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morning, today is saturday, the 16th of april, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert now. a horrific story breaking overnight a firefighter shot dead, responding to a call for help right outside our nation's capital. the brand new developments seconds away. >> another big story breaking overnight. the pope who claimed he didn't want to get into u.s. politics sits down for a private one-on-one with bernie sanders. did that really happen? breaking news overnight next. >> and the photo taking social media by storm. no, that's not matthew mcconaughey. it's proof that doppelgangers really exist. who are your celebrity
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lookalikes. wait a second. >> jim kerry jim carrey, somebody stop me. >> more like jake jillianhall. "fox & friends" begins right now ♪ party tonight ♪ oh what a party tonight. >> is it 6:00? >> oh my gosh. >> it's national wear your pajamas to work day. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "fox & friends." >> i'm so glad you are here on this day. >> they talked me in to coming in this morning they didn't mention this. i thought it was national producers do something really dumb to you and make you look dumb on tv. >> they tell us this endears us to the viewers is that true or make us look like
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fools. >> i'm glad yours is not purple that would be mean look like barney. >> forever lazy provided these for us. >> middle east and southeast asia. pajamas you can wear them to bed and casual wear. i think we should start wearing pajamas as casual wear. >> dresses. gaucho pants real clothes. look like pajamas. we will see what folks in manhattan think. >> we want to thank them for providing them this morning. put pictures of you in your pajamas on our facebook page. >> rick looks really cute. >> clayton, i saw a picture of you in your pajamas that you put out on twitter. we're glad that you are not wearing your pajamas to work. >> people are saying i have to wash my eyes out is that really called big chiming?
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>> i will say it's chilly outside and this is feeling mighty good right now. i'm happy for the producers to be doing this asides from the looks of it. maybe we could have a different look than this but not pad. pajamas 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. it's getting better. take a look at the weather maps as you are taking a look at that minneapolis 58 trees. not all that bad. there is a lot of cold air across the west. it is warming up across areas of the east which is great news because the east, obviously has been so cold the last couple weeks. at least that's what i hear. i was on vacation. central plains looking at a big storm. take a look at this. snow and rain and severe flooding. severe weather across the high plains. areas panhandle of texas through oklahoma into kansas. we saw a few tornadoes yesterday and i think we will have nor today. denver a foot of snow by the time we get to tomorrow
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morning. winter still hanging on. going to get more this weekend. all right, guys, send it back to you. where did they go? >> i will do a block in socks. >> let's have grippies on the bottom. >> politics. breaking news overnight. the pope who said he wouldn't get involved in u.s. politics has now according to bernie sanders, the bernie sanders campaign has met one-on-one with bernie. >> very brief we should point out. sounded like it happened in a foyer five minutes long. this was not some giant sitdown. >> more than any other candidate got. >> we are being told by the sanders campaign and other officials that greet for one day visit it almost sounds like he is on the way out of the papal residence and they have a quick meeting. courtesy visit. vatican official told me a few days ago it was was
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highly unlikely that the pope would meet with him for this very reason. sanders faced some criticism how he has been speaking out on economic policy. some conservatives upset about. obviously folks on the left bernie sanders by the way on abortion and other social issues. our own amy kellogg spoke with him. >> we had an opportunity to meet him this morning. it was a real honor for me my wife and i so-to-spend some time with him. i think is he one of the extraordinary figures not only in the world today but in modern world history in talking, enlightening the world about the massive levels of income wealth inequality. a culture that greed and ignores global warming. it was an honor to talk with him. >> for the reason that the bernie sanders was at the
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vatican in the first place he was stumping if there. >> there was caverns. >> if you can call it stumping. anyway, and he was talking about the things that he normally does on the campaign trail. >> greed on wall street. >> yeah. >> corporate greed and income inequality. what normally happens when he is in the united states people are going how are we going to pay for all this free stuff? while he was there he was able to make a moral argument for it and saying this is what we should be doing. >> what a 24 to 36 hours. he meets with morales leftist leader in bolivia. can you see them shaking they have policies they agree on in terms of the socialist policies that have been front and center in the presidential campaign. >> the time is good for good for bernie sanders the empire state takes their vote on tuesday. here. >> will catholic voters say
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a five minute meeting with pope francis will lead me to vote for bernie sanders. the pope has spoken out about moral economy and doesn't want greed on wall street but the pope disagrees with bernie sanders on a whole range of issues. >> we will dive deep into bernie sanders' taxes a little later in the show. those numbers. >> he just released them. >> under pressure from the clinton campaign. >> dana perino is going to be joining us in a few moments with more about that we will talk about the taxes. now to the campaign trail. donald trump keeping his focus on what he calls the nomination process. >> fueling the feud with party leaders using his pen. garrett tenney is live from washington with more on that. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all. we all know donald trump is way ahead in delegates. no secret his campaign is behind in securing delegates if the nomination goes to a contested convention. that's a large part why we have seen this feud with party leaders growing over the last couple of weeks. yesterday, that was very
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evident in. in he had a editorial titled let me ask america a question. how has the system been working out for you and your family? it reads in part i, for one, am not interested of in defending a system that for decades has served the interest of political parties at the expense of the people he continued that line of attack at a rally later in connecticut where he also threatened if is he not the nominee, people will not show up to vote come november. play cute with us, right? if i don't make it, you are going to have millions of people that don't vote for a republican. they are not going to vote at all. millions of people. >> the republican national exphi spending a lot of time pushing back against trump's criticisms and says all of the campaigns knew exactly what the rules were back in october and didn't have any issues with them until now. >> these are the same rules that have been around for 160 years.
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so, the problem is that most people never really cared about our rules and how we no, nominate someone for our party and now everyone is paying attention. it is different than what we normally are used to when you don't pay attention to it. >> trump and john kasich will be in new york campaigning today. ted cruz will be in wyoming, which will award 14 delegates at its state convention later today. back to y'all. >> these rules have been in place for decades and he said no one has paid attention to it probably good everyone is starting to pay attention to the rules. >> we actually have the technology now to analyze whether our votes count. trump is going to be joining us later in the show charges complaining and ted cruz calling him a whiner. remember when the debate when ted cruz said this about donald trump asking for his supporters to raise their hand and take a pledge that they would support him, watch. >> you know, at donald's rallies recently he has
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taken to asking people in the crowd to raise their hand and p their support to him. now, i have got to say to me, i think that's exactly backwards. this is a job interview. we are here pledging our support to you. not the other way around. >> so something he said he would never do he would never call and. >> that was a month ago.>jqirñ w with wyoming is meeting and a republican leaders are -- have a system in place that's similar to what we saw in colorado that has -- had all of the controversy last week. senator ted cruz's campaign is basically saying to all of the delegates supporting him they need to support him not just on the first ballot but until his campaign releases them. >> a pledge? >> pretty much the same thing. >> take a look at it here is a tear out off of it. i hereby pledge and promise below promise to support ted
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cruz until i am the nominee. >> he is now walking that back. >> i assume donald trump will want to weigh in at 9:00. >> of course, the cruz campaign has certainly been mobilized probably more effectively than any other campaign about sitting down with these unpledged, unbound delegates, having blends with them, continuer with them, trying to get them in their camp. >> it will be interesting on the other side of this, ted cruz has been very effective as he was in colorado and other states. that's the controversy. will he be effective in wyoming in picking up more delegates which this is a delegate game now. it's all about the math. >> we saw what happened in south carolina ted cruz wins big but donald trump picks up the delegates there. >> starting with this headline. it's a fox news alert. a maryland firefighter shot dead while responding to call for help. the gunman opening fire at a home near washington, d.c. as firefighters were responding to a welfare
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check. am second firefighter also shot is injured but alive and still in surgery at this hour. s had police tell us they do have the shootner custody and the suspect is cooperating with police but still no word on who he or she is. or why they may have openedr7 fire. we will continue to follow it and break in with new details. a veteran zoo keeper known as the tiger whisperer gets mauled to death by one of the giant cats it happened yesterday in palm beach. the zoo keeper was perform performing a routine procedure at the time of the attack. the zoo will remain closed this weekend as a precaution. a fedex worker picked the wrong place to catch some z's. authorities say he fell asleep while loading up the fedex plane in memphis. no one noticed until the flight was ready to land in lubbock. well, apparently after waking up toward the end of the flight and then alerting the crew, when he knocked on
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the cabin door. police said he meant no harm and no arrests were made. >> if he doesn't get the nomination, the republican party will feel the backlash. are the republicans the only one uniting around one candidate right now. >> keil hits the racetrack and the reason will make you proud to be an american. ♪ born to be wild. is all set. nationwide? awesome.
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>> i stood up against the behaviors of the banks when i was a senator. i called them out on their mortgage behavior. >> secretary clinton called them out. oh my goodness. they must have been really
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crushed by that. [ laughter ] and is that before or after you received huge sums of money by giving speaking engagements? so they must have been very, very upset by what you did. >> as you can see republicans not the only ones a bit of a hard time rallying around one candidate. democrats are now too. and now the "the washington post" is wondering if the democrats will be able to unite in the fall. editorial writer writes what started out many months ago as a rather civil contest as n. which sanders and clinton resisted the civil attacks. descended into kind of competition that raises questions about how easily the party will be able to rally. jessica, i want to start with you there has been so much made and rightly so about deep divisions in the republican party right now. what about your party? isn't it the case that right
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now even if hillary clinton can wrap it up soon the sanders folks are not too happy about all of this and it may be hard to bring everyone together. >> sanders folks are definitely going not going to be happy about it some of the most passionate last two decades. i think that they will will in the end rally around her. i have seen rally around her. 2 5% of sanders supporters say they won't back clinton. in 200850% of clinton supporters said they wouldn't go for barack obama and we all know the party united in the end there. sanders supporters say we will go for donald trump, really that's actually only 7%. when they say things like that, i'm not sure they really will get out there and check the box for him or pull the lever who they are going to be voting for at that time. i think in the end they will pull it off. certainly getting far more hostile than i expected it was. >> in 2008 we heard the
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democrats will never come back together it's gotten so nasty. barack obama wins the election and hillary clinton becomes secretary of state. i was at the meeting in brooklyn this has gotten meaner and nastier and lasted longer than hillary clinton ever imagined. >> i agree with jessica. >> look at this. >> the party did unify around barack obama but that's not going to be hillary's problem in the fall. hillary, if she doesn't get indicted, will be the democratic nominee. the problem that hillary has blacks distrust her. they are divided. you have professional blacks that support sanders. now, i'm not saying that these folks are going to go out and vote for donald trump if is he our nominee, they might stay home and protest. hillary has problems with women. hillary has problems with millennials. he had, ed, it's not sanders that's hillary's problem. it's trump.
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>> donald trump has had very high negatives we are seeing in a fox news poll that came a race to the bottom now. his negatives are almost as bad as trump's. >> i think that the party will unite behind whoever the nominee is. and if you see trump is now toning down his rhetoric. i think that the town hall meetings, meeting his family network, the bad network, anyway was a great thing because we got to see more of who trump is. i had the opportunity to meet mr. trump the other day. i think people meet him once it's just him and whoever the democratic nominee will be, we will see a different trump. >> democrats licking their chops? >> i'm not sure about that 30 seconds isn't enough time to address what angela was saying about the key bases for the democratic party that allegedly are going to break for trump. the african-american vote i don't see that happening professional or unprofessional. >> well, that's your opinion though, jessica.
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a fox news alert. a race against time right now in southern japan as rescue crews search for survivors of a second deadly earthquake followed by a volcano. 29 people dead. 1500 are hurt. guantanamo bay oldest living prisoner meanwhile former friend of usama bin laden officially deemed too dangerous to release. the gitmo parole board denying the 68-year-old saying he poses a threat to national security. he is accused of helping to coordinate the 9/11 terror attacks. and prince is rushed to the hospital after his private
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jet makes an emergency landing in illinois. singer coming back from a show in atlanta when his flu symptoms took a turn for the worse mid-air. he was released from hospital three hours later and is reportedly now doing okay. i think my co-host here is taking a break or a little nap? >> wear your pajamas to work day. >> i was trying to read the news. >> i love this idea. >> can we do this weekend? >> this is so comfy. >> national wear your pajamas to work day. >> different deaf fin nation to curvey couch. different deaf -- definition what to wear to work. airplane on a show a train. things have changed very much. i decide to do go hit the streets of new york to see just how much things have changed. >> gorgeous suits and ties
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like even pocket squares of good old ed henry. i thought i would safe some time my alarm goes offt at 2:30 in the morning got to be at work at 4:00. see what manhattan thinks about my polka dots >> you are a young, cute girl, what do you think about the girls that are wearing clothes that look like pajamas even though they are marketed as dress or pants. >> i work specifically you have to be more professional but if that's your environment and your boss is okay with that. why not? to each their own. >> if you took me seriously if i wore this to the office? >> you get in kind of early, don't you? >> is it national pajama to work day or did you just decide. >> i would never wear this to work. >> if i knew it was national pajamas to work i would wear a hoody to work. >> footies and everything. >> unicorns. >> what do you think of my polka dots?
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i'm a big fan of pink. >> a lot of clothes girls are wearing these days you almost can't tell if they're pajamas. >> i don't mind them if they're comfortable and airy. >> make you banana pancakes. >> i love banana pancakes >> you have noticed girl's clothing look like pajamas this shirt which is actually a dress. >> it is a dress? my daughter clofs these. these is 18. >> very nice. it's kind of short. it's like one of my shirts. which is a nice look, i guess, but not for walking around on the street. >> do you like my outfit? >> you look great. >> thumbs up. thanks. what do you think of my outfit? >> very nice. >> do you like my drop waist ed pants >> are you ever offended[j3 when female wears clothing
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that looks like pajamas? >> i'm all for it i love pajamas. girls in pajamas? what's not to like ♪ can't touch this. ♪ >> too much out for pajama day. overall consensus people thought it was okay to wear pajamas? i think the tides have turned. >> man on the street of new york city thought you looked amazing. i'm stunned by that. >> looks like my shirt. >> the guy who said the pants were cope. -- dope. >> i like pajamas nice. >> airy. >> just makes you want to stay in bed. i said yeah make you banana pancakes. >> i above banana pancakes and blue berries. >> it's national wear your pajamas to work day. send us your photos and we
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will show them on the show. >> this my personal one, actually. i brought it to work today. you are on the show, ed? coming up, exarmy ranger and wife suddenly disappeared. pets running free outside the house. cell phones turned off. what we are learning about the mysterious death threats that came before they went missing. donald trump holds nothing back against the rnc. >> they have this arcane system that nobody understands. >> oh, it's a rigid system. they have things called super delegates and we have a different system equally rigged. it allows the poses to pick whatever they want. >> is this a battle trump can win? big show ahead? dana perino ahead. >> wait a minute. she has got it on too. come on, in dana. how cute.lñ >> yea ♪
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one way to win the republican nomination. and that is you earn the votes of the majority of the delegates elected by the people. and if you can't get a majority of the delegates to support you, you ain't going to be the nominee and you ain't going to be the president. >> the delegate battle heating up. dana perino is here this morning to join to us dive into some -- nice to see you this morning, dana. donald trump sayinglike, i think i'm going it win this the normal way. >> if not, your process stinks. >> if i don't win this then millions of people are going it rise up and not vote and not take part in the process. what do you make of that. >> ted cruz is right. this is how the system that we have. donald trump might also have a point that maybe the system is not as good as it could be. and there really are 50 different systems because each state gets to choose how they elect the delegates. i think if donald trump's team had been listening back in the fall, they would have heard that cruz's people were on the hunt for these delegates early early on, and they would say okay, if
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you can't support me on the first ballot, would you support may on the second ballot? they have been planning this for a long time. even democrats are saying that cruz's organization freezing rain structure wise is very good. donald trump blaming the delegate process it works for him because he is the antiestablishment candidate. is he the outside guy. >> and he is actually just penned an editorial and the title is this: let me ask america a question. how has the system been working out for you and your family? no wonder voters demand change. i heard governor huckabee "on the record" last night and he basically said donald trump is spot on with this because is he shifting the narrative from the rnc is not being fair to me, to the political system is not being fair to the american people. >> also shifting the narrative from i'm losing in the delegate count to the delegate count and the way5" it's done is not fair. then he said he would like to -- if he becomes president in the op-ed that he would change the system.
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well, maybe if you are the head of the republican national committee you could convince 50 states to change their process. that might be useful. but the thing is you go to war with the military you have. you go into an election with the system that you have. the system is not going to change the next five months it is a system that we have at least for this election. so, it's not going to change. >> what about overnight? woe have bernie sanders meets with the pope briefly. but he also puts out his tax returns. remember, adjusted gross income here $205,000. he paid $27,000 in federal taxes. donated $8,000 to charity. effective tax rate 13.5%. why that's interesting. remember mitt romney got slammed. how much is he paying, rich guy compared to sanders. but sanders at one point did not shoot down when john harwood of nbc how high would you go on the tax rate 90% like the 50's? he didn't shoot that down. evidence paid 13.5%. >> well, and maybe bernie sanders would say i'm willing to pay a lot more. he might actually say that.
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>> the other thing that i think is interesting is he depose to the vatican. that's a big invitation. if you got that invitation, you would take it and then a lot of the democrats saying well, not just democrats but pundits say how could you leave new york the weekend right before the primary? >> critical primary. >> however, he went to the vatican to work with the pope on income inequality. hillary clinton left new york to go to los angeles for fundraisers with hollywood. >> george clooney. why isn't she getting the same kind of criticism that bernie sanders is getting? answer me that. >> great point. >> speaking of hillary clinton, let's take a look at some examples of how much money she earned from speeches to contrast that. she made more in one speech than bernie sanders made allbv year. $225,000 for one. 325,000 for another. 280 for another. i mean, come on. >> well, that tees me up for something as a political strategist. anna raises a good point.
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hillary clinton was making more for speech than bernie made in a year. why didn't bernie put these taxes out sooner to show the contrast. she is making a heck of a lot more money. >> there are several things you would look back bernie didn't you press on this and give her a pass on emails. why don't you press her on that? it might not matter. as you were saying earlier. the delegate count is what it is on the democratic side as well. he has momentum. here's the thing. had party has moved way far to the left. and the world is changing the pope is trying to lead a worldwide change and capitalism is on the block. >> can i tell you something about my heart? every time i walk in a bookstore dana, and i see her book i know her. the goodh< news is7]uá in paperback and added additionalaf chapter. tell us about the new
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chapter. >> thank you for asking. that book came out a year ago and we debuted it here on "fox & friends." and so i had a chance to get i added two chapters. one more stories about president george w. bush and not about politics or policy but what it was like working with him behind the scenes. did i a q and a of mentoring questions because that was also a part of the book that was pretty successful. >> mentoring matters to you. as soon as you left the white house ask you what you want to do that was the first thing you said i don't want focus on mentoring. >> because whether you have an opportunity to be the first of4 something, and i was the first republican woman to be press secretary, then you get a lot of questions like how did you get that job. i get it allot. how can i succeed like you? >> that's the responsibility of our generation, generation x is to give back to my lemes in a way that helps give them advice so they can succeed too. >> good luck with the book. >> thanks, dana. >> now to headlines.
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>> get straight to this 39 minutes after the hour. x army ranger and his wife in washington state. investigators say patrick shun and his wife monique received death threats from a neighbor before vanishing on monday leaving their farm unattended. the families are involved in a legal battle in which shun is accused of trespassing. shun's suv was located in a remote wooded area and police are calling the investigation suspicious. a cold beer probably wongts fix this one for zach brown. ♪ cold beer on a friday night ♪ a pair of jeans that fit just right. >> the singer and married father of five was caught up in a drug bust last week in a palm beach hotel room. and now he is apologizing to his fans. brown posted on facebook writing my dad always said nothing good ever happens when you stay out late. well, he says he didn't know the people who were caught
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with cocaine and marijuana. brown is not facing any charges in that raid. and taya kyle hitting the track the author and widow of chris kyle took a drive with mario andretti yesterday at the grand prix of palm beach. she introduced another member of the ck crew. a crew made of veterans only and first responders who will competed as the first indy 500 this year. they will go througü intensive training before the race's 100th anniversary. that happened in may. >> thanks, anna. those are your headlines. get outside to wick rick mouth who is standing by with the forecast. >> it's spring which means that severe weather is happening. take a look at the map and show you what's going on. severe weather yesterday across the high planes. severe weather today where you see that yellow. we could see a few more tornadoes. certainly some very large hail today. tomorrow a bigger tornado threat farther toward the south. monday and the same story. when you see severe weather
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in those same spots day after day that means a lot of rain. some spots could see up to 10 inches of rain and might be looking at another flooding situation going on across parts of texas. flooding also across parts of the high plains. parts of nebraska could see some record-breaking rainfall maybe around the north platte area. get ready for potential flooding there snow in denver and across the foothills of colorado. get ready for some spots seeing up to 2 feet of snow. you guys, maybe spring skiing? let's do it. >> pretty awesome. >> as long as we can put our snugies back on. >> you bet. >> serious recall for millions of gm vehicles. dangerous problem with the seat belts that you need to know about this morning. >> he has gone to six final fours and won a national championship. kentucky coach john calipari knows a thing or two about success. he joins us live with the live lessons he has learned on the hardwood next. >> come on in, coach. ♪ ♪
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hey, everybody, he has gone to six final fours and has won a national championship all while underscoring the importance of education and team work. >> joining us now live the head coach for the university of kentucky men's basketball team hall of famer john calipari. coach, great to have you here. the topics.ant to get to we have secret video of ed. >> oh, no. >> ed is a heck of a player. >> he played for you once. >> yeah. let's see if is he a heck of a player. >> i'm in there somewhere. there was a pass and i made a couple baskets for time. >> there is he. >> getting back on defense. do you know at one time he just -- he was urging us on and he called a time-out and said can any of you guys play defense. i don't like it play zone. you can guard anybody? >> i also said ed, you don't
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have to make every shot. you just can't miss every shot. >> down in kentucky. and you talk. >> fantasy camp. the old guys come in and we coach. it's a ball. >> how old were you when you were doing that? >> last year. >> okay. >> play half court? >> no. we played full court. >> get in shape. it's like these guys come in and have a ball. >> >> i went to a kentucky game so, anyway, you can't miss every shot. so one and done. everybody talks about it and you have got all that's players to wind up in the nba and7))itics who say why aren't these players at least staying in college for two years? >> first of all, it's a rule between the nba and the players' association. because the owners are looking at this saying we are bringing all these kids out of high school and they are not ready and we are making all these mistakes and we are hurting all these kids but you had a kobe, had you a lebron.
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had you a kevin garnett that did it but there were a hundred that they were wrecked. so they said we want to do go to college one year. they will figure out if they want to come with us or not. in my belief it would probably be better for two years but i think also kids should have a chance to go if that's what they choose to do. but how you do it? you can't say well let them all come and then we the put them in the d league. you are making 17 to 25,000. you are not making a million dollars in the d league. your 8 hour bus rides and staying in motels. our kids come to school and you talked about our academic success, the apr rate, they have lifetime scholarships. so if a young man comes with me and stays one or two or three years, he can come back and finish whenever he wants. he has a lifetime scholarship. that's an advantage. preparing them for that league. nba, no boys allowed. that is a men's leg.
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>> confidence on a mental level not just a physical level. for the second straight year uk finished in the top 10% of the academic progress rate. what is it specifically that you are doing while they are on your team to say don't let us down you represent this team. you represent this university. make us proud? >> it's a great qunstion. our thing, we're going to be loyal to you. you be loyal to yourself, to yourgk family, to the program, to the university. we have kids that put their name in a draft and go to school for another month in the classroom. it's not internet. it's not correspondence. they go to class and they finish the term so they can come back if that's what they choose to do. you know, i think, again, when they know you're about them, they will listen to what you're saying to say hey, man, think about what you're doing they're not in hurry just to leave. i have had 30 guys or whatever it is in the nba. they say the best time was their time on our campus even if it was for one year. >> how do you reach
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photo and what did you think when you saw this photo? >> good morning. so my sister shellie actually pretty much gets most of the credit. my uncle scott, who is also an actor posted it on facebook and she noticed resemblance and i took and it ran with it. >> how old is the photo? >> i would say about 120 years old. i think we found out it was very very late 1800s. >> sometimes when you have these doppelgangers it's only if you get them at a certain angle. their nose just right. you have seen other pictures of him and do they also look like matthew mcconaughey? >> we found a couple others and admittedly this is definitely the one that's the most mcconaughey-e. >> what kind of reaction have you gotten. on facebook with the online poll. a million people agreeing has it gone viral?
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what's the reaction. >> it's gone viral. i'm talking to you today. it's gone pretty good. >> what are people saying, i guess, in terms of how are they reacting? >> yeah, i think the response has been kind of overwhelming, shocking, really. >> has matthew chimed in on this yet? you have heard anything from him? >> nothing, you know. a the who of people have accused him of being a time traveler. >> hey hey hey, you all hear about the party getting busted up, not worry. >> driving a lincoln. [ laughter ] >> as a last question in terms of getting the family legacy going, is that cool for you? >> it's super awesome. it's cool that we got to highlight a piece of our family. but we have had a lot of fun with it. >> thanks. we appreciate it? >> great to meet you this morning. thanks for getting up early with us and sharing these pictures. >> thanks for asking me. >> breaking overnight, the pope who claimed he didn't want to get involved in u.s. politics meets one-on-one with bernie sanders. >> that's coming up. also, next hour, we're going to show you our
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hi, everyone, good morning, today is saturday, the 16th of april, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert now. horrific story breaking overnight. a firefighter shot dead, responding to a call for help right outside our nation's capital. the brand new developments just seconds away. >> another big story breaking overnight. the pope who said he did not want to get involved in the american presidential election gets a one-on-one, yes, with bernie sanders in the latest from the vatican coming up. >> and wait until you see how easy it is to steal your credit card number and your personal information using the same machine you used to buy those items every day at the store. we guarantee you will never see it coming. we will show you exactly how it works so you can protect yourself. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪
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♪ headed for a better life. >> that was a long cold winter, wasn't it? we even had some more snow this morning that rick has been talking about. we will show you how to turn your patio into paradise all morning long. with the weather getting warmer the best patio sets. grills. items that will last you many years so you don't have to replace them every three years. >> talking to homek depot. >> we have one of the grills be highlighting. we cooked our thanksgiving turkey on it last year. >> you like the green egg [inaudible] >> it's the best, yeah. >> he had one in atlanta, he says. >> we interviewed sanders parker earlier just few moments ago if you missed it on the show watch it online. evidence found an old photo from 1800s of his grandfather ha looks like matthew mcconaughey great, great, great grandfather. we asked you if you have any doppelgangers? >> here is ed henry's doppelganger. >> i'm worried. >> steven is he is a --
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sedakus. >> put that photo back up? 2 oyears ago. >> literally that was 2004 at cnn. henry. >> so we are going to slowly but surely roll out all of our doppelgangers and we want to see yours as well. right now we need to get to this. >> politics. breaking overnight. we were wondering if bernie sanders on his trip to the vatican would actually meet with the pope. >> he was speaking at a conference on the economy. of talking points and agenda message out there about income inequality. but, it is a conference connected to the vatican but not necessarily a chance to meet with pope francis overnight he did that. >> that n. a foyer. >> five minutes. >> five minutes in a foyer. >> five minutes any of us would love. >> he talked about morality, some of those issues. income inequality and our
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own amy kellogg caught one bernie sanders moments after he met with the pope and here is what he had to say. listen. >> we had the opportunity to meet with him this morning. and it was a real honor for me, for my wife and i to spend some time with1÷ him. i think is he one of the extraordinary figures, not only in the world today but in modern world history. in talking and enlightening the world about the massive levels of income and wealth inequality, about a culture which rewards greed and ignores people who are hurting. talking about climate change. it was an honor to meet with him. >> bernie sanders had a great opportunity while he was at the vatican to get out all of his talking points that we always hear from him on the campaign trail about corporate greed and giving away free education and healthcare breaking up the big banks. normally when he is the in the united states, you have journalists and people going how are we going to pay for all of this. at least some journalists are asking that there he was able to make the morality
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argument and meet with pope francis ahead of the big vote in tuesday in new york. some have criticized him for leaving and not staying in the empire state. is he tapping into that catholic vote there are lot of catholics here in new york. >> it's interesting because last week i spoke to a senior vatican official who told me it's highly unlikely that the pope would grant an audience with bernie sanders for the very reason you are saying. in the middle of a presidential campaign. this pope has faced criticism from conservatives saying look, we love the pope. but he has tilted so far left on economic policy. embracing socialist policies and some respects that people like bernie sanders are pushing on the campaign trail. while bernie sanders is obviously diametrically opposed to the pope on a whole series of social issues. this is a surprise that they actually met. >> dana perino made at earlier . is he being criticized by democrats for going over and meeting with the pope or going to the vatican just a few days ahead of the new york primary. and, yet, he said, look, if i got this invitation, you would absolutely go to the vatican. you would absolutely go there and have the chance to meet with the head of the
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vatican. hillary clinton on the other hand is not being criticized for going to vegas. >> california. >> california meeting with different actorsj and so forth. >> raising money. >> and leaving new york to go and do that. >> it's interesting. we're going to be talking next hour to jeff weaver, who is the campaign manager for bernie sanders. overnight bernie sanders also put out his tax returns. er are, he didn't close the door several months ago to income tax rate as high as 90%. bernie sanders paid an income tax rate last year of 13.5%. you see, he didn't make a lot of money. hillary clinton in many of her speeches, made more money per speech than bernie sanders made. >> hundreds of thousands of dollars per speech. there were approximately 45 of them. look at a couple of these. 225,000. 325. $280,000. chump change. >> you remember mitt romney being slammed for effective tax rate. arguably perhaps one of the things that some campaign. having tax rate similar to bernie sanders is the argument that democrats were
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lobbing at mitt romney. >> i want to get your take on. this do you think that hillary clinton will now release her transcripts from the speeches? because every time she gets asked about that release your transcripts from these big speeches getting for hundreds of thousands of dollars looks like you are cozying up to wrote. she would say bernie sanders needs to release his taxes. >> he has now done that. >> she has said people on the republican side give paid speeches bernie sanders has not release them she dual the same. i don't think republican going to do that. i don't think she dual it the question is behind closed doors whether she was telling goldman sak's and wall street firms paying over $200,000 a speech we are going to go loose on regulations don't worry about it if she is out on the trail now publicly saying we are going to be the toughest cops on wall street ever to counter bernie sanders argument. clinton campaign insists in private she did not say anything different. without those transcripts, it's been a very effective message that bernie sanders has put out there. >> all right, now, to the republican campaign trail. confident lead just three days from new york's primary.
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trump is keeping his focus on several ted cruz victories. the frontrunner has penned an opinion piece this morning dissing what he calls a rigged g.o.p. system. >> our garrett tenney is live from washington, d.c. with more on this. how is it going over, garrett, good morning. >> good morning, anna, he ed, and clayton. donald trump isn't hiding frustration with the nomination process. he highlighted that with a comment in the "wall street journal" titled let me ask america a question, how has the system beenworking out for you and your family? in it he attacks both republican party leaders and his chief rival ted cruz writing, in part, what we are seeing now is not a proper use of the rules but a flagrant abuse of the rules. delegates are supposed to be voter. system being rigged by party operatives with double agent delegates who reject the decision of voters. later in the day at a rally party leaders will be shooting themselves in the
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foot come november if he is not the nominee. >> the republicans want to play cute with us, right? if i don't make it, you're going to have millions of people that don't vote for a republican. they are not going to vote at all. millions of people. >> though the complaints have given ted cruz ammunition of his own for the campaign trail where he is now criticizing trump for being a sore loser. >> i have got to say it ain't rocket science. if anyone is running an effective and competent presidential campaign, they ought to be able to figure out how to actually go and win an election. >> the republican national committee is also pushing back on trump's criticisms and says all of the campaigns have known exactly what the rules were since october. and should now be focused on uniting the party. heçfed, anna and clayton. >> we'll be talking to donald trump he will be live on "fox & friends" at 9:00 a.m. to respond to reince priebus saying he is sick
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and tired of the complaining and ted cruz calling him a whiner. i'm sure donald trump will have a lot to say about all of that. >> other headlines. we start with to start with fox news alert. a maryland firefighter shot dead while responding to a call for help. the gunman opening fire at a home near washington, d.c. as firefighters were responding to a welfare check. a second firefighter also shot is injured but alive and still in surgery at this hour. police tell us they have the shooter in custody and that the suspect is cooperating with police but still no word on who he or she is. or why they may have opened fire. we'll continue to follow it and break in with details. veteran florida zoo keeper known as the tiger whisperer has been mauled to death by one of the jingt cats. it happened yesterday in palm beach. that zoo keeper performing a routine procedure when the animal attacked. the zoo will remain closed this weekend and an investigation is underway.
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if you own g.m. or chevy truck listen up to this general motors announcing a major recall this morning. more than 1 million trucks with seat belts that don't work. affected models include the 2014 and 2015 chevy silverado and gmc sierra pickups. steel cable that connects the seat belt to those trucks known to wear dow over time and it could potentially snap. and it is official. corporate logos are coming to nba jerseys. the league's board of governors has approved a three year pilot programs to sell space on jerusalemys for corporate logos. new rules taking effect for 2017-2018 season. nba big sports league in the united states to put advertising on players' uniforms. the league says the ads could generate up to $150 million. because we certainly need to be paying these athletes more money. having a hard time eating for crying out loud. >> look at the nascar cars. >> does it get obnoxious.
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as soon as they get interviewed they have to see out every single person that sponsors them? >> rick reichmuth is now sponsored by. >> i wish. guys, do you know what is so great about this time of year? >> what's that? the warmer weather and no snow. >> stuff is starting to happen out on the plaza again. when you come out in town to visit us in new york. stop by to see what's going on. three empty chairs out here which means you guys are coming out because it's warm enough. >> i can't wait. >> food truck, patio furniture. chefs out here. this is like a good morning and a sign of six months to come. it's a food court. exactly. let's talk a little weather as well. show you what's going on this morning. we do have really nice temperatures across the central plains. go just to the west of it though and it's cold. 33 in denver. we are talking about a lot of snow. you might think isn't winter over? second snowiest month. a foot of snow.
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two feet into the foothills just as you go up the slope there get ready for big snow and some severe weather along with it just to the front of that in across parts of the high plains. get ready a lot of rain the next few days. slow moving system. that means some spots may be four to five inches of rain. some spots maybe up as much as 10 and some flooding. show you quickly, take a look at these temperatures, chicago today 74. 72 in marquette, michigan. it is solidly spring it is beautiful. and the next number of days going to be really spectacular by the time we get towards tuesday and wednesday. we even warm up across parts of the west. aside from the rockies. everybody looking spring-like. i think it's time to start doing spring pictures as well. find me on rick reichmuth at twitter or instagram. show you what spring is looking like where you are coming up. >> if you can spell reichmuth. >> this is the challenge, guys. >> i only want people who have good spelling following me. >> might take you an hour. >> works for me. >> more news breaking this morning.
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the powrn spatters of the united states. let's talk about bug spray. >> prevention is everything. if you are traveling to a place where there is zika. protecting yourself we want to use epa approved products. these products overhere, this is cutter right here and this is cutter as well. both of these have deet in them. protect us from the mosquito that cang? transmit the zika virus. >> i have heard bad things about them too do you agree or disagree. >> in terms of protecting against mosquitoes very important. deet and couple other products are man made. keep in mind you want to use these appropriately, following the instructions, not get them in your eyes. not put them on cuts and things like that. a lot of it has to do with appropriate use. >> are there any natural ways? >> there are. >> oils? >> there are some other products, too. we have some products that
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have deet. oil of lemon eucalyptus. this is epa approved product. fights mosquito that transsubmit zwickca. made from natural organic substances. if you are wanting something more natural and not man made. an epa approved substance. >> what does that do? >> same thing. all just different alternatives that you can choose at the store. this one is man made but oil of lemon eucalyptus and another one called ir 3535 are more organic. couple products here. what's important to note about these is that these might be well and good for some situations, but they are not necessarily going to fight against the mosquito that carries zika. you want to look for on the back of whatever mosquito repellent you are getting it epa registered or approved.ig >> not all are!0 thekn same so9w
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not all bugew repellents are the same.qirjez you want to go l crazy you get the mosquito net i had to get one when i was in ecuador in college. >> you want to close those windows and really might addition to wearing long sleeve shirts and then also long pants and things like that. ha that mosquito net is not off limits. >> quickly how do mosquitoes pick people? they pick me. sweet blood. >> they pick me too. maybe there is something good about us. mosquitoes pick people based on their substances how they smell. chemicals in sweat and also exhailed carbon monoxide. >> does beer keep them away. >> need more evidence to show it maybe, maybe not. we don't quite know. >> dr. jennifer caudle. thank you for your time. >> pastor and wife found dead. now the investigation is closing in on an illegalbj immigrant. details straight ahead. and it was one of the wildest weeks on the campaign trail for both republicans and democrats. and this morning we are getting our first look at
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>> when we come back, brand new trouble for hillary clinton at the state department. state department caves and opens a brand new door in her private email investigation. news is so inconvenient they saved it for a really late friday night. >> earlier we showed you my celebrity twin but there is plenty more where that came from. is america ready for more of these doppelgangers? ♪ freedom is the road i'm rolling on ♪ out here to a back road song ♪ like a mellowed
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♪ don't be late pajama party tonight ♪ oh what a party tonight. >> wake up, everyone. >> is it 6:00? >> yeah. >> oh my gosh. >> come on, anna. >> it's national wear your >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "fox & friends." >> so glad you are here on this day. >> shot of the morning. in case you missed it it is national wear your pajamas to work day. we decide to do celebrate in style this morning. >> yes, we did. >> clayton is a big fan of dragon hood and i wore pink camo and rick did weather in his pajamas too. big chiming. >> don't forget accepted us
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your pictures and that pa jamas so we can show them on the air. dana perino came on the show. did a walk shot and we took a little picture and that is veally awesome. look at some of these photos. >> are you ready to unleash the dragon? >> that's a private question. >> oh, come on. we have some viewer photos this morning. you guys sent in -- kind enough to send us some. 40-year-old ryan says you are never too old for batman pajamas. is he absolutely right, ryan. >> daughter celebrating pj day. >> and this family sent us their picture from the chicago bean. >> chicago. >> i was at the debate with hillary clinton and bernie sanders the other night in brooklyn. and this food truck yankee doodle dandies were there we have never got on on fox and we are all-american. >> got to get us on. >> you are wearing your stars and stripes onesie. >> josh, you created the yankee doodle dandies? >> yes, sir. >> how did you come up with
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this idea. >> i was working on wall street and pretty much hated it. and i was thinking about anything i could_tñ do to change myzñ life.]g and, you know, myñk family was in the american revolution. i have always been wereu patriotic. i moved back to tennessee. right after i moved back to tennessee i got a phone call who want to be a millionaire. $200 left to my name. got on a bus. stayed with fraternity brother in d.c. got on the game show. meredith asked what are you going to do if you win a million dollars start yankee doodle. i won a little money on the game show. got a job learned how to cook. >> what do you serve. >> we do the best all-american fare in new york city. >> wall street to street food. where is the food? we want to eat? >> we have it made for you. >> we have people on the plaza going to want to eat. >> come on out. u.s.a. food truck on twitter. follow us. you will be on "fox & friends" if you feed us.
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>> we will feed you every day. >> got some weather. getting nice out here. >> supposed to be chicken fingers in that truck. >> chicken fingers? >> we have more severe weather across parts of the plains. yesterday some tornadoes across the high plains and i think today we might see a few more. i think a better threat for hail today than the tornadoes. but i'm sure we will still see one or two. not a huge population area. that said, there are some significant cities in that spot woodward, oklahoma, amarillo down toward lubbock and abilene. you get the idea. tomorrow it moves farther off to the east. right along that i-35 corridor from dallas down to austin and houston and down to corpus, christie. on monday we are still dealing with it.
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-- you go into the high plains. see that heavy rain. watch that for three days and that means some spots 3 to 5 inches of rain. denver, we will be looking at over a foot ofo snow by the time we are done. over to you. >> foot of snow in denver. spring. >> spring in denver. >> other stories making headlines on your saturday morning. we will start with this one. a fox news alert. illegal immigrant has surrendered after a hit and run crash that left a texas pastor and his wife dead. that suspect alexis telling police he ran a red light, crashed into the pastor's car and then fled the crash scene hiding in the woods-to-a void being caught. we still don't know why he changed his mind but he turned himself in. and the conservative watchdog group judicial watch getting the green light from the state department to grill some of hillary clinton's top aids about her use of a private email server. state department agree to do judicial watch's request breaking the news late last night before the weekend. included on the list brian
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pagliano who set up clinton's server if you remember and top campaign aid yuma abedin. seeking copies of government records relate to do clinton's emails. horrible idea is not coming to a theater near you. amc was considering letting movie goers text during movies but after huge backlash, they have decide to do abandon the plan. the company tweeted out no texting at amc. won't happen. you spoke. we listened. quickly that idea has been sent to the cutting room floor. so, instead, amc will be investing $1 billion on theater renovations. they are hoping for more reservations. cheaters beware. there is now a smart mattress that will let your partner know if you are cheating. smart tress looks like any other mattress. censors suspicious movement on the bed.
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manufacturer says the8z worried partner will then receive an alert if there is any activity on their phone, the mattress is designed by a spanish company that says it came up with the idea after a study finding that spaniards are the most unfaithful people in europe. >> that was not our study. >> during the siesta. >> what if it's like your dog goes and jumps on the bed. >> that would be suspicious movement. >> who is in bed with you? it's rufus. >> to see if your spouse is cheating on. >> you you have whole other problem. >> sanders parker on the show. discovered photo. sister uncovered this photo from the late 1800s of his great, great, great grandfather who looks like an absolute doppelganger to matthew mcconaughey. we spoke to him earlier on the show and how he discovered these photos. listen. >> it's about 120 years old. weave found out very very late 1800s is when it was taken. we found a couple others and
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admittedly this is definitely the one that's the most mcconaugheyee. i think the response has been overwomenning. shocking really. cool we got to highlight a piece of our family however be it. we have had a lot of fun with it. >> we thought we would look at some of our doppelgangers here and a lot of people have weighed in and thought our own ed henry looks like snl jason sedakus. >> anna, gwyneth paltrow. >> i like use my glamour shot. >> you are more buff. >> how about clayton? >> a lot of people said i look like dave that matthews. >> under the table in dreaming. i see it. >> somebody in our staff thinks it's jim carrey which i don't know whoo that is but my wife thought, she said she thinks i look like benedict sherlock home playing dr. strange.
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>> i love him but i don't think you look like him at all. >> from strar -- "star trek" you have to see it side by side. >> john says his dad has been mistaken for bernie sanders. >> holy smokes. you have got to play that up, man. >> also, for some reason walking around the house bashing wall street. >> i wonder if he has the same mannerisms and everything. >> lou wrote us from new york and says he looks like carcinoma rove. >> a little bit. >> a little bit. >> be nice the karl. >> i love karl. >> you don't know that. >> you know who everybody -- lieu, i think you look young and fabulous. ed henry. >> we love our viewers but we love karl, too. >> people tell me all the time i don't get gwyneth paltrow i get ainsley earhardt. >> yesterday i was in staten island and the guy i just interviewed looks up at the tv because we had "fox & friends" playing and he goes is that you? >> i'm right here. >> how are you on tv and
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interviewing me. >> send us your doppelgangers ff weekend on twitter. you can also find us on facebook. >> if you were watching this week, you witnessed intense moments on the campaign trail. >> i'm sure a lot of people are surprise to do learn that you supported raising the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. >> wait a minute, wait a minute. wait a minute. >> that's just not accurate. >> well did. that hurt hillary or did it help her? lee carter just arrived. brand new dial test showing what voters thought. she is breaking the news right here next. stick around for. this because you won't believe how easy it is to steal your credit card number and personal information using the very same machines that you use to buy things every day. you will never see it coming. we will show you exactly how it works. and yankee doodle dandy is here. let's get some food. ♪ dreaming in red, white, and blue ♪ only in america ♪ where we dream as big as
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let's get up and moving and grooving. quick headlines. frightening moments at the white sox rays game. woman taken out of a stretcher seventh inning after being hit in the left eye. it had gone between the gap in the neglect that was designated for photographers. and a mountain lion causes chaos on a california high school campus. the big scat was spotted in granada hills. prompting a school wide lockdown. police chased him off campus and into the neighborhood. animal control was able to tranquilizer him in someone's front yard before he was given a quick checkup andv released back into the hills. anna, ed, over to you.
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>> hillary and bernie sanders went head to head. i was there. made -- republicans made their play at the annual republican gala. what did voters think of the push before the new york tuesday primary? we have lee carter and some of the night's biggest moments to the dial test. she joins us with the results. it's always awesome to have you. we want to figure out what voters actually think. not what all the wise guy think. here is ted ted cruz at that gala. he had a pretty rough reception at the audience over new york values and all the rest. here is his pitch. >> new york city is hallowed grounds. it is the site of the worst terrorist attack on united states soil. and, yet, in the 15 years since 9/11, enemy washington have forgotten. today, when we see an attack, whether in paris,
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whether in brussels, whether in san bernardino, inevitably barack obama goes on national television, refuses to say the words radical islamic terrorism. >> you could hear plates clanging in the background. people were not paying attention. how did he do on the dial. >> you saw in the beginning it was just flat. and so people gave him a c as he was talking about new york. when he started going after barack obama and saying he would not talk about radical islamic terrorism. it start to do go back up and gave him a much better grade. overall we asked participants and respond dents one word to associate with ted cruz they said pandering. nod good. >> donald trump was at that same gala. this is his turf in fairness to ted cruz. here is what donald trump said and then we will look at the dials. >> just some great, great experiences from new york. and we can do the same thing with our country. we can bring these jobs in under budget instead of 20 times budget. [cheers] >> we need inthat structure.
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we need more military. our military is being disseminated. we have got to take care of our vets. we have got to do so many things but we can do it. >> well, that's interesting. so, there was a lot more what does it mean. >> there was. you could see a steady, steady climb. that dip at the end was really after it was over. steady, steady climb. independents like him even more than republicans. they gay him an a. this the is donald trump that people have gotten used to, they say. give us solutions. bring it back home and this is what they want to hear from him again. >> was speaking more slow58]÷ thanl& the usual rally,w calm, is there a less therein for him. back to the freezing rain structure making things good bringing things back, more of that rhetoric getting people excited. >> let's look real bernie sanders and hillary clinton. >> i am sure a lot of people are very surprised to learn
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that you supported raising the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. >> wait a minute. wait a minute. wait. come on. i have stood on the debate stage. >> hello, can i. >> with senator sanders 8 prior times. >> excuse me. secretary, senator, please. >> raise it to 15 in morning or los angeles or seattle, let's do it. [crowd booing] >> if you are both screaming at each other, the viewers won't be able to hear either of you. >> was i there. the bernie camp thought they scored and clinton camp angry. what's the verdict. >> they gave bernie a b. as soon as he started talking, the dials took a dive. you know, and usually this happens when people start arguing. people don't like to see it but usually you start to see it rebound. it didn't happen. i'm not sure if it's just that folks aren't used to seeing the two of them go at it quite as much as they did or just a one-on-one combat. >> what are they saying about hillary overall? >> i hate to use this word with you we did ask the one gq)táájt)páed with hillary and they used the word shrill
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and very defensive. that's not good for her. especially the word defensive. when you are in a debate you want to be controlling the dialogue. that was not overall good for her. >> lee carter, great insight and analysis. we really appreciate it coming up, here is something you don't see on "fox & friends" every day. bernie sanders campaign manager. he is about to join us lye to answer our questions. don't miss this. and you won't believe how easy it is to steal your credit card number and all of your personal info using the same machines you use to buy things every day. this happened to me two weeks ago. we guarantee you will never see it coming. kurt the cyber guy is here. show you how it works next. i know what i can expect from usaa
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hi, everyone, good morning. a fox news alert. a race against anytime southern japan. as rescue crews search for survivors of a second deadly earthquake followed by a volt cano. right now at least 29 people are dead and 1500, 1500 hurt. guantanamo bay's oldest living prisoner, a former friend of usama bin laden officially deemed too dangerous to release. the gitmo parole board denying 68-year-old saying he poses a threat to national security. and the singer prince rushed to the hospital after his private jet made an emergency landing in illinois. the singer was coming back from a show in atlanta when his flu symptoms took a turn for the worse while in flight. he was released from the hospital three hours later and is reportedly doing okay. okay. clayton, over to you.
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dead responding to a call for help. the gunman opening fire at a home near washington, d.c. as firefighters were responding to a welfare check. a second firefighter also shot is injured but alive and still in surgery, we're told, at this hour. police tell us they have the shooter in custody and that the suspect is cooperating with police but still no word on who he or she is. or why they may have opened fire. we'll continue to follow it and break in with new details. and a veteran florida zoo keeper known as tiger whisperer has been maul to do death by one of those big cats. it happened yesterday in palm beach that zoo keeper performing a routine procedure when the animal attacked. the zoo will remain closed this weekend and investigation is underway fedex worker wrong place to catch some z's. fell asleep catching a plane in memo miss. money noticed until the flight was ready to land in lubbock. waking up toward the end of
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the flight. he stunned crew after knocking on the cabin door. he meant no harm and no arrests were made. hillary clinton counting on life's small victories. >> help me win next tuesday. next tuesday. >> democratic frontrunner crowned champion of this dominoes game while visiting a senior center in harlem, new york yesterday and then telling competitors to vote for her in tuesday's primary because if you stick with me you will wyndham knows. >> like reichmuth is outside. hoping it's spring like. chilly out there, man. >> it's chilly in the morning but warm up quite nicely. i think we need to turn this in to the "fox & friends" food truck turns sits here permanently those chicken fingers really good. spring weather clayton clayton, it feels like it.
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h high pressure+t controlling everything across the east. nothing but blue sky and temperatures warming up a lot. down across parts of the central gulf, that's where you have the moisture coming. in rockies, cold air causing big storm. snow and severe weather again today. and when you look at the satellite and radar picture it shows you exactly that the clearer skies across the east. big storm we have the planes, snow falling across parts of new mexico and eastern arizona in the white mountains and in towards the central rockies. see 1 to 2 feet of snow by the time it's done. denver about a foot of snow by the time it's done and rain is going to fall for days across the central plains along with the severe some spots 5 to 10 inches of rain. more flooding. so much flooding across the plains this year and another potential flooding event underway, guys? >> well, the question about bernie sanders' trip to the vatican, would bernie sanders be meeting with the pope one-on-one? he has been sort of slammed by democrats by saying, look, is he going to be leaving new york area, going to the vatican at the same
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time hillary clinton also going out to california to raise money. is he in the vatican. was he going to meet with the pope at all? turns out it happened. >> it happened overnight. just about five minutes in a foyer. this was not some grand, long sitdown. but he got an audience with the pope. anybody would want to do that bernie sandersz? spoke -- he was moved by it animated his campaign about income inequality. and you mentioned an interesting contrast which is that, yes, he left new york. is he off the campaign trail but meeting with pope francis. hillary clinton leaves the campaign trail at least in new york. she is going to campaign in california open events. raise money. head table at this fund raisener san francisco last night to sit with hillary clinton and the clooneys you had to either contribute and/or raise $350,000. >> meanwhile the average donation for bernie sanders has been something like 27 bucks.
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>> this is not without controversy. that element of this -- >> -- conservatives saying is he talking too much about socialistic economic policies and liberals wondering why bernie sanders is doing this when on social issues, a whole range of them bernie sanders is not on the same page. >> we will talk to bernie sanders campaign manager who is going to join us in justat-é moments, jeff weaver. does it help or hurt bernie sanders. >> or really they thinks it's a really cool moment. >> how many catholics are in the state of new york. >> a lot. >> pope did say the pope is not injecting himself into this campaign as pope francis has been criticized in the past for doing. it still looks good that he was the only candidate to get one-on-one with him. >> a lot happening on the republican in washington right now. keeping an eye on donald trump and the rest of the republican candidate. a lot going on today. including in wyoming there, garrett. >> there certainly is. ed. good morning to you as well as clayton and anna. donald trump over the last
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couple weeks has not been hiding his frustration with the nomination process as a whole specifically how delegates are awarded in some states. and yesterday he made those concerns very clear in an editorial in the "wall street journal" titled let me ask america a question how has this system been working out for you and your family. in editorial he republican rival ted cruz what we are seeing now is not a proper use of the rules but a flagrant abruise because of the rules. delegates are supposed to reflect the decision of voters. the decision is being rigged by party operatives with double digit delegates who reject the decision of voters. later in the day, at a rally in connecticut, trump continued those same lines of attack and threatened that millions of voters won't show up in november if he is not the nominee. >> they are very, very angry. and they are disenfranchised. and then we have a rigged system on top of it. but, despite the rigging, i think we get there before
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the convention. i think we do. >> republican national committee is pushing back against trump's criticisms arguing all of the campaigns knew exactly what the rules were back in october and didn't have any issues with themn; until now these are the same rules that have been around for 160 years. the problem is most people never really cared about our rules and how we nominate someone for our party and now everyone is paying attention. it is different than, you know, what we normally are used to when you don't pay attention to it. >> donald trump and john kasich will both be campaigning in new york today. ted cruz, meanwhile, will be in wyoming for a state convention where 14 delegates are up for grabs. back to y'all. >> critics of the process that think that it is rigged and side with donald trump is something this resembles ola oligarchy instead of a
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democracy. >> he is trying to wrap all of this up in what he sees as dysfunctional system in washington overall. not just party rules with the republicans. but saying, you know, the establishment has it rigged against you. obviously a smart political play for him because that just fires up his supporters even more. >> he is, of course, going after ted cruz saying going after these delegates the way they have been campaigning all through the fall, meeting with unbound delegates, attack -- taking them out to dinner. that's what donald trump has been calling into question. rewind the videotape a bit. remember when ted cruz said this to donald trump and calling him out about having trump voters sort of raise their hand and take a pledge. watch. >> you know, at donald's rallies recently, raise their hands/#)]ñ and pledge ther support to him. to me, that's exactly backwards. this is a job interview. we are here pledging our support to you.
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not the other way around. [cheers and applause] >> that was emphatic denouncement of that policy. >> fast forward to now. cruz campaign what is going on in wyoming pick 14 delegates who they are going to be supporting. this is what the pledge says. it's a pledge, folks. i hereby pledge by signing below promise to support senator ted cruz until i am released by ed buchanan by the ted cruz for president campaign. >> there is first, second, third, fourth, fifth ballot. >> he said thatti n march. >> it's a month later. pledge smedge -- >> what do you make of it. the criticism -- not the criticism but the idea that the cruz campaign really well back in the fall dana perino said if the trump had been aware or listening to what the cruz campaign was doing even back in the fall, even before we had all of
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the -- you know, primaries and caucuses meeting with unbound delegates. >> if ted cruz gets the delegates and system is mess dollars up and people want to change the rules down the road. he works in the system and these are the rules, dana perino was talking about this earlier and she made a good point. watch. >> also shifting the narrative from i'm losing in the delegate count to the delegate count and the way it's done is not fair then he said if he becomes president in the op-ed he would change the system. maybe if if you are the head of the republican national committee you could change the process. the thing is you go to war with the military you have. you go into an election with the system that you have. the system is not going to change the next five months it is a system that we have it is a system that we have at least for this >> people raising the question would he then -- donald trump is going to be
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on our show in just a short time here. that question that's been raised time and time again. you know, you go in with the army you have. what if he switches armies. >> she is quoting donald rumsfeld there. also saying what donald trump is doing obviously, politically is trying to change the narrative that he was losing delegates to ted cruz. you make this not about losing delegates but make this about the system is rigged and fits into this broader narrative and message that has worked for donald trump saying everybody in washington is not helping you folks. >> instead of saying the rnc is out to get me as trump has been saying before. it's the are nc is out to get you so that way it makes them feel empathy for them. the cruz camp on the other hand these are the rules. if you are a deal maker and nothing gets in your way if you want to get something done you should have known the rules. >> donald trump coming up as you say. also, here is something you don't see on "fox & friends" every day. bernie sanders campaign manager is about to join us live. he answers our questions and your questions if you want to tweet us next.
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presidential candidate bernie sanders having a one-on-one meet with pope francis after the pope had refused to get involved in u.s. politics. they said in the vatican unlikely they would meet. jeff weaver, first interview since that happenedins us sitting down with "fox & friends." great to see, jeff. >> nice to see you. >> how did this come
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together? i hate to turn immediately to politics. we have a primary in three days. a lot of catholic voters in new york. is it going to help you. >> look, something transcends politics. invitation he received from the vatican. speaks on the trump. great admiration for pope francis' views on moral and climate change. something he felt he couldn't refuse. >> on social issues you may have some in your party saying why is he with the pope when on abortion, same sex marriage, whole range of issues bernie sanders disagrees sharply with the pope. >> he does have dispreements on social but, you know, it's similar to when bernie sanders went to liberty university and spoke. you have to find common ground with people so you can make progress where you can try to find common ground. worked with john mcdine france -- john mccain to transform healthcare.
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>> bernie sanders releases tax returns. been under pressure from hillary clinton's campaign to do that effective tax rate he paid in 2013 was 13.5%. your candidate wants to raise americans' taxes pretty big in order to pay for socialist programs and yet he only paid 13.5% in taxes. >> that's the way the tax system is setézz up. trout of the matter is he is one of the poorest members of the u.s. senate. if you compare his income compared to secretaryutijujjráks much, much higher. >> you needed me to next question why from a political strategy standpoint get these rushes out sooner? she was making and we have on the screen, i think, coming up in a minute here. her speeches with $20,300,000 a pop. that's more than bernie sanders made last year. wouldn't that have been good for you to get those out. you see those speeches out there 200, $300,000. why didn't you get the tax returns out sooner. >> the truth of the matter what people got yesterday were the schedules. the top two pages, the main part of the tax form was
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released back june. this was much ado about nothing. these returns have been out there. >> do you think now hillary clinton she had been demanding he release the tax returns you demanded she release the wall street transcripts of the speeches. will they come out. >> you will have to ask the clinton campaign about that they should be released she received $225,000 apiece for speaking to goldman sachs and other banks. foreign companies. drug companies. you know, what's in those speeches? we know in her contract with all these companies she required them to make a transcript and give it to her. we know somewhere there is a big pile of transcripts. all she has to do is turn them over. >> big primary on tuesday in new york. is this a must win. >> clearly we have owin most of the states going forward. that's just what the math is no state we have to win senator is going to do well. is he a native son of new york. big rally in new albany. is he going to do well here.
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do we have to win? it's proportional on the democratic side unlike the republican side. >> he has been out there saying that the system is rigged against him and bernie sanders. these are two much different figures. he says he is getting ripped off on delegates and so is bernie sanders because of super delegates. do you have some kinship with donald trump on that. >> i wouldn't call it kinship. look, when we get through this process neither of the democratic process is going to have enough pledged candidates to win. we are going to go to the convention and make a strong case to the super delegates that bernie sanders is the strongest candidate in the fall. beats donald trump and all the other republicans by higher margins than secretary clinton. she loses to cruz and kasich in many cases. i think the super delegates are going to win in november. bernie sanders is the candidate to do it. >> thanks for joining us. drop that bagel. one of popular breakfast foods millions of americans are eating every day that are making them ugly. this is not a joke. we brought in a doctor to prove it. i want to hear his theory next ♪ how about cooking something up with me. ♪ hey, hey, sweet baby
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hello, friends, good morning, don't you want to look younger. so foods you eat could be aging you. luckily some simple food swaps could make you look 10 years younger. here to help with you those tips is our plastic surgeon and anti-aging expert the author of the fix dr. anthony eun, good morning. >> thank you. >> from a man who makes his money off plastic surgery you are telling people don't get plastic surgery just eat these foods instead. >> scientifically proven that the foods we eat canzs have a profound impact on how old we look and how quickly we age. how about everybody can look 10 years younger without
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having surgery starts with food. >> if we are having a bagel or toast this morning and normally we would put cream cheese on it you said instead switch out for almond butter. >> cream cheese is not good for skin. dairy increases acne and a lot of times cream cheese has added sugar for different flavors. sugar is the worst thing for our skin. almond butter is choced full of. >> i like them both by a spoonful just out of the jar. >> good fats and proteins. >> eating potatoes at home or option of french fries or baked fries. you don't want the white ones but the sweet potatoes, why? >> whited potatoes are both good four. both contain fiber good for digestion system. sweet potatoes full of vitamin a great for skin. have you ever heard of
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retinol? >> cream a lot of dermatologists recommend. >> best anti-aging creams on the market today. those are forms of vitamin a. sweet toe at a time toes full of vitamin a. apply it to skin. eat the sweet potatoes get it inside and out. >> perfect. replace guilty the mayonnaise which is so yummy and delicious and tasty with avocados which also is it has the same smooth texture. >> you can mash those avocados bad thing with mayo high in calories. a lot of sodium and saturated fat. great thing about avocados anti-inflammatory to the skin and actually moisturize skin from the inside out. >> fat is good fat. >> good fat versus bad fat. >> i'm with you on all of these. i can't get rid of this. we need to swap out the blends for green tea. >> this is a tough one because people love their blends. they need caffeine. black blends is not bad for you. it does have antioxidant but
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what's bad is all the stuff we put in it, the cream, the sugar, the splenda. >> i think if if you cut me open white powder would come out. i have so much. >> most powerful antioxidant in the world. probably the best drink we have for skin. >> antioxidants other thing we try to put on skin. finally swap out vegetable oil for olive oil. >> bad fat. terrible for skin. inflammatory. olive oil filled with mono like avocado great for skin. anti-inflammatory. >> once again the name of the book is "age fix." thank you so much for coming on. >> thanks for having me, anna. >> go to his site and find outql how you can look 10 years younger without surgery. >> got to like it. >> friends at home, stick around, because we have got a huge, huge show ahead. donald trump is going to be here live. don't go anywhere. so much for one cold beer on a friday night. what does country star zach brown have to say for
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>> bring the wave back. >> what about you gwyneth paltrow? >> i have gotten that a few times. producer uses my glamour shot. >> from the mall? >> good. people think i look like young dave matthews. >> a little bit. >> i don't see it in that picture. >> i think you need more facial hair then maybe i would see it. >> dave put on like 20 pounds. >> can you do the funky dancing. >> with the knees? wiggle of the knee. >> viewers are weighing in. terry's dad says looks like the old man from up. >> pixar film. >> yeah. >> with the glasses and put the look on his face holding balloons. >> joel says he has been told he lacks like tom sell lick. >> emily says she looks lick amman can a -- amanda siegfried. >> one of our writers gina looks like michelle rodriguez. >> from lost, right?
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>> yes. which one is this? >> she was a feisty one. she was tough. >> the writer. yeah. she is pretty tough. >> send us your doppel gangers. we would love to see them on our page. >> illegal immigrant has surrendered after a hit and run crash that left a texas pastor and his wife dead. that suspect alexis del rosa sosa, telling police he ran a red light crashed into the pastor's car. fled into the scenes to avoid getting caught. we don't know why he changed his mind. but he did turn himself. in and the mystery reasons around the disappearance of exarmy ranger and wife in washington state. investigators say patrick and his wife monique received death threats from a neighbor before vanishing on monday leaving farm
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unattended. the suv was found in remote wooded area. police are calling the investigation suspicious. and a cold beer probably won't fix it this one where zach brown. >> little bit of chicken fries. cold beer on a friday night ♪ a pair of jeans just fit just right ♪ and the radio on. >> the singer and married father of five was caught up in a drug bust with strippers last week in a palm beach hotel room. and now he is apologizing to his fans. brown posted this on facebook. he wrote: my dad always said nothing good ever happens when you stay out late.mo he says he didn't know the strippers or people caught with cocaine and marijuana. brown is not facing any charges in that raid. it was a ride of her life, thanks to tesla's self-driving car. >> my first day out and i'm a car, awe.. bill, just put me back for me to drive it oh, dear jesus. >> jesus, take the wheel.
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william rimmer was filming his 70-year-old mother's reaction as she was driving the tesla model s taking turns with the auto pilot function. i have been behind one of those cars and it is trippi. i was sitting there doing the hand jive like this and reading brian kilmeade's george washington "secret six book" and it was just taking the wheel. out to you. how is the weather looking? please tell me it's warming up? >> sun is coming up so it is going to/ warm up nicely. i was asking for people's spring pictures. i will show you one of my vacation pictures. this was tokyo, japan this week. i went there on vacation. look at the cherry blossoms. they did not disappoint. that is my picture for spring. what are yours? send them to me on twitter or facebook or instagram or wherever. spring is happening across the eastern two thirds of the country. the western part of the country not the case. we had the big storm going on there and we have got a lot of snow across parts of the central rockies. down toward the southern rockies in around new mexico and very heavy rain across
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kansas this morning. why this arch, get ready to spread down across parts of texas. temps are going to be warm and looking at severe weather by the temperature this afternoon. >> tokyo looked good. >> it was amazing. >> foot of snow on the east coast? >> we are not going to get that foot of snow here. don't you worry. >> grilling time. weather warming up time to fire up the grill. >> here with the best grills for all of your outdoor needs. clinton carter senior editor for "men's health." >> it's grilling season. we're going to go down the line. what are we going to start with here? >> this is the coleman road trip grill. perfect travel. you have got these burners that are hot enough to sear your steaks. anything like that. it collapses so easy for transportation. these go in. this pops out. and now you have got. >> close that tailgate, go to the park. rock the party.
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>> want a more permanent grill. >> char broil, this one is gas. propane fed grill down here. but then can you just quickly you pop this in and then it's coals. so you can either grill on gas or use the gas to warm up the coals. they have got the convenience of the gas and flavor of coal. really innovative design here so you don't have to be in one camp or the other gas or coal the debate ends. 299. >> warm your buns down here. >> i need something to warm my buns right now. >> warm your buns on this too. >> smoker? >> this is the weber smoky mountain. little bit different. you are not talking about low controlled heat for like really smoky ribs or pulled pork or like tender brisket. you load up mosquito or cherry wood chips down there. put this in 200 or
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250-degree range. let that go for a few hours and get really amazing barbecue. >> okay. talk about low and slow. >> yeah. if you don't know the big green egg, like this thing is a ceramic orb. controls temperature probably better than anything you have cooked on before. do 700-degree really good sear on a steak or that low 220 degrees barbecue stuff. you know, you will see this in the kitchens in like high end chefs will use it because so much control. combings in a variety of sizes. this is the minute my max. >> this is the little green egg. they're heavy. this thing still weighs 90 pounds. >> >> you are there at the magazine and there are guys who have man caves and they want to splurge. this is for outside the man cave. give me the grill that does everything. >> i say should i get this one? >> this is a luxury -- you should get this one. if you want to building is resembling outdoor kitchen. this is the one to go with. this is the lengs pizza
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oven. you can roast meats and vets tabs. primarily designed for pizza. crank this up to 700 degrees. throw your pie in there for 3 or 4 minutes and then you get that neapolitan style crush. flakey and charred and puffed up. >> >> warm things up down there. the grilling action happens up here. >> thank you, clinton. >> yeah. >> anna,mwelcome to the morris' artesianal pizza. >> coming up here on the show, a new movie airing on hbo this week aims to explosive anita hill hearings. >> i deny every allegation against me today that suggested that i, in any way, ever harassed anita hill. >> our next guest claims the hbo show starring kerry washington another witch hunt. >> secret plot to sabotage donald donald trump's run for the white house.
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ryans and ludicrous to discuss criminal justice reform. >> anita hill gets a whole new hearing and new hbo film that revives the 1991 senate confirmation of supreme court justice clarence thomas. listen. >> during the fall of 1982. >> judge thomas began to use work situations to discuss sex. i could not keep silent. >> is it true? is the story true? >> i deny every allegation against me today that suggested that i, in any way, ever harassed anita hill. this is a circus. national disgrace. and from my standpoint, it's a high tech lynching. >> but a lot of critics say it pushes a very specific political agenda. mark is a former white house assistant counsel under george h.w. bush and says the new drama distorts history and clearly has an
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agenda. good morning. >> good morning. >> you have seen the transcripts of all of this and that's what you believe. what agenda do you think hbo is pushing. >> this is a movie that tries to rewrite history. 1991 when the american people watched those hearings they believed clarence thomas 2 to 1. some 3 to 1. anita hill's story didn't add up. she followed him to another job after he allegedly harassed her. witnesses were incredibly weak. >> sometimes don't victims do that? >> a yale educated lawyer going from a job at the department of education with a career status to another job? no. i think that's very rare. in fact, one of the things that showed her to be incredible with her three reasons why she explained why she went over to another job. she said she was going to lose her job. found out during hearing career employee. she said she didn't know who thomas' successor was. sitting down the hall six weeks. spoke to her. offered her a job and wanted her to say. then she said that the department of education was going to be abolished.
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ed, you know, that's incredible and ludicrous. the department of education is bigger and better than ever -- i don't know about better but bigger to this day. >> kerry washington has already spoken out. she said there is no political agenda here. let's listen to her and then we will react. >> it's not about propaganda. it's not about taking sides. it's about human beings trying to really struggle with issues of identity and morality and truth. >> are you buying that? >> not at all. what they do in w. this movie it make her more believable. they can say it's not propaganda. it isíi propaganda. this is hbo that has a long-time left wing record. and when they leave things out that the american people saw at the time that showed her to be not credible. thomas had 12 women testify, former co-workers testify, five or six of them who worked with anita hill who said this was absolutely
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impossible to have happened. >> why do you think hbo want to do put this out. >> it's interesting. i think the left have always hated clarence thomas for being a black conservative to put it candidly. they thought they would drop this movie in the middle of an election year to help hillary clinton. first woman running for the white house and reboot this bogus war on women, you know, narrative that the left and hbo and democrats dredge up every election year. >> it's not just election year. you also have a supreme court nomination on the table with merrick garland. president obama was on fox last weekend making his case. you have been through this process before as white house counsel. what do you expect moving forward here with merrick garland. >> i say this. the democrats have been ten times worse than republicans over the years, absolutely vicious. if you look at the democratic nominees, we have been -- republicans have been gentlemen, okay. when you think of robert bowrk and think of clarence thomas and sam alito, are
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clarence thomas was the lowest of the low. i hope the republicans stand strong and let the people decide in november. but there isn't going to be the character assassination that they did to clarence thomas and to robert bourque. >> pretty intense times. >> thank you for having me. >> donald trump making it clear he does not agree with the g.o.p. nomination process. the rnc says deal with it donald trump is here to respond next hour live. >> don't miss it. and, the apple car no longer just a rumor. the pictures that nobody has seen yet and the unveiling of that new concept will happen here live next. what? ♪bt you don't look a day over ♪
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♪oh yeah welcome back, "motor trend" magazine ruffled feathers this week. releasing rend ergs of what they thought the much anticipated apple car might look like. so here was the never before seen 3d print model. ed lowe, nice to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> to be fair, apple had nothing to do with your story. >> nothing at all, no comment, no official word at all. >> you guys got together in a room, concept and engineers, trying to visualize what it might look like. >> we talk to the experts, across the strit, talked to google, the design, got the experts involved, and we very quickly put together a model of what we think the apple car
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could be, should be, a lot of interesting ideas in then we got destroyed on the internet. >> obliterated. >> yeah, okay. >> there you go, you're been doing this since 1950s with concept ideas. >> absolutely. we speculated on the future flying car. we've done midengine corvettes through the '70s through two years ago. it's very much in our nature to do fun, forward-thinking, forward-looking, et future on possible cars. >> apple had nothing to do with it. >> nothing. >> what are millennials are buying. cars that you are ranking high that parents may want to pick up. start with the jeep. >> so this is the wrangleer back country. it is in this crazy, extreme purple color. this is a special model for them. you get a very cool, special front bumper. >> some details. >> and you guys like this one. >> awesome offroad. >> love this thing for camping,
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hiking, going off until the woods. >> first car i ever bought was a honda civic. >> this is the number one selling vehicle for people under 35. it is the coupe model, it's extra sporting looking, fantastic fuel economy. highway, 1.5 liter engine. >> i love the new design. >> people love this car. >> let's talk about the hyundai. >> a great value here. i mean, if you load this thing up, doesn't go higher than $27,5 $27,500. heated seats in the back, power seats, android mobile apple car play involved. it's fantastic. o there's a lot going on. this is also all new this year. >> start at 22,000, right? wow. >> 22, fully loaded, can't go higher than 27.
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>> this is a volt. a lot of hype around the tesla model 3 and the achieve has one that's a bolt that's all electric. this is the latest version of the hybrid volt. >> how does it work? the hybrid, the gas in it -- >> exactly, you can get about 53 miles using the battery and motor combination, then another 300 and some miles on the gas engine. it's a combination of duopower trends. >> ford explorer. >> ford says this is the number one suv for people between the ages and 20 and 34. also number one among women. popular. and the industry is showing, everybody's going to suvs. >> all right. ed lowe had a busy week at "motor trends." nice to see you. coming up here on the show, donald trump is going to join us live. we're going to ask him about his claims that the nomination process is rigged. he's tired of all the
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good morning, it's saturday, the 16th of april, breaking overnight. the pope meets one on one with bernie sanders. and this morning, the interview you won't see on any other show. how was it arranged, straight from bernie's campaign manager. and a third of donald trump supporters say he should run as an independent if he does not reach the magic number and win the nomination. >> they're very, very angry, and they're disinfranchised, then we have a rigged system on top of it, but despite the rigging, i think we get there before the convention. i think we do. >> so, if voters rebel against the republican establishment, should donald trump make a third party run, we'll ask him. plus senator ted cruz is using interesting delegate tactics trying to get delegates
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to pledge on to his campaign before people even vote. so a lot of candidates are spending a lot of time on the road. >> is in a bernie sanders and donald trump? >> yeah. >> no. what the candidates do to stay healthy on the road. we've got some impersonators. the best impersonators money can buy. ♪ call me on my cell phone, snl ♪ >> mornings are better with friends here on "fox & friends," welcome to the fourth hour of the show. ♪ >> oh my gosh. >> it's national wear your pajamas to workday. good morning, welcome to "fox & friends" and i'm so glad you're here on this day.
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>> yeah, this is the highlight. the video of the clinton campaign can't wait to throw in my face. >> national wear your pajamas to workday. we're asking for people's pictures all morning long. kids want to watch tv and cartoons and saying no, you've got to watch "fox & friends," we want to thank p.j., court courtesy of forever lazy. >> they can watch "fox & friends" and watch something they want to kwach. mom and dad, send us the pictures, we want to the show them. we are going to talk with donald trump. right now we have headlines, fox news alert, bernie sanders meeting with the pope in at private one on one meeting. that happened with pope francis overnight. sanders was in vatican city earlier this week after inviting himself to a social scientist konchs. the pontiff making it clear he didn't want to be roped into politics. sanders said it was productive, emphasizing morality and the u.s. economy. inflatable workstation room
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has stalled on the internation space station, the baem is made up of layers of fabric that expand and matches the pressure of the space station. mod or it temperature and radiation changes as well as the resistance and possible debris. the full expansion of the new has been take module won't happen until late may and will be up for two years. and if you own a gm or achieve truck, better listen up, gm is announcing a major recall this morning, more than one million trucks with seat belts that may not work. affected models include the 2014 and 2015 chevy silverado. the steel table that connects the staeblt to those truck wears down over time and potentially next. star wars fans are looking at the progress made at two new disney theme parks. you want to take this? >> this is in california.
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the 360 degree look shows you the ground breaking along with r 2 d 2, i see fighters there. this is exciting. building it also hollywood studios, of course, the force awakens, one of the biggest movies of all time. >> just out there. >> my son is saying, when's that coming? joining us now is donald trump, good morning, mr. trump. >> good morning. >> it's good to have you. you've been out there complaining about the delegates system, and i wonder, is this a short term political play where you're trying to get your voters out in some of these final key primaries or this a more long-term play where if you don't get the delegates, you're trying to stir up a real revolt. >> it's not a play at all. i'm winning by a lot, cruz is in third place. he's fading fast. and he doesn't like that, he can't handle that too well actually. but millions more votes, and i also have many more delegates, but it's a rigged system. i see it. i'm a smart guy, i'm al business
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guy, and nobody ever really understood the system until i brought it out. and it's a rigged system. when you look at wyoming, when you look at colorado, the bosses are picking the people. wyoming actually said they're going to save costs and didn't want to the go to an election with the people. they said that yesterday, and i said wow, that's something. i'm funding my own campaign. i'm putting up my own money. i'm not going to go out and waste a lot of money. i've spent less money than almost anybody else and i'm. first place by a lot. and you know, that's make the kind of president you want to have frankly if you want to know the truth. i don't want to waste money going to wyoming, sending crews for months and months knowing you're not going to beat the bosses. i've beaten the bosses. one instance is in illinois, the ricket's family, they own the cubs, i think they're terrible, but the rickets family is, you know, spending a fortune on fighting me.
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i never even met these people and yet i won illinois. they spent a fortune fighting me in illinois, and i beat them and they own the chicago cubs. good luck to the chicago cubs. >> and mr. trump, you said that no one was really talking about this delegate process until you started shining a light on it, which you're probably right about that, although the rnc chairman, reince priebus says look, we've known about this for a long time. listen to him and senator cruz on this issue. >> i got to say, it ain't rocket science. if anyone is running an effective and confident presidential campaign, hate it ought to be able to figure out how to actually go and win an election. >> these are the same rules that have been around for 160 years, so the problem is obviously most people never really cared about our rules and how we nominate someone for our party. and now everyone's paying attention. >> now erin's paying attention. what do you say to that? >> let's start with lying ted
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cruz. he lies more than any human being i've seen for a long time. he talks about the campaign, i'm beating him badly. i'm spending much less money, he's spending special interest money and his lobbyist money because the lobbyist tell him what to do and when to do it. i spend my own money, way ahead of him in the primaries. millions, i'm not talking about like two votes. millions of votes ahead, and i'm beating them by hundreds of delegates. and yet, i tell you the system is rigged. because they don't want me to be there, i understand that, you know, i just understand how it works. and they don't like that i understand, and they don't like that i don't want their money. and it bothers them because they won't influence, and we can do what's right for the american people. excuse me, when you look at ted cruz, that's the way it is, he talks about the election, i mean the gay is losing badly -- guy is losing badly. he can't win unless he gets to a second ballot. >> does this mean that the truce
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with there with the rnc, with you and reince priebus, are you thinking about an independent run again? >> the voters aren't voting. colorado, wyoming, they're not -- you saw what happened yesterday in colorado. they had a massive rally of people and frankly, if it didn't rain, they would have -- i mean, it was big anyway, but they would have had tremendous numbers of people. and that's lapping in a lot of other places. did. >> mr. trump, you're right, it is being mirrored in wyoming, they have 14 delegates up for grabs and it's republican power sitters that are sticking -- >> that's right. >> it is the rules. it was that way from the beginning. from the cruz campaign they say we put in the efforts and over the long haul and that's the way you win a presidential campaign and donald trump is a deal maker and doesn't letting my get in his way, why didn't you know the
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rules? >> i don't want to waste millions of dollars knowing the system is rigged. i don't want to waste millions of dollars going out to wyoming, many months before to wine and dine and to essentially pay off all these people because a lot of it's a payoff, you understand that, treat them, take them to dinner, get them hotels, the whole thing is a big payoff. i've understood this for a long time, never said anything because frankly i wasn't involved in politics other than on the other side. i used to be establishment, but when you listen to reince, two things, first of all, i kill ted cruz when it comes to votes. that's why he doesn't to want go to vote. i beat him all the time. he's going to lose to hillary so badly. i'm the only one that's going to beat hillary clinton, but ted cruz can't beat me when it comes to voting. and that's why i have 22 states, and he has, what does he have nine or ten or something, and millions of votes ahead. despite the rigging of the system, many delegates, now as
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far as reince is concerned, he said the system hasn't changed. it did change. when i announced in june the system is one way. after they saw that i was going to win colorado, in august, they changed can the system. and he keeps saying it wasn't changed, but when they saw that i was going to win colorado like i did, florida, like i did arizona, and like i did many other states, then what they did is they changed the system. it's a crooked deal. it's a rigged system. >> i want to get your take on what ted cruz slammed you for during the march debate when he was criticizing you for this, let's take a look at -- well, back in march, he was criticizing you during the debate for asking your supporters to raise your hand and say that you would pledge to support donald trump. well then when we received a campaign pledge that's been released from the ted cruz campaign in wyoming, i want to read it to you, it says asking people to pledge their support. by signing the promise to support senator ted cruz until i am released by ed buchanon of
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wyoming for cruz presidential campaign. he was slamming you back in march for the pledge and now he's got a splej of his own, what do you have to say to that? >> it's the old story, that's why we call him lying ted. he's a politician. these guys are all talk, no action. he'll never bring jobs back to the country. look at what he's doing with dpp and what he's doing with devaluation of currencies. it's a disaster for this country. the fact is he's lying ted. he say -- i remember it so well, a smont ago when everybody pledged i'm going to go with trump. now he's asking people to sign a pledge, it's ridiculous. >> we have more with donald trump in a moment. you heard the pope recently blasting donald trump's plan to build a wall on the mexican border, and now we learned the pope sat down for a one on one with bernie sanders. donald trump back after the break to respond. and one of the biggest controversies during the 2012 election cycle, remember this?
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we have the opportunity to meet with him this morning, and it was a real honor for me, for my wife and i, to spend some time with him. i think he is one of the extraordinary figures, not only in the world today, but in modern world history. in talking and enlightening the world about the massive levels much income and wealth inequality. about a culture which we gleed
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ignores people who are hurting, talking about climate change. it was an honor to be with him. >> that's bernie sanders meeting with the pope overnight. brief meeting, about five minutes, but they talked about morality, talked about income inequality, we're joined by the republican front runner presidential candidate donald trump. mr. trump, of course the pope has been at odds with you on certain issues about immigration over the past few months. and i know you had a conversation with him then afterwards and things seemed to square away. what do you make of the pope's visitation with bernie sanders? >> well, i think five smins very short to have been talking about as bernie says climate change and all of the other things he mentioned. five minutes sounds like try and get me in to see him so i don't get myself embarrassed before i come back to new york. a five minute visit, you can do not much, after you say hello, there's no time left. >> but it's five minutes more than anybody else got?
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do you think that'll help him get the catholic vote down the line essentially? >> i don't think so, maybe a little bit, it's a long trip and for a five minute visit. you would think he'd stay in new york and campaign. who knows what happens, if you're going to see the pope, you want to talk about a little bit of substance. can't do much in that period of time. >> i want to back quickly when you were saying this was a rigged republican system, you continue to attack ted cruz and tell our viewers, we invited ted cruz on, he was not available. >> excuse me, you know why? because there's no way he can win the debate. the voters don't dig him. the voters don't like him. he's not resinating. more than two million votes more than him. much more, and you'll see what will happen here. in new york he's got like 12% or something. >> here's the question i want yo tow answer, is if this system sl rigged, you say that over and over again, why not leave the republican party and run as an
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independent, the party has rigged it, why are you still running as a republican? >> i'm leading by far, i'm the number one person -- and i'd rather do it as a republican, i am a republican, i'd rather clean up the system so that for the future, we can have a much fairer system. it should be a system where the people vote. i'm going to assistant island in a little while. we have a tremendous rally. i'm having 20,000 people, 25,000 people, 15,000 people and i'm going, and the people have been disenfranchised from this whole process. andic that's one of the reasons i have such big crowds. >> mr. trump, there's been a lot of people that have tried to stop your campaign, and now there was an internal poll that had been released, maybe asked by one facebook employee which when they get to sit down with mark zuckerberg, the ceo of facebook, and the one question was asked, and again this didn't come from mark zuckerberg this
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was the question they were going to ask mark zuckerberg at his q & a question. who what do you make of that? >> i guess it's sort of going to the fist amendment with freedom of speech, but i like facebook, and i'm successful on facebook. i have guess i have well over seven million people. i think we have 17 or 16 million people between twitter facebook and some other things. so you know, nobody's even close to that. but i think facebook is good and i can't imagine them doing anything. i'm one of their -- again, i hate to say that this stage in my life, somebody said i'm one of the great stars, let's see, i don't think they'll be doing very much. no, no, facebook is a good way of communicating and so is twitter. >> mark zuckerberg said look, we will do nothing to sway the election, he had not been a fan of yours. we need to look passed people who want to build walls in the country. >> i never met him. i never spoke to him and he never mentioned me by name. perhaps he's talking about
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somebody else. we do have to have a wall, we need security, borders, and if we don't have borders, we don't have a country. if we don't have borders, we don't have a country. people are pouring across our so-called border like swiss cheese, they're coming in, we have tremendous crime, we're losing jobs, drugs are pouring across our border. so maybe le doesn't like the idea of a wall. frankly the border patrol does a fantastic job, but they're not allowed to do their job. we need a wall and we have a great border patrol. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> have a great day. >> good luck. >> thank you. coming up here, the state department just throw hillary clinton under the bus? the friday night news dump that'll have everyone talking this week. then so much for a cold beer on a friday night, what does country star zac brown have to say after getting caught up in a drug bust with a bunch of strippers? and the 2016 candidate spent a lot of time on the road, what can they do to stay in shape? maybe some bernie burp yes. this is a segment you don't want
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welcome back, quick headlines with you right now starting with a fox news alert. a washington, d.c. area firefighter shot and killed while checking on the gunman's well being. another firefighter also shot and is in critical condition. the gunman is in custody. foul ball off of steven souza's bat had gone through a gap between the netting that was designed for photographers.
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and another frightening story, mountain lion causes panic in california. he was given a quick check-up and safely released back into the hills. >> back again next week. >> it was spring break. >> a big cat like that chasing you will lead you to exercise. >> great point. that's what we're working on right now. yesterday, how to stay on the campaign trail. the candidates were feeling the burn. >> fitness expert joins us now and how to workout and thanks for characters for hire. why don't you tell us first, give us your three big tape and again we'll go to the candidate. >> i have fit travel workout, if you can download an app, you can work youts anywhere.
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or, you know, download the app there's a lots of other ones out there. if you like kick boxing, find whatever will get you moving. even if the hotel doesn't have a gym, do it right there in your room. >> wear them on the trip. this way you're not giving an excuse and also, if you sleep in your workout clothes, that's a good way to save packing and up and ready to go. >> yes, so, bernie sanders, we're going to be -- your body is a move that's called a burpee. go down to the floor, bring it 911 and jump up. works arms and legs. >> feel the burn. >> that's part of the plank. >> back into plank and jump up for legs. high, we got it.
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>> move it like a jumping jack. >> let's go over here. >> ted cruz. ted cruz. >> this workings the opposite as the push-ups we'll be doing later. you stand working your glutes. let's give that a try. stand for al dead lift. and exactly down upper back for your elbows up and stand. working and your boots and hamstrings. >> and if you pack a little bit more than that, you're getting a better workout. >> you do luggage for the weights.
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>> we party. >> it's almost as hard as doing a second state. >> that will really get your heart rate up, working your abs as well. >> case sick working harder than anybody. >> and it's not an endormts. >> it's a great energy boost for campaign stops. >> and the front runner. >> we just spoke to donald trump. >> first of all, first of all, really ridiculous. >> if you want, we can do these on the floor or on the bed, these are trump triaccept bush up. s, do these on a bed where you have your elbows in. bring your elbows into your rib cage. on the floor, you step back, down, and up, so you give that a try? >> absolutely. i'm going to do it right now. >> come on over, mr. trump. >> should i do it here? >> this is great because it
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makes your arms great again. get it the. wonderful. elbows right in by your rips and it's a great way to work out. >> unbelievable. unbelievable. >> shoulders, pectorals. great move to do anywhere wherever you're traveling, you can skip down and go there. >> your heart rate is getting up. thank you, candidates. >> presidential, this is not presidential. but i will be negotiators, all the negotiators, okay, carl, okay, jamie diamond, and mickey mouse. great negotiator by the way. >> great. >> characters for hire, thank you so much. that's coming to us from, we appreciate it. you did a grow the job. did the state department just throw hillary clinton under the bus? the friday night news dump that'll have everyone talking this week. and you saw dana supporting her pajamas this morning, but what about the people who think it's okay to wear clothes like
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these to work every day? well, i hit the streets to give it a shot. >> it's nice, kind of short. coming up next, hitting the street in bananas in pajamas. ♪
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♪ is it 6:00? oh my gosh. >> come on now. >> it's national wear your pajamas to workday. good morning, everyone. welcome, i'm so glad you're here on this day. >> oh, in case you missed it, national wear your pajamas to workday, we decided to celebrate in style, i'm a big fan of the dragon hoodie ed henry and the american flag onesie. >> yeah, it was fun. >> what i really like is big chimpin'. >> address the fact that wearing why pajama to workday is on a workday? >> of course it is. >> people still have to work.
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>> don't be a hater. >> there's footties in this thing. >> i'm still wearing, heels, buddy. >> people were pointing out that the barn door was open. >> just feeling the braze. >> we've been asking for your photoses too. >> oh yeah. >> there is a zipper. >> all right. >> can you help me out? >> i'm not helping. >> yeah, kara from north carolina sent us this one. there's a cute outfit. >> watching "fox & friends." grandfather and grandson mooi low in superman pajamas, awesome. >> ziggy, her dog in pajamas. >> i have to go back, is that -- >> tucker wouldn't want to do it either. >> and his toy story pajamas on. >> you know what, that kid, they don't have to go back on the campaign trail monday and face their colleagues who are going to give them a lot of grief. >> it's not hillary --
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>> speaking of, you know, your attire, looking different than ours. get there in about 20 seconds. many business owners will tell you the youngest generation will have a different opinion on what pajamas. i report, you decide. >> all these beautiful and anchors at fox news. gorgeous dresses, suits and ties. ian the pocket squares, like good old ed henry. i decided i'd save time if my alarm goes off, italian putting on my real pajamas. ♪ >> if you're a young cute girl, what do you think about the girls that are wearing cute pajamas. >> a lot more specifically, you have to be more professional, but if that's your environment and your boss is okay with that, then why not? >> would you take me seriously
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if i wore this to the office? >> well, you get in kind of early, don't you? >> is it national pajama to workday? >> i would never wear this to work. >> if i knew it was national pajama day, i would probably wear a onesie to work. >> footties and everything? >> yeah. unicorns and all. >> hey. >> what do you think about my polka-do polka-dots. >> i love them, i'm a big fan of pink. >> at love clothes, you almost can't tell if they're pajamas. >> i don't mind them. . they're comfortable and airy. definitely. >> banana pancakes. >> i love them. ♪ >> have you noticed girls clothing, some things look like pajamas like this shirt which is actually al dress? >> it is a dress? >> it's very nice, it's kind of short. looks like one of my shirts.
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it's a nice look, i guess, but not for walking around on the street. >> do you like my outfit? >> great. >> thumb's up. >> thanks. what do you think of my outfit. >> do you like my drop waisted pants? >> oh, those are dope. >> can i wear your sunglasses? >> of course, i feel like emcee hammer in these pants. >> are you ever offended when females wear clothing is that looks like pajamas? >> i'm all for it. i love pajamas. girls in pajamas, what's not like to like? >> you've been working on that for years. >> since the '90s, you got it. >> in the mirror at home. my one moment of glory. >> something tells me if i asked people to do that, they wouldn't have even stopped to talk to me. >> you have to look professionally. >> by the way, people at home, there is pajamas. >> this is what he sleeps in.
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conservative watchdog group getting the green light from the state department to grill some of hillary clinton's top aids about her use of a private e-mail server. judicial watch's request, breaking the news, yes, late last night, friday, right before the weekend, it's called news dump, included on the list, brian, who set up clinton's private server and her top campaign aid. judicial watch's lawsuit, one of 38 civil suits speaking of government records related to clinton's e-mails, that we'll be reverbuated in the days of ahead. now other headlines, an illegal immigrant has surrendered after a hit-and-run crash that left a texas pastor and wife dead. telling police he ran a red light, crash ld into the pastor's car, then fled the crash scene. hiding in the woods to avoid being caught, we still don't know why he changed his mind and turned himself in. and a cold beer probably will just not fix this one for
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zac brown. ♪ little bit of chicken fried ♪ cold beer on a friday night ♪ a pair of jean -- >> he was caught up in a drug bust with strippers last week in a palm beach hotel room and now, he's apologizing to fans, brown posted on facebook writing my dad always said nothing good ever happens when you stay out late. he did not know the strippers or the people who were caught with cocaine and marijuana, brown is not facing any charges in that raid. we should point out. >> who are all of these people in my room? >> the funniest part is that while i was reading that, you guys were stripping out of them and i was trying to focus on the prompter. that was fun. >> you remain unflustered, it's remarkable. rick is standing by outside. >> i like how you didn't want top put on a onesie then sed the sentence, the funniest thing about the stripper story -- >> you're on "fox & friends."
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>> you're on frern"fox & friend buddy. >> this is fun. >> you want it to be a fut degrees warmer? it's coming. tomorrow is going to be amazing. i'm showing you what's going on across the country today. we do have severe weather across parts of the central southern plains today, again tornados yesterday, not as much of a tornado threat, more of a hail threat today, but i think we might see an tornado or two. tomorrow moves off further towards south, texas. same for monday, then three days of severe weather in one spot. a lot of rain coming along with it and so get ready for flooding and snow across the denver area. all right. well it is spring, it is feeling like spring. earlier we told you about the best grills for all your grilling needs. if you were looking for tips before you fire it up the grill, this is the same thing for you. here with delicious recipes is chris, the chef at the prime steak house here in new york. welcome. >> thank you. >> we're happy you're here.
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listen, grill in the garage or something all year. give us a couple tips before you start to grill up. >> i think the most important thing is making sure our propane stank full if you're using propane or half charcoal or wood that you need, and probably the other most important thing would be to get your grill really hot before the first time you grill, and clean it off really nicely. olive oil or oil just to get it -- zble people over to grill, they don't have any gas in the tank. what is this right here? we're starting here. >> we have the bull and bear prime rib eye steak. it is a prime cut, so it is the highest grade of meat that we could buy. and it's something that is one of our classic dishes here. it's also something that we do every night it's a prime rib and this is prime rib. >> oh. >> while you're cutting this, you guys make an incredible burger. >> yeah. >> smash burger. >> i'm eating while you talk.
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>> absolutely. >> smash ball burger is a churk blend burger. and we get it in a ball, so it's not pre-pattied and we smash it down on the grill. >> wow. >> and it gives for a really nice texture and we have our house made bacon on there. which we make in house, a little cheese and burr boun onions. >> and the great thing is you can always grill vegetables up. talk with your mouth full. and guys, we're sending back to you inside. thank you so much. >> awesome. >> we will be right out there. one of the biggest controversies of 2012 election cycle -- >> everybody in cleveland no moisht got boechl phone. you know, he gave us a phone. >> this morning we're going to learn a whole lot more about the obama phone story. more than anyone knew before. the government whistle blower will join us next on that story. you both have a perfect driving record.
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remember the obama phone frenzy? now the obama administration is planning on doing more. the democrat controlled fcc voting to expand a obama phone program to include free broad band internet as well. this as we are finding out that at least one company total call has allegedly defrauded the american people out of millions of tax dollars. now fcc commissioner a speaking out saying that he and other commissioners were told not to mention the case until april 1st, that happened to be one day after the vote to expand the program. fcc commissioner joins us now. do you think those dates are a coincidence or do you think there's more to it?
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>> i'm not sure, but it's one of the most remarkable coincidences i've ever come across in washington. >> what were you specifically told? >> we were told about this investigation in february and we were also told that we couldn't say anything about it publicly and that even if every commissioner voted, nonetheless the fcc would not release any word until april 1st and question said why is that? we never got an explanation. moreover, we learned of the administrator looked in october of 2014 and thaurnld the law, if we had pursued action, we could have gotten a lot more for the american tax payer and posed a much greater fine. we asked why didn't we take action sooner? never got a satisfactory answer. would you have lost your job? >> i'm not sure. this is untrotened territory. unfortunately i stick by the rules, i play by the rules and if i'm not allowed to release something, i decided not to tegs it. it's one of the cases where after the fact i felt compelled
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to say something about it. if this was public before that vote, it would have been a very different public debate i would like to think. >> what would have happened? >> i'm not sure, but at the very least the margins that forced through the expansion of this lifeline program without any budget, without any physical responsibility we have had to answer, why are you doing this at the same time you're proposing to fine this company $51 million. and that company just the tip of the iceberg? >> what do you think the motivation of doing the obamacare, excuse me the obama phone, what do you think the motivation behind the administration is? >> to be honest, i'm not quite sure, you're distributing these kinds of subsidies without any sense of physical responsibility is seen as a good thing. and the point aye consistently made is if it's a good policy, let's be fiscally responsible about it, let's not just open the spig gots and not have accountability whatsoever. >> you want to protect the tax payers, and if it's being opened up to potential fraudulent activity, that's not good. and what we saw there with that woman, he gave us a phone, he's
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going to give us more and we're seeing that happen with the internet. is this a case some would say, it's a case of almost trying to buy support, do you agree? >> it certainly is very popular among certain constituencies and the critical thing to remember here is, this money isn't free? everyone with a phone bill, including hard working low income americans have to payle to fund this program. and that's why it's so critical to make sure that every dollar spent is spent on people who really need the help. not on fraudulent wireless carriers and people who would have -- who don't need the subsidies. >> thank you so much if for your time, fcc commissioner, thanks for speaking outs. and we to want get this statement in. scroll back, we have this get this in, the timing of the enforcement action was in no way relate the to the timing of the vote on the program modernization. and that's that. ten minutes before the top of the hour. coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, spring has sprung whether you're looking to save or splurge, how to make your
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