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♪ hello, friends. good morning. sunday the 24th of april, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. we do have a fox news alert for you. gunfire inside a high school prom. there's people hurt. the brand-new details breaking overnight. and so much for acting more presidential. >> lyin' ted cruz has absolutely no way he can win. he's lyin' ted. and kasich, he's 1 for 38. i mean he's running, i'm just running. why you running? i don't know. this is crooked hillary clinton. >> that's donald trump of course, back in true trump form as ted cruz pulls even close in the race for delegates.
and now we know why hillary clinton's press team gets its own separate plane. before it was used for politics there was something even weirder going on on board. we'll tell you that story and so much more, live from new york city, this is "fox & friends." just saying right now it is not monday. people are going to be -- what are you doing in? look -- >> must be a little confusing. >> a little confusing to some people and you in particular, tucker, because i'm often around this spot right here. >> it is one of the tricks we like to play on sunday morning. >> that's right. this is the sunday before a bunch of big elections, primaries on tuesday. so i came in because -- well, i need some o.t. >> plus, great to see you. >> thank you. >> great to have you on a weekend. it's a four-hour show. so i hope you brought extra food.
>> one more hour, gravy. >> we need to start your news headlines because we have a fox news alert. three people are injured after a shooting at a wisconsin prom. someone showed up outside of ant anttigo high school and two were shot as they left the building. >> our officers are on scene already doing the walk-through of the area. they're able to engage the subject. we took the subject into custody. at this point, we feel that we have the subject in custody that was a threat. the community is safe at this point. >> the students suffered nonlife threatening injuries. everyone inside the school was escorted way from the prom. pop star prince was cremated in a private ceremony yesterday as hundreds gathered to remember his life. ♪ ♪ purple rain, purple rain >> the security fence outside of his minnesota estate is covered in purple balloons and flowers.
family members handing out purple boxes to fans containing a photo of the musician. and "saturday night live" devoted the entire show to him. ♪ >> other people may have been on the show more times or performed more frequently, but there was always something different about a prince performance. it was special. it was an event. it was prince. >> in a never before seen clip was also shown of prince performing "let's go crazy" at the "saturday night live's" 40th anniversary party. new clues for the two missing teenagers lost at sea. the boat and iphone belonging to 14-year-old austin stefano were discovered about 100 miles off the coast of bermuda. he and perry cohen went missing after last july after setting sail from jupiter, florida. the boat was discovered in
march. it was later identified by the serial number. the teenagers' families are hoping that the iphone could be restored somehow so they can recover any photos and possible clues in their disappearance. and watch out, hillary clinton. that nice private jet you have been using to transport the press -- your press team on the campaign trail, not only used for politics, tmz is reporting that the tail number actually matches the one related to the poker player and he's had quite a few wild parties on board. the jet appears on episode 11 of showtime's "the circus." those are your headlines. >> well now. who knew? >> all roads leading to cleveland, ohio, over the weekend. senator ted cruz crushed donald trump in a delegate landslide. interesting. garret tenney had more on the
wins. >> good morning. >> reporter: it was a big weekend for ted cruz, but none will matter if donald trump can avoid a contested convention and win the nomination outright. yesterday, 94 delegates were selected and according to politico, at least 65 of the 94 delegates selected are supporters of ted cruz who plan to go with him if there's a contested convention. in maine, cruz reportedly won 19 of the 20 delegates that's available. in minnesota where marco rubio won the primary, cruz picked up nine seats and in south carolina he added another. but his biggest score was in utah where he picked up at least 36 of the 37 delegates seats available. but again, none of this will matter if donald trump runs the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the nomination outright on the first ballot. here's how that picture looks right now. trump has -- is far ahead of cruz and leads the way with 845 delegates overall.
400 away from wrapping up this race all together. back to y'all. >> thank you. >> we're learning a lot about this. >> who knew? >> how this works. >> the rules are the rules, but then who knew went on in the smoke-filled rooms. >> pretty hard to defend the rules i would say. all right, paul manafort who has been hired by the donald trump campaign in the last couple of months to bring stability and a steady hand to the campaign, he told the spring meeting of the republican national committee a couple of days ago down in florida, he said you know what? donald trump is going to be acting more presidential. essentially he's evolving. a lot of people have grown used to this particular guy, but you know what? he's going to be changing over time. >> but what we saw from him yesterday at his packed rallies that drew thousands, just huge crowds he went b about how the rnc has everything rigged against him so that he can't become the nominee. he started attacking senator cruz once again as lyin' ted as hillary clinton as crooked
hillary. here he is. >> you know being presidential is easy. much easier than i have to do i have to rant and rave and keep you going otherwise you will fall asleep on me. presidential is easy. do you know what presidential is? i walk on. [ laughter ] if i was presidential, first of all, i'd have a teleprompter. you ever see crooked hillary clinton? she walks in -- good afternoon, bridgeport. >> it's unbelievable. >> entertainer. >> never been a candidate like this. whatever you say about trump you can't say he's false. he's telling you what he's doing as he's doing it. this is what i'm doing. >> and so toning it down, not yet. but keep in mind his strategic plan from the get go has been to get as much free media as he possibly could. somebody estimated he's probably wound up with $2 billion worth of free air time because of the
stuff he has said at these rallies. if he becomes very presidential and talks in a mono tone he won't get the free media. so he is playing his game plan to a "t." >> his son, eric, in his mid 30s or "justice with judge jeanine" last night. is your dad going to be more serious? yeah, but what he's doing right now is working with my generation, you can't take your eyes off the tv screen. >> it is compelling. well, to the democratic side now, hillary clinton among other things is a lawyer. she went to yale law school. but she would never -- but you would never know it from the account of what the second amendment is. here she is in scranton, pennsylvania. >> i know how important gun ownership and particularly hunting is here in northeastern pennsylvania and i want you to know that we can't ignore the
second amendment and we can't ignore the 33,000 people a year who die from gun violence. and i think -- i think we are smart enough to figure out how to do that. >> so the second amendment is not about hunting, does not mention hunting. it's self-protection. >> and a hedge against government overreach. but what's so interesting, not one proposal that she put forward would do anything to curb gun violence. there's no one who would disagree. none are about reducing violence, but about controlling the population. >> people say this is about pandering and they're sick of her being a politician and pandering like many do. like last week when she was -- when she said -- while she was on a hip-hop radio show she carried hot sauce with her all the time. many accused her of pandering. >> that would be so cool if she really did.
>> she did say that. >> where's my sriracha? unbelievable. >> you want to see something amazing? how many misstatements of facts can you pack in to a single paragraph? it's actually -- this is almost haiku. >> this guy is not a professional politician. >> yes, he is. >> not a politician. >> he's an actor. this is danny glover. he's a bernie supporter. he was on the road in maryland. watch this. >> dr. king would quote dante often. the great french philosopher. tomorrow here in maryland, here in maryland, a state that seceded from the union. >> so maryland was -- okay. let's start at the end. maryland did not become part of the confederacy. he wasn't a philosopher, he was a poet. and a socialist. long --
>> fantastic. everything about that was wrong. but it was heart felt. if you're going to be wrong, might as well be sincere. he was sincere. >> do you think that he was bernie sanders' lethal weapon or not? >> a great actor. >> tonight, we have bill and mart martha mack column will be on with a town hall. >> now time for town weather with rick. >> i would have fallen for the dante part. >> a great french philosopher. >> he was a poet. real warmth across the plains. a lot going on starting today and for a lot of this week, one of which is severe weather. the east coast not the case. in fact, you're completely dry. get ready for tuesday though. some of the states that are going to be voting are going to have some weather. we'll talk about that this morning. but we have had this system here that's diving out across parts of the plains.
yesterday, towards the northern rockies it's there, and we'll have some severe weather. a big bull's-eye is mostly hail across eastern parts of nebraska and kansas. but a tornado threat today, anywhere from the parts of the missouri valley to northern oklahoma. tuesday, a much bigger tornado threat across the central states. look at what will happen with the temperature today. temperatures into the lower 90s across parts of the south. >> no way. >> summer. get ready. >> lots of shorts and tank tops. >> thank you. coming up, we have a fox news alert. the newest weapon in the threat against the zika virus. genetically modified mosquitos like those. do we know what the modification means? we'll report, you'll decide. and a mom is investigated for child services by letting
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hi, friends. good morning. there's a zika virus emergency with the cdc reporting 388 travel related cases nationwide. florida has the most cases. and now some officials want to take action. what they're doing, they want to release swarms of genetically modified mosquitos in the florida keys to try to help combat zika, but some residents fear they may become guinea pigs and they have launched a poe -- a petition to stop this. >> should they say no to gmo? >> joining us now full of guidance, dr. jennifer cadell and she is an assistant professor also.
>> great to see you guys. >> so this sounds scary. sounds cool but also scary to those of us who don't know anything about it. >> i think you characterized that quite well. i'm kind of like, wow, but also oh. i understand how the people of florida might be weirded out for lack of a better word. they don't want to be guinea pigs and there's big questions. is this going to be safe? they're probably wondering. for my family and pets me, and the environment. also some people have ethical issues with the concept. some people don't want genetically engineered anything. >> so let's explain what they'll do. they'll take the mosquitos down to the keys and when they breed they will be a new form of mosquito that will instantly died. >> basically. they're going to be built in a lab essentially. brought over here. the males are the only ones that will be released to mate with the females and the off spring will not likely survive.
>> it all sounds great. that sounds great, but it's because they modified the gene of it, if one of them bites you -- could do something. >> what could happen? >> we don't know. >> there's a lot of things we do know about this. first of all, genetically engineered animals have going on since the 1980s the fda reports and the genetically mosquito trials have happened in other countries, south america, because of other diseases. like chikungunya. they not only carry zika, but yellow fever. the fda did release a report to answer many of the questions, preliminarily it thinks it's a relatively safe and unlikely to have harm to community, to people and to animal. >> wait a second. zika obviously is a great threat, but malaria kills millions every year. if we can eliminate mosquitos, why haven't we?
>> well, the people say why do we have to do it this way? why can't we use insecticides and larvasides? the company producing these says we have the other methods but it's not enough. remember, let's look at the big picture. there are a lot of sides here. we are talking about protecting against zika. the cdc has stated that it causes microencephaly in birth defects that means a generation of children can be born with troubles walking, seeing, developmental delays. this is a potentially big problem so we have to look at the best science to see what can work. i know there's a lot of fears. i completely understand that. but what i think needs to happen here is really good communication. that's what needs to happen amongst the citizens in florida. the company that's producing the mosquito and the fda. >> speaking of, do you think companies -- the company said we
look forward to proposed trial and to protect people from the mosquito and from the diseases they spread. do they need to be doing ghoerm. >> who? >> the company pushing the mosquito -- >> i think what they're doing is a great thing. i think it's not experimental but it's kind of new to us. i think we need options. so i think this is really important. we need to be looking at our option. >> in the meantime, until mosquitos take hold across the country, use a lot of bug spray. >> use a lot of bug spray and be careful where you travel. go to cdc.gov that has ton of information on this. base it on fact, not fiction. >> thank you very much for making a couch call today. >> good to see you. >> i feel better about it now that we know. >> 20 minutes after the hour on a sunday morning. well, a doctor gets fired for berating an uber driver. >> oh, yeah. >> let him go. >> call 911. call 911. go home. oh, uh-oh, seriously?
>> yeah, get some help. >> was her employer right to send her packing? the debate coming up. nothing like the high octane thrill seeking world of monster truck racing. i'm getting behind the wheel coming up. (vo) on the trane tes, you learn what makes our heating and cooling systems so reliable. if there's a breaking point, we'll find it. it's hard to stop a trane. really hard.
we've got some quick headlines for you. an urgent safety issue that affects more than 150 airplanes worldwide. the engines are being urged to be replaced in the dreamliners up because of an icing problem. they have until october to complete that work. and 500 pounds of extremely dangerous fireworks being recovered after being nabbed in the midwest train heist. investigators say a tip led them
to recover 30 out of 32 cases on wednesday. the trade was headed to detroit from chicago. it was believed they were stolen while the train was stopped in ohio. authorities are trying to find the two missing cases. there's nothing like the high octane thrill seeking world of monster truck racing, right, anna? >> that's right. monster jam was back in new jersey last night. but before the competition kicked off, i got the chance to get the inside look. so start your engine, boys, here we go. it's monster jam here at metlife stadium. 4,000 tons of dirt were brought in for 400 different going around the truck and maybe jumping a few cars. 11th time world champion is attempting a new world, propelling his 10,000 pound truck through the air and jumping over six monster trucks.
how big is this thing? >> ten foot tall. 12 foot tall. 5 1/2 foot tall tires. it's a huge leap. it will be over 35 foot off the ground in order to make it happen. >> how fast can it go? >> it will go up to 80 miles per hour. >> do you ever go 80 miles an hour? >> absolutely. it may not sound like it's that's that fast, but when hitting a side of car it's fast. >> i have a need for speed, can i get up in the air have a lesson? >> absolutely. i think you can have a lesson. but i'm thinking of a different outfit. >> you don't like this? i wore my sequins just for you. >> i love the sequins, but not while driving a truck. >> all right. >> turn the power on. it has 1500 horsepower. an average car has an 130. so -- >> an average car has 130
horsepower and how much does this? >> 1500. >> i don't know if you know me, but i like to get in trouble from time to time. i have absolutely driven a monster truck one time before. remember this? steve dared me to defy instructions and crash. >> they will not let me even graze -- >> you're driving it. >> i'm really looking forward to this. >> oops, see? already getting into trouble. i attempted to do the whole track, but they hit my kill switch and told me to back up and stay on one end. >> whoo!
all right. how did i do? >> perfect. you did fantastic. >> after you see this amazing job i just did, do you think i can do the stunt? >> everybody in the building wants to see a huge jump. you know what -- >> they would love for me to do it instead of you. can i hold you to it? >> not quite yet. you need more practice. >> so if tom couldn't let me try the stunt, how does it do it? clear. he did it. so when you saw me get in trouble a few years ago after you egged me on -- >> seemed like the thing to do. >> my producer was on damage control. >> they wouldn't let me get anywhere near them. you guys have ruined this. i did -- i did eight shots. like look at that beautiful monster truck.
i couldn't get anywhere near them. >> wrecking it for the whole network. >> do you drive like that at home? >> i don't have a car anymore. probably a good thing. if you want catch monster jam it's headed to nashville, tennessee, on june the 18th and fox grove, massachusetts, on the 25th of june. >> get your motor running. 29 minutes after the hour. one family's surprise announcement doesn't go as planned. >> you are a great friend. >> do you want spinach? >> the video going viral in morning. plus, ted cruz picked up a big chunk of delegates this week, but trump is on track for big wins on tuesday. is the contested convention inevitable? our political panel will debate that coming up next. good morning, ladies, and gentleman.
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this morning to break down that and everything else that's going on in the political world. jessica tarlov and boris epstein. great to see you all and caitlyn, what -- >> what is that? >> from the trump campaign, paul manafort -- >> are you surprise? >> not at all. but i love the fact that trump says this is what i'm doing. i'm going to act presidential later. >> here's the thing, he's running two separate campaigns right now. one, talking to members of the rnc trying to pitch him as the presidential candidate and he knows his supporters will be irked by the idea he's talking to rnc members. he's playing the game. so he's keeping up the public persona. he said before and carson has said before there are two different donald trumps. the public persona and the behind the scenes kind of guy. >> those of us covering politics have to rewrite what bewe know about -- what we know about it. there are five primaries on tuesday and it looks like he'll
sweep him. >> that's right. i have not enjoyed him more than in the last few weeks. he said this is totally rigged. i can talk this way and i can talk this way that i can manipulate the entire system here. >> if he's doing something different, he's not fooling people. he's saying this is a trick. i'm telling you right there's kind of a transparency about it. boris, hillary clinton gets out there and she's like i really believe this when you know she doesn't. trump says i don't believe it, but you kind of assess it. >> she's a robot and he's the opposite of it and people are attracted to it. she said i don't enjoy trump more -- >> excuse me. >> if you look at what's going to happen on tuesday he's up by over 20 in most of the states.
connecticut, delaware, up by 14 in pennsylvania. going to do well in rhode island, maryland. he'll have a huge day, a huge day on tuesday. then up by eight in indiana. that was a personal surprise to me. 37 in california. >> and yet, caitlyn, we just did a story a second ago that ted cruz has won all the delegates. i don't remember any elections in the past two days. >> well, so, this has changed in the past week. ted cruz is now mathematically eliminated from winning the nomination outright, so donald trump has a point. these guys are running to keep me from the nomination. i think he'll get some traction out of that. even as ted cruz is well organized. i think he'll pick up delegates from here on out. i'm not sure it's enough to persuade people against him. >> right. not a democratic system. >> but we were talking about this. it's going on on the right and the left. the sanders campaign, they started to talk about flipping
super delegates, things that jeff weaver said, we'd never do that. now, lo and behold we want to play with the system. ted cruz too. it feels really inauthentic and undemocratic to have the campaigns that are just running to deny someone the nomination. if it's the will of the people and it seems to be for donald trump and for hillary clinton right now, what's gong here? >> there's no question about it. it's stopping trump the way. there was a big piece on cruz in the journal, talking about how cruz is turning to the establishment. this guy spent his career throwing bombs at the establishment. now i'm mr. establishment. stop it and get out of the race. >> hillary clinton said she's happy to release her transcripts to goldman sachs and other banks. as soon as everyone else does. who is everyone else? >> it's certainly not bernie sanders. and i think he gets a lot of mileage out of the argument. that's why he's getting support and people contributing to his campaign.
you see that on the republican side too. kind of this, you know, populist sentiment in that. >> so jessica, i know a number of democrats who support hillary unlike you. but who say privately what in the world was she thinking? >> and publicly. >> she knew she was running for the president, she has to release the transcripts. >> i think she's waiting for the general. donald trump has done things for business interest and ted cruz and anybody on the right. she does want to create greater contrast between her and bernie sanders. i think she thought they'd get lucky on the tax return issue. bernie sanders, where's your tax returns? i'll get it to you tomorrow and he said it was the world's most boring tax returns.
>> and he's the worldest poorest senate member. >> especially since his wife stopped working and you won't win that argument to make him out to be a money gruber. >> this is about corruption. no reason to pay hillary clinton unless you were hoping to influence government. >> no question about it. i make the comparison that the show like "veep" they're like the "house of cards." you may be right, she may be holding out until the general. the bernie supporters don't like it now, they won't like it then. >> if she's the nominee -- >> well, will they support her in the general, i think a lot of them will be so disgusted by her they'll come out -- >> you may be right. you're coming back later on in the program. have a great breakfast. see you in a bit. >> maybe they'll take our order. i'll some i thinks over easy.
39 minutes after the hour. this story is making headlines, an ohio community remains rattled after a family is executed inside their home. for the first time we are hearing the chilling 911 calls made in the moments after the bodies were found. >> the whole -- there's blood all over the house. >> stay out of the house. don't let anybody go in there, okay? >> yeah. >> all right. we have deputies on the way, okay? >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> in total, eight members of the rhoden family were murdered execution style at several locations across pike county on friday. these are some of the victims' pictures. police are urging other family members and residents to lock their doors after the killer or killers remain on the loose. after dozens of interview, there are still no leads as to a possible motive. the governor of maine is calling out the cruz campaign for betraying the voters of his state. in a facebook post, lepage said
they had attempted to put up a unity pledge and he took all the state delegates. lepage is now calling on the cruz campaign to condemn its dirty tricks. the mother of three is left in tears after being investigated by child and family services. the agency unexpectedly showed up at her house earlier this month for allowing her kids to play in her own backyard in canada. she says that she lets her kids play outside after school adding she's always outside with them or watching from the living room. well, the worker with the cfs insisted she was obligated to investigate and now serious questions about their private lives. kendrick has not heard back from the agent since then. and a pair of soon to be great-grandparents failed miserably at guessing the in --
in the game. >> you are a great -- you -- >> do you want spinach? >> you are great grandparents. what? great grandparents? we are great grandparents? >> well -- >> she still doesn't know. the grandmother is oblivious to the news. as she continues to play the game, they both jump up in excitement and hug their granddaughter. people are getting so creative. i like the bun in the oven. when the daughter put an actual roll in the oven? >> i want spinach. i'm hungry now. time for some weather. and rick has that outside. >> hey, guys, big weather coming up this week including really
hot temperatures. let me show you what i'm talking about. take a look at all the readings across areas of the south and southeast. i mean, we're going to be into the 80s and 90s in texas. same story across the southeast. northern tier between cooler and warmer. each day that's going on and on. we have the threat for severe weather today. across the plains. nothing big tomorrow, but around the chicago area over towards detroit. look at what happens on tuesday. big severe weather outbreak likely with some tornadoes. back to you inside. well, coming up next, most schools are finding ways to keep guns off campus. but one opened up a shooting range indoors. meet the man behind this brilliant idea. and the commonwealth of virginia made it legal for convicted voters to vote. who will that help? and did the white house get on board? we will report and you will decide.
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and amazing story out of the commonwealth of virginia. terry mcauliffe, maybe the best friends of the clinton, issued an executive order allowing 200,000 convicted felons to vote in the state of virginia. many are drawing the obvious connection between 200,000 new voters and a presidential election coming up in november in which one of his best friends will be running. >> a big chunk of those -- >> sorry to be cynical. >> are expected to be democrat. >> he's a very good friend of hillary clinton? >> possibly the best friend. >> could that help? >> in fact, hillary clinton tweeted, she said i'm proud of my friend, governor of virginia, for continuing to break down barriers to voting. hillary. >> well, the president himself addressed the issue yesterday in his weekly internet address. watch this. >> that's why we have been working to make our criminal justice system smarter, fairer, less expensive and more
effective. every year more than 600,000 people are released from prison. we need to ensure they're prepared to re-enter society and become productive, contributing members of their families and communities and maybe even role models. >> there's the same argument that the governor is making that these people have paid their time, debt to society. now they should be able to vote. >> not a crazy argument. you to reintegrate people into society. but can they make good votes and they haven't had their gun rights restored which are guaranteed under the constitution. they're not allowed to go hunting but we're trusting them to pick the next president. how does that work? >> if you look at the margin between obama and mitt romney -- how many was it? >> was it fewer than 300,000. >> i think so. >> so you add 200,000 new voters
most of whom are certain to vote democratic, you have an advantage. >> what do you think? is this racial justice or is this some sort of thumb on the scale to help -- >> why is it racial at all? the idea that thisinsane. >> the reason i say that because advocates say it's a way of promoting racial justice as african-americans are convicted of crimes and sent to prison at twice the rate. >> mcauliffe said that. still speaking of hillary, she's tired of talking about her wall street speeches and transcripts. the "new york times" has come to hillary's rescue. one high school just opened up a shooting range inside. meet the man behind the idea. ♪
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so when you get home, all you have to do is enjoy it. we're doing everything we can to give you the best experience possible. because we should fit into your life. not the other way around. a lot of schools around the country are looking at ways to keep guns off campus. in one north carolina community they are welcoming them by building a shooting range inside the high school. smithfield selma senior high school built this facility on their campus for members of their junior reserve officer training corps program. here to tell us more about it is the instructor at the school. commander, good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> okay. so it looks like from what i could see, it looks like you had a greenhouse and you converted
it, right? >> yeah, exactly. it was an old greenhouse. pretty dilapidated. >> you took out the glass panels and put in metal and wood. did the kids help with you this? >> they did. yeah. they helped a tremendous amount. in fact they did about 75% of the labor. the other 25% we hired out. we didn't want them up on the roof putting that metal roof on. we hired that out. we hired a company to come in and pour some concrete on the inside and we hired an electrician. >> looks very nice and very useful. not anybody can go in there and start shooting. you have to qualify? >> exactly. there's a pretty rigorous qualification process that all the students have to and i say students, the stew deudent cade to get in there.
if their grades aren't right they don't get in there. that's carrot. >> commander, what does this do for the students who are part of this program? >> it does a great deal, steve. for one thing, really it gives them an opportunity to participate in a program that is available to all navy jr. rotc units across the country. unfortunately, we had sort of a logistics nightmare trying to figure out how to get to the national guard armory and get our shooting set up over there. so we were looking for a way to just do it easier on campus but specifically what the kids -- what the students get is they get to learn a little bit about self-control, self-discipline. what i'm seeing is a tremendous amount of responsibility that these students are taking. a lot of concentration, attention to detail. teamwork. it's just awesome to watch.
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we got him live in our studio at this hour so don't go away. this whole day will be approved by "fox & friends" so stay tuned. everybody does your living room look ugly or plain like this. how to remake your living room in just weekend. we'll be doing things to spruce up your home for spring with fresh slip covers and throws and all sorts of fun stuff. >> on the plaza. >> that's right. 48th and 6th avenue where currently it's 42 degrees. >> it's chilly. tucker is saying he's just rosy and warm. >> nothing bothers me in spring, steve. it's so great to see you. it's not a weekday and you've taken time from your schedule -- >> so much going on in politics
you want to be here as much as possible. >> we'll get to politics in a moment. we have breaking news. three people are hurt after a shooting in wisconsin. somebody showed up outdoor of a high school at 11:00 in antigo. three students were shot as they left the building. >> officers were on scene doing a walk through the area. able to engage the subject. we took the subject into custody. at this point we feel we have the subject in custody that was a threat. the community is safe at this point. >> police say the students suffered nonlife threatening injuries. one has been released from the hospital. all students inside the building were escorted out. pop star prince and his family held a private ceremony yesterday as hundreds of families gathered to remember his life. ♪ ♪ purple rain
security outside of his minnesota estate is covered in purple balloons and flowers. "saturday night live" even paid tribute to the late musician but r by devoting the entire show him to. >> people may have performed more frequently but there was something different with a prince performance. it was special. it was an event. it was prince. >> never before seen clips was also shown of prince performing "let's "let's go crazy." >> president obama just arrived in germany for a controversial visit. he was attempting to complete a transatlantic trade pact with chancellor angela merkel. the proposed deal driving 30,000 germans to the streets in protest. they said it would lower wages and environmental standards. those in favor of the deal say it would give the economy a much
needed boost. the president is expected to give a speech at the trade fair tomorrow. and high point university fraternity gifted a north carolina veteran a brand new wheelchair. he lost a leg six years ago while serving in afghanistan. a nonprofit organization gave him a track chair years ago but it had been worn out. the fraternity teamed up with the same group to raise money to buy him a new chair while raising over $26,000 for the charity. that's terrific. >> they are cool. >> they are indeed. really they change the lives of people who receive them. all right. so just 15 more primaries until the republican convention and senator ted cruz is not making things easier for the front-runner donald trump. >> cruz crushed trump in what turned out the be a delegate
landslide this weekend. no election but he won a ton of delegates. we go live to washington to explain how that happens. >> reporter: good morning. there are now two battles going on in the republican race one for the actual delegates and the other for who those delegation will be. donald trump is winning the first battle by a lot but if he doesn't reach the 1237 delegates needed to win the nomination, there will be a contested convention. that's where it matters who these delegates are. because after the first ballot at the convention most of the delegates can vote for whoever they want. this weekend 94 delegates from a handful of states were selected and according to politico at least 65 of the 94 delegates are supporters of ted cruz who would support him at a contested convention. in maine cruz won 19. in minnesota where marco rubio won the primary cruz picked up nine seats and picked up another in south carolina. his biggest score was in utah
where he picked up 36 of 37 seats available. none of these behind-the-scenes victories will matter if donald trump does indeed reach the 1237 delegates needed to secure the nomination outright. right now you can see he's under 400 delegates away from doing that. >> thank you very much. let's talk politics. donald trump is one of the guys who has been brought on a professional to make sure things are more professional heading towards the big convention, paul manafort said last week donald trump is evolving as a personality. he'll start toeng things down. donald trump was in connecticut last night in waterbury and bridgeport. he's not toeng it down because people go there to see the guy who is ginned up, not toned down. >> being presidential is easy. much easier than what i have to do. i have to ran and rave and keep you people going otherwise
you'll fall asleep on me. presidential is easy. you know what presidential is. i walk on. [ laughter ] if i was presidential first of all i'd have a teleprompter. ever see crooked hillary clinton. she walks in. good afternoon bridgeport. how are you? this is crooked hillary clinton. >> he's an entertainer. can't take your eyes off the screen. it's worked for him so far. his top adviser told heavy weights he's turning it down. >> he's in bridgeport and waterbury. these are towns hit hard by economic changes in this country. these are towns with a ton of struggling people. that really is the whole point of the trump campaign. a lot of this country is poor. it tells you why he's doing
well. >> his message is jobs. and there in particular. if you heard that donald trump was coming to your town, and there's a venue that seats 10,000 people and it was going be the dull donald trump are you going to stand in line 12 hours or see the exciting donald trump who does the impersonations like that. i got a feeling he's not going to evolve to the more presidential until after california. >> he talks about jobs. >> yeah. >> he's not talking about global warming or bike lanes. these are the obsessions of the elite left. he's talking about putting people back to work. that's what people talk about. >> he's off script. he's not using a teleprompter. senator cruz is amplifying his attacks on trump too calling him houdini, a master illusionist. the gloves are coming off on both sides. >> there's a town hall tonight on the channel and i do believe
tucker carlson en route home to washington, d.c. might actually be dropping by. >> yes i will. i'll be there. role unknown. >> let's talk a little bit about this. hillary clinton has been getting a lot of bad pr because bernie sanders says come on let's see those transcripts of those speeches you've given to the wall street fat cats. she said i won't do it until everybody else does. you had a great point. who everybody is else? it's not bernie sanders because he's never given those speeches. >> when you release your speech to sagoldman sachs she will too. >> "new york times" is coming to her rescue and changing the subject. when you're in a pickle you want somebody to change the subject. >> so when we share this information with you, tim kaine, mark warner, deval patrick,
thomas perez, elizabeth warren for vice president possibility. >> changing the subject from where are the transcript to who might be her vice president. >> dana perino was on yesterday. she said i'm not buying this. >> they are changing the subject and shifting responsibility. here's a quote from the piece. this is clinton's team. a complicated question like what if the united states is ready for an all female ticket. the country is so backward and retrograde and medieval they are not ready for two women on the ticket. that's insane. it doesn't matter who she picks. she's hillary clinton. >> don't you think by putting that tantalizing te ining tidbi there, can you imagine her teaming up with elizabeth warren. >> it won't happen ever. >> it would being a great to have two women. >> the whole point of her
campaign is i'm a woman. vote for me. >> and shifting the conversation back to her only campaign theme. >> we're not talking about the transcripts we're talk -- >> we will ask questions you want answers to. >> it is time to check in with rick who i do believe is outdoors. >> reporter: these are the only questions what people want ans to. the weather. you would like to it be warmer outside. about 20 degrees. a little bit chilly. people want to know what will happen on tuesday with election, across the states across the northeast and mid-atlantic. there's a storm system in the area. a little bit problematic. not a wash out really for anybody. but you are going to have to dodge a few showers. you see the showers start today especially over towards connecticut and rhode island. your afternoon is look better. northern areas of pennsylvania looking better in the afternoon. but southern areas of pennsylvania and then down
towards maryland and delaware i think we might see a few thunderstorms in there. not talking about big severe weather but we're going see scattered showers and few pop up thunderstorms. so bring an umbrella and make sure you get out there. not anything to cause people not to go out. we have to deal with that. the next day or so beautiful all across the eastern part of the country. the southeast spectacular for a lot of this coming week. there's the storm we're watching. you see that rotation that will bring us severe weather later today across the central plains. >> we'll go back inside a little bit. do us a favor and go into oknei cavuto's office. break his desk and bring out kindling. >> it will burn for weeks. >> up next two days away from the next super tuesday showdown. five contests in play. our next guest says one
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thomas great to see you. how meaningful is this series of contests on tuesday? >> well, i mean i think it's going to be important for trump to continue to do well. all the polls suggest he'll have another big day on tuesday and get him one step closer to the nomination if he's able to perform as well as the polls show that he's going to do. >> it seems like we're moving towards a crisis of some kind. so you have expectations are trump will sweep, win all five. i don't know if that will happen. pollsters predict it. the cruz campaign amass large numbers of delegates outside of the electoral process. do you think that's likely and do you think you'll see some kind of reaction from republican voters? >> i think we have seen, tucker, 60%, 70% of republicans are saying in polls and exit polls that the person who has the most votes should be the nominee. yeah, we could potentially be heading to a crisis. if trump doesn't get the number,
doesn't get close enough to 1237 and can win it on the first ballot he'll be in big trouble and could you have a situation like that. indiana will be key not this tuesday but next tuesday. that's sort of a situation where trump may be able to -- cruz may able to stop trump's momentum and shift this race one more time. in terms of this coming tuesday, trump will keep rolling. >> what's the role of kasich in all of this? he has 148 delegates amass sod far. to trump's 845. he's long eliminated mathematically from the possibility of winning on the first ballot. does he stay in and if so why? >> that's a great question. no one knows what john kasich is thinking, what his strategy is other than going to cleveland and hoping for a miracle and to say if trump can't win on the first ballot and cruz can't win on the second or third ballot,
john kasich is standing there. i'm not sure that's a possible scenario depending how the rules committee works out. nobody understands what john kasich is doing opinion his status in this race, he's serving as a spoiler. >> right. he also is sending a message from many republican establishment figures we just don't care about voters, we're not interested in the results of these elections, we have another plan. isn't there a cost to that message? >> right. absolutely. the further this race goes on, tucker the worse it becomes for republicans in terms of the final outcome and what the options are. if trump is the nominee you'll have a certain slice of republicans who are goi home won't vote for trump, will vote for hillary. if it's cruz trump supporters are upset and say this race was rigged and stolen from him. if it's somebody other than trump or cruz then you have 80%, 90% of the base who voted for these folks who will be upset and that's not a good outcome.
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health because of sermons he gave ranging from evolution to same-sex marriage. the health department said they rescinded their offer for other reasons not because of the sermons. they join us now live from l.a. gentlemen, good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> good morning. >> doctor, let's start with you. were you fired for sermons? >> i believe so. i was asked to submit sermons. i submitted those sermons and shortly after i was fired from the position. >> eric, let me ask you this. if you were fired forgoi going church and giving a sermon that opens a whole range of things that many other people could be terminated for, done it? >> absolutely it does.
>> jeremy -- okay you're filing suit against the georgia department of health. why? >> well, we believe in this country and we put this kind of thing at first liberty.org quite often because no one in america ought to be fired for something they said in their sermons. if what has happened to dr. walsh is permitted to stand it set aster bill precedent pretty soon the notes you take this morning in church or that sunday school lesson you prepared becomes fair game for your annual review. no one in this country should be terminated from their job because of what they preached in a sermon. >> dr. walsh, what were some of the topics of some of the sermons that might have rankled the state of georgia? >> i don't know. i wasn't told what might have rankled them. i talked a lot on different topics. i was raised by a single mother.
faith is one of the strong reasons why i was able to become successful and have two doctoral degrees and so, you know, i believe in my private faith life that my faith ought to influence most aspects of my life and i spoke that way. so, honestly i don't know because i was never told that. but i'm a strong believer in faith. >> i can see that. and also other people can because there are a number of your sermons online, on youtube and things like that and apparently some people in that department looked at, before they hired you, they looked through them. is that what you're saying, jeremy that some of the staff members looked through, saw some of the sermons were bothered by what he said and said we can't, in fact -- here it is. i have an assignment for several of us. we have to listen to his sermons on youtube tonight. if we take a couple hours each
we should cover our bases. you're suggesting, jeremy, they found something they didn't like and said you know what? you don't get the job. >> it sure seems that way. that's what the evidence will show is they asked dr. walsh for his sermons. they made this assignment. the day after they watched these sermons dr. walsh was terminated. i want view towers understand how remarkable this is. you got state officials on state time sitting around dividing up sermons that dr. walsh has preached and then going line by line through those sermons to determine a way to able to terminate dr. walsh. that sort of thing ought to send chills down the spine of every freedom loving american. it was nothing he wasn't doing on his job. he was an adviser to two separate presidential administrations on hiv and aids. he formed a denial clinic for hiv patients. dr. walsh was not terminated for
his job performance or lack of credentials. he was terminated because of something he said in a sermon. that's illegal. >> absolutely should be. we reached out to the georgia department of health, told them we were doing this segment and this said this. they said dr. walsh was offered a conditional offer end employment. during the background check he failed to disclose outside employment of his previous employer in violation of california law. dr. walsh disclosed his religious beliefs to them. his religious beliefs had nothing to do with the decision to withdraw the offer of employment. dr. walsh, what do you say to that? >> i'll let my attorney answer that question. >> it's remarkable to think about that given that -- the department of public health is now trying to change facts. they can't manipulate the facts to suit their own needs. the cold hard reality is this. the state of georgia asked for
dr. walsh's sermons. they assigned their staff to review dr. walsh's sermons. the very next day theater my natd dr. walsh. that's illegal in this country. no one should be fired from their job for something that they said in a sermon. >> amen to that. all right. jeremy with first liberty and dr. eric walsh, please keep us posted with this case. it's fascinating. what do you think about that? please e-mail us. a routine call turned into an ambush. two officers shot outside of a walmart. we'll have an update on their conditions. behind this photo of a couch is an amazing living room make over. we'll have the big reveal coming up. if you need advice for your business,
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people will go to target. did you realize the american family association started a pledge a couple of days ago and they are upset with target's transgender bathroom solution where -- here's how it goes. they say customers can use rest rooms and dressing rooms that match their gender identity. >> so a petition has been started by the organization, 340,000 people last check signed it. here's what target said. every team member, guest in every community deserves to be protected from discrimination to use the restroom or dressing room that fits with their gender identity. >> this was a problem to be solved. was there rampant discrimination in bathroom? this is a way to make people feel inferior.
>> look what's going on in north carolina. hundreds of jobs. boss not showing up for a concert there. >> businesswise, if you know that 340,000 americans are going to boy got your business you're thinking maybe that wasn't a good idea to do. the american family association then said, issued a statement and said this means a man can simply say he feels like a woman today and enter the women's restroom even if young girls and women are already in there. >> it's a denial of the biological reality of gender but more than that it's a way for rich people to feel virtuous. this has no effect on any normal person in america. it's a theoretical issue that doesn't affect anybody's life and allows the privilege to say i'm a good person. >> very small portion of the population but it does affect them. if your child fits in that category you want them not to be
discriminated. >> no one stops you at the bathroom to check your gender. >> i didn't realize it was a problem. >> the group, the family group is asking for how about a separate facility somebody could use by themselves, you know, just a unisex bathroom. >> how many have faced discrimination at the bathroom. told you can't come in here because you're the wrong gender. maybe a few. i don't think you should discriminate against anybody. there's not a problem that needs this kind of draconian solution. >> it's political and people are talking about it and ted cruz wanted to discuss it. you know how he feels. he brought up donald trump regarding this and hillary clinton. worked them all together. watch this. >> a women's restroom should noted be used drive a political point by the pc police. let me make things real simple.
even if donald trump dresses up as hillary clinton -- [ laughter ] -- he shouldn't be using the girls restroom. by the way i apologize that image it will haunt you at night as you sleep. donald in a bright blue pant suit. >> good line. 47% of americans can't come up with $400 on a day's notice. they don't have enough money to do that. if you're not talking about that kind of stuff and talking about transgender, you're missing the point in my opinion. >> what do you think about that. are you for this boycott against target? do you think it's a good idea? bad idea? e-mail us and we'll share some of your comments on facebook and twitter as well. >> look forward to hear from you. we'll switch gears. tell you what's making headlines. an offer is shot in an ambush. a walmart employee recognized the homeless man who was asked
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a miami doctor is now out of a job after she was caught on camera here hitting and berating a uber driver back in january. >> oh, yeah. call 911. i bought this shirt and i want to go home. seriously? >> yeah. get some help. >> after the video went viral the fourth year neurology resident, a doctor was placed on administrative leave. now although she was fired from jackson health system she's still entitled to an appeal. the big question, could she win after this damning evidence?
>> wow with us now is defense attorney. it's great to see you this morning. this woman is just absolutely ferocious. should she have been fired for this? it's not directly germain to her job. >> exactly. that's my point. i think this firing was a little bit heavy handed if you ask me. this happened in her private life and there's no evidence to suggest that this situation would hinder her in her ability to do her job. from what we know, we don't know of any other misconduct in her time as a doctor doing her residency for four years so we don't know of any blemishes on her record to suggest she would act out violently in her professional capacity or towards patients. it's a little bit heavy handed. >> could the hospital argue that this video is out there, it's gone viral, people have seen it, and potential patients may not want to have her serving them. >> absolutely.
and they would be justified in doing so. i think nowadays with everything going viral, people recording things on their iphone and uploading them, if this situation was never record and just reported say in a newspaper it wouldn't be as bad. but when you see the situation unfold as it did on video, absolutely it makes things so much worse. she's got an uphill battle but i would definitely appeal just because it didn't happen when she was actually performing her job. this was in her private life. we can all say we've all done things -- i'm hoping she wasn't intoxicated when she did this. it was caught on tape and unfortunately just out there for everyone to see. >> but also at the same time, while that was captured and it was inappropriate behavior sometimes inappropriate language is caught whether somebody said something racist or, you know, insensitive, those people wine up getting drummed out of their jobs for the same thing. off campus activities and their
lives are wrecked. >> absolutely. and that's a whole other issue there. recently there was a story about a doctor out in miami who falsified patient falsified patient records and he still kept his license. >> that's crazy. >> that is crazy. i think this is just a move that the hospital is making in terms of it's all about optics, this looks bad. we don't want to keep her on after she's treated somebody like this. >> she's got a career as a body guard or ufc fighter. >> she has alternatives, absolutely. meanwhile, say hello to the best thing you're going to see all day. ♪ hello from the outside >> this 11-year-old boy is wowing the internet with his
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george. it is sunday, the 24th of april. a gunman shoots up a high school prom with a rifle. three people hurt, and the motive still unknown. breaking details from overnight. and so much for the pledge to act more presidential. >> lying ted cruz, there's absolutely no way he can win. and kasich has no -- he's one for 38. he's running. i'm just running. >> reporter: maybe trump's just redefining what it means to be presidential. either way, he's back in true form. ted cruz pulls closer in the delegate race. >> and guess which scandal just came back to haunt hillary. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman, ms.
lewinsky. >> could monica lewinsky actually help hand bernie sanders a victory. what's that about? you'll find out live from new york city on this sunday morning. you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ here's the part i just don't quite get. it's drone racing. it is super fast. it could be super dangerous if you didn't know what you're doing. and it's super popular. >> it's a sign of the times. what these folks will do is rent out nfl stadiums that aren't being used. i don't know how fast they're going. they can really hurt somebody. it's not a spectator sport yet.
>> you should mix drone racing with sporting, where you get to shoot the drones, that would be fun. >> a drone, you would never describe donald trump as somebody who drones on. not in a million years. when you go to his rallies, he has got people so whipped into a frenzy. that is why what he did yesterday was interesting. he's going to evolve, tone things down. yesterday in connecticut, donald trump made it very clear, he ain't toning it down yet. >> you know, being presidential's easy. much easier than what i have to do. here i have to rant and rave, i have to keep you people going, otherwise you're going to fall asleep on me. you know what presidential is, i walk on -- [ laughter ] if i was presidential, first of
all, i'd have a tele prompter. you ever see crooked hillary clinton? she walks in, good afternoon bridgeport, how are you. this is crooked hillary clinton. >> seems like this -- >> not presidential. >> same tactics he's used before, it's gotten him this far. i'm wondering if one of his new advisors is telling the heavy hitters in florida he's going to act more presidential. is this donald trump not listening to his advisors. >> trump's telling you what he's doing as he's doing it. it's almost like a magician saying what he's going to do. i'm acting this way for a reason. >> can you imagine if he would have gone to bridgeport
yesterday and he was presidential. all the headlines today would be donald trump was like a dial tone. he was so boring. >> our standards have changed. >> they have, indeed. >> politicians are accused of pandering to voters, hillary clinton was accused of doing that last week on a hip-hop radio show. >> she may. >> you're right. recently she was in skron tcran pennsylvania, on friday and she said this. >> i know how important gun ownership and particularly hunting is here in northeastern pennsylvania. and i want you to know that we can't ignore the second amendment and we can't ignore the 33,000 people a year die from gun violence. and i think -- i think we are
smart enough to figure out how to do that. >> well, forget about the fact that number appears to be high. she cited 33,000. let's just -- >> it includes suicide. >> it absolutely does. suicides by gun. let's examine the fact that hillary clinton who was educated in one of the finest law schools of america thinks that hunting is in the second amendment. >> her daughter admitted in public that if elected she's going to pack the supreme court with justices that take away the individual right to carry firearms. >> remember what she said about obama care and illegal immigrants not too long ago? >> we're going to give $5,000 to every illegal alien. >> this goes to confirm how much hillary clinton needs pennsylvania. she's been very clear about guns
in the past. suddenly, it's like, look, i know a lot of you are hunters, and i'm on your side. >> she's not getting anywhere near scranton. that's my prediction. there was a surrogate by the name of danny glover. he was on the stump in maryland for bernie sanders. see how many mistakes you can spot in this single 15-second danny glover sound bite. >> that's the king with -- the great french philosopher. tomorrow, here in maryland, here in maryland, a state that seceded from the union. >> i think dante was an italian poet. >> and of course maryland never seceded from the union.
really nice guy in person. not a brilliant historian. >> he's there to energize the crowd. >> he's an actor. >> and he gave people some things to talk about today. the bernie people are talking about you need free college. danny glover actually went to college. >> where he learned about dante, the famous greek architect. row rosario dawson brought up monica lewinsky. listen. >> we are literally under attack for not just supporting the other candidate. now, i'm with monica lewinsky with this. bullying is bad. she's actually dedicated her life now to talking about that. and now as a campaign strategy we are being bullied.
and somehow that is okay and not being talked about. >> and there have been rumblings about pressure growing on the sanders campaign. >> that's the bullying. >> can we agree among the three of us, bernie has the best surrogates? >> and you would expect the republicans to go after hillary regarding -- >> there's monica lieu ski. >> now it's them on them. it's surrogate on dem. she went there. ms. dawson went there and brought up the lewinsky word. >> why shouldn't she? hillary clinton is running an entirely campaign, i'm for women. here's an actual woman whose life you helped destroy. hillary was one of the architects of let's call monica lewinsky a psycho stalker. >> she's an actress. >> and a truth teller.
>> i don't think she's been in anything for a while. >> well, i support her. >> topic has stayed away from. anyways. we're going to switch gears now and tell you what else is making news headlines on your sunday morning. three people are injured after a shooting at a wisconsin prom. they showed up outside of the high school with a rifle around 11:00 and opened fire. two students were shot as they were leaving the building. >> our officers were on scene already, doing a walk-through of the area. we took the subject into custody. at this point, we feel that we have the subject in custody that was a threat. the community's safe at this point. >> it is unclear if there was a relationship between the victims and the shooter. all students inside the building were escorted out. a routine call at an arizona walmart ends with an ambush on
officers. chandler police say a store employee recognized a homeless man who was asked to stop trespassing several times. he pulled out a gun and fired. one office was hit in the face and still in the icu. and a man who claims to have been prince's drug dealer is speaking out alleging the pop star was highly addicted to opiates. ♪ this is what it sounds like when doves cry ♪ >> the man told the daily mail that he gave prince prescription drugs like fentanyl starting in the 1980s up until 2008. he said the singer used the drugs to cope with anxiety and stage fright. he would spend as much as $40,000 at a time for a six-month supply of painkillers.
and good news to report. "peop "people" magazine reporting that kelly ripa and michael strahan are working things out. a move ripa was reportedly blind sided by. she took off from the show every day since. at one point,fused to go back on air until he was on. >> the interesting thing about that, there are a bunch of stories that say their on tv relationship is just a sham. >> they speak to each other through their reps. >> people going forward are going to think, wow, they're good actors. >> no direct contact please. contact my agent. rick is over yonder. he's next to where we did the
rehab segment. >> reporter: the rehab segment. >> absolutely. >> they were remodeling. >> i saw you eyeballing the champagne. >> there's a number of bottles of half open champagne here. hey, guys, a lot going on weather-wise. not a bad day today for really almost everybody. show you what's going on. here's your temperatures. you see that warm stretch across the central plains. and the little cold air behind it. we have a system back there moving on in and bringing some trouble. the eastern part of the country, tons of sunshine. it's going to be beautiful up and down the coast. now, you see a little bit of rain across south texas and that snow across parts of wyoming and montana. that's the system that's going to dive into the central plains today and bring the threat for severe weather. we're certainly going to see some very large hail, especially
across eastern nebraska and kansas. tomorrow, just a light chance for stronger storms around the chicago area. take a look at tuesday. tuesday is going to be potentially a really big severe weather day. potentially some large destructive tornados. so people across the plains, watch it. a lot going on this week people need to be prepared for. >> thanks. donald trump's back in true form despite promises from his campaign staff to appear more presidential. cries wallace live from d.c. on that next. >> we now know why hillary clinton won't fly with her press pool on the same plane. before it was used for politics, there was something a lot weirder going on on board. >> that's inside hillary's plane. she wasn't there, but they were. ♪ hey america, still not sure
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you know what presidential is? i walk on -- [ laughter ] if i acted presidential, i guarantee you that this morning i wouldn't be here. and somebody else would be here, not in a big room like this. somebody else would be here and they'd be talking to you. >> donald trump in rare form, true form that is to say, weighing in on what it's like to act presidentially despite prior promises that he would tone it down.
>> chris wallace joins us now. have you ever seen a candidate pull back the screen and reveal what he's projecting? >> like everything else like donald trump you've never seen it before. his new campaign team saying we're going to manage him and he's going to be more presidential and he's going to make policy speeches with tell prompters. he's saying, no, i'll be me. cory lewandowski who has been his campaign manager for a long time says it's a little bit like dealing with american pharoah. you're a jockey, hang on for dear life. >> chris, in the primary season, people on the right generally stay way to the right. and then during the general, they move to the center. people on the left stay to the left until the general, they move to the center. his strategy from the get go has been to have these big wild
events to get as much free media as possible to get the nomination, and then i would imagine the idea is then to become a little more presidential and more palatable to some people that didn't like what he was doing. >> that's what i think what his advisors would like. but nobody tells donald trump what to do. on tuesday night, after that sweeping victory in new york, he gets up and says senator cruz, and everybody's writing the next day, he's so presidential. he goes out on wednesday to indianapolis and he's talking about lying ted again. it's like the movie "dirty dancing," don't put donald trump in a corner. >> a lot of people have talked about the shift that he's going to have becoming more presidential and even hiring these new advisors to move him in that direction and work on
the ground game, which ted cruz has been so good at. do you think we're going to see any of that? >> he's hired the new advisors and we're going to have an exclusive interview at the top of the hour with the man in charge of the trump campaign under donald trump. that's paul man na fort. a long-time republican operative that i have known since the reagan white house. we'll see. managing donald trump may be an objectioncy mo oxymoron. trump does what trump wants. >> all right. so paul manafort and debbie wasser man schultz. >> thank you for joining us on sunday, steve. >> why should you be the only one who works on sunday? >> welcome to the weekend shift. >> we'll be watching. coming up on our show, two
hey, there. how you feeling? quick headlines on this sunday morning. more problems for the troubled boeing dreamliner. and your gent icing issue can cause the plane's issue to shut down during flight. the faa is forcing them to have their ge motors repaired or replaced. airlines have until the first week in october to complete that work. and 500 pounds of extremely
dangerous fireworks nearly all row covered after being nabbed in a midwest train heist. it's believed the cases were stolen from the train was stopped in ohio while en route from detroit to chicago. steve, over to you. >> thank you, anna. this past friday, the obama administration bypassed docongrs and signed a u.n. treaty on climate change. many hailing the decision are the same people who swore doomsday was upon us decades a goe. many of those scenario never came true. we have the film maker behind "climate hustle". >> thank you vefor having me. >> it's show and tell. you brought along. >> watch your fingers. >> it's an armadillo.
>> this is significant when you talk about failed predictions of the past. the armadillo is the only animal used as a mascot for global cooling in the 1970s. it's now a mascot for global warming. they're claiming the armadillo is migrating north to get out of the heat to cool off. now it's the global warming stepchi stepchild. it just goes to prove and climate goes in cycles. we cooled in the '70s. they were worried about it becoming ice age. >> the feeling was it's going to get colder and colder and colder. none of that actually happened. there was just hysteria. >> if you go back to the first earth day, you had a whole bunch of predictions. we should be starving? >> why would we be starving? >> and of course the opposite's happened.
and one of the things they learned, they made all these predictions and of course they were proven wrong. with global warming, they have a learning curve. they're trying to go much further in the future. >> the predictions are not only coming from people aligned with the political left in the scientific community, but there are some actual famous royal people out there. here's prince charles. >> be it no doubt that unless greenhouse gas emissions reach their peak in about 100 months, just 100 months, it may well be too late to stop temperatures rising. the grim reality is that our planet has reached a point of crisis and we have only seven years before we lose the levers of control. we now have only 86 months left. we are running out of time. how many times have i found
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their boat was found in march and just identified by its serial number. the teenagers' family hoping the iphone can be restored to recover more clues into their disappearance. reports say hundreds of staffers are expected to be laid off between mid-august and november. one reason is to keep up with all the changes in the business. the times is working with their union to come up with a deal. more than 100 staffers were cut last year in layoffs or buyouts. and watch out hillary clinton, that nice private jet your press team has been using is not only used for politics. the jet's tail matches the one registered to a famous poker player. from the looks of photos he posted on instagram, he had quite a few wild parties on board. the jet appears on episode 11 of "the circus".
>> are those flight attendants? >> i've never seen anything like that on any politician's plane i've ever been on. >> you've been on a plane like that? >> i'd take that duty. the sun is -- it's staring me in the face right now. >> it's coming. this is that time of year where the sun starts to come down the roads here and heat things up and make us a little blind for a little bit. it's a good time here. take a look at the weather map. we have a severe weather threat on tuesday and it's going to be a big one. we could be looking at a major tornado outbreak. some of these tornados could be large and long-lasting. it's right along tornado alley from wichita down to oklahoma city over towards tulsa and joplin and down towards dallas. want to show you what temperatures do the next number of days. we're really heating up across the eastern part of the country. not so much the northeast.
the heat has to go sm. and this time it's going to the southeast. we see a lot of readings in the 80s there. real quickly, tuesday, election day across the northeast. take a look at all the states here. there you go. rain and thunderstorms. not a perfect day unfortunately out there at the voting booths. bring your umbrellas and get out there and vote. nascar may have to watch its back. we've got an exclusive look at what could be the next big thing in racing. kurt the cyber guy joins us now. >> i wasn't a racer, but i was there right up front as they were in this hollowed out mall near the airport in los angeles. what i got to see is what everybody in technology and hollywood and sports is also seeing. the future in racing is about to
change. it's unlike any sport you've seen before. drones racing up to speeds of 80 miles per hour through a 2-mile course. drone racing combines technology and speed to create an insanely competitive environment. >> it's fast, exciting, you have people piloting crafts. what it adds to it is three dimensionality. >> the same adrenaline rush from the founder's previous extreme sport creation, tough mudder. the competition on 10-mile muddy obstacle course started small and now pulls in thousands of fans. drone racing will attract an even larger fan base. >> here in a gutted shopping mall, the drl is kicking off its
second competition of the 2016 season. the l.a. race brings together the 12 best drone pilots in the world hoping to qualify for the winner take all championship next fall. how you master it, it takes some learning. >> they can see exactly what's going on. >> whoa. >> it's exactly how they navigate the race track. >> unbelievable. >> this is the second day of a three-day competition and only the four best pilots move onto the final round. unlike other sports, crashing is a major part of the race. the league's motto, if you're not crashing, you're not racing hard enough. as for the pilots, the sky's the limit. they span from age 11 to 60 and everything in between. like conrad miller, racing since
2014, he's excited to lead the charge in sport's next big thing. >> it's the spirit of competition and also it's a budding sport, we're like kind of on the ground floor, and we all want to make our mark. so we're all just trying to breakthrough and be the best at this. >> now he's introducing it to the next generation, starting with his 12-year-old son. >> it's definitely brought us closer together for sure. we've had a lot of late nights kitchen table building and fixing, just spending time together. >> the late night practice, the speed, the crashes. but what's the hardest part? >> nerves. nerves for sure. [ cheers and applause ] >> boy, and you feel those nerves when you're out there in person. for all of the people, especially the moms complaining that husbands and kids are out
front messing around with the drone they got last christmas, think again. this could be is career in the future for somebody to get really good at drone flying and then you become a drone racer. they're different than the ones you and i buy at the store. tucker, who's a pro racer, he'd do quite well there. >> we had the guys on the start -- a couple months ago. they said it's not a spectator sport because these things are going so fast. >> when we were there, what you saw was the beginnings of that. they had a whole audience area with gigantic video panels and it requires that. it's happening so fast through such a huge amount of space that you need video monitors to see the action. >> what could go wrong? >> i will say safety was really paramount there. they have lots of nets to keep them from flying into the public. >> some of them crash into the
walls. >> they're meant to. that's part of the fun. hillary clinton has a message for all you criminals out there. >> joining a gang is like having a family. it's feeling like you're part of something bigger than yourself. >> yeah, it's just like that. just like joining a family. eboni williams reacts coming up. >> a mom to be sees a cross in her ultrasound. meet the woman who says it's a message from above. ♪ i served 20 years as a marine aviator, top gun graduate, aide to two u.s. presidents, commanding officer and harvard national security fellow. i'd say buying a car, uh, can make you as nervous as landing on an aircraft carrier. but usaa car buying service mitigates those fears. uh, they make it a very easy experience for you.
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>> joining a gang is like having a family. it's feeling like you're part of something bigger than yourself. so we're either going to have gangs that murder and rob and do the things that are so destructive to the danggang mem the community or we're going to have positive gangs, positive alternatives for young people. >> what does that even mean? does she have any idea? here to discuss it, eboni williams. >> great to see you. >> joining a gang is just like joining a family. >> here's the problem. hillary clinton has gone on the campaign trail and said how she's not a natural politician. that shows us exactly what she's talking about. i think she's trying to do damage control when she talked
about black people being super predators. to me, this is kind of similar. you have good gangs and bad gangs, but ultimately she's saying black people belong to a gang community. i was a criminal defense lawyer. there's sentiment that she's speaking to that's valid. some of them did join those gangs because they didn't have stable family lives. but that's not the only paradigm. that really feels short sided, patronizing, inaccurate. trust me, i don't belong in any gangs. so again, i think the secretary of state is just misguided. she's trying so hard to correct some of the mistakes she's made in the past and still getting it wrong. >> imagine if she had said that to a group of students where her own daughter went. >> and president obama. >> joining a gang is like joining a family. no.
because she has higher expectations for the students at this school. >> there's not a presumptions talking to the white community or asian community. i don't know what her intention is. but i know that in the spirit of trying to connect with black society, for many of us, we feel very disconnected. like she's on the outside looking in and getting it still very wrong. >> and also very stilted and stiff. it seems like she's searching for words. she seems uncomfortable even as she's saying that. yet she is winning overwhelming majority of black democrats. why is that? >> i think historically many in the black community have said, they still be in closest proximity to power. they'll look at bernie sanders and say, he can't get it done. they still believe -- when you talk younger, it starts to
shift. but the older demographic of the black community still feel like the clintons are the power source and the best ticket to getting access to that power dynamic. >> they're probably making a correct assessment on the power, but this idea that she understands is weird to me. >> it's not a dormant issue. i got to tell you, i look at my facebook friends, it's a diverse community. this is a real conversation in the black community. >> yes. >> on which side do we now view the clintons. you have the crime act of 1994 from bill which disproportionately incarcerated black men. the problem is on the gop side, where are the articulated solutions. i would say she's winning by default. >> eboni williams, great to see you this morning. just when you think you've heard absolutely everything, there's this. >> let me make things real
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christ on the cross. the expectant mom is taking the image as a message from above. here to tell us more is aley meye meyers. what was that moment like when you're taking a look at the sonogram trying to figure out if it's a boy or girl and you see this? >> it was very overwhelming. my best friend's mom pointed it out at my baby shower. >> so you didn't even see it first. >> no. it was like a week after the ultrasound before i noticed. >> now, you have some medical conditions that have caused some concerns throughout the pregnancy for you. and this helped to put your mind at ease. what's that been like for you? >> yeah, i've had crohn's disease for about seven years now. so i've been on a number of medications that are worry some to be on.
it's been on my mind a lot. i felt like it was a sign that's everything's going to be okay. >> what about your family members and friends? what are they saying about the discovery that you think you saw on the sonogram? >> as soon as they looked at it, they could tell what it was. they were all just in shock as i was. >> have you had any critics going, oh, this is like the lady who thinks she saw jesus in her grilled cheese or something like that? has anybody, you know, acted like you're off your rocker? >> oh, yeah. there's definitely been some critics, as there is with anything. mostly positive remarks, but there's been some negative. >> are you having a boy or a girl and when is he or she due? >> it's a boy and he's due june 8th. >> congratulations. we wish you a happy and healthy
pregnancy. appreciate your time, alley myers. thank you. we're just getting word of this. the white house ready to make a decision on the top secret report that implicates saudi arabia and the 9/11 attacks. there's a plan this morning to release it. more on that coming up. this clean was like, pow! it added this other level of clean to it. it just kinda like wiped everything clean.
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hi, friends, and good morning. it's sunday, the 24th of april. i'm an na kooiman. the house ready to make a decision on the top secret reports that implicate saudi arabia in the 9/11 attacks. there's a plan this morning to release it. and would you describe this as toning it down? >> lying ted cruz, there's absolutely no way he can win. he's lying ted. he lies. and kasich, he's 1 for 38. i'm just running. >> trump campaign said they're going to be acting presidential.
maybe this is presidential in 2016. meanwhile, ted cruz pulls even closer in the delegate race. we'll bring you the latest on that. and one mega retailer causing outrage with some of their customers after saying anybody can use whatever bathroom or dressing room they want. will a boycott of hundreds of thousands of poem change target's course. live from new york city, and the concrete canyon, this is "fox & friends" for sunday. ♪ >> who's that behind the wheel? >> yes, that is you. >> will she hit anything? >> yes. >> you're going to have to stay tuned to find out. the destruction by anna. >> i got to go behind the wheel
and go around some of the track and obstacles. >> as you can see, we are outside once again this segment. if you're in the neighborhood, drop on by. >> i -- and bring us a scarf. >> here's the problem. we're doing every other segment indoor, outdoor. at the top of the 9:00 hour, 15 seconds, tucker was at least 45 seconds away from the set. >> i was. >> i have never seen you run at that capacity and you were a little winded to be honest. >> i'm an older man, steve. i was just telling one of the guests which scones are the tastiest. i'm not making that up. >> it's good to be here on this sunday morning. we start this hour with a fox news alert. we may soon learn if there really was a saudi arabia connection to the 9/11 terror
attacks. the obama administration likely to release part of that 28-page top secret chapter over the next several weeks. we already know that 15 of the 19 september 11th terrorists were citizens of saudi arabia. what we don't know is whether the saudi government helped them in any way. right now, those pages, which come from a much larger investigation, are locked up in a secure room beneath the capital on orders from president george w. bush. also, there is legislation on capitol hill that would change the law which would make it possible for victims' families to sue the saudi government. at this suggestion right now, it is simply that they would release some of the super secret 9/11 report. they ought to. >> what do you think the fallout could be? >> i think it's a dangerous game. i think you can trace most acts
of sunni terrorism around the world to saudi. but it's different from saying the royal family is directly behind it. if the government of saudi arabia were destabilized to fall, you're talking about a disaster. if that country were to fall into the hands of lunatics, you could see the world destabilize. i think our interest in the end is to keep that regime stable. undermining them is dangerous. >> i get that. if somebody in the government -- if people close to the royal family were involved, whether it was financing or some sort of support, we ought to know. >> i'm all for knowing. i've watched the u.s. government under obama and the previous administration destabilize countries that became black holes and a bigger threat to us. >> i understand that.
saudi arabia will for a couple more years still be our main gas station. that suggests the cooperation. how much of it are they going to release? stay tuned. let's switch gears. donald trump, one of his newest advisors was down in florida last week and told some republican heavy hitters at a conference there that he was going to be toning it down and acting more presidential. so what do you think happened at his rally yesterday? take a listen. you decide if he's toning it down. >> being presidential's easy. much easier than what i have to do. here i have to rant and rave and keep you people going. i sort of don't like toning it down. presidential's easy. you know what presidential is? i walk on -- [ laughter ] if i was presidential, first of all, i'd have a tele prompter.
you ever see crooked hillary clinton? she walks in, good afternoon, bridgeport, how are you. this is crooked hillary clinton. >> it could working for him -- >> by the way, no, that's not presidential. we have a president who doesn't act very presidential in my opinion. is this less presidential than attacking our allies, trying to completely change the country because he's dissatisfied with the population as our current president does? i don't know. >> because paul manafort, did say that, was trump planning to act for presidential? he's like, no, i don't want to be boring. is he kind of going rogue from his advisors. >> the advisor spilled the beans and said donald trump is evolving. it's going to take a couple more weeks. i bet the evolution doesn't
complete until the day after california casts their vote. >> my theory is, he's just enjoying it. he just can't stop himself. i'm not endorsing him. this is a guy having a good time, though, i think. >> the people who go to the events seem to love it. they're allowing convicted felons to vote, a couple hundred thousand of them, making legislation that will loi that to happen. coincidentally, hillary clinton put out there, proud of my friend. the governor's reasoning is he said, these people have paid their debt to associate, they're reformed, this should be part of the process, and let them vote. >> well, the cynic might say, okay, in the commonwealth of virginia now, 200 former convicted felons eligible to
vote. gee, would that have made a difference in the election? mitt romney was beaten by barack obama by less than -- >> a couple hundred thousand. >> less than 200,000. if you wanted to do the math, is he trying to help his long-time family friend hillary clinton clench the purple state of virginia? >> it's totally political. i know some decent former felons who should be re-integrated. these people don't have the legal right to go duck hunting, but they're now going to help choose our next president. explain why that is intellectually consistent. it's not. >> are we learning this election season rules within both parties that we've never really known before? >> yes.
that's right. will they really be choosing the next president or the committees be doing that? >> another topic, target has come out and said that the customers of target can use restrooms and dressing rooms that match your gender identity. in other words, do you identify with something contrary to how you were born. what's happened since then, the american family association started a boycott. and so far, 340,000 people have signed the pledge not to go to target anymore because they don't like the idea. >> all my neighbors feel very virtuous because they're on the side of target here. here's what they don't care about. the fact that one-fifth of american households don't have any wage at all. the country is getting poorer, and gyet the leets are focusing
on bathrooms. where's the evidence a lot of people are being discriminated against at target bathrooms? >> a man can simply say he feels like a woman today, even if young girls or women are already in there. you have lit up the e-mail machine. >> marjorie says i'm a woman, and if this is target's new policy, i will not shop there. >> target really did outdo themselves. they should be boycotted by the entire decent population. >> all right. what do you think about that? you can e-mail us, you can facebook us, you can tweet us, you can walk down to 48th and 6th avenue and yell at us. >> we'll take anything. >> others have done that, by the way. >> in fact, you just got yelled at -- >> i had a non-fan. i have a very large non-fan club. >> this non-fan said i haven't
liked you since you were wearing a bow tie. >> i've hated you for decades, he said. he was totally sincere. >> which should give him some good scones. we need to tell you the rest of your headlines this morning. three people are injured after a wisconsin prom. someone showed up outside of the high school with a rifle and opened fire. two students were shot as they were leaving the building. >> our ourselves were on scene already doing a walk-through of the area. we took the subject into custody. at this point, we feel that we have the subject in custody that was a threat. the community's safe at this point. >> it is unclear if there was a relationship between the victims and the shooter. all students inside the building were escorted out. an arizona walmart ends in an ambush and officers injured
and the suspect shot dead. when officers approached a homeless man, he pulled out a gun and fired, but was killed after officers shot back. and a man who claims to have been prince's drug dealer is speaking out alleging the pop star was highly addicted to opiates. ♪ this is what it sounds like when doves cry ♪ >> the man referred to as dr. d told the daily mail he gave prince prescription drugs like fentanyl starting in the 1980s. dr. d. says prince would spend as much as $40,000 at a time for a six-month supply of painkillers. and those are your headlines. >> all right. >> trying to thaw in the sun. >> we are in the shade.
>> rick is in the sun where it is 25 degrees warmer. >> the sun feels good this morning doesn't it? there's a lot of georgia out here. >> there you go, welcome. welcome, georgia. you're going to have a really nice day in georgia, but you're here. take a look at the weather map, show you what's going on. 63 in atlanta right now. tons of sunshine. you see where the warmth is across the central plains, that's going to be our trouble spot today. northeast, mid-atlantic, temperatures a little bit cooler than yesterday, but overall looking pretty good. down to the southeast, take a look at georgia. sunny skies all day long. the only real trouble spot is across southeast texas. and finally, scattered showers this morning across parts of minnesota into the u.p. of michigan. and later on in the day, severe weather across parts of nebraska and kansas.
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this time claiming it wouldn't be fair unless everybody else do the same thing. almost all of the 82 wall street firms that paid her have u.s. government interests. fox news contributor and political editor guy benson joins us with reaction. i said 82 wall street firms. i don't think it was wall street firms. 82 firms in all paid her a lot of money for her speeches and wound up doing business with the government. there's no connection there is there? >> this is an associated press report showing that virtually all of those firms across a bunch of different industries and sectors of our economy had interest for the u.s. government, trying to gain contracts and work with the government, including some of them at the state department, some of them who personally lobbied and went after hillary
clinton herself. this will raise more questions about her commitment to transparency which she shockingly touts from time to time because she will not release the transcripts of those speeches, particularly the ones to wall street. >> isn't she talking about bernie sanders? he doesn't have any, so it's kind of a crazy argument. >> he's like, i am prepared now to do exactly that. i will release all of my transcripts to wall street. he said it's very easy because there are none. hillary clinton knew exactly what she was doing. in between her time at the state department and running for president, and everyone knew she was going to run for president, including her, which is why i think her speaking fee was what it was. she was asking for $225,000 at least per speech. wouldn't you know it, all sorts of organizations and firms and
companies that thought it might be useful to curry favor with this woman, they ponied up and shelled out and she became very, very rich. >> they had to fly some of her staff members out three days earlier to stay in luxury hotels and stuff like this. but a part of her rider was the fact that the company that she hired then also had to spend $1,000 to hire a stenographer to write down what she said. what's interesting -- the company then turned it over to her. she's in the control of this. what would have been a lot cheaper would have been just to have somebody videotape it. >> youtube. >> she probably doesn't want to be on video saying the things she said. >> that's exactly right. you ran through some of those checklist items she would ask for. she want add certain size of
gi gulfstream jet. look, the one that you narrowed in on, if you were demanding that your host pay $1,000 to have someone transcribe your remarks, it is awfully ironic that now she is hoarding those very transcripts and refusing to put them out. why it matters, steve, at a recent presidential debate, late 2015, she was challenged on this by bernie sanders, and she said, when i spoke to wall street, don't you worry, i told those bankers to clean up their act. okay. if we're to believe that, which does string credulity. if she in fact did those things and was speaking truth to power, she has the evidence. let's see the evidence. >> exactly. mrs. clinton, tear down that wall, that stone wall, that is.
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oh, yeah. there's nothing like high octane, thrill-seeking world of monster truck racing. we've got something even better and anna kooiman experienced it firsthand. >> it's sunday funday. >> that's right. it's monster jam and they're back in new jersey last night. i got a chance to get an inside look. here we go, i'm getting behind
the wheel. ♪ >> it's monster jam here at metlife stadium. 4,000 tons of dirt have been brought in for 20 different trucks going around this track, maybe even jump a few cars. 11-time world champion is attempting a new record propelling his 10,000 pound truck through the air jumping over six monster trucks. how big is this thing? >> 10 foot tall, 12 foot wide, 5 1/2 foot tall tires. it's a huge leap. over 35 foot off the ground in order to make it happen. >> how fast can it go? >> it will go up to 80 miles per hour. >> do you ever go up to 80 miles per hour? >> absolutely. >> all right.
i've got a need for speed and i love to get up in the air. can i have a lesson? >> you know what, absolutely, i think you can have a lesson. i'm thinking a little bit of a different outfit. >> you don't like this. i wore my sequins just for you. let's go for a ride. >> let's do it, anna. >> i'm in. >> turn the power on. >> pull it out? >> yeah. >> gas? >> yes, ma'am. >> 1,500 horsepower. an average car has about 130. >> how much does this have? >> 5,100. >> i don't know if you know me. but i like to get into some trouble from time to time. i've driven a monster truck one time before. remember this? steve dared me to destruction. and crash. >> you're driving it. >> i'm really looking forward to
this. see? already getting into trouble. i attempted to do the whole track, but i hit kill switch and told me to back up and stay on one end. ♪ ♪ >> all right. how did i do? >> perfect. you did fantastic. >> after you've seen this amazing job i just did, do you think i could do a stunt? >> everybody in the building wants to see a huge jump. >> they'd love for me to do it instead of you. >> that would be fantastic. >> can i hold you to it? >> a little more practice. >> if tom wouldn't let me try
the stunt, how did he do? >> now, why didn't you do that? >> he wouldn't let me do it. >> i think after what happened back in 2013 when you were egging me on -- >> what could happen? anna behind the wheel of a monster truck. >> our segment producer was doing damage control. >> tom, way to go. for fans who want to catch the show, monster jam is in nashville on june 18th. >> good job. >> thank you. donald trump taking on his opponents again despite promising to be more presidential. >> lying ted cruz has absolutely no way he can win. he's lying ted. he lies. and kasich has no -- he's one for 38. >> that's donald trump
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lying ted cruz, there's absolutely no way he can win. he's lying ted. and kasich has no -- he's one for 38. he's running. i'm just running. why are you running? i don't know. this is crooked hillary clinton. >> well, that was donald trump, the gop frontrunner taking on his opponents once again in l k language that not many would describe as presidential. how is it working? we have a terrific political panel seated outside on the couch. political reporter for real politics and republican strategist. great to see you all. boris, i don't think i've ever seen a candidate enjoy himself more than donald trump clearly does. i mean, nobody would ever tell him to do this.
no consultant would recommend he do this. >> not only is he enjoying it, his supporters are enjoying it. how many trump supporters? [ cheers and applause ] he's bringing out supporters in droves. people are joining the republican party. he's bringing out people that were bernie supporters, not going for hillary. so he's really changing the game. the rest of the gop has to get in line and manke sure we beat hillary in november. >> maybe there's a lesson for hillary. the only moment i found her appealing during the whole campaign is when she barked. why doesn't she look at trump and say, a little bit of that might go a long way for her? >> i wouldn't be surprise if her campaign consultants weren't taking heed of this. you say what consultants would
advise him to do this, there's no way roger stone hasn't told him it's a good idea. >> this is who he is. >> we shouldn't be acting like trump is operating in a vacuum here. think about this, for instance. last week, there was a leak of an internal memo of the campaign with the talking points. you know what was missing, banning muslims. there's no way they didn't tell him tone it down on the banning muslims. >> maybe you're right. at what point -- truthfully, the presidency is the most significant job in the world, in world history, actually. and at some point, you do need to seem like you're equal to the complexity of the job. do you think trump does change tone at some point? >> i don't think he can help himself. he has the campaign that you just talked about which is his paul manafort and others talking to the rnc, trying to pitch this
new candidate of candidate. and then you have trump back to his old ways. i've talked to a lot of republicans who say, if trump's the nominee, once he starts going after hillary clinton, that could be something that helps to unify the party a little bit. there is the never trump movement, but i think he'll continue this. if he focuses on democrats, i think republicans will be okay with that. >> i like the moments we saw yesterday, rosario dawson comes up and says i'm on monica lewinsky's side. hillary can't run on behalf of women when she's attacked women like monica lewinsky. >> the one time hillary went after him on women, he said how can you do that, your husband is bill clinton.
hillary stopped and went back to her corner. >> if he's the nominee, he's going to say that again and again. what she going to say? >> it's a very difficult line for her there. if she does like with bernie sanders, she has sat back. we're going to leave it up to you to decide. but she has a real tough road. >> does she have to apologize at a certain point? >> i think if she's running against donald trump in a general election, we have a pretty good idea of that kind of matchup. that's exactly how it's going to be framed in the fall. >> i hope you'll stay on the couch all morning. >> all day. >> happy birthday, mom, i love you. >> happy birthday, i totally agree with that. back to you, anna. other stories making headlines. one firefighter is injured after
a massive fire engulfs a three-story apartment complex in arizona. look at this. flames ripping through seven buildings, all of which are under construction. families in gilbert forced to evacuate their homes. more than 120 fire crews were called into battle the five-alarm inferno. no word yet on how it all started. >> the zoo keeper who was mauled to death broke the safety rules. they say she walked into the big cats' night house while the tigers were still inside. they are still investigating the attack. and a new plan in a fight against the zika virus. this is interesting. florida may release genetically modified mosquitos into the keys to help combat the virus.
some residents are questioning whether it's safe. dr. jennifer carl joined us earlier and said the fda is on board with the plan. >> they think it's safe, a relatively safe and unlikely to have harms to communicates, environments and to people and animals. >> 388 travel related cases of zika have been reported nationwide. and great grandparents guessing their pregnancy news. they listen to music to block their ears and try to guess what she's saying. look at this. >> are great grandparents. you -- >> do you want spinach? you are great grandparents. what? we're great grandparents? >> oh, i love this song.
>> the grandmother is so out of it there. she continues to play the game. they both eventually realize what's going on and start jumping up and down with excitement and hug their granddaughter. i want to know what's on grandma loves. all right. meanwhile, let's go uptown to rick about 100 feet from where we are right here. >> we're on the sunny side of the street right now. the camera guy said don't squint. how's that going for you? >> trying not to. >> take a look at the weather maps as you are getting outside this mor morning. severe weather today, we have the threat for severe weather. mostly hail, but few tornados. tomorrow, just some scattered showers, maybe a thunderstorm or two around chicago. tuesday's the big day. it could be the worst severe weather day we've had so far
this year. get ready for large and potentially destructive tornados, especially where you see that orange color. from manhattan, kansas all the way to dallas. we're going to watch that for your severe weather. all right, guys, who's taking it over now? >> we are. who paid hillary clinton to give those top secret speeches that she won't release the transcripts to? maria bartiromo breaks down the numbers. and say hello to the best thing you will see all day. ♪ hello from the outside ♪ at least i can say that i've tried ♪ >> and he's here on "fox & friends." he's taking the internet by storm and he's back for our performance. don't go anywhere. you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ (war drums beating)
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welcome back. hillary clinton is still as of this morning refusing to release transcripts of her paid speeches to wall street executives despite being asked to do so many times. >> you were calling for senator sanders to release his tax returns, which he did. you were call were for more . are you going to release your wall street transcripts? >> well, that's a good question. that's a very fair question. let me answer it this way. i have released 33 years of tax returns. now there's a new request to release transcripts of speeches that have been given. when everybody agrees to do that, i will as well. because i think it's important we all abide by the same standards. >> now we're learning that almost all of the wall street firms that paid her have u.s. government interests. maria bartiromo joins us now to
react. good morning. >> hey, there. good morning. >> it's a lot of money. >> how do you like this set outside where it is looking directly into the sun? would you like your sunglasses? >> i think it's really interesting. it's not just wall street firms. when you look at the other companies that hillary clinton spoke to in terms of giving speeches, an ap review found that all 82 companies or groups, they all were also involved in trying to lobby or sway the government in a certain way. >> that's got to be a coincidence, right? >> come on, steve. this is all about influence. that's why bernie sanders keeps complaining about it. he's trying to make the connection that, look, if somebody pays you upwards of $2 million collectively to make speeches, then how is she going to be tough on them and have
independence when it comes to policy. if all of these groups were lobbying the government, it's a fair question. >> how unwise is it to do it in the first place? why didn't anyone say, you're running for president, this is going to look terrible. just forego the paycheck for once? >> i don't have an answer for that. she really picked up the pace and started doing speeches aggressively. in her mind, she's thinking, i'm no longer secretary of state, i'm going to start making some money here. you know she had hopes of running for presidency. at that time, she should have said to herself, look, how will this look. now they want to see the speeches. you can only imagine what's in those speeches. having to curry favor or votes from wall street or any other group, probably they were favorable to that group. >> reported that her staff was -- would take the cell
phones of people in the audience to make sure that nothing ended up on video. it sounds like the only way we're going to know is if we get the transcripts. >> she keeps thinking, too, look, when everybody else releases their speeches -- >> who is everybody else? >> let's start with tax returns. whatever she can do to keep this at bay, she is going to do. i think it will be damaging. that's why she doesn't want to release it. she doesn't want the rest of the country to hear what she really feels about policy as it relates to wall street. i would eveventure to guess it' not as aggressive. >> i'm so sorry you have to live under those regulations. can you imagine how horrible it's going to be? >> i don't know if she will have to release these speeches before the election. we'll see about that.
obviously the upcoming elections on tuesday are going to be a big focus this is going to be as well. because people want to see an independent candidate. they want to feel like there's not going to be any sway. all of these groups, they will obviously follow clinton if in fact she does become president. >> folks, she's going to be on right after our show. how about a round of applause for maria bartiromo? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you so much. all right. i like it out here. >> we're going to talk about connecticut, what connecticut voters want and the tax story is in there. >> ready to rumble. he woied the internet with his cover of adele's "hello." he's back for a "fox & friends" encore. that's next. ♪ hello from the other side ♪ i must have called a though times ♪ .
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well, i tell you what, you're watching the forks news channel right now. starting tonight martha and bill are going to do an american town hall. please tune in, our friend tucker carlton is is going to be many in attendance as well. doing something. yeah, not doing it yet, but i'm not excited to be there. >> come back. very nice. >> you did not seem nervous at all. >> that's the feel. >> coming up after the show, we're going to have you sing gain. do you have another number again? >> yes, lay me down again by sam smith.
[ music playing ] >> wow. >> that's it for today. join us at 6:00 p.m. eastern time. tucker see you later. good morning. the northeast is back in the the spot light this morning as we approach five areas that could have a clear picture of the race for the white house. good morning everyone and welcome to sunday morning features. what is at stake this tuesday? and what about a contested convention? we will break it down coming up. jobs and wages is a big story this wages. candidate linda mcmain on the struggles that we're seeing in the five states. can the candidates bring the