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♪ hi, friends, good morning, this is saturday the 30th of april. i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. a three-point a carnival turns to a tragedy after group of young girls are violently thrown from a ride called the sizzler. one did not survive. the investigation just developing this morning. >> plus, chaos continues at donald trump campaign events. burn american flags, try and flip police cars and block trump's entrance to the g.o.p. convention, forcing him to literally jump over a barricade. we're live on the ground this morning with what we can expect today. >> and michael strahan gets
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blindsided by kelli ripa on live television. >> i want to get your take on it because i don't have a take on it. i want yours. so you have gotten divorced. >> did she just go there? "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ stir it up. >> we got your bob marley pancakes this morning. >> going to eat. >> we are actually serving the masses today, if you want to come out, and eat pancakes on our plaza 48th and sixth. a deal at i hop where kids eat free. we have details coming up. >> we are serving the masses. >> yes, we are. >> smiley face pancakes my favorite at i hops. three new pancakes.
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>> if you are in midtown manhattan come, we will feed you for real. >> one minute after the hour. we do need to get right to news headlines on saturday morning. tragedy at a church carnival in el paso, texas. two teenage girls thrown off a spinning ride called the sizzler. 16-year-old dead and 15-year-old hurt but is expected to be okay. no word yet on what went wrong with that ride. this happens on the heels of a terrifying moment on a texas roller coaster when a boy's seat belt came undone earlier this week. thankfully no one there was hurt. and do you remember this? it was a close encounter between russian jets and u.s. navy destroy. well now the air show continues. russian fighter jet conductingner dangerous barrel roll maneuver within u.s. spy plane in international airspace
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yesterday. it's the third i want with u.s. forces this month. russia now blaming us for this and says the united states needs to stop flying so close to its borders or use transponders. zika has now claimed its first american life. the infected man died from internal bleeding. zika is spreading fast across latin america and the caribbean that includes puerto rico where there have been almost 700 confirmed cases. columbia and brazil have both reported deaths from zwickca. however, the cdc says infections are usually mild and deaths are rare. actor will ferrell not expanding his portrayal of u.s. presidents. >> i'm entering the race for president of the united states of america. the field of republicans out there is so messed up, i figured it makes you miss me, doesn't it? >> after a fury of criticism, ferrell is now backing out of his role as actor and producer of
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satirical film buckle up president ronald reagan. the film was to make light of president reagan suffering from alzheimer's in office. the family says any film making fun of alzheimer's, no laughing matter. those are your headlines. >> we have got a fox news alert for you this morning. anti-trump riots caused chaos in califo overnight. ' rally protesters break through beariers pelted police with eggs and more. [shouting] and it's not over. law enforcement bracing for even more violence today. our claudia cowan has details live from burlingame california. day two of the g.o.p. convention set to get underways in burlingame, california. ted cruz and running mate later tonight. it was his running mate that
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called a ruckus. [chanting get him out] [shouting] >> hundreds of rowdy protesters broke through police barricades and charged the hotel trying to get. in they didn't. several supporters were roughed up. one hit and spit on. five people were arrested and because of the protests, trump had to be wisconsined in through a back door. lunchtime speech delayed an hour. he told the audience getting
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inside was like, quote, crossing the border. more political rallies in los angeles. supporters of democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders are set to hold a march tied to international workers day or may day which is tomorrow. including a show of force by union janitors who held a big rally yesterday. they say they will threp to strike if they don't get better wages and benefits. and on may day tomorrow, more anti-trump rallies with activists demanding equality for immigrants. police say they have been working with the organizers of these marches and rallies to ensure there is no violence. back to you guys in new york. >> thanks a lot, claudia. there has been violence. quite a bit of it. on thursday protesters tried to flip over a police car outside a trump rally and blocked roads trying to get in. that does cross the line between protesting and rioting.
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>> donald trump almost didn't make it to own rally because protesters were outside blocking roadways. bring that video back again of the helicopter video showing ariel shots of how donald trump had to get brought in by the secret service. apparently they had to cut a hole through a fence and jump a barricade themselves to get in the back. is this any way to treat a presidential candidate? >> he made light of it then on stage saying this is what illegal immigrants have to go through when coming into the united states. listen to what he had to say about it that was not the easiest entrance i have ever made my wife called and said there are helicopters following you and we went under a fence and through a fence. oh, boy, it felt like i was crossing the border, actually. [ laughter ] i was crossing the border. but i got here. >> you are right. calling it what they are they are riots. you see these images, in
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chicago, in los angeles. the l.a. riots. you see similar signs, individuals, where you have knocking over police cars, smashing police cars, flipping them over. >> look, people don't like trump, that's okay. you are allowed not to like candidates protest against candidates. what you are not allow to do do is block public access to the candidates. not allow to do commit violence, more than anything, not allow to do prevent other people from speaking. you have a right of free speech and so does. obvious question? where are the cops? why are they allowing one of their police cars being destroyed? i support the police. you can't allow if you are the police, you cannot allow a mob to wreck your police car? >> if it would have happened in los angeles, you would have seen full swat teams out. this is san francisco. >> would it happen outside obama speech say i don't like obamacare. do i get to block the route or tear up police cars? know would be in jail. >> if supporters were
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protesting obama or hillary clinton at one of their rallies? can you imagine how it would be handled by the mainstream media. they would not be called demonstrators. >> no, it would not be. >> tale of two different events in chicago called off the event because of fears of violence. here, in order to get to the event climbing through a fence as he described ton stage through mud, had to climb over a fence and go over a freeway. he was an hour late but still manage to do get there. >> i bet this sickens average police officer. clearly they have been told not to get involved under pressure of political leaders, i would like to know who they are. if you are on duty police officer who has been at a trump rally and have you been told by one of the superiors no to interfere with the so-called demonstrators, call us, email me. we want to hear your side of it you know that's what's happening. >> we want to hear from you if that's the case. >> meanwhile hillary clinton on stage raising some eyebrows with this comment. she was talking about dealing with tough men she was talking about. obviously the general
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election having to face donald trump how would she deal with that people as she describes going off the reservation. listen to hillary clinton. >> he could say whatever he wants to say me b. me. i could really care less. i'm going to stand up for what i believe american people need and want in the next president. that's why i laid out plans. there is secret with what i would to do with the economy, healthcare, education and foreperson policy. i have laid it out there. remember, i have had a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation and the way they behave and how they speak. i'm not going to deal with their temper tantrums or their bullying or their efforts to try to provoke me. >> critics is saying is that some kind of self-conscious slip? >> noticed how eyes narrowed when dealing with men. >> why make it into a gender issue. she disagrees with trump. he with her. does it really need to be about the fact that is he a
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man and she is a woman? of course it doesn't. it's not necessarily about gender. her whole campaign based on the fact that she is a woman. she doesn't have a platform or theme beyond that. >> now she is handing out woman cards. >> she is answering that very question that trump has been throwing out on stage that this is the only thing she has to run on. she ask the woman. see it as opening to play that off of that. >> so she is saying so my husband cheated on me so i have been through this before? is that what she is saying? that's what the eyebrows are saying. >> when you hear that immediately your mind goes to bill. >> it's a little weird but she defended bill. >> also could be people she worked with in congress and d.c. >> you can't help but wonder. 11 minutes after the hour. move on for you this morning. zero storms now ripping through the southern plains. at least two people have already been injured as two tornadoes touched down in parts of texas. >> state of oklahoma of reports of yet another tornado and hail as large as baseballs ripping through that area. a mobile home was flattened spilling debris into a road.
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>> rick is tracking it all. >> let's put this into perspective. we are end of april, heading into may. the peak of severe weather season. this is the kind of stuff you see every at a if you are across parts of the plains. take a hook at a picture of the hail that came in oklahoma and in towards texas. give you a sense of how big that is. you have an idea there. there is another picture here i think we have of it. an actual baseball next to it so you can see the actual size. those will do really big damage to your car or to your house or to your roof or all kinds of things. we will see more of it today farther off toward the east. warm cooler in back behind this. a lot of snow rockies yesterday. still have some of that. this is our storm and slowly pulling off toward the east. as it does it will bring more severe weather across parts of the mississippi valley and points east. we will dry out in texas and oklahoma, which is good news. still have snow in western nebraska and parts of areas of the northern high plains. we are going to continue to
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watch that throughout the day. yeah, guys. severe weather season, it is not ungeraldo of. it's just time to be prepared and have your plan to deal with it. >> you wouldn't want those hail balls hitting you in the head. >> or car or anything. as big as softball. that's not uncommon in that area this time of year. >> crazy. thanks, rick. >> you bet. >> thanks, rick. 13 minutes after the hour. brand new clues in the mystery of two teenagers who died after being lost at sea. this new video shows the moment they left the marina. now why are investigators now saying there may have been foul play? >> more on the unrest surrounding a donald trump rally in the state of california. could the violent outburst actually be helping trump? trump supporter omarosa will be here debating it next. ♪
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welcome back. well, we just showed you the outrageous video anti-trump protesters rioting in the streets of california, smashing police cars, pelting them with rocks. so, if everyone is so angry, why is donald trump doing better than ever in the polls sweeping five recent states. here for debate omarosa. chuck fellow for the center national policy and president of solidarity strategies. nice to see both of you this morning. >> good morning. >> omarosa, when you see this type of violence unfolding on the streets of california, first of all, what's your general sense of it overnight as we're just watching these images come in to us. >> one correction, i am a professor of business here at howard. let you know that position is high on both sides. people with passion want to. do you have a right to protest we also have a freedom of speech. donald trump got up and was
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able to deliver a message. i think it's important that we have both sides being very vocal so that they can have their issues heard. >> i'm sorry about that i didn't have my coffee yet so i said harvard instead of howard. >> no worries. >> it's early. does it help or hurt donald trump? going not general election, california a very liberal state. will we see more of this throughout the country as we turn toward the general? >> i'm not a professor at howard but i get to run campaigns for a living. so i will give the other perspective. i won't talk about policy or argue that point. what i will say just from running campaigns all over the country, i see an energy out there as omarosa said obviously on both sides. i think tremendously helps donald trump. i'm a democrat. few primaries left he needs to close this deal. i do think this tension is going to hurt him in the general election. a lot of this sun known and yet to be seen because donald trump is changing the way we do politics. we don't know how many new voters are going to show up. >> so many of us have been wrong this entire time.
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omarosa, do you think this will be problem in the general? look at republican turnouts in the prime sear up 64% over 2012 levels. >> for me, it let's people know that his message is resonating on both sides. the protesters that we saw were very young. they were diverse. and many of them were representing anti-immigrants or pro-immigrant positions. and i think that that's one of the centerpieces of donald trump's campaign. he wants to shore up the border and make sure we are safe in the homeland. he wants to increase economic opportunities for very diverse group of people. so you hear these folks coming out. but when they become very violent, i think it's very dangerous because we do have the right to protest. we don't have the right to riot or inflict bodily harm on one another. >> chuck, what about the argument ted cruz has been making about violent protests over the month that he has created this environment of unrest and it's trump's fault? >> look, here i am defending donald trump but i will say this in his defense is that there is a lot of angst out
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there. that's why you see the rise of like a bernie sanders on the democratic side. people want an outlet for their frustration. they don't feel like government is representing them. they feel like if you have a lot of money you will be fine. who is taking care of the average working family. i agree with omarosa that none of this should ever turn into violence. americans have ever right to let their voice be heard. donald trump rolled into san francisco and there was a protest. shock the world, right? it's not going to be like that everywhere. there is unrest being tapped. >> omarosa, final word on that. >> i think he has really tapped into a group of people who want to have their voices heard. you will continue to see the protesters. you will continue to see them out there. you will see incredible turnout of new voters who have never been a part of the political process. that's a good thing that donald trump is bringing to this race. >> omarosa and chuck, thanks for getting up with us early this morning. warning for millions of drivers your airbag may not be working. massive that recall you need to know about is next.
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president obama pushing for smart gun technology to make firearms safer. what does that mean for gun owners and second amendment rights? kurt the cyber guy has checked out the technology firsthand and joins us live to show us how it works when it wee come back. ♪ show them what little girls are made of ur back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on. legalzoom. legal help is here. but not just walk.alk. speed walk. or you like to bike. in place. next to these strangers. or you want to know your heart rate.
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want. top of the morning. quick consumer headlines now. major recall. nissan is calling back 3 million cars worldwide because of airbag problems. most of those cars sold right here in the united states. japanese automaker says the passenger side airbag may not deploy in a crash because of a defect in the seat sensor. world's largest fruit and vegetable producer under fire. the justice department now launching a criminal
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investigation into dole after deadly listeria outbreak. this after the f.d.a. said the company knew there was evidence of potentially dangerous bacteria at springfield plant a year before recalled its products. and, what strike? verizon adding thousands of nonunion workers to replace its 40,000 union workers who are currently on strike. this comes after three weeks of protests and stand still contract negotiations. >> i wonder what reagan would have done? >> and a fox news alert for you this morning. the white house taking another step toward white house smart technology toward gun. advancing federal guidelines and smart gun tech. >> while the white house says the technology will keep us safer gun rights advocates are warning against any new rules over gun control. >> curt the cyber guy went to the range and tested some out. >> president came out in january saying if i can't push through major gun control legislation let's
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try little baby steps. what this is legislation that comes out and says aim going to use my executive power to really just say hey, law enforcement now has a path. we're not going to make them, but they have a path in which they can explore the kind of technologies that make guns a lot safer so that they don't really fire if someone who is bad gets ahold of a gun. how it works is kind of interesting. take a look at this guy, jonathan mossberg who came up with this idea. >> >> load the gun. >> it's ready. >> safety is on. i'm going to turn it off. try to fire it. >> it should fire if it's a regular gun. >> regular gun would fire. >> now, if i were to grab it instant. >> to the it, because have you authorized ring. >> okay. so what is that a finger print detection in biofeedback. >> two different kind of technologies for smart guns.
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one recognizes a transponder and a ring. the other one recognizes your handprint or fingerprint so that one we're testing right there happens to be the ring type. >> so like a key to be on a car. >> exactly. when that ring comes together with a gun, presumably you are wearing the ring if it's your gun, someone else questions ahold of your gun, they can't take it. >> the president yesterday said if we have the technology where we need our fingerprint to get into phone or fingerprint on aspirin container so kids can't get into that. we need same protocols in place. what's the argument against it? >> president is capitalizing on things we are much more comfortable with that we weren't few years ago. touch i.d. on iphone unlock it if we do it that way why can't we united states it for this gun technology, the fact of the matter is though, there are really weird laws in this country. in particular, in the state of new jersey, that says if you own a gun shop, and you start to sell smart guns,
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you no longer can sell any other gun except smart guns. it's a ridiculous law and i promise you. listen to what jonathan said about it. >> who is against smart phone technology. >> people that jump to conclusions that don't do homework and research are against it you may not want to buy one that's final. don't be against there is a colonel, a valid one of legislators wanting to mandate this stuff. i'm dead set against mandate. if you want to buy it, go ahead and buy it if a legislator wants to legislate it, don't get mad at me, talk to the governing officials and make it not happen. >> who is on the list of i don't like. this there are a lot of gun owners that are -- feel threatened by it for some reason they think you have to buy one. you don't have to buy it. >> for some reason they think the government may overreach on. this i have been in a lot of gun stores? are these for sale? i have never seen one. >> these are not for sale in the country as of yet. protestor poo types. out there. concern has come up about, clayton, you ask a question
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can these be hacked? here is what he said about that. >> the people who hate technology, smart guns, they think that big, bad government can shut my guns down. mine does not work on wi-fi or any signal other than this far apart. so, it's not going to, you know, unless the government forces its people to have one certain type of gun, but then people will use bombs. bad people are bad people. technology doesn't solve bad people. >> so calm down paranoid people. it's not like the government is reading your email or something, you know what i mean. >> the reality here is that this is a controversial topic. advancing technology that makes sense for a lot of applications. you speak with the leadership in any law enforcement and they will say this is great except don't make me use this. don't make me give this to my officers. make it an option so that the officer has the option of whether or not they want to use this type of protection. >> or someone who is not maybe -- doesn't shoot for sport but wants it in their home to protect their family and doesn't want their kids
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getting access to it. >> brilliant application in that way. >> let us know your thoughts on this. go to facebook page weigh in on this ff weekend. thank you, kurt. >> brand new clues in the mystery of two teens lost at sea. the brand new video shows the moment they lost the arena. why are investigators saying there may be foul play at home. michael strahan gets blind sided by kelly partnership with a on live tv. >> i want to get your take on it so you have gotten divorced. >> she just went there. and, i hop is out here on the plaza. pancakes on the plaza 48th and sixth. i hop has new items on the menu checking them out in just a minute. >> pancakes by rick? >> yes, please. my mom loves giving me advice. she even gives me advice...
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that maybe relations between them are not as warm between them off camera. some say they only talk to each other threw their agents. is that true? who knows. there is a window what is going on behind the scenes on the show yesterday. watch this. >> there is a great article in the paper. and i want to get your take on it because i don't have a take on it but i want yours. so, you've gotten divorced, and, anybody here like gotten divorced? anybody? some people? okay, you have. >> a sensitive subject. maybe. she also brought up contract negotiations on the air. >> passive aggressive. unbelievable. >> so she always says silly, crazy things, if this had happened six months ago, would anybody out there have been raising their eyebrows going such a dig. >> watch his face, yeah. right here when she says it. >> same thing would very thought anything about it? >> no. but she is dropping that bomb. like she thought this through. >> you think she maliciously
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thought this out when she got the run down for the show how can i get him down. >> you are a bad person. and speak to what it's like to be truly immoral. i can't. i don't have a lot of as that but as a bad person. >> definitely thought about it took two days off in protest from the show. by the way, i think that's an interesting way to take it out first of all on your viewers. the viewers, the audience had nothing to do with back and forth tiff taking it out on network and employer. >> monologue, mentioned there were snipers with tranquilizer darts in case she went off message. >> as a convicted felon, what was your take on it as someone who has done hard time? >> i did state time standing on my head. what i found when i was locked up in rikers for many years. >> call my agent. how do you answer? what was the response. >> sometimes say things and wish we could take them back. >> oh u oh, every day. >> four hours of live television it's bound to happen. >> is it going to get
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nastier. >> some other stories making headlines. brand new video now of two teenagers the day they vanished day fishing trip off the coast of florida. they would disappear hours later after running into bad weather. that boat, along austin's iphone were recovered last month by a cargo ship. their parents have agree to do allow to have allowed apple to unlock iphone hoping to t. will lead to clues of their disappearance. developing right now the search is on for a missing mother and air force veteran. investigators in south florida say trisha todd was reported missing after not picking up 2-year-old daughter. now being seen as suspicious after her car was found in her neighbor's driveway with the keys in the ignition. her purse was also inside but her wallet and cell phone were missing. and could prince's death have been prevented? new reports show that he knew he was addict to do pain killers. so he checked in to an
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outpatient rehab center. there is still no official cause of dakota but days before he died he was given quote a save shot. something typically used to treat opioid overdoses. he was also seen filling prescriptions at warr walgreen's at least four times the week he died. more nfl draft drama. this time commissioner roger goodell under fire for his reaction to this video of dolphin's pick laremy tunsil smoking from a bong then surfaced onlion just before the draft. goodell calling the incident exciting. >> i think it's all part of what makes the draft so exciting. clubs make decisions. and they make decisions. sometimes they take risks. sometimes they do the right things. sometimes they don't. and we will see. >> goodell says he didn't know about the incident when and tunsil met on the stage for the 13th pick. some nfl players lashing out online about goodell's comments calling the nfl a
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business and not their friend. those are your news headlines. >> clayton and rick are outside making pancakes for the masses. >> we are flipping out on the plaza this morning. there you go. we are making pancakes because i hop is here serving amazing pancakes. not just pancakes but new limited edition items to tell us about. here to tell us everything is marie grim. i hops. >> i love i hop's coffee so i need to do get that first. >> this is one of my first jobs in high school was making pancakes in the morning. can you tell me what new flavors you guys are rolling out this year? >> these are great examples of our innovation. we are constantly trying to innovate and bring us some fan favorite is we have our bakery favorites, inspired by the smells and taste you get in the bakery. >> cupcake. >> red velvet crepe and
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staff accessed be information into the hillary campaign. sanders campaign says they have been vindicated of any wrongdoing. microsoft won't make a cash donation to the republican convention this summer opting to just provide software and technical support it will, however, provide all of the above to the democratic convention. microsoft says donald trump is not the reason behind the decision. tucker, over to you. >> thanks, anna. well, in most states, makers don't have to bake wedding cakes for same sex couples if it violates religious beliefs. should their therapist be force to do treat patients who want top change then their gender. fox news medical a team keith a below and mel given daily. why should a psycho therapist or psychiatrist, anyone in the mental health field by required by government to treat anyone
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they don't want to treat. >> it's a great question. our profession is about promoting human well-being and ending discrimination. this law only protects therapists who aren't good at their jobs. >> interesting. so, dr. ablow, is that the point of psychotherapy if psychiatry is to prevent discrimination? >> well, certainly i don't think any therapist is out to discriminate against anyone. but we can't have thought police in a profession that is based on insight and free thought. you can't handcuff the therapist. the bottom line is all this bill says is that if it would violate your beliefs, if you couldn't dispense care in good conscience to somebody, let's say it is a same sex marriage couple preparing for marriage, you wouldn't be in a good position if every finener your being says i don't support this. to do that, transgender folks, you know what? some psychiatrists in america still believe that transgender is a maybe based in some psychological conflicts, not just a life
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choice. you know what? if somebody comes in, you have to be free as a therapist, free from malpractice claims. free from being disciplined by a board to say, look, here's what i think. all i could do for you is drive to the center of your being for what has led to this lifestyle of yours. that is illegal in some states. tennessee is right to protect therapists. >> so, nell, new the government tell you what to say to your patients? i mean, if the government can tell you have to see certain patients, why shouldn't they tell what you kind of treatment to dispense, what sort of advice to dispense, what kind of insights to share. >> obviously the government shouldn't be doing that. >> why? what's the difference? >> you create, when you are a therapist, a sacred place with a patient to be able to come in and share their most shameful secrets. and if -- it has been historically that if you don't feel like you should treat a patient you should refer them out.
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>> right. >> i agree with you. but the problem with this law is that it lowers the standard of the profession. and it's against -- the core of what we actually have to sign as an oath when we decide to become social workers or therapists. >> very quickly, dr. abw, there has to be some room for conscience in medical care, no? >> of course. it's so interesting that the folks want to declare their lifestyles and believes, somebody comes in and says i want you to prepare me for my sixth abortion. i just have anxiety about it. you one be able to drive down to the core of that and say let's think about why you are having abortions. if you don't want to think about that, find someone else. >> thank you both so much this morning. i have a feeling this debate will continue. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> all right. >> thanks. coming up next, more members of the washington establishment jumping on the trump train. is the republican party finally warming up to the idea of a trump condition deas?
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well ask former outsider candidate herman cain that's just ahead. earlier this week we introduced to the millennials who went viral for bashing own generation. >> we don't respect elders and disrespect our country. stepping on the flag instead of stepping up to volunteer. >> does she have a point or overstating it? we have two actual millennials in studio. they got up surprisingly early for their generation and they are going to debate it next. for over 10 years straight. over ten years? mhm, geico's the company your friends and neighbors trust. and deservedly so. indeed. geico. expect great savings and a whole lot more.
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like, why are we so entitled? because we don't deserve to be and we were raised better than this. >> 40 million hits on this video. is she right? keil is the president of silent partner marketing and adrian larson is editor and chief for the muse. good morning, thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> do you think this is too much of a generalization. you know all kinds of ambitious minels. >> hard to make generations about 50 year spanned make up 50% of the u.s. workforce. >>' fans saw this individual joe and they are taking her side. why do you support her. >> i support her pause at the end of the day the conversation is not about a generation as a whole but the individuals. success is not predicated on who you are, what age you are, but it's predicated on your ambition and willingness to outwork and outhustle everybody else. >> ambition to get out of your parent's basement or their loft upstairs. we have a graft we want to show you comes from pew
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research shows that 69% of my lebles li independently 2010. and declined in 2015. happened despite improved job market. just slight are they just free loading off their parents some of them. >> though the job market has improved. the average millennial has $45,000 in college debt. that's a really scary number and a lot of times people are choosing to move in with parents to pay down that debt. >> to adrian's point we have motivated millennials to tell you about too. 50% of millennials want to reach the top of their career. 28% consider themself workaholics and 46% want to start a company. a lot of those startups in silicone valley are millennials, aren't they. >> 80% of my staff are millennials. the ones that work for me and take offense to the piece i wrote the ones out
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hustle everyone else is the ones able to have that those jobs. the job market is overly saturated. in order to stand out you need to be able to differentiate yourself. >> to back that up. what about the generation that has all these participation trophies on their shelf at home? >> that's true. i mean, that is a common misconception about millennials i think more than anything though. millennials really want fulfillment from work. they want meaning from work. they are not necessarily looking for that trophy. >> all right. thank you so much. >> thanks for having us. >> great debate. four minutes before the top of the hour. here is what is coming up on the program. new poll says that the mainstream media had its way, they would vote 12 to 1 for hillary clinton over donald trump. that's not biased at all. rod rage caught on camera in california. how this man ended up on the hood of a moving car next. ♪ no matter how big the brake or how bad the luck ♪ or how bad the day we still had us ♪ but brothers closer than your next of kin.
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we love aliteration. >> we need to get right to your headlines because we have a fox news alert. tragedy at a church carnival in el paso, texas, two teenage girls thrown off a spinning ride called the sizzler. 16-year-old dead, another 15-year-old hurt. is expected to be okay. no word yet on what went wrong with that ride. this does happen on the heels of another terrifying moment on a texas roller coaster when a boy's seat belt came undone earlier this week. thankfully no one there was hurt. new overnight, the search is on for possible survivors after a building collapsed because of heavy rain. this is new video emerges of children being pulled from the rubble in kenya. local residents and other volunteers had v. been helping officials with the serve for survivors. as of now, at least seven people have known to have died and more than 120 people have been rescued. it is unclear how many people are still missing. and brand new video of two missing teenagers the day
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they vanished while on a fishing trim off the coast of florida. it shows 14-year-old austin and perry cohen heading out to sea. they would disappear hours later after running into bad weather. that boat along with austin's iphone were recovered last month along with a cargo ship. parents have agreed it allow apple to unlock the iphone hoping it will lead to clues of disappearance. legal and forensic's panel will weigh in on cracking that investigation a little bit later this hour. and a man clinging it on the hood of a car. look at this. it happened in miami after a case of road rage took a turn. >> i'm not going to fight you. i'm not going to fight you. >> well, the man hangs on while yelling at the driver inside. that driver makes a u-turn, trying to throw the man off it appears. but even that didn't make him let go. no word on what exactly led to the confrontation or if anyone is facing any
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charges. >> is he pretty calm about the whole thing. >> holding on one w. one hand. >> bravely point. >> let's have some civil discourse here. >> can we just have a talk right now? meanwhile, fox news alert, anti-trump demonstrations turning into riots in california. hard to call them anything else. look at these, rowdy crowds, breaking through barriers, pelting police with eggs. [shouting] >> and it's not over. law enforcement in california bracing for even more violence today. >> our claudia cowan has all the details. she is live in burling game, california, good morning. >> good morning, day two of the california g.o.p. convention will be all about senator ted cruz. he is slated to give the keynote speech at today's lunch banquet. featured ñ speaker at tonight's dinner. both will try to take the spot light off of frontrunner's donald trump's appearance here yesterday. and the rowdy protests that
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got out of hand when dozens of demonstrators broke through police barricades surrounding the hyatt hotel here in burlingame. clashes with police. trump had to be whisked in through a back door. his lunchtime spoch delayed about an hour turning the ordeal into a sound bite. listen. >> that was not the easiest entrance i've ever made. [ laughter ] my wife called. she said there are helicopters following you and we did and then we went under a fence and through a fence. oh, boy, felt like i was crossing the border, actually. you know? i was crossing the border. but i got here. >> and more political rallies are planned throughout the weekend in los angeles. supporters of democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders are set to hold a march tied to international workers day or may day, which is tomorrow, including a show of force by union janitors who held a big rally yesterday.
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they are threatening to strike if they don't get a contract offering better wages and benefits. and on may day tomorrow, police say they are ready for more anti-trump rallies with activists demanding more equality for immigrants. back to you in new york. '. >> claudia cowan, thanks. >> in the past donald trump has been accused of fostering some sort of environment that creates this hostility. ted cruz even had said that but yesterday there was a brief moment of solidarity between cruz and trump and cruz said these are left wing agitators. they are trying to silence any voice that they don't agree with. and it needs to end. >> is that an activist? is that a protester? the guy jumping on the top of a police car? trying to flip it over? >> strong language stronger. >> these are rioters actually. if we had to pull file video. go through computer system and pull file video from the l.a. riots. you would have a hard time telling the difference between what we saw
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yesterday and l.a. riots. flipping police cars. pelting police and protesters with robs in the face. by the way they were throwing eggs. and according to the guardian. the eggs that they were throwing because it's california. they were throwing organic eggs. they were. that's no joke. >> here's the truth. you get what you put up with we have this because we put up with it the police are putting up with it and the white house is putting up with it at this moment when legitimate protests are becoming illegitimate because they are becoming violent. you would expect the people in charge to lay out a clear statement of our principles which include at the very forefront free speech. freech. instead this is what the house said, watch. >> there is a long history and a long tradition of protests in the american political system. in fact, this country was started by a bunch of protesters. some of whom decided that they were pretty unhappy about taxes and threw some barrels of tea in the boston harbor there should be a debate and there should be a public debate. and that debate is likely to
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be filled with some emotion. these are serious issues that are being discussed. >> he is the lowest. this isn't the debate. it's opposite of debate. attempting to prevent debate. trying to prevent someone from speaking. we don't have a long tradition of that in this country. we have a long tradition of people saying what they think and being free. left given up on speech. that's the story of the decade. >> imagine the tenner physical this was happening outside of a hillary clinton gleal such a good point. >> argument has been made that these guys are coming together spontaneously. donald trump saying no, these guys have been organized and coming from other states. email blasts. and actually so, interestingly, at the hyatt hotel where some of these protesters showed up, they got there and booked hotel rooms well ahead of the event. then they hung up huge banners down inside the hyatt hotel where this speech was said to take place. they were already inside. they knew the speech was happening. they were totally organized
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and booked a whole bunch of rooms to be inside. >> that doesn't bother me. i think people have a right to protest and be noisy and loud and whatever. they don't have a right to prevent other people from speaking. freedom of speech is what sets us apart from the rest of the world. if we can't defend that we are going down. >> hillary clinton was asked while out on the campaign trail how she would handle donald trump in a head-to-head matchup in the general election. she says i can take the tough talk and listen to her reason boy. may make you raise your eyebrows just a bit. >> he can say whatever he wants to say about me. i could really care less. i'm going to stand up for what i think the american people need and want in the next president. that's why i have laid out very specific plans. there is nothing secret about what i want to do with the economy, with education, with held care, with foreign policy. i have laid it all out there. >> remember, i -- i have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation and the way they behave and how they
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speak. are i'm going to deal with their temper tantrums or bullying or efforts to try to provoke me. >> off the reservation and dealing with the behavior of hen. no is she now. >> by the way' native americans are offended by that phrase. >> off the reservation? >> yeah. >> can't help but wonder. >> i think she is saying what she really thinks. men. she is making this about gender. why not make it about the policy points you disagree with trump on. that's okay. >> she knows that's a weak spot with donald trump. his numbers with women are not great. try to capitalize on that. literally handing out woman cards. she is going to play the woman cards. handing out cards new york city metro card we saw her try to go and didn't know how to use them. >> do you think the coverage have you been watching and reading has been skewed?
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wonder why? who is producing that coverage? campaign reporters are. politico decide to do figure out who they're voting for so went and asked them. of the relatively small number who answered the question, here are the results. who are did you going to vote for in the general election? 12 for hillary clinton. one for sanders. one for trump. one cruz, one kasich. 17 don't plan to vote and 31 are lying they are supporting hillary, too. >> don't know is what that says, tucker. >> that's 12 to 1 hillary over trump. you are telling me that doesn't affect the coverage? if we replace the press corps right now with the graduating class of byu? would it effect the coverage? you bet it would. you bring your biases with you when you cover your stuff. trust me. >> i'm surprised how many people actually answered that question. the idea that sort of the era of the jim lear are a, i don't vote, i don't tell you my political decision because it will influence my reporting. willalso the 31 who don't know.
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anti-trump riots screaming chaos in california. are these just really demonstration demonstrations? should the press be calling them what they really are let's ask fox news contributor herman cain. what do you make of these? are these protests or riots. should the mainstream media speak up and call them what they appear to be. >> these are riots pure and simple. they are intend to do strike fear in the hearts of trump supporters and smear his campaign that's all it is. tucker was talking about people booking rooms and putting up banners. this was well organized and somebody had to pay for it these are not spontaneous. they are acting off of some of the negative perceptions about trump that have been created by the mainstream media these are violent riots, period. authorities ought to deal with them accordingly. >> they're not though, mr. cain. you are seeing police cars being destroyed and police are nowhere to be seen and the overview is the white
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house encouraging this. you saw josh earnst compare these thugs to the founding fathers. >> that's a false comparison as you pointed out earlier. this is not similar to what the founding fathers were protesting. this is an attempt to silence donald trump. to get him to cancel another rally to. try and get trump supporters upset and back off from voting for him. pure and simple. that's what this is about. >> does this hurt donald trump or help him? obviously he just swept five states. poll numbers increase after everything that unfolded in chicago. >> i think it helps donald trump. all of the people that have been anti-trump, they have thrown everything at him to bring him down except the kitchen sink. well, this is the kitchen sink. and i think it's going to back fire, also. >> we are seeing stories about the washington establishment warming up to donald trump and, yet, simultaneously there are still people in washington
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calling for third party republican candidate to run against him. which side is winning, do you think? >> i think the side that's warming up to donald trump is the side that's winning. the people who think, number one, that a third party candidate has a chance at this late point in the campaign, they are delusional. and they are -- they are digging in their heels for absolutelily no reason. the ones that are warming up are starting to see that they ought to listen to the voice of the people. it's been very loud in some of these primary states and it hasn't slowed down. i think incidents like the violence we saw out in california, that's going to embolden some of the trump supporters. and i believe it will probably help him in the long rupp. >> so help him in the long run and playing off of tucker's question. we saw a couple of key republican chairman this week and throw their support behind donald trump. do you think now we will start to see more of the rank and file republicans start to come forward in the coming weeks? >> yeah.
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i believe you will. and that is a good sign. and all i can say is hip hip hooray. pause one of the things that has been frustrating for me and a lot of other people is this divide and all of this never trump movement and i'm going, look, would you rather have hillary clinton in the white house or would you rather have whoever gets the republican nomination fairly? i'm going to support whoever gets the republican nomination fairly. but if they, you know, pull some shenanigans it could disrupt the republican party. i hope that doesn't happen. and i'm glad to see that some of these committed chair. some of the mainstream republican leaders, republican elected officials are starting to warm up to the idea. because, donald trump represents the voice of a whole lot of people, accept it. >> herman cain. >> ladies and gentlemen, thanks for joining us. we appreciate it? >> happy to be here, guys. >> you know him as one half of hgtv's property brothers.
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bathroom policy. the company stock has fallen nearly 6% in the time in the face of boycotts. and finally, 11. that's how many elephants in the wring bling brothers circus are set to give final bow tomorrow. greatest show on earth that began 145 years ago. elephants are set to be transport to do a conservation center center. can you see them there. >> out on the plaza. i hop pancakes. bring them over to our guests. you need to serve people. need to share. writer under fire for saying women without children should get the same amount of time for leave as new mothers author' says it's "me"ternity leave. that's what she is saying in her new book. she told the "new york post" i couldn't help but feel envious when parents on the staff left the office at 6:00 p.m. while i was assumed co-workers without kids would stay behind to pick up
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the slack. so should people without kids get their own time away from work or should they be using that time for some self-reflection, too? let's bring in our panel mommy blogger of three jennifer wallace, comedian ryan and ceo of in your corner bee arthur. god morning, everybody. >> good morning. >> you have kids at home. when you were on maternity leave eating bonbons and kicking it on the beach. >> all about me time. getting over the surgery and waking up every hour to feed your baby. i was a little surprised that someone would short of call out a mommy card because i certainly didn't realize there was one. >> and ryan, you think if somebody needs this me time they should go. >> is there a surprise that she is single by the time? me time the word selfish is already taken. looking at her co-workers and why do they get to go home and play with their kids. >> at the same time, you know, a lot of other countries offer a lot more vacation time burn out and
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things like that. ciewrng she has a point? >> absolutely. people don't take holiday and sick days most report 10 to 20 days a year. advocate for self-care. she would call it a me time and employees should also encourage self-care so you don't get burned out. >> stop having to take a real mental health break when you have a breakdown. do you think if she had called it something different rather than "me"ternity it wouldn't have been so bad? this hits -- pits mothers and non-mothers against each other it? >> does. she doesn't realize maternity leave is not a mandate. not paid for it most of the mothers are taking it and spending their own money. so better word would have been sebaali baltic call which does exist. >> why is it only for the women? you want to go home and not have a kid and you want the guys to work. all right? so you are for traditional marriage you are saying? >> which one is this. >> guys should also be included. i think it's really remember
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to remember motivation behind it what prompted sabbatical is that her father died. major life transition is important to realize that you do need time to heal before you can move on. >> do employers need to be more sensitive to their employees and say i do just need a mental health kay. >> i do need that she started a conversation that we need to continue which is the idea that maternity leave should be paid. we are the only country industrialized country in the world that doesn't pay women for maternity leave. if we want to talk about work life balance. let's start with the family. >> they are bringing pancakes. >> all right. guys, thank you so much for weighing. in grens at home, talk about this later today as well. email us at friends@foxnews.com. hit us up on facebook or twitter. thanks, guys. enjoy the pancakes. >> pancakes. >> coming up on the program. up next on the primary calendar is indiana. a state that's been called do or die for the cruz campaign. so what happens if he does beat donald trump? a live report from d.c. is next on that. and it's not just pancakes.
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hey, hey, good morning. all campaign roads leading to indiana. we are now three days away from the critical g.o.p. primary. and senator ted cruz is getting a boost in the polls. >> who better to explain what's going on than our pal garrett tenney who is live with the very latest. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all. ted cruz admits now that the g.o.p. nomination is on the line in indiana in a town hall with sean hannity yesterday cruz said that the path to the nomination will all but disappear for him if donald trump wins the hoosier state there are some encouraging signs though for the texas senator. in the most recent poll that came out on friday, cruz is leading with 45%. that's 16 point ahead of trump who has 29%. and ahead of kasich who has just 13%. but that bowl stands in stark contrast to nearly every other recent poll from indiana which have had trump leading by about a few points.
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though with the endorsement of indiana's governor yesterday, cruz is hoping to keep that momentum going to tuesday. >> this primary is going to be decided by the american common sense of the hoosier state. and i don't think they're interested in some bully who yells and screams and doesn't have any real policy solutions. >> while many including ted cruz indiana decides whether he has the 1237 for the nomination. even if cruz wins the hoosier state at this point it went make much of a difference. >> i still think that the problem for cruz is that trump is going to be hundreds of delegates ahead. millions of votes ahead. he has more votes than romney or mccain did when they got the nomination. the point is, he is getting a lot of people who aren't republicans. is he getting democrats and independents who are coming to vote for him. >> if trump wins indiana's 57 delegates. it would put him over the
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thousand mark. and with several primaries left he would be less than 200 away from securing the nomination ahead of the convention. back to y'all. >> thanks, garrett. >> thanks, garrett. >> interesting new line of attack for ted cruz over the past few days maybe it's working. is he talking about transgender bathrooms and been talking about trump's support of that and hillary clinton's support of that and saying it's hard to distinguish the two of them. that may resonate in indiana. >> what had notat least a majort poll because it was two week long poll ended on the 27th. factors in the carly fiorina factor. having a female on his ticket since he is picking her as his vice president should he win the g.o.p. nomination. and you know donald trump struggles with women. and also, this seems to be the queer of the outsider and carly fiorina definitely an outsider. >> were that poll is an outlier by the way. it's at odds with every other poll. we will see maybe he will lose indiana. i think huckabee is on to
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something, though. he has received more votes than the last two republican nominees. how is he not going to be the nominee? maybe he won't be? i don't know. i'm not endorsing him but i mean how would that work, exactly? >> interesting that ted cruz is drawing this line in the sand on hannity last night seeming to say look, this is the moment. indiana is the moment for him. will he drop out if he loses after tuesday. >> you haven't heard him speak that way, have v. we? >> i don't see how ted cruz wins i just don't but who knows. >> start this headline with heart stopping video motorcyclists outrunning death. he was stopped at an intersection but that truck keeps on sliding because of slick roadways and barrels towards him. and in a split second the man dishes his bike running for his life narrowly escapes, mark columbusly no life threatening injuries. after all the backlash, it doesn't look like will ferrell will be taking on another presidential role. >> i'm entering the race for president of the united states of america.
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the field of republicans out there is so messed up, i figured it makes you miss me, doesn't it? >> ferrell is now backing out of his role as actor and producer of the satirical film about beloved president ronald reagan. the movie was designed to make life of reagan suffering from alzheimer's while in office. critics and president reagan's family says any film making fun of alzheimer's no laughing matter. hgtv property brother jonathan scott finding himself in a real life fixer-upper. the real life makeover show host says bar bouncer put him in a chokehold. scott says he was trying to break up a fight between ba goers when it happened. he then called 911 saying he had been assaulted. no one was arrested and now police are investigating the incident. tax returns taken by a postal worker, earl champagne just pleaded guilty to stealing more than 70 checks along his suburban, new jersey route in 2014.
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champagne allegedly looked for checks with spanish names, stole them and sold them to unnamed people for auto dollars each. 30 years in prison and $250,000 fine. those are your headlines. >> rick scott a report from the natural world. where are you rick? >> best world. a lot of rain coming for the country. almost every state going to see significant rain. take a look at the map show you what's going on. here is the today across the northeast. if you are planning the weekend today is better day than tomorrow not amazing day but better day. tomorrow all that rain moves in and a bit of a washout for your sunday. and pretty cool temperatures. down to the southeast we have pretty significant storms this morning across areas between the texas and louisiana border. and we're going to watch those today. a little bit of severe weather. we're clear out though in texas and oklahoma. which is some very good news. into the northern plains, here is where the rain is today. and some snow. snow across western areas of nebraska. into the panhandle. we will deal with that all day long.
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rain across eastern nebraska. finally out across the west. little bit of rain moving in across the desert southwest. arizona few showers. snow across the higher elevations. continue to see some snow across parts of the rockies. anna and tuck he, send it over to you. >> we have gone to the dogs. [dogs barking] >> today is national adopt a shelter pet day. here to tell us about the importance and joys of adopt ago shelter pet and supporting our shelters. >> president and ceo of the aspa and he has brought along some of his four legged friends with him. good morning, they are very animated this morning. >> vsh they had pancakes. >> few of them had pancakes sprinkles on top it looked very nice. >> all of these dogs from a shelter. >> absolutely. represent the kinds of dogs across the country. >> every shape and size. >> every shape and size. >> tell us why it's important to make sure you get the right type of dog for your family if you have small children. if you are somebody who likes exercise or sedentary. >> sure. >> you really want to make a
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good match. want to make sure that the dog or cat you bring into your home will meet your lifestyle. if you are active person, hiking and running. you want to make sure that that dog is going to do that. >> what would that be like a dalmatian, a lab. >> every cog is an individual. a shelter knows their personality and tell you what's going to match your lifestyle. >> we have adopted dogs from shelters and they are grateful. >> i believe in my heart dogs, rescued from a shelter return the love ten fold. >> you have three specific dogs looking for homes. >> yes. we have lay lonnie. she was abandoned about. two years ago we entered into relationship with nypd where essentially they go after the bad guys and we take care of the animals. and she was one of those. >> bad guys had a shih tzu? >> bad guys had a shih tzu. >> hard to believe. >> another cutie pa tootie. >> different kind of bad guys here in new york. >> kimmie was a victim of circumstances.
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kimy's owner sadly for reasons that we don't know give her up and she is looking for a home right now. >> she is so cute. >> casey also came to us through our partnership with the new york city police department. casey was abandoned. is he a 5-year-old terrier mix and is he looking for a home as well. >> not just puppies but we have kittens too. >> >> is it harder to place dogs or cats? >> both it really is dependent on what the family is looking for. we have success with both. >> look at these guys. >> they all named after pasta. spatting,ry rig teenotini. any cat one day to 8 weeks old. next to these guys this is dmitry. he came to us also through our partnership with the new york city police department. dmitry was found with five litter mates abandoned locked in a suitcase. >> people are horrible. >> and those guys on the end
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are also from -- >> be aspca. >> we have information on our web site foxandfriends.com. can you take one of these little guys home. >> thank you very much. >> rick, you already have an apartment full. you don't need anything more. >> they are little. >> >> coming up, brand new clues, the mystery of the two teens who disappeared at sea last year. new video shows the moment they left the arena. investigators now saying there may have been foul play. we will give you the brand new theories on that coming up. >> and the most liberal city in america is now facing the worst crime rate per capita in the country. it's s. it a result of liberal policy ♪ when you coming home, dad, i don't know when. but we'll get together then, dad ♪ you know we'll have a good time then ♪ qñq
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welcome back. quick headlines for you caught on camera edition. is he trading a mugshot for a selfie. check this out. a criminal with a long rap sheet posted these pictures to facebook all while he was in a prison transport van. when asked how he got ahold of the cell phone to post the pictures. 27-year-old shane holbrook said, quote, lightning strikes treats. comets fall toeth a guy in prison gets a cell phone sometimes. end quote. he is a poet. burglar caught in the act. surveillance cameras capture the moment burglar breaks into a homeowner's home. got alert on his phone. police are searching for the suspect. this window was completely shattered. there was glass everywhere. >> it's awful, it's dirty. >> there is a ton of drug use. >> it makes me sad that that's now what people are going to stay about san francisco. oh, you have incredibly high rate of property theft
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normal people in san francisco and there are vom up in arms over the staggering increase of crime in their city in recent years. since 2010, reports say property crime has shot up more than 60%. highest per capita property crime in all u.s. cities. what's going on here? critics point to the city's liberal policies and so-called sanctuary laws as a factor. is the progressive government of that city to blame? joining us here for reaction is gary, a consultant for the san francisco police officers association. gary, thanks for joining us this morning. >> not a problem. >> your city city, obvious, i have been a visitor. your city is out of control. one of the city supervisors was asked the other day why don't you crack down on crimes. he said to do so would be attacking people for being poor. is that part of the problem that attitude? >> it's sort of the perfect storm of perfect inept teed
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tuesday. mentally i will people, people released from prison due to prop 47. created crime wave with property crimes and other quality of life crimes. >> crimes like that we know from looking at this over the last couple of years tend to lead to violent crime, do they not? >> they absolutely do. prop 47, which was actually authored by our district attorney george gaggon basically decriminalized many felonies. made them misdemeanors. in san francisco now, you can actually break into car, steal a gun, as long as the gun is worth less than $950, you are written a citation. we have a wave of recidivist criminals who break into cars over and over and over again. when you add to that over 6,000 homeless people, many of whom are mentally i will, bipolar, schizophrenic. this is what you have
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created in san francisco with absolutely no political will to do anything about it. >> it's really, really sad to see a great city destroyed by things like this. now, san francisco prides itself on its compassion. why is it compassionate to let a delusional personal live on the street? cece it daily. we see the socialist wing of the san francisco board of supervisors that doesn't seem to have any solutions but simply says things like we don't want to attack the poor. you are not helping the poor by not getting them services. many of these people as i said are mentally i will, are drug addicts, are recidivist criminals. they need to feed their habits so what they do is break into cars. this isn't compassion. this is lunancy. >> it is lunancy and unfortunately it's not just in san francisco. it's happening here in new york, seattle, washington, portland, all across the country. it's depressing. thanks a lot, georgia for
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your take on -- gary, for your take on it. we appreciate it. >> my pleasure. >> is the press spinning the story in hillary wants hillary's favor? and brand new clues the mystery of two teens who died after being lost at sea. the video shows the moment they left the arena. brand new theories on what may have happened coming up. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow... ♪ i love ya, tomorrow in the largest heart failure study ever. entresto helped more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine.
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own a doomed boating voyage in july. a recovered iphone will be turned over to apple for further investigation. will the phone be enough or the key to cracking this tragic case? hear to weigh in is forensic's expert jennifer barringer and jonah spilbore. nice to see you this morning. >> nice to be here. >> when we are looking at the forensics does it all hinge jonna on iphone? if they find something there, could it tip the scales. >> the iphone is evidence. whether or not they will be able to recover anything off it is a whole different story. i think in this case we have two missing kids. this isn't a typical situation where there san accident. have you bodies, you can determine the cause of death. that is not this scenario. any piece of evidence that they can gather and hopefully analyze should be. i don't know if they are going to be able to get anything off it. even if they do, what could they possibly find? >> they were saying foul play before, jennifer. now we see surveillance video. what led them to believe it was foul play in the first
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place. and now that we have surveillance video does that change any opinions? >> i don't think it does. as we were discussing it might have something to do with the last few texts that the boys sent their parents. one that immediately says that they're fed. that could be talking about a storm or having trouble with their boat. there is another couple texts that stop right midstream. and it was one of the boys talking to his mother about, you know, where he was going to sleep that night. what they want to do eat. some very mundane stuff it seems strange that he might be discussing that in the midst of a serious storm. all of a sudden it gets cut off. you wonder if maybe somebody boarded the ship, if something happened. you have to wonder about that. >> what do you think of the foul play side of this? >> maybe what they could recover off this phone. is criminals are usually stupid. which is why somebody can commit a crime and then take pictures of themselves and post it on facebook. perhaps they might find some photographic evidence of somebody else getting on the boat and that could lead them down another road. hopefully there will be some evidence like that.
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but we won't know. at least apple is going to get involved. the chain of custody is okay because the court said the phone is going to go to apple and then going to come back to me. the other thing i thought of though, clayton, what if the parents are fighting because one of the teens caused the death of the other and perhaps there is some evidence of that. that could lead to a civil suit if not something worse. we don't know there could be a plethora or there could be nothing. >> also geo location on an i phone. how far out sea. looking for a boat, looking for bodies. investigators may be able to pull that data off there as well. >> absolutely. you have never know? jennifer, i would give u. the final word. >> i would say as you were mentioning, there is a lot of evidence that they might have gotten before they were done with the phone. before the battery died. there is a lot of apps that do things like trip logs things like that that save only on the phone there are going to be quite a few things if they can get the data off the data chip. we will see. could be interesting. >> jennifer, jonna thanks so
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hi, everybody, and good morning. it's saturday, the 30th of april, 2016. we too have a fox news alert for you now. here is what coming up on the program. chaos going on at donald trump rallies. we will talk about that in a moment. a carnival tragedy where some kids were violently thrown from a ride. police confirm at least one child is dead. more on the investigation straight ahead. >> and anti-trump protests explode into riots in california. [chanting get him out] >> wow. the white house likens these guys to the founding fathers. is that an accurate
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comparison? we'll have the latest coming up. >> and michael strahan gets blindsided by kelly ripa on live television. watch this moment. >> i want to get your take on it because i don't have a take on it but i want yours. so, you've gotten divorced. >> so you've gotten divorced. i didn't know we were going to talk about this. you can say awkward moment? did she just go there? "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ you are my candy girl ♪ and you got me wanting you. >> we want you too, sugar, sugar, we have i hop on the plaza making free pan cakes. come on down. >> is there anything we won't do for our viewers? answer, no. we have free pancakes for you. miss it at your peril. rolling out three new flavors. >> sprinkles on top red
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velvet cake. >> poison -- boison berry. >> tragedy at a church. are a carnival going on in el paso, texas, where this happened. two teenage girls thrown off spinning ride. it's called a sizzler. 16-year-old dead. another 15-year-old hurt but is expected to be okay. no word yet on what went wrong with that ride. this happens on the heels of a terrifying moment on a texas roller coaster when a seat belt came undone this week. thankfully, no one there was hurt a fox news alert now, isis now claiming responsibility for a deadly car bombing in baghdad that left at least 21 people dead. 42 others injured in the blast. officials say the terrorist's army sent a two ton truck packed with explosives into an open air food market full of people. iraqi leaders say the attack is retaliation for recent
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isis territorial isis. is this a sign bernie sanders could soon concede to hillary. campaign dropping lawsuit against the dnc for its claim sanders' staff accessed voter data from hillary clinton's campaign. independent investigation into the handling of party data was conducted and sanders' campaign says they have been vindicated of any wrongdoing. and more nfl draft drama. this time commissioner roger goodell under fire for his reaction to this video of dolphin's pick laremy tunsil smoking from a bong which surfaced online just before the draft. goodell called the incident exciting? >> i think it's all part of, you know, what makes the draft so exciting is clubs make decisions. they make decisions. sometimes they take risks. sometimes they do the right things. sometimes they don't. we will see. >> goodell says that he didn't know about the incident when he and tunsil met on the stage for the 13th pick. some nfl players lashing out
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online about goodell's comments calling the nfl a business and not their friend. and those are your headlines. >> another fox news alert now. anti-trump demonstrations turning by all accounts into riots. take a look at these images. rowdy crowds breaking through barricades, pelting police with rocks and eggs. [shouting] >> and it's not over. law enforcement bracing for even more violence later today. >> our claudia cowan is live outside the g.o.p. convention site in burling game california with more. good morning, claudia. >> and good morning, we are actually keeping a little bit warmer inside the convention site where day two will feature senator ted cruz and his running mate carly fiorina. they are the keynote speakers today at a lunchtime event and then miss fiorina will speak tonight. it was the arrival of donald trump yesterday that really sparked something of a ruckus. take a look. ♪ chanting get him out]
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>> hundreds of rowdy protesters broke through police barricades and charged the hyatt hotel here. several trump supporters say they were roughed up but there were no serious injuries. five people were arrested. and because of the protests. in trump had to enter through a back door. his lunchtime speech delayed about an hour. >> that was not the easiest entrance i have ever made. [ laughter ] >> my wife called and she said there are helicopters following you and we did and then we went under a fence and through a fence and oh, boy, i felt like i was crossing the border, actually. you know? it's true. i was crossing the border. but i got here. >> in los angeles, supporters of democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders are set to hold a march tied to international workers day or may day, which is tomorrow. including a show of force by
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union janitors who held a big rally yesterday. they're threatening to strike if they don't don't get better wages and benefits. on may day tomorrow more anti-trump rallies with activists demanding equality for immigrants. police are on high alert, and they say they have been working with the organizers of this protest to make sure that they can exercise their first amendment rights without further violence. back to you. >> unbelievable. >> their first amendment rights do not include trashing police cars or preventing other people from talking, violating other people's first amendment rights, do they. >> you see the bloody faces of certain protesters there on the scene as well smashing through barricades. the argument from donald trump has been that these are not random protests. these people sort of coming out of the woodwork randomly. they are organized. they have email lists and a lot of these people booked hotel rooms at the hyatt where this is was taking place. inside the hotel already unfurling banners down off
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the sides of the scaffolding inside that were anti-trump banners who booked hotels to stay there. >> some have said, donald trump fosters this kind of environment. you have heard some of his critics say that senator cruz said that recently. then yesterday there was this moment of calm and moment of solidarity between them and cruz, you know, called these people out for what they are. calling them agitators that are trying to silence anyone who doesn't believe the same things that they do and that it needs to stop. herman cain was on the program earlier and had to this to say about these organized protesters. >> these are violent riots, pure and simple. and they are intend to do strike fear in the hearts of trump supporters and smear his campaign. that's all it is. i mean, tucker was talking earlier about people booking rooms and putting up banners. this was well organized and somebody had to pay for it. so these are not spontaneous. and, they are acting off of some of the negative perceptions about trump that have been created by the
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mainstream media these are violent riots, period. and authorities ought to deal with them accordingly. >> he made it to the stage, trump did, after all. >> so if this were happening at a hillary rally. if rioters throwing rocks at cops. we republicans say you know, hillary really created the environment. would democrats really say that it's her fault people trying to prevent her from speaking. this is insane. the white house is encouraging it why are they doing it? >> there is that but mrs. how the mainstream media is covering it, too. how would it be handled if trump protesters were out there outside of a hillary clinton rally. do you think they it would be blaming her for it. >> hillary clinton has been asked how she would deal with donald trump general election seems to be taking shape, of course. so how would she deal with tough trump? and here was her response. watch. >> he can say whatever he wants to say about me. i could really care less. i'm going to stand up for what i think the american
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people need and want in the next president. that's why i have laid out very specific plans. there is nothing secret about what i want to do with the economy, with education, with healthcare, with foreign policy. i have laid it all out there. >> remember, i had a lot of experience dealing with men who, sometimes, get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak. i'm not going to deal with their temper tantrums or their bullying or their efforts to try to provoke me. >> you can imagine if a man had said this? i have got a lot of experience dealing with unruly women who, you know, nag at you and bark too much. and, you know what i mean? and sometimes they don't feel well and they are awful. i have an ex-wife and i hate her. >> she is looking ahead to the general election. donald trump has poor ratings with women overall. >> because of garbage like this. it's not about gender. he has a set of ideas. she has a set of ideas. they disagree so debate the ideas. >> is it bill clinton? you first hear that sound
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bite clearly she is talking about bill clinton, his behavior, off the reservation. but then you dive into it, maybe she is talking members of congress. >> she is talking about all men. imagine, again, donald trump is like oh, yeah, screechy women, they are horrible. no one would defend that i wouldn't. >> she knows that will resonate. she is even handing out a woman card. there it is right there looks like a new york city metro card. remember that video trying to act like i'm like everybody else, i know how to ride the train. >> speaking of trained relations between the sexes, live with kelly rip 'and michael, you have seen this? this is unbelievable. they have been fighting behind the scenes apparently and kind of bubbled to the surface yesterday on the program. take a look at this. >> the great article in the paper and i want to get your take on it because i don't have a take on it but i want yours. so, you've gotten divorced. and anybody here like gotten divorced? anybody? some people? you have. okay.
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>> i simply don't have a take on this. i need your take on this. blind sited by that. >> and then you saw his look. he was stunned. >> this is he or she passive aggressive way of dealing with the fact that he didn't tell her that he was leaving the show and goings to gma, come on. >> it's unbelievable. >> i don't know. there is part of me that thinks kelly was just being kelly and if this happened h. happened six months ago and nobody knew about the feud that was going on when the cameras weren't rolling. she just says like off the cuff live show maybe he wouldn't have had that reaction had all of this not been bubbling up. >> there is a story about violent drug addicted criminals. people served time about felonies. i wouldn't know about that as a drug addicted criminal. do you have anything to say about this. >> i was surprised you asked me a question. did i do time as a convicted felon one time and a bunch of drugs one time. he handled it pretty well. he came back. > she wayman back though after she took some time to process things and she gave herman log wore the cute little red jumpsuit
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and saying there were snipers with tranquilizers waiting to pelt her if she got off message. what do the executives think now. >> i don't personally have any experience robbing a convenience store but tucker,. >> nothing personal. >> live tv. >> i just want to know. >> we say things and wish we could take them back. >> what are your thoughts on that? >> she planned it for weeks. coming up here on the show. >> 12 minutes after the hour, road rage caught on camera in california. >> i'm not going to fight you. i'm not going to fight you. >> how this man ended up on the hood of a moving car. >> look, i just need a ride to work. do you mind? >> and is he one of the most legendary actors of all time john wayne no longer being honored in one state because is he a racist? the lawmaker fighting to stop the pc police joins us next. ♪ one way or another ♪ i'm going to find ya ♪ i'm going to getcha,
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rejecting the resolution to create john wayne day. the reason? they say the duke was a racist. >> i wouldn't make a habit calling me that, sir. >> so is this a rational move or political correctness run amuck? joining me now is the lawmaker behind john wayne day. california assembly man matthew harper. nice to see you, sir. >> hello. >> so at the heart of this are some interviews that he did in playboy magazine and others around these
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controversial statements which i think led the legislature to say huh-uh, we are not dog. this i want to put one of them up on the screen and get your response to it he said this in an interview in 1971. he said i believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educate to do a point of responsibility. i don't believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people. so, that seems to be at the heart of the reason why there is not a john wayne day. do you agree? >> that was part of the objection expressed by some of the more liberal members of the california state assembly. one thing that i thought was ironic i guess some people do read playboy for the articles. >> right. and your argument though is, look, in california, john wayne airport. so, honoring this actor with a day, what's the difference? >> of course in my district we have john wayne airport. john wayne lived much of his life in newport beach which is the heart of the district district that i represent. he lived there for quite
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some time and found at the bay club. his boat, the wild goose is, a converted mine sweeper and entertained many guests and a fixture in the local community. it's actually still rented out. he is very much in an american figure. an american icon. certainly someone who has been involved in transformative and california history curly as well as politically. there are a lot of recognitions, not else inly holidays but recognitions lick this that happen through the state ledgely temperature regularly. labor leaders, other people are recognized. the expectation is that this is something that would be passed not unlike other days days recognized. >> academy award winner of course, john wayne cancer foundation. presidential medal of freedom winner as well. were you blindsided by the no voted on this
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legislation? >> most certainly, cultural icon. legislatures as well as many californias john way airport. it was actually passed only a couple days earlier through the resolutions or through the rules committee on a unanimous and bipartisan vote. what happened was two radical left members of the state legislature who started off the discussion, making some very dark character seeks which i don't think were fair characterizations of the man who was patriotic synonymous with american values. a staunch anti-communist. and i think those positions were probably why these folks really had a problem. hanging hat on quotes which i don't think reflect the character of the man. but i think they were really objecting to the fact that he was such a pro-america figure. during a very difficult time. i mean, he stood up for our troops during the vietnam war in a way that many
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people were afraid to at the time. >> matthew harper, we appreciate you joining us this morning. thank you for sharing your side of this. >> thanks for the opportunity. have a great day. >> you too. have a great weekend. >> coming up here on the show. president obama pushing for smart gun technology to make firearms safer. dolls that mean more gun control for gun ownerrers? and can those guns be hacked? kurt the cyber guy tried out smart guns and will answer your questions next. are you out of gift ideas for mother's day? we have you covered with a brand new back book that just came out. it's in rose gold to the new kendall that just came out this week. i have got the top gadgets that you can buy in time for mother's day. anna is modeling the new fit bit ♪ go big or go home ♪ lzoom today. the legal help you can count on.
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mother's day is around the corner. a week from tomorrow for those of you keeping score. so now is the time to start buying stuff for your mom. >> and clayton has his top tech gifts like he does every year. hey hey. >> hey hey. and thank you so much for having me on the show today. >> good to see you, clayton. >> dive into brand -- these are hot off the presses by the way. brand new gifts. so if the mother in your life needs a new laptop. apple just released brand new mac book. update over last year's really thin mac book. they have it in rose gold. look how thin that bad boy is. >> wow. >> it's a lot faster than last year's model about 25% fast err when it comes to graphics. new let that display on this. and, of course, rose gold. really light and really -- they extended the battery live an extra hour as well. one port on the side. if you don't need a lot of usb things charging and plugged into the side one little port on the side. >> why rose gold. >> it's like a blend of
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gold. >> it's not just for women either by the way. >> it's not? >> no. >> so weird. >> trump frontrunner, now we get a rose gold computer? >> there you go. >> and rose gold iphone. here is the new se that just came out. a lot of people are going with the bigger phones for a while. >> yeah, they are. >> here is the 6 s plus. apple just released the new se all the same eternals as the bigger phone but in a smaller package. if you don't want that larger phone go back to small again. >> if you are somebody to breaks their phone all the time because it's too going to gone big like me. >> i have been testing this out, it is nicer to go back to that small screen again. >> never would. my eyes. kendall oasis. that's the smallest kendall i have ever seen. >> rolled out the new kendall oasis. light as paper. that was their goal with this thing. is really is incredibly light. the battery life on this you almost never have to charge it battery life lasts for months. has a new touch screen that holds thousands of books.
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so this all new. it has a nicer gone no, ma'am mick design on the side so when you are holding it. >> what's it like to read on. >> it's beautiful. it's as near to paper as anything that's ever been created. >> i like how it looks. >> read outside in bright sunlight. council contrast ratio is amazing. that just came out as well. brand new fit bits for the mother in your life that wants to, you know, loves to jog. get out and walk the dog and wants to track the steps, calories, workouts and sleeping. and, in fact, the new fit bit hr is 25% off right now on website if you go to fit bit.com. has five day battery life. tracks your steps. also going up and down staircases so it has the barometer in there heart rate monitor as well. >> what would they do with all the data what you are doing day to day. >> send it directly to me. >> naughty or nice. >> encrypted so go on to app. and track. socially share with your friends and compete. that's one thing the fit bit does really well is compete
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with your friends. >> more accurate as they have will rowed out. >> over the years track steps way more accurately. take into account if you are pushing a stroller. on a treadmill doing things like that. i'm going to out my mother-in-law each morning i learned she sings show tunes when she gets ready and gets ready for work. i home rolled out new vanity mirror. blew tooth speaker built into the bottom of it you can pair your phone, listen to music, listen it show tunes, listen to your hamilton sound track, anna. >> can we do it? >> pluck an entire eyebrow if you got distracted? >> with all the singing? >> i think with all the singing, women can handle multitasking. >> i can't. >> in a way that you can't. >> i would only have one eyebrow. >> new one from vanity i home speaker. four hours of rechargeable party life so you can move it around. >> now, is this collecting data on you, too? >> is it spying on you? >> why are you so fearful of the government. >> why be paranoid?
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there is no reason. >> there you go. dispru any questions, find me on twitter at clayton morris. >> good stuff, clayton. >> thank you, guys. coming up on the show. a new lead into the investigation of prince's death. did a friendly doctor prescribe him powerful pills that cost him his life? >> plus, indiana becoming the make or break state for senator ted cruz. so can cruz pull it off? up next the new poll numbers that may be giving his campaign new life in the hoosier state. >> but, first, the international house of pancakes is on the plaza. we're cooking up pancakes for our viewers with some brand new items on the menu. we will test them out next. come on by ♪ right here ♪ are were
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leading to indiana we're thee days away from the critical g.o.p. primary. ted cruz is getting a break in outlying polls. >> garrett tenney in d.c. with latest polls. >> good morning. the race in indiana does appear like it's tightening up now that's good news for ted cruz. yesterday with an town hall with sean hannity he said his own path to the nomination will disappear if he doesn't win indiana. in the most recent poll that came out on friday, cruz is leading with 45%. 16 points ahead of trump who has 29%. and kasich who has just 13%. that poll though is just one poll and it stands in stark contrast to nearly every other recent poll from indiana. though, those others had trump leading by a few points. it's still tight. though, yesterday, with the endorsement of indiana's going momentum into tuesday.
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>> this primary is going to be decided by the midwestern common sense of the hoosier state. and i don't think they're interested in some bully who yells and screams and doesn't have any real policy solutions. >> many, including ted cruz, believe indiana could decide whether or not trump reaches the 1237 delegates he needs to secure the nomination others argue though that testimony cruz wins the hoosier state it won't make much of a difference. >> i think think that the problem for cruz is that trump is going to be hundreds of delegates ahead, millions of votes ahead. he has more votes than romney or mccain did when they got the nomination. the point is he is getting a lot of people who aren't republicans. he is getting democrats and independents who are coming to vote for him. >> indiana has 57 delegates up for grabs on tuesday. if trump wins. that would put him over 1,000 and within just several hundred from securing the nomination with
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several primaries still left to go. tucker, anna, and clayton? >> garrett teny, thanks for joining us. >> it's hard to see how a guy where millions fewer votes becomes the nominee. i don't have any idea what's going to happen in indiana. but the long view is really? >> i mean you know keep saying that. ryans priebus keep saying these are the rules set out at the beginning of this race and donald trump should have known what the rules were. >> that's absolutely right. >> everything is right. i still just don't see how a guy with millions fewer votes becomes the nominee. >> i have to tell when you i was out in pennsylvania for the primary on monday and tuesday, the voters there continue to do tell me over and over again. they believe it's rigged and they are buying the line that donald trump -- >> what do you think on this? go to our facebook post and weigh in. >> other stories making headlines. brand new video of two missing teenagers the day they vanished while on a fishing trim off the coast of florida it shows 14-year-old austin certify than knows and perry cohen
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heading out to sea. iphone was recovered i do cargo ship. the phone could help solve the mystery. >> might have something to do with the last few texts that some of the boys sent their parents. there is a another couple text that stop midstream and all of a sudden it gets cut off. you wonder if maybe somebody boarded the ship or something happened. you have to wonder about that. >> the boys also ran into bad weather. brand new information this morning surrounding pop star prince's death. authorities are now allegedly searching for multiple doctors who prescribed pain pills for him. sometimes under alias. one of those doctors is reportedly a close personal friend there this also revealed that prince checked in outpatient rehab center shortly before his death. also seen reportedly picking up medication four different times the week he tied. there are a lot of reportedlies and allegedlies in there. >> the man clinging on the hood of a car while it is
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still driving downtown road. happened in miami after a case of road rage took a while to turn. watch this. >> i'm not going it fight you. i'm not going to fight. >> you the man hangs on while yelling at the driver inside. that driver makes a u-turn trying to throw the man off, it appears. even that didn't make him let go. no word on what exactly led to the confrontation or if anybody is facing any charges. can we just have a nice chat about this? >> so calm about. >> is he a brave man. i have got to say. rick, would you hold on to the hood of a car if somebody annoyed you in frank. >> would i or have i? let's be honest. our restaurant is filling up here. how is your i hop this morning. >> it's wonderful, thank you. >> happy 13th birthday and you finish finished your i hop. appears all gone? here for your 13th birthday. enjoy. welcome to new york city. take a look at the weather happen. we have severe weather down
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across parts of the south. mississippi river valley is where the target is today. mostly hail and wind but we won't rule out an isolated tornado or two. and because of the very heavy rain we will see flooding threat as well. here is where that rain is much of the east coast today looking pretty good. tomorrow the rain makes its way all to the east coast. going to be washout in the northeast. here is where the rain is today. little bit of snow across parts of nebraska and foothills of south dakota. that will accumulate a bit. in fact, we have winter weather advisories going on there. here is your temps today. see the cold air still outer across the west. it is still very hot across much of parts of florida and in throughout georgia and the carolinas. that continues for a couple days. by tuesday and wednesday, finally, the southeast, you are going to cool down a little bit. all right, guys. send it over to you with some pancakes. >> smells so good over here. >> thanks, rick. breakfast on the plaza this morning because i hop is serving up amazing pancakes. >> that's right. not just pancakes but also have new limited edition items for us to try. here to tell us about it is marie grim also i hop's
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culinary innovator. so you created these. >> absolutely. >> nice to see you marie. what are we looking at? is this a cupcake pancake? >> cupcake pancake innovation we strive nor. >> what makes it cupcakey? >> sprinkles and then we have a really nice vanilla frosting that we put on top of it. >> don't forget the whipped cream which was always my favorite part. >> i hop is the greatest hangover cure ever invented like medicine. i learned this in college. if you have i hops, you are cured. >> we appeal to all segments. >> you do of course. >> people like tucker. >> i'm just saying i learned that. >> tucker and children. >> we are actually running a kids eat free dinner promotion right now. >> kids eat free? >> yes. >> what about some of the other innovations have you. where did you pop up from? >> you know i love cooking. i want to get one of these griddles by the way. it's amazing. >> we have red velvet crepe. cream cheese frosting and then we have the brioche
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french toast, cinnamon swirl. >> tucker was mentioning you have boison berry syrup. >> what is it it? >> was actually grown in california forst first. >> there is an actually boisenberry. >> cross between blackberry so you get tartness and sweetness of a raspberry. >> incredible. is that an i hop exclusive? >> i have never seen it anywhere else. a lot like our great food. >> great to see you this morning. kids eat free right now with this promotion. and any of our viewers eat free as well if you come down to 46th avenue right now. i hop is kind enough to be cooking all morning long. >> how do you keep the sprinkles from burning. >> you have to cook quickly. >> it's amazing. you are a genius. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> i didn't take you for such delicate pancake
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would ensure that smart gun technology could effectively be used by law enforcement officers? >> i couldn't think of another industry off the top of my head that isn't interested in looking at new technology that could make their product safer. >> all right. so what are smart guns and what does this move mean? kurt the cyber guy is here to explain. nice to see you, kurt. how is a smart gunny different than a tracial traditional gun. >> great question. so, first of all, just an answer white house press secretary there. there are a lot of reasons why we wouldn't want to look at this and namely those have to do with a bit of laws. how these guns look is what we had to look at two. types. one you grab the gun and your fingerprint can cause the gun to work and without the right fingerprint or hand grip print it won't wk. another one using a ring fob that communicates with the gun and says that's your gun and it will fire. we took it out into the field and said does this
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really work and look what happened. >> load the gun. okay. >> it's ready. >> the safety is on. >> the safety is on. i'm going to turn it off. >> try to fire it? >> it should fire if it's a regular gun, right. >> regular gun would fire. >> nothing. >> if i were to grab it,. >> that works. >> instant. >> got it because have you authorized ring. >> so it uses like near field communication. it's right up next to it you can't be fight feet away. >> i like the closer we sit the geekier you get with your talk. it uses a little chip that's inside of a ring and, you know, as far as we tested it, really had some great accuracy to it. now, it boils down to this though. we have a lot of really absolutely stupid as asinine laws in this country relate to do guns. one, gun control measure was passed years ago and it just einvolved into a train wreck. what it is in the state of new jersey in this country,
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there salah in the books that says if i own a gun shop, and you come in and you're a gun supplier, and you have invented this and you want to put this gun in my shop, seems like a good idea, right? i will start selling that gun. the law says i can no longer sell any other firearm except smart guns. >> aside from that bizarre law, what is the other argument against it in the president said, look, we have got the technology to use our finger print on phone to get. in even aspirin containers we make sure our kids can't get into with the safety tops. why not do this with firearms. who is against it? >> it's a great question. i asked our friend, jonathan mossberg, who has invented this technology with i guns. here is what he had to say. >> who is against smart gun technology? >> people that jump to conclusions that don't do homework and don't do research are against ityou may not want to buy one. that's fine. but don't be against it there is also a concern, a valid one, of legislators wanting to mandate this
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stuff. i'm dead set against mandate. if you want to buy it, go ahead and buy it. if a legislature wants to legislate it don't get angry at me. let's talk to the governing officials and make it happen. >> who is on that list of i don't like this? >> there are a lot of gun owners that are -- feel threatened by it for some reason they think they have to buy one. you don't have it? >> now. but of course they don't want -- they want to mandate. they don't think you should have guns. >> such a hot button topic. have a listen to what john has chimed in here. what's the possibility that this technology could fail in an emergency. a really good question because, some people say that, for example, in a heated moment, where you would need a gun, you might have dirty hands or sweaty palms and would it fire? so far, the technology proves to be pretty accurate. but we have yet to really test it for long period of time. >> interesting question. what happens if you decide to sell or give this to a family member? does the secret decoder ring and the previous owner's
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thumb go with the gun? >> that is programmable, so you could program half the family, just dad, just mom. everybody. and it's all in your control. whoever it is the owner of the gun. >> turn it over to family member. >> exactly. >> jim on facebook asks this question. what is the increased cost of this technology? county technology be removed from the gun? this is when we were talking off camera, you can take out the fob part. >> you can hack anything in the world. can you take a part this gun and make it work. are you really going to do that if someone is breaking into your house? are they going to say one second, let me just undo your gun. >> hold on, why wouldn't the feds too it? they can turn off your car actually and they have. if you can turn something on, can you turn it off. >> it's not radio controlled. you know, good question about could we create a device that would jam the frequency and not let, say, that ring fob. i'm sure it's possible. something that really -- good question down the road. >> what do police think?
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>> police chiefs love it if you don't make them use it they just want it as an option for their officers they don't want to be told you have to use this. >> interesting. >> let us know your thoughts. go to our facebook page this morning. ff weekend. >> thanks, kurt. morning. have a great weekend. >> up next. liberal hollywood actress susan surrou sarandon. she's rather that donald trump's wall than hillary clinton's record. >> and they are known as the beautiful people but how to hollywood stars manage to look so good all the time. up next the beauty secrets celebrities won't spill. like baby wipes from costco? ♪ ♪ first class ♪ up in the sky yes, we are twins. when i went on to ancestry, i just put in the name of my parents and my grandparents. i was getting all these leaves and i was going back generation after generation. you start to see documents and you see
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good morning. it's saturday, april 30, 2016. charging through barriers and smashing police cars. is this what democracy looks like? and those protests may be expected to intensify today. >> donald trump says he's got hillary clinton already beaten in the gentle election. but don't worry, she's ready for him. >> i have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they
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speak. >> what else is mrs. clinton revealing this morning? we'll tell you. stay tuned. >> and they may protect our nation but that doesn't mean our men in uniform can't take some time out for a good party. a good tea party by the way. look at that. we've all done that. the heartwarming story behind a series of images like this. fox and friends hour four starts right now. ♪ ♪ i want candy >> well you can have it if you want. you can have candy in your pancakes. >> yeah. >> you go to i hop anyway or the plaza here in manhattan.
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>> good morning everybody. welcome to the show. >> hey everybody. we do need to get right to the headlines. a fox news alert. a live look now inside the greendome of baghdad iraq. a state of emergency declared moments a ago. thousands flooding the city's parliament post protesting inaction over the government. it's claims responsibility for a deadly car bomb inside the zone where 21 were killed. also this morning, tragedy at a church carnival in el paso rkz, texas. two teenage girls thrown off a ride called "the sizzler." a 16-year-old dead and another hurt. no word yet what went wrong with that ride. outrage over target's new
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>> my nude holeser walking around. >> the lapd is expecting for violence today after anti-trump demonstrators exploded into the rioters and forced trump to go through the back door to get to his own speech. >> this is video from a helicopter of him having to get into the hyatt to give this speech, he had to climb over a freeway through a hole in the fence through a muddy ravine to get into the hotel. he was about an hour late but managed to get in there and he talked about during his speech like he felt like an illegal immigrant coming across the border. >> this video, we're going to show you a cop car folks are jumping on. trying to turn the whole thing completely over. there were reports that apples and eggs and even rocks and bottles were being thrown at police officers. >> just take three steps back and saver the irony here. these are people who are, quote,
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protesting hate. they are the ones whose faces are twisted into the rage, who are throwing things at the police. and they are protesting hate. why doesn't anyone point that out. >> and it was california. so they weren't just throwing e eggs. this is a true story. they were also throwing organic eggs t. and they planned this ahead of time. they didn't have permits to do the protesting. they went to the hyatt hotel and booked rooms well ahead of time. they were staying there. camped out sleeping there. hung out banners inside the lobby. draped these long banners down the staircases and down into the lobby. >> i'm not against protesting. and organized protesting. i'm against other people from exercising their freedom of speech. and the left used to stand for freedom of speech for letting people say unpopular things in public. now they are authoritarian
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conformists who prevent anyone they disagree from talking and the white house encouraging it. >> we saw after the chicago protest, of course him have a string of victories in the primaries. him going up in the policy. herman cane earlier addressing that question. >> i this i the side warming up to trump is the side that's winning. everything they can throw at trump they have thrown except the kitchen sink. well this is the kitchen sink and think it is going to also. i think incidents like the violence we saw out in california, that is going to embolden some of the trump supporters. and i believe it will probably help him in the long run. >> and what some said a moment of sol dartd between donald trump and ted cruz. saying donald trump fostered this time of environment that would create things like this to happen. he said that in the past.
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but yesterday cruz said you know these are left wing agitators. they are planning to do this. they are trying to silence anybody who doesn't believe what they believe. and that is not the way the first amendment works. so he was coming out against them on the donald trump side. >> meanwhile, donald trump has zeroed in on hillary clinton, his main focus in the general election. and the question yesterday, how will you deal with a tough trump during the election. he was her answer? >> remember, i had a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak. >> so men mistreat women. so the solution is to put bill clinton back in the white house. i will take a lecture from hillary on almost anything but not when you are married to bill
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clinton. you don't get to lecture me on feminism. i'm sorry. >> my mind first goes to bill clinton that she's talking about. but it might be somebody else. could it be members of congress that she's worked with. >> it doesn't matter. it takes a lot of brass to talk like that if you are the one who called monica lewinsky a stalker. and now you are lecturing me when men are bad. spare me. >> -- pitted against each other. >> i totally agree with that. lot of questions during this election cycle as to whether or not the media has been fair. politico decided to ask the campaign press corps who would you vote for? go right to the heart of the matter? these are the people from which you get your campaign news every day. whether you are reading articles or you are seeing news reports on television. these are the people who are covering it. who would they vote for? >> can you guess?
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>> overwhelmingly hillary clinton. >> 17 don't plan to vote. and 31 say they don't know yet. >> i can promise you those 31 are lying. they know exactly who they are not going to vote for and that is trump. for hillary, where is the diversity? if diversity is so important why is everybody on the same side. it is totally a conformist situation where nobody disagrees. they are all of one mind. that's bad. >> i don't remember seeing polls of what the press corps. there's been a lot of studies on the point of view of reporters. >> this actual poll of the white house press corps. >> usually you would say oh i'm not asking the question. i -- >> if you don't believe it, go spend 20 minutes in the press area at a rally sometime.
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>> oh i know it. >> everybody has exactly the same views. everybody single person. and that is fine. people are allowed to be liberal to support hillary that is totally fine. but if everybody does it produces a group think that distorts the coverage. >> out of the big city and go to the heart of america you find something totally different. >> i love this story. and megan foy came one this idea on maternity leave. the idea of the i don't know, six weeks off after you have a baby, typical for a woman to have that amount of time. it depends on your company. she wants it for women who don't have children. she's calls it me-ternity leave. so anybody could get time off without children. i don't understand. >> it is a really bad name anyway. calling it me-ternity leave, you are really opening yourself up. also a lot of people said she's
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being too critical of moms. and what are they eating bonbons and sitting on the beach when they're breast feeding every other hour of the night. >> you're like walking zombies in the middle of the night. if you don't want to go to work, don't. but the idea that someone should pay you anyway, because you want to stay home and have some me time is a -- >> i think americans need more vacation time though. >> we don't take enough of it. americans work harder than any -- >> we also -- one of the smallest compared to everybody else. >> what's the difference? why do we need a whole new classification. >> everybody's a victim now. >>. ♪ want to talk about me ♪ want to talk about i -- go ahead. >> you have some strong opinions from this. this table is from michigan. tell me about it.
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>> they're hot. are you crazy? >>. [ inaudible ] >> no really they have no idea what it is to be a mom. really, if anyone asks that, after a mom, everything's a job. >> you feel the same way? >> i do. i do. hundred percent. >> so no me-ternity at the michigan table. over here, virginia, right? these two are just getting out of med school. family practice. tell me your thoughts on me-ternity. >> i think a long vacation sounds really nice. however i'm not a parent myself. but i think family leave is for new parents. >> okay. now you as a man, don't you feel like you need some time off? >> you know if it was for both men and women and something you kind of earned it was kind of like a three year reward and it was planned, then yeah.
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absolutely. >> inaudible. >> exactly. who doesn't want long vacation? >> i'm getting a little more learning towards me-ternity from the men out here guys. >> me-ternity. feel like people are drowning in lake me. do you know what i mean? >> coming up, donald trump and hibbert in a dead heat in a hypothetical match up. will democrats jump ship for donald? she's going to be joining us next. >> and pool noodles for cleaning. home hacks you never thought of with diy expert danny lipberg coming up.
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well a clock deadlock tie between donald trump and hillary clinton. 38% support each candidate equally. some strategists are saying clinton is no match for donald trump. some, one anyway, associater of the hill, ab stodered. great to see you this morningda. great to see you this morning there was an interview with mud cat saunders, the hero of appalachian democrats and former campaign strategist for the jim webb presidential campaign who said donald trump will beat hillary clinton like a baby seal. because he will pull in voters who have never voted republican before. do you buy that? >> well, if the election were held today. the poll you just cited is a
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totally outlier. the polls will titlen and they will change. and trump will close the gap somewhat, if not completely. but right now that poll is standing out on the side here as most of the polls she were crushing him andable donald trump would be the baby seal if that election were held today. but there is a certain group of bernie sanders supports are that vigorously anti-trade and believe you can't escape any corporate money and they probably will vote for donald trump if they don't stay home. there is another group of course of disaffected burnt out, frustrated and angry democrats and independents who believe that hillary is the establishment. the ultimate incumbent, yesterday's news, a part of the system for ever and donald trump is going to come in and shake it up and he's the only hope. so he's going to get those
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independents and democrats as well. and if you look at hillary clinton's polling, the only reason we are not talking about how bad it is is because donald trump's is so much more abysmal than hillary clinton's. a pollster in the postlast weekend said her numbers are historic, terrifying and --. we saw a poll that says people are going to sit out because they don't like either of them. but hillary's negatives are going to be a factor for trump if he can play it right. >> consider it this way. in a year of profound voter discontent, anxiety about the economy. you come down to the basic choice you have in all elections. which is between staying the course and switching things up. stay the same or something different. in that scenario trump really is kind of rewriting what it means to be republican. and hillary is running on obama's legacy. so isn't she more of the same? >> george herbert walker bus ee
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was the first person in half a century or more to win a third term for his party for the white house. history would show that hillary cannot win the white house because obama is an unpopular president although his numbers are creeping up right now and that certainly people are going to vote for change. obviously donald trump is the agent of change in this election in a match up against hillary clinton, she's not. she's the third term of obama. voters are most concerned with the economy and with their security. if the economy starts to look bad that is really going to help donald trump. if there is a bunch of national security incidents that really make people scared, donald trump remains unspecific and scatter shot in his explanation of how he's going to take down isis so fast, quote, your head will spin. that helps hillary. >> interesting. ab stoddard, adding clarity to this muddy debate. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> coming up. a surprise these tourists never
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saw coming. and they protect our nation but that doesn't mean the men and women of our military can't take time out for a tea party. stay tuned. ♪ american girl ♪ we live in a pick and choose world.
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drug headlines for you. more than spuds. nearly $4 million worth after heroin and coken were found in a shipment of exotic eventuagetab. the third largest bust in the history of the office. and actor woody harrellson's half baked plan to open a
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marijuana shop in hawaii is up in smoke this morning. only eight were approved and he didn't get it. >> vanessa hicks set up tea parties for military service members and their children, snapping these very special moments and now the photos are going viral. here to tell us more about the sweet salute is photographer and u.s. navy veteran vanessa hicks. good morning. thanks for being with us on fox and friends. >> good morning. >> vanessa, how did you get the idea to do this? >> you know, i have two daughters myself who love to play dress up and with april being the month of military child, i want to do something that would honor and really support them. i live right next to a field. my husband is in the military. and i just thought to have an intimate setting with a child and their hero, this service member where they take their
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daughter out on a date. and that is really how it was set up. they brought flowers. they sat for tea. they had cookies and cup cakes. it was a really good session. >> i can imagine. this thought to be into a book or something because the story behind the photographs would be incredible. >> lieutenant, what did you think about it when you were approached do this tea party? >> the initial thought was oh one more thing to do but it didn't take long for me to realize that it was a fantastic opportunity to make lasting memories with my daughter, who loves tea parties. so it was great. >> can you ask her what she thinks about it and how much she enjoyed having tea with you? >> did you have fun having tea with daddy? yeah? did you like it a lot? can you say it?
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[ laughter ] yeah, he shoved it. >> i can imagine. daddy/daughter dances and fun stuff like that. a tea party and fun stuff like that amazing. vanessa, how much of this waspa you wanted to give back to america. >> that is always my goal. the military community has always been my prime focus on who i've photographed and who i document memories for. knowing that they deploy, knowing that tomorrow is not promised to anybody. it is my job as their photographer to document today, to document their legacy. and doing that especially for the military community means so much to me. >> and on fox and friends we really try to give back as well. because we know it is not the
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military member serving our country. it really is the entire family. how much does this mean to you lieutenant? and what are you plan dog with these pictures? >> we've already got plans and frames ready to hang them up around the house. and we'll send some away to grandparents if not the aunts, uncles and cousins. we're excited to get them. >> really nice chromosomistmas too. thanks so much. and what a great today. thank you for being on the program. >> our pleasure, thank you coming occupien fox and friends weekend. you know him as one-half of hg tv "property brothers." well jonathan was placed in a
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head lock and assaulted at the bar. with have the details. and another excusive story you will only hear an fox -- [ laughter ] close your mouth. small bites my friend. first, do you hate ironing your clothes? these home hacks you never thought of. coming up.
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last night was the nfl draft. it was a big deal over there the los angeles rams used the first pick to select quarterback jared goff. yeah he's a college student who just got a job worth over $20 million jobs. or as he put it, i no longer support bernie sanders. >> we're going to be talking about the nfl draft. >> -- [inaudible]. >> what's up? >> you were hanging out with -- who is this? >> big daddy. >> oh that's your new quarterback on the right. >> right. >> and the first round pick on the left. >> more for the philadelphia eagles and their players they picked up. big daddy in just a moment. >> that's a big catch for them. they needed that. >> big daddy will be up in a moment. having some pancakes? >> -- get to that in just a bit. right now to your news
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headlines. we'll start this one. the world ears largest fruit and vegetable producer under fire. justice department launching a investigation after a deadly listeria outbreak. the company knew there was evidence a year before it recalled its product they say. >>. >> a massive sink hole swallowed up a 30 foot weed section ide se roy. the second sink hole to develop in days. >> and a california lawmaker wes hoping to honor legendary actor john wayne with his own holiday but the state assembly refused to create john wayne day. the reason? they say the duke was racist. fox and friends talk about why he disagrees with the move. >> i think they were really objecting to the fact that he
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was such a pro america figure during a difficult time. i mean he stood up for our troops during the vietnam war in a way that many people were afraid to i think at the time. >> also this morning, flipping held, incredibly moments caught on camera. when a dolphin jumps into a boat. >> that's not snow flake." >> dolphins are the dangerous animals. >> watching dolphins leap out of the ocean, when one suddenly landed in the boat. two men were then seen scooping it up and returning it to see. i hope it is okay. >> ah flipper. >> rick is going tell you how to clean up your house have a long filthy winter. where are you rick? >> i'm over here. and of course everything is filthy after winter.
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if eospring cleaning planned this weekend. why not make it less of a chore. here with handy hacks and simple solutions is danny woodforde. -- >> and i know what i'm doing with these kind of things. and right now everybody is so tuned in on hacks. we call them simple solutions on our show. but you would never think that you would take dryer sheets and be able to do so much outside of the laundry room. let me tell you the anti-static properties make it perfect for cleaning blinds and helps rebel the dust after that. cleaning electronics, you know, how the dust gets behind it and you have the static. it's perfect for that. and the ceiling fans, okay. you break out your roller. put the 35d right on this and -- the pad right on there and you are able to clean all of that without having to get on the ladder. >> and if your apartment smells poorly.
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>> ha ha ha. and that will allow it to kind of deodorize and make the room smell a little better. drop it in the suitcase, works perfect. >> and kids love to play with these things and they are always a nightmare because they are in the garage. >> so many hacks camming out of this. a five gallon bucket say or washing an ice chest. you can put it on the sping or the bathroom or kitchen to fill that up. that works really well. and if you have ever stubbed your toe on a metal bed frame? well look at there. and then getting organized. you can cut little pieces to get a little more organized out in the garage. and do you know how you drive up in the garage and the kids throw that door open. put one the right height and you don't have any problems with it. >> this is the new bungee cord. >> orb duct tape.
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>> so ironing? >> -- [inaudible]. >> i'll tell you what you can take the metal hangers and put that on for your dress pants and so forth so you don't have that crease that can happen with the metal hangers like this. paint tips. all kinds of paint tips that are available. >> [ inaudible ]. >> you know how yore ear wiping the excess off your paint like this. it can clog all around the rim like this. but if you put a rubber band it can keep the rim nice and clean so it can seal up the paint can really well. >> just a rubber band? >> why did we wait so long to have you on our show. >> mixer. it can be really messy. hole in a lid. extra lit. and you are able to mix all you want. >> i had it sitting there about a year. and didn't mix it properly. and i painted the wall. and is oil separates and it looked like two different shades. >> and it will never ever dry
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when you have that situation. also you can take a garnl bag if you don't want to clean after you are doing some rolling. you can put in in here and you can then use your roller. if you are doing a smaller job, wad it up. throw it away. there is no cleaning at all. and these things get lint just like our jackets and so forth. use the same thing so you don't have any of the lint getting off on the wall. and that also can work very very well. >> a lint roller for your roller. >> exactly. >> vanilla extract. >> sometimes people really think that paint smells for obnoxious. naturally we always encourage low voc paints so you don't have as much smell. but the you want to paint and think ice cream, put a little vanilla extract in the paint. smell that great fragrance and it actually makes for a good paint job. >> appreciate it. great being with you guys. >> -- this year. >> and tucker, over to you guys.
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>> mistake it for super. >> on your wall. >> coming up in the program michael strahan gets blindsided by kel la ripa on live tv. >> i want to get your take on it. you've gotten divorced. >> plus it's all been forgiven between trump and the rnc maybe. exclusive story you would hear only next. so don't go away. 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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blindsiding michael strahan with which many are calling a personal dig. >> i want your take on this article. you have gotten divorced. and you have gotten divorced. anybody here gotten divorced, anybody? some people? okay. >> maybe she didn't mean it like that. >> he's a hall of famer. he didn't care. >> sources say it was a cheap shot and strahan was shocked. also a hg tv's property brother jonathan scott finding himself in a fixer upper. allegedly --. rnc chairman reince priebus
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told fundraisers he has a solid relationship with donald trump. and he expects the race to be wrapped up if trump wins the election on tuesday. >> is tuesday the end day date in mind? >> let's put it this way. reince priebus has been talking to a lot of donors following trump's big wins in new york and last week. and i think what he wanted to do is bring party unity. he rules over a fractured party. and some of things he's saying is interesting. one he thinks tuesday is it for cruz. that is what he told donors recently in dallas. if cruz does not win on tuesday the momentum is going to take donald probably to 1237. he also said interesting enough that he's really good personal friends with trump.
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like they have a personal relationship. i shouldn't say personal friends but they have a good personal relationship. so what you see top outside. donald attacking the establishment, attacking the rnc is not what occurs on the inside. he brought in man forth at his request.efort at his request. and he believes the donald does get 1237 on the first ballot is it is in cruz's favor. some polls have him up a couple of points. obviously we don't know what the mike pence endorsement is going to do if it does anything. but if he can pull out indiana and he can stay close and he denies donald on the first ballot, advantage cruz going
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into that. because as, you know, cruz has a very very good ground game. that is where we are right now. it is interesting. this guy probably has the toughest job around. the republican party right now. this is civil war, deaf con three civil war. these guys are killing each other. boehner attacking cruz. lindsey graham came out and slammed trump after that foreign policy speech. some really bad stuff going on in an election that is winnable. this guy's reputation is on the line. a lot of people say he's not going survive this once this is over given the show that's going on now. priebus won't survive. but in the in the meantime he's got to bring the party together. >> hillary is running as basically the extension of the obama presidency. does she want -- >> great point i read a comment about this in the post.
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one of the things was the economy. economic cycles run in seven year spurts, right? we're at that seven year spurt from the end of the recession in 2009, 2010 to now. it's been a weak recovery. we know that. throw in the fact we have a weak recovery with the fact that seven years usually is the end of the economic cycle. she's worrying she's at the downside of that cycle. first quarter gdp numbers don't usually mean it is going to be that bad for the rest of the year but it was lousy. i understand from my democratic party sources she is worried that this is the albatross. and it won't matter who the republicans nominate i believe. i think donald trump could beat her if this economy turns sour. you don't want the economy to turn sour. but that is what people vote on. they vote on the economy usually. >> and the new york post i write
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a lot of columns for them. >> >> -- all is good. >> and some on twitter that you can't say in front of children. >> i won't recommend that. >> has there ever been this much drama at the nfl draft? one player busted smoking pot. and the next star the born. we're going break it all down. -- making pancakes with ihop as well. we're going to talk draft when we come back. ♪ getty jiggy with it ♪ getty jiggy with it you're here to buy a car.
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the nfl draft in full swing but with more drama than ever. one hopeful laremy tunsil losing millions for this video showing up on twitter just minutes before the draft. >> the nfl commissioner is under fire for calling this drama "exciting." listen. >> i think it's all part of, you know, what makes the draft so exciting. clubs make decisions and sometimes they take risks. sometimes they do the right things. and sometimes they don't. and we'll see. hopefully he's going to turn out to be a great young player. >> tunsil got drafted by the dolphins 10. did he actually cash in by being picked by a team in florida? ceo of coastal advisors is joining us. nice to see you. >> absolutely. >> this is the most exciting time of the year of course.
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>> first let's go back to roger goodell. >> first i don't know how you find excitement in someone's life being squeezed on national tv. you have this guy being shown smoking a bong and the guy went from 25 million to now making only 12 million. i don't find excitement in that. >> and to know whether or not this video existed. whether or not he was privy to this information before he got up on stage. this is the excitement of the draft. >> 12 million is most than most make. i have to say. >> the -- video has been out for years so teams were aware of it. the video came out. everybody knew the video wuas ot
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there. whether roger knew or not. i don't know. that's more of a background check, personnel thing. >> let's break it down so far the first two days. so far, alabama, who's the biggest loser and who's the biggest winner right now? >> as of today i think the biggest winner was the tennessee titans. they were able to get their offensive tackle in conklin. they drafted the heisman trophy winner derek henry and got a stud defensive end out of clemson. i would say those -- that would be my winner. >> alabama had six drafted. >> alabama had six and i think ohio state also had six. and you have two today so you still don't know whew those number s be. and the loser -- loser per se. but dallas. they got a elliot but they they drafted a guy who may not play
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all year. >> they. >> i thought they got? >> -- from -- get do you think? >> they do need a quarterback. and he's sitting there. i'm shocked that he hasn't gone already. >> what about my eagles? i can't let you off the hook without. >> they went for it all getting their quarterback. and you are the first person i thought of when they made that deal. >> yeah. go eagles. wentz goes to the eagles. >> all right. [inaudible] ♪ >> pancakes. >> yeah big daddy pancakes. ♪ hey ya ♪ ♪ mouth breather. mouth breather. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? enough. take that. a breathe right nasal strip of course. imagine just put one on and pow! it instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone.
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>> brand new dial polls you are only going to see here. very important potentially going into the indiana primary. and you have some potentially hidden dangers in your home. we're going to find them in tucker's house, tomorrow right here on the show. >> don't miss it. capitalism? millennial saying no thanks. a new poll says a majority of young americans rejecting it. some here say because it is our political leaders keep bashing it. like this. >> when wealth is increasingly concentrated at the few at the top it is not only a moral challenge to us but drags down a count rice growth potential. >> wall street can never again be allowed to threaten mainstream. >> the agreed of wall street and corporate america is destroying the very fabric of our nation. >> hi everybody. i'm dag amc dowel. this is

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