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♪ hi,friends, good morning. today is saturday, the 19th of march, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. a passenger plane comes crashing to the ground. everyone on board presumed dead. we are live with the latest. details and also there is surveillance camera footage that captured the moment of impact. >> and then more tension between donald trump and the protesters outside his event. they are clashing in the streets of utah this morning. even more organized disruption set for today. we will bring you the very latest. >> and then there was this shot from way downtown. >> jefferson, half court heave. >> that was unbelievable.
>> march madness. the buzzer beater that everyone will be talking about today. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> good morning, friends. we start with a fox news alert. horror at the airport. surveillance video showing the moment a passenger plane crashes and bursts into a fireball in southern russia. you can see the plane coming down at a steep angle before hitting the ground. >> all 62 people on bored. most of them are russians. none of the victims americans. the fly do you by 767 was trying to land in 60 to 70 mile-per-hour winds. missed try on first try after circling for two hours. tried again came up short of the runway. circling for two hours. the victims started rushing to the airport starting crying: it's not clear what
caused the crash. hurricane level winds like lay factor in that. >> unbelievable. well, back here in the united states this morning. back to the campaign trail where protesters attempt to disrupt a trump rally in utah. watch. [shouting] >> the salt lake city rally would go on as planned and it did indoors while disrupters continued outside. >> well, fox news reporter garrett tenney is live from washington, d.c. with the very latest. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all, police in riot gear becoming a familiar sight at donald trump's rallies and we saw that again last night at salt lake city. thousands of supporters showed up to hear him speak at the event center. several hundred protesters showed up across the street as well. once the arena showed up, the disappointed trump supporters were left outside with the protesters. while the police tried to keep the two sides apart, that only lasted so long. there was plenty of shoving and shouting.
police say a few bottles and rocks were thrown. but there wasn't the kind of violent breakouts that we saw in chicago. at one point, the protesters did try to forcep; their way inside, rushing and taking down a security tent in the process. no arrests were made. inside, trump told the crowd of supporters their freedom of speech needed to be protected. and pushed back on criticisms that he needed to tone down his rhetoric and act more presidential. >> they say well, maybe you will start acting more presidential. i said what's wrong with the way i'm doing it right now in n. all fairness. if you are too presidential you will lose. we don't want to lose. we are people who know how to close the deal. >> closing the deal in utah got a little harder yesterday though when former presidential candidate mitt romney said he was voting for texas senator ted cruz in the state's caucuses on tuesday. trump's real goal is to keep cruz from getting more thanó8p @ 50% of the vote in the
belive state more than that and the winner takes all of the 40 dels in the belive state. >> they are getting real intense. i like protests, of course they have a constitutional right to protest. this isn't a protest if you are triking it stop somebody else from speaking is something different. >> shutting down somebody else's free speech is not the way to go about things. if you don't like someone, what someone is saying, then come back and argue with them and give your point to refute what they are0r saying. don't try to shut somebody's first amendment right down? >> is it working? after the protests in chicago erupted they were shouting we won. we shot trump. we stopped trump. >> we shut him down. >> you are not hearing to your argument a counter argue: trump is saying we need to build a wall and deport illegals in this country. make a counterpart. people disagree, say so.
they are not making that case. they are saying this guy is so immoral he is basically a nazi that we don't need to engage with him at all. we need to stop him. that's taking to a different level. a level that's guarantee to do cause real chaos, i think. mitt romney continuing his attacks on the frontrunner. he came out on that speech a few days before the last round of primaries. this time he is announcing he is supporting ted cruz over donald trump. watch mitt romney on stage yesterday. >> actually, i think we have got ted cruz and donald trump going head to head. let's listen. >> you can't have cruz. number one, cruz has done nothing. he hasn't done anything. he will stand on the senate floor,k] gets along with nobody. he hasn't passed anything. the -- i mean, he talks. he is all talk, no action. he talks and talks. he says it all the time. i'm the only one that can pete donald trump, again, holding the bible. i have beaten him five times
and this is it. and i'm the only one. and then what happens during the debate i said yeah, but i pete you 20 times. he doesn't mention that. >> clearly the voters have decided it is a two-man race, it is between me and donald trump. [cheers and applause] we are the only two candidates with any plausible path to win the nomination and at this point kasich's role is essentially as a spoiler. of a vote for john kasich is a vote for donald trump. >> he is right. he is the only one at lease a plausible path to the nomination. he and trump have over 70% of the votes cast so far. both are concerned about immigration levels and trade deals. this would be ah-9÷ message to people watching maybe people care about those issues. >> care about in arizona where we have seen heated protests and debates. currently legislation in front of the arizona legislature and protests standing out in front ofsdát governor's mansion and
capitol building. ted cruz did you know on the border yesterday walking along the fence, one piece of fence going across the 370-mile area that people are just coming right through in maricopa county. people walking right across. >> former governor perry alongside him, all of these photo op.s are so important. donald trump has sheriff joe arpaio who has endorsed him and they are going to be together later because trump has an event. as far as this being a two-man race, is it too late you? remember lindsey graham, i don't know, it was a couple months ago said either way whether it's trump or cruz you have got to pick your poison, shot, you are dead either way. rush limbaugh saying yesterday why has it taken republicans so long to realize that ted cruz is the only one who can beat donald trump? >> dream, of course, of everyone in washington on both sides democrat and republican is to have an election without voters. it's really upsetting to
them when voters get in the way and wreck their plans for this candidate or that. you see that on the side of hillary clinton bernie up a threat at all. no, we have a role, too. >> hard-hitting interview done with hillary clinton and radio station. take a listen to this and see which question you think is the toughest. >> if you get a laid back night at home what is it for you, pizza or burgers? >> pizza. >> all right, for your birthday do you like a gift card or something more personalized. >> more personalized. >> when you are watching charlotte and you get to be grand that for a while, do you follow the rules of mom and dad or take some of those grandparent liberties. >> liberties but don't tell my daughter. >> sounds good. i want to know what's your favorite romantic comedy. >> oh my gosh, there is some that i lo. i love the princess bride. i have seen it like 25 times or something over the course of my life. >> that's a good one.
>> nothing about benghazi, nothing about the clinton foundation. >> how charmless of those answers, too, pizza. if i were doing the interview i think there are other questions for example her daughter came out two days ago and said my mom will give obamacare to people here illegally. obamacare $5,000 subsidy per person. come#q" break federal youwe will give subsidized healthcare. has anybody asked her about that? no, not one person. >> follow bernie sanders' narrative. move into states lock up bernie sanders delegates. what about your position on trade. seems like you have shifted positions because of bernie sanders. you have moved on social security. you were going to say we need to have a more moderate position. now you are saying hands off social security. >> those are fine questions. >> issues that the voters can take the information away from and use that to help them. >> you may be under selling pizza versus burgers, a lot of people want to know. >> that's true.
disml no onion. >> nine minutes after the hour. other head lines making headlines. europe's most wanted man is in custody, the last remainingv5 terrorist in the paris pass kerr captured after a international manhunt. [gunfire. >> police shot and arrested 26-year-old salah be a slem and abdeslam. he was on the run since november fleeing the paris attack that left 130 people dead. he was supposed to blow himself up but got cold feet. investigators are interrogating him to find other potentialm terrorists. a flight ready to touch down in los angeles nearly collides with a drone 5,000 feet up. the drone flying 200 feet above the aircraft. the pilot was able to land the plane as scheduled and no one was hurt.
the l.a.p.d. is working with the faa to try to locate the drone's pilot. california has reported the most drone near misses in the last two years. tragedy striking the nfl. baltimore ravens corner back tray walker has died. the 23-year-old succumbing to injuries after dirt bike struck suv on thursday. waukesha was driving without his lights on and wearing clark colored clothing. the woman driving the suv was not hurt and is cooperating with police. the shot that broke a thousand brackets. watch. >> justenson half court for the win. he got it. northern iowa wins it at the. [ buzzer ] >> and the crowd goes wild. >> northern iowa university taking care buzzer with half court heave 75-72. that wasn't the only major march madness upset. >> here comesñ middle tennessee wide to the lane
give it up. and a foul. >> middle tennessee shocking the michigan state spartans 90-81 in the first round. second round mitch began state. >> i didn't do one this year. >> i didn't do one. >> did i one. i came pretty close. >> he picked northern iowa university. remarkable. only people who are in are the people who went to those schools.
>> good point. for sure. hey, guys. we have storms coming. >> snow? >> people are talking about snow across the northeast. to everybody in the middle part of the country i apologize that we get all freaked out about the snow in the northeast and it's not going to be much of anything going on for us. i will tell you that. this is what one of the models takes a look like. the two most reliable models that we take a look at show incredibly low snowfall totals now. we will be talking about a bulls eye for this storm a
few people may be getting just a couple of inches of snow. that's going to be max. here is how this kind of plays out now. cooler temperatures in place, certainly cooler, place, certainly cooler, these are average middle today and tomorrow. most of the snow staying offshore and then we have a couple days of chillier weather. one other thing we are watching are big storms going on right now
across texas. in fact, we had 80 mile-per-hour winds caused a lot of damage here across south texas. people waking up to problems there. >> all right, guys. >> thank you, rick. sad news. coming up a tragedy you have heard before. >> jeff shore was a 17-year-old football star who was gunned down just outside his home. his killer, an illegal immigrant gang member who just got out of prison. >> that young man's father is now supporting donald trump. why does he think trump can prevent tragedies like this happening again? >> this morning we are on baby watch for proud parents, mr. president and first lady. a live look where the baby
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>> no, you know, it's hard to -- it's hard to explain, you know, when you see you have loved ones in the cemetery and you are going to visit them in the cemetery and then you hear people complaining about being separated by ah4 border because they crossed it illegal and we just want to enforce our rules. what's wrong with that? >> what is wrong with that? and i wonder, you have noticed that most of the people supporting i will locally immigration in this country aren't touched by it personally? they are not competing for jobs with people coming here illegally. they don't have loved ones murdered by criminals who came here illegally. you have noticed that? >> oh, yeah. i notice that all the time. that's what they depend on, not caring. so they can always say they are against it. that's why i always ask them. what would you do if someone in your family was murdered by illegal alien? what would you expect of someone running for president to do when they found out that americans are being murdered by illegals.
when you ask them that question, that makes them think about their family and their loved ones and their lives. >> you often hear people dismiss this as not a real issue. maybe it's happened once or twice, but it's not a real problem. i think we can put this on the screen. between 2010 and 2014, 124 illegal aliens, criminals, released by ice, were then charged with homicides that after being let out by the obama administration. why isn't this a front page story? >> because they don't care. i hate to say it like that. but they don't care. they depend on people not paying attention, not carrying, and only carrying about the illegals, they say it's a victimless crime. how many is enough? how many people should be ted before someone thinks it's bad. to me one is enough. there should be no americans murdered by foreigners in america. it's unacceptable. >> are you struck by how people who say it's bad are
themselves attacked for being bigoted? that it's somehow immoral to point out it's wrong for people here illegally to murder americans? >> people call me the same thing, you know. just ignore them, you know. because we know we are on the side of right this is good versus evil. there are people who he are evil. they like to kill. they get off on that. we, as americans, have to stop that we can't allow americans to die on our streets just walking down the street, going to the pier, playing in the neighborhood and you end up dead? >> jamil shaw sr. joining usd live this morning. thanks for coming on live. we appreciate it? >> thank you. what do donald trump and fabio have in common? something. we will tell you what it is. don't go away. then he was on the brink of taking a job with the irish mob. but instead he became a new york cop. retired detective luke waters tells us his remarkable story in just a minute. there he is.
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a second bald eagle could hatch at any time at the natural are a burr retum in washington, d.c. yesterday resident eagles almost president and first lady welcomed eaglet. can you follow along on the internet. >> some people were up watching march madness i was up watching the eagle cam. here on the presidential campaign trail in cities like new york, cleveland, baltimore, ferguson deal with the fallout from officer-related shootings. as our law enforcement officers are gunned down on the streets themselves or face investigations for their actions, how are the boys inçk blue supposed to protect us all amid the antipolice rhetoric? >> retired nypd homicide detective and author of "nypd green" joins us now. >> thank you very much. >> tell us about your story and how you had the opportunity to take a wrong path. >> mine is about a
successful immigrant story here in the united states. i came from ireland as can you tell. i grew up in city where drugs controlled the city. heroin in dublin city where i grew up was out of control. unemployment was 25% it was tough economic times. and with all this times where people had been killed throughout the years. car bombs going off in dublin city as young as 8 months old. as years as 8 years of age being killed. and with all this, we were force to do imgreat from ireland to the united states because there was nothing there for us. so my dream was to be a police officer throughout my whole life, to follow the family tradition. speculation of that in ireland. i was left with no option to immigrate to the united states. that's why i'm here today. >> and becoming a police officer in the united states, you have obviously seen things change now
politically charged cloiment there is a lot of discussion over the broken windows policy, stop and frisk and obviously officers getting shouted out on the street. where do you come down on policies like that, stop and frisk and getting guns off the street? >> look, i was a police officer for 20 years here in the nypd. stop, question, and frisk is a fantastic policy. it's a great tool for the police. just myself alone, in my book there is actually a couple of cases where i personally stopped people with big bulges on the waistband. some cocaine maybe. maybe that saves one life. >> why do you think it gets such a bad rap you say question. >> i don't know why it gets a bad rap. something that should be in place. the elected officials in the city should listen to the
experts. an expert on fighting crime. the elected officials here should listen to the experts on fighting crime. >> there has been a lot of discussion about the militarization of our police force. we ave heard that from the democratic side as well as some libertarians saying that police officers don't humvees. they don't need all of these big tools that is starting to become scary police state. where do you come down on argument? >> it is scary. when i forced command a job we were going around with revolvers on times square. huge big cops with huge big guns. september 11th has changed the world. this is the way it's going to be for the future and we have no choice. we have to live like this. we just had the big incident in paris. i can assure the people in america, if something like that happened in times square it wouldn't get to that extent the way it did get in paris. here, we are ready. we are prepared. and we have the best law enforcement in the world
here, especially in new york city. >> all right, the peculiar is called "nypd green" a memoir of leukemia waters. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> still recovering from saint patrick's day. >> you have no idea. >> hulk hogan's memory where he posted sex tape where gawker goes from here. >> mitt romney showing his support for ted cruz in the / anything to trump'sald momentum. our panel is here to weigh in. there they are. wave, everybody. ♪ waiting on the world to change ♪ waiting ♪ we keep on waiting
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>> a vehement supporter. >> a surrogate. >> throwing his support behind ted cruz will that move the needle. >> in utah it may move the needle for ted cruz. he is very popular in utah. mormon. he le3( the salt lake city olympics. it may help him in utah. it won't do anything national lear at all. nationally, if anything it helps donald trump. again, it shows that the establishment, what whatever that establishment is ignoring voters. like arizona where trump is loading by 16 points, 12 points. california 16 points. new york 52 points for trump. it's only going to help donald trump. >> does it help donald trump? his game plan though it seems he wants to have ted cruz steal some delegates away in some of these that are not winner-take-all take caucuses and primaries. grab some of these delegates up headed for contested convention. >> what mitt romney is trying to do game the system. what he laid out when he gave that speech laying out the indictment of donald trump. he was laying out a strategy to try to deny votes from
donald trump in the hopes this goes to a contested convention. that's what he wants. that's why you saw him campaign with john kasich in ohio. he was best position to do defeat donald trump in ohio. he sees the same thing in utah that ted cruz is best positioned to deny votes from donald trump in utah. that's what he is trying to do here. there is criticism that the anti-trump efforts need to unite behind one candidate to try to deny donald trump the u majority vote outright. >> we were talking about this earlier on the show it's as if the g.o.p. establishment is saying i know, there are these pesky little people out there called voters. >> right. >> that have a say in all of this. we want to kind of alter the system a little bit. let's take this behind the )jjip &c @&c@ >> it won't work if donald trump gets the necessary delegates. the 1237 delegates. if he reaches that threshold, i think it will be virtually impossible for republicans to then say no, you don't deserve the nomination, we're going to have a condition tested convention. i do think, however, if he doesn't get the requisite
delegates that they do have grounds for perhaps contesting it at the convention. if he doesn't get the necessary delegates on the first ballot. but it locks like he is better positioned now than has been before to actually get the majority of delegates. so, i wouldn't have said that a few weeks ago. after the contest last week, and we have more to go on tuesday, i think he is on his way. >> what about the fact that mitt romney is not endorsing him? >> well, come on is that a little wimpy. >> it's a thinly veiled showing that while i like new utah but when the convention comes out and people like me enough maybe me mitt romney will be the game. it's a sad game they are doing. >> picking two people to go to the prom. >> don't do that. >> lindsey graham talking that? cruz was so pathetic well i váhing but i kind of support him. lindsey graham. >> underscores the really
difficult position that republicans are in right now. either way you game this out, whatever way you game it out the options don't look good. >> we as a party look great such enthusiasm behind donald trump. >> what does it mean to be a republican anymore? mitt romney's quote is today there is a contest between trumpism and republicanism. whats to it even mean to be a republican today? >> and i think that's the big question here. just to put this race in progressive, you have someone like senator lindsey graham who literally said the choice between trump and ted cruz is being shot or poisoned. he has come out to support ted cruz. that gives a glimpse into the dynamics of this election cycle. what does the republican party represent? in some respects this race right now sort of a fight for the heart and soul of the republican party bowers you have got the candidates so split and the different fields or lanes of republicanism where they are. you have got someone like john kasich very much represents that traditional establishment lane. you have got someone like
ted cruz who is your condition constitutional conservative. limited government. and then you have someone lick donald trump who really represents this populist wing of the republican party. it's going to be very interesting to see this play out and what that means to the republican party. >> money before we wrap this up, $63 million has been spent on anti-trump ads. 20 million spent in florida that didn't help senator rubio at all. is the money going to help here in the end? >> it hasn't before. i don't think it's going to help in the republican primary where i do think it might make a difference is when we get to the general election. and we have already seen democrats start to pivot to that general election. >> i agree it won't help in the primary but i think it will not help in the general either. this is getting anything negative about trump out there like it did for obama versus hillary in 2008. when it comes to november these hits are going to be old news. it's only going to be good for trump. positive from here on out. >> any time he is on television it will go up. >> right. >> great discussion this morning. anna over to headline.
>> clayton and panel nice job over there. other stories making headlines on this fox news alert on a deadly plane crash. surveillance video showing the moment a passenger plane crashes and bursts into a fireball in southeastern russia. all 62 people on board were killed, most of them are russians. none of thebn victims are americans. the fly dubai jet was trying to land in 60 to 70 mile-per-hour winds. aviation experts say that was likely a factor in the crash. one of the flight recorders has been recovered. horrifying mistake in one middle school when a teachner new york city showed a isis beheading video to her students. telling their parents and police they were terrified, crying and can't sleep now. the teacher says she was looking for a different video and played the clip boy accident. one student clims she said this is what is going on in the real world. she could have been fired but was only fined $300. she is, however, four working as a substitute
teacher and lost her full-time job there. and hockey mania runs mild on hawker. a jury awarded hulk hogan $115 million and his invasion of privacy lawsuit. that's more than 100 million he was asking for. he could be awarded even more at another hearing on monday. here is what happened to former wrestling star sued after the site posted a sex tape of him in 2012. gawker will appeal. the loss could put them out of business.g and the united states sexiest new citizen still hasn't decided which presidential candidate to support. but fabio does know that he agrees with donald trump's immigration stance. >> hello, gorgeous. i'm glad you could make it. [bell] >> i can't believe it's not butter. >> the italian born model telling the "new york post" if you want to come to this country, the american people are the greatest people on earth and we will welcome you with open arms but you
have to go through the system. laws are made to be respected. and those are your headlines. >> i wonder if he uses pan pantene. >> but he likes plastic fake butter products. >> did you see he his last name on that. >> no. >> what is his last name. >> kind of like cher. >> don't rupp it for me. >> fabio. >> i think i would be more confused like i heard the last name. >> heard fabio. >> must not be fabio. all right, guys, so everybodies has gotten excited about a snow storm across the northeast. i don't think it's going toau happen. take a look at the maps. i will show you what's going on. first of all search excited because spring starts tomorrow morning at least here on the east coast tonight and all of the time zones farther off toward the west. temperature forecast for feel like it in phoenix where it's really been baking this time of year. the rest of the country that
has been really spring-like is going to be chillier. here is the story. the lock on this is west virginia, central appalachians are going to see some aconsume late snow. maybe in d.c. around an inch or so. all of the latest model guidance has been pulling the storm farther and farther to the east. less impact. we will see snow flurries around but not much in the way of accumulation. most of our super reliable models showing just a little bit of snow across far eastern areas. if you think that's crazy, well, here you go. march 20th, that's tomorrow. that is our average last snow in new york city. right on target. guys? >> all right. so rick calling it we will see if he is right tomorrow. >> there you go. >> thanks, rick. >> i hope not. >> coming up pizza delivered in 30 minutes or less by a robot. >> look at this. >> it's not science fiction, it's reality. real question, so do you have to tip the robot? after all he drove. >> like trick or treat. >> of course you do. >> and it's a biblical tale
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tyler perry and throughout the streets of new orleans. never been done before. i caught up with the cast to find out more. check it out. ♪ ♪ >> so every time i mention says oh, the movie or whatever. no, it's not the movie. how would you describe this undertaking? >> extremely modern and there is no beards or robes or long hair or flip flops. >> and playing the role of jesus and telling this learned something different or seen something differently in a way you haven't before? >> now, this time around when we were doing the story and we were singing songs like love -- mountains mountainm celine. demons from the magic dragons, that's what stands out to me. that's the beauty of this project. i think that the person's home can really feel live energy like man this is happening right now. that gives the energy and the drive to really work hard on this project.
>> it's mind-blowing. and there are some powerful, powerful moments and scenes that i don't think we have ever seen jesus in this way or as human as this portrayal or just as vulnerable as we see on some of these moments. i think that's going to help us identify with8w a little more ♪ i will love you ♪ unconditionally ♪ >> shaping up to be incredible night on fox this sunday night 8:00 p.m. eastern. guys, just down lied sound track off of itunes. it's incredible. people will be surprised on how relevant these songs are to the actual story. >> how relevant the story is, too. although it happened so long ago, it's still relevant today, isn't it? >> absolutely. >> easter sunday. >> palm sunday. >> this sunday. >> you are getting ahead of yourself. >> thank you, michael. >> the whole big production is being hosted and produced by tyler perry, of course.
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that hundreds of schools and day cares failed tests across 42 states over the past four years. hook at this map. someone who has followed lead contamination for years president andña ceo of the grown and healthy homes initiative ruth ann norton and ruth joins us now. thanks for being on the program. >> good morning, how are you? >> this is such a basic need for us. clean and safe water. how we >> well, you know, we, in the united states, did not ban the use of lead-based paint or the use of lead in solder. decades behind the world. we didn't ban it until 1986. we have millions of home who are at risk here. >> and tell us, is there a federal standard as far as lead levels and paint and water and all of that, a federal standard and did the results need to be public? are they public? how does it work? >> i think they need to be
more public. i think we saw it in the flint, michigan situation where lead levels were collected and not given to the public. there is a real move afoot that says the 15 parts per billion which is the e.p.a. standard of lead in water is not necessarily safe enough. and there should be household action level, so that people know more often what is the lead in water in their municipality, in their school, in their child care. and we need better disclosure for sure. because lead is a very dangerous neurotoxin for which there is7b no -- it has irreversible effects on children. >> you don't want them to be developmentally delayed, being irreversible. not a good thing. the e.p.a. estimates that 90,000 public schools and 500,000 child care centers are not regulated under safe drinking water under that act.
are they reliable enough source to be able to do their own testing? >> there is standard testing available and it's rather inexpensive. >> child care centers and day care centers, schools, any public source of water, especially that which is being given to young children should absolutely have full disclosure on lead levels. again, we have 5 5,000 children that we know of every year being poisoned. but the you title trade association estimates that 96 million americans are drinking lead-tainted water every day. we need to really take hold of this because this is dumbing down our children. it's causing long-term health effects. and can disrupt pregnancies and cause health effects for adults. >> yeah, we worry about literacy and education. >> absolutely. >> we need to give them a legé up. not down. thank you suspect. ruth ann norton, i apologize. we are coming up against a hard break but we appreciate you joining us today. >> okay, thank you.
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and no chance of getting an athletic scholarship. and that is why you invest. the best returns aren't just measured in dollars. hi, everyone. good morning. it's saturday the 19th of march, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. a passenger plane crashes and explodes killing everyone on board. we have the new developments overnight and surveillance video showing the moment of impact. >> and then donald trump campaigns in utah and, yet, more organized protesters show up to disrupt him as he speaks. with trump is saying about it this morning. stay tuned. >> handna, it's the one question bernie sanders really doesn't want to answer. >> would you have -- president. >> thank you very much. >> what made bernie bolt mid question? >> "fox & friends" hour two
arts right now. ♪ >> welcome in to "fox & friends" on this saturday morning. we start with a fox news alert. horror at the airport. surveillance video shows the moment a passenger plane crashed and burst into flames while trying to land in southern russia. can you see the plane coming down at a steep angle before hitting the ground. >> all 62 people on board that aircraft were killed. most of them were russians. none were americans. this is brand new video of the crash site just in to fox news. the wreckage is scattered across the ground in heavy snow. one of the flight recorders has been recovered this morning. the flight lots tried to land 60 to 70 mile-per-hour hurricane level winds. the plenty missed its approach on the first try and circled for two hours after that it
rushed to the airport and started crying and mourning inside. it's not clear what caused the crash. aviation experts say the high winds were likely a factor. approaching hurricane force and just crashing 800 feet before where they were supposed to land into a fiery mess and killing everybody on board. such a tragedy. well we will bring news to you from the united states. on to the campaign trail where protesters are attempting to disrupt a trump rally in utah. watch. [shouting] [bleep] >> salt lake city rally would go on as planned. while disrupters continued outside. garrett tenney in washington with the very latest on this. what's going on. >> these protests started long before donald trump even showed up in salt lake city. several hundred protesters rallied outside the infinity event center yesterday afternoon in anticipation of this event. you can see what's supposed
to be a donald trump piñata there getting hit. th-4e protesters eventually were moved across the street as several hundred trump supporters lined up to get inside the event there was only room for 1500 though. the rest were left up outside, unhappy and across the street from those protesters. that separation did not last long. there was pushing and shoving, yelling in each other's faces. police officers were in full riot gear trying to keep the two sides apart. [chanting shut it down] >> and can you see there how at one point where a group of protesters tried storming their way inside the event and knocked over a security check point in the process. police say a few bottles and rocks were thrown but there wasn't any real violence like we saw in chicago last week there were no arrests made. inside, donald trump brushed off the protesters saying most of them were simply
agitators who were trying to take away his freedom of speech. >> we have to be allowed our freedom of speech, folks. we have to be allowed freedom of speech. [cheers and applause] we are not causing any problems but it's really unfair. speech. you talk about the first amendment. very, very unfair when they can stifle us, very unfair. remember that. >> trump also dismissed the criticism that he needs to act more presidential and said he doesn't see anything wrong with how is he acting now. clayton, tucker, an. >> that thanks, garrett. >> this is moving in the wrong direction. >> outside you have protesters come in from other cities. >> getting more organized. >> they come in from out of state to be a part of this. professional protesters who show up. can you see in the video that was a security tent that was torn down. police officers standing there. they had to forcibly push back the protesters as they try to break in to the arena. >> this all makes sense. because the opposition to trump is not based on the opposition just to his
policies. tis proposed policies. i disagree with him on the wall or whatever. the opposition is based on the idea that he is himself immoral. it's a threat to america that he is even running. so no conversation is even necessary. these people don't feel the need to rebutt his point. to counter argue what is he arguing. they think it's enough to shout him down. boy, that's when you get in to extremism, when you decide that someone is not even worth talking to. he must be silenced. >> you remember last weekend when it happened in chicagoe and they did shut him down and the rally wasn't able to go on. did you see the wall-to-wall coverage he got that night and then pretty much for the rest of the weekend? they were saying we won because they shut him down. but did they really win? because his voice was being heard even more than it would have been just in chicago. >> everybody lost. if you are running for president, you are allow to do say what you think. that's just the bottom lion. it's america. and anyone who gets in the way of that is on the wrong side. i'm sorry. i mean, trump has said
intemperred things. i'm not defending what he has said. he has said reckless things. forcing him to cancel a rally is way over the top. >> this is a call from black lives matter and moveon.org. who is being tolerant here when you are calling for supporters to go out and shut down the event. you hear them changing at the front door shut it down, shut it down, shut it down. >> they are fascists same people in ñ charge on college campuses who attack people and punish people for saying what they think and giving their. they are totally against free speech. let's stop pretending. they have don't want a dialogue and debate. they want you to be quiet and obey. >> meanwhile, protests continuing ted. we saw protests yesterday in arizona at the capitol building there because there a couple of illegal immigration measures before the state legislature. and protesters coming out in support of donald trump plan to take to the streets today. >> that's right. well, we had jamil shaw on the program earlier. his son was killedxu by illegal immigrant. is he actually a supporter of donald trump. listen to what he has to say.
>> it's coming. we have full faith that that sound bite is going to roll at any second. here jamil shaw. >> when you see you have loved ones in the cemetery and you are go to visit them in the sem ter and then you hear people complaining about people being separated by a border because they crossed illegal and we want to enforce our rules? what's wrong with that? what would you expect of someone running for president to do when they found out that americans are being murdered by illegals. they don't care. they depend on people not paying attention, not caring, and only caring about the illegals. they always say it's a victimless crime. it's only one, it's only two. how many is enough? how many people should be dead before someone thinks it's bad? to me, one is enough. >> trump wants to build a wall and deport these illegal immigrants. meanwhile on the other side, you have hillary clinton who
wants to do -- slowndz like the opposite. her daughter chelsea was on lake city she thinks it's so foreignen give free medical care tore. about this. hillary clinton who is going to be the democratic nominee. we need to give subsidized healthcare to people to sneak in this country illegally a thousand dollars a person we get to pay for. nobody even asks her about it it's not a question. you can't have immigration like, this illegal and mass immigration in a welfare state. it draws people for the wrong reason. i'm sorry, that's just true. >> tucker, you might have missed the intru on mix 106 in boise, idaho, where the host. >> game show apparently. >> they had a chance to dive in and ask some of those hard-hitting questions. i think we may have got tonight bottom of it.
listen. >> if you get a laid back night at home, what is it for you, pizza or burgers? >> pizza. >> for your birthday do you like a gift card or something more personalized. >> more personalized. >> when you are watching charlotte and you get to be grandma for a while, do you follow the rules of mom and dad or do you like to take some of thoseóu grandparent liberties that everybody gets. >> liberties but don't tell my daughter. >> well played. woe like that. >> it sounds good. >> what's your favorite romantic comedy. >> oh my gosh. there is so many that i love. i love the princess bride. i have seen it like 25 times or something over the course of my life. >> that's a good one. >> what's so funny is you hear the media give a free pass. there has been no one has received mores who tilts than donald trump. i feel dirty listening to that actually going to go take a shower in the commercial break. pizza or burgers. hang it up. go sell insurance. get out of journalism if you are asking questions like that. >> i don't know if mix 106
is the journalistic. >> nothing about benghazi or clinton foundation, nothing about her positions on anything. >> pretty much every week we ask the hillary campaign please have the candidate on or one of your surrogates. we are doing mix 106. >> maybe if we asked if she liked cupcakes or brownies. >> that's an obvious follow-up after pizza and burgers cupcakes or brownies? >> we are following stories. europe's most wanted man is in custody. 26-year-old salah abdeslam is one of the suspected terrorists in the paris massacre. captured after four month international manhunt. >> police shot and arrested abdeslam. more could be arrested soon. he was on the run since
november fleeing the paris attack that left 130 people dead. officials believe he was supposed to no himself up but he got cold feed. now investigators are interrogating him to find other potential terrorists. and some back room dealings in the benghazi investigation. top obama administration advisor susan rice and ben rhodes testified before the house benghazi committee this year. wasn't always a sure thing. we are now learning they only agree to do talk to the congressional panel after a secret meeting between chairman trey gowdy and white house officials. rose and royceúñ are considered essential witnesses in the 2012 terror attack that left four americans dead. and that also includes ambassador chris stevens, of course. and the shot that broke a thousand brackets. >> justinson, half court for the win. got it. he nails it northern iowa wins it at the buzzer. >> northern iowa university
taking care of business at the buzzer with a half court heave 75-72 that wasn't the only major marv madness upset. >> here come middle tennessee wide to the lane, give it up. and a foul! middle tennessee, first of all,. >> defeating michigan state spartans in the first round. second ranked michigan state never led in that game. those are yourik headlines. >> thank you, anna. protests coming up in utah last night were just the beginning of a long-season of protests. we're expecting them to follow donald trump wherever he goes. sheriff david clarke has seen the protesters up close. says they are not at all what they seem. he explains next. >> the video terrifying but not for this dare devil skier. the death defying stunt 14,000 feet in the air. >> is this real? oh my gosh. ♪ come on and take a free
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later today protesters in favor of i will locally immigration plan to hold rallies in new york city. he has seen who these protesters really are and they are not who you might expect. joining us now from nashville is milwaukee county wisconsin sheriff david clarke. sheriff, it's great to see you this morning. the hatp is fantastic. i can't deny it. i love it. so, tell us who these protesters are. we are getting one version from the daily press. you say you have seen them and you have a different view. >> well, first of all the daily press has misidentified them from the beginning and they do so
intentionally. the liberal mainstream media is nothing more than a propaganda wing for the democrat party. i identify these individuals for who they really are well over a year ago. i call them anarchist. a conglomeration of misfits. you have rowdy juveniles, criminals, have you cop haters. you have university students. have you organized labor and there is a spattering of well-intentioned people who are being used in this and put out front to put on a good face. this is a dangerous movement. it is a totalitarian movement. we should not soft shoe this. they only understand one thing, tucker. it's force. i'm talking about reasonable force by law enforcement. but i'm also talking about law-abiding citizen standing up for their constitutional right and not have their constitutional rights trampled on at these rallies. i'm not encouraging them to start the fight but i'm one of those that comes from the school if a fight is inevitable hit first and hit hard. >> confused by their position because nobody in
the press ever asked them what they are for. is the idea that it's immoral for a country that has borders and anyone who wants to move to a country has the right to do that get all the benefits of citizenship without being a citizen? is that what they are arguing. >> it sounds like that to me. every sovereign nation has a duty and obligation and vested interest to protect its borders. it has to protect its borders for a number of reasons. one of them is homeland security issues. another one is to spread the and appreciate the spread of infectious diseases like the ebola virus. remember that one? and now the zika virus. any pregnant woman in the united states has to be very afraid that this united states government is not doing everything it can to prevent the spread of the zika virus. and the other reason that the united states has a duty and obligation is pause we want to make sure we don't have a heavy influence of narrow ner do'c wells. people in the united states illegally are not here
seeking political asylum. >> it also raises the question if you don't have borders, are you a country? >> no you're not. that's why i said every sovereign nation. every country in the united states protects its borders. as a matter of fact, we have some the most lax immigration laws in the world it is high time and i think it's going to be a big issue in this campaign and i several weeks ago that the border is secure. look, nobody believes the border is secure. she knows the border isn't secure unless she thinks we are stupid. >> it would be interesting to see if a protest like this broke out in s mexico city where people demanded the mexican government let everyone from el salvador and guatemala and nicaragua come in who want to do come in. you don't see protests like this in other countries, i notice. >> no. and this isn't protests. this is rebellion. they specify in fear and intimidation and chaos. they do it in the name of virtue. the only thing they understand, like i said, is
force. i'm talking reasonable force here. like you said, this mexico, if this were to happen and outsiders were coming in, this thing would have been crushed a long time ago. >> i think you are probably right there. sheriff, it's great to see you this morning. thanks a lot for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> coming up the cdc is urging doctors to stop prescribing painkillers in some patients in order to cush addiction. is that the right move and are their pain killing alternatives that don't cause addiction? dr. mark siegel gives us his diagnosis coming up. subway, the sandwich shop their sandwiches. can the same thing happen at starbucks report from the blends joint next. ♪ you're as cold as ice ♪ you're willing to sacrifice our love ♪
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welcome back, time for news by the numbers. first up 18%, that's the increase that president obama wants the government to spend on former presidents. that adds up to nearly $4 million. it would go into effect when he retires next year. next up, your number is 3/4ths, that's high up the say blends giant sister bucks is filling your blends. suing the company for erving a drink 25% smaller than advertised. that was my complaint about the pumpkin spice latte. >> i don't want milk anyway. >> i like all the cream but come on give me more blends. 10 feet long, that's how long this alligator outside a florida school is. holy smokes. play that at recess. students lofing for the day. trapper wrong imeld it successfully. anna? >> this is very dangerous. don't try this at home. federal health officials are
scrambling to stop the skyrocketing abuse of prescription pain killers, nearly 40 americans die every single day from overdosing on prescription pain killers according to the cdc. opioid prescriptions were written in 2014 alone. that's a record high. new cdc guidelines help curve this epidemic. dr. marc siegel and the fox news medical a team. great to see you. >> great to see you, anna. >> how big of an issue this is pause the cdc is issuing a statement. something they don't norm delay for prescriptions. >> almost never. they never everñw offer prescription medication advice. that's because they are seeing this as an epidemic. that's the issue. >> what are the new guidelines painkillers as far as chronic pain goes. start it over-the-counter and short-term pain. it seems like a no-brainer, except people don't differentiate between chronic pain and accuse pain. if you have surgery and you
have your back operated on you, you might need a few days of narcotics. you know, vicodin or percocet, or even a morphine drip. but then what happens when you go home you? start using a term like chronic pain? i don't like the term chronic pain. because i want to get what the cause is. are you overweight? you know, do you need physical therapy? would that help you instead of taking narcotic. >> a lot of people have knee problems, for example, if you would just lose 30 pounds, it might help the knee problem, right? >> absolutely. and, you know, then there is the issue of taking, as you said, over the counter pain killers. have you tried those? and the cdc is saying here after three days of using these medications you should think about stopping. that's very wise. do you know why? doctors like me are causing this epidemic. we are not talking about pain specialists3 although pain specialists overprescribe opiates, too. we are talking about a primary care doctor. looking to his office looking for blood pressure. by the way can i have my
vicodin refilled and leads to the heroin epidemic we are talking about. we have the drug trade coming in through the southern borders. guess who juicing them? people who start on prescription pain ms. also, people that are taking these drugs are not even necessarily the people who are prescribed them. i don't want to scare people out there but your vicodin prescription that's in your medicine cabinet may be used by someone else. >> lock it up or in you are not using it anymore. flush it down the toilet. will these new ghins from the cdc bottom lion will it help. >> it will help if it reaches the doctors causing the problem. primary care doctors are the target. surgeons here is another 50 of these to to home with. we don't need to overmedicaid the problem. weave need up and imersing. if doctor listen to these issues it will help. i want the primary care doctors out there to listen, internists, family doctors, you are not the one who should be prescribing these things a year after somebody fellf it's got to be a specialist.
injection. you can have the site injected? is it your shoulder? maybe you need a cortisone shot. >> instead of this epidemic of being addict to do pain killers. >> because the more you take the more you need. >> great to he sue. appreciate your time. 28 minutes after the hour. here is what is coming up on "fox & friends weekend." it's the one question bearntedz really really doesn't want to answer. >> would you accept a spot of vice president. >> thank you very much. >> this interview is over. look, what made bernie bolt mid question? and the video was terrifying but not for this dare devil skier. the death defying spot 14,000 feet in the air. that's next. no thank you. ♪ so if i'm gone in a go at all ♪ go big or go home ♪ go, go ♪ go big or go home ♪ go, go ♪ go big or go home
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forth. prisoners living out in tent city. he has over the years had his inmates dresstup in pink thongs. >> thongs? >> during an interview that bernie sanders did in which the question of his wife going to that tent city arose. see how bernie sanders responds to that watch this. >> what joe arpaio is doing is an outrage. my wife went to look at the so-called tent city. which is something that should not exist. the fact that he crashed her meeting is, to me, very, very wrong, not something that he should have done. thank you very much. >> would you have accept a spot as vice president? >> thank you very much. >> wow went to visit this tent city wasn't expecting that suddenniblely sheriff joe arpaio would show up. hey, i'm right here behind you. here is james+oiu(táhpá the tent city. >> all doing their turn.
>> they are all convicted. >> i had not heard that. i had heard the opposite. i thought it changed. >> no. no. that's why i like talking to you. at least i can get my side. >> so these guys aren't good guys that were slapped on the wrist for stealing candy. they were just charged or something and weren't even convicted. >> they are all convicted, all doing their time. >> meaningful distinction. what's interesting is you go to bernie sanders rally. you should go, theysuper intere. the first thing he says is i care about wages. i care about working people who are out there, you know, trying to scrape why in this tough economy. i agree with that you can't argue that you care about wages and we should have unlimited mass immigration which undercuts wages. no one ever asks bernie that obvious question. chavez. labor leaders. very skeptical of mass immigration. undercut the wages of their members. why doesn't bernie ever try to square that circle? what's the answer? how you can be for higher wages and mass immigration we should ask him.
>> we're going to ask him. easy for people like the sheriff to pick on people who have no power. the little guy, he says. >> little guy is working for wages that haven't moved in 30 years in part because of immigration. what's the answer, bernie sanders? >> we're asking joe arpaio, sheriff arpaio of maricopa county about his exchange with bernie sanders coming up at 8:506789 hope you will stay tuned for that. >> on to other stories making headlines. we will start with this fox news;! alert. deadly plane crash caught on surveillance camera in russia. passenger plane busting into flames after crashing on the ground. most of them are russian. none of those victims are americans. the wreckage scattered all over the ground. one of the flight recorders recovered. the jet was trying to fly in severe winds. aviation experts say that was like lay factor in the crash. a virginia man pleading guilty for trying to join isis. 28-year-old joseph if farok
trying to join isis in syria. he was trying to get to the battlefield die as martyr. he was busted and now facing 20 years in prison. talk about unpatriotic. a board says it will not recite the pledge of allegiance at its meetings. one member introduced a motion to say the pledge after talking with veterans and community members but another called it a, quote: total waste of time. and the motion was rejected 4 to 3. and check this out. it's death defying video you have got to watch. i can't believe this. it's nuts.t5 skier with nerves of steel navigating -- unknown dare devil carefully maneuver. skiing at vertical levels. get perspective. the mountain stands at nearly 14700 feet tall. one of the highest sum mits. >> wait, and you can see his
footprints going up, it locks like he has foot prince going up the mountain. how difficult isuy it. imagine having to climb the matter jaw before skiing counsel it. >> i cannot believe it. >> boy himself. incident find a buddy want to go do something. that's crazy. >> he if he is married and his wife sees that video later -- >> -- he is not married. this guy is not thinking long-term but he is still pretty brave. >> rick rick mouth -- reichmuth is standing by. >> you heard me say if you bring a sign you get on tv. >> yeah. >> you have made one of the best signs i have ever seen. zoom on this here. "fox &"fox & friends," things my dad makes me watch. thanks, dad, cocking shows. "fox & friends" i'm starting to love this one. and you drew foxes and friends.
>> i love watching the show every weekend with my parents and by family. >> i swe1z@q= you i did not put him up to that clearly you guys did though. nicely done. this is awesome. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> all right. so we're going to bring a little bit of snow for you to start spring. take a look at the weather maps. want to show you what's going on here. spring starts tomorrow. that means we are going to be seeing nicer and nicer weather. across the northeast we didn't have much of a winter. we are going to get a tiny little bit of it over the next day or so. when i say tiniy, i mean it's looking tiniy. we thought we might get more. all of the models turning farther offshore. flakes flying in west virginia maybe seeing a little bit and coastal areas of maine and cape cod and the islands. today a cooler day. the colder air is starting to filter in. see that snow across the central appalachians. down to the southeast we will see scattered showers. nothing that's going to be too zero and finally drying out in texas after an incredibly rainy night and rainy couple of days again. and drying out in louisiana,
which is great news for the flooding that's still going on from last weekend's rain. up towards the northern plains, a little bit of snow. but overall not that bad. and finally out across the west, take a look at this, we will see a little bit more rain moving in eventually across northern california but overall looking pretty god. hey, gabe. thank you. this is awesome. >> thank you. >>ág guys? >> things my dad makes me watch. >> i like your dad, gable. i'm on his side. >> all right. here %s what is coming up on the program at 39 minutes after the hour. what do you do when you are late for school because you were rocking out to bruce springsteen all night? how about getting a tardy note from the boss himself. >> some republicans opposed to donald trump claim he is not a true conservative. stacy dash disagrees. she claims he is she is here to explain live next. ♪ be ♪ tell me something good ♪ tell me that you love me,
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show in vegas. it said dear ms. jackson he was out late rocking and rolling. please excuse him if is he tarredy. no word on if he -- if she did excuse him. >> having to reassess their efforts to stop him. >> our next guest says there is something the never trump$z conservatives aren't seeing in trump that makes him the one to really rally behind. joining us now with her take is fox news contributor stacy dash. good morning, thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> what are the things about donald trump that you like, the conservatives are not seeing? >> well, i think what they are not seeing it's not what they're not seeing. it's what they are seeing. what they are seeing is that he knows both sides of the game. and he is absolutely antiestablishment. you know, he is for the people.gqny and they are saying he is not conservative. which is not true. strong military, lower
taxes, fair trade immigration. these are all things that are conservative. i don't understand why they are not behind him other than the reason that he will not be their puppet. >> mitt romney yesterday on the campaign trail says he is not endorsing ted cruz but he was campaigning with him in utah in an effort to try to steal some delegates away from donald trump. he says donald trump is vulgar. he is a bigot. and he doesn't represent the heart of the republican party. >> i think he does represent the heart of the republican party. and that's what scares them. you know, but he will not bej a puppet it surprises me mitt romney doing that because i went to an event for mitt romney when he was running for president. and trump supported him 100 percent. and so for him to do this is like a stab in the back. >> some are saying, perhaps, mitt romney would like to be the nominee himself. >> maybe. >> this is a contested convention he will be drafted or he believes he might be. >> not a chance. >> what do you think republican voters would do if the man with the most delegates doesn't end up becoming the nominee?
>> i think they will be very angry and they might, you know, who knows. you know, people are very angry right now. if we don't listen to the people, you know, the republican party is a party. a party is made up of people. that means we must listen to the people. and if we don't, they are going to be angry. and there might be, you know, repercussions from it. >> let's fast forward to november and say donald trump is the nominee. >> yes. >> what does he need to do to get women support and minority support. >> i think he has to have an outreach program which i have a very strategic one. i have national security advisors that use comprehensive strategy around the world that would work domestically. and i have gotten in touch with very prominent minority leaders likevo mr. king, and he said he would be on bored. >> herman cain? >> yes, herman cain. >> so herman cain would support donald trump. >> yes. this minority outreach for whatever candidate is, you
know. because that's what's most important to win. for us to win, the republican party. >> on the strategic front for women. minority question herman cain, is he has really high unfavorable numbers right now. he and hillary clinton are the two potential candidates have the highest unfavorable candidates among women and minorities in like forever. so what do you do to capture the women vote? >> i have no idea. i don't understand why women would be against him. i mean, he wants to improve the economy. he wants to, you know, lower taxes. he wants to have a strong military. he wants to do all the things that conservative want. so i don't understand why women would be against him. i can see minorities. i can see him needing to reach out to minorities more. but he did put dr. ben carson in charge of his education program which is a huge deal. >> you haven't seen a lot of trump opponents argue against immigrationm% in detail. bigot and.
mitt romney has said it do you think that's true? >> no. it baffles me how people who are here illegally have now become the victim. they are not following the law, but they are the victims. >> seems like everybody who is a trump supporter likes that is he tough talk, right? >> >> he tough talking trump even his wife millan i can't in an would you have with greta van susteren says sometimes he needs to tone down the rhetoric. i don't like the language. do you think that hurts him with women. >> i don't think it hurts him. not with all women. for me, i like the strong talk. i like that he says what he means and means what he says. he is from new york. you know, is he a new yorker. it's not -- it's just the way we are. it's more like street. he is street. and no matter what socioeconomic position you have in the city, you have that culture in you if you come from new york. it's just part of how. >> i like the way you pronounce new york. new yorker. [ laughter ] >> stacy, great to see you this morning.
>> thank you. >> all right, stacy dash, ladies ladies and gentlemen. hulkaa hogan's. can gawker continue it exist or is this the end for that creepy little website? >> and doctors say if he had waited any longer to get help, he would have died but he was saved by his apple wdp5jip &c @&c@ this isn't the first time this has happened. i think it was like the fourth time. kurt the cyber guy explains a life-saving technology coming up next. kurt was just saved by the watch a few minutes ago. ♪ time is on my side ♪ yes, it is ♪ time is on my side ♪ yes, it is.
welcome back. well, at least four people have come forward now says that the apple watch saved their life. it's hard to imagine something so small could have such great power. kurt the cyber gay is here with some answers on what exactly happened. kurt, nice to see you this morning. >> pretty amazing. nice to so he you, clayton. we have been talking about this. there is a history now. four people so far have claimed that apple watch has saved their lives. clayton and i were just talking most recent has just dom light although it happened a few weeks ago. talking about a 62-year-old man out working on his fence post. he feels like flu lick symptoms. is he out there with his buddy. keep pounding away. come back still feels terrible. he hooks at his apple watch and on there and if we can push into this i will try to keep it really still. on there he sees this heart rate is 220 beats her minute. which, as you know, are pretty extraordinary. right now it's measuring mine, if i haven't moved my arm in a way where it can't get to it easy enough.
oops, there it went. either way, it right now registered me at about 50. doing it again. i'm at 81. >> 50 before the segment started and now you are 8 1-6r7b8g9 you scare of the heck o52,ijt me. >> we had a high school football player on the show like four months ago in the fall sometime who was wearing his apple watch he had gotten as a imrawtion gift or something. he was starting to feel his heart racing, looked down and he was seeing the palpitations went to the hospital and ended up saving his life. >> let's talk about the accuracy of this. apple watch is it that accurate. apple watch isn't the only game in town when it comes to measuring your beats her minute or heart rate. certainly now proving to be very useful. what we know so far for sure is that the accuracy and test through a tear down of the watch and comparative study of measuring your heart rate from the apple watch, incredibly accurate. incredibly accurate. i'm now at 97 why the way.
the lights on the bottom here, these are green led lights flash 100 times per second. what it does is it uses a technology where it beams into your skin. we talked about this before. it also has5+ infrared sensors on the side of it. beams in to see how much light is absorbed in the blood beneath your skin. >> watching the flood flow through your wrist and monitoring the speed and the heart rate. how can we make sure that we're getting the best out of these devices. as you say the apple watch is not the only game in town. making sure. >> people claim hair gets in the way, tattoos and cold weather can get in the way. what you really want to makevv sure. number one problem here is that people will end up having their watch not snug enough. you want a really good fit. you9úb/9q it to be snug against your skin, otherwise it, won't be effective and obviously keep it charged. that is really the golden rule of these. this can check your other-it will automatically check your heart rate every 10 minutes if you do nothing or
you and i could choose to check tore working out checking it constantly. that's monitored. and we have just learned of something pretty interesting. apple just applied for a patent. you never know if it's going to happen and unfold for all of us. they just applied for a pat test that enables them to tell or call 911 should something really go wrong in your life with that and, you know, other alternatives couldable people say i lo the apple watch, i'm not ready to spend that much money. i want to do the same kind of thing that could potentially save my life. we have a couple that are on the website. you like the garrmin. >> garrmin is good for tracking g.p.s. yeah, the apple watch. >> you have viva smart hr 150 bucks. then we have if you have existing smart phone, you are not a big fan of it polar h 7 straps on goes blue tooth and fairly accurate as well. >> for runners. facebook you know it's all right there. >> wonderful, great to see you this morning. >> great to he so you. >> we have fox news alert we are following for you this
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>> got it he makes it. >> are you kidding me the buzzer better that has everyone talking today. i want to see how many brackets still exist that are in shapieátáháhis morning. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ we're going to start with a fox news alert this morning. a deadly plane crash was caught on surveillance camera last night in southern russia. a passenger plane exploded into a fireball after it slammed into the ground while attempting to planned in high winds. all 16 people, unfortunately, were killed. most of them were russian. none was american. >> that's right. some of them were children. now, this is all that's left of the plane, if you will take a lock here. charred debris scattered across the wet and snowy crash site. both flight recorders have been recovered. the pilots tried to land the fly dubai jet in zero winds. ita missed its approach on its first try. then after circling for some
two hours. it tried to land again but came up 800 feet short of the ruppway. >> horrible. the victim's families breaking down in tears as can you imagine after arriving at the airport. russian investigators are looking at the bad weather and pilot error as potential causes for that crash. >> near hurricane force winds they were flying through. >> what a sad story. now we want to move to the campaign trail this morning. in utah protesters come out against donald trump clashed with his supporters outside a rally yesterday. [shouting] [bleep] >> trump's event would go on as planned indoors while disrupters continued outside. >> fox news reporter garrett tenney is live from washington with the very latest. good morning,gate, what you can tell us? >> good morning, y'all. sadly this is becoming the new norm for donald trump's rallies. large crowds of supporters, groups of protesters and police in riot gear trying to keep the two apart. last night in salt lake city, we saw it again. several hundred protesters lined the street across from
the infinity event center where thousands of trump)r supporters were lining up for his rally. only room inside for 1500 supporters though, leaving the rest outside with the equally passionate protesters. the yelling and chanting quicklyh-9÷ escalated and the two groups moved into the street and into each other's faces. once the pushing and shoving started, police in riot gear moved in to try to separate the crowd. some of the protesters want to do get inside though. and at one point a group tried storming their way in, boy knocking over security check point in the process. can you see how police blocketd entrance and moved the crowd back. inside the event donald trump brushed off the proforts all together saying they are simply trying to take away his freedom of speech. >> by the way, outside looks absolutely fine. we have, they said, 2500 of
you and they have. so agitators/protesters. some are protesters, about 2%. and then someg>p÷ are agitators. that would be the rest. >> trump wept on to dismiss the criticism that he needs to act more presidential and said he doesn't see anything wrong with the way that is he acting now. police said that other than a few bottles and rocks being thrown, there wasn't any real violence and they made no arrests in these protests, clayton, tucker and anna? thanks a lot, garrett. i don't like everything trump has said rontly. there is no comparison between what he has said and what these protesters are doing. they are trying not to have a conversation, not to debate what he said. not even disagree with it they are trying to prevent him from saying it. they are triking to shut him down. that's not protest, that is an attack on freedom of speech, period. >> and this is just part of the democratic process, isn't it? these presidential. >> you would think. rallies and campaign events and, you know, when trump's first amendment is shut down, that's not the way it's supposed to be.
>> you saw protesters there in that video pushing over a security tent, that's where the police were staged outside of that arena. push it over, ripping it down. the police had to push back against them.l then as people were coming out of the rally. people in to watch donald trump. people throwing rocks at them as gart was mentioning. >> some of these protesters, they have god intentions and some of them are professional protesters as we have seen and organizations like move on to the organize and black lives matter are putting out memos on facebook and twitter, social media, emails saying this is working. let's continue it even more. sheriff david clarke said some of these guys have good intentions. others fit into a much different category. >> i call them anarchists. it's a conglomeration of misfits. you have rowdy juveniles. you have criminals. have you cop haters. you have university students. have you organized labor. well intentioned people who are being used and put out front to put on a good face.
it's a dangerous and &c @&c@ this. >> this is why this is different from anything we have seen in presidential politics. typically you have a candidate say something and people will disagree which is part of the de. you have a debate of sorts. maybe it won't be articulate but it will be a debate. >> many people who oppose trump including a hot republicans have decided he is not just wrong is he a threat to our country, is he evil. once you decide that you don't have to listen to what the guy is saying. all you have to do is oppose him and stop him from talking and you are somehow virtdous. >> right. >> they are not even playing by the same rules that we have had for the last 200 years. >> and, yet, we are always lectured about being toler rant on the other side. this speaks to intolerant at the highest order. telling them to shut down, sending out press releases. go to these events and shut it down. you mitt romney on the campaign trail yesterday campaigning on behalf of ted cruz. calling trump a racist, a bigot. and he does not represent
the heart of the republican party. >> i just hate that i think trump is reckless in a hot ways there are a lot of things he says i don't agree with. this idea is he a racist and nobody has to listen to him, where is the evidence of that racist? where does that come from? >> everybody thought oh, donald trump's numbers may go down on super tuesday number two. super tuesday 2.0. that certainly didn't happen. just like any time anything that seems to be negative on the donald trump side his7r numbers go up and other people end up dropping out of the race. >> $20 million spent on anti-trump ads in florida. >> only in florida. >> you know, there is a reaction against this. if everybody in power is not even engaging with trump's arguments, just dismissing him with the back of the hand, of course people don't like that. it's pray ton nicing. >> meanwhile donald trump, any time someone has called up and asked him to do an interview on any of the issues that he has talked about at his rally.
are you kidding? can you get him. one thing 'trump you can always get him. >> there has been problem with hillary clinton answering tough questions from journalists. i think finally we have gotten some tough questions from( journalists at a radio station up in boise, idaho. mix 106. >> it's about time. >> listen to the tough questions from that crew to hillary clinton. >> if you got a laid back night at home, what is it for you, pizza or burgers? >> pizza. >> all right. for your birthday do you like a gift card or something more personalized? >> more personalized. >> when you are watching charlottened a you get to be grandma for a while, do you follow the rules of mom and dad or do you like to take some of those grand marnt liberties that everybody gets. >> liberties but don't tell my daughter. >> sound good. all right. >> i want it know what's your favorite mow ron particular comedy. >> oh my gosh there are so many that i love. i love the princess bride. i have seen it 25 times or something over the course of >> that's a good one. >>rm they didn't include the
question which i want to do ask which is from chelsea clinton who just two days ago said yes my mother and our campaign is in favor of giving illegal aliens the right to obamacare. $5,000 a year subsidy each one for healthcare. >> regardless of. >> all the other welfare benefits they get. >> regardless of citizen status thinks it's important to extend affordable care act to everyone living and working here. >> promise it would never be extend to do people here illegally and she changed on that changed on drivers license for illegals. no one asks her about it? >> you remember when joe wilson said you lie to president obama when he was giving his big speech which was disrespectful but it turned out to be true. it's already happening. >> completely true. that was about whether or not obamacare, these subsidies that you pay for would go to people that showed up here illegally. >> not on purpose. >> maybe more important than pizza or burgers though i was glad she chose pizza. >> playing today's top hits.
top 40. john tesh. >> taking your requests. >> on to other stories making headlines. we will start with this fox news alert. your most wanted man out of the hospital and in custody. 26-year-old salah abdeslam is one of the suspected terrorist in the paris massacre. he was shot and captured after four month international manhunt.a [gunfire] >> police arrested abdeslam in a terror flad brussels. four others also taken into custody. and more arrests could come soon. abdeslam was on the run since november. fleeing the paris attack scene. disappearing across the border into belgium. you will remember 130 people died in that attack. officials believe he was supposed to blow himself up but he got cold feet. investigators are now interrogating him, triking to find other potential terrorists.and score one for the ladies. air force general lori robinson set to become the
first woman to lead a u.s. combat command. president obama nominating her for the position but she has to be approved by the senate first. the position is one of the most senior in the u.s. military. making robinson the top general overseeing northern american activity. and gawker gets slammed in court by hulk hogan a jury awarded of the former wrestling star $115 million in his invasion of privacy lawsuit. that's more than 100 million he was asking for. and he could get even more in another hearing on monday. hogan sued after the site posted a sex tape of him inyh 2012. gawker will appeal but the loss could put them out of business. and this is the shot that broke a thousand brackets. >> justinson half court. >> got it he nails it northern iowa wins it at the buzzer. >> northern iowa university taking care of texas at the
buzzer with a half court heave. 75-72 and that wasn't the only major march madness upset. >> here comes middle tennessee wide to the lane give it up. and a foul. >> middle tennessee shocking 90 toy 81 in the first round. second ranked michigan state never led in that game. those are your headlines. >> did you say gawker might go out of business? where am i going to go for the dumbest political analyst on the internet now? >> named in the lawsuit, explicitly. >> just the worst. the worst. the best now, rick reichmuth standing by with the weather. >> awe, shucks. you are going it like this. we we are not going to get all that snow across the southeast. all this energy across the southeast going to become this storm we were talking about. overnight incredibly strong winds and rain over south texas. a lot of damage from this
bow echo. winds up to 75, 80 miles per hour at times. this morning waking up to some of that damage. here you go, temperatures cool already across much of the northeast and this is that storm we have been watching. all the latest model guidance taking this further towards the east. see in the northeast i-95 corridor are going to be way less than we thought were going to be. which is good news for the first day of spring. >> still have to cover up plants. >> no, not going to be that cold. >> thank you, rick. >> enjoying the do you lips and daffodils. glad they will stay. >> watters world and the rest of russ passing through. >> the vice president of the u.s.? >> currently? i don't know. >> how do i not know this? oh my god, not joe biden? >> yes, this is what happens when you legalize marijuana. jesse watters is here with a preview of his brand new special next. >> and she is adored by millions of people across america but is betty white
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>> jesse watters has a brand new show airing once a month and he joins us now live to talk about it good morning, jesse. where are you this morning? >> good morning. i'm in austin, texas. we're going to stir up trouble here at south by southwest for the factor this weekend. >> that's the spirit. i bet you are huge there. so what's the sharpton take that we just attempt to do show you? what's in it. >> this is footage that sharpton has been trying to suppress. this is him in 1992 talking to a group of people in new jersey. and he is saying you guys are upset. you guys are angry, do something about it. off a cracker. off a pig. man up. >> oh my gosh. >> unbelievablably explosive. we will show you that tonight at 8:00. >> he says off the cracker like kill people because of their skin color.áy >> he goes plenty of crackers walking around out there tonight go off them then. >> wow. >> that's disgusting. >> full video tonight on your special. you are also taking to the streets. we saw you walk around the streets trying to get a sense of the political --
south by southwest so there is tons of people taking to the streets. they are drunk by like 10:00 a.m. easy pickings for you. what did you find when you hit the streets, jesse? >> i haven't shot it yet. but when we go down to college campuses, i know tucker is always clamoring to have him tag along. the girls are a little upset about that i go down to arizona state university. and we ask people get. when you are an immigrant and you want to become legal in this country, you have to pass a basic civics test. we want to see if regular americans born and raised here can actually pass the same test. >> who is the vice president of the u.s.? >> currently? i don't know. >> how i do not know this? >> oh my god, not joe biden? >> what month do we vote for president? >> december? >> january?
[ buzzer ] >> march? [ buzzer ] >> in the fall. >> oh, okay. august? [ buzzer ] >> august is the summer. all right, awesome. collar? you notice you were sporting. >> tonight 8:00 p.m. it had be up. >> i hope you didn't tell them when the election is because they shouldn't be voting. >> thanks, jesse. enjoy south by. >> coming up next bernie sanders sets his sights on a new target. arizona sheriff joe arpaio. >> -- bully sheriff arpaio to pick on people that have no power. >> the sheriff of one of america's biggest countiesvñ maricopa, sheriff joe arpaio joins us live to react to the attack. that's next. >> a man inches from death when an oven suddenly explodes inside a bakery's kitchen. whole thing caught on
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by sheriff arpaio to pick on people who have no power. unelected president. a president of the united states does have the power. watch out joe. >> that was bernie sanders. so what does sheriff arpaio have to say pack to the presidential candidate? well, sheriff arpaio joins us now from phoenix. sheriff, it's good to see you this morning.
what's your response to bernie sanders? >> well, you know, this is all politics. i brought four presidential candidates in the past and toured the tents. she was in front of the tents. i finished the press conference recruiting t7.5ujuáqs for my armed i walked over to meet her. we had a little conversation and i invited her to come inside and talk to the inmates and see what really goes on. now, i get all this repercussions from the husband. but it's politics. i don't know what he is trying to do if he becomes president, what does it mean watch out, joe? that's a good question. but i'm not concerned. he will never be the president anyway. >> it sounds like she is just as misinformed about who it was in the tent city to begin with senator exchange during an interview.
he seemed to get upset even walked out. walch this clip and then we will ask to you respond. >> what joe arpaio is doing is an outrage. my wife went to look at the so-called tent city which is something that should not exist. the fact that he crashed her meeting is, to me, very, very wrong, nothing something that he should have done thank you very much. >> would you accept a spot as vice president? >> thank you very much. >> you think he would stick around for more questions. >> well, you know, i think he lost. there is a lot of criticism by the party, his party is why she went in there, able to give me more press and media attention. by the way, this is my jail, my tent. i don't have a right to go into my own jail? this is ridiculous what they are trying to say. it's all politics. hillary is doing campaign commercials in the hispanic community here right now. they have got my picture
with donald trump on her commercial. so, i don't know, you have got to spread this politics around, i guess. j? you are supporting donald trump. what do you think of his immigration plan? >> it's great. you know, i spent 35 years as a top guy in mexico city border. i can go on and on. at lois he brought that problem out in july when he was down here in aqú rally. now thank him for doing that not everybody else is looking at the problem, which is good, but i agree with him on the wall and get rid of the illegals in the interior which nobody wants to talk about. so he has got a good plan and he will probably carry it out when he is the president. >> what do you think about the report of chelsea clinton while stumping for her mom, hillary, basically said that her mom thinks that illegal immigrants, regardless of their status, should be getting coverage under obamacare? >> well, that's kind of
ridiculous, but that's what -- we will be facing in general election. i'm sure donald trump will be able to straighten that one out. >> do you expect a lot of people in this country illegally to vote on election day in november? >> >> if they are here illegally? >> yeah. it's against the law. it's hard to know exactly who is voting. do you think they will play a role in the outcome? >> yeah, possibility. you never know what they are going to do. that's just a big problem facing our nation, and something has to be done about it. and i have great confidence in the person i'm supporting and endorsing to be the next president. so, i have confidence that he will straighten the problem out one way or the other. >> all right. well arizona, the primary there is on tuesday, 58 delegates are up for grabs and it is winner take all.
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police custody following the raid your watching now. four others also under arrest in raids that take down the remaining terrorist suspect in those terror attacks in paris. salah abdeslam. this all happened in belgium and it could be just the beginning. live in london with the breaking2v details. benjamin, what happened? >> wonderful news this morning. saleh abdeslam the most wanted man in europe. attacker who got away has now been found after four months. four months on the run after what was the largest manhunt in modern yoorp mean history. is he wounded but is he alive. that is very rare in these circumstances. it followed a dramatic day yesterday in which he and four others were captured in throw different raids. but saleh abdeslam who was the private target in a massive police operation involving helicopters, swat teams and dog units. saleh himself was not armed. when they finally got to him they shouted at him to come out of apartment with his hands up. when he didn't, they opened fire wounding him in the knee. dramatic footage then showed the moment that he was taken from the apartment outside and bundled into a car.
france has now said that they will request extradition as soon as possible. he has been on the run for four months. since those paris attacks which killed 130. in that time, many wondered where he had gone. key have gone back to syria where he fought with isis until 2014? could very gone to morocco where his family was gone? no, all alongqe he was in brussels under the nose of the police. he was finally discovered following a shootout with police on tuesday in which one man died. and on that day he escaped over the roof tops and we now know that he reached out to a friend after that asking for help that friend refused and gave that cell phone number he was using to the police. so the police will now be using all those details to get more information. that cell phone, he himself to find other sleeper cells. the network who hid him hopefully breaking down more extremist in europe and bring to conclusion this horrific event which started back in november. back to you. >> so more arrests could be made. benjamin hall, thank you so much. people thought he was in morocco or sire. he was just write under the cop's nose. >> and his friend turns him in. i saw what you -- we used to
be friends until what happened in paris. not your friend anymore. turn your information over it authorities. >> thank heaven for the cowardice of terrorist friend. >> but he reportedly was being moved from location to location. how many people helped this guy? >> this is right in the center of europe by the way. center of belgium. which used to be a peaceful country. no longer is, good question. >> 35 minutes after the hour. other stories making headlines, dramatic explosive motion inside a massachusetts bakery. horn standing six photo from the blast blast when it all happened. part of the wall was blown out. a stack of trays saved his levee. hair was singed but otherwise is he okay. up explosion caused theáó explosion. bakery is closed for repairs. a new york city teacher shows a isis beheading video to her student. they students telling her parents and police they were terrified and crying and now they can't sleep. the teacher says she was looking for a different video and played the isis clip by accident.
one student claimed she said this is what's going on in the real world before playing the clip. the teacher could have been fired but was only fins $300. she now works as a roaming substitute. she is seen as one of the most lovable ladies on on tv, is there is a secret dark side to betty white? >> i'm just studying my lines. >> she has the call back for the importance of being earn nest. >> how is this? >> a stunning new lawsuit from a former lawsuit alleges that 94-year-old violated the labor code. former live-in assistant claimed that she worked for white for 22 years, 14 hours a day, six days a week with no overtime and even without accurate wage statements. no word on the amount the lawsuit is seeking. white's team has not commented on the matter. the california boy gives his teacher the best tardy note ever. the best one that's ever
been written thanks to bruce springsteen ♪ glory days ♪ they pass you by ♪ glory days ♪ take a look at it the 19-year-olvrñ got the boss' attention at a concert in las vegas that said bruce, i will be late to school tomorrow, please sign my note. and that's exactly what he did. preteen scribbled, ms. jackson he has been out rocking and rolling. please excuse him if he is tarredy. those are your headlines. >> >> i wonder if that worked? >> of course it did. >> rick reichmuth is standing by with a look at our spring like forecast. >> were clayton, do you know the town sinking spring? >> yeah, i'm from sinking spring. >> so is he right here. come closer. >> sinking spring? >> pennsylvania. >> yes. >> there you go, pennsylvania. >> a little suburb of redding, pennsylvania. >> he locks much younger than you. you must have been in a younger class than clayton. >> i don't want to give my age away. i'm a little bit older. >> hey, sinking spring.
enjoy your day today. take a look at the map. show you what's going on today it is spring. tonight is the official start to spring this year. it will feel like in fact it will feel more like summer towards phoenix and miami. and a lot of the other cities you see there dallas 59. new york 40. chicago 44. that's going to be cooler than you were for most of winter. get ready tonight. very cold air moving in behind the system that we have been talking about across areas of the south. hard freeze warnings in effect for much of oklahoma into missouri and arkansas. so get ready you might want to protect some of your plants if you have anything goings on. here you go, enjoy the day across thew÷ northeast. tomorrow even colder before we warm up into the 60's next week. all right back to you guys inside sinking springs. >> sinking springs, pennsylvania. where things are happening. things are happening in politics not the election we are talking about magic. >> earlier this week texas congressman pete sessions introduced a resolution to recognize magic as art and indeed i'm quoting now a nationa,r÷ treasure. >> national treasure. let's so he some magic.
joining us now is magician georgia the great. he has brought along some of his young pals good morning. >> good morning. >> so, when you heard about this congress was going to make this a national treasure. >> you're going to fix the federal deficit with magic. >> that's true. i am, actually. it's very exciting to be part of a national treasure now. i used to be an entertainer and now i feel like an artist. in fact with money you can be an artist. this isn't much. it's like $5. 1, 2, 3, 4, yeah, 5-dollar bills. you can actually draw on money. normally it doesn't look good. if you use magic in combination with art you can making make ones into larger bills like tucker, what would you like to turn these into if you could. >> i don't know, 20's? íoml about the benjamin. >> if i had hundreds i wouldn't be working here, right? if you add zeros to the you shake them. not like this but in a circle. you watch they actually become 100, 2, 3, 4, 5. how did you do that?
>> very well,. >> there is a party favor for you, no, i'm kidding, that's illegal. but, listen, woe are going to play a game right now. >> thank you, guys. >> wow. >> we're going to play a game. this is called the cup and the ball because it uses a cup and a ball. and we're going to have you go first. are you ready? >> yeah. >> watch is the ball in the hand or not? in the cup or in the pocket? those are your choices? that was warm-up. this is for real. here we go. your choice. there, or there. point to which one you think. you think there. of course, it's not there, it is in the pocket. but can i tell you were pocket, right? so for you could you blow on that? for you that's not there for you it actually is underneath the cup. >> well, listen, guys, i'm cheating. that's why it's so impressive. i actually have two separate ones, right? this one stays in the pocket. under the cup i have the second ball.
there is no trap door there that's just real magic. you have to think how did this fit under the cup especially when there was that tennis ball under the cup? >> [inaudible] >> that is some real magic. thank you very much. >> have in this envelope that's been sitting here for a while and i need somebody -- anna, would you mind guard guarding that for me? don't let anybody touch it giew is are pretty young. does anybody have a phone in here. pull it up. could you open up the calculator for a second? because we're going to do something with numbers, guys. are you guys good at math? >> yes. >> of course we are. i'm not good at math we will do the best we can how many people do we have here? this will work. you just got to snap chat. we will ignore that. we will start actually with tucker. think of like a two i%q number. put it into his phone. whatever those two digits
are and hit times. >> we are going to times that let's go with a two digit number because it's your phone. we have used you, yeah, right there, think of a two digit number, boom boom. >> 99. >> 50. >> good, put it into the phone. i don't want to pit the but the top, you put it in and hit times right there big x. what are we at so far? 1377. we're going to go even bigger. let's do one more number right here, you got it? good, put it into the phone whatever those numbers are. hit that andí we'll do one last one. one last digit. put it in and hit equals. good, what are we at? 9984. that's the number that we have on your phone. 91984. you guys put in all the numbers. but, before we did, this i thought of a number and i put it in an envelope, you have been guarding it. >> i have been guarding it. >> focus, abracadabra the number is. >> what is it? 29481.
>> that was not the number. this was 91984. on your phone and i was wrong. well, hitch, guys, magic doesn't always work. 91984. wait, is there one more trick. >> because actually when i got dressed this morning i got very lucky because i wore this jacket because i like it and this shirt. but, actually, under the shirt, believe it or not. >> it's on his chest 91984, the number that you guys created on your phone. >> come on. >> everybody give him. >> now you are freaking me out, gary. [ laughter ] >> gary the great, ladies and gentlemen. clayton is so upset. a third of republicans are still under decided in the election. could ted cruz or john kasich still have a shot at getting the nomination. larry7 sabato looks in his crystal ball next. >> also, penguins are going to be taking over the "fox & friends" control room. look at this. here they are. what is happening there? >> they are doing a pretty good job to be honest.
a poll just released yesterday show that 30% of voters in arizona whose poll takes place on tuesday remains undecided. could donald trump hold his lead or could late deciders go with kasich or cruz instead? what will happen to rubio's supporters. man who has covered every race for a long time larry sabato. professor, good to see you this morning. >> good to see you, tucker. >> how does rubio getting out effect tuesday's contest, do you think? >> well, the -- generally, the rubio backers, the rubio voters seem more inclined to go to cruz than they do to trump or to kasich.
now, some do go to kasich and trump, but more tend to go to cruise. so i supposeê that could make the arizona race tighter. remember, it's a winner-take-all, tucker. you get one more vote than the other candidates and you get all those delegates. i think there are 58 of them, which is a big, big pile of delegates. >> so cruz is pretty frustrated in his public comments about kasich. he says a vote for kasich is, effectively, a vote forz trump. kasich cannot be the nominee mathematically which is by the way true. is a vote for kasich role lay vote for trump? >> partly. you know, it's never black and white in these situations, tucker. >> right. >> on i couldn'tly, cruz would much rather have a one-on-one race with donald trump because he believes he can consolidate a lot more of the voters supporting or who have supported other candidates behind him. is he probably right in that. however, it's also true, it depends on the state. it depends on where kasich is drawing votes from.
in the northeast, you know, he potentially could hurt trump more. so you have to judge it state by state. >> you watch these parties pretty closely. do you think the republican party can award the nomination to the man to got fewer delegates? >> they can do anything they want. of course, there are always consequences for dog anything you want. >> good point. >> you know, if they do award it to somebody who gets hundreds fewer delegates, then there will be a natural reaction among the trump backers, and i don't think it will be supportive of the republican party. that's just a guess, tucker. i don't think they will react well to that. >> the republican party will not be the samer3 no matter what happens though. that seems obvious. do you agree. >> that is absolutely true. that's what people need to focus on. this has been the culmination of trends that we have seen really for decades but especially since 2010. and it's going to have a big effect on the republican party going forward. >> for sure. that is the interesting question, i think, of this
season. larry sabato, thanks for joining us as always. >> thank you, tucker. >> coming up, hillary clinton gets grilled in remarkably tough interview. buckle your seat belt. >> if you get a laid back night at home, what is it for you? pizza or burgers? >> pizza. >> we have more of that savage excampaigning pizza or burgers, there's more. and your dog probably has a favorite chew toy, but there's a lot more out there for you to buy. get your wallet ready. the hot new toys for your furry friends, next. ♪ ♪ you're my best friend
the dogs today. the 2016 global pet expo ended yesterday after introducing more than 3,000 new products to the public. so what are this year's furry favorites? we are here now to show us the top picks. welcome back. >> thank you, yes. this is buddy, and you know, buddy gets groomed. a lot of pet parents like to groom at home. and so there's a great new power grip, it's a professional clipper, but it's designed for at home use. lightweight, comfortable in your hand and your pet's going to liking it because it's very quiet, low vibrations, and what i like about grooming at home, your pet's calmer an you get a chance to do a physical onceover to make sure there's no lumps or bumps. >> it's nice that it's quiet. i had the nail thing and my dog would freak out every time. the price on this? >> about 149. >> there are youtube videos. >> cat lover, this will change
your life. >> this is the litter robot. it's an automatic self-cleaning robot that does all the dirty work for you. >> yes, please. >> we have a pretend kitty in there. it senses that and starts a cleaning cycle that this separates the dirty litter from the clean litter. all you have to do is pull out the drawer, dump it out -- >> and it looks like something out of star wars. >> 449, but it has a 90 day money back guarantee. >> okay. >> the shield. yould see all of our dog models are wear here today. and it's called insect shield for pets, it's built-in, epa registered repellant. flies, ticks, mosquitos, fleas. >> it's like bug spray is in the fabric. >> if you put buddy down here, smell this, it's bonded to the fibers. >> i can't tell anything. >> it was originally designed for the military, but it's safe, maternity wear, toddlers. and the more material you have,
the more protection. so this is everywhere. your local pet supplier. >> thinking this whole thing was it but really -- >> it's built in so it's all of this year. >> okay next up, a brilliant solution to brushing our pet's teeth because only 1% of us do that. it's called orapup, it has a cute little bristle pad. and we're going to have them demonstrate it. >> oh, they want it too. >> well, she's a puppy, she wants to chew it, but i think rowdy here will lick, he'll lick it, and what is it doing? it's cleaning their tongue and lastly, the tug-o-toys. and we'll have to play with those to break. >> thank you. >> 56 minutes past the hour. horrible tragedy on the runway. when a plane full of people explodes into a fireball leaving no survives, what may have cause
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hi even, and good morning, it's saturday, the 19th of march, 2016. this is a fox news alert. passenger plane crashes and explodes, killing everyone on board. we have the new developments overnight and surveillance video showing the moment of impact in the latest from the ground. and then, hillary clinton gets absolutely slammed in a tough new interview, listen to this. >> got a laid back night at home, what is it for you, pizza or burgers? >> pizza. >> pizza over hamburgers, it was a savage, knockdown brawl. we'll tell you who won, stay tune ld. and donald trump just got a new ally on illegal immigration.
>> a face, a name -- >> how our fabio plans to make america great again. "fox & friends" begins right now. we're going to get to that fox news alert, deadly plane crash caught on surveillance camera in russia. the passenger yet jet slamming into the ground and turning into a fireball, all 52 people on board are killed. most are russian, none are american. >> investigators now sifting through the scarred and scattered debris along that runway. flight recorders have been recovered. the pilot tried to land the flying dubai jet in heavy wind, 60 to 70 miles an hour. look at this map here, had to circle for two hours, then it tried a second time to land and
came up 800 feet short of the runway, and that's when it came down hard, very hard. the victim's family breaking down in tears after arriving at the airport. looking in both the bad weather and pilot error as potential causes for that crash. >> and fly dubai, four of the victims were children. >> sad news. we'll be following that story for you and bring you the latest from the flight recorder as that develops. back to campaign trail now where protesters attempt to disrupt a trump rally in utah yesterday. indoors, but outside, the disrupters continued. >> our reporter is live from washington, d.c. now with the late now. >> reporte >> reporter: these protesters got things hour before donald trump even showed um for this rally. they had their own rally outside his event.
several hundred demonstrators gathered outside infinity event center in salt lake city to protest the republican front runner. and even took turns hitting with a donald trump pinata. the crowd then turned their s e sights on a couple thousand supporters lining up for the event. police moved them across the street. the separation didn't last long. personal space went right out the window. the two sides got right in each other's faces, screaming and chanting, pushing and shoving, until police in full riot gear were called in to separate the crowd. at one point, a group of protesters tried forcing their way inside the event by storming a security check point. you can see in the video how police were trying to block the entrance.
eventually, the officers moved the crowd back. donald trump was rushed off a protesters saying more than agitators looking to cause trouble. the republican front runner also pushed back on criticism that he needed to tone down his rhetoric. >> we know how to close the deal. >> reporter: and despite how heated things were outside, other than bottles and rock being thrown, no real violence and they made no arrests. >> no arrests, thanks, gary, however they did tear down that security don't as we saw in the video. and then as the folks were coming out, throwing even one rock is enough. rocks and bottles. >> being intolerant here. >> it's getting insane and shouldn't surprise anybody.
trump has said some things, but they're not arguing for open borders or against a wall. he's a bigot, fascist, destroy america and must be stopped. once you decide that, any behavior is an excuse. you know, fighting a moral war. they see him not just as wrong, but immoral. extremism is the inevitable thing. >> we saw this happen last weekend in chicago where a rally was shut down and they were saying hey we won, moveon.org and others com saying we're doing more. and that's what we're see pg. we hope there isn't more violence. >> mitt romney calling him a racist, bigot, and he's vulgar, he does not respect the heart of the republican party. >> i wish they'd stop saying that. he's vulgar, reckless, doesn't know enough, fine, racist, that's a different category. that's the one thing about trump, for which there's no evidence. why are they saying that?
>> about his immigration policy. he is quick to point out, he's the first to talk about this, build a wall at the so you shall border to keep out illegal immigrants, it's hurting jobs in this country. he's called them of course, those who have come acrossed the border illegally, rapists, murders, who knows all too well what that's about, listen. >> when you see you have loved ones in the cemetery and visit them in cemeteries, then you hear people complaining about being separated by a border because they crossed it illegal, and we just want to enforce our rules, what's wrong with that? what would you expect of someone running for president to do when they found out that americans are being murdered by illegals? they don't care. they depend on people not paying attention, not caring, and only caring about the legal. they always face a victimless crime. it's only one or two, how many
is enough? how many people should be dead before someone thinks it's bad. to me, one is enough. >> that man's son is dead at the hands of an illegal immigrant. >> his son was murdered. so by the way, she says why are we acting like people who come in here illegally, break our laws, then go on welfare are the victims. what about the americans whose wages have been stalled because of this. kids are killed. this is real people. >> it's wrong to say everyone who comes in as a rapist, that's stupid, but this guy's son was murdered by one of them. nobody cares about him for some reason. i don't know why. >> we ask tough questions. here's perfect example of the media once again, asking a tough question of the democratic front runner, hillary clinton, this was in idaho radio station. mix 106 in boise, idaho, listen to the tough question. >> if you got a lay back night at home, pizza or burgers?
>> pizza. >> all right. and for your birthday, do you like a gift card or something more personalized? >> more personalized. >> when you're watching charlotte and you get to be grandma for a while, do you follow the rules of mom or dad or take some of those grandparent liberties that everybody gets? >> liberties, but don't tell my daughter. >> right, well played. we like that. >> i want to know, what's your favorite romantic comedy? >> oh my gosh, you know, there's so many i love. i love the princess bride. i've seen it like 25 times or something over the course of my life. >> we should be fair and say there were follow-up questions that included idea are you so wonderful, why are people so mean to you and can i have your autograph. >> can i have your autograph. they did ask her one question about her honesty and trust worthy ratings, but they kind of did it in a back door way. >> how can people think you're not honest and charming and real? >> but nothing about the clinton foundation, nothing about her stance on immigration. >> tuesday, you've got a big primary, caucus states,
primaries, the narrative has been totally written by bernie sanders. she altered her position on social security, immigration, any number of policies, he's driven the narrative. many ask him about that because right now, he's facing states that he could win a huge handful of delegates on tuesday and beyond. it's not all southern territory anymore and he could clean up. >> i think that's so smart. he in the end probably won't win the election, but he's won the debate. he hasn't moved his views on anything. she's for them, against obamacare, now she's far it. sanders did that. >> one of the reasons is to make sure that the point that he wants to get across, stay in the conversation all the way to the convention even if he just gets a speech. >> mix 106, playing today's hits from the '70s, '80s, and today. we are following other stories making headlines. we're going to start with the fox news alert because your most wanted man is out of the hospital and back in custer i did. we're talking about 26-year-old
salah abdeslam. he's believed to be the last remaining suspected terrorist in the paris massacre. he was shot and captured after spending four months on the lam. [ gunshots ] police arrested abdeslam in a terror raid in brussels. four others also in custody. investigators say more arrests could come soon. this carried across the border into belgium, 140 people died in that attack. he was supposed to blow himself up, but he got cold feet. investigators are now interrogating him to try and find other potential terrorists. more arrests may be on the way. and south carolina police officer and decorated army veteran killed in cold blood by the suspect he was trying to arrest. greenville officer allan jacobs confronting a self-admitted gang member on an outstanding warrant. he took off with officer jacobs
hot on his trail. he opened fire on the officer, killing him while the officer's son was there. he turns the gun on himself. officer jacobs leaves behind a wife, two children, and another baby who was on the way. forced their sailors to the knees and made them apologize on camera. but this may be iran's biggest insult yet. the country's revolutionary guard is planning to build a statue of the captured sailors. one commander telling iranian media, it is expected to be a massive tourist attraction. this coming days after iran claims they retrieved thousands of pages of information from the sailors devices. and those are your headlines. weather headline. >> that's right. zblem something that's good. >> massive blizzard, right. >> massive, huge. you better get out the snow blowers and everything right
now. no, not really, but it is chilly. the colder air has come in. we have folks from chicago and pittsburgh. and you say it's cold. >> it's cold. >> warmer in chicago. >> there's a thing out there that says 38 degrees. i mean that's cool, it's cool, but it's about to be spring, guys. show you what's going on. tonight spring does start for everybody, but it is going to feel colder than for a lot of the spring. really heavy rain across south texas overnight, behind this system, much colder air does in across parts of the south, freezing conditions tonight. and we already have snow that's falling across areas of ohio, kennedy, ohio valley, much of west virginia. that'll be the bulls eye for the accumulating snow. what some of the models indicated are all trending a little bit further off to the east and south. so, i think we're going to see less snow, inch or two for some people, but not bad. still chilly though. chilly. we're going with chilly.
guys. >> a lot of semantics out there. thanks, rick. coming up here on the show, we're on baby watch in our nation's capital. >> i stayed up all night watching this. a live look for -- this is a live look this morning for a second baby bald eagle is about to hatch. we have a web cam in the nest. >> so cool. >> yes, we do. and you've heard it from all the candidates one time or another on the campaign trail. >> if zonld our nominee, hillary clinton wins, he loses in the general election. on the other hand, i beat hillary clinton. >> does donald trump automatically lose a general election? a.b. stoth ard is here to explain why that might not be true. she's next, stay tuned. ♪ when heartburn hits
ahead with hillary, donald loses in contrast, i beat him. >> but i'm the one that can beat hillary clinton, i'm the one to get the crossover vote. >> if you don't want to hand the general election to hillary clinton on a silver platter, there is only one campaign that has beaten donald trump over and over and over again. >> the reason why i continue to run is i'm the only candidate that can beat hillary clinton in the fall. the other people can't. >> that was john kasich and ted cruz, explaining that while they might not have the majority of delegates going into the convention, they're the only ones who can beat hillary clinton in the general because donald trump certainly can't. joining us now is the amy stoddard from washington. you're one of the only people whose always fair, you never show for anybody, and so i
figured it'd be worth hearing your take on this. as a factual matter, do you think that's true, trump can never win a general against hillary? >> i don't think that's true. that's largely the argument republicans are making about the contested convention. because they think that he's going to be a terrible general election candidate against hillary. i'm not saying that that cruz or kasich -- they poll better against hillary than donald trump. kasich who's doing the worst in the delegate polls the best against hillary. and those numbers could change over months. i'm not saying he will beat hillary, but he certainly can. >> it seems like -- really, two likelihoods, either a trump/hillary race would result in a massive blowout for donald trump or redraws the map that maybe he beats her by a point or two. you think that's what could happen? >> i mean to start with, this is a path of voters with, knob
matter what trump says with an anomaly of numbers and the nevada caucuses that at a margin of, you know, 10% or something, it was an anomaly, he's doing terribly with african american and hispanic voters. will he get some? he certainly will. and he will get them. but he will need a path of white voters. look at 2012, 57.5% of the country turned out to vote in that election. that's pretty bad. so what i think is that there are new voters there for the taking. who gets them? donald trump. this is a number's game, trump can find his own voters and they're the most enthusiastic. what hillary needs to do is she needs to get republicans who loathe donald trump to not just sit home on their hands, but vote for her. donald trump -- he's an unlikable figure, donald trump is going to go after her hard. she needs to really scare people into coming and voting for her against trump. and yes, it'll inspire turnout against him, but will it be enough?
mitt romney lost by fewer than 334,000 votes in four states. >> right. >> now if donald trump can turn the mass, great for him, but if he focuses on four or six states where mitt romney lost by a slim margin, and he turns out those people, he can create a new voter path for himself. that really will be really difficult for hillary to match. >> what an interesting analysis, from washington, thanks a lot for that, appreciate it. >> thank you. trust worthy analysis for once. donald trump just got a new ally in illegal immigration. >> beauty has a face, perfection, a name -- >> yes, that's fabio. bracing the cover of your romance novel. he's an american now. and he plans to make america great again with donald trump. and the final hours of jesus' life retold in an epic live musical. it's coming to your tv this weekend. tyler panther have i running the show. joins clayton to talk about it. that's coming up next.
jesus' life will get a modern spin. "the passion." popular music on the streets of new orleans. joining us now is actor and narrater of the project. the passion is tyler perry. nice to see you this morning. >> great to see you too, good morning. >> good morning. when you first heard about this project, why did you say, i have
to be involved in this? >> well, first of all, when i found out, i read some stats and i don't know how accurate they are, but 45% of americans don't believe in god or anything anymore. it's pretty interesting to have that kind of thing going on in the country where i grew up. where there was faith and god everywhere. so i want to be a part of it, then when i found out it was in new orleans, which is my hometown, i thought i absolutely have to be a part of it. >> take us behind the scenes of how epic this is going to be in your home city. really, and new orleans serves really as a metaphor for this entire story, right? >> yeah, well, new orleans absolutely being a city that recovered from a liquid grave, literally rose again to have so many people here living in happy and free and having told now after hurricane katrina, it is exciting to have this 20-foot cross moving completely through all of the city and also ending up with us in the park where
we've got these incredible singers like seal and trisha yearwood and chris dougherty. it's going to be phenomenal. and i'm just so hopeful and grateful and thankful that they'll billion as moved that i will be. >> there's a modern take on the story. so, the disciples wearing jean jackets, jeans, not sandals and robes. what was it like to be a part of this story that's retelling 2,000 years later with a modern twist? >> i think what is so exciting about that, it's being told not only in modern terms and in a language that everybody can understand. a lot of millennials who may not have ever heard this story, which is shocking to me that people don't know this story will get an opportunity to hear it and see it and feel it in their own time. so i think that is going to be just as powerful as it was for people of my generation to see it. >> so it's a two-hour live event on fox at the end of the two
hours, and you're narrating this whole live moment, nine locations all across new orleans. what do you want people at home to take away from watching this event? >> hope. absolutely hope. and the message of christ being hope, forgiveness, faith and higher and just having an opportunity that to understand that, you know, like my mother, she made me go to church and we're three generations away from that. if you don't teach your children something or give them something to turn to, eventually they will turn to something. i hope it opens an conversation and dialogue to invite people to understand that god is there for everyone. >> great, tyler perry, good look with the big show. tomorrow the passion airs tomorrow, palm sunday, 8:00 p.m. eastern here. but we kind of work with them, of course. the fox broadcast network, thank you, tyler, great to see you. >> thank you very much. coming up, the only
surviving terrorist from the horrific attacks in paris now in custody after a dramatic raid in brussels. how police caught europe's most wanted man in a live report, next. and in the country illegally? hillary clinton won't just let you stay, she's going to give you free health care as well. our political panel weighs in on that next. tucker's warming him up. ♪
the remaining terror atta attacker is out of the hospital and in custody following that raid. >> four others also under arrest in last night's raids in belgium, abdeslam was shot. this is just the beginning. >> let's go toen london with the breaking details. what's next? >> reporter: good morning clayton and anna, look, we know he spent last noigt in the hospital. he has just been released to the police and they are requesting about his involvement in the attacks back in november. this follows those dramatic raids yesterday in which he, salah abdeslam and four others were captured in three different raids. the police took no chances. and massive police operation
involving helicopters, s.w.a.t. teams was not armed, but during the raid we he refused to come ut and he was shot in the knee. family has already hired a lawyer. one who's well known, specializes in these types of cases. under belgium law, they can hold him for 20 hours before he sees a lawyer and they can extend that. dramatic footage shows a moment he was taken from the apartment outside and thrown into a car. france said they will request his extradition as soon as possible, but his lawyer says he's going to refuse that. he's been on the run for four months. since those paris attacks which killed 130. and ever since then, people were wondering where he went. some wondering if he went back to syria all along he was in brussels. his dna was found in a flat following a shootout. dhaurg raid, he escaped across the rooftops, and we now know he
reached out to a friend and he refused. he turned his cell phone numbers over. that information will be used to track down polices and other contacts. issuing a warning be aware because accomplices may be trying to flee. developing situation. back to you. >> live in london, thanks, benjamin. 34 minutes past the hour. fox news alert. an american soldier was killed by an isis rocket attack in iraq. defense officials telling fox news he was killed by a lucky strike about 75 miles southeast of mosul. this is the second american killed while fighting the terror group. virginia man pleading guilty for trying to join isis. joseph ferok was arrested while boarding a flight to richmond to join a terrorist group in syria. according to court documents, he was eager to die as a martyr. he was busted by an undercover fbi agent.
now facing 20 years in prison. in the united states. >> hello gorgeous, i'm glad you could make it. >> i can't believe it's not butter. the italian-born model telling the new york post if you want to get the country, the american people are the greatest on earth and welcome you with open arms. you have to go through the system. laws are made to be respected. over to you with your panel. >> thank you, nan. former presidential candidate mitt romney throwing support behind texas senator ted cruz, announcing he will vote for him in the caucuses in utah on tuesday. he dnts endorse him. romney says that cruz is the only candidate able to defeat the front runner, that would be donald trump. is it too little too late? here to discuss, caitlin hughy burns. tomorrower communications aid to
the mccain/palin effort. high noon strategies, contributor at the washington examiner. li lisa, to you first. romney says he's going to vote for cruz, but doesn't endorse. the most obvious, he expects he's still in the running to be installed as the republican nominee at the convention. >> this is the way mitt romney is doing, he's trying to game the system. essentially what he has said and what he laid out was his indictment of donald trump for voters to vote for the candidate who could take votes away from donald trump. that's why he campaigned with john kasich, that's why he's now turning his support for ted cruz in utah, but the irony of this, tucker, the fact that plormitt romney is the very person who help set the table and game that donald trump is playing better. it's the mitt romney that set the game, they set the debate schedule, the calendar, and donald trump is the one who's playing the game better. >> in a brilliant column, for trump to succeed, a lot has to fail.
including the washington establishment. the party is obviously changing, will be a totally different party by november no matter what happens. for the good or the bad, do you think? >> definitely for the good. establishment, whatever that many morph -- >> trump is good? >> expanding the tent. reaching out to blue collar democrats in ohio, michigan, pennsylvania, it's expanding the republican opportunity all over the country. mitt romney, people like lindsey graham don't realize, many are realizing, but they still for some reason don't to want embrace it. we need to coalesce around donald trump and we know he's the best shot. >> coalesce around donald trump, my sense is washington resident is there are an awful lot of republicans in d.c. who really will never vote for donald trump. do you think that's right? >> i think that's right, and for as many people are donald trump is bringing into the party, perhaps as many are exiting. we'll see in november if donald trump is in fact the nominee. and i do think that he is on his way to securing the necessary
amount of delegates. we saw last tuesday him do better than expected, we have another race, a couple other races this tuesday and so forth. i think the path for a contested convention is actually narrowing. >> right. this may all be moved. amazing interview, chelsea clinton and having it in my view, couple of days ago, she said our campaign, my mother's campaign is affirmatively for giving obamacare subsidized federal health care to illegal aliens. >> it's mind blowing. and this is the irony of it, what is so hypocritical about hillary clinton is the fact that she's flip-flopped on so many issues. and there was a time when hillary clinton said she was adamantly against illegal immigration, and now she wants to give them free health care. that's exactly who hillary clinton is. in the sense that she has flip-flopped from gay marriage, criminal justice, immigration, i mean, name the issue, trade, and she has flip-flopped on it. >> maybe, totally true, maybe the downside of trump is all the drama that we're watching with
the wall and his rallyings, obscures this met fofr sis that's going on where hillary clinton has become not the person she was. she's very much more left wing. >> no one knows who she truly is. she's been in politics so long, scripted candidate of republican or democrat politics. she's out there saying whatever the tone of the day is. and now bernie sanders has pushed her so far to the left, she's getting issues about her own daughter. which is very sad, but useful about what chelsea did is to window into what hillary clinton and the clinton's really think. >> is there support for this, giving obamacare to illegals? >> i think the immigration issue is one she arrived to on her own. kbront think this is an issue that bernie sanders pushed her on. definitely on trade and economic policy for sure, i think this is an evolution of her own. i do think at this point, democrats are looking at, republicans too perhaps kind of a base election. i think one of the smartest things for democrats to do and donald trump is going to the
nominee. offscript and very will be a very contrast. black eye for the phoenix va hospital, whistle blower reporting that veterans on the verge of suicide were flat out resfuzed treatment. will this be enough to spur somebody to fix the problem? possibly, but first we're going to check in with our posture freedom business block, neil. >> hi guys, good morning, ahead of tuesday, did donald trump just get a boost from the unlikeliest of places? we'll explain. and the longer hillary clinton and donald it out, the more tax payers will have to shell out. narge terror bust going to force apple to bust open that phone?
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hi friends, good morning, 43 minutes after the hour. shocking report released this week reveals the phoenix va turned away suicidal veterans. how much worse does it have to get before something is done to help? here to weigh in is the political director for concerned americans. >> thanks for having me on this morning. >> you've lived in arizona and you've had some firsthand experience, tell us about this be most recent bomb shell report that was just released. >> well, if there weren't already enough problems, the phoenix va, a whistle blower, fellow marine who i've gotten to know. he ran a suicide clinic, one of the mental health clinics at the phoenix va. and he's been bringing forward information for the last year or so that the phoenix va mental health unit has been turning
away suicide veterans from care at the phoenix va. and unfortunately, in the past when we've seen this at other va hospitals, this has led to veterans going and unfortunately taking their own lives. it's disgusting considering the fact that the va spends upwards of $7 billion a year on mental health and they still can't get this right. >> it's unbelievable to have some of our heros who fought for our freedoms on the battlefield and they come home, go to the hospital, and they say i'm thinking about taking my life and think refuse care. it's almost not even believable. you also are really rallying for the va accountability act. it would make it easier to fire bad va employees. and there's someone at this particular hospital. the hospital chief of staff, that you are pointing your finger at this morning, why? >> this is, this is the guy who sat next to sharon hellmann, the fired phoenix va hospital director who was basically created a secret wait list at the phoenix va that they created
the environment for that to happen, and if for two years, even though they knew he was involved, he was allowed to remain in his job, the chief of staff job which is a critical job. and only now are they proposing a fire him. he could resign, retire, and get away with it. or be on paid a mrtive leave while they do another investigation. collecting a salary. and that is why we need laws like the va. which will make it a lot easier to fire employees like him. >> what's the status right now and what's the hold-up? >> well, it's passed on a bipartisan basis in the house of representatives. mitch mcconnell refused to bring it up for a full vote in the senate. we hope he does. senator isaacson and other senators are putting together a package, and we hope they move onnen this critical piece of legislation. this is clear that we need it.
>> all right. dan, thank you so much. dan caldwell, legitimative and political director. >> thanks for having me. >> we need to reach out for the va comment and they did not respond. 46 minutes after the hour. "fox & friends" is being taken over by some different kind of friends. band of buddies are here next. oh look, they got all dressed up, black tie affair for us today. ♪ wild thing my school reunion's coming fast. could be bad. could be a blast. can't find a single thing to wear.
bald eagle could hatch at any time in washington, d.c. look at that, yesterday, resident eagles mr. president and the first lady welcomed their first little eeglet, it's birth caught live on the net cam, no name has been given out yet. don't worry, that alligator had nothing to do with it, but there was a ten foot alligator that made a visit to a school in central florida. just about to leave for the day, hey mom, coming to pick you up and look who's in the parking lot, a giant gator. a trapper came and got the gator, luckily no one was hurt. the school joking that it was a learning experience for the students. i don't know what they would learn, but -- >> this is a most tamer, safer way for us to learn this morning. do you remember this story, man finds a penguin covered in oil on a beach near rio back in 2011. and he nurses it back to health and sets it free. well now every year, the penguin swims 5,000 miles from chile to visit the man who saves his life. >> is this bond unusual for
penguins and 5,000 miles is a long women sw im. is that a lot that they do? >> here with answers a the animal expert and the ocean mystery, jeff corwin. nice to see you. >> you have a friend here. >> well, this is blue blue, and this is one of the great ambassadors of one of our great aquariums in connecticut. blue blue is an african penguin from south africa. >> huh. >> and what are they like. they have a lot of personality and they're very different from one another. >> i have to tell you, out of all the creatures, these are my favorite. they're so charismatic, we often see ourselves in these birds. they're moe nothing mouse. some of us are. these guys are probably more monogamous than we are. >> same partner for the life. >> for the most part. there's a little change every once in a while. they live very long lives, they can live 20 years plus in human care. and they have powerful personalities and they bond in such profound ways with their -- >> how do they distinguish the
identical penguins? >> that's a good question, tucker. a lot of it has to do with a call, each penguin at its own call. just like if you showed up at your kids school and you could hear your child, that's my kid. the same thing, when these animals show up to the beaches where they nest every year on the coast of south africa. they respond to the sound of their mate or offspring. >> can they do it on command? >> once you start displaying your breeding colors, then you may get those calls. with something that happens, that has to do with the hormones and light and photo periods, and it's that breeding time that actually causes that bond between male and female to cement. >> that's amazing, that 5,000 mile journey. >> isn't that incredible? >> come back to see this guy. does that strike you as odd? >> it didn't strike me as odd, again, they have a strong affinity to their mates. it's likely when he was rescued,
it made a connection with the person that saved that penguin in brazil. they have incredible migratory and almost natural gps abilities to navigate their way back to where they're from. for example, empire penguins can travel from many thousands of miles, and many birth species actually have their own internal gps system in their brains and in their breaks that allow them to get within feet of where will they last began. >> i wish i had that. i still get lost on the interstate. >> wish all men had that. >> you can say that. how hard would it be -- probably not allowed, how hard is it to care for a penguin? >> you know, the folks at mystic, they're experts. they're part of this breeding program, trying to save these penguins. they require incredibly complex behavior and maintenance. these animals are in a lot of trouble. tucker, less than 100 years ago, there were five million of these penguins, today, there's only 40,000 left. so they're disappearing real fast. >> why? what's happening. we like to eat what penguins
like to eat. many parts of the world, where penguins leave, human beings are competing with them for their food resources. we also like to live where they live, beaches are perfect nesting sites for penguins, awesome summer homes as well. we're competing for real estate and as we pollute the oceans and use plastics and our ocean temperatures kmang, they are paying the price. >> often think of these living in places like antarctica. so in southern parts of south america, they live in south africa? >> that's an interesting question. so there's 17 species of penguin, only few of them live in antarctica. now none of them live in the arctic, why? why do you think we don't? >> because -- well because there aren't. they're not there. >> your the expert, we're asking the questions. >> because in the arctic, we have polar bears and wolfs and other creatures.
the reason why they nest in places like antarctica and along chile and south america and new zealand, there's real estate competition for you, and australia. they don't have the terrestrial predators that you find up north. >> i think one of the penguins went in the weather center. >> get loose on the set, how would you respond to that? >> you know, if you ever wanted to get a penguin, all you need a laser pointer. yeah, that's the gateway drug for attracting a penguin is a laser pointer. just flash that and they go crazy. >> thank you guys so much. thanks for the mystic aquarium, place where my sister lives and visits awesome. it's great. jeff corwin, saturday mornings on abc. >> great to see you. thank you, delighted. ♪ pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes
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look at this the pope francis just posted his very first instagram. already got more than 45,000 likes in just the past two hours. it'll break a record today. >> pope selfie. log on to "fox & friends".com for after the show show. more penguins. the fight for the white house heading west. with arizona ground zero for the illegal immigration battle, holding the most delegates in this tuesday's battle. hi everybody, i'm in for brenda butter in. hillary clinton and bernie sanders doubling down on promising they'd make more illegals legal if they become president of these united states. but some here say that'll just keep wages lower in these united states. are they right? are wrong? the bulls and bears this week, gary b. smith, jonas max ferris, susie welch, and others, welcome to everybody. john layfield making more illegals legal will keep wages