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♪ >> we are up and you are now, too. you are watching "fox & friends first" on this wednesday. blue skies out there. thank you so much for starting your day with us. we begin with donald trump bashing what is called the sleazy media for questioning his support of your nation's veterans. >> is the mystery presidential candidate about to step forward? the contender some think would offer an alternative.
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>> this mystery man doesn't have a lot of money or organized campaign. he's the person being recruited to take down trump. david french is the man an iraq war vet a writer for the conservative national review magazine. he said i know david french to be an honorable patriotic person. i look forward to following what he has to say. yesterday at a press conference at trump tower the presumptive nominee said he doesn't care who it is. he doesn't believe you can win as an independent. he calls him a spoiler. that event was supposed to be about trump's fundraising hall from the high profile event in january. he would raise 5.6 million for 22 veteran organizations. when reporters started questioning him about where the money came from and why it took so long to get there trump fired back attacking the journalist in the room calling one reporter from abc a sleedz.
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>> i am not looking for credit. but what i don't want is when i raise millions of dollars have people say, like this sleazy guy right over here from abc, he's a sleez in my book. you are a sleez because you know the facts and you know the facts well. >> yesterday hillary clinton who has been focused on beat took a play from the trump pay bolay bo pai weigh in on trump donations. >> i think the difference between what donald trump says and what donald trump does, he has bragged for months about raising $6 million for veterans and donating a million dollars himself, but it took a reporter to shame him. >> two new polls out yesterday show a tight race between trump and clinton in two very important states. a boston harold poll has clinton in front tied in new hampshire.
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man mouth university poll only has her ahead by two points in new jersey. i feel compelled to say we are still several months away. these polls obviously can change quite a bit in the next few months. heather? >> absolutely. kristin fisher is live for us. thank you, kristin. >> donald trump lashing out at the media for doubting his contributions to veterans. >> brit hume says if he continues to take things so personally he is going to have a bigger problem going forward. >> this is what we do, megan. bias pd journalists do this unbiased journalists do this all journalists do this. we are professional kept ticks. he made a claim, questions were raised and he got his nose out of joint to the point where he was calling out reporters by name calling him names in a way i have never seen a presidential candidate do in my memory. he know behind the scenes presidents and presidential
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candidates fume about media coverage they all do it and they always have. but you rarely see it shown in this public a way where he takes it all so personally. if he has that frame of mind as president he will have a terribly hard time. >> during the press conference trump listed 41 groups he says were given $5.6 million. meantime hillary clinton is scrambling to get her campaign on track in california. bernie sanders is eyeing an upset saying the former secretary of state is getting nervous. >> secretary clinton is getting nervous. i don't want her get her more nervous. i think we are going to win in california this summer. >> clinton planning a campaign spree in the golden state before next week's primary. >> i am feeling positive about my campaign in california.
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i was proud to get governor jerry brown's endorsement today. i want to cover as much of the state as i can. >> the massive river is cresting overnight breaking a 54 inch record high. look at that. >> the rushing waters spilling over the banks filling up homes threatening entire towns leaving dozens to be rescued even these horses surrounded by water. >> the authority opening flood gates releasing enough water to fill an olympic swimming pool every five seconds. >> the bad news it is not over yet. go straight to maria molina. >> we have more rain out there across portions of texas with several inches on the way.
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some effecting 8 as much as 8 inches of rain. >> some of the areas could be seeing 6-# inches of additional rain. flooding to get worse before it gets better out here in portions of texas and oklahoma and arkansas. temperatures east of all of that unsettled weather are very toasty. you are feeling like summer out there in places like atlanta with the high temperature forecast to be 92 degrees today. as we head further west across the rockies you are on the cool side. 69 in denver and 70's in willing -- billings montana. we continue to follow an
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international firestorm erupting over the shooting death of a rare gorilla at the cincinnati zoo. >> oh my god. >> the parents of the little boy who fell into the intibt now the fo -- exhibit now the focus of a police investigation as polidea threats pour in. she went to the zoo force. she joins us more with how people are reacting there. >> officials at the cincinnati zoo trying to urge the public the zoo is safe days after the 4-year-old boy managed to get inside the gorilla exhibit. what do the parents have to say about the situationsome i went to the zoo to find out. >> it is up setting.
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i feel it was more of the parent's fault. i don't care how many kids you have, you catwatch your childre. >> i blame the zoo for having an opening that a child can fit through. it is unfortunate all of the way around. >> definitely sympathize with the mother. i had a moment myself at this zoo i looked down put a baby in a baby carrier and one of my children was gone. i can certainly sympathize. >> you cried? >> they shot the gorilla. >> you don't think it was right? >> the parents weren't watching their kids. >> i think it was horrible. maybe they could have handled it a little bit differently. >> we had this as our topic on-line yesterday. the comments are overwhelming people agree it was a difficult situation for everyone involved. they weren't inclined to blame
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the parents. >> we cover these stories a lot in studio. the moment i walked in the zoo you could feel the heavy emotion from the parents or kids. no one seems to blame the zoo as you were saying. they were saying it is a tough situation. mixed reactions on both sides whether it was at parents to blame or how it all happened. >> immediately they began to make improvements there to try to do extra things from happening. >> we took video. the exhibit was all closed up so you can't get in the gorilla exhibit. they didn't say when they were going to reopen it. we could see workers in there making changes. what i found out is over 30 years nothing has happened. obviously once something like this takes place they have got to take measures. emotions were running high. it was his 17th birthday on friday. he was considered a family
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member to a lot of the people that go to the zoo all of the time. >> 1.6 million annually go through there. thank you so much abby. appreciate it. >> thank you abby and heather. former cop and convicted killer drew peterson found guilty in a murder for hire scheme. peterson trying to range for a fellow inmate's uncle who killed a prosecutor for killing his third wife kathleen sabio. her death ruled an accident but was reopened when his 4th wife went missing. >> has a right to go home and sleep soundly add national correspondent worry about a bullet in his head. >> he is serving 38 years for killing sabio. in real life after michael jays is now a convicted killer. once the star of the fx series
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the shield he admitted to shooting his wife in front of their young kids after she filed for divorce in 2014. he never meant to kill her but according to one of her sons he told april to run to heaven after he shot her in the legs and back. sen ten tense is set for june 10th. he faces life in prison. >> federal prosecutors want to make sure the families of the san bernardino terrorists doesn't see a dime. they are battling over two of syed farook's life insurance col pees. farook's mother could be awarded that money. but prosecutors say it should go to the victims of the attack. farook and his wife died in a shootout after murdering 14 people at his company holiday party. public schools in texas ordered to ignore the obama administration's new transgender policy. >> i will be sending a letter to every superintendent in the state of texas letting them know
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that they should not move forward on the president's guidelines. now that's a violation of local control. >> lieutenant governor dan patrick doubling down saying the schools will not be blackmailed into adopting the new rules which allow transgender students to use bathrooms that match their gender identity. calling for an investigation for letting students choose which bathroom they want. >> the time is 12 after the hour. a fox news alert for you targeting travelers. the urgent new care warning issued for americans traveling to europe this summer. >> he crashed into the house. i have bleeding children, broken bones. get out of the street, baby. get out of the street. >> terrifying moments for dozens of students when their school bus runs down an embankment and right into a house. >> pulling off the shots. the golfer who attempts the near
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>> isis fighters using hundreds of innocent families as hadn't shields in their fight to win over fallujah. iraqi forces fight to win the territory back with help from u.s. air strikes. fallujah has been under isis control for more than two years is the group's last major city in western iraq. iraqi forces say they will stop their advances until they have retaken the territory. >> fox news alert for you terror fears. the state department issuing a brand new travel warning for americans heading to europe this
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summer. greg mcelway has the urgent warning. >> the travel alert appears unusual in that it is broad encompassing the entirety of europe. it will says in part quoting now the large number of tourists visiting europe will present greater targets for terrorists planning attacks on public locations especially at large events. europe will host the european soccer championship from june 10th through the 12th in many cities and venues. it will host the catholic center crack down poland. 2.5 million visitors are expected to attend that. the alert cautions the local polish infrastructure will be challenged with such a large crowd despite the plans to alert border patrols at all crossings. there is no specific threat which led to today's travel alert. he tried to tamp down any alarmism about it. >> we alert all of the time it is based on specific credible
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attacks. i think we would and should come under greater scrutiny if we had not issued a travel alert as the summer begins there in europe. we don't want to disoccur rabbling travel or tour hichl to europe and would want and hope that americans continue to travel abroad to see the great sites of the world to attend these kinds of events. we just want them to be aware and to be vigilant. >> added it is basically a renewal of earlier alerts. this new one will end on august 31st. heather, jackie, back to you. >> thank you, doug. that brings us to our look at who is talking. al bam ma senator jeff sessions blames the i lert on the influx of illegal immigrants. >> the big part of the problem is the massive flow of illegal immigrants into europe, mostly from areas where we have too much terrorism, most of the people in europe now well over a million are young males and no way they have been vetted coming in like we have people coming across the border with no real
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the mother contracted the virus in honduras. dr. manial var rez is helping care for the child. the first baby with zika linked microcephaly in the u.s. was born in hawaii back in january. >> check your pantry before making your breakfast this morning. general mills is recalling 20,000 pounds of flower in 4 states. it includes several varieties of gold medal flour. that is the link among four dozen illnesses across the country. most of the people who got sick ate flour in cookie dough. >> that is why you should not eat raw cookie dough. >> two brave little boys fighting cancer are now honorary members of the new york fire department. 4-year-old river lawrence of texas and 3-year-old trucker duke from hawaii just sworn in. they are so cute. they met local firefighters
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during treatment in new york. trucker's dad is a firefighter back home. >> i don't think we would have made it this far without the love and support and prayers of everybody. >> we are miles from home and we have a good connection with our fire department. the brotherhood from there spreads out here. >> both boys still have more treatment ahead. but they are welcome at the firehouse any time. >> of course they are. >> our prayers for all of those families. it is 25 after the hour. no doubt. >> showcase all that our city has to ovffer. we will be prepared. we are prepared. we are trained. >> police ready for the rnc. what they are doing to step up security. >> first on this day in history back in 1934 the nissan motor company was founded. in 2009 general motors filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy.
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>> donald trump takes aim at the media blasting critics for doubting his donations to veterans. >> this sleazy guy right over here from abc. he's a sleez in my book. you are a sleez because you know the facts and you know the facts as well. >> a mystery presidential candidate ready to step forward to try to take donald trump and clinton? >> a bus crashed into our house. we have bleegd children and broken bones. get out of the street, baby. get out of the street.
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>> school bus crash horror. the terrifying moments for dozens of students when their bus slammed right into a house. >> is that daniel radcliffe next to daniel radcliffe? the look alike actors going viral. can you tell the difference? "fox & friends first" continues right now. >> it is a great song to begin the morning with. hope you are feeling on top of the world. >> good morning. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers.
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>> i am jackie ibanez. >> we begin with donald trump bashing what he calls for questioning his support of our nation's veterans. >> for the first time we have the name to fill the potential independent slot on the ballot. >> kristin fisher live with us. as always follow the new developments. >> sources familiar with recruiting efforts say this popular candidate isn't just considering a third party run, he is planning it. doesn't have a lot of money, no organization, no name recognition and keeping him going up against donald trump. his name david french a constitutional lawyer and an iraq war vet and a writer for the national review. he was recruited by bill crystal the publisher of the weekly standard and someone trump is calling a sad case. >> he has been wrong for two years he hasn't had one thing right. he rid about he wants to put in
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an indy, what would mean is you wouldn't have your supreme court justices picked like i am going to pick them. >> earlier yesterday trump held a press conference to discuss how much money he raised from that high profile veteran's event back in january. he announced he raised $5.6 million for 2 dozen veteran organizations. that figure has gob up and down in recent weeks when reporters questioned where the money came from how much and whey it took o long to get there. he fired back calling one reporter from abc news a quote sleez. afterwards hillary clinton who is focused on debating bernie sanders took a play from the truf trump play book by asking motherimsnbc to weigh in on the donations. >> i think the difference here is between what donald trump does and donald trump says.
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they are donating a million dollars himself it took a reporter to shame him. >> the tight race between trump and clinton and two states. a boston harold poll has trump and clinton tied in new hampshire. clinton ahead only 4 points in new jersey. tight race in two states that tend to see blue. >> thank you kristin fisher live in washington. >> the city is already releasing a preparedness plan. here's what we can expect. city officials will be hon toring the convention at the quicken loans arena from a 24-hour emergency operation center. the roads around the venue will be closed. the city also signing contracts with two jails in cases of multiple arrests. police will deploy a video unit to document interactions at and around the convention. >> thank you, jackie. the justice department meantime
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does not belief that its lawyers need ethics training because it costs too much money. the doj defying a federal judge's order to undergo the $8 million mandatory training. an order by the texas judge comes after he claims the doj intentionally deceived him about the implementation of president obama's executive action to block the deportation of thousands of immigrants. >> police no longer need a warrant to find out where you used your cell phone believe it or not. u.s. appeals court ruling the information is already disclosed to your wireless carrier they can access it under a decade's old legal theory. it is considered a major blow to privacy a advocates. >> back to a story we have been following for you here. an international firestorm erupting over the shooting death of a rare gorilla at the cincinnati zoo. >> oh my god.
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oh my god. >> the parents of the little boy who fell into the exhibit now the focus of a police investigation as death threats from animal rights activists over the gorilla's death pour in. abby huntsman just got back from the zoo and she has more on how people are reacting to this. >> officials are trying to reassure the public saying the zoo is safe days after the 4-year-old boy managed to get inside the gorilla exhibit. outrage has been boiling over for days. what do the parents have to say about the situation? i went to the zoo to find out. >> it is up setting. >> i don't care how many of y you -- children you have, you watch your children. >> you would have been in there. >> i would have jumped in there.
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>> it is unfortunate all of the way around. i can sympathize with the mother. i have had a moment myself i sat down at the moment with the baby carrier one of them was gone. >> they are shopping gorillas. >> i think it is horrible. >> there is also a petition that people have signed as well. understand like over 300,000 people say they think the parents should be held accountable. >> emotions are running are willy high. you feel that and you feel this gorilla is really part of the family. they lost someone they love so dearly. it will be interesting to see
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how it plays out from here. you could likely see a lawsuit from the parents maybe from the animal rights activists. there are different ways for people to say they could have handled this. it is easy to be the monday morning quarterback to see what would what could be done. there were people working behind there. it seemed like they were fixing things to make sure that no one could get through the barriers from here on out. in 38 years nothing has happened at this gorilla exhibit. obviously this was not something they had seen before but that they said, heather, the last thing they want is for it to happen again. >> a lot of people go to the zoo annually. >> and the gorilla exhibit is the favorite there. >> abby huntsman thank you for joining us. no relief in sight for water this morning. the river cresting overnight breaking a 54 inch record high.
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the russian water filling over the banks filling up hopes threatening entire towns and leaving dozens to be rescued. even these horses you can see them right there take refuge on the porch of a home surrounded by water. the rif authority opening flood gates releasing enough water to fill an olympic swimming pool every five seconds. that's incredible. you know what? it is not over yet unfortunately. maria molina live on the plaza tracking the latest. >> good morning. you are right. unfortunately it is not over just yet. we are expecting more showers and storms and heavy rain over the next couple of days across parts of texas. i want to share how much rain we have picked up out there over the past week. you can see many rainfall totals totalling 6 inches. some picking up as much as 8 to 12 inches of rain over the past week. the forecast calls for potentially more than 6 inches of rain in many areas out there across parts of texas so that will only worsen flooding conditions out there.
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heavy rain also forecast across oklahoma, arkansas and louisiana. that corridor really expected to see a lot of unsettled weather. meanwhile to the east across the southeastern u.s. it will feel like summer today. you are expecting a high temperature at 92 degrees in atlanta 89 louisville. in the northeast temperatures heathing up. should make it into the 80's in buffalo, new york. also in new york city. across parts of the rockies temperature forecast to be a lot cooler only into the low 70's across places like denver and amarillo. let's head back inside. >> thank you maria. the time is about 20 minutes after the top of the hour. would you vote for an alleged criminal. brand new poll with surprising results showing how many people would vote for hillary clinton if she was indicted. >> shameful policies a weather anchor putting an airline on blast for asking larger passengers to get off the plane because they weigh too much.
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about setting up the private server. according to the transcript of the deposition with judicial watch on tuesday bette milliken son as well as obama administration lawyers objected to the line of questioning about pagliano. i am going to instruct her not to answer an illegal question. she caught an immunity deal as part of the ongoing criminal probe of clinton's e-mail practices. this pattern of objections was repeated through out the deposition by 7 lawyers for mills including four attorneys representing the state and justice department as well as her personal representatives. white house spokesman josh earnest referred e-mail questions to clinton's team. >> they can discuss the situations she made to secretary of state as they relate to her use of e-mail. the focus of the white house has been on the institutional questions that have been raised about the way in which the state department manages its records and manages its e-mail system.
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>> the team response appears to be swifting with the chairman emphasizing they need to put the controversy behind him. he hack knowledges it w -- acknowledges it was a mistake to use a personal server for e-mail. >> half of voters want hillary clinton to run for president even if she is indicted ch that's a fining of a surprising new poll. 50 percent of likely rotors say she should stay in the race while a judge looks at whether she broke the law using a private e-mail server. more than 70 percent of democrats would want her to keep running compared to 30 percent republicans. >> to katie couric. reversing course and taking blame now saying she regrets this edit in her new documentary under the gun. >> there are no background checks for gun purchasers. how do you prevent felon or a
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terrorists from purchasing a gun? >> it turns out that long pause never really happened. it was added to make people think about the question. here's the gun activist's real response according to leaked audio. >> if there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or a terrorists from walking into say a licensed gun dealer and purchasing a gun? >> well, one if you are not in jail you should have your basic rights. >> couric says she should have done something about the miss leading scene. >> women crime discrimination over anti topless laws. activists in fort collins colorado calling for rules similar to new york city where women can go topless just like men. they are suing to reverse the city rule reinforced last year that criminalized bare chested women and issued a fines of 250
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yesterday. we are talking about donald trump and his attack on the media. we will be meeting the man behind donald trump's twitter account. maybe the most famous unknown person in the world. he helped turn donald trump into a billionaire, into a phenom. jeff weaver joins us to talk about june 7th and what happens to bernie sanders after the primary season. frank luntz will be with us and also talk about donald trump's big press conference yesterday. we will have breaking news on battle ground polls coming your way. for the disney channel laura morano all coming up on "fox & friends," unless you have a different rundown. then i will look at yours. ♪ sweet, sweet st. thomas nice. ♪ so nice, so nice ♪st. croix full of pure vibes. ♪ so nice, so nice. this summer, experience us virgin islands nice.
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a heart-stopping school bus scare. 14 students and their driver are hurt when their bus runs down the road, falls down a 30-foot embankment and crashes into a north carolina home. >> ma'am, you need to remain calm so that we can help everyone. >> this bus just crashed into a house. i'm as calm as i can be. >> you can't blame her. injuries ranging from broken bones and cuts and bruises. most of the students have been released from the hospital this morning. they describe a chaotic scene on board. >> it toppled over. it was surreal. i didn't know what was going on. >> everybody was trying to find out how to get out. >> the driver is now suspended with pay. emergency crews and an injured dog saved by search and rescue after being stuck in the
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but you see, with the help of her raymond james financial advisor, she had planned for every eventuality. ...which meant she continued to have the means to live on... ...even at the ripe old age of 187. life well planned. see what a raymond james advisor can do for you. two minutes until the top of the hour, here's what's happening for you today before you leave the house. a travel warning for americans heading to europe this summer. the state department says potential terror attacks could take place at big events like the tour de france. the alert expires august 31st. zm and water-soaked texas is
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bracing more brain today. flash flood warnings are in effect. and weekly standard editor bill kristol considering to be eyeing conservative lawyer david french as an independent candidate for president. fiem for the good the good, the bad, and the ugly. first, the good. turns out most americans are happy with their jobs. the new survey shows 77% of americans love their job. that's good enough for third place behind india and mexico. next, we head to the bad. a bear -- a pair of bunningling thieves try to steal beers from a beer fridge, and the fridge crashes down on him.
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>> and finally the ugly. >> oh, no! >> he should have seen that one coming. his friends are howling as you can here. that's hilarious. that's a no-brainer. thank you so much for joining us. like to have you here today. you'll be here tomorrow. >> yep. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. bye! good morning to you and your family. it is wednesday, june 1st. i'm ainsley earhardt and we start with a fox news alert. brand-new national polls just out only seconds ago providing a new picture of the state of this presidential race. how donald trump and hillary clinton stack up against each other. then donald trump rips the media to their face. >> the press should be ashamed of themselves. no credibility. losers. you are a real beauty and i don't like dishonesty. you are a sleaze.

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