'll be there. that will be unscripted unlike last night as you say. we asked our viewers for questions. one from joan in south carolina. i would like to know how mr. trump feels about the rejected pipeline by the president? as you answer that can you be specific what you would do now that he's rejected the pipeline to create jobs. >> great question. i would absolutely approve it, bu but i would go back and renegotiate the deal as i would with many deals made in many years even beyond obama. renegotiate the deal with the people wanting to put a pipeline in, a piece of the profits coming to the united states. we're making it feasible, we're making it practical, we're using imminent domain y have you to use when doing a job like this or when you're doing a road or highway or anything like this so we're giving them certain powers that they could never get without us. i would absolutely say, as a business guy, this what is i would do, this is what i do
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really well, i would say, i want it, i like the jobs, environmentally better than having trucks running down our roads and spewing out fumes but don't forget, we're really pumping out fuel and energy from canada, and i think that's great but i would want like 25% of the profits for the united states. >> yeah. >> nobody has asked for that and i'm sure it's the first time you've heard it and i'll tell you what's going to happen, everybody will hear this show because so many people listen, especially, you know, i mean they listen, and people are going to say, oh, gee, that's a good idea. the candidates will take that idea and they will bring it forward as their idea. but the difference is, they won't be able to implement it. i will. >> here's the question, if you're not elected president, with your negotiating skills, don't you agree you would be a great secretary of state. would you like to be the person running america's diplomacy. >> i think i would, actually, be a good secretary of state because i get along -- i have many, many deals all over the world. 17, 18 different countries, get
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along with prime ministers and everybody. >> better than john kerry? >> i get along with democrats and people say oh, you shouldn't get along, we have to go back to getting along, so executive orders aren't signed for everything. i don't know. just wouldn't be me. i think it probably will -- i will go into the sunset and i will build my buildings and i will go to scotland, turnberry and doral in miami, and i'll go all over the place and keep doing what i've been doing the last long period. i love doing. the only reason i'm running because i will make america great again and i don't see anybody else that can do that. >> mr. trump, quickly on another subject over the last 24 hours, major breaking fuse about the flight recorder telling us this plane that went down in egypt, that there was an explosion on board. we know isis has claimed responsibility. that has not been confirmed. do you think, as a potential commander in chief, we've hit a whole new face here in the war on terror where either isis could have somebody on the inside at that airport or
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something else, you know, a bomb not detectable, got on to that plane? >> this is more serious than anything that's happened, probably is isis, but certainly seems to have been a bomb, and if it's isis, we have to hit them, regardless, we have to hit them so hard and so fast and we have to take away their source of wealth which is oil, you know, they have oil now and they're making a lot of money with the oil and the money is funding and fueling everything, we have to hit them so fast and so hard at their source, and i've been saying this and you folks know it because i've been telling you, i've been saying this for a long time and people have been scoffing, you can't do that, you can't go in and hit their oil, you know, you got to hit their oil. now everyone is agreeing with me. i heard the other day, ben carson was using exactly my words to say and people were scoffing at it six months ago. i've been saying it for three years. >> so you're saying, in your book, which i read last night, on the airplane, you said we should destroy the oil production in parts of syria and iraq.
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>> and grab it back -- by the way, we'll grab it back and take it back. you have no idea how fast exxon and these companies can bring it right back to health. i mean hit it hard, tucker. hit it really hard. take away the oil. they're making millions and millions of dollars a week and that's fueling all of this stuff that they're doing on the internet. you know they have better internet access than we do. they make us look like babies. they're recruiting people from our country and the worst is going to be when they recruit people from our country to stay in our country and do damage in our country. we have to take away their source of wealth fast and people are now using that expression and saying what i'm saying. of course they don't mention my name, but that's okay. but people are now saying i was right. >> all right. donald trump, we want to get your thoughts on something hillary clinton said in orange burg, south carolina, yesterday. she wants to ease federal regulations on marijuana so that more research can be done, she says, on medical marijuana, as herp aring behind it. what is donald trump's position?
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>> it's a state by state issue, anna. i think strongly it's a state by state. it's in colorado now and they're having certain questions about it. is it having an impact on people's health, on brain powers, et cetera, so they really are having an issue. but let them look at that issue and others are looking at it as you know it was rejected in ohio, which was a ridiculous referendum because it gave one company a monopoly on the state which was crazy, but frankly, i think it's a state by state -- as far as medical marijuana, i would say that's something we should really consider strongly because people are sick and it does have a huge impact on a lot of people and said it has a huge impact on the pain and suffering they have to go through. >> right. >> for medical that's one thing. for the rest that should be state by state. >> all right. donald trump, thanks for joining us first after the big appearance last night. we appreciate it. see you tuesday the at the fox business debate. >> i like the dancing skills. >> we had a good time. drake is a much better dancer.
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>> everyone else is terrible. they're all disasters. >> the frontrunner in the presidential race on the republican side. donald trump. question, is he funnier on that show or in real life? chris wallace joins us for his assessment. what did you think? >> well, let me begin by saying that is so far past my bed time that i -- all i'm seeing are the clips this morning. secondly having seen that clip, there's a reason that i haven't watched "saturday night live" since john be lieu she was on it in 1979 and no question, donald trump is more entertaining on the campaign trail than certainly in that clip. my gosh. >> you're not -- you're a tough audience critic. >> aside from the entertainment side there was a bit of a news story line to go with it as well. couple hundred protesters, many representing latino groups, marched from trump tours to 30 rock saying trump is a racist and trying to get nbc to let him -- make him not bes the host anymore. they were trying to get hecklers
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inside. one heckler, though, and we want to show you the clip. >> you're a racist! >> who the hell -- i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist! [ applause ] >> it's larry david. >> ended up turning it into a joke. obviously inside of seinfeld fame. what do you make of this. >> as johnny carson would say, that is funny, funny stuff. most people probably don't know who johnny carson was. but in any case, that was pretty good. it diffused the issue, you know, for most viewers, my guess is. you know, look, it was a good thing for trump. it was very good for nbc. i'm sure they're going to get huge rating on it. does it change the shape of the republican race? not especially. >> chris, you've got a big show today. real quick, as we talk about
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what you'll be talking about, ben carson, marco rubio, trying to deal with controversies this week. talk about the state of the race as we get ready for the big debate tuesday night? >> well, ben carson, certainly is finding out that it's not all good being the leader in the polls. obviously a lot of questions, vetting of his personal story. that's what its comes when you're in the spotlight. marco rubio finally released his amexcharge card and turns out not to have been such a big deal. some are saying maybe he built it up to explode it. certainly not that bad. we're going to be talking to chris christie and mike mccaul, chairman of the household security committee, about the continuing investigation of that russian plane that went down. >> chris wallace, "fox news sunday" coming up next. thanks a lot. >> you bet. >> this wallet was once owned by the first president george washington. it's been passed down through the family for generations and you'll see it on the new season of "strange inheritance" host
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we've got some quick but vital news headlines for you. first up, could texting be more dangerous than drunk driving? oh, yeah according to a new poll. many drivers say they're more worried about people being distracted by their phones than those who have had a glass or two of wine. talk about a close call. a pennsylvania man jumps off a boat on fire seconds before it exploded. flames and thick black smoke rising into the air on the ohio river near pittsburgh, pennsylvania. the man was bringing the boat to shore to fix the fuel line. turns out there was a problem because the engine caught fire and thank heaven he's okay. ed? >> huge hit.
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strange inheritance returning this wednesday for season two. we're told it's like season one on steroids. four brand new episodes on the fox business network. >> it's uncovering even more rare treasures that seem almost too good to be true. >> this was once the property of george washington. >> we want these things because we want a connection to these men. >> you're a v.i.p. >> yeah. >> are you a descendent of george washington? >> no, i'm not. it's quite a long story. >> why is this show so good? jamie colby is the host of it, on our sister network fox business, and joins us. great to see you. >> thank you. the night after the big debate on fox business network, strange inheritance is back. >> right after? >> the next day. >> wednesday. >> and i love, anna goes, it's huge. >> huge. >> it's a huge hit. thank you. >> you've been gone on the road for like six months or something. 20 states, been overseas. we've missed you, by the way. what can we expect wednesday? >> thank you. i appreciate that.
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and, you know, it was the experience of a lifetime. i got to do things like shoot cannons and drive tanks and the first episode, i love this woman with washington's wallet. you know you're in washington, you and tucker cover politics. i learned so much about george washington. she's not related to him but ended up with his wallet. >> wow. >> and they're called pocketbooks like can you believe george washington carried a pocketbook. that's what they were called. >> like a handbag? >> it's a pocketbook and he had maps and things in there and anyway i love her because she says she visited -- visits the senior center, she doesn't live there. she's a big star because of this wallet. >> how did she get his wallet? >> you have to watch the episode. >> a legitimate means, right? >> what? >> it was for legitimate means some. >> oh, yes. we authenticate everything on the show. we learn about how to do that. first night, four episodes. i'm happy it's launching on veterans day. you know how i felt about our troops. one incredible collection, 220 military tanks from all over the
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world, and i get to drive, i know you're yejealous, that's m at the controls. >> you at bat. >> and the second episode is the only known signed photograph of joe jackson. i don't know if you're as baseball nuts as i am. he was illiterate and couldn't sign his name but he did once for frank smith a photographer that shot him when he was with the cleveland naps. it's unforgettable stuff. >> how do people contact you if they have a strange inheritance and get on the show? >> that's the great part of season two. a number of viewers did contact us and they became an episode. write jamie @strange inheritance.com. thank you for keeping in touch with me on the road. i've enjoyed staying in touch with everyone and i'm back. i'm back. >> the same night, 9:00 p.m. >> what a great show. thank you. >> it's been a privilege. >> up next, hillary clinton's plan to give government workers easier access to pot. she says there's a good reason.
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our next candidate this evening is crushing the benghazi hearings. welcome hillary clinton. >> excuse me while i try to sit casually in this chair. >> what language would you most like to learn? >> i think i'm going to say casual english. >> introvert or extrovert. >> well, rachel i would say i'm both. i'm an extrovert because i love meeting people and connecting with them and mismiling with th and i'm an introvert because no, i don't. >> the greatest thing ever on tv. >> not far off from that rachel maddow interview. >> "saturday night live" last night. to your headlines this morning, three teens behind bars this morning for a plot to shoot up two michigan schools. 18-year-old ryan stevens and 15-year-old lamar dukes and cody
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brewer charged with conspiracy to commit murder. fbi tipped off two days before they planned to shoot up the high school and move to the middle school authorities allege. one of the teens recently bought a gun and we were told there was a list of intended targets. none of that took place. go to pot, no the democratic candidate wants to ease restrictions on marijuana and reclassify the drug as a less dangerous substance to open it up for more medical research. marijuana is a scheduled one drug, the most restrictive class that includes heroin and lsd. the drugs considered to have a high potential for abuse and cannot be accepted for medical use in that category. overnight military activi activities at los angeles international airport. l.a.x. will force flights to detour the next few nights. flights arrive and depart from the california airport over the pacific ocean. they have to fly over homes. officials say the noisy flights will last until thursday. no explanation as to why.
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what is going on? authorities will not say. a raccoon finds itself in a pickle. police in missouri getting a call after someone spots the wild animal trying to wiggle out of a glass jar. animal control rushed in to help and safely removed the jar and the raccoon not hurt. it will be released back into the woods. >> restate. the raccoon is okay. let the day proceed. >> those are your headlines. rick reichmuth, see any raccoons out there? >> none at all. ed, i have a rule if you bring a sign you get on. madison. i did not know where madison, florida, was. 110 miles west of jacksonville. there you go, welcome. >> thank you. great to be here. >> there you go. take a look at the maps, nice in florida. you've been hot. it has been warm there. not the case across the northeast although not that bad. here's what happened throughout the day today. not that much going on for precipitation. little bit of cloud cover around syracuse and watertown but aside from that just a pretty nice day
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all across the northeast, down to the southeast, this is where we have our storms going on and that is going to pull off a little bit farther off towards south carolina later on today. panhandle of florida seeing the heaviest of rain and much of florida the remaining warm and muggy. into the northern plains a spectacular day, hard to mention the temps are 10 to 20 degrees above average. we will see a ton of sunshine in the area. at least a cool start to the day, but it's going to be warming up quite a bit. across parts of the west, we're going to be looking at nice conditions across much of the southwest, then in towards the pacific northwest the storm continues to pull onshore and we will see mountain snow as the day moves on. all right. guys, send it over to you. >> well. >> talking toys. >> embracing our inner child because this week three new toys were inducted into the national toy hall of fame. and here to share those toys that made the cut and celebrate classics already on the list jackie, the editor and chief of
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thetoyinsider.com. >> thanks for having me. >> so puppets have been around for thousands of years. these are classic toys. they get kit kids imaginations going, storytelling, express emotions and deck tarety and coordination. this guy grunts actually. >> aren't these beautiful. >> grunting toy, nothing better. >> can you hear that? >> so what about the sock puppet? what about that? >> any puppet. the puppets around for thousands of years to today's gorgeous puppets. >> okay. this is the greatest toy ever invented and i'm glad to see it gets the recognition it's due. the sirp soaker. it super soaks. >> it will soak you even on a cold day like today. >> like a bb gun. >> anyone who doesn't like this toy? >> i don't think there's anyone that doesn't like a great super soaker. >> especially november. >> and twister. my favorite game, yes.
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so did you know twister was taken out of production when it was first introduced because it was too racy. >> it's pretty racy. 1950s values, but the truth is there's something dangerously erotic about twister. >> johnny carson played it with ava gabber on "the tonight show" and viewers went crazy and sold 3 million copies that holiday. >> tucker will play with anna. >> no, i'm not. >> twister is an old game. >> introduced in 1964. >> wow. >> everyone is nervous. >> the first one. >> come on, tucker. >> twister. it is left foot on purple. >> that's blue. >> on blue. whatever. i'm color-blind. okay. >> blue. >> the next one is left foot on yellow. >> okay. >> next one, this is for you ed, right hand on green. >> oh, boy. okay. >> and now right foot on red.
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>> okay. this is getting weird. left hand on green. >> for who, ed? >> for you, anna. >> left? >> let me help you out. >> anna won. >> i won. >> that was the easiest victory ever. >> wasn't that a great game. >> awesome. >> the largest chess set. >> chess has been around for a very long time too and these are all classic toys that we've brought with us today that have been inducted into the national toy hall of fame over the years. >> oh. that's several thousand years old. about time someone inducted this. >> about time. >> this is not inducted this year. this has been inducted. >> previous years. >> hall of fame started in 1998. >> a perennial inductee. >> also inducted in 2006 the ease yes bake oven. >> >> absolutely. >> we're going to have a bakeoff coming up later in the show. >> that's going to be awesome. >> it takes a while. we're going to do it. >> here we go. >> thank you for that. >> thank you. >> all right. coming up next, would you
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we've got good news. time for headlines. first up an unlucky lady in an oregon casino had her fortune stripped from her because of what the casino called a machine malfunction. veronica had won $8 million on a video slot machine. the bosses there told her there was no jackpot waiting for her. >> to me, that's deceiving.
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it's cheating. it's -- might even be fraudulent. >> might even be fraudulent. she walked away with $80. not $8 million. she's looking for a lawyer. the world's first pot friendly gas station opened in the state of colorado. gas and grass has two businesses with separate entrances. one for gasoline, the other for weed on the go. that sounds dangerous. a new poll something as simple as a single word could influence what you think about the most serious political issues we face today. a serious question. for example, 46% of americans say they would support stricter gun control laws but when the word control is removed that number jumps to 52%. which words could be impacting your preferences without you knowing it and shaping how political debates play out. let's ask someone who knows better than anyone, lee carter, a pollster. we'll go through examples but words matter in this case. >> they sure do. everything we do, not what you
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say that matters it's what people hear. we have to be careful in how we read the polls and then pollsters are looking for ways to change because you might say in theory i agree with something, but there's so many words laden with baggage like gun control, like welfare. go through the things and you might have sudden images in your head of what the things mean. >> it can twist the debate as well. walk through some of the examples, different code words. 68% of people feel like we spend too little on assistance for the poor, but when you ask them about welfare, 42% feel we spend too little on welfare. explain that. >>well fare is one of the terms laden with baggage. say welfare, people hear something totally different. talk about assistance to the poor that's something that will tug on your heart strings and have a totally different image. they mean the same thing, you can have a different result. >> what about environmental issues. this is big. the president rejected the keystone pipeline. talk about that. >> if you talk about relaxing environmental standards, for
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example, those are real, real big buzzwords i'm looking here, 40% of folks would support relaxing environmental standards, but 67% would say that we should relax government regulations. >> right. >> same thing. change the word from environmental to government, and you have a totally different outcome. >> what about an example of positive versus negative framing of these questions? for example, 51% of folks would vote to personalize social security. 34% would vote for privatizing because democrats when president bush brought it up turned privatizing social security into a dirty phrase. >> absolutely. privatizing to one thing is all about the institution. personalizing is all about me. and so i'm going to have a totally different feeling, a totally different answer when you talk about personalizing versus privatizing. >> the last one, we don't have a picture of it but i wanted to go through, i've been out on the campaign trail with hillary clinton as you know and she likes to talk about not gun control but wants more gun safety measures. who's against safety, right?
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>> absolutely. if you think about all of the stories she's talking about, she talks about children using guns and that way you go, of course, i want gun safety. but gun control people have a totally different thing because gun control images into do i have a right to bear arms. >> right. >> it's in the constitution. >> absolutely. great to see you. >> good to see you. >> coming up, why this cup has christians across the country seeing more than just red. one couple finds love online only to realize they actually were sweethearts off-line. back in preschool. the long, lost lovebirds join us. there they are. a little kiss. that's kind of a long kiss there. they will join us next. ♪ amerivest selects the funds and manages your portfolio. is it run by robots? no no, you can talk to a person anytime. 'cause i don't trust robots. right...well, if the portfolio you're invested in doesn't perform well for two consecutive quarters, amerivest will
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some big consumer headlines. volkswagen dealerships across the country may offer more than $1200 cash to diesel car owners to try to win back customer confidence. this in the midst of a high-profile emission scandal. the company facing lawsuits after it wired cars to falsely pass air quality testing. >> meanwhile, a recaller for honda drivers. the company is recalling more than 25,000 cars to replace the rear grab rail brackets which could interfere with one of the airbags. the recall affects some of the 2015/2016 fit lx cars. anna? >> all right. ed, such a sweet story, a love story out of a fairlytale after matching with him on an on-line dating site and seeing him for the first time 33-year-old amy says she knew her future fiancee justin was the man she wanted to
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marry. that wasn't really the first time they met. turns out the two were preschool sweethearts 30 years ago. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> thank you for having us. >> you waited 30 years to put a ring on it. what's wrong with you? >> a little slow at things. >> i love this story. amy tell me how you guys met. it was on a social media dating website. which one was it? eharmony, grinder, tinder, which was it? >> definitely not grinder. we met on match.com. we connected on match about a year ago right now, actually, and justin reached out to me and unfortunately, if anybody has ever been on it you kind of -- as soon as you join you get a lot of messages. i, you know, kind of was in the midst of all that and took a couple weeks for us to connect on there and as soon as i saw his picture and sweet message and he sent me a happy
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thanksgiving message, man, he's really nice, i messaged back a couple days later after the florida state gator game, he's a die-heard noll and my family is a gator fan, so i messaged him after the game and like you must be a happy nol because they won that day and we kept talking after that and he asked me on a date the next night for dinner later in the week. our first date on december 3rd. we haven't left each other's side since then. >> like a match made in heaven. it's so cute. written in the stars it seems. justin, you told her that you liked her name because you had a crush on a girl in preschool. were you the first to figure it out? >> what happened was one day we were driving down the road and talking about names i've always liked you name. i remember having like a little crush on a girl in preschool named amy. she's like i don't want to hear about that. that's not me. >> that wasn't me. i was like whatever, it wasn't
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me. >> and then about a month or so later, i had a headache or something and she was kind of rubbing my eye and i was like do you see the scar and i got that back in preschool. i said yeah, good old sunshine preschool. she's like, that's where i went to preschool. we're the same age. so then we started kind of putting it all together and our parents confirmed you guys were there the same time and then it was on the picture hunt trying to find pictures. >> yeah. we're enjoying looking at this sitting right next to each other in the class picture too. >> yep. >> what do your parents think about this? so often parents discourage young love, not true love, just puppy love and now this happens. what do they think about it all? >> well, from what i've heard from his mom, she remembers more of the story, obviously, she's like you know, i remember justin coming home and talking about a little preschool amy and i thought it was puppy love. obviously i doubt they were
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discouraging because i don't think anybody thinks when your little toddler comes home saying anything about a little girl or little boy, that you're thinking, oh, obviously they're going to end up marrying. i think she thought it was cute and, obviously, when we circled back as adults and we came around and figured this out they were like, what? like what are the chances. so they've all been very excited. our if family and friends have been super supportive and excited about it. >> i can imagine. we think it's cool that tucker married his high school sweetheart. to say you married your preschool sweetheart is unbelievable. do you plan to have kids and how will you tell them this story? >> yeah. we plan to have kids. we're thinking maybe two. already picked names out. we've been doing things in reverse. >> yeah. >> we're not conventional at all. >> but i'm not sure how we would tell them. maybe just put on a clip one day and say hey -- >> by the way.
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>> check this out. >> yeah. >> show them this interview. >> uh-huh. >> good luck to you. you guys are so cute together. what a story. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> five minutes before the top of the hour on your sunday. the future of guantanamo bay will be announced this week. where those prisoners could be relocated. and did you see this bright ball of light last night? ufo. we'll solve the mystery just ahead. ♪ ♪ how sweet it is to be loved by you ♪ ♪ how sweet it is to be loved by you ♪
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two black boxes. >> plus, "saturday night live" was on heckling high alert as donald trump took the stage last night. >> you're a race sist. >> who the hel is -- i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist. >> there was a heckler. it turned out to be larry david. what happened next? we'll show you coming up. >> take a look at this. can you guess what it is? even what it's celebrating. why it has so many people feeling a bit frosty on a cold sunday morning here in new york city. morning are better with friends. ♪ ♪ it's fantastic you can brush my hair ♪ >> so we're celebrating the inductees into the toy hall of fame. we are playing twister last hour
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and playing with sock puppets and plush hand puppets. we're having a bakeoff with the easy bake oven. >> i can't wait. the toy hall of fame, all the best, that's coming up. first, there was an anti-trump march here in new york city. about 200 people going from the trump towers at columbus circle to 30 rock a block or so to protest the appearance of donald trump on "saturday night live." >> they didn't get inside. >> another guy did. >> there was a heckler. >> he was not going to have his enthusiasm curbed. >> he wasn't. very good. here's what happened last night on "saturday night live." >> you're a racist! >> who the hell is -- oh, yeah. i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist! >> it's larry david. what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that,
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they would give me $5,000. >> as a businessman, i can fully respect that. >> and the latino group that said they would give $5,000 to whoever heckled said they will still give a check to larry david. >> give it to the rich to get richer. $5,000 you can buy underwear with that. he plays bernie sanders, only one pair of underwear. >> mixed reviews from the show last night. i thought he was good. i got to say i believe donald trump is funnier in news interviews even than on "saturday night live." >> when just being himself. >> the reality is funnier than what's scripted. we had him on the program earlier and here's how he reacted to his performance. listen. >> it's all in fun. and we had a terrific time. you know, the whole thing with the hispanics, totally overblown. very, very few people showed up last night and they were gone before the show even started. you know why? you know what happened? they went home to watch the show. >> again, he's better in
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interviews, i think. >> and the ratings -- >> they were sleeping. >> the ratings are going to be strong. regardless of how he did. >> they are going to be strong. whenever you interview donald trump on tv you get e-mail why are you promoting this guy and the truth is, we're agnostic on this stuff i would say, he is as an interview question, he's a great interview. >> when he was on bill o'reilly's show he looked over a lot of the scripts and some of the different sketch they were going to do and he had to knicks a few because they were too risq risque. he told lorne michaels he didn't want to bash ben carson in one of the skits. >> he vetoed it. his first presidential veto. >> i'm not going to attack ben carson. poor ben carson. he doesn't need me to pile on. >> donald trump's way of slamming carson here without -- but i really care about him. >> that was funny. >> last night on the show trump gave us a look at what the oval office might look like under a trump administration. here it is.
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>> well, mr. president, you did it. >> just like i promised, right? >> halfway through into your first term and prosperity is at an all-time high. two years you really made america great again. >> see i told you. more than just words on a silly hat. >> first lady milan nia is 100% correct. >> i got to admit, i didn't think it would happen this fast. everyone loves the new laws you tweeted. >> terrific. just terrific. general, how are we doing in syria? >> well, isis is completely eliminated, sir. the country is at peace. all the refugees have returned and they have great jobs as black jack dealers in the trump hotel and casino in damascus. >> how is the economy? >> amazing, sir. in the words of our new national anthem, it's huge! after your tough negotiations with china, you are killing them on trade. they're now borrowing money from us. i have no idea how you did it, sir. >> basically, exactly what his
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campaign speech says. >> not far off. >> and speaking of dr. ben carson, we told you yesterday about politico walking back their headline and softening it about him allegedly fabricating his story about getting a full scholarship to west point. well, dr. ben carson tweeted out we the people have made 10,000 donations each day this week raising $3.5 million this week alone. thank you, biased media. >> he's doing what ted cruz did in the cnbc debate saying the pedia is coming after me and enough is enough. cruz raised money after the cnbc debate. ben carson, $3.5 million in a few days on top of the fact that he posted on facebook last week, carson did, that he raised $10 million in the month of october alope. that is serious cash. >> wow. >> it has been. and it's who knows what's going to happen in the race but for people who believe a small number of rich donors are determining voting behavior ben carson i don't think has a lot of rich donors.
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a lot of small donors. you can do it on the internet. >> bernie sanders on the left. >> it's not that simple. it's not an oligarchy actually. >> he's running on his biography, rags to riches story, and his, you know, being able to have this troubled background where he allegedly tried to stab someone and was really violent and then found jesus and changed his life and really turned things around. >> tighten the facts up and weight real. if you're going to run on that and not on your voting record on issues that everybody seems to be liking you better make sure your facts are straight. >> we asked what you thought about "saturday night live" last night. still do that, frien friends @foxnews.com. >> the opening segment was funny but went downhill from there. >> jim wrote, i'm in for trump however the shows are not the place for presidential candidates. it interesting point. >> steve on facebook, the man is fearless. doesn't hide like hillary. >> trump's appearance on "snl" was huge. >> amazing. >> as we said, we had trump on
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just an hour ago. >> right. >> i have to say, again, he is so much funnier in my opinion when you talk to him. >> and i mentioned the ratings are obviously going to be high, you would expect that. my question, it still remains, months into this, will ratings, he can draw big crowd, big audience, big crowd on the trail, will people turn out to vote? can he get those votes? is he organizing the folks. watch him on tv, turn out 20,000 people at the dallas event. >> look at the numbers. >> will they go to the polls? >> the analysis about the national polls, so stupid. what matters are the states and the states that matter most in my view are south carolina and florida. in those states he's killing it. he's 20 points ahead of jeb bush in florida. that may change, probably will change, but still amazing at this point. >> and how bad is it that we have this issue with voter turnout in the united states, we certainly do, and the i voted sticker people don't wear as a badge of honor as they used to. those make america great hats or make america great again hats
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are all over facebook and twitter and i bet people will be sporting both of those on the day of the primary and general election if that happens. >> we got headlines. >> let's get to this. fox news alert. egyptian officials leading the probe into the deadly russian plane crash in the sinai peninsula. they're investigating an explosion heard in the final second of the cockpit voice recorder still hesitant to say it was caused by a bomb or terrorist attack. looking at other causes like lithium batteries. this comes as an affiliate of isis in sinai is named as a prime suspect in the crash. 112 days of guantanamo bay detainees could be coming to america. the pentagon set to release a plan this week following president obama's staff saying they died trying to uphold his 2008 promise to shut down the prison. the plan includes moving them to kansas, south carolina. congress would need to approve the proposal but the president hasn't ruled out using executive action. in with glaishers.
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several simon owned malls across america are changing up displays for a more modernized experience, ditching santa's sleigh and christmas tree for an glacier look instead. shoppers outraged saying they believed the change not made -- >> supposed to be a tolerant society and this is taking away something that people love and respect about the season. so it was kind of going against the tolerance. >> north carolina and new york adding christmas trees to their display after 20,000 people signed change.org petitions. did you see this? or the pictures and videos flooding social media? >> whoa. >> what is this? >> oh, my god. >> hundreds reported spotting a mysterious fireball shooting across the sky in southern california. the navy confirming the flash from a routine unarmed missile test.
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those your headlines. >> routine. how many missile tests are there? routine to send a missile over a residential neighborhood. >> weren't you in california yesterday? >> i was. that doesn't seem routine to me. what do i know. >> rick reichmuth standing buy. >> if clayton were here he would have a story. probably in new mexico today. >> probably behind that. >> behind what is going on with that. all right. rain across the southeast, sorry to say it again. in fact, very heavy, this is just what the next say about 24 hours are going to look like. rain, a little bit of a break early across georgia and then will fill in again, moves into south carolina, and then this becomes a rainmaker in the mid-atlantic tomorrow and across the northeast on tuesday. get ready for some rain there. this is where it is now. it has cleared out across parts of the lower mississippi valley and that certainly is good news for you because you've had a few rainy days. across the west, the next system. a lot of rain and we're going to be seeing some pretty significant mountain snow which is good news especially around the tahoe area. no real legit cold air coming.
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today we'll back warm across the northern plains. tomorrow another warm day. tuesday, another warm day. you get the idea. we will see the colder air across parts of the west but for the most part the central plains across the east are still feeling nice. you know what this means? it means that winter can't last that long. march 15th will come four months from now, and it's going to be warming up. >> i love your optimistic posture, rick. >> i hope so. >> sounds like winter never ends in the city. >> the way it feels. two of the most important countries on the global stage. why defense secretary ash carter says russia and china could threaten the world order. we've got details on that coming up. >> three days away from the next gop debate on the fox business network. one of the moderators and hosts of sunday morning futures is here to give us an idea. >> welcome back. ♪ this guy from engineering says
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♪ so spring has sprung. ♪ you used to call me on the cell phone ♪ >> that was donald trump on last night's "saturday night live." how will it match his performance this tuesday night on the fox business network when he and the other republican candidates take the stage to debate the economy. what can we expect this time around? we have the world's expert on that question. futures host maria bartiromo and she's one of the debate moderators and joins us now. great to see you. >> great to see you. >> you and cavuto. it's going to be unbelievable. questions ready? what's it going to be like? >> we have narrowed it down to the questions but we're going to continue sharpening up the questions and as we go on live 9:00 on tuesday, look, i think we're going to stick to the issues. we're going to look at the issues that are important to the american people, the pocketbook issues like wages having not
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moved in eight years, like jobs, almost 40% of working age americans without a job have given up, stopped looking. trade. i mean all economic issues is what we want to zero in on and we are going to stick to the issues. >> obviously ben carson, since the cnbc debate, has had real trouble with his life story. what's true, what's not and separating fact from fiction could also be an important thing. not that you want to dwell on it. you want to talk economy. how do you balance that without this becoming cnbc 2.0. >> that's a good question. the truth is there are headlines in the room that are sort of like the elephant in the room you have to address them. when you look at something like the ben carson noise that has been around these last 48 hours, i think it speaks to leadership issues and the way that would suggest he would govern. so from that standpoint, i think everything is on the table. from my standpoint everything is an economic issue because you talk about defense spending, you talk about foreign policy and national security, that comes
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with a price tag. >> energy. >> i think that all issues in particular, things glaringly in the headlines, are par for the course. >> you say this is going to be as advertised and stick to the issues. one of the criticisms of cnbc not just the got you questions but they lost control and that they were making sure that the rules applied to some people but then seemed like they didn't to others. how will you keep control? >> i tried, these last couple of weeks, to take the high road and not criticize my former colleagues there. i worked at cnbc 20 years and liked them a lot. i think they tried. the fact is what was missing and i think is missing just in the last month or so is the reminder of why we do these debates. these debates have a purpose. they are to help the voter and viewer get educated on the candidates' plans and get better informed on distinguishing the differences of each plan. that's how i'm going to do that. i'm going to look at, you know, the candidates, neil, myself and jerry baker from "the wall
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street journal" is also a moderator and has had fantastic questions, he's got a great, you know, backdrop at the journal for research and we will try to look at these plans and distinguish what is different from the next. because i think even at this point, four debates in, we still don't have a clear idea of where their economic plans stand in terms of creating jobs. >> yeah. go ahead. >> just the home economics, this is an issue in the rubio campaign going on ten years, questions about why he charged personal expenses including car repairs, paving stones, to a republican party of florida credit card. he says he did it accidentally and just didn't realize it was that card. is that a topic, do you think, that a, is fair to bring up, and b, likely to influence voters. >> when running for president everything is fair. i think what president obama said the other day is right. if these guys can't handle the moderators how will you handle china and russia. looking at a person's personal life and how they've made decisions with their own money
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should be looked at it does, perhaps, give you a hint of how they may lead and govern. i don't think as a presidential candidate you can expect that just because you were not good with your finances, that shouldn't be part of the conversation. >> and on the eve of the debate friday we had a jobs report as you know better than anyone, pretty strong. 271,000 jobs created i believe. >> that's right. >> in the last month. two fold. i wonder, i immediately read stories saying this means the fed does have to raise interest rates. you've heard it dozens of times. still hasn't happened. how do you pushes the republican cap dates beating up on the obama economy for seven years on what they would do differently because at least on the jobs front it's coming back. >> this is not different than what we're seeing in the news for the last year. the jobs numbers have been improving and the bulls on the economy keep pointing to hey, the job numbers are good, things are getting better why are we making america great again when it is -- >> wage is not. >> wages are not and when you strip down, that employment rip on friday, notice a lot of that job creation was temps, a lot of
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companies putting temporary workers in place ahead of the holidays. i mentioned the participation rate. 40% of working age americans without a job and stopped looking, they've given up. you have a complete breakdown in the industrial side of the economy, the manufacturing side. that's because exports are under pressure, china slowing down, the dollar is way too strong. there's a lot of issues. most think we're already in a recession and the manufacturing side of this economy and then a full-blown recession will happen in the next year. that's one issue that candidates have to address. what are they going to do to head off a potential recession. >> this is a moderator not pushed around. >> not going to lose control. >> you have rubio on your show. >> marco rubio coming up and one question for him is, why does he have this tax exemption for families. this is one of those distinctions of the tax plan. giving you a tax credit for having children. so people are trying to throw and we have carly fiorina as well and catch up and how they
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plan for the debate. art is coming up. he has gone through every tax plan and economic plan of all of the candidates and going to help us distinguish which is going to impact the average family best. >> have a good show. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> 9:00 p.m., fox business. >> you know him as a pop star from canada, but could justin bieber be the most powerful man in america with power over the president? >> what? >> you hate to think that but we'll tell you. >> tired of waiting in long lines at airport security. should you get a tsa clearance. is it worth your time and money. >> news you can use. ♪ at mfs investment management, we believe active management can protect capital long term. active management can tap global insights.
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let's get up and moving. 24 minutes after the hour. quick international headlines. defense secretary ash carter accusing china and russia of endangering world order. he says he's concerned about china's expanding influence and military growth as well as rush why's challenging activities at sea, in the air, and space and cyber space. and despite a strained relationship after a public clash over the iran nuclear deal, president obama and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu are set to meet for the first time in a year in washington tomorrow. the two are set to talk about the possibility of giving more aid to the israeli military as part of a renegotiated security agreement. tucker? >> thank, an ma kooiman. after the russian plane crash of last week the obama administration has announced it is beefing up security at some airports. so what are some of the ways for you to get through security faster as the busy holiday season approaches. here to tell us how to cut a few of those airport security lines,
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legally and properly, of course, is travel expert francesa. >> thanks for joining us. >> a lot of programs out there for people. >> yes. >> you have the precheck which i have. they're always trying to sell me on clear. i don't know what that would do. talk about the differences and what people should actually do this holiday season to get going. >> right. long lines, lengthy security procedures involving the mini bags and bottles and grabby tsa agents are just some of the frustrations people have had in recent years and now, of course, the tsa announcing it's going to be further security changes. people want to know are things going to get tougher. so if you're willing to put forward a little bit of money, programs like clear or tsa precheck are designed to speed you through the security checkpoints. when you subscribe for either they will send you a card in the mail which you would take to the airport. as a clear member you will take this to your clear station in the airport where you will be physically scanned. they will do a thumb print scan or an iris scan and this will
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allow you to bypass the line to the metal detector. as a tsa precheck member you won't have to remove your shoes, belt, coat or laptop from its case. so they have different benefits depending on which one you choose. >> clear not in as many airports as i travel the country. >> clear only in 12 airports in the u.s. versus tsa precheck which is in 138 airports. clear saying there are more on the horizon and looking to hit the international market as well and get into popular travel destinations. >> the presumption is there's some vetting. we're not just allowing people to bypass security checkpoints and pay money. >> no. obviously there's also global entry which i talked about a little bit earlier. global entry allows you to bypass the line up to customs and also involves a tsa precheck membership in it. it's $100. remember they all have different price points as well. clear is $179.
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>> you don't think either compromises security? >> i don't. i wouldn't believe that for a minute. i don't think they compromise security bus they're well put together. you have to go through a process to get these passes and you're still going through security at the end of the day. you're not just completely eliminating it. >> as you can at sharm el sheikh paying $15 not going through any skurts. >> very different. depends on what money you want to spend. they work together informally like orlando where clear and tsa precheck exist together. >> thank you for having me. >> super helpful. >> thanks. he's back, larry david returns to "saturday night live" as bernie sanders. >> pull out your vacuum, dump it upside down, and send me all the penfies that fall out of it. i'm bernie sanders and i once your vacuum pennies. >> was that bernie sanders or larry david? we dare you to tell the difference, ahead.
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>> we've been celebrating the latest toys inducted in the national toy hall of fame. one toy in for almost a decade makes up tiny treats in minutes. we compete in an easy bake oven bake-off. rick is there. we do it next. ♪ at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like ordering wine equals pretending to know wine. pinot noir, which means peanut of the night.
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final candidate, a second-term senator from the state of -- >> i don't need no fancy introduction. i'm not elvis presley. let's just get on with it. >> are you ready for some questions some. >> i've actually got a question for you. what the hell is this tonight? why are we even doing this? >> how is the way you're financing your campaign different from the other candidates in either party? >> rachel, the other candidates are taking millions of dollars from the koch brothers and exxon mob mobil. not me. i only accept coins. if you believe in bernie, i need you to go home, open your closet, pull out your vacuum, dump it upside down, and send me all the pennies that fall out of it. that's right. i'm bernie sanders. and i want your vacuum pennies. >> was the real? >> cheetos and skittles.
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>> unbelievable. >> that was very true to life. >> he's fun. >> very. >> 33 minutes after the hour. other stories making headlines. the search off for the man seen in this video falling into the ocean from a royal caribbean cruise ship. the 35-year-old brazilian tourist dangled off the seventh deck of the "oasis of the seas" before losing his grip crews scanned nearly 1,000 nautical miles before calling off the search. the most powerful man in america, according to russell simmons -- ♪ baby baby like baby baby ♪ like baby baby >> come on, justin bieber has newer songs out. "what do you mean"? an interview russell simmons said a tweet helped spur the feds on the prison resentencing reform. biebs tweeted the house said
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simmons who started the campaign with celebrities. legislation in the works. simmons says celebrity status is a powerful thing. a blind barber getting his cut of a paycheck. a massachusetts court just ruled joel knicksen who has progressively lost his sight over the years should be allowed to cut customers' hair even though he can't see. he will be awarded $100,000 in damages. the barber shop plans to appeal. thanksgiving may be more than two weeks away, but today organizers of the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade are testing out the balloons. the test flights under way at citi field home of the new york mets. new balloons include, drum roll please, prehistoric twirl from the ice age and a prehistoric version of ronald mcdonald. an adorable moment between a 6-year-old and his grandpa caught on camera. >> you can see the fish. >> i don't see the fish. >> right there.
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>> sam adams caught a 41 pound striped bass off the jersey shore, nearly as tall as he is. he says he did it with the help of his grandfather coaching him through the 20-minute ordeal. he's in second place in a tournament with nearly 700 fishermen. those are your headlines. all right. rick, over to you outside. >> i think that was his dad on the other end yanking on it. we never saw what was on the other end of the pole. nobody out here believes it. sorry. >> where are you from? >> arlington, virginia. >> welcome. savannah, georgia. >> yeah. >> lot of savannah going on this morning. rainy day in savannah today. take a look at the weather map and what's going on. temperature wise we have a chilly day, chilly not horribly cold but chilly start to the great lakes, down across florida still warm, 79 in tampa. it's the warm temperatures are going to continue. across the northeast here you go. tons of sunshine, chillier than yesterday but not that bad. we're going see rain move in by tuesday.
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so just be prepared for that. down across the southeast that's where the rain is today. heavy at times, two to three inches for a few folks. but to the west of that, southern -- lower mississippi valleys a cross texas and oklahoma, looking spectacular. no of sunshine and the warm temperatures certainly for this time of year, 10 to 20 degrees above average. 56 in minot. across the west looking nice across the four corners today. you'll see that system move in tomorrow. today we've got the rain across california coastline and snow heavy at times across the higher elevations into the sierra nevadas. great news to get the skiing going. and the snowpack which we need to help with that drought across parts of california. more rain across the pacific northwest. that's going to be our weather maker for much of this coming week. all right. guys, it's time to cook with an easy bake oven. i see a pizza that has my name on it. >> battleship, whiffle ball and the coloring books may be classics but not hall of famers. this year puppets, super soakers
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and twister were all induktsds into the national toy hall of fame. >> to celebrate all morning long we've been having fun with the toys and now we've got james and we're celebrating one of the old favorites. 2006 inductee the easy bake ofb ven. >> how are you doing? >> we're making a game out of this. we are facing off in an easy bake, coal fired, right. >> oh, yeah. >> hasbro. you are going to do a bake-off as james and i stand and critique the performance. >> yeah. we're going to talk about some of the things that you could make in an easy bake oven like a pizza. >> of course. >> are they any good? >> is that true? >> yeah. >> it's cold out here. what do you want. >> how does it work? >> look, you got to start with great ingredients. we love cheese, wisconsin baked cheese makers. i made a real dough. this is in the pack itself. i made a real dough. stretch that out. take a little tomato sauce. >> okay.
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>> all right. >> and your grated cheese goes on top. and then it's in the oven. and then look examines out like that. >> that's incredible. >> it's actually a nutritious disk of happiness here. once it goes easy bake oven how many hours does it take is. >> this is what we were talking about. a new diet trend you only eat fooded out of an easy bake oven. incredible portion control. and anna has won the cooking contest. >> i don't -- >> too much. >> here's your cooking dough packet. >> chocolate cookie mix. >> the ingredients now. >> chocolate chip. how much water do we put in? >> the same thing i told ed, about a teaspoon. pour the water in here. >> not resulting in a malfunction. >> okay. >> can you eat the dough? >> so you pour it into the pan and add -- >> i think i need more. >> are you sure these are only two ingredients? >> that's it? >> am i sure, i'm not. this what is easy bake tells us.
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>> there is some complexity. we should say parents of young children might want to supervise the process. >> they get really hot you get to like normal often vep temperature. 350 degrees. they're pretty well protected. it does mean you could make real food in it like pancakes. >> the mystery is what's the heating element. i said coal fired but probably not. >> it's a light bulb. >> a light bulb. i don't know what type of light bulb. >> probably incandescent. >> are we supposed to spray the pan? >> ed -- >> soupy concoction here. >> mine is about to crumble. >> can you make soup? ed is about to discover it. >> just making cookies. i am making a cool -- >> a gooey. >> soup. >> a broth of chocolate chip. >> it's cool. >> do we add our own m&m's? >> go on automatically? >> surprisingly lumpy. >> do you push it or no? >> yeah. you got to push the cooking part
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is here. you have to push it in a bit. >> the light bulb based cooking element. >> what's the wait time? both of their cookie kis have gone in. >> >> nine minutes. this is why. don't think you could produce more than 1,000 calories a day. if you limited yourself to an easy bake diet you could be -- >> we're going to find out. come back at the end and find out whose cookie came out better? >> ed or anna? >> anna. >> you're going down, ed henry. >> that's what we know. james, you're a genius and innovator. thank you. we'll see you at the end of the program. >> here's what's coming up. a poetic tribute to our veterans is going viral. >> was not the politicians with their compromises and ploys, who won for us the freedom that our country now enjoys. >> the voice behind that poem,
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tony joins us live. >> clips from donald trump on "snl." did it measure up to the hype? former cast member from "saturday night live" now has a radio show in new york and around the country, joe piscopo is here to weigh in next. joe. ♪ born in the usa ♪ i was born in the usa is ♪ i was born in the usa joe. ♪ born in the usa
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you're a racist. >> who the hell -- i knew this was going to happen. who is that? >> trump's a racist! >> it's larry david. what are you doing, larry? >> i heard if i yelled that, they would give me $5,000. [ applause ] >> as a businessman, i can fully
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respect that. >> that was donald trump on "saturday night live" last night. the appearance was not without controversy. protesters packeds the streets outside 30 rock before the show. they didn't measure up to the hype in the end. who better to judge that than an "snl" alum. >> joining us is comedian and actor joe piscopo. >> good morning. >> i have yankee tickets for you. >> talk about that in a minute. he invited me to a yankee game this summer and i was making plans and all of a sudden he sends me a photo from the game. i think we have it. john mcenroe in my seat. you bring -- you're not here unless you bring tickets. >> i got some. >> what am i going to do, i'm too cheap to buy the tickets. i get the tickets somehow went to mcenroe so i sent the tweet and said you oh, me, pal. >> that hurt. >> yeah. >> definitely inside baseball. >> so we just talked to donald trump about this and you've got the impression talking he had quite a bit of influence over the scripts. you've worked there.
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do guest hosts get to determine what's on? >> they do. lorne michael is the ruler, the boss, such awe and respect for lorne mikesles. he makes the final call clearly. donald is donald. they know him. he's a nice guy. you talked to donald. he's a good guy so i'm sure he had all the input in the final word. >> when we had him on at the top of our 8:00 hour -- >> he was great. >> when he was on with o'reilly said he nixed in of the sketch but they were too risque and lorne michaels wanted to do something on ben carson and he said i don't want to touch that. >> it was great the way they led in and did the msnbc sketch out front. all of us are waiting to see when is donald coming in. larry comes and nails it, i was in the comedy clubs with a hundred years ago in new york, and then the way donald came out bringing darrell hammond out, it was well done. the show was well done. donald was funny. the cast is great. i thought it was a home run all around. >> here he was hysterical.
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>> we'll let you react. >> like me and you dancing. ♪ ♪ teachers getting in on this your tax guy getting in on this ♪ ♪ you used to call me on the cell phone ♪ ♪ call me on the cell phone >> you got to love it, man. >> that's fun. but you know the history, they've booked controversial guests before, politicians and what not. walk us through that. >> you know what, they have. it's always -- they always walk the edge. when they did the isis sketch this year you remember, it was right on the money, thought it was brilliant and the cast is at the top of its game now. i love what -- watching michael on "weekend update" taking shots at -- with the ben carson situation, some race jokes, which i thought was spectacular. but when we went in, we followed the original cast which was like impossible so all we tried to do is be funny. you couldn't match the great
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writing. >> you were always funny. >> you couldn't match the original cast. what's comedy without controversy. come on. >> sharpen -- >> exact sfli politicians do, do they roll with it or good at comedy? >> that's a great question, tucker. it's like the donald rolls at everything. if i may, i got to tell you guys, with what donald -- look at donald's week, tuesday signing the book, 2,000 people coming in. and then at the meeting with lorne michaels the next day on a plane to new hampshire to register up there. i tell you, trump's week alone would qualify him to be president this week. it was insane. the rehearsal, promos, a tough show to do. monday and tuesday on "snl" you're agonizing on i got to write, what am i writing, what's funny. >> he's driving the conversation and see if he can deliver the votes and get the nomination. >> you're right. i saw you earlier on the show, there was seven protesters, that was it. they made a big thing, did the camera angle and seven people out there. we love the hispanic and latino
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community, the foundation of america and the catholic church, it's just entertainment. everybody has to chill out. have fun with it. a home run on "snl." just great. >> thanks for joining us. >> yankee tickets for ed coming up. >> you can see joe at the girls and boys club in new jersey. learn more at bgcnj.com. listen to him every morning on the radio and you should, it's a.m. 970 the answer live from new york city. coming up next, a military video tribute that's going viral. >> was not the politicians with their compromises and ploys, who won for us the freedom that our country now enjoys. >> the voice behind that poem, joins us live. >> plus he's been out for months after hurting his hand in a fireworks accident. jason pierre-paul is returning to the football field. the details just ahead. ♪
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>> a quick look at big games week nine. jason pierre paul will finally make his long awaited debut today, he's been out all season after losing his right index finger in a fireworks explosion on july 4th. the giants face the buccaneers at 4:05 eastern today. plus, the quarterback battle in the city of indianapolis, peyton manning and the broncos face his former team, the indianapolis colts. andrew luck and the colts struggling all season long. and eagles and cowboys face off for the second time this season, tonight. dallas beat philadelphia 20-10, you'll remember, in week two.
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eagles are trying to take the lead in the nfc east. good luck to all of you. >> thank you. veterans day is coming up this week. there is one video honoring our greatest heroes going viral. >> so easy to forget, so long ago that the old bills of our country went to battle. but we know it was not the politicians with their and ploys who won for us the freedom that our country now enjoys. >> those are, of course, the words to the popular poem a common soldier. it is our next guest whose voice you heard. tony labianco joins us live. this is going viral. millions of people are sharing it. what moved you to voice this in honor of our veterans in this way? >> i care so much for the brave and we're so lacking in
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leadership. and we seem to be dissing our people, our first responders, police force, military, these are people that are saving us and working for us and putting up their lives for us. so this touched me very, very much. i just had to do it. we have done so miraculously on it, we have more shares than we have hits, which is very unusual, we have broken the mold, usually much more likes than you do shares. we had over 550,000 shares and -- >> this is memorial day. that shows you the public is starting to listen, at least online and at least to your voice. on tuesday night, they have a big opportunity to go down to times square and see what? >> not the night, it is 10:00 in the morning. >> 10:00 a.m. >> 10:00 a.m., yes.
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it is a big press conference we're having and we're showing this on clear view channel. times square coalition has given us this screen that will be showing in times square, with sound. >> the day before veterans day. >> the day before veterans day. we're going to march in the veterans day parade. and it is just fantastic because these men have been and women have been giving of themselves for us, and to have such problems in the va is immoral. >> thank you for standing up and speaking and giving voice, literally and figuratively to these veterans we want to honor every day, not just veterans. >> a thank you so much. because they are our heroes and they cannot -- we're going to lose volunteers, folks, volunteers for this. >> thanks, tony. we appreciate it. more "fox & friends" next.
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