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timing of just picking carrly fiorina? >> she'll be on "fox & friends" later today. and it starts right now. see you later. >> bye! my friend and the next vice president of the united states, carly fiorina! >> i would say that ted cruz is just like any other politician. he says one thing in manhattan, he says another thing in iowa, he says whatever he needs to say to get elected. >> i really think it's a waste of time. the carly thing, i just don't see it. it's awfully early. >> there's no question in my mind that the man standing between the two of us is far and away the best person to lead america back. ♪ i'm so happy i can see him more ♪ ♪ because we travel on the bus all day we get to play ♪
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>> live from new york city at the election, we have a lot of election news to talk about. welcome to "fox & friends." ♪ good morning to you and your family! you're looking at our rock climbing wall out on the plaza. because guys, we are going to camp today. >> we are. that is a little too high for us. i know what that says in the song, but that is high enough. >> here i am at camp granada. thank you for joining us today. we had camp folks here last year and they will be here again. >> is this the perfect month to pick a camp for your child? >> a lot of to people already have. but it's about time to ship them off, in many cases. >> you need to research it before you send your kids off. >> a lot of the camps are full.
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you have to get applications in a year in advance. >> oh, really? uh-oh. >> i remember missing out on camp because of that. >> a year in advance? >> i don't know. i haven't gotten there yet so i don't know. >> you have to be thinking about the summer. >> exactly. we have camp, the kellogg's olympic team will be announced today. we have carly fiorina. and it is bring your kids to work today. so we have all the cute kids walking around the studio and hallways. we'll introduce you to some of them coming up. >> i would look for the adults to have really good language today. >> yeah, i know. meanwhile, a day after he lost five states and trailing donald trump by about 400 delegates. ted cruz made a real front-runner move. he did something extraordinary. they don't do this very often, if ever. and that is, he said if i'm nominated and then become president of the united states, do you know who will be number two?
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carly fiorina. >> despite losing five states the night before he decided i'm going to be president and name my vice president. >> but it worked, ainsley and steve, because guess what? everyone is reading the news, not with the foreign policy speech of donald trump or his big victory, although the town hall last night with greta was fantastic. everyone was talking about this unorthodox move that virtually is unprecedented from 1976. you take carly fiorina who was just in the game, put her back in the game and she opened up. >> she gave a great speech last night. if you listened to her yesterday afternoon, she did have a little awkward moment many people are saying because she sang a song to ted cruz's daughter because she's on the bus with them. we played a little bit of it earlier. she's a strong woman, she ran a company. she said she had to be tough but she might have made enemies. she gives the reason for that. she talked about ted cruz making enemies, but in order to be a fighter and to get to the top
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you might have to do that along the way. >> no doubt about it, this is a hail mary move. ted cruz has got to win indiana next tuesday. mathematically he's already been eliminated but he's got to do well in indiana. she's from california as well. that doesn't hurt if they go all the way to california. here is carly fiorina last night with megyn kelly talking about donald trump and the differences between their approach. >> a majority of republican voters don't want donald trump to be their nominee. i think the point of today's announcement is to make crystal clear what the choice is. on the one hand, you have cruz and fiorina, two proven conservatives, two proven fighters who actually know what this fight is about. our jobs are prosperity, the possibilities and potential of our nation, our liberties and our security. on the other hand, you have donald trump and hillary clinton, who are two sides of the same coin, who are the ultimate insiders who have played this game all their lives.
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>> listen, no doubt, she's very poised and knows the issues inside and out. she wants to get into the political fray and gave a a democratic state in california. but i also thought what was most noteworthy was donald trump's measured response to that hail mary move by ted cruz. listen. >> well, i think it's truly a waste of time, honestly. i think -- it should be over. if indiana treats us right, we're going to make america great again. we're going to get rid of these politicians. and we're going to do it -- the right job. two days ago it was kasich, teyt were going to form an alliance, collude and get together. and then kasich didn't live up to his side of the deal and they are fighting with each other and now he's doing the carly thing. i just don't see it. number one, it's very early. you're not supposed to be doing it this early but i don't see it. >> he says it's a non-starter.
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because he's not going to make it, he's saying. >> they have this crazy videotape. we'll show you videotape of something carly fiorina said about ted cruz back in the day, back in january. but as you can see right here, donald trump tweeted out, agreed. and what's he talking about? that soundbyte where carly fiorina says this about ted cruz. >> he's just like any other politician. says one thing in manhattan, another thing in iowa, he says whatever he needs to get elected and then will do as he pleases. >> that was her talking about ted cruz a long time ago. >> january. >> and that's probably the main reason i cannot see donald trump, if he becomes the nominee, and it looks like he will be, picking out marco rubio, picking out ted cruz, picking out carly fiorina, because they have clashed and it seems so personal. even governor kasich. i thought for a chance he might reach to kasich because of ohio. but the fact they went at it and it got so personal, i don't know
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if they can salt it away. marco rubio hopped on a radio station and said, oh, yeah, i would support donald trump if he gets the nomination. >> it's like the show "survivor." you get alliances. marco could be teaming up with donald. chris christie is teaming up with donald. then on the other side you have kasich, obviously, with cruz. >> the closer you get the more they team up. we'll talk to carly fiorina in an hour from now right here on fox news channel. meanwhile, keep in mind, because it all comes down to indiana, indiana really is ted cruz's alamo. on the other side, you've got donald trump who has had a very good week. and what does he do? well, he rides into indianapolis yesterday on his 757, and who does he bring with him? bobby knight, the legendary basketball coach who is 100% behind donald trump. here they are, if you missed the town hall last night with greta, they were at the hilbert circle
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theater. the star of the show in addition to greta and donald trump, bobby knight. >> because i think, you know, i'm not a republican and i'm not a democrat, and i have always voted because i think that voting is a special thing that we have in this country that isn't in a lot of different countries. but i've always voted. but i've always voted for the person that i thought was the best for the job. and there's no question -- [ applause ] there's no question in my mind that the man standing between the two of us is far and away the best person to lead america back where we all want to be led. and that's the guy that can do it right here. let me say another thing about mr. trump. and i think for a little bit of like in that regard, if we're involved in something where we want to win, and particularly something that's necessary, if
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there's something out there where we need to win, we're going to try and beat your [ bleep ] every time we can. >> he's loved for that, he's a no-nonsense guy. he's a national championship coach there. and donald trump tweeted and said, this is the highlight of his time in indiana after he stayed at a holiday inn express. >> that's good. and by the way, it's also important that donald trump is opening up his wallet and spending $900,000 in tv and radio ads. he's going for the knockout. if he gets the knockout, he gets 57 delegates and california's important but doesn't become absolutely necessary and doesn't have to be a complete sweep. this would really diminish and deflate the cruz campaign big time because they got kasich to drop, carly fiorina named, but he also is petitioning governor mike pence. at the very least, governor, if you are not going to endorse me, don't endorse him because i'm going to win. and that's one thing he'll be emphasizing. >> so put yourself in the shoes of somebody from indiana, radioi thought? because it all comes down to
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indiana next tuesday. who will motivate the hoosiers more? the coach, bobby knight, or carly? e-mail us at friends@foxnews.com. e-mail us or tweet us because we are online during every commercial. >> nonstop. >> every commercial. let's hand it over to our friends. >> it's the turkey opener, the start of turkey season in indiana. >> the duck dynasty guys say he's the best shot. >> all right. gobble, gobble. good morning to all of you. hope you are off to a good day. brian is like, what is she talking about? turkey hunting. the bernie sanders campaign, brian. got to go somewhere. sanders' campaign laying off hundreds of staffers after losing four of five states to hillary clinton on tuesday. right now he has 550. after the layoffs he'll be left
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with 325 and 350. despite that, he'll stay in the race but political experts say the layoffs signal he's beginning to accept that he won't be the democratic nominee. well, branned new information about what killed wrestling star chyna. her manager says she overdosed on ambien and valium by accident. he found her body at her home in california and her official cause of death has not been released. and the lawyer for salah abdeslam says his lawyer is a little moron with the intelligence of an empty ashtray. abdeslam is facing terror charges for his role in the paris attacks to leave 130 people dead. here's video of him as they leave paris' palace of justice yesterday. he was extradited to france in secret. and those are your headlines. i'll see you back here in a little bit. gobble, gobble. perfect, heather. >> thank you. >> coming up on this thursday, a millenial goes viral after her
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rant against her own generation. >> respect your elders. we don't respect our country. we are stepping on our flag instead of stepping up to volunteer. >> she is taking some heat for that. but does she have a point? she's going to join us live, next. and will ferrell is getting ready for his next role, ronald reagan. and not everyone is happy about it. the outrage ahead. ♪ when josh atkins books at laquinta.com. he gets a ready for you alert the second his room is ready. so you know what he gives? i'll give you everything i've got and then some. he gives a hundred and ten percent! i'm confident this 10% can boost your market share. feel me lois?
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your toughest stuck-on food. so let your dishwasher be the dishwasher. see? told you it would work. cascade. one millenial is just fed up with her generation and she is calling them out in this video that has now gone viral. >> i took it upon myself to evaluate what is so wrong with our generation and why they are so mad at us. and then i pretty much realized we are just existing, we are not really contributing anything to society. our generation doesn't have the basic manners that include no ma'am and yes ma'am. we don't respect our elders. we don't even respect our country. we are stepping on our flag instead of stepping up to volunteer. we idolize people like kim kardashian and shame people like tim tebow. we are lazy, we are really entitled and we want to make a lot of money with free education but we are not willing to put in the work. we are more divided as a country ever before and i think our
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generation has a lot to do with that. everything that used to be frowned upon is now celebrated. >> so why is her message resonating with so many people? well, let's ask the fed up millenial, texas journalist a x alexis bloomer. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having me. i'm excited. >> why are you sending this message to my generation? >> it's not just to my generation but it's also to myself of the things that i mentioned in my video. it happened in a post office, i saw an elderly man walking in limping and the two boys ran past him and it rubbed me the wrong way. i was taught if there's an elder, you open the door for them. doesn't matter how old they are and respect them and take the time to make them feel special. that's what you do. it should be expected but i didn't really expect this to go viral at all. because it was something suspected from society. it shouldn't go viral because it is what we are expected to do. it was a call to action more than a rant. it was telling us all to step up to prove people wrong and be the
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better generation and not go out with such a bad reputation. >> wow, so this was not scripted? you saw that man at the post office, got in your car and just did this off the cuff? >> well, i had drove back to my parents' business and was sitting there and i was like, okay, i could either go on facebook and post a rant about it, like people are saying i did, or just sit here and not do anything about it. so i only had 11,000 followers and posted a video. i wrote some notes down and was like, okay, it's not going to be passionate if i don't just go for it. so i went for it and it resonated well with everyone, which is really surprising. >> what is your reaction, you say surprising, but you have more than 40 million people who have watched this. a lot of people reposted it. what was the reaction of your parents, neighbors, your community and other people your age? >> it's kind of funny. now that you said that, i thought, that's a lot of people. that's insane. i came from a town with no stoplights. that's exciting. my parents were thrilled and i
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sent it to my dad and he almost cried. he said, it's something we have been needing to hear. in our country we are not hearing the positive things anymore. we are hearing, okay, we are going to do this and this but no one is challenging us to do better. i went in the post office a few days later and they still don't know about the video or that it was inspired by that post office so it is kind of funny. >> i remember when i was your age and my mom called me to watch something, a story on the news about our age group and how bad our generation was. and i said, i promise when i get older i won't say negative things about the younger generation because i believe in the individual and there are good people in every generation, of course, like yourself. i'm really proud of you for doing this. it's a positive message, kids your age need to hear this, or not kids, 20 to 30-year-olds. i'm really proud of you. what are positive things your generation can contribute to this society? >> well, i think right now, like i said in my video, i appreciate what you said, by the way.
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that made me excited because i'm a huge fan of yours. >> thank you. >> we can just lead by example. that's why everyone is saying, what are you going to do to change it? i'm going to lead by example and practice things my parents taught me, can ch which is kindd expect. it doesn't cost anything to be kind and to have common respect and decency. i'm going to use it in my every day life. >> anything i can do to help your career, get my phone number. >> thank you so much. >> you're welcome. god speed. coming up, a controversial question, should women be required to register for the draft? a decision was just made and we have the results coming up next. and we showed you a video yesterday of a woman walking her dog from her car, remember this? it's sparking a ton of outrage. the woman who took the video coming up next. >> she's dragging her dog down the road. disgusting.
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we have got some quick military headlines for you on this tuesday. this just in, women may soon be required to register for the draft. women. the measure passed the house armed services committee yesterday, months after the department of defense cleared women to serve on the front lines. it still has to go before the full chamber before becoming official. and making history for the second time, one of the first women to earn the ranger tab is becoming the first army infantry officer. the captain is graduating today from the captain's career course at fort benning, georgia.
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more women are expected to follow in her footsteps. congratulatio congratulations. brian? steve, it's causing outrage across the internet and on our set yesterday. you have a woman walking her dog while driving her car. >> you don't do that to a dog. >> the dog was not dragging. >> that's okay, i'm going to report you. she's dragging her dog down the road. disgusting. >> yeah. police confirmed they have seen the video and do not consider this instant animal cruelty. but the woman who shot the video disagrees and so do most of you. amanda brockovich joins us. thank you for sharing your video. did you know this was taking place and have your iphone ready or did you stumble into this? >> i basically stumbled into it. i was driving up and she was pulling out of a parking lot and she was actually trying to get away pretty fast from another
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dog that was chasing her dog. so when i seen that, my first instinct was, oh, my gosh, i need to go say something to the lady. but first i needed to get it on camera in case charges need to be pressed. >> first you got out of the car -- >> i did not get out of the car. >> but you were talking to her, right? >> i pulled up next to her and said, hey, is there a reason you're doing that just to give her a chance to say, i'm disabled or something. but she didn't say anything of that. she was just like, defending herself, basically. there was no tension on the leash and i still do not feel comfortable about it. >> so then did you sense that she was embarrassed when you confronted her? because we blurred out her face for privacy, do you sense that the look on her face was, you got me? or did she look at you like, what's the problem? >> oh, no. she didn't seem embarrassed or anything at all. she laughed it off and drove off
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as soon as she saw i was recording her. >> but for our perspective, it looks like the dog was barely able to catch up with the car, correct? >> yeah, he was. and he seemed like he was really out of breath and tired. >> what is her explanation for why she's doing it? >> i have no idea. i haven't even gotten a chance to speak with her directly. >> right. what's the reaction been since the video's become public? >> it's -- there's been a lot of reactions, a lot of people are saying maybe she should just get a warning or go to jail. some people are saying, she needs to be fined. other people are talking about how in the video you can see that her son's not wearing a seat belt. and just -- you know, different kind of reactions. some people are just -- oh, you know, who cares kind of type thing. but mostly everyone is pretty outrageous. >> animal cruelty is something that people aren't on the fence about, it's very black and white, but authorities right now say they don't have a problem
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with it. hopefully this video being out there, her car being out there, will embarrass her not to do it again. amanda, thank you for taking action and sharing your story. >> oh, well thank you for having me on. >> no problem. best of luck. meanwhile, straight ahead, we change gears. you have a mom falling to her knees and screams as she watches a cruise ship leave with her kids on board. what happened next will astound you. and a plane falls from the sky, hits a tree, bursts into flames and the pilot walks away unscathed. hear from the lucky survivor straight ahead. but first, happy birthday to jay leno. he's 65 today and still very, very funny. ♪
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hi, i'm janet reno. welcome to janet reno's dance party coming to you live from my basement. what is that, fist? he talks too much? then i think it's time for operation shutty-uppy. >> he doesn't stand a chance in this field. the republican governors don't want that. they want someone coo-coo for cocoa puffs. >> they have will ferrell, who famously did janet reno's dance party across the street at 30 rock on "saturday night live." and the way he played a bumbling george w. bush, it has just been announced he's about to portray ronald reagan in a new movie called "reagan." and see if you think this is funny. here's the plot. it takes place in president reagan's second term. reagan has dementia, but an intern convinces him, the president, that he's an actor playing the president in a
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movie. >> wow. that's appropriate. >> hilarious. >> fantastic. michael reagan says what an outrage. alzheimer's is not a joke. it kills. you should be ashamed, all of you, being producers as well as will ferrell. >> so we want to know what you think about this. send your comments to us, friends@foxnews.com. >> there's a woman who is the director of the young america's foundation, a woman by the name of amy lutz, she said she was impressed with talent involved and she was impressed with the occasional flashes of whit. but she said the -- and she's seen it, a read-through, the entire screenplay is detached from reality. reagan is portrayed as a caricature that college professors often portray him as, bumbling, forgetful, wrestling with alzheimer's and he's beholden to his devious advisers. you take what the left said for years about reagan, make a funny movie about him with alzheimer's and that's the new will ferrell show.
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is that funny? >> young america is the group that bought the ranch out in santa barbara. >> yeah. real quick, it's not surprising, but as funny as will ferrell is, he's a democrat, and he mocked george bush on broadway right after bush left. >> that's right. he's been doing this forever. meanwhile, nothing to mock here with heather here now. >> thank you. good morning, everybody. good morning, hope you're off to a great day. some unbelievable video to show you out of alabama. a plane crashes into a tree, catches on fire and the pilot walks away unhurt. security video capturing the entire thing as people run to see if they can help out. the plane then explodes into flames. the pilot russell smith tumbles out of the plane. good samaritans pull him to safety. the pilot then stops for an interview. listen. >> everything i did brought it down in a tree. >> he refused medical treatment and returned to the airport
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later in the day to pick up his truck. unbelievable. well, a nightmare for any parent. we can all relate to this one. a stranded mother who was left sobbing as she watched a cruise ship sail away with her pre-teen kids on board. passengers on board that ship were shocked. >> you see that right there? that is someone that has missed the the boat. >> oh, my gosh. >> that right there is not cool. >> how awful. well, that woman and her husband missed the deadline to board on the island of nassau for the return trip to new york city. the norwegian cruise line claimed it had waited more than 30 minutes for them. the family was not reunited until four days later. imagine that, your kids are on board, pre-teens. and tsa agents are ripping the agency accusing their bosses of racially profiling muslims.
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a senior official told the housing oversight committee he was told to check somali-americans for watchlists saying they have to be mindful of those we interact with to determine if we want them in our office space or to meet elsewhere. the tsa manager also said if you rock the boat you simply get transferred. what do you think about that? and how is this for an unexpected house guest. a guy in louisiana, watch this, could not believe his eyes when he finds an alligator squatting inside his home. watch. >> come a little bit closer. i said, what in the devil is that? i got a little bit closer, big alligator. i've never seen one that big. as a matter of fact, in a house at all. just kind of freaked me out and i was like, man, how did this thing get in here? and what's he doing? >> well, a gator hunter was eventually able to cohoralchora
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alligator. >> he couldn't stay where he was. so he had to go find his up girlfriend. >> he needs to find some other friends right there. that gator was unharmed and eventually released into the wild. how terrified would you be, you walk into the house and find that in the room? >> how about the gator guy, the guy that comes with the duct tape. >> no thank you. they are trained for that. >> how many years has he been doing that? >> how many? >> ten. >> right, exactly. now we have to go to extreme weather. thank you, heather. extreme weather to tell you about wreak havoc in the heartland. massive amounts of hail raining down ruining cars and houses in the state of texas. >> meanwhile, people started getting creative hiding their property under trampolines. look at that right there, the car under the tramp leap, and wrapping them in plastic. janice dean is joining us now, the weather machine, talking hail. very creative. but, you know, we could see golf
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ball size hail across the south-central u.s. it's that time of the year, we'll take a quick look at the maps. we have the clash of the two cold masses there. denver at 35 with potential of snow today. and we have several reports of tornadoes, at least a dozen yesterday on top of the six that we saw the day before. so two dozen tornadoes. our next storm comes out of the rockies with snow and the potential for more storms, strong to severe storms, including tornadoes, not only today but tomorrow. so we'll be watching that from the fox news extreme weather. you should see 48th and 6th avenue right now. there is so much going on. we have bicycling, we have camps, we have brian wanting to be an olympic judge. brian, back to you! >> thank you very much, young lady. i appreciate the toss, kind of. hey, the double-digit countdown to the olympics with 99 days away with an exciting announcement right now excluusle to "fox and friends.
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"the first-time olympians will be on a kellogg's box. and it is time right now to reveal the, bo. joining us to make it happen, a true pro in every sense of the word, 12-time olympic medalist dara torrez. and with her, simone biles and julie johnson. are you getting along? >> yeah, really good. >> so what is kellogg's doing right now that has you excited and up so early? >> we are all excited about this. we are part of a program called team kellogg's on what gets your day started. i know standing next to me gets your day going. breakfast is very important whether you are an athlete or not. >> time to unveil. >> there are six of us on team kellogg's. >> look at this. >> this is my box. and then we also have natalie bulet that have their boxes,
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too. there's similar moone, excited her box. >> this is exciting. let me come back, what does it mean to be on the cover of the box? >> it is the icing on the cake as an athlete, you got your medals, did your training but the serial box, that's it. >> simone, at 18 years old. >> 19. >> 19 years old, three-time world champion, right? >> yes. >> what would it mean for you to make the team and to be on this box? >> it means the world, especially with all my amazing sponsors and team like team kellogg's and my teammates that help me out in the gym. >> wow. and you're excited to workout today. >> yes, i have to do a little workout today. >> good. tom, you already beat michael phelps this year already, right? >> yeah, maybe. >> you forgot that? >> in season, we like to keep the focus where it is and that is one thing kellogg's is keeping us do, keep the focus on the olympics and making the
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dream. >> is this pretty cool? >> yeah. >> what would it mean to make the team? >> it's everything. everything we have thought about our whole life. >> terry, you like it? >> i do. >> from the world cup, you have played in every single game. at 23 years old, what would it mean to be on the team to be a lay-up to you and to be on the box? >> it's such a dream. a dream come true. coming off a world cup win, it's more motivation to the next thing. this is definitely a cherry on top just to be on a cereal box kellogg's, it's great they are doing this with first-time olympians because this is hard when you train to become an olympian. julie, you are stretched out in the green room, can you see if you can hit a shot from 4 yards away. >> i better be able to. >> all right, here we go. >> on you? >> this is all of 4 yards so i don't think i have a shot here. hold on to that, chris.
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>> all right, ready? >> one more time. i was frozen with deception. >> brian, you're fired. >> all right. i think she's going to make it. dara, thank you so much for joining us. great to see you. simone, great to see you. congratulations. julie, congratulations on everything. i hear your team is actually better than when you world the world championship. >> that's the goal, right? continue to get better every year. >> right. it's not easy to be the best and improve on that. thank you to sports authority for making that possible. we appreciate it. a round of applause for the olympians, everybody. steve, back to tell us what is coming up next. thank you, brian. great job. >> so proud of them. >> great job to the ladies. coming up, edward snowden goes to the big screen. >> there's something going on inside the government that is really wrong and i can't ignore
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inside the federal government that is really wrong and i can't ignore it. i just want to get this data to the world. i feel like i'm made to do this. and if i don't do it, then -- i don't know anybody else that can. >> that's the brand new trailer for the movie "snowden" that comes out in september. but should snowden be portrayed as a patriot or traitor? here to weigh in is judge andrew napolitano. we have only seen the trailer, but i'm sure he's presented as a patriot. >> yes. let me make both arguments. the argument against snowden is that he revealed to the enemy the nature and extent of the ability of the american government to know what the enemy is doing. >> and that's against the law and he took an oath he would not do that. >> correct. he revealed sources and techniques and the vast deep extent to which the american government was following those who had caused us harm.
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the pro-snowden argument is this is a free society, this is the united states of america, we have -- the government should be transparent and we have a right to know what the government is doing. and he took oaths when he worked for the cia and then the nsa. one oath was to keep secret what he learned. and the other was, and i took this oath when i became a judge, to preserve, protect and defend the constitution. when it is impossible to comply with both of those, you comply with the higher of the two and you reveal what is failing to preserve, protect athe constitution. i don't know how this ends up. >> it looks like he's presented as a hero, the guy who said, hey, america, the nsa can turn your phone on in your pocket, turn on your camera and listen any time they want to. >> that is true. i don't know they have the resources to do that. >> they could if they wanted to. >> to do that to everyone all the time, but absolutely, they can do that. what i am always concerned about
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is that we have become to accept this. it is commonplace and we expect the government is monitoring us. and that is not the system that the framers gave us. the other argument is these are dangerous, treacherous times. and we don't want to see a brussels or paris-like event or god forbid another 9/11 happen here. >> since snowden made his allegations, the new patriot act was paired down because americans are saying, have we given the government too much power to spy on us? >> the government would have been smarter had they had the debate. remember, the government has been spying on americans without search warrants and legal authority since 1990. >> right. >> spying on members of congress on the cia, on the military, the american people have the right to know what the government is doing and agree with it or disagree with it and stop it. >> because the government says we have to keep you safe, and to do that we have to do this. >> so do we work for the government or does the government work for us?
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welcome back. did you know that may is national moving month? so if you're putting your house on the market, or you just realized that it's time to get organized, a little spring cleaning, our next guest has some tips for you and your family to tidy up your messy garage. he's chip wade, he's the host and the show is called "elbow room." i love your show. >> thank you. >> you're on hiatus, but you have another show coming u. >> in june. >> if your garage looks like this, what do we do? >> so really if you don't want to really call yourself out, one in three americans say that organizing your stuff is the most stressful part of moving. if your garage looks like this, you're probably in this category. to go from something messy to something organized i recommend a systematic approach. pick a day or two days -- >> just do it. we all procrastinate.
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>> having enough time to do it, and i like to make three different piles. keep, donate and toss. >> donate this is educational. but you don't necessarily need it because the kids are grown. >> absolutely. >> this stuff -- a lot of people keep the old electronics because i want to listen to that old record or cassette, but you're never going to do it. so throw it away. >> never do it. if your mention that your mother has this stuff, i'm calling you out. >> i'm sorry, mom. >> she said it behind the scenes. >> all moms do that. i have a wonderful mom. >> we have this stuff that we think we'll use. if you haven't used it in a couple of years evaluate it. >> you can transport them i guess you'd say to a dvd? you can throw these away. >> now, the second part is what people don't do. making these categories is good for organization. so the things to donate, things that are still good, like a pogo stick. right?
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your kids are too big, so this goes into the potential to donate pile. this old stuff, throw it away because it's broken. the final thing is with labelling. this is what people don't do. once you have your keep pile, get out your label maker. everybody's keep pile is always too big. >> that's true. >> some shocking things we were talking about during the commercial break, i was sur prielzed to find out this is the kind of stuff not to have in your garage. why? >> propane is a fire hazard. >> keep it outside? >> keep it outside. gas cans. propane tanks. i like to keep it under cover so they're not rusting without direct moisture. paint is one of the things that people don't realize. >> i didn't know this. this is disgusting. roaches love to hide in paper products. how many times have you eaten off of paper products that they have stored in the garage? gross. take them out of the garage and put them in your kitchen. thank you. i appreciate you being here. we'll be watching your show. coming up, carly fiorina reacts to her new role as ted
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♪ we get to play ♪ yep. a slow day in politics yesterday. >> my goodness. what is going on? >> you. >> remember she sang before, she sang to her grandkids or her dog or a cat. she sang there. >> ted cruz's girls. >> i'm saying to steve's point -- >> slow news day. >> between the foreign policy speech and then you have -- then you have the 4:00 announcement, eastern time, with ted cruz. and then you have the town hall last night. >> quite a year to cover election, isn't it? >> not a slow day in politics. we'll talk politics in a moment. not a slow day on the "fox & friends" plaza. >> look at janice. >> take a look. summer games are coming up. we had them here last year. a number of christian camps
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available for kids. interesting, i was talking to my friend last night. one of the camps represented today he went to as a child, his parents went to as children. his kids go to it today. >> wow. that's so neat. family tradition. >> one of those things if you go to camp, you remember it your whole life and you make friends your whole life. we're trying to teach -- we're trying to teach -- >> janice how to play -- >> archery. >> remember that picture of the marines that heather was showing us a few days ago or yesterday or the day before? here it is. the guys on the left-hand side, they recreated the picture. they're in our greenroom. >> all right! >> the picture, brian. >> that's right. i was talking to them, hey guys, you do realize we'll do the segment with no shirts on. >> yeah. >> they're great guys. one of the fellas said, you know, if that picture i had a -- in that picture i had a six pack
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and now it's turned into a keg. >> now he holds that six pack. >> one didn't think he'd get through vietnam. they gave him last rites. >> so cute. heather was taking some pictures with them. what a great group of guys. >> what an honor to have them here and be able to tell their story. >> you weren't bothering them, were you? >> i was so excited. not as excited as ainsley when kevin costner was here. we're so excited to introduce them in a bit. i have some haeadlines righ now. the bernie sanders campaign is laying off several staffers. and at one point he had more than 1,000 people on his staff. right now it's down to about 550. after the layoff he'll be left with somewhere between 325 and 350 people working for his campaign. sanders says he'll stay in the race, but political analyst says the move signals he's accepting he won't be the nominee. new detaut a dead inside a conference room le's
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in cupertino, california. local reports say that a gun was found near his body. and that he had died of a gunshot wound to the head. apple not releases his identity just yet. but they released a statement saying, that they are quote, heartbroken at the tragic loss of a young and talented co-worker. we'll keep you updated on any new details. take a look at what turned up inside the trunk of a car. two illegals. a mexican woman is now under arrest for trying to smuggle them into the u.s. a border agent in san diego discovered them during a check point inspection. the 19-year-old driver of the car was arrested. the men had been inside the trunk for a long time. they were treated and now are being processed by i.c.e. this is another amazing story. a soldier gets a big surprise when his father who happens to be a pilot captains his flight back home from his deployment. watch.
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that is the captain's father as he hugs his soldier son post deployment on his way home. what an incredible surprise it was. for first lieutenant mario lopez, he was flying home from kuwait at the same time his dad found out that he could pilot a military flight. he wasn't exactly sure if it was going to be his son's or not and it turned out to be his son's flight. they shared several long hugs before dad had a job to do and get everyone including his son home safely. isn't that awesome? and those are your headlines. >> how do you as parents watch that without crying? i know, i get tears because i'm now a mom. >> there you go. >> i have been covering -- you cry every time you do the stories. >> it's always personal. particularly for them.
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heather, thank you very much. >> i used to cry at the "american idol" finale. you know, just thinking about what the kids went through and where they were. let's talk about what happened in politics yesterday. the big thing was donald trump was giving a foreign policy speech and ted cruz said i have a big announcement. he unveiled the fact he has jumped the gun and is naming carly fiorina to be his running mate if he's nominated by the republicans. here's the thing. he's had a bad week. he was beaten in five states by donald trump. he's back 400 points -- delegates, that is to say, and his cruz/kasich alliance earlier in the week fizzled. >> but carly fiorina has been a stalwart for him since she decided to endorse him back on the florida primary. you have somebody who understands the issues. she's actually become an experienced politician considering she did well in running for senator -- running
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for barbara boxer's seat in california. i would say this. they say in indiana, she might not be as strong for carly as california would be. because when she -- she did some outsourcing with hewlett-packard. >> you have to remember that women are proud of her, she was a ceo, and what was the stage -- it was the b-stage debate. >> the undercard. >> the undercard. she did so well, she made it to the main debate and she's the vice presidential candidate. >> here's the thing about carly fiorina, she is so effective going after hillary clinton because of the way she goes at it. being a woman to a woman, i think, it's much more acceptable in our society than a man-to-man. so i think that if senator cruz is thinking big picture he has the right person because it's going to be hillary clinton. >> great. she's going to be with us in five minutes. if you have a question for her,
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e-mail us at friends@foxnews.com. by naming her yesterday, he was trying to get some buzz going because donald trump it seems like is a master at the free media. once again, yesterday, last night mr. trump unveiled bobby knight. no bigger name in sports in indiana. it started at the indiana state fair grounds. they were at the hilbert circle theater for the greta van susteren town hall. if you missed it, here's some of the stuff bobby said about donald. >> because i think -- you know, i'm not a republican, i'm not a democrat. and i have always voted because i think that voting is a special thing that we have in this country that isn't in a lot of different countries. but i have always voted. but i have always voted for the person that i thought was the best for the job. and there's no question -- [ applause ] there's no question in my mind
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that the man sitting between the two of us is far and away the best person to lead america back where we all want to be led. that's the guy that can do it right here. let me say another thing about mr. trump. and i think we're a little bit alike in that regard. if we're involved in something where we want to win, and particularly something that's necessary, if there's something out there where we need to win we're going to try and beat your [ bleep ] every time we can. >> that is true. that's why said the minute i heard bobby knight was going to meet donald trump on the stump in indiana, we have to go on a five to ten to 15 second delay. sometimes it comes out like yelling at the referees. >> well, we appreciate all the comments that you guys have been sending in. we'll be following those and read some of those later in the show. also, we got a chance to talk to a cute girl.
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she's a millennial earlier. she has a rant. she actually didn't call it a rant. she is talking to the millennials out there. she has more than 40 million followers. take a listen to what she's posted online. >> as a millennial, i took it upon myself to try to evaluate what's so wrong with our generation and why they're so mad at us. then i pretty much realized that we're just existing. we don't respect our elders. we don't respect our country. we're lazy. really entitled. we want to make a lot of money and have free education but not willing to put in the work. i think our generation actually has a lot to do with that. everything that used to be frowned upon is now celebrated. >> so there she was, she had been thinking about things she wanted to say. she said i'm going for it. there she is obviously in -- right there in the driver's seat of her car. she taped that. 41 million hits later -- >> followers. >> ainsley talked to her a while ago from texas. this is what she had to say about her generation.
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>> it all happened at the post office. i saw an elderly man walking in limping. these two boys ran past him and it really rubbed me the wrong way because i was always taught to if there's an elder, open the door for them. doesn't matter how old they are. you respect them and take the time to make them feel special. it should be expected, but i guess -- i didn't really expect this to go viral at all. i thought it was something like i said, expected of society. it's something we're all taught to do. but i had to tell people and i tried to -- it's a call to action more than a rant. we should be a better generation, not go out with a bad reputation. >> she was sweet. something our grandparents passed on to our generation and something we should pass on. remember the golden rule -- >> manners. simple things like that. we asked you what you thought. archie said this on facebook. this girl is awesome. she was spot son with her analysis, lazy cry babies who
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are looking for the free handouts. >> well, they gave us the finest military of our lifetime. i totally and utterly disagree. rudeness, crudeness, laziness and the easy way out is in all generations. the young people of today are being used as scapegoats. i resent it. >> i like that. because there are good people in every generation. karen writes, awesome young lady. i hope more young people follow her lead. >> keep your comments coming. >> especially if you're a millennial. weigh in. are your peers like they're being portrayed? >> use your smartphone, we know it's in your hand right now. >> right. coming up we told you about the brand-new partnership betwixt ted cruz and carly fiorina and trump calms it waste of time. she weighs in. and now look at the four men
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all right. presidential candidate senator ted cruz tapping his former rival, carly fiorina, for his vice presidential pick. but why choose a running mate perhaps now? could this give the cruz campaign the momentum it needs? >> you know what? let's talk to former 2016 candidate and ted cruz's current running mate carly fiorina who joins us today from indianapolis. >> good morning. >> nice to see you. >> good morning. how are you? >> we're okay. we're scratching our heads though because this is something we don't see very often. >> ever. >> why you? why now? >> well, first of all, let's be honest and say that we haven't seen anything like this election
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ever in so many just this way. so there's so much that's been unprecedented about this election. but i think ted cruz wants to make the choice in front of the american people and the people of indiana very clear. on the one hand, you have cruz and fiorina. we are both proven conservatives who are committed to and have fought the system. on the other hand, you have donald trump and hillary clinton. i put them in the same category because they're in the same category. they agree on many things. they are two sides of the same coin. hillary clinton has made her millions selling access and influence and donald trump has made his billions buying people like hillary clinton off. so if you want to be -- have a nominee who's actually a conservative and who will fight the system, now you have a real clear choice. >> all right. that's true, but when you guys are on the stage, there's 17 strong at some point, and at two stages we couldn't fit everybody on. you were going at each other and for a while it seemed like you were somebody who would never team with ted cruz.
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for example, listen to this. >> ted cruz is just like any other politician, he says one thing in manhattan. he says another thing in iowa. he says whatever he needs to say to get elected. and then he'll -- >> have you changed your mind? >> oh, yeah. in the heated basketball games, since we're in the hoosier state, players foul each other. sometimes you say things that turn out not to be true. listen, before i ever endorsed ted cruz or ever had a conference with him, i went in the voting booth in virginia and i voted for him. i voted for him because i thought long and hard about why i had ran for president. i ran for president because i think we need a conservative in the white house, who understands what the problem is -- too much power concentrated in the hands of too few. some of whom have republican next to their name. i also ran because i think we need a fighter. what i know about ted cruz is he
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is a real conservative who doesn't sacrifice his values and his principles. he's a real fighter and now i have come to know this man over the course of the last seven week. i have come to know him. i have come to know his family. so i'm very proud and honored and humbled to fight with him and stand alongside him. i think this is a fight. it is a fight for the soul of our party. and it is a fight for the future of our nation. >> and i guess you'll be fighting all the way to the end because california where you have connections there is going to be on june 7th. barbara boxer, democrat in california she tweeted out this. i predict that the latest carly fiorina merger will be as successful as her last one. what's your reaction? >> quickly. because we know you went against her. >> well, the merger with compac saved a company and created 80,000 jobs. not that boxer would understand that because all she's ever done
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fox news alert, some stories making headlines overseas at this hour. starting with this. a wave of deadly air strikes blasting a hospital overnight in aleppo, syria. supported by the group doctors without borders. it left 27 people dead, including six hospital and staff and three children. the syrian opposition blaming the country's president bashar al assad for the air strikes. and a powerful north korean missile crashes seconds after taking off.
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south korea media reports the missile had a range of more than 1,800 miles. it's the second failure in month. a lawyer for admitted terrorist salah abdeslam says his client is quote, a little moron with the intelligence of an empty ashtray. abdeslam is facing charges for his role in the attacks that left 150 people. he was extradited to france in secret. all right. an age old discipline, to spank or not to spank? now a new study is revealing it is harmful to your children. it looks at 50 years of research based on findings from 75 studies including more than 150,000 children. but a 2014 report found that as many as 80% of the parents worldwide spank their children. so are they all wrong? and who's really right? is it okay to spank? here to debate it, licensed psychotherapist and darby fox.
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you think it's okay never to spank? >> it's not okay to spank. there's a hard-line between gentle spank or not. it's not effective. this study showed it's not effective. it doesn't teach them anything which is what discipline is for. >> but tom, you feel as there are times within reason? >> yeah, i think the word spank is -- it's -- >> too general? >> broader than that. i mean, i would think the study probably focused more on people that are i guess tend to lead more to the aggressive side. if you're a parent and consta constantly spanking every time they spill milk, that's a problem. but if you have a child who is putting the finger in the light socket, you hit them on the tush, i don't have a problem with that. >> here are the problems with spanking. defying parents, acting aggressively.
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mental health problems, cognitive difficulties. darby, you want to expand on that. that plays to what you're saying. >> it is. even if you try to stop them from hurting themselves, putting their finger in the socket, you have to make a connection with them stopping with the behavior. you make no connection after you spank them or you shame them or frustrate them. that will lead to low self-esteem. just what they found there. those kind of problems. there's never -- it doesn't solve anything. doesn't teach them how to change their behavior. >> tom, it's -- what's tough to quantify is how do you quantify actions not taken because the fear of some type of corporate punishment? >> i think it's anecdotal in a way. i see it in the private practice. i have so many issues with young kids because the parents has been -- >> hands off. >> way too lenient. too many safe space things that are going on. >> you need a relationship with the kids. there's no -- there's not a reason to have a lack of discipline, but physical hitting or punishment does not work.
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we know that. >> i think physical -- there's a big difference between physically beating somebody and disciplining. a tap on the tush is not a physical, painful act. unless it triggers something emotionally. you're pairing that as a -- >> i don't believe there's a connection and this study found there's not a connection with the tap an what you're trying to do. you're trying to elicit a different response. >> two professionals, two different opinions. if you're a parent or you had parents, you have an opinion on this. write us and tell us what you think about this study and were you spanked, did you come out okay? how ever you were raised by your parents, good job. thank you so much. coming up, edward snowden headed to the big screen. should he be portrayed as a patriot or portrayed as a traitor? your comment are coming.
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studio. here we have dennis puleo, then we've got bob falk, tom hanks -- loved you, so thank you. and robert devenezia. thank you for joining us. who remembers that picture 50 years ago as if it was about a month and a half ago? >> well, i think all of us. >> tell us a little bit about that. >> well, i have to correct you because the first picture was taken ocean side, california. >> it was in california. >> the second one was at -- >> st. augustine. but what was the question? >> you know, what do you remember about it then? >> first picture? >> yep. >> just the four of us guys on a weekend. just getting together. we just started getting together as friends. somehow, we don't know how we connected as friends out there. we started to hang around. one day we went to the beach. we said, let's get a surfboard and we get that surfboard. put it in the sand.
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and took that picture. >> somebody had a camera? >> i had a camera. >> tom hanks had the camera. >> it's my hobby, and it still is. we used to get weekends off after hard work at pendleton. so we took the picture for fun. >> okay. >> i do remember a little bit about the board. we shook a guy down. [ laughter ] no serious. we intimidated this guy. >> we need your surfboard. >> yeah, we said we need it right now and he took the picture of us. >> we were very full of ourselves. we really were. we were all part of the weapons platoon. three machine gunners and a bazooka man. we didn't know what what we were headed for but we were excited. we were going on a ship called the iwo jima. we were going to park off the coast of iwo jima and it was going to be exciting. of course, that all changed 11 months later. >> no kidding. >> you all served in vietnam. >> yes. >> you were best friends in that
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picture. but life goes on. people fall out of touch with each other and that's what happened for 50 years. >> 46 years, we all connected on the internet. okay? and we had a reunion, myself, tom, and bob up at tom hanks' house up in atlanta. dennis didn't make that one. we had another one the three of us a couple of years later but this time dennis came to this one because of the significance of 50 years. it struck a cord. >> i think i read in the local naples paper, you were not crazy about getting back together. >> yeah. >> didn't want to? >> i didn't want to. i felt we could call it a little survivor's guilt, you know? we're so blessed. the things we saw, the things we did, and the fact that we made it out alive we just got a gift of 50 years. but there's tens of thousands of men and women who didn't get any time. >> well, you guys came back from
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vietnam 50 years ago. you did not get a hero's welcome. >> right. >> no. >> some people famously spit on returning vets so you didn't talk about your service. >> no. >> when i got off the plane after 11,000 mile plane fight, just aboutnonstop, two stops in between there, my mother and father were the only ones at the airport that met me. >> yeah. >> i think that the popularity and the reason this went viral is that america knows how bad we had it coming home. and they're liking us now. >> sure. what do you want to say to the vets of today? >> well -- god bless them. god bless them and protect them. they have too many restrictions. i would like to see the bureaucrats and politicians that come up with the rules of engagement to be the first ones to do it. >> sure. >> i'm serious. i'm worried about our kids today. >> you would give any of the guys returning and gals returning from combat today the welcome you deserve back there. >> huge heroes. >> absolutely. >> as you are as well.
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so 50 years later, you go down to st. augustine beach, pose for that picture. did you have to shake somebody else down for the long board? because i know you didn't have one. >> not in this case. >> i wasn't around. they sweet talked somebody. >> it was a miracle. >> we were met by angels. this guy put so much emphasis into getting the board there. when we got there, the surfboard story, nobody was talking about, a total stranger, he overheard the conversation. >> yeah. he said i have a long board from 1963 you guys can use. >> yeah. >> the board. >> we went out to his house about 15 miles up the road. >> and got the board. >> and got the board. well, he volunteered to take the board down to our place, our condo where we were staying at home. leave it there overnight so we could have it. >> sure. so the long board and the striped shirt really make it. where'd you find the striped shirt? >> bell's department store. >> you're just walking by and
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there it was on a table. >> i went to six different stores. >> can we put up the picture recently -- the modern day of the guys on the beach. >> big plug for bell's. >> absolutely. how many of you guys are sucking in your guts? >> all of us. >> not all of us, because i had a shirt on. >> i was sucking in mine. >> one quick thing. they taught us how to disassemble and assemble a machine gun with blind folds on, but never taught us how to pray. that's one thing you learn in combat. there are no atheists in combat. we were the luckiest guys alive. >> i want to tell you something about that shirt. the cameraman and the reporter was up at the beach -- >> from the local paper. >> he said, let me ask you a question. why do you have a shirt on and the other three don't?
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i figured maybe 50 years down the line something like this might happen. i didn't want my six pack of abs to turn into a keg shown in front of millions of people. >> are you guy going to continue to get together? >> yeah. we're planning on one 50 years from now. >> i'll be there. thank you very much. round of applause for them. thank you very much. awesome. all right, over here, the news with heather. >> gentlemen, on behalf of all the viewers who are watching right now, thank you for what you have done for our country. welcome home. okay, i have a couple of news headlines to bring you right now. call it cart rage on the golf course. a 57-year-old man accused of running over another man with a golf cart. the victim told police in denver that richard pond started driving full speed at him. by the time he realized he wasn't stopping, it was too late. the victim was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. the man faces assault charges.
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a mom and her two daughters, police say a costume character in times square demanded 20 bucks after tipping her $6. the cops then arrested minnie mouse. this comes after the new regulations of the characters harassing you for tips. everyone handles getting fired differently. but this takes the cake. >> don't worry. don't worry. i'm not going to do what you all think i'm going to do which is just flip out! >> okay. so here is what i'm talking about. one airport worker in russia demolished this plane. the plane was worth about 6.5 million bucks. a bucket of -- well, look at that right there. it just slices right through that plane's aluminum body like a can opener near the cockpit.
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wow. and ladies, you ever want to be a cheerleader at the university of washington? make sure you have a spray tan, fake eyelashes and that's according to the post. they took it down after other comments. other tips -- no jewelry or tattoos. they want you to show your midriff off. the university is now speaking out, saying the poster goes against its spirit policy. and those are your headlines. >> interesting, huh? >> there's something. >> i guess we won't be auditioning. thank you. coming up on this thursday telecast, edward snowden headed to the big screen via oliver stone. should he be portrayed as a patriot or a traitor? your comments are pouring in. welcome to camp fox and friends. look at janice. she's saddling up as we take you to summer camp out on the plaza. what you need to know before you decide to send the kids. born on this date in 1974,
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immigrants convicted of sexual assault, kidnapping and murder were released into the u.s. streets last year. that according to the numbers congress got this week. next, 37%. that's the percentage of u.s. high school seniors who are actually prepared for college level math and reading. >> what? >> the worst performers scoring the most on record. and number one. thanks to you, "thomas jefferson and the tripoli pirates" was number one on ebooks and number four in hard cover. >> who wrote that book? >> i'm not sure. i did it with don yeager. amazon decided to pit it up this weekend and i mentioned it once, the power of the show and the magic of the marines. >> congratulations, brian. >> thanks. >> you deserve it. meanwhile, let's talk about this. coming soon to a multiplex near you, the edward snowden movie. you know him, he worked at the nsa. he was a guy who knew all the secrets and then of course he
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spilled all the beans. some people view him as a patriot because he told us how the government is spying on all of us. others feel he is absolutely a traitor. here's a little bit of the movie. >> there's something going on inside the government that's really wrong and i can't ignore it. i just want to get this data to the world. >> hey. >> i feel like i'm made to do this. if i don't do it, then i don't know anybody else that can. >> yep. it's controversial to someone to say the least. if you talk to general hayden, he compromised us around he's cost us millions upon millions of dollars. where he's located today should show you his motivation -- russia. the first place he went is china. but judge napolitano feels different.
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listen. >> the argument against snowden is that he revealed to the enemy the nature and extent of the ability of the american government to know what the enemy is doing. the pro snowden argument, this is a free society, this is the united states of america, we have the government -- the government should be transparent. we have a right to know what the government is doing. what i am always concerned about is that we have become to accept this, that it's become common place. we expect that the government is monitoring us. and that's not the system that the framers gave us. other argument is these are dangerous, treacherous times. and we don't want to see a brussels or paris like attack or god forbid another 9/11 attack. >> this is what you said. he made the fight on terror a hell of a lot harder. that can't be undone. it was wrong. >> one said, what he did was wright. how he went about doing it was
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wrong. he should have done it legally through the whistle-blower program. >> i 100% agree. michael said he was wrong, no two ways about it. broke the two oaths he took, he did untold harm to our country and put lives at risk. what scares me about this, oliver stone is a -- he tends to relish in anti-american causes. and i worry about him behind the wheel of this movie. >> i'll say this. i watched the trailer. looks like a pretty good movie. >> it does look good. >> it would be great if it was fiction. but as it turns out it's a true story. >> but if it's another exporting how bad america is, do we want the world to get oliver stone's view of what he finds wrong with america? >> looks like it's a movie about big government and what big government can do to people who don't nope -- know when i think ins are going on. keep your comments coming on. ted cruz is picking carly fiorina, stealing donald trump's
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thunder. did he make the right move? laura ingraham has an interesting take. welcome to camp fox and friends. janice dean is thinking, when maria calls in sick, do i have to pick up and answer it? we'll decide where to send our kids to camp. on this day in 1991, amy grant had us all ga-ga with "baby baby." why do people count on sunsweet amazin prune juice to stay fit on the inside? it's made only from prunes, nothing else. it's a natural source of fiber and five essential vitamins. amazin prune juice and amazin prune light. from sunsweet, the feel good fruit. feel like this. look like this. feel like this. with dreamwalk insoles, turn shoes that can be a pain
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summer is almost here, although it doesn't feel like that in new york. you know what that means as
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parents. time to decide which camp is right for your kids. we are getting in the summer spirit on the plaza today. you should see this place. it is buzzing with excitement. and we have to talk about the sleep away camps and what they have to offer and how to make that a choice for your kid this year. with me is the president and ceo of christian camp and association. and john bishop from the river valley ranch. >> great to be here. >> how did you get involved in the camps? >> well, at our association, we have about 860 member camps across the country. i have actually maybe a camp kid myself, so i believe in the power of camp and the power of the camp experience to change lives. >> john, talk about the archery which i failed epically at during the tease. >> you're improving. >> i was awful. tell us about it. >> we try to provide the interesting and unique activities for the kids for the purpose of teaching them life skills. so archery tag is like dodge
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ball with an arrow and a marshmallow on the end. today we're doing target practice. but it's a game that they enjoy. >> let's see your best target. let's do ga-ga before the break. explain. >> it's dodge ball below your waist. the goal is to hit the ball and not get hit below the waist. it's great. it's great to get all the kids involved. even if you're not athletic. >> i'm not athletic. i thought i was great at it. over here though, the horses. i didn't have a very fast horse. >> well, it's early in the morning for the horses. >> we haven't fed them. >> we haven't fed them yet. so they're a little wild today. for the younger kids to do. it's like hipty hop from back in the '80s. good to get the kids engaged in what camp is all about.
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>> my kids are 5 and 7. is that a good age for first time? >> a lot of parents start with a day camp if they don't want them to go for sleepover camp. you know your kid well, you know the adventure and interests, so pick the right camp for them that's a good time for day camp. >> fantastic. we'll toss it back inside. somebody get off their horse because i want to go back on it. here we go. all right, ainsley, i'm challenging you, okay? let's go, ladies. >> yelling at the kids to get off their horse, you can't do that. >> janice, you're so cute. >> thank you, janice. meanwhile, on this thursday's show, a millennial goes viral after her rant against her own generation. >> we don't respect our elders. we don't respect our country. we're stepping on our flag instead of stepping up to volunteer. >> she is taking some heat for that. but does she have a point? hear from her straight ahead.
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more on the partnership between ted cruz and carly fiorina. is this what ted cruz needs to sink donald trump? laura ingraham will weigh in on that next. so you like to walk. but not just walk. speed walk. or you like to bike. in place. next to these strangers. or you want to know your heart rate. when you're doing this steady... this.
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♪ we get to play >> hi, everybody. welcome to another hour of politics. we'll get to that but first, welcome to camp "fox & friends." look outside. i believe that's janice dean, the climbing machine. >> climbing up the rock wall out there. you remember that from camp, kids. >> we had a rock wall. we had like a cliff. >> yeah. >> i'm from kansas. there was no mountain. >> this could be as close as we get. >> that's one of the things that the kids do in camp. usually they don't let the moms climb the rock wall. it's for the children. >> janice, you're doing a great job. not getting very far. but doing a great job. >> janice -- oh! >> are you okay? >> she's being dramatic. janice? okay. yeah. >> she's fine. >> all right. there are people laughing. >> right. i think it's the children. >> everything's okay. >> it's good.
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>> listen, we have a lot to discuss. yesterday was one of the busiest days you could have outside of an election day. >> let's talk to laura ingraham. fox news contributor, the editor-in-chief of lifezette. let's start with this. ted cruz threw a hail mary yesterday by the name of carly fiorina. obviously, it's because of indiana, right? >> yeah, well, i think -- i think -- yeah, i think it's probably the best thing that cruz could have done. i mean, i can't think of what else he could have done which could have at least diverted the news and the news media from the narrative of five state win for trump. that was a rough night the other night. i think ted cruz has been preparing for this for some time. they're very close. carly fiorina has been a stalwart defender of cruz on the campaign trail. >> yeah. >> she has been very effective against hillary. the only thing i thought was a little -- maybe a little slightly odd is cruz kept saying
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she's the most effective against hillary. well, don't we want cruz to be the most effective against hillary? i think it's a smart move on his part. i'm not sure it makes that much difference in indiana. >> but it shows that the media is playing it fair. when he became the story, he swamped trump. >> yeah. >> trump has been the story because of the things he says, good, bad, controversial, interesting. his background. whatever it is. >> good point, brian. >> here is ted cruz saying the media -- they want to put this narrative -- no. you had a great tease at 11:00, it became the story at night. >> he's done what trump did in the past. he had a 40 minute speech before carly fiorina came on. in part introducing her and in part putting out his vision for america. i mean, i mean this is politics. you have to use the leverage that you have when you have it. and yesterday he did what i think he needed to do to try to
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reorient this conversation politically after six losses in a row. it's not been a great run for him in the last few weeks. he had to change that narrative. >> so that's what's happening in the cruz camp. then you had trump. trump goes to indiana, he gets indiana's favorite man to campaign with him. coach bobby knight. take a listen to this and we'll get your reaction. >> because i think, you know, i'm not a republican, and i'm not a democrat. and i have always voted because i think that voting is a special thing that we have in this country that isn't in a lot of different countries. i have always voted, but i've always voted for the person that i thought was the best for the job. there's no question -- [ applause ] there's no question in my mind that the man sitting between the two of us is far and away the best person to lead america back where we all want to be led.
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and this's the guy that can do it right here. let me say another thing about mr. trump and i think we're a little bit alike in that regard. if we're involved in something where we want to win, and particularly something that's necessary, if there's something out there where we need to win, we're going to try to beat your [ bleep ] every time you can. >> we were ready for some bleeps. >> and bobby knight told a story, knight called trump a number of months ago, look, i want to endorse you. you're my guy. if you need me, let me know. in the last week or two, trump said, i'm going to indiana, do you want to hitch a ride on my 747? >> trump has a way of reclaiming the spotlight or driving a media cycle as well. and when you think -- when you think of knight and what he represented to indiana, not this drive to victory, the drive to
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win above all else, politically incorrect. he routinely -- brian, you remember this better than anyone. go back and watch the old clips of bobby knight taking on the media. one of my favorite things, you don't know anything about basketball, you have no idea what you're talking about. it was so refreshing because knight was knight, his players loved him. in the left wing media, all day yesterday, it was the bullies team up. trump and knight. the bullies. but for a lot of other people, it's not bullies. they're beloved. they're fighters. yeah, they're fighters and they fight against the bullies. either the inanti-of the press and they have a similar view of winning and people respect that and the namby-pamby gender
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neutral world we live in, they both come across as alpha males and men and women find that refreshing out there. >> gha's the end -- what's the end game, winning. they don't seem to care. i'm going to add this to this. it looks as though -- i thought it was interesting that donald trump didn't come up with a nickname for carly and cruz and have -- and make it a big deal. he just said it doesn't -- he said it in an intellectual way, it doesn't seem like a good thing or the right thing. but he moved on. i thought that tactically was a good move being that the female vote, he was -- the detractors wanted to see if he'd go off on another woman situation. >> yeah. no, he can't do that. i was at the foreign policy speech yesterday which -- again, a lot of people on the left and a lot of the neoconservatives on the right are poo-pooing this speech. i think again trump has a better sense of where the average person is when it comes to our foreign policy priorities and any of the news media -- than
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any of the news media will understand. they don't understand his rise, they were denigrating him and kicking him to the curb. what does he do? he goes out and says, we made mistakes on the right and the left, democrats and republicans and we need a policy that works for the american family, for the american people. we won't be stupid. he's clearly turning a page. away from bush, away from obama. to a new type of foreign policy. that was i think, you know, very consequential speech and all the right people in my mind are denigrating that today. again, they still don't get it. >> of course. all right, let's move from the campaign to culture. a young woman by the name of alexis bloomer, she pulled over her car. she was thinking about the things she had seen. she got her camera out and she taped this which is seen by 41 million people. >> as a millennial, i took it
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upon myself to try to evaluate what's so wrong with our generation and why they're so mad at us. then i realized that we're just existing, we're not contributing anything to society. we don't respect our elders. we don't respect our country. we're lazy. we're really entitled. we want to make a lot of money and have free education but we're not willing to put in the work. we're more divided as a country than ever before and i think our generation has a lot to do with that. everything that was -- >> it all happened at a post office. i saw an elderly man walking in and limping and the two boys ran past him. it rubbed me the wrong way. i was taught to, if there was an elder open the door for them. you respect them and take the time to make them feel special. it should be expected, but i guess i -- i didn't expect it to go viral at all because i thought it was like i said it was expected from society. it shouldn't go viral, because it's something we're all taught
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to do. it was a call to action more than a rant. we need to step up and be a better generation. >> isn't she just like a great example of what millennials, what we want our millennials to be like? >> you know, the cliches are all coming to my mind. but breath of fresh air, i mean, as someone -- i have a lot of great millennials working for me at lifezette. we howl because we sit around and we chat and we say, well, remember that kid who came in and the first question he asked was, you know, i have a snowboarding trip scheduled in a couple of weeks, so like is it cool for me to take that time off if i start like tomorrow? actually it's not cool. so we see this a lot. when you're on a bus, you know, a subway, how many times have you all seen an elderly person walk in and no one get up and give up his or her seat, an able-bodied young person? i see it a lot. >> you're right. i do think this is the same generation that gave us the incredible military. >> right. >> okay, brian, you take away
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all the fun of this segment. of course there are great millennials but she's making a point. she's making a point about basic civility, basic manners. look, we need to do better. lord knows i do. but it's nice to have someone say we can do better. my generation, their generation, we can all do better. >> all right, you have 15 minutes before your radio station tapes your show. go edit lifezette, we'll see you next week. >> always great to see you. have a good one. all right, let's go over to heather who has headlines for us. >> good morning. this coming in from overseas. we got this a short while ago. a wave of deadly air strikes blasting a hospital overnight in aleppo, syria. the hospital was supported by the group doctors without borders. the air strikes leaving 27 people dead so far. including six hospital staff and three children. the syrian opposition blaming the country's president bashar al assad for those strikes.
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we'll let you know as we get more information in. back here at home, a blood stained shirt showing up at a dry cleaner and now police want to know if it's related to the murder that took place inside a church last week. missy beaver's father-in-law took it to the dry cleaners four days after she was killed. it was bloodied when he broke up a dogfight. police are still searching for this person, dressed in what some are calling riot gear. others are saying it's a police uniform of sorts. it's believed that man broke into the texas church the morning that she was killed. well f a therapist doesn't want to treat someone the that's according to new law passed in tennessee. it's a free pass to discriminate, but the governor said he signed it to protect counselor's religious beliefs. they're required to still treat people threatening to hurt themselves but also required to direct a patient someone else if they deny them treatment. those your headlines.
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>> thank you. all right. thanks, heather. coming up, espn fired curt schilling for his views on the bathroom bill controversy. well, this morning he is firing back about what he says happens inside espn. it's pretty shocking. >> yeah. he never takes a backward step. and will ferrell taking a new role as ronald reagan. not everyone is laughing. after all, they mock alzheimer's. steve is hitting the streets to find out what they think. after all, he used to work across the street at 30 rock. fact. there's an advil specially made for fast relief that goes to work in minutes. the only advil with a rapid release formula for rapid relief of tough pain. look for advil film-coated in the white box! relief doesn't get any faster than this. advil. hello new coppertone sport. it's reformulated to feel lighter on your skin,
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here, there, everywhere. united states postal service priority: you so we told you earlier that will ferrell is going to be producing a movie starring as ronald reagan. it's going to be a comedy, steve. and it's going to be a comedy because it's so funny that ronald reagan loses his memory. >> right. some people say it's no laughing matter. so we sent steve doocy out on the streets to ask some folks. >> thank you very much. i'm across the street from 30 rock.
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there's the legendary building up on the eighth floor where they do the "saturday night live" show. that's will ferrell used to do the show. i was walking over here, you're evan. >> i'm evan. >> what's your name? >> dan. >> where are you from? >> tampa, florida. >> beautiful weather here. brisk. so will ferrell is going to be portraying ronald reagan in a new movie. >> what? >> is that funny? >> will ferrell is funny. >> he's a funny guy. a little left for me. >> that's okay. >> funny is funny. >> what do you think? >> i think it's hilarious. >> okay. see, he thinks it's hilarious. >> let me ask you about this part though. what he's doing is he's going to play ronald reagan, the second term where according to this hollywood scriptwriter he has dementia. and the crazy things he does as president with dementia. >> i don't know if that's how you want to remember one of our finer presidents. >> well, i don't think it's accurate. but the question is, is dementia funny? is alzheimer's funny?
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>> no. i think it's just pretty -- pretty debilitating disease. >> yeah. so would you go see the movie? >> i don't know. >> i think, you know what? i think these guys are actors. >> probably would. >> no, they're not actors. >> they do look like they're -- they're playing people from tampa. >> yeah. they are just -- they're just handsome men, brian. that's all there is to it. they're walking by. avenue of the americas. >> he's a smart guy, he's a mets fan. >> steve, i just think a lot of people will go see it because they like will ferrell. they expect it to be funny. you kind of have to find a little humor in some sad things that happen in life. i just hope they age him gracefully. i hope they do it correctly. you know? >> bye, tampa guys. >> can i get a picture of you?
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>> let me take a picture with you, steve. normally he wouldn't allow this. >> all right. thank you, steve, great job. >> anybody else needs picture, he's on 46th street. we'll see you in a second. his daughter was being bullied at school for supporting donald trump. so her police officer dad is teaching her a huge lesson. and i'll read ainsley because she walked away. he covered the coach on the sideline for praying and dancing donald at school, but did you know that todd starnes is a mean cook -- meaning good. he has recipes from his grandmother, and she's turning 1 hundred years old and is still putting paprika in stuff.
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some quick headlines for you. foul play now eyed in the disappearance of two florida teenagers that are lost at sea. or were lost at sea. brand-new pictures show the battery which is hard to reach in the off position and the key was also in the off position, suggesting it was disabled before it ever capsized in the storm. a nightmare for any parent. a stranded mother left sobbing watching as the cruise ship she was supposed to be on sails away with her kids on board. >> oh, my god. >> that right there is not cool. >> her husband left the two preteen children with relatives on board and went looking for the tardy mother. but both of them did not make it back in time. the ship was leaving the island of nassau for a return trip back here to new york city. the norwegian cruise line claimed it waited more than 30 minutes. the family was reunited four days later when mama flew up to
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new york. >> they don't wait. >> you have to be there in time. >> they don't wait. the southern gentleman's radio show is broadcast across the country and he's bringing a taste of the south to the north. >> that's right. fox news contributor and author todd starnes is here with his aunt lynn. >> hey, todd and aunt lynn. >> how did he rope you into this? >> he said southern cooking he had me there. >> we promised her a bottle of wine. >> oh, that does it every time. >> wait until noon. [ laughter ] >> today you're going to make a recipe that was your grandma's favorite, right? >> that's right. chicken divan. my grandmother turns 100 years old and this was published in the pink ladies cookbook from methodist hospital. >> that's a big deal. there's grandma. >> you can get the recipe on our
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website. how do we start? >> we start with cooking the broccoli. three packages. >> steam it. >> should we pour it in? >> pour it in. >> butter the pyrex dish, right? >> yeah. going into the buttered pyrex dish. then shredded chicken which you can cheat and use rotisserie. >> you can buy it at the grocery store. >> all right. we want that much. >> right. >> todd, do you do a lot of cooking? >> you know, i do a little bit. i made paula deen's mac and cheese in new york. >> you have to worry about the artery. >> that's what the mayonnaise is for. >> cream of mushroom. >> do we pour this in here? >> sure. >> what is that? >> that's the lemon juice. >> okay. >> and now -- >> all right, is this one can? >> one can.
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>> can you use the light? >> yes, you could use the light. >> use the light. >> can't taste the difference. >> can you use light mayonnaise? >> yes. >> what's the fun of that? >> come on, i'm salivating over the mayonnaise. what do we do with this? >> pour that over this. >> all right. >> is he doing a good job? >> he is doing a very good job. >> he doesn't nowhere things are. >> we do this. >> all right. >> the recipe -- >> all right. do you put cheese in it before you put it in the oven? >> yes. >> okay. the cheese -- one thing i want to say about this sauce, that it might be controversial to our family. but really, you're supposed to use like a two tablespoons of dry wine. >> that's okay. >> because me-maw was a methodist -- >> don't drink and drive. >> put the cheese on top and croutons as well. you put it in the oven for how long? >> 350 -- >> don't prepare for that
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controversy. >> 40 minutes. >> through the magic of television it winds up -- lynn, pull the new one out. >> here in the front. >> it's not me. it's martha maccallum and bill hemmer coming up. >> well, we're going to eat it. >> this is the easiest one i have ever done. >> thank you so much, aunt lynn. great job. welcome to new york. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. coming up, have you seen this video? it is outrageous. a plane falling from the sky, hits the tree and bursts into flames and the pilot, aunt lynn, walks away from the burning plane and stops to give an interview. >> he's probably ready for a glass of wine. and welcome to camp fox and friends, janice is playing bubble soccer. we'll talk about the best summer camps for your kids this summer. nothing unleashes power...
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i personally have never heard anyone call a basketball hoop a ring. but maybe that's just me. maybe -- so we went out in the street with the camera today and we asked people what do you throw a basketball into? to see if we could see anyone else who calls it a ring. what do you throw the basketball into? >> a hoop. >> a hoop. >> a hoop. >> what do you throw a basketball into? >> a bat. >> a hoop. >> a hoop. >> a basketball hoop. >> a hoop. >> a hoop. >> a hoop. >> a hoop. >> definitely a hoop. >> what do you throw a basketball into? >> a hoop. >> what would you call this? >> a hoop. >> would you ever call that a ring? >> no.
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>> got lower and lower by the end of it. that was fantastic. >> oh, gosh. >> well, the political talk has provided much material for every single monologue. >> did bobby knight ever say anything about it? >> not that i know of. >> but ted cruz is talking for hours out there and you'll make a flub. i'm sure he'd like a do-over. >> he kidded about it, listen, i can't believe i said that. my basketball coach yelled at me for screwing that up. >> well -- all right. 27 minutes before the top of the hour. >> let's hand it over to our friend, heather. you have headlines. >> i do. take a look at this, it's a giant message for the eyes in the sky. a retired detective built this bright orange trump sign on the roof of his house. he lives near baltimore -- near the airport. he wanted people flying into the airport to see this. he did this after his
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12-year-old daughter was bullied at school for supporting trump. this is a great way to teach her not to back down from what she believes. well, curt schilling is speaking out about the network that fired him for the comments on the bathroom bill controversy. he's now calling the network racist and biased against conservatives. he was canned after this post. he said espn has a double standard. >> it was apparent to me early on that if you wanted to go off topic as a sports person, you had to go off topic left. or you're going to get in trouble. some of the most racist things i heard came out of people that are on the air at espn. they're some of the biggest racists in sports commentating. and you take it for what it is. >> wow. curt schilling there. espn has not responded to those remarks. at least not yet. well, unbelievable video coming out of alabama. look at this. a plane crashes into a tree,
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catches fire, and then the pilot of that plane walks away unhurt. security video capturing the whole thing as people run in to see if they can help. the plane exploeds into flames. good samaritans pull the pilot to safety and then he stops for an interview. >> 80 notes or rotation speed, and everything seemed to be in order and then she died on me. all we did is put her down in the tree. >> jut put her down in the tree. well, incredibly he just a cut on his hands. he returned to the airport and picked up his truck. a retired police dog is being hailed for saving two toddlers trapped in a home. the german shepherd max leading firefighters through heavy smoke to find the little children. a 4-year-old boy and a 2-year-old girl stuck in their bedroom. those children are now in the hospital. max suffered a burn on his paw
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but he's expected to be just fine. and those are your headlines. what an incredible dog german shepherds are. >> you should know. there's so much going on outside. for that now, we turn to janice dean the outside machine. >> it is. we are having so much fun, talking about finding the right summer camp for your kids. as you can see all around us, this isn't your grandpa's summer camp. joining us to talk about the activities in the camps that have -- to offer us and kids and parents alike is greg hunter. a president and ceo of christian camp and conference association and with us word of life youth and family camp karl storeman. greg, how many camps are there across the country? >> well, there are thousands. we have 860 members of our association, but there are really thousands to choose from. for parents to find the camp that's right for their child, the power of camp.com is a great
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place. you can enter in the criteria based on the activities that the kids want to participate in. >> the kids go to camp and come back transformed in some cases. >> by the millions we say. camp is an opportunity for kids to get away from their daily routine. to get away from maybe the habits or the addictions. even the peer pressure and sometimes self-pressure they put on themselves on the something. going to camp gives them a reset button and they can see life in a different light and come back different people. >> look at the activities. well, i did this earlier. what age group are we talking about? i'm no spring chicken and i was doing okay. >> that's the great thing. kids of all ages up to adults and this climbing tower in particular is -- you really -- it's perfectly safe. it gives kids to participate in something they might not experience. or overcome obstacles. >> now the big bouncy balls like the kool-aid man, i felt like him. this is a new game. >> right.
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it's a fairly new game. again, a way to break down barriers. allow parents and kids to interact together. just kind of a neat experience. totally different. >> i love this. i love the fact that we're talking about summer camps. i'm thinking of doing the same for my kids. thank you so much for coming. how can we find out more information? >> go to powerofcamp.com. >> thank you. everyone is having fun, including the weather machine. >> i love camp. >> yeah. it's fun. coming up, it is now mathematically impossible for ted cruz or john kasich or bernie sanders to clinch their party's nomination. so why aren't they dropping out? is this fair to the voter? we'll analyze that coming up next.
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carly fiorina. >> i have never told them not to vote for me. they ought to vote for me. but i'm not over there campaigning and spending resources. >> let me also make it clear so that there is no confusion. we are in this campaign to win and become the democratic nominee. >> the question is, is it fair to you the american voter? here to discuss this is fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. good morning. >> it's fair if there's a messianic saviors. if they're part of a movement. if they're fighting for your soul and my soul and of the country and the soul of the democratic party and the soul of the republican party and of the dog that lives next door. at some point, someone should say, give up, go home. i think we all had the experience in high school or college or some point in our life where we fell in love with someone. we wanted someone to fall in love with us.
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>> you knew you had to give up? >> well, these folks have fallen in love with the white house but the folks who could send them to the white house has not fallen in love with them and they're dating three or more people and they're not going to get a date, not going to get married. they should go home and say good try. so following the example of al gore now, we have all become litigants. we have all become contestants now. we have all become winners, even though we haven't won. this is a new alternate reality. that's a path to victory -- there's a path to victory for me. well, the path is usually votes. there's a path for people to understand that i am the best. well, that succeeds fascism. we're a republic, and this is a solution, this is an answer, and you have the votes. you don't have the votes. if you don't have the votes come
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back the next time. well, i'm going to get up and sing now and enter into the world wrestling federation alliances, and then i'm going to pick a vice presidential candidate when i'm losing, and this is a moment. i'm going all the way to california, that bernie sanders says. what are we talking about? what are we saying to ourselves and what are we saying to our children? what are you going to say to your blessed little baby, you say, okay, once you have lost, you've lost, honey. >> right. a lesson in that. but what do you say to the voter who says these guys have every right to stay in the race all the way to the convention? >> yeah, they do have a right to stay in the race. that's part of america too. but it's also part of maturity. it's also part of leadership. we have great examples in our american history, where people have walked away. al gore didn't walk away when he should have. richard nixon walked away from
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the national good in 1960. even though he thought it was a suspect election. but now we have a bunch of people who believe they should get a ribbon, that they should get a trophy. we tell our children every day on television we're so sanctimonious. everybody doesn't win, they think they can all be winners but their ambition should not hold america hostage. >> everybody should get a trophy. peter johnson jr., thank you so much for being here. you know him as the $6 million man, but there's something you don't know about lee majors. what he and his wife did last night to help the most vulnerable in this country. it is so awesome. i can't wait to introduce you to the beautiful couple. there they are with steve.
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good morning, everybody. ted and carly go for it as a team and donald trump lays out the foreign policy vision as this race enters the end game
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now. we have great guests, stirewalt, karl rove, ambassador bolton and walid faris on the trump foreign policy. see you at the top of the hour. what about the high jumps? that's about five feet high. how does he do it? >> how could you have done that? >> what are you? >> i'm just like you, andy. a human being. except i have some electronic and mechanical parts. >> you mean your right arm and your legs? >> left eye. >> because it's bionic. behind every great man including the $6 million man there's a great woman and together they're a force to be reckoned with.
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>> lee majors and his wife were honored by the st. christopher's. joining us, our pleasure to introduce you to lee and faith majors. great to see you. >> great to be here. >> if you're the $6 million man, what is she? >> well, she's the $6 million woman. [ laughter ] >> you have been together a long time. >> yeah. >> 21 years. >> 21 years. >> what's the secret? >> well, just say yes honey. >> you're a good man. >> absolutely right. >> pick your battles. >> that's true. >> well, last night you were honored. ainsley was lucky to be in attendance. >> it was a wonderful event. st. christopher's inn, it's a special place. >> it is. we were being honored by them. st. christopher's, of course, mainly because of roger and elizabeth ailes who sponsored the event. they give a lot to that. i don't know if you know much about it, but it's a -- they had
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about 182 beds and it's for men -- young men, old men, with -- they're homeless. it's a temporary homeless shelter. but it's for substance abuse people, alcoholism. they have their own medical staff. everyone is greeted there. there's no cost. and any religion, any -- >> it's a wonderful facility. it helps so many people. it's located up in garrison, new york. >> that's right. >> once a year they put together a big show. you were the honorees and the ailes family put it all together. you told a great story i understand. if you're unfamiliar with lee majors' personal story, both your parents died before you were 2. >> yeah, my mom -- well, my father died when my mom was eight months pregnant with me. then my mom was run over by a drunk driver waiting to go to work at a local hospital as a cleaning lady.
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i was 16-month-olds old at the time. >> you were adopted by your aunt and uncle. >> i thought they were my real parents, but then at about 12 years old i found the newspaper in the cedar chest you're not supposed to be in. >> right. >> there was a little picture of me at 16 months, i put it back and i never told them i knew. so what it did was instilled in me a sense of having to prove myself. >> sure. >> which gave me a great lesson in life. it changed my perspective of life. i had to just -- it gave me great determination to get where i am. but as i said real quick last night if there's time, there was a saying that i heard, if you never set your eyes on your real father he has strange powers. i was thinking i had the strange powers because i kept achieving stuff. but then i realized i had another father up there that was looking out for me. i found out that god was really my father. >> your story was so inspiring to everyone in that audience last night. on the screen, you got to hear from the homeless men that are
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living at st. christopher's inn. they told their story and they were crying and they said, because of this place i was able to put drugs aside and be a great father to my children. we heard your story, faith. you talked about loss in your life. you were raised by a single mom, you had three sisters, one killed in a car accident. let's hear your story from last night. >> to tell you a little bit about myself, i was raised by a single mother who raised three daughters by herself. times were tough. she had to work two and three jobs just to put food on the table. and during these times of struggle, my mom instilled in me and my sisters, hard work, perseverance, and to always believe, have faith and trust in god that he will make a way. and he did. >> that's a good recipe for life. >> then she lost her mom also at a very young age of 60.
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>> so what's your advice to people that are going through something similar? >> for me, never give up. it doesn't matter -- my mom would say it doesn't matter what it looks like or sounds like or feels like, keep believing and trusting that god will make a way. it's not always easy, but it's -- >> like i said last night for every acting job i have gotten in the last 53 years i say, thank you, father. >> that's nice. >> indeed. you're still working. i know you're part of a new show over on stars now. >> yeah, into the second season of this show, i didn't know it was so phenomenal, to some young kids and adults. called "ash versus the evil dead." >> what is it about? >> i come in as ash's father. it's played by bruce campbell. and we shot it in new zealand. so we spent quite a long time in new zealand recently. >> well, fantastic. >> but it will be out in september. >> well, it's great to have you on the curvy couch. >> it is. >> so nice to meet you. >> i watch fox all day long. >> we love it. do you mind sticking around
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after the break so we can chat with you more? >> not at all. >> if you have a question for lee majors, faith majors, don't call, e-mail. so much faster. it shows up right here on this phone. some of your comments and the major family coming up in two minutes. you're watching "fox & friends" live from new york city. allergies distracting you? when your symptoms start... doctors recommend taking ...non-drowsy claritin every day of your allergy season. claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy 24 hour relief... for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day. live claritin clear.
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♪ ♪ i can feel god's light and power ♪ >> oh, the choir from last night's festivities that honored lee and faith majors. our e-mailers want know how you met. >> well, we met at a luncheon and she happened to be with
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someone and i -- >> hey, i'm lee majors. >> i happened to know -- i didn't say a thing. i just asked the gentleman la lay -- later if that was his girlfriend and he said no. >> the story to be continued. martha: new twist in the race for the white house. ted cruz says carly fiorina will be his vice president if he gets the nomination for the white house. gregg: i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer. ted cruz looking to stop donald trump's momentum and keep his campaign alive. >> if we are to win the nomination and pen more importantly, win the general election.

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