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>> you are watching "fox and friend first on this thursday morning. i am jackie ibanez. >> i am heather childers. thank you for starting your day with us. now in a stunning turn of events the state department admits it lied to the american public about the iran deal. >> the chief washington correspondent james rosen and the department then spokesper n spokesperson. >> don't expect any one to be held accountable. >> there was no glitch. the state department admitted they deliberately admitted an 8 minute exchange about whether or not they hide they replaced it
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with a white slash minutes after a briefing when an editor got a call from someone at state delivering specific instructions to delete our correspondent james rosen's questions and spokes women's answers. since the editor can't remember who called with the instructions don't ex% any one to get in trouble. >> they pushed through it for me and we got about as far as we can go. the individual who took the call doesn't remember if it was anything more than being passed on from the public affairs bureau. i can't be more specific than that now. >> it started in 20146789 they denied any talks with tehran. when rosen went back at the end of 2013 and asked if it was true the spokeswoman gaye an answer
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that was so unsatisfactory to someone in state it was scrubbed from the internet. this was part of the response they tried to bury. >> this is the policy of the state department where the preservation of the secrecy of secret negotiations are concerned to lie in order to achieve that goal? >> james, i think there are times when diplomacy needs privacy in order to progress. this is a good example of that. >> nobody would know about government employee's removing the video if they hadn't noticed the edit while pulling tape from a different story. they don't know if any other clips have been edited out the same way. >> the white house communications director is saying this, i had no knowledge of nor would i have approved of any form of editing or cutting my briefing transcript on any subject while at the state
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department. the state department can and must find out who ordered it. they tried to pass it on as a glitch. that was either an obvious lie or a lame attempt as a coverup. i love what kirby had to say today the state department spokesman. it was not and is not keeping the commitments to transparency. no kidding whe you lie about deleting history that is not trance parent. the real story is why are they pro tending that they can get away with a passive? aeq rst was made, why can't u find out who made it? there are only a finite number of people there. this is important to find out. this is a big deal. >> so looets keep talking about this. what do you think about the state department's shady
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scruing of video? log on to the "fox & friends first" facebook page live debate and use the hashtag keep talking. >> more lpolitical mud slinging days before the primary. >> clinton calling trump a fraud who is qualified and trump firi back. >> she lies. she lies. >> expected to ramp up even more today. >> heather, jackie, good morning. hillary clinton is has her eyes on the investigation. cory booker welcomed her to newark. >> putting on my snap chats.
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>> on stage she was welcomed one of new jersey's favorite sons john bon jovi. >> i would like to refer to her as ms. c. we wll be calling her madam clinton. >> they were outlining why donald trump remains as president. >> donald trump himself is a fraud, we see someone who is unqualified and unfit to be president of the united states. >> the daily mail reports the law firm behind the trump university lawsuit paid the clinton 900,000 speeches,
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though. they have been saying paid speeches like that are an example of how the clinton foundation as a whole is crooked. >> hillary clinton who lies, i mean she lies at the same time huge sums of money to bill clinton giving speees. these are crooked people. these are crooked people. >> they will be holding a rally where police are preparing for the potential of more protests. heather and jackie? >> garrett tiny live in washington. bernie sanders is could be if i dent than ever that he can still resist it. >> i saw hillary clinton racing
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california. bill clinton racing to california. maybe they think this campaign is not quite over. i agree with them. we are going to win here in california. >> sanders and clinton neck and neck in california. new nbc wall street journal mer ryes poll shows clinton holding just a two-point lead at 49 to 47 percent. >> after a murder suicide sends students running for their lives at the ucla campus. take a look at this chaotic scene. frightened people with hear hands above their heads. the entire city of los angeles on alert. panicked students barricading themselves inside for two hours. they used desks, printers, makeshift knots from belts and cords when campus doors would not lock. the school is investigating. swat teams are going door to door searching students one by
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one. police identifying the victim as william kun -- klung a professor. the campus shooting unfolded and they had police chatter. >> responded to active shooter. 420 west wood plaza. >> male, white, 6 feet tall. no further descriptions. >> many of the students were in the middle of taking finals during the shooting. engineering classes are canceled through monday. the man accused of holding off the deadly san bernardino terrorist attacks had ties to other terrorist groups. enrique marquez t friend who gave syed farook and his wife guns to kill 14 people in december also worked with a group of terrorists in california who intended to join al qaeda in afghanistan. that group was arrested in 22 and charged with plotting to
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kill americans. at the time the fbi killed marquez. >> they reached their highest peak in more than a century. >> cities like dallas, houston, san antonio all bracing for even more flooding. maria molina joins us with the latest. >> all of those cities across parts of texas do have the potential to see additional flooding. the forecast calls for several more inches of rainfall there. heads up from dallas down to austin and san antonio. you have the potential. if you look at the radar it is already busy early this morning.
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near san antonio and near houston and across eastern parts of texas. this is a widespread event. because of all of the rain temperatures they are going to stay relatively cool for this time of year preaching the upper 70's. they are feeling like summer reaching across the 90's. in reno you are going to see 92 degrees this afternoon. >> the time is 10 minutes after the top of the hour. the terrifying moments the woman was brutally beaten on the bus. he issing credited with saving lives. hillary clinton should have
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>> under pressure is more. indicting hillary clinton following a scathing inspector
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general's report. a top source tells fox news the report increases the likelihood for criminal charges since it proved clinton illegally shared and scored classified information on her private server. the man who set up that server is keeping his mouth shut. he plans to plead the 5th during his deposition as part of a watchdog group next week. now he is feeling it personally. the pga tour is moving the world gulf tournament from trump's miami resort to mexico. the association claims it has nothing to do with politics saying instead it could not secure a sponsor at the trump resort. that didn't stop the repump c can -- republican presumptive nominee from taking a shot. >> they are moving it to mexico city. i hope they have kidnapping insurance. they are moving it to mexico
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ci city. what's going on here? >> trump's resort has hosted that event for the last 55 years. that brings us to our look who is talking. lauer raw ingram said the pga tour could play out in donald trump's favor. >> all of this to trump's benefit. these stories might set back. we have a real problem with big corporations acting like mini governments. they are susceptible to pressure. they are willing to bow down any time to get 15 e-mails from one of these special interest groups. it needs through out mexico. i think it makes him look more like a warrior for the regular. >> international human rights reports on mexico. look it up on-line.
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before you drive to work this morning nearly 2 million miles pulled off the road because of safety issues. >> cheryl casone mere with more on the massive recall. >> another air bag recall. this is the tack kata air bag story 1.9 million vehicles. these air bags inflate and they have been known to put shrapnel out. this is a serious recall. the 2007, 210 ford edge. this is one of the vehicles being recalled. to get the air bags replaced. the mustang, the ranger and lincoln brands as well. it is the same air bag as tekata. >> who doesn't like free food? >> you pay for the ticket. you may as well get something
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out of it. you pay for the leg room. you may as well get something. the waffles on united are not too bad with pretzels and things. international flights they are going to add an extra meal service going from the west coast to europe and back and forth and extra sandwiches. they are trying to make things right for passengers. >> what about free beer? you can make it yourself, though, right? >> not quite free but cheap. the sparkling beverage company they have come up with a new beer maker. it is not available in the u.s. yet. sorry. it is available on-line in germany and switzerland. it makes your own tap beer by the glass. it will be here by the end of the year. >> interesting. >> i have got a few more things
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coming up. you are going to love my next story coming up in about a half an hour. the richest self made woman in the world. >> looking forward to that. the time is now 19 after the hour. for the first time we are hearing a mother's panic stricken cries for help as her son is in the hands of a massive gorilla. >> cincinnati 911. what is the address -- >> my son fell in the zoo. my son fell in with the gorilla. there's a male gorilla standing over him. >> it is video we have seen. brand new information as the police investigation wraps up. >> a lose on the lose. the fast moving animal trotting outside one major city. nd abigail higgins had...
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charged. >> a brand new water crisis in portland oregon where 50,000 students were drinking led contaminated water. they knew about it since 2012 and did absolutely nothing. lead levels three times hire than what is recommended. >> schools across the country has been testing water fountains since the water crisis in michigan came to life. it is the phone maybe that hillary clinton should have brought. a high security smart phone they say nsa can't even break into. brett larson fox news headlines sirius xm 115 here to talk about it. >> good morning. it is a super secure srt phone with a super hefty price tag. it is called the salarin smart phone. it has been in the works for two years. it was unveiled tuesday in an event across the pond in london. the company promises the phone will work around the world. it does pack virtually every
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wireless connection around. it is privacy. there is a switch you can switch there is hardware based aes encryption basically to give you an idea of how secure that was. if you can have pass word attempts a second it would take 3 billion to put it into the smart phone. the encryption technology comes from a company called cool span which says it is the same technology armed servicemen use from around the world to protect their communications. early reviews mixed on the phone. it is hefty. half a pound. a little mull canyer. battery powered and a nice large screen. wait, the price, how can we forget it is around 17,000 dollars. you will find it in london. do you want a nukia or do you want a smart phone that will
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keep everything you do super safe from the nsa or do you want to roll the dice and figure what am i doing wrong? let them snoop on me. >> you tosold it to us and then you drop the price on it. come on. >> the sales guy he is like it's the best phone around. it is $17,000. >> we just panned it. >> thank you, brett. >> president obama jumping in the race for the white house blasting trump's proposals as crazy. >> this is a president who doesn' have a clue. he campaigns. that means i am allowed to hit him just like i hit bill clinton. >> the new warning from the donald himself.
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military for over 75 years. >> this thursday june 2nd. it's the fox news alert. president obama's state department caught red handed lying to the american public. >> the one that delivers the request for technical groups. it was a delivered request for excise the video. >> the righace for the white ho getting ugly. >> hillary clinton, she lies. you remember that. i started -- she lies. >> donald trump himself is a fraud. that is just the beginning. how he plans to target donald trump today.
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>> the confession of the richest self made woman in america. the women who run the world just released. "fox & friends first" continues right now. >> good morning to you. welcome to "fox & friends first". couple of girls for you right here. a fox news alert. stunning return of events the state department admits it lied to the american public about the iran deal. the department then spokeswoman. >> don't expect any one to be held accountable.
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peter doocy explains why. >> there was no technical glitch. instead the state department admitted they deliberately deleted an 8 minute exchange about whether or not they lied to hide talks from iran. minutes after the briefing in 2013 when an editor got a call from someone at state delivering instructions to delete our correspondent james rosen's questions and then spokeswoman jen ptaski's response. >> we got as far as we could go. the individl who took the call doesn't remember athing more han it was being passed on from somebody else in the public affairs bureau. i cannot be any more specific
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than that now. >> this started in 2013. the spokeswoman denied any talks with tehran. when rose enwent back at the end of 2013 and asked if that was still true or if it was ever true spokeswoman ptski gave an answerhat was so unsatisfactory fro someone at state it was scrubbed from the internet until a few weeks ago. this was part of the response they tried to bury. >> it is the policy of the state department where the preservation of secrecy or secret negotiations are concerned to lie in order to achieve that goal. >> james, i think there are times where diplomacy needs privacy in order to progress. this is a good example of that. >> nobody would know if our producer didn't notice the edit while pulling t fapeor a different story. they don't know if any other clips have been edited out the same way. >> peter doocy, thank you.
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>> meantime the race for the white house more political mud slinging days for the crucial primary. clinton calling trump a fraud mo is unqualified to hold office and trump firing back. >> he lie -- she lies. she lies. >> expect the attacks to ramp up more today. we have more from washington with the latest. >> hillary clinton took the gloves on in new jersey where she was also clearly excited to be when cory booker welcomed her to new york. >> putting you on my snap chat. >> new jersey. >> new jersey. >> new revelations in the trump university lawsuit. she embraced the chance to talk about legal problems other than her own. she said the trump lawsuit is another example about how trump is a fraud and unfit to be
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president. nato immigrations and banning muslims. >> i think donald trump has disqualified himself completely. this is not just divisive, it is dangerous. >> it makes the job of being president much harder. he hwhat he has said has given aid and comfort to terrorists. >> clintons remarks were a preview of what we are told will be a major national security speech later today. they shot back at mihilly yesterday in sacramento calling her a liar saying he's going to beat her in the general election by winning blue states. we are going to work the state of washington hard and we may work oregon hard because we have been treated up there great. i think we have a chance. i think we have a good chance.
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>> larding the trump university lawsuit the daily mail is regarding the lawsuit waiting to pay hillary clinton big cash for speeches 100,000 dollars since 2009. heather and jackie? >> thank you, garrett. >> president obama is taking aim at donald trump without missing the presumptive gop nominee by name. the president telling an indiana crowd trump is a threat to american progress. trump firing back again saying the president needs to do its job. >> a bunch of okie dokie just because. it sounds funny. >> now he is going to be campaigning. you know what? he shouldn't campaign. he should go out and do the job
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that he is supposed to be doing. >> while the president has not made an official endorsement just yet. hillary clinton's camp is expecting one close very quickly. >> now a fox news lart. you are next a chilling new warning from isis targeting spanish speaking countries. the threat is in response to recent bombings in syria and iraq. isis reportedly sent the message so countries would quote stop the aggression of armies against innocent civilians. >> a a man accused of horrifying war crimes was working at dulles airport outside of dc. accused of torture, burning villages and mass executions during a somali civil war. airport officials say he passed a background they can by the fbi and lived in virginia for 20-years now. turning to extreme weather
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devastating floods slamming the lone star state. >> along the river in texas where levels reached their highest peak in more than a century. >> cities like dallas, houston and san antonio they are bracing for more weather. >> good morning. that's right. we are tracking the potential for more dmrash flooding there. we have a number of flood watches for cities like dallas and into austin like you mentioned. the radar this morning is already busy out there. we are dealing with rainfall rates exceeding an inch per hour. south of austin we are dealing with it. also in areas of san antonio, texas. we could be picking up several more inches of rainfall out there. it has been active out there.
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it is stemming up into areas southwest in dallas. otherwise temperatures across the southeastern u.s. are on the warm side feeling very summer like. in atlanta and also in orlando. out west you can see in billings it is a warmer day than it was yesterday. high temperatures forecast to reach 980's. warming trend coming up. let's head over to you in the studio. >> not even this family can get past this pint sized crime fighter. he called 911 on his own dad after his dad ran a red light in massachusetts. the turn was legal. >> my dad passed a red light. >> he did? >> is he home right now? >> yeah. >> can i talk to him. >> hi. the police.
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>> i apologize. that was my 5-year-old son. >> he said you ran a red light. >> oh, no. i apologize. >> the dad getting away without a ticket. >> what a stinker. you don't see this every day, a moose on the lose in the boston suburbs. the giant wild animal spotted police running through neighboring towns. they say it somehow got lost and was last seen heading back into the woods. it earned its own twitter account. the belmont moose. >> the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour. we have more dramatic video for you. this one raising questions on board a school bus. >> why the bus driver refused to let the kids roll down the windows on a hot day.
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>> they think you are eating too much salt. they are asking manufacturers and restaurants to slash the amount of sodium in your food by 50 percent. the number of americans suffering from high blood pressure is getting too high claiming the scale back will save as many as 500,000 lives and healthcare costs over the next ten years. >> health experts say they are packed with vitamins and water. the vitamin c can give you clearer skin natural antioxidants can help ward off strokes and with zero fat you
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can eat as much as you want without woulder reing about packing on the pound. >> you will never guess the richest self made woman in america. >> cheryl casone here now with who topped the list. was it you? >> it was not me. television news not one of the industries they made their billions in. good morning to both of you. let's celebrate the women. they are five of the most self made billionaires. diane hendricks made her money in roofing. she is worth $4.9 billion. she is co founder and chairman of abc supply. she is widowed and living in wisconsin. she has a high school diploma by the way. number two you know her. oprah winfrey. the second richest self made woman worth 3.1 billion.
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the actress director and producer had a long run on daytime tv. she has her cable channel on her own. she lives in santa barbara, california. she has hoar bachelor's degree. judas falkner owner of it company. worth 2.4 billion. the married mother of three lives in madison, wisconsin. doris fisher also worth 2.4 billion as the co founder of gap the clothing company. the 84-year-old lives in the bay area where the company started. janel hunt worth 2.3 billion made her money in the trucking business. the college dropout was the daughter of a poultry farmer. she worked in the offices along side her husband during all of the books to start her company. she is comfortably living in the south as well. >> comfortably. >> thank you, cheryl. >> the time is 15 minutes before the top of the hour.
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terrifying moments a woman is brutally beaten on the bus. a quick thiing driver is credited with saving lives. >> higher power. the churchgoers that got a surprise thin their cookies tha sent them to the hospital. >> let's check in with brian kilmeade to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> it will be a huge day. the state department admits it deliberately deleted the video records on james rosen's questions to the state department spokesperson at the time. john kirby the new states department spokesperson will be here. billy ray cyrus will be here. ed rollins will also be here. it will be a huge, huge show. don't miss a minute. idious librn emily skinner, each day was fueled by thorough preparation for events to come. well somewhere along the way, emily went right on living.
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this disturbing video shows a man attacking an elderly woman as he tries to hijack the bus. watch as the woman is kicked in the face. amazingly, the driver escapes and calls for help. that's when the man tries to take off in the bus but the driver had shut off the battery. smart thinking. lock him inside, he was later arrested. and imagine sending your kids on the school bus and they pass out from the heat. >> amaya passed out on the bus. >> fan her!
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because the alarms will go off! >> students were forced to ride home on a hot school bus in washington state. the girl passed out and the bus driver is now out of a job. glad she's okay. well, the first season of the fox news series "legends and lies" brought the wild, wild west to your tv screen. now they are coming back with a brand new twist. we'll step into the light with martin who was behind the scenes. >> i did get a special season of what to expect this season on "legends & lice." check it out. how is this season different from the last one? >> this season is more epic in the sense that it's a continuing narrative.
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we cover about 60 years of history from the 1760s to the 1820s. and we follow john adams, george washington throughout that period of time. >> do not fire until you see the whites in their eyes. fire! >> what made you want to tackle this? >> well, the presidential election. we want to get back to the people who were running the country when it first started. >> is there something you think audiences will be surprised to learn? >> we are trying to get the myth out of it. and everybody knows george washington and john adams and thomas evjefferson, benjamin franklin, but you don't know their lives. so after this you'll know their lives. >> we are going to get you across the river for a physical scene. >> as general washington makes
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his way over here, he's going to lead the soldiers. action! >> thank you for your service to our country. >> how do i -- >> that's a matter for congress to decide. good luck. down! >> a speaking role. >> that's all i'm saying. you can catch "legends & lies" sunday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern this sunday on fox news channel. check out for more of my celebrity interviews. you can see me on twitter and instagram and you can go to @foxlightmichael. >> and next week you'll wear that outfit. >> that's a lot of layers. >> thank you, michael, as
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two minutes before the top of the hour, before you leave the house here's what is happening today. hillary clinton is headed to california to take aim at donald
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trump saying he's not qualified to be president. prosecutors are expected to decide by the end of the week whether to bring charges against the parents of the toddler who fell into the gorilla exhibit at the cincinnati zoo. and ford is recalling 1.9 million vehicles to replace the faulty seat belts made by tacada. and now time for the good, the bad and the ugly. ♪ >> fox news channel topping all the basic cable and total debuts in may. this is the first time we broke a streak we set back in 2003 thanks to you, the viewers. next, the bad, six people are rushed to the hospital after unknowingly eating pot-linked cookies in indiana. a church-goer gave out the
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treats after mass. police are investigating. and the ugly, a brazilian icon takes a tumble while carrying the olympic torch getting a face full of pavement. >> hope he's okay. thank you for being here. "fox & friends" starts right now. bye-bye. good morning, it is thursday, june 2. i'm ainsley earhardt. donald trump and hillary clinton exchange fire. watch. >> clinton who lies, i mean, she lies, do you remember that? i started that, she lies! she lies! >> donald trump himself is a fraud. >> holy smokes! and it got more intense from


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