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hi, friends. good morning. sunday the 19th of june, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is "fox and friends weekend." cops sent running for their lives during a funeral. for the orlando terror victims after an impatient driver passes through the procession. then democrats put their push for gun control into overdrive ahead of a vote to ban more guns this week. the nra though is fighting it. >> let me say something to every political hack pretending you know an ar-15 from the double barrelled gun -- stop talking. >> do they know an ar-15 from a
double barrel shot gun? we'll find out later in the show. why have kids if you can't torture them if their sleep? the father's day game is taking the internet by storm. i love this. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ oh, i think i'll go outside for a while. good morning. happy father's day. stretch and wake up. we'll be sharing your photos all morning long of dad. treating him right today, breakfast in bed. >> what do dads want on this morning? just to sleep in? right? >> those of us working on father's day feel that way. >> right. >> i should have gone in to stack cheerios faces.
>> coming in later. welcome back. you have been on vacation. >> thank you. good to be back on father's day. >> we want everybody at home -- we want to know what makes life better with dad. angela said my father's best advice is the advice i give my three teenage daughters -- nothing good ever happens after midnight. >> that's true. joe pictured here, golfing with his dad who told him to find the positive in every life experience. angie writes my dad has never bought a lottery ticket. he says money not earned is not good money. angie, you're really smart. i couldn't agree more. what's the best advice your father ever gave you? share it along with your pictures. we'll be showing them all morning live. >> my dad said there's no such thing as short cuts in life. try to go around things. go for it, stick with it, in a straight line. can't go for it in the short cuts.
>> it will come back and bite you in the bum. >> we start with an extreme weather alert, dangerous heat wave. more nan 40 million people are at risk. >> that extreme heat could be life threatening officials say. they're warning people to stay hydrated and inside if they can. >> rick is here with the forecast on all of this and more. hey, rick. >> good morning, guys. incredible heat across the southwest this weekend. in fact, potentially breaking all-time heat records. when you think of how hot it gets in phoenix that says a lot. here's what you're waking up to. let's see, it is 4:00 a.m. in phoenix and you're 88 degrees. you get a sense of that and today going up to incredibly high temperatures. precipitation wise not that bad. we'll see some more rain across parts of florida, severe storms across far northern areas of north dakota. but nothing that's all that bad precipitation wise. high pressure is moving in. phoenix, 120. 120. that's incredibly hot. 116 in tucson. 94 in flagstaff. all of those cities are
potentially going to be breaking all time records. the highest temp ever in phoenix was 122. i lived there at that time. that was a big deal. you think, hey, it gets across hot across the southwest. you're used to 108, 112, 120 is a different ballpark, it's a dangerous time. it cools down a bit midweek, but overall the pattern is going to keep temperatures well above average. 92 in fargo, 93 in kansas city. 91 in chicago. you get the idea it is really hot. the heat is the story really for probably the next couple of weeks. 101 in kansas city. and going to thursday and we're 100 in little rock. it's hot. summer is here. it officially starts tomorrow. but we'll get a jump start on it. >> summer solstice. >> that's it. >> we have a picture of your dad to share. >> there he is. a new york yankees fan. >> that is it.
that was taken yesterday up in colorado. they're up there camping right now. >> he got out of the arizona heat. >> he is camping right now. >> smart man. >> we'll be sharing more foe tors all morning long. let's get to your headlines. two florida sheriff deputies after a driver crashes into the funeral procession for a nightclub shooting victim. a woman got impatient and slammed into two motorcycles. the woman was given a ticket and released. well, despite already being the presumptive gop nominee, trump is taking swipes at his own rivals. he fired up the crowd at the phoenix rally, blasting the republican lawmakers that haven't endorsed him, who may be plotting against him. >> now you have a couple of guys that were badly defeated and they're trying to organize maybe like a little bit of a delegate revolt. jeb is one of the people that's working. and the other one should be obvious to you.
>> well, the one that should be obvious to you likely ted cruz, dozens of republican delegates are planning to block trump and many supported senator cruz. disturbing video of a disney employee fighting off an alligator just feet from a tourist at a popular water park ride. the video from 2009 shows the agitated alligator lurking in the water. alligators not an uncommon site near the ride where tourists sometimes feed them. just days ago, 2-year-old lane graves died after being dragged in that same lagoon by an alligator while he was wading in the shallow waters. hillary clinton becomes a grand mother again. chelsea clinton giving birth to her second child. she and her husband welcomed their baby boy named aidan at manhattan's lennox hospital.
she tweeted that they're overwhelmed with gratitude and love. meanwhile, bill and hillary clinton said in a joint statement they were overjoyed to be grandparents again, adding that chelsea and aidan are both doing well and are enjoying this very special time together. those are your headlines. well, a city is saying good-bye to family and friends coming together to lay -- to lay the victims of the orlando massacre to rest. >> this is all happening as we're getting brand-new details about the shooter omar mateen's very troubled past. >> peter doocy is live in orlando with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anna and there's a new survivor account that shed some new light on to the way omar mateen, the terrorist, was moving around pulse nightclub a little bit more than one week ago. feli feli felipe marrero said that he would lie among his victims so
the police couldn't see him. there are many stories and records chronicling mateen's very troubd past. they go all the way back to grade school and the alarming police take by his employer, gs 4 formerly known as whacken hunt, who received a psychological evaluation from a doctor who never saw him. the doctor said, quote, i know in september of 2007 i was not living or working in florida. i was not performing any work for whacken hunt an i did not -- and i did not administer an evaltdiation of mateen. last year, at the soccer game, at 49 minutes a moment of silence was observed. and then church bells rang downtown 49 times.
funerals here in orlando and elsewhere continue today. protesters from the westboro baptist church did show up, but they were kept far away from the services and out of view of mourners. they quickly left town. there are still 19 victims in the hospital. three of them right now in critical condition. back to you in new york. >> peter doocy, thanks a lot for that. all right, back in washington, democrats are full speed ahead on gun control. there's a vote in the senate on monday. the nra is fight back. loretta lynch the attorney general is on all five sunday shows this week. how many people have done that and she's expected to be pushing for gun control. the question is what exactly is she going to be pushing for? universal background checks, they want keep on the no fly list to stop getting weapons. let me say, there's no social science to suggest any of those measures would reduce killing. >> well, some of the critics are saying she's going on all five
sunday show, which is something not done very often, in an effort to take the eye off the ball of radical make terror and put the eye on the ball of the gun control. >> the president did it in the wake of this attack -- didn't talk about the gun control, but then he got fired up and talked about the assault weapons ban again. the ban that expired in 2004, this push to bring that back. there are four proposals that will be two from democrats, two from republicans. so two of these four senate proposals we should be specific would allow the government to prevent terror suspects from buying guns, expand the background checks to include online and gun show purchases. two appropriate koproposals tha individual from buying a gun and requiring the law enforcement agencies to be notified. >> here's the president this morning. watch this. >> being tough on terrorism, particularly the sorts of home
grown terrorism that we have seen now in orlando and san bernardino means making it harder for people who want to kill americans to get their hands on assault weapons that are capable of killing dozens of innocents as quickly as possible. >> and the nra says this isn't the answer, defending the second amendment and they said that the families have the right to protect themselves. >> we need to get these weapons of war off the streets. >> well, these are weapons of war. >> stop making it easy as possible for terrorists to buy assault weapons. >> let me say something to every political hack pretending you know an ar-15 from the double barrelled shotgun in the wake of the orlando terror attack. stop talking. every word not only exposes your ignorance, but your utter contempt for ordinary americans trying to survive in an age of terror you still won't fully recognize. >> here's a question that everybody pushing for the ludicrous measures.
what would have prevented orlando or san bernardino or paris or any of these things? they don't have an answer. this is is an attempt to control and disarm the population and they're using terror as a pretext to do it. and they should just admit that. >> well, their argument is that having what they call a weapon of war, assault weapon, would cause a lot more carnage than somebody walking in with a knife. on the other side of it, would the terrorists just use a bomb or find another way to kill as many people. >> he was on the list, but he wasn't on the list. well, a crock pot killed e the -- caused the killings at boston. you should never buy a crock pot at walmart. >> here's a theory we haven't heard until this week. watch. >> the thing about trump though is that he's a recruiter in chief. he is -- >> for isis. >> he is basically working with isis to kill us. they are working together. >> yes. >> just remember what i'm
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orlando. instead of focusing on the shooter or the terror group he pledged allegiance to, much of the media spent the week attacking guns, republicans and even florida officials. here to discuss the bias in media is d.c.'s michael graham. nice to see you. >> happy to be here. >> so this was an amazing story this week. i want you to drive into the first one, pam bondi the attorney general of florida goes on with anderson cooper to talk about the victims on television, talk about the websites that are popping up to try to take advantage of donations. she is focused on the victims and cooper does this. watch this. >> i talked to a lot of gay and lesbian people here yesterday who are not fans of yours and who said that they thought you were being a hypocrite. that you -- for years you have fought -- you basically have gone after gay people, said that in court that gay people simply by fight for marriage equality were trying to do harm to the people of florida. to induce public harm, i believe was the term you used in court. do you really think you're a champion of the gay community?
>> so she goes on there to talk about the victims and anderson cooper has an ax to grind? >> well, there's something bizarre about if you don't support redefining marriage or don't support how the supreme court did as opposed to letting the people vote that somehow the deaths of your fellow americans who happen to be gay doesn't matter to you. that is -- think about how twisted that is. i mean, imagine if there was a massacre at westboro baptist church where they hold the terrible signs up about gay people, do you think someone would look at cooper and said, you hate the gay people, why are you complaining about it? it's fellow human beings, that's enough to mourn. >> and a cbs producer is under investigation for this ar-15 stunt. >> we sent to the cbs news producer into a gun store outi'd is of washington, d.c. >> i would like to buy an ar-15. >> as for the rifle we legally purchased it was transferred to the firearms dealer and weapons
instructor in virginia following state law within hours of us purchasing the weapon. >> now, of course the store, michael, is accusing the cbs news of potentially committing a felony here by trying to boost their ratings. what do you make of this story? >> well, i mean, the legal issue are you committing a straw purchase technically violating the law? i love that attitude of, i went into the store with no criminal violations and passed the federal background checks. they sold me a gun. i mean, yeah, welcome to america. hello. you know, people like my lovely bride who's a nice jewish girl from the northeastern suburbs this might surprise her. i grew up in rural north carolina, of course i know they sell you guns. of course they sell them to you, what, you think they allow you to come in and pet them? this is a real problem, it's not guns or lgbt it's isis. and the media don't want to talk about this for all sorts of political reasons.
>> speak of spelling out things here is joy bay hair accusing trump of working with isis. >> he's a recruiter in chief. >> for isis. >> he is working withkill us. they are working together. >> if a conservative had said that, about hillary clinton, what would we be saying this morning? >> if a family member of mine had said that, we'd be adjusting his or her meds. that's what we would be saying. because it's so stupid. excuse me, 9/11, where was the trump recruiting? let me guess, joy behar thought the planes missed, we were aiming for trump tower. the whack job islamics have all sorts of reasons to hate us and there's the recruiting thing, i think one video referencing trump and it's inspired by all that talk it's nonsense. let's just talk about the problem. there's no easy solution. there are plenty of great debates to have. why have the insane
conversations? >> michael graham, thanks so much. coming up here on the show, hillary clinton says she's a champion for gay rights but what about the lgbt voters who say they're voting for donald trump? we'll have a debate on that coming up. i've been blind since birth. i go through periods where it's hard to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. learn about non-24 by calling 844-844-2424. or visit my24info.com.
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benjamin? a former bank executive calling for the u.s. to pull the $100 bill from circucirculation, bute sam said it would be too expensive to print smaller currencies to replace it. well, donald trump making his case as a protector of the gay community saying he can do a better job than hillary clinton on that issue. >> hillary takes all of this money into her crooked foundation, crooked hillary, from saudi arabia and from many other countries where they enslave women. as far as gays are concerned, okay, think of it. they throw gays off buildings, they kill them. so you tell me, who's better for the gay community and who's better for women than donald trump? believe me. >> hillary's response -- trump is no friend of gay voters and a recent gallup poll has clinton
with 54% of those who identify as gay versus 18% who back trump. who is right on this question? here to discuss is the president of the log cabin republicans and our friend ellen ratner. ellen, first to you, trump has a good point, doesn't he? on one hand, you have him, pretty liberal on gay questions. certainly for a republican, he's very liberal actually. then you have isis who is murdering people for being gay. the gay groups, organized ones, seem to dislike trump more than isis. what is that? >> well, i don't know that they dislike trump more than they dislike isis, but i will tell you this. first of all, donald trump did give an interview to the advocate, the gay publication in the year 2000. he talked about adding gay folks to the civil rights act. on the other hand, he goes after hillary clinton for accepting money from the saudis, et cetera. where it is a crime. however, he also has his trump
towers, or trump various things in places like jetta. both are not great on that issue. >> i have to say, gregory, i mean, taking money from saudi arabia and qatar, a bunch of countries where homosexuality is punishable by death would be disqualifying in the real world. >> yeah. the speech was historic because he became the first republican presumptive nominee for president to not only reference the lgbt community, but make a direct appeal to the lgbt community. that took political courage. he didn't need to make that speech on monday and he didn't need to address the lgbt community. the horrible terrorist attacks on the pulse nightclub were against the lgbt community,
donald trump confronted that fact and embraced the lgbt community. that took political courage. what -- it did not take political courage for hillary clinton to reference that. what would take political courage for her is to return the donations from the countries that not have a good record on human rights, including lgbt rights. >> ellen, there's a weird psychology on the left. so the president lets in a million people from those with medieval attitudes, but the human rights campaign, et cetera, act like it's conservative republicans who are the existential threat to gay people. like is that a misplaced emphasis? >> let's face it, donald trump did also said -- he said he would appoint judges who are against gay marriage. look, i don't think -- >> i don't think quite -- >> neither are great about it. >> we didn't have gay marriages in the law of the land until 20 minutes ago. to compare gay marriage to the belief you should murder gays
they're not even comparable. we can debate gay marriage -- >> no, they're not comparable. >> we can't debate whether gays should be murdered. that's off the charts, no? >> i do think that's off the chart but we're talking about an election and who should be the president of the united states and that is a much broader consideration including gay marriage. >> so gregory, do you think the attack in orlando last sunday will begin to awaken gay voters that actually this is a threat? this foreign ideology and this makes it a threat to us? >> it could and in addition to things like marriage and employment protections for lgbt individual, it's important to point out that the radical attacks in orlando by the radical islamist raised the idea of national security z an lgbt issue. i think this week you have members of the lgbt community who might not have considered national security as an lgbt issue who might not have considered second amendment
protections as an lgbt issue, looking at those issues. in addition to things like marriage. and in addition to things like nondiscrimination protections. >> i hope you're right. i think it's real threat to us. that was super interesting. thank you for coming on. coming up it's happening again an illegal alien now charged with a deadly crime. we'll give you the sad details on that. plus, legendary baseball announcer vin scully takes a swing at socialism. >> you talk about giving everybody something free and all of a sudden there's no food to eat and who do you think is the richest person in venezuela? the daughter of hugo chavez, hello. >> a truth bomb from vin scully from the announcer's booth. all the fallout from that. hmmmmmm.....
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happy father's day. and associate producer paige perry with her father ted. >> and donnie brother with his two children. >> adorable. >> segment producer kelsey with her dad. happy father's day. writer jordan early who puts the words in our mouth. her father's best friend and his daughters. >> segment producer jason stein with his dad dennis. >> segment producer lauren woodall with her dad george. beautiful savannah, georgia. >> thank you for raising such lovely children. >> do you know how hard -- i have never seen -- >> 24 hour operation. >> unbelievable. >> bringing us the amazing stories like this. >> yes. the adorable new trend going viral just in time for father's day. >> dads have been competing in the cheerio challenge. i think i'm really all for this. to stack as many cheerios as
they can on their sleeping babies before they topple over. the results -- priceless perfection and some fierce competition among dads. >> joining us now, the creator of the cheerio challenge, cofounder of life of dad, the blog, patrick quinn. patrick, great to see you. you have answered the question -- what's the point of having kids if you can't gently torture them for your own enjoyment. this is priceless, how did you think of it? >> you know, it stemmed from a little bit of boredom. i was hanging out holding my newborn son and my older son had left some cheerios on the couch next to me and i kind of popped one on my son's nose, it went from one to two, i and i built from there. eventually i got up to five and i thought it was a phenomenal feat, but it was not. it was beaten so handily almost immediately afterwards. it amused me so much. >> five was your record. then you posted this online.
who is like the cheerio champion at this hour? >> we have a bunch of people that had 16 of them stacked up. >> whoa. >> i think the most -- the tallest i saw that looked legitimate was 20. we had other things that were definitely -- there must have been a string down the middle or something like that. but that -- there were stacks of 36, things like that. >> oh, yeah. >> i think 16 to 20 seems to be the really the pinnacle of stacking cheerios on your children. >> is it just cheerios or can you do fruit loops or cookie crisp or even pancakes? >> somebody did stack pancakes. people really got creative with it and started to stack -- pretty much anything they had. one little girl had cans stacked on her head. somebody stacked a dozen doughnuts on their sleeping daughter's head. >> incredible. this is baby jinga.
these kids wake you know in themiddle of the night so this is a gentle way to get back at them. >> could be. they may look back and wonder what the heck we were doing. >> daddy drinks because you cry. >> then it would be 1 for 1. >> yeah. have you had anybody on social media say oh, this is badparent you're exploiting your children or -- >> of course. >> this is the internet. >> of course. yeah. we have a pretty big audience so we have people from all walks of life and we have gotten a few people wondering about the safety, what if it falls in their mouth and they choke? that kind of stuff. but for the most part i would say it's 99% overwhelmingly positive where people are just completely amused by it and they want to get in on the action and try to beat the 16 or 20 stack.
>> what about the gluten intolerant children? have you thought about that? >> have you thought of them? >> patrick, thank you. >> you're an innovator and a genius and i'm proud to be a fellow american with you. >> maybe the kids can do this to dad for father's day. get those pictures. >> yeah. no kidding. they're getting too much sleep. 39 minutes after the hour. we are learning this morning that an illegal immigrant charged with murder had a string of prior arrests but was never deported. johnny sanchez is accused of killing five homeless people in downtown los angeles last week. sanchez who is a citizen of honduras was arrested in 2012 for illegally crossing the border but he was released because he had no criminal history at the time. he was then arrested two more times for domestic violence and drug possession but was quickly released. and president obama leading by example in the fight against climate change while celebrating the 100th anniversary of our national parks. >> biggest challenge we're going to face in protecting this place
and places like it is climate change. make no mistake, climate change is no longer just a threat. it's already a reality. >> well, moments earlier the president landed his massive not very eco friendly marine one helicopter in the middle of yosemite national park. expect him to ride in on a horse back? >> like roosevelt. vin scully taking a break from play calling to destroy bernie sanders and socialism with this on-air rant. >> socialism, failing to work as it always does. this time in venezuela. you talk about giving everybody something free and all of a sudden, there's no food to eat and who do you think is the richest person in venezuela? the daughter of hugo chavez, hello. anyway, 0 and 2. >> wow.
well, that was in the middle of the dodgers/brewers game on friday night. and a heart warming soldiers surprise just in time for father's day. >> what? no hug? >> daddy! >> army sergeant first class leaving his 6 and 7-year-old sons stunned during an assembly at their arlington, virginia, elementary school. their dad wrapped up a seven month tour in kuwait. all right. rick reichmuth is standing by with heat advisories. what's the record, 120? >> about that, 122 is the highest temperature in phoenix, not today, but ever. today right around 120. tomorrow another hot day. so there's areas around that are going to break some records. look at the map, show you what i'm talking about. the hottest temperatures are settled across southwestern arizona.
really all of arizona. but the highest temperatures in southwestern arizona right along the colorado river. 117 today. palm springs, 117. you get the idea in the next number of days are going to remain very hot. obviously it's summer, but those kind of temperatures even high for there. today across the north east, look at that. tons of sunshine. humidity not that bad. and temps feeling like summer. the beach, it's really rough and a lot of rip currents so be careful. scattered showers across texas throughout the afternoon as well. back to you. >> who is that walking around behind you back there? >> what? >> the frog mascot -- >> did you see? >> no, i missed it. >> we suspect it was janice dean in a frog outfit. >> that's okay. >> oh, i love this show. >> this show is the best. coming up vladimir putin weighing in on the presidential election. what he just said about donald trump. and just in time for father's day, one dad delivered
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good morning my friends. 14 minutes before the top of the hour. if you remember a year ago, tragedy struck the heart of charleston, south carolina. when a gunman walked into mother emanuel ame church during a bible study and killed nine people. soon after the community was united in sorrow and prayer, but how is the city recovering? we have the co-authors of "we
are charleston." thank you for joining us on "fox & friends." >> thank you for having us. >> tell us how the church is doing a year later and the overwhelming supporter of -- support of the community on this one-year anniversary? >> well, there's events every day that the church and the city are holding for the congregation and the community and the church has a new minister, reverend clark, who's really making an overt effort to focus on healing and i think it's been a very difficult year, obviously. it will never be the same at the church. not only is there dealing with the congregation and ministering to them, but it's really become a sort of shrine. and dealing with all of that attention as well. >> and professor powers, you know, when this crime happened
and this young, white man came in and he killed nine people because of the color of their skin was the reasoning, and then the church came forward and they said, we'll offer forgiveness. we're not going to hold harsh feelings. a lot of people couldn't understand. people of faith were going, how can you just forgive so easily? you say it goes back to the history of that church along with their faith. what is the history of that church? >> well, sure. well, that congregation really dates all the way back to the beginning of the 19th century when the ame church was established. the denomination was founded by richard allen, a man who had -- he was born as a slave but managed to purchase his freedom. but he was even after having become free, he was accused of still being a slave. and his white accuser was found to be lying and was jailed.
richard allen though intervened and had the man released early. in other words, he forgave him. and so forgiveness is really deeply embedded in the traditions of the church. of course, we would expect anyone who professes to be a christian to emulate the teachings of jesus christ. so forgiveness is a crucial element of experience of christianity and african methodism in particular. but it's a complicated phenomena in the sense that one could maintain animosity toward one's oppressors, but that would only harm the individual who had been hurt. >> exactly. professor, i think it shows how quickly they were able to do. bernard powers and marjorie went
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well, hey, everybody, one texas man gets an early father's day gift this year and he even delivered it all by himself on the side of the road no thank to his iphone. >> i'm like he's crowning. he starts calling john somebody, on my phone. that's not what i mane. >> that's when bo stepped up and delivered his son right then and there. >> i have my phone with. so i can help you deliver the baby. >> okay, i've already delivered him. he's already here. >> kristen andbo joins us now with their incredible story. >> good morning, everyone. >> 1:00 in the morning, your wife wakes you up, i'm going to labor. you are in the car and you attempt to call 911 because a baby is coming out right now.
siri wasn't calling 911. who was it calling? >> it was calling johnny's rb. >> it couldn't hear between me screaming and him speaking clear, she didn't know what he was saying. >> so john wasn't able to help? >> no. he threw the phone on the floorboard and realized his own phone was in between his legs. >> are you always this calm and cheerful? i'm impressed. >> thanks. i try to be. >> what was this like for you? you obviously watched your wife go through labor before but i imagine you've never delivered a baby before, to do it on the side of the road, what's going through your mind? >> you know, it became one of those things where you did what you had to do. she needed me, and i rushed her to her side, and i can't tell you how amazing it was delivering him and bringing him into the world. i mean, i think every father should do it, honestly. >> caitlyn, you were also timing these contractions, right, you
were a part of this whole process, am i right, caitlyn? >> yes. >> you were timing the contractions on your phone. kristen, you were more worried about getting your car messy, is that right? >> yes, yes. as soon as he came out and he was breathing -- well, my water broke and i was like oh, my gosh, my car. he was like it's going to be okay. and the emt came and he's breathing. i said oh, my gosh my car is ruined. our emt said it's okay, i'll help you clean it. it was just so funny. >> after going through all that, i don't think you are on cleaning duty for sure. >> no. >> just as long as you are healthy and the babyhealthy. >> we're trying to get it cleaned. we're going to follow through with our insurance since it's not coming out. >> we hope you have many more children. you are obviously great at it. >> happy fathers day. democrats say fewer guns will help prevent the next terror attack. this former marine now
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good morning, my friends. it is sunday the 19th of june, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is "fox & friends" weekend. it is a fox news alert. cops running for their lives during a funeral for one of the orlando terror victims after a driver crashes through the procession. and a vote to ban more guns this weekend -- week. the nra fighting back. >> let me say something. stop talking. >> well, one of those democrats is a decorated former marine and he's here to respond in just moments.
and disney putting up a fence around the la goo are where an alley gator killed a little boy. it looks like they need a new fence. we're here to talk about that. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> happy father's day everyone. power tools. steak. >> we'll show you all this. from dell monday i -- the delmonico. >> the american idealism. >> giant tomahawk steak. what makes life better with your
father? here's what you've been sharing. >> erin right this, so thankful that our dad taught us the importance of love, god, family, and country. >> barbara wright's the best advice -- mike shares his dad's advice, give it time, a little time will tell. what's the best advice your dad ever gave you? share it with us with the #better with dad. we'll be sharing them all morning long. >> i've been thinking about some of my advice to my kids. make sure you charge your gadgets at night. >> isn't it don't charge your devices at night because it overcharges the battery and it damages it? >> i'm already setting them up for failure. >> take a look at the weather
map. a lot going on mostly heat and i tell you what it's going to be really hot today for so many dads, people trying to be outside. you are warm already really for much of the country and it's humid across the central plains. florida, we have showers throughout the afternoon. we've been pretty soggy. scattered showers across parts of texas as well and severe storms in areas of minnesota and wisconsin. but the really big story has been the last few days and will be for the next number of days very warm temperatures and take a look at this across the southwest. 120 today in phoenix. 93 in flagstaff scprks those are pushing all-time records, not just for the date but the all-time hottest and when you live in places that are really hot already, when you get to the all-time hottest, it is not fun. today is probably the hottest day in phoenix, tomorrow a little bit cooler and then we cool down to the mid 1-teens for the next number of days as well. here's the rest of the country. very hot the rest of the country as well.
92 in fargo, 91 in chicago. we warm up across the central plains. kansas city, 101. >>. [ croaking ] >> where's freddie the frog-caster? >> other stories making headlines. fox news alert, two florida sheriffs deputies in the hospital this morning after a driver crashes into the funeral procession for one of the nightclub shooting victims. police say the woman got impatient and decided to cut through an intersection slamming into two motorcycle. those deputies are expected to be okay. the woman was given a ticket and released. despite already being the presumptive gop nominee donald trump is still taking swipes at some of his old rivals. he fired up the crowd at his phoenix rally blasting the republican lawmakers who have not endorsed him and who may
even be plotting against him. >> now you have a couple of guys that were badly defeated and they are trying to organize maybe like labor of a delegate revolt. jeb is one of the people that's working and the other one should be obvious to you. >> well, the one that should be obvious to you according to trump is likely ted cruz. dozens of republican convention delegates are reportedly trying to find a way to block trump from the party's summer meetings. disturbing video just surfacing of a disney employee fighting off an alligator just feet from tourists, the video is from 2009. it shows an agitated alligatora. it's not an uncommon sight near the ride. just days ago, two-year-old lane graves died being dragged in that same lagoon .
and seth myers taking a direct shot at donald trump during his commencement speech at northwestern. >> my favorite inspirational quote came from donald trump. [ laughter ] >> who said to the graduates of trump university. [ laughter ] >> if you want your money back, you are going to have to sue me. you losers. i encourage you to do the most you can, while remembering the least you can do is vote. so vote. this election -- >> last week, myers joked he banned trump from appearing on his late night show. trump responded by saying he only appears on shows with good ratings and has declined many times. those are your news headlines. the city is saying good-bye, families and friends coming together to lay the victims of the orlando massacre to rest. >> this as we're learning
brand-new details about shooter omar mateen's trouble past. >> peter doocy with the latest. >> reporter: omar mateen needed to pass a psychological evaluation to carry a gun in his job as a security guard but as it turns out the doctor listed on paperwork has giving him the okay never met him. the security company g 4 s was once known as whack and hunt and dr. carol noodleman is quoted by the miami herald saying i know in september of 2007 i was not working and living in florida, i was not performing any work for what kind and hunt, and i did not administer any type of examination to omar mateen. 2:02 this morning exactly one week after shots were fired at pulse, church bells rang 49 times. major league soccer team last
night, players for orlando city and san jose stopped play in the 49th minute for moment of silence and they left 49 seats in the stands empty. doctors from orlando regional medical center were honored on field before the game started and their hospital is still treating 19 victims. one patient is quoted as saying he remembers omar mateen laying amongst his victims last week so the police could not see him. there was a new abc report saying his father and wife have been added to the no-fly list as investigators try to figure out if anybody helped the terrorist on his way here to pulse. back to you. >> thanks, peter. well, he fought for his country carrying a rooil and he's fighting to care those rifles off those streets. he wrote an op ed calling for
the ban on assault rifles. he said i carry guns every day in iraq, guns used very similar to the ones used to perpetrate the orlando murders. there's no reason for a civilian to own a military style assault weapon. here to tell us about his stance is the author of that op ed is a former marine and congressman. >> you are quoted as no civilian owns that gun. no civilian doesn't own that gun. but the civilian version of it is ar-15 is common. there are 9 million in circulation. why should i not be allowed to use an ar 15 to protect my family? >> actually, the particular m 4 pictured was a semiautomatic weapon but the reality is that we have reasonable restrictions
on all amendments to the constitution, including the second amendment. i carried grenades in iraq too. i feel safe with grenades. i feel like i could carry one safely in our community but we as our country have decided that's not safe and nine out of ten americans agree with me that we ought to have reasonable restrictions. >> before we get to poll numbers, i want to steer you back to my question is why shouldn't i, specifically, me, have the right to protect my family with an ar-15? tell me why i shouldn't have that right. >> the reason is that we have reasonable restrictions to prevent casualties like you saw in orlando. the reason why we don't allow land mines, you could say why couldn't i have a land mine to protect my family, why shouldn't i have grenades to protect my family. >> that's not what i'm saying. there are 9 million of these rifles in circulation. we haven't had a ban on them in 12 years and the crime rate hasn't gone up in that time. i do protect my family with that
gun and i'm asking you why -- >> the number of mass shootings has gone up in that time. the great example is australia had a terrible mass shooting two decades ago. they cracked down on guns and there hasn't been a mass shooting since. what we need to do is keep weapons of war out of the hands of potential terrorists and that's what i'm talking about, and a lot of republicans agree with me. i'm talking with republicans. i'm working with republicans on the hill to talk to -- to figure out a way that we can have reasonable restrictions. i'm not talking about taking away the second amendment. >> but you are talking about taking away the means i used to protect my family and you also haven't explained why my possession of that gun is a threat to you or anyone else. why don't you describe since you are a lawmakers, in specific terms, a law that would have prevented orlando and san bernardino have happening? >> a law that would have prevented it was that crazy man
couldn't have gone to a gun shop and lawfully purchased a weapon of war and enabled him to take 49 lives. >> he passed two security background checks. >> nine out of ten americans think we should have have -- [ both people speaking at the same time ] >> i'm asking you a very specific policy question. i'm asking you as the man writing the laws. >> i'm talking about the american people think. my job is to represent the american people. right after the shooting, i tweeted like every other lawmaker, i tweeted out my thoughts and prayers. people tweeted back at me, thoughts and prayers aren't enough. we need to take action. that's what i'm trying to do
with my republican colleagues. >> there's no evidence at all that what you are proposing would have prevented the attacks that occurred and any other attacks. >> tucker, how can you say that? he went into a gun shop and he bought an assault rifle. >> but there are nine million of them in circulation. the overwhelming majority of those guns are not used in crimes but do you propose confiscating them? what are you going to do about the nine million of them that are already here? >> actually what we've seen in america today is that states that have tougher gun laws. >> like california, which had the san bernardino murders. >> state by state, states with tougher gun laws has lesser gun violence. there is a correlation. we're not going to stop everything. >> that's not true. >> we ought to make sure that terrorists don't get guns. all we're talking about tucker -- >> i would ask you to please
check your number in that. the opposite is true. chicago has more murders than montana does. >> nine out of ten americans agree with me. >> congressman i'm being told we have to go. thanks for joining us. >> thanks very much, tucker. >> i appreciate it. before i had the shooting, burning of diabetic nerve pain, these feet were the first in my family to graduate from college and trained as a nurse. but i couldn't bear
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and a tmz shows one by a raft that takes guests to another location. first of all, these guests, you were at disney recently, you were with your kids. you wandered off the beaten path at one to and you saw five gators. >> it is. it's florida. the park itself is surrounded by thousands of acres of pristine has bebita habitat. gators come in and out. they have lived here for millions of years. trying to keep a gator out of disney world, it's like keeping flees -- fleas off of a dog. >> there's a canal that runs up into magic kingdom where we were showing some of that other video. so are park guests in danger? smud there be -- should they be
erecting large fences there? are park guests are in danger? >> i don't think anyone is in immediate danger at disney world regarding alligators. these are very rare events. they primarily target small mammals, birds, fish, turtles, things like that. a lot of gators that we're seeing are small animals. when they discover a large potentially dangerous animal it's removed almost immediately. >> and as you point out, more people are killed by choking on the turkey legs that they can eat at disney world than they are going to be attack by a gator, right? >> well, you know, here's the thing, you can't live your life in fear. you have to be reasonable as you move forward. clearly, if you are in the wilderness exploring florida, chances are if there's a body of fresh water there may have been a gator in there at some point. you have to be reasonably
cautious but you don't have to stop living because of the fact that there are alley gators in florida. it's very remote. more people are kill in plane crashes and car crashes than kill by alley gators. in the entire country, in the entire state of florida, in the past seven years, just two dozen people have had a serious altercation with an alligator so it's very rare. >> these people are feeding these animals. big problem? >> absolutely. you feed a gator, you basically eliminate its natural fear of human beings. this goes with bears, mountain lions, a fed wild animal is an unnatural opportunity to promote a dangerous opportunity. >> jeff corps win. did oj simpson just come kreen on -- clean on nicole brown's murder? a stunning claim by his former
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chad successfully donated one of his kidneys to steve. joining me now after one month of recovery later, they are joining me now. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. thank you. >> steve, how are you feeling? >> i feel absolutely fantastic. it's a whole new life for me. >> well, i understand after battling with lupus, you only had about 6% that was really working and you needed some help. chad, what made you come forward and say i'm going to give you one of my kidneys? >> you know, it was really interesting. as you alluded to, we hadn't spoken in 20 years since high school, through social media, we had reconnected and i read steve's story and it was one of those things where when i read that he was in need, there wasn't even a question that i could help, and it's kind of -- it's weird to say, but from the
moment that i read of his need, and understanding, you know, he's got four little children under the age of seven, it really spoke pretty near and dear to my heart and it just so happens that's how it shook out. >> amazing. and you hadn't even spoken with each other in decades. steve, how has lupus affected your life? >> lupus has -- i mean, it's really impacted my kidneys. it's made me a bit more sick. i had perry carditis when i first got sick with it. it kind of prevented me from being able to be healthy overall. >> yeah. >> really, my kidneys. >> it could have gotten worse. how does this feel? are you just overwhelmed that your buddy from 20 years ago, that you used to pal around with on the football field came forward and basically save your life in a lot of ways? >> i'm extremely overwhelmed by
that. when they called me and told me that chad was the donor, i protect down in tears. i couldn't imagine the sacrifice that he was making in saving my life, but i mean he's changing the lives of my family and my friends and my colleagues. >> unbelievable. chad, what was your relationship like when you were on the football field decades ago? >> you know, we were teammates. i certainly knew steve, but we ran in different circles. he's a year younger than me, and in school that can be quite a bit, especially in high school, so i knew of steve. he and my sister are the same age. always thought really highly of him but beyond that, short of being teammates that was about it. >> and i can't even believe it. not even a family member. haven't spoken in decades and you weren't even best friends. how were you feeling? what was the process like for you? >> i feel like a million bucks. the process was awesome. when steve first indicated that
he was in need and i reached out, he sent me some information and i got in contact with presbyterian st. luke's who is the hospital that did the transplant and they did an amazing job, there was an over the phone mental health screening and i came out for some testing and within a couple of days of testing i got a phone call that said hey, you are a great match for steve, is it something you want to move forward with and without hesitation, the answer is yes. >> i'm absolutely blown away. i'm sure our viewers are. your health is your wealth. great thing you were able to do with your buddy. thank you for joining us. are republicans working secretly behind the scenes to steal the nomination from donald trump and would that really work? this morning, mr. donald trump responds in true trump fashion. then, it's time to fire up the grill for fathers day. rick has got his already.
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>> you were wearing sunglasses. >> dad, are you there? >> i am. good morning, anna bee. >> tucker, clayton, good to hear you guys. >> dad, how about we describe what was going on in that picture and what we did for our first dance? >> oh, it was so funny, you had a great idea about doing this and what we did we started out the father-daughter dance first dance on the floor that night right after your wedding and we started out dancing very slow, you know, romantic like fathers and daughters do. >> to rod stewart. have i told you lately that i love you and all of a sudden -- well, you actually had a couple of your radio friends, becky charlotte produced this thing, they broke it into back man turner overdrive taking care of business. one of the greatest in my opinion.
>> when i was growing up, what would you do with the windows in your car as we're cruising down with the sunglasses and playing music? >> oh, well we roll all the windows down or put the top down in the car, and we spin in our fingers in the air like a cyclone or tornado kind of. >> that's my dad's signature move. >> singing at the top of our lungs. >> that move never gets hold. hundred years from now somebody will still be doing that. good for you. >> i'm thankful for that. old dogs sometimes have a hard time learning new tricks. >> you don't need to. you got it. >> how sore were your knees the next day, dad? >> really, not too bad, and i was in zero pain that night while we were dancing that's for sure. >> how are you going to be spending the fathers day, wally? >> we're in middle america, my father and my -- my mother, and her sister have gotten together for a little visit here in iowa,
and eight of us, 17 cousins surprised them yesterday by walking in on them. >> it was fantastic. >> it was so much fun. i'm in middle america. i'm in a different time zone than you guys are this morning. >> eat some corn for us, dad. i love you. happy fathers day. hope to see you soon. >> i love you too. thank you very much. bye! >> we're going to tell you some stories making headlines on your sunday morning. immigration officials arresting 331 illegal a lee yens. many of the people arrested will be dportd and others will face an immigration judge. they span across illinois, wisconsin, inin, kansas, and missouri. >> california under a state of
emergency as the so-called sherpa fire destroys more than 78 oork acres. and central new mexico the national guard is helping secure communities affected by the doghead fire which has destroyed two dozen homes. arizona, firefighters there say they have secured containment lines from a fire that that's burned 17 miles. oj simpson killed his ex-wife, that's simpson's former agent mike gilbert's story and he's sticking to it. in espn's oj's made in america, gilbert doubles down on simpson confessed to killing nicole brown and ron goldman. the two were cringing -- drinking beers after the trial. if she did not answer the door with a knife, she would still be
alive. things get a little scaly at a colorado courthouse. when a man sends his bag through with an ig juan in a. he was trying to meet up with friends inside. he was turned away because only service animals are allowed to be inside. >> maybe he should have made the case for an iguana being a service animal. >> no, he can't. grilling up. >> here's with barbecue tips. welcome, chef. good to see you. >> you go to delmonico's in new york. >> one. best. >> we're breaking down a burger here. >> we're going to do a surf and turf burger.
best of both worlds. beef, shimp patties. we're going to assemble it. we're starting with the hamburger patty. i'm going to do the patty and you do everything else. >> what's the key to getting the meat right. >> you want a nice, hot grill. i think we'll put -- >> the surf not go on this. >> it's gonna. >> getting rid of the onion to i can spare clayton. >> the shimp burger, it's all shrimp, cilantro, peppers, chives. salt and pepper only. >> room temperature. hot grill. we're going to put this asian coleslaw on this burger. >> this is like a light lunch. >> this is a light lunch at
delmonicos. >> they say breakfast should be your biggest meal of the day, clayton. >> this is breakfast. >> we're going to finish this and you also are doing some steaks. >> definitely doing some steaks. >> by the way, the bun was toasted perfectly. did you do that on the grill as well/>>we did it on the grill. melted butter gets the bun crispy. it helps to is doesn't fall apart. we're talking about the steak earlier. you guys are known for your steaks? >> we are known for our steaks. this is a tomahawk, a prime u.s.d. a. steak. take your meat out of the refrigerator about an hour before you are ready to grill. you don't want to take it straight out from the refrigerator. a hot, clean grill, that's a
good start. >> people want to stand out there with their beer and think we're doing something and i'm going to keep flipping this steak over and over again. >> no, you want to get it nice char on one side and flip it to the other side. you you don't want to play with it too much and never poke with a pork. flip it one side, and steak like this side, you have to go to the oven. if you have a steak this big and putting it on the grill, get it nice and carmelized and a lot of color. let it cook slowly. >> you have a pork tomahawk as well. >> this is from the same pork we use for our bacon. really good stuff. what we did with this, we did a
spiced apple marinade. >> we're so happy you are here. thank you so much. >> when you are here, rick eats good. >> go to delmonicos. blame the orlando attack on islamic terror? no. one professor says isis is merely a distraction. it's really the christians, those dangerous christians and the republicans, they did it. plus, is your father a handy man? we've got the power tools for your dad coming up. ♪ ♪
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hello, top of the morning to you. quarter till the top of the hour, quick headlines, caught on camera edition. wildlife officials wrangling a 7-foot alligator after it was spotted off the tibey island in georgia. crews were wrestling the alligator tying its mouth shut after dozens of beachgoers watch. knock knock, who is there? knock, knock. >> who is there? >> a giant lizard. >> on his man home -- >> you were supposed to be giant lizard who. >> a giant lizard was an unwelcome visitor trying to get in this man's house in thailand. a giant monitor lizard that is
as tall as an adult human standing on its legs. the lizard used its mouth to try to turn the doorknob. >> that's completely upsetting. >> cat joins us this morning. there are insanity going on in the schools. college professors are blaming christians for the orlando terror attack. >> people are trying to blame anything except the radical islamic terrorism. what about people bombing abortion clinics? there's more people dying from selfies than have ever died in abortion clinics. >> the question is home grown terrorism. >> right. >> guy trouble obviously, had all kinds of issues, suddenly aligns himself with isis, which they encourage you to do? it's not like you have to go
through some vetting process. how do you stop that? >> it's very hard. with the internet, they are going after these losers. radicalizing them and making them feel important. it was toxic masculinity, it was homophobia. being sexist is an isis thing. those are symptoms of the same underlying cause, not additional causes. we start off by at least talking about the problem and acknowledge thag it's specifically this problem without getting into this. >> what you don't understand is isis and islamism in general represents a threat to tolerance? why are liberals abetting it? >> people kind of follow.
we can't solve any problems unless we talk about it specifically and i'm so sick of seeing these think pieces blaming it on christians, white people, sexism, this is a bad guy. isis is bad. they are terrorists. that's kind of whole thing. >> from that to this, it is father's day after all. did you get your father anything for father's day? >> no, i'm going after this. >> you didn't get it yet. >> it's father's day today. >> i'm going shopping after this. >> can we send a camera with you to see what you buy? >> sure, sure. >> there's a gas station open down the street, so i think we're going to send a camera. >> i hope he's not watching. >> i've met your dad. he deserves a good present. >> the finest the gas station has to offer. >> great to see you this morning. next up, republicans are they working secretly behind the scenes to take the nomination from donald trump?
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the orlando terror attack. stop talking. >> and vince scully takes a swing. >> you talk about giving everybody something free and all of a sudden there's no food to eat. and who do you think is the richest person in venezuela? the daughter of hugo chavez. hello. >> "fox & friends," hour three, starts right now. ♪ for you, you, baby i'm not moving on ♪ i'll love you long after you're gone ♪ >> happy father's day, everyone, on this beautiful morning sunday morning in new york city. we have food plaza's out in the
city. what's your favorite food in the world. maryland blue crabs. >> love them. >> there's no better way to honor the men who sired us than with crabs. >> good to have you. >> thank you. >> joanne says her 92-year-old father, world war ii navy veteran taught each of his seven children the importance of being frugal. >> and this is jennifer. her father advised her to always keep trusting the lord. >> and lauren said my father said never swing a hammer sitting down, meaning always put everything into what you're doing. >> that's great.
>> send us your photos. >> all these nice pictures come up of happy people. i love it. >> and rick has a look at our father's day forecast. >> guys, what's behind you? >> behind us? it's a frog. >> this is good for janice. >> it's actually for a fro-yo. >> you need a fro-yo today. it's hot. here's what we're talking about areas of the south, down across phoenix today, 120 today, blithe, 119. over the next few days, tomorrow is going to be another hot day, although not quite as bad. then we cool down a little bit.
when i say cool down, we cool down into the 1 teens and it's going to stay that way for a good chunk of time unfortunately. across the east, sunny skies, rip currents around most of the coastal areas of the carolina, towards georgia. be very careful if you're taking dad out to the bench. nothing causing major problems. towards the northern plains, it's going to be hot and humid and there's that heat out across the west. unless you're in the pacific northwest, 70 in seattle. season send it back to you inside. >> two florida sheriffs deputies in hospital after a driver crashes into the funeral procession at the one of the nightclub funeral processions.
the woman got impatient and decided to cut through the procession. >> california under a state of emergency as the so-called sherpa fire destroys more than 7 7 7800 acres. and in mexico, the dog head fire continues and in arizona, a wildfire has burned nearly 19 square miles. boeing is waiting approval on an historic deal, producing boeing planes for iran. >> it's setting up to be an epic
finish to the nba finals. winner takes all. you want to take this? >> lebron james leaving the cleveland cavaliers in game seven, the cavs erasing the 3-1 deficit. there's been a ton of controversy around this nba finals. tipoff 8:00 tonight. don't miss it. huge game seven. >> getting ready for the conventions in that city. >> that's right. that could lead them right into that with a big victory there. they need it. >> family and friends coming together to lay the victims of the orlando massacre to rest. >> this as we learn details about shooter omar mateen's troubled past. good morning, peter. >> good morning, tucker and clayton. investigators have had one full week to investigate the pulse
nightclub terror attack and they really aren't giving us a ton of new was in day to day. a lot of details are coming from survivors, like one man who was shot several times and tells the tribune news services that he remembers seeing mateen laying among his dead and wounded victims so police couldn't see him. most records show his past was very troubled and some aren't even right, like the one that shows he passed a psych evaluation to carry a gun as a security guard. his company, called g4s says, i did not administer any type of examination for mateen.
at the major league soccer game in town last night, players for orlando city and san jose stopped playing in the 49th minute for a moment of silence. they also left 49 seats in the stands empty. doctors from orlando regional medical center were honored on field before the game started. they are treating 19 patients. there is a unique way that people in the community are trying to show solidarity with the victims. hundreds of people lined up downtown to get a special tattoo yesterday, a local at that time actual parlor was offering a commemorative design for $50 and they say they will donate all the proceeds from yesterday's event to charity. >> thanks to you. >> peter, we won't ask you whether you got one or not. >> there's been quite an outpouring for the victims. >> millions raised already.
>> democrats in the congress believe that the lesson of orlando is we need more gun control. there is a vote on this on monday on a bunch of different legislation, none of it expected to pass. today loretta lynch, your attorney general, is hitting all five network sunday shows. >> one of the reasons behind this according to some conservative critics because this is something that isn't done very often and some conservative critics are saying this is an effort from the white house directly to take the eye off the ball, radical islamic terror, and put the eye on gun control instead. >> the president didn't talk about gun control at first and then went full bore into it in his weekly radio address this week. watch. >> being touch on terrorism, particularly the sorts of home-grown terrorism we've seen in orlando and san bernardino means making it harder to kill
americans to get their hands on assault weapons to make it possible to kill dozens of innocent as quickly as possible. >> the nra says that's not the answer and saving americans have the right to defend their families. >> stop making it easy for terrorists to buy assault weapons. >> every word not on exposes your ignorance but your utter contempt for ordinary americans trying to survive in an age of terror you still won't fully recognize. >> it's so interesting on a couple levels. one, they want to ban so-called assault rifles, assault weapons. they'll never define what that means and when they define it,
they reveal their own ignorance. and second, they went answer the question why is disarming me a threat to america? i just asked that question to democratic member of congress, seth molten, a democrat from massachusetts, he refused to answer. why does disarming me, basically a law abiding person safer? it doesn't. >> the argument is if you were in the club you could fire back and there would have been a small are amount of carnage. the left is saying it omar mateen would have had a knife and not an assault rifle and the carnage would have been a lot left. however, if he's a terrorist on a mission, maybe he would have had a bomb and hurt more people. >> nobody thinks he would have had a gun. my question is why does disarming me, specifically me,
make this country better. why am i being punished for the action of this guy? >> he was not on a terror watch list. one of the professional proposa proposals from the republicans is if someone is on a watch list for five years, you are can't buy a gun. >> whoa, you have to prove something. >> so do you have money coming to you? you just might. the dna test through a
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only on america's best network. he may already be the presumptive gop nominee but donald trump is still taking swipes at some of his old rivals. >> he's now blasting republicans that haven't endorsed him and some may be plotting against him. >> as we've been reporting, there are still many republicans who do not want donald trump to represent them or the republican party.
we reported how a group of delegates is trying to stop trump by becoming the nominee by changing the rules at the convention to allow delegates to vote for whoever they wanted rather than trump. it was suggested jeb bush and ted cruz were the ones behind that effort. >> now you have a couple of guys that were badly defeated and they're trying to organize maybe like a little bit of a delegate revolt. jeb is one of the people that's working. the other one should be obvious to you. >> neither cruz nor bush has endorsed trump and the group of people behind the delegate say neither is involved. but donald trump is not happy about the lack of full support from many in the republican party. at his rally he tried to ease the concern that he's not
raising enough money for the johnson election by bragging he's raised more than $12 million in the last two days alone. >> and we're going to beat hillary. and it would be helpful if the republicans could help us a little bit, you know, just a little bit. while trump said it would be nice to have the party behind him, he points out he won the primary in record fashion without the primary support and says he can do it again in november if he has to. >> thanks, garrett. >> remember in february donald trump took on apple, he was fired up about it, that we need to have an apple boycott because and many refusing to give the keys to the kingdom to allow the feeb to unlock all of our ifiend phone and get into our encrypted
data. apple in a piece in political is withholding money they would usually give to the republican national convention. they're not going to do it this year. >> and they're not going to stroke a check to the republican party or give any technological support. however, facebook, google and microsoft have all said they will provide some sort of support. >> i think it's important to put the political caveat. it's often wrong. this is a product made by china possibly by slave labor and sold here. the gulf countries are anti-gay and anti-women, they don't have a problem with it because they
get rich off of it. >> i think this is a different argument. >> really? so the workers in china can express their political views without being imprisoned? >> well week can go down this whole rabbit hole. >> no, they can't because it's a communist country. >> what i'm saying is that first of all, we don't know in this politico piece because we don't know if they're going to give money to the democratic convention this time and apple has said no comment on this. >> if this is true, the irony. >> the other irony is donald trump is back to using his iphone. >> he said he was not going to use it not just because of the san bernardino terrorist because because they were made in china.
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what he's saying i don't think is mysterious or revolutionary in any way. he's saying there are certain things that make a sacramental valid. you have to go in the idea of, an intention of it being exclusive and secondly an intense of it being permanent. thirdly, there has to be an openness to raise a family, an openness to life. the pope is saying be compassionate and recognize that a lot of young people are getting into something that they have no idea is exclusive and open -- >> but to invalidate them, though. how do you know that? will there be a committee that looks at this and invalidates? >> it's not about invalidating something. the church had a tribunal to see
were all the elements present? it's not saying this is invalid, it's saying there was never valid in the first place. if you enter into a contract with someone who can't understand all the terms of the agreement, it looked good but that was never valid in the first place. >> let's take a look at statistics here in the united states. back in 1970 it was 2.9% of the population and just last year almost 10%. do we have a different feeling about marriage that it isn't something that necessarily has to be permanent and divorce is an easy way out sometimes? >> the pope was talking about a throw away culture. he wasn't being judgmental to those who get divorced, he was saying an opposite. he was saying so many people have a poor understanding of marriage that you can't blame
them when things go wrong. in the make-up room they were saying exactly, like swipe right, swipe left, there's always something better around the corner. when you have that mentality, it's not marriage. >> and he talks about young people. are they too immature? >> he's saying if there's no idea of exclusively and no idea of trying to form a family, you can't call it marriage. there might be real love and lots of other positive things but when you don't have an understanding of basic elements of marriage, of course it's not going to work. he's saying we need to renew the understandings of marriage. >> see, you should be pope.
i don't know how you can make us stand these things. >> coming up, vince skully takes a swing at socialism. listen. >> you talk about giving everybody something free to eat and all of a sudden there's no food to eat. and who do you think is the richerich est person in venezuela? the daughter of hugo chavez. hello. >> hello. the rest of the rant coming up. >> and next, going to times square to find a father's day present for your father. >> that will teach you to wait till the last minute. ♪ it's the final countdown." what if one piece of kale
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thank you very much. now we go to alexandria warren with her pretzel truck. >> there's obviously a food truck. they have something called the s-mobile where you can go out golf cart style. >> how do people found out about you guys? >> i'm with entrepreneur source. the philly pretzel factory is one of our brands there. >> amazing. greg reese, we're running down to you. you are with rita's and you are italian ice. >> and frozen custard. are you rita? on. >> this is italian ice made pressure daily, old fashioned frozen custard, we have geleti,
we have a mix of everything. just a great, great product. >> it's amazing you think in order to get a franchise you have to get a brick and mortar stores. >> great. thank you very much. three different opportunities here for franchises. we love it. thanks so much. >> turning to your news headlines at the moment, an illegal immigrant charged with murder had a string of fire arrests but was never reported. sanchez was arrested in 2012 for illegally crossing the border but was released because he had no criminal history at the time.
he was arrested two more times and was arrested and quickly released. >> a disturbing video of a disney employee fighting off an alligator just feet from a popular ride. this is at splash mountain in orlando. as jeff told us earlier, alligators are not an uncommon sight at the ride. >> i don't think anyone is in immediate danger regarding alligators. we're not on the menu for these creatures. you have to be reasonably cautious but you don't have to stop living because of the the. in the next hour, we'll talk to animal expert jack hannah live about these disturbing events. >> and taking a break from play
calling to destroy bernie and socialism with his on-errant. >> socialism failing to work as it always does. this time in venezuela. you talk about giving everybody something free and all of a sudden there's no food to eat. and who do you think is the rich e psh had. >> the throw to home came right in the middle of a dodgers/brewers game on friday night. and a heart warming soldiers surprise just in time for father's day. >> what? no hugs? >> daddy! >> no hug? they were stunned. the the army sergeant first class leaving his 6 and 7-year-old sons just flabbergasted. their dad just wrapped up a seven-month tour in kuwait. happy he's home. >> happy father's day.
we hope up probably got something for your father out there. today is father's day. earlier on the show, we had cat on the show and we accosted her. we said, hey, what did you get your father? she said nothing yet. >> she's a good person but she's forgetful, a little spacey. we sent her out to get a gift for her father. any luck? >> he doesn't spogs -- is there any dad stuff? >> lottery tickets are always a good idea. >> is that better than like chips? >> i would think so. >> sudafed, dad, are you sick? is a weird to give someone sudafed fora present? >> yeah. >> sometimes they need it. >> finally pregnant but i heard
that's not true so i wouldn't want to give any bad information. >> is american eagle open? >> like buy my dad jeans? i think dads like to buy their own jeans, right? like dad jeans. do you buy your dad jeans? >> no, he's going to get a gift card. >> how about you? >> shoes are a good idea? >> shoes. do you have any dad shoes? what do you have for dads? >> this is not going well. >> lotto tickets, my eternal love. is that a cop-out. ? >> next up is lol. >> she's going to go home and check her own pantry and wrap up a few cereal boxes.
>> our guy. >> up next, tragedy won't stop the press for going after republicans of course. >> again my question to you is, yes, isis terrorism can be to blame but can you spep spi responsibility are the florida attorney general pam bondi is here next to react. ♪ they had one thing in common, they were good in bed, saying faster, faster, the lights are turning red ♪
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know, gun laws here in florida? >> cnn's pamela brown asking florida governor rick scott if he is to blame for the orlando terror attack because of his state's gun policies. >> this is as the fbi continues to learn more about the shooter's family like what they knew and when. pam bondi joins us live from florida to respond. have you noticed media bias in the wake of the awful tragedy, the terror of last weekend? >> of course we saw it. we saw it with anderson cooper, the governor saw it. when you're on the ground in orlando all week long, here's what we're worried, about not politics, people. we're worried about the victim's family. sure, we're worried about fighting radical islam to protect our country, but what
we're worried about is the families, the human being, to help all of these people out there who need these services. >> and you had a reaction where he asked the dumbest question i've seen on television, because you and your party members votvoted the way you did, you are unfit to mourn these victims. >> we wanted to make sure the money was being directed where it should go. that was breaking news. he was going to be the first one to have that and i figured no one better than anderson cooper to get that message out there. i kept trying to redirect him but, again, he was out there, he was hurt. you always want to lash out at someone. i'm not saying he lashed out at
me. we doo bait in front of a hospital with people dying, i don't think he's a bad person i know he cares about these victims. but that day out there was to get the message out about, and i hope you can right now, to get the message out about where this money should go. we have millions of dollars from generous people around the country wanting to help our victims and the families. it's such a remarkable thing to oubt there and see unity. i've had 15 advocates out there nonstop since sunday. i tried to send some of them down because it's slowing down and they all refused to go home. >> there were 27 web sites that popped up to try to get money and you guys have within been be
been. >> go fund me has been working with us opinion in the wake of a tragedy, you're going to see squams. equality florida's web site, all of the money they receive minus the part with go fund me, there's no overhead from equali equality. i've been working with them on that. that money is going where it needs to go. it i could tell you countless stories of good people and a great governor who has not left that scene. >> and pam, pam's office, sleep lips nights down there working tirelessly. people, we appreciate you joining us this morning. thank you so much. >> thank you, thank you. >> this leaves the european.
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>> and coming up, learning to play pro football from the big daddy himself. tell us about the camp. >> i put it together with my brother-in-law jimmy, who all grew up in long island. now they're getting to meet and greet from their sunday stars. >> and all the talk about concussion these days. the equipment is key, right? >> the equipment but the teaching part of it is the kids have to learn how to run, tackle and here? >> well, right here, we've got my friend, coach, putting through the kids through bag drill here, where they run over
and they pay attention and they're trying not to fall over the bags, so it teaches coordination. and also they're supposed to hit the guy with the dummy over there. some of them's got it. that's why we educate them. >> if you need a dummy, i'm happy to volunteer. >> let's go, anna. >> so some of the celebrities -- all right -- >> can i get a ball? i need a ball, right? >> give anna a ball. >> can you do it in heels? you don't recommend heels? >> i don't recommend heels. here you go, anna. >> in heels no less. >> what kind of stars? >> we got carey wynn from the giants. we got shawn jones, super bowl champion, with the packers. my college roommate. we've got mohammad senu from the
falcons. we've got ray rice, ray lucas, all guys who are giving back, and the list grows every day. we have adam schecter who comes in. comes in and talks to everybody. >> what's the importance of having it be instruction like this? >> the instruction like this is letting kids learn from people that have done it, you know what i mean, that have been there. sometimes you may not have qualified people to advise kids on this kind of stuff, you know, playing the game. >> what's the big cake here for? >> the big cake, yes, this is from the becaakery, a gift from them to you, cannoli. so i would recommend trying that it it's great. >> some forks? >> big daddy, thank you so much, where youth meets experience. >> absolutely. >> coming up, howie kurtz on the
good morning, it's sunday, the 19th of june, 2016. this is fox and friends weekend. cops sent running for their lives during a funeral for the orlando terror victims after an impatient driver crashes through the procession. and democrats push for gun control. their push moves into overdrive ahead of a vote this week. on monday, the nra not going down without a fight. >> let me say something every political hack pretending you know in the wake of the orlando terror attack, stop talking. >> could they tell an ar-15 from a side by side? that's the question. we'll answer it comie ing up.
some dads have it harder than others. no one knows that better than the man who raised our very own tucker carlson. he'll join us live. can't wait for that. fox and friends hour four starts right now. ♪ i'm going to stand by you ♪ even if we're going through father's day. baltimore, maryland. blue steam crab. our friends from harbor house crab drove up from maryland today with their crab truck, cracking some crabs outside. he's waving to you. i'm going to be eating you in a little while. >> sorry, bad news. great father's day gift for you. happy father's day to you. tucker, we'll talk to your dad a
little earlier. >> seven children between us. holy smokes, that's a lot. i'm just trying to -- >> we'll talk about it at commercial break. >> so we asked you earlier in the show what makes your life better? your dad of course. pictures your dad. >> pictures of her dad phil. she says he told her never stop educating yourself. there's no limit to what you can do with knowledge. >> scott says advice he should have listened to when he was younger. christina writes her father always tells her to just shake it off. great. >> like taylor swift. >> not only great advice, but also look at the weather. >> yes, it's kind of a spectacular day across the country unless you don't like heat because it's really hot but it's mostly sunny. take a look, tell you what we're talking about. you see the heat across the
central plains? that's where it's also humid. it's going to feel like a lot heat. a lot higher than actual temperatures. we'll see more scattered showers across the day today. tex texas, some pop-up thunderstorms, nothing like we've seen recently so don't worry about that. 120 in phoenix. 122 is the all-time record that they've ever seen there. we remain warm. not as warm, but the heat is going to continue. the heat builds again across much of the country next week. that's the pattern. summer begins tomorrow. it's going to feel like it for pretty much everybody. guys. >> good news. 120, that's good. welcome, summer. hardly missed you. >> some other stories making headlines. fox news alert. two florida deputies in the hospital after a driver crashes into a funeral procession for one of the nightclub shooting victims. police say the woman got impatient and decided to cut into an intersection, slamming
into two motorcycles. the woman was given a ticket and released. today, a city is saying good-bye. families and friends coming together to lay more victims of the orlando massacre to rest. at 2:02 this exactly one week after the first shots were fired, church bells rang out 49 times, one for every victim of that terror attack. an orlando soccer team pausing last night's game 49 minutes in for a moment of silence. we're learning this morning of an illegal immigrant charged with murder had a string of prior arrests but was never deported. johnny sanchez is accused intentionally setting fire to an abandoned building, killing five homeless people in downtown los angeles last week. he is a citizen of honduras. and was arrested in 2012 for illegally crossing the border. he was arrested two more times for domestic violence and drug possession but was quickly released. chelsea clinton giving birth
to her second child. she and husband mark welcome their baby boy named aidan on saturday. chelsea tweeted saying the couple is, quote, overwhelmed with gratitude and love. meanwhile, bill and hillary clinton said in a joint statement they were overjoyed to be grandparents once again. adding that chelsea and aidan are both doing well and are enjoying this very special time together. and we wish them well. all right, it's sunday. tomorrow begins the democrats vote in the senate, or their push to vote on a bunch of different pieces of gun control legislation which they believe necessary in the wake of the orlando massacre. >> the president was kind of quiet about this in the first few days after the attack. didn't talk about gun control. was mostly focused on the victims in orlando. but that all changed as the week unfolded. here's the president in his saturday weekly radio address talking about the need for gun control. listen. >> being tough on terrorism, particularly the source of home grown terrorism that we've seen
now in orlando and san bernardino, means making it harder for people who want to kill americans to get their hands on assault weapons that are capable of killing dozens of innocents as quickly as possible. >> conservative critics are saying the president, the white house, directing loretta lynch to go on all five of the sunday morning shows, which is not something that happens very often in an effort to detract from the real threat. the nar says banning assault weapons is not the answer and americans should be able to protect their families. they've released this new video with a former navy s.e.a.l. as a spokesperson. >> we need to get these weapons of war off the streets. >> these are weapons of war. >> stop making it easy as possible for terrorists to biassault weapons. >> let me say something in the wake of the orlando terror attack. every word not only exposes your
ignorance but your utter contempt for ordinary americans trying to survive in an age of terror you still won't fully recognize. >> so we've been hearing since the terror attack it's not about islam. it's not about religion. here's my question. if mateen didn't represent all muslims, why does he represent all gun owners? why am i being punished for his actions? why does his massacre mean i no longer have the right to have an ar-15 to protect my family? why does disarming me make america safer? they can't answer that question. >> the only piece of this legislation, there's four pieces they're going to be voting on. one of them came from republican senators and that piece points to in the past five years you've been investigated by the fbi. not on a list. just investigated. then you would run into problems trying to buy a gun. >> if the government hasn't convicted you or proven you have done anything wrong, they can still punish you. why is it our rights gets erode when some foreigner comes and kills us? why should i suffer for the
lunacy of some islamic fanatic? >> he may have already been the presumptive nominee but donald trump still taking swipes at some of his old rivals. >> blasting lawmakers who haven't endorsed him yet, some of which may be plotting against him. >> they definitely are. live in d.c. with the latest on this story. >> donald trump is not feeling the love from many republican officials and he does not like that. we reported this week how there's a new effort under way to stop trump from becoming the party's nominee. from a group of delegates who want to change the rules at the national convention and allow delegates to vote for whoever they want on the first ballot rather than donald trump. at a rally in las vegas yesterday, the presumptive nominee initially dismissed those reports, calling them made up, but then went on to suggest a pair of his former rivals, jeb bush and ted cruz, were actually the ones behind that effort and plotting against him.
>> now you have a couple of guys that were badly defeated and they're trying to organize maybe like a little bit of a delicate result. jeb is the one person working. the other one should be obvious too. >> neither cruz nor bush has endorsed trump. the delegates actually involved in this new effort say neither of those former candidates are involved. but donald trump is clearly not happy about the lack of full support from many in the republican party and he said yesterday after raising more than $12 million for the party over the last couple of days it would be nice if there was a little more appreciation. >> and we're going to beat hillary. and it would be helpful if the republicans could help us a little bit, you know, okay. just a little bit. a lot can change over the next five months. but the trajectory is not look very favorable right now for donald trump. particularly after house speaker paul ryan said this week elected
republicans who do not want to support trump shouldn't be forced to do so if it's against their conscious. tucker, anna. >> working for the hillary complain, all right. turn about's fair game for apple. when trump called for a boycott because apple wouldn't create from scratch encryption keys that would let the fbi hack into american's cell phones. in a piece this morning from politico.com citing anonymous sources, they're saying apple in years past donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the republican national convention. they're not going to do it this year. they're not going to donate anything this year. >> their sources are telling politico that it's because of the controversial comments that donald trump has made towards minorities and women and immigrants. >> it just cracks me up. first of all, i'm not sure i believe anything in politico. it's a conservative website.
how hilarious apple is taking a moral stand against trump when of course its core business is in china which doesn't allow people to express their political views on pain of imprisonment or execution. who's doing business with the fascists now? >> you're going to withhold iphones from the chinese people? >> i'm not contesting their right. i'm just saying before they get on some high moral course and say it's immoral to be involved in anything donald trump does. what about the authoritarian rulers of china? what about saudi arabia that is for stoning gay people? like, really, you're doing business with them? >> apple, to be clear, hasn't -- they made no comment on this story. politico is citing anonymous sources. >> as always. >> would you be okay if apple was doing this and the sources were saying it was because donald trump had called for the boycott because the fbi couldn't get into the phone or because donald trump said your phones are -- many of them are made abroad and they should be made here? >> i think that's a great reason. apple said, he's attacked us,
we're not giving him any money. good for them. i think it's a principled reason. but then to say it's because of his comments about minorities and then do business with china and saudi arabia, no, that's not a good reason. >> china asked for the same so-called encryption tools. apple said no way, we're not giving you that either. >> google and microsoft said they will provide support for the gop. >> apple hasn't said anything about this. anonymous sources. >> everything in china is the government of china. >> okay. all right, we got to go. here is a theory we haven't heard until this week. >> the thing about trump though is the recruiter in chief. he is basically working with isis to kill us. they are working together. just remember what i'm saying. >> howie kurtz on the worst cases media bias this week. >> then we'll tell you how joy behar got her own tv show.
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>> i wanted to buy an ar-15. >> it was transferred to a federally licensed firearm deal and weapons instructor in virginia following state law. within hours of us purchasing the weapon. >> well, that kind of backfired, howie. what did you make of that? >> there's no question mainstream media are trying to put gun control high on the agenda. even donald trump talking about perhaps restricting people on the no fly list from buying guns. i don't have a fundamental problem with what cbs did. there's a long tradition of testing the laws and limits through that kind of reporting. >> but isn't -- the weird part here is the producer who bought the weapon had no criminal record and so it was entirely as far as i understand legal for her to do it. it would be like walking into a package store and bought a six pack of beer, but we're over 21. >> it didn't prove anything. i'm just talking about, you know, i guess you'd have to send a criminal in to make it
actually work. >> all right. i want to get your thoughts on this next piece of video. joy behar is accusing donald trump of working with isis in a round-about way. listen. >> the thing about trump though is he's the recruiter in chief. >> for isis? >> he is basically working with isis. >> yes. >> to kill us. they are working together. >> just remember what i'm saying. >> she's a comedian. she's just trying to be funny and laugh through the tears there or what was that? >> yes, joy behar's a comedian, but i'm sorry, working with isis, that's an ugly schmeer. those words go way too far. this whole sort of blame game, finger-pointi finger-pointing. this guy is the reason 49 people were killed in that nightclub. just makes me ill. >> you have a big interview with donald trump coming up. i want to hear what you plan. obviously he has dominated the media cycle since he announced his candidacy. >> it was a fascinating
conversation. he is not changing at all despite all the criticism of the way his campaign has gone the last three weeks. he says he doesn't regret the tone of anything he has said about orlando. that his critics are too p.c. he blames media hostility which he says has gotten far worse since he effectively clinched the nomination. at the same time, he says he's disappointed. i heard you talking about this earlier. with republican leaders, especially mitch mcconnell. he said he thought he had a good relationship with mcconnell. there's a lot here. trump kind of pushing back. has gone off the rails -- >> anything he's suggesting at all, learned anything in the past three weeks about the way the campaign's going? >> i asked him if he made any mistakes and he said no. he cited one poll where he was only two points down. he's not buying the idea he has failed to pivot to a more
presidential tone for the general election. he wasn't buying that. >> "media buzz" at 11:00 a.m., howie's interview with donald trump. we'll be watching. up next, the disney company putting up a fence around a lagoon where an alligator snatched a child. disturbing new video shows an employee wrangling another gator at a park packed with guests. cot problem with gators at disney be bigger than we think? and ticket master wanting to make up for misleading its users. do you have free tickets waiting for you in your account? you might. a lot out right now.
disney is adding signs and putting up a protective fence along the beach where a 2-year-old was killed by an alligator this week. >> video uploaded in 2009 surfaced showing a park employee fending off a gator at splash mountain at guests ride by. tmz released this video showing a gator on a raft that takes guests to that tom sawyer island in the magic kingdom. >> joining us now is jack hanna, director emeritus of the columbus zoo. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. >> happy father's day to you. you know, this is such a tragedy that happened last week. people were thinking this was something that came out a movie. it was so terrible. is disney doing enough and have they done enough in the past to make sure tourists are safe?
>> i want people to know this is a very difficult thing. i have kids and grandkids. i know what disney does. my heart goes out to everybody involved, the family, disney. this is just terrible. remember something, everyone, gators are afraid of people. let me explain what happened. what i think might have happened. the fact that i film gators all in the southeast for many years. crock dale crocodiles all over the world. they are afraid of people. however, if people are feeding gators, that's a no no. if it's breeding season. also if they're watching eggs or their babies just hatched. those are the three times gators aren't going to run from you. most of the time, most of the time, they're afraid of people. like pets in florida, they don't put them on leash, and many are lost down there. the florida game and fish, i've talked to them. i can tell you now, they do a job beyond comprehension for disney. disney calls any time there's a problem. yes, we've seen the video.
you have lakes surrounding disney. in the county. these animals can swim, walk on highways, i've seen gators on an asphalt road. the gators can outrun anybody. >> we have this idea it's a sanitized experience. we've built a massive theme park on a swamp in orlando and this is their territory, right? >> right, it's their territory. whether they were building anywhere else and there's lakes around them, they'll go across dry land as well. people are building subdivisions, they know there are gators there. that's what people are interested in. i live near a glacier, near glacier national park. when you enter, it says, beware of bears. i live about 40 mile also away, a little place on the lake there. two weeks ago, someone staying in one of the cabins there said, we've never seen a bear but now it's going up the steps.
i said, get in the house then. they said, we thought we'd film it. i thought it was a black lab. 20 minutes from glacier. the bear goes by. yes, signs are important. where would you put a sign every other 15 feet? i know for a fact -- i don't know this, but accord to what this news is, some of the guests were feeding the gators. i encourage anyone, whether you come to disney or any park anywhere, do not feed the animals. they relate back to food the person. they're not after the person. they relate it to food. >> an example you gave, it seems silly that somebody would say, oh, i thought i would film this bear rather than go inside my house. there are a lot people out there that might have the same inclination. disney, there are a lot of people that are not from florida. they don't know the threat from alligators. so is disney doing enough to take the big ones out and put the signs up and anything else that you can think, are they doing enough? have they done enough? >> i think they did everything they could. after 40 years of however long
they've been there. of all the people in the world, jack hanna columbus zoo, disney, any of the parks, to have something like this. game and fish. they call them all the time. they come in and do the best they can. right now, it's breeding season. these animal are also moving a lot. remember something, even the child -- i just keep dreaming about this. walk through the water and the feet are wiggling going through there. alligators can pick up vibrations up to 1 to 2 miles in the water. they can go up to a year without eating. it's a different stage of life for them. it's just a terrible accident, it really was. i don't know how to tell you what i feel about the family or the people at disney. last thing in the world walt disney would ever want to have happen. >> of course not. >> from columbus zoo this morning, thanks so much, jack. we appreciate you joining us, as always. >> thank you. >> all right, 28 minutes after the hour. bernie sanders is giving hillary a headache.
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happy father's day, everyone. good morning. >> happy father's day to you two, great fathers. >> thank you very much. >> you've been sharing them all morning long. this is associate producer jeff field with his brothers and dad scott at wrigley field. >> here's booker with her dad john. >> and this is baby ella and daddy pat on his very first father's day. >> happy father's day, pat. and here's producer stephanie with her father, will, at epcot food and wine festival. i like the food and wine festival. >> producer meg macdonald with her mop, sister and dad richard.
>> writer casey francisco with her father jim and his nhra race crews top alcohol funny car. that's pretty cool. this is anthony from our lighting department with his kids sal and mia. >> aw. >> and this is my father, dick carlson, from his days as a reporter a long time ago. >> and he's on the phone. good morning, mr. carlson. >> hey, pop. >> happy father's day. >> thank you. >> oh, my god, look at that photograph. >> a long time ago. it was a long time ago. >> my father was in journalism. my father was the most interesting funny truly independent thinker i'd ever met. i attempted to emulate her in many ways. >> that's nice of you to say that, tucker, thanks. >> how'd he do? >> he's done well, actually.
it's really nice to follow -- your dad by the way i thought was great from iowa and to follow all of these producers and writers, very nice. it's a hard-working crew that you three people have and i know something about tv production and they do a wonderful job. >> yes, it takes like 50 people to put this show on. >> unbelievable. >> 50 people to make you three look smart, amazing. >> i remember being little and my father's camera man and sound man would come over to the house. you were on some story and you brought us a tarantula. that was our brother -- >> we kept him for -- until he died. >> richard, tucker is one of the most thoughtful, kindest human beings i've ever met and i'm not just saying that because i'm on tv. i really mean that. he's always so thoughtful. goes out of his way to be kind. clearly he got that from you. >> he got it from me and from my wife. we really stressed good manners.
you know, shaking hands firmly, looking people in the eye. don't chew with your mouth open. no elbows on the table. but it wasn't the right salad fork stuff that was important. the best part of manners was treating everyone with respect and kindness. tucker does that all the time. >> was he a cheeky little i would boy at all, did he get into trouble? do you have any stories you can share? >> i probably have a lot, i have to say. there are many secrets -- my son was always straight forward but there are some things he never told us until he was old enough to shock us with some things that happened we never knew about. that's probably a good relationship for parents to have with their kids. we should necessarily know everything. he had a vespa motor scooter. he bought a harley davidson secretly. that boy could actually -- as good as he is with words, he's
also really good with mechanics. he could take that bike apart and put it back together again. >> well, thank you. and you're a very tolerant father who allowed me to ride a harley in college i was totally unqualified for. >> one of the things that was great for me and i hope for the boys is i wasn't a reporter for many years, when i was little, i was a regular reporter and i would take them to news stories. i took them to the fires in santa barbara where they slept on the tarps on the ground with the firemen. they saw a lot of thingings in life that i think were basically positive images of reality for them. >> he said, oh, there's a shooting, let's go see it. >> that's true, i did. >> it was an interesting childhood and an awesome one, thank you, father. >> well, thank you, son. a great father himself too, by the way, wonderful father. >> thank you. >> happy father's day, richard. >> yep, you raised a good one.
>> thanks to the three of you. bye now. >> all right, coming up, the democrats push for gun control. hits overdrive. hits the floor tomorrow. what are the chances of it passing? weighing in on that next. >> plus, donald trump is getting another big endorsement but it's not one he may be thrilled about. we'll explain this one. vo: across america,
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and an expensive reminder that bernie sanders is still in the race to become the democratic presidential nominee. his security detail is costing taxpayers more than $38,000 a day. so hillary has effectively knocked him out of the race. he still has the secret service by his side. they will stick around until he officially drops out. the adorable news going virt. dads everywhere competing in what's being dubbed the cheerio channel. stacking as many cheerios as they can on their sleeping babies before they topple over. creator of the cheerio challenge joined us earlier, telling us how the competition is stacking up. >> really got creative with it and started tacking pretty much anything they had. one little girl had ten stacked on her head. we had -- somebody stacked a dozen doughnuts on their sleeping daughter's head. so it was a really pretty fun one. >> forget the cheerios, this dad decided to stack cereal boxes on his sleeping baby.
ow. >> all right, we want to bring in maria bart. i think we have a picture of your dad. >> aw, you do? >> what are we looking at here? >> when my dad -- we were making pizza a couple of weeks ago in my kitchen. my father had a restaurant. i grew up in the ritz manner. he's showing us how to make some pizza. some really important points to know to make that special pizza. >> look at your amazing kitchen, wow, that's a fun place. does he come over and cook for you often? >> i love cooking in that kitchen because you have everything right there. >> it's a great way to grow up, with your family having a restaurant. >> really true. i just really cherish the memories. he did such a phenomenal job with the restaurant and taking his family to the next level. >> clearly taught you some strong work ethic. >> he must be very proud of you. >> thank you. hope he's watching right now.
happy father's day. >> you're going to be tackling a couple of key issues on your show today. one of the things obviously unfolding tomorrow in the senate or this week is gun control and the push for legislation. four different measures to be voted on. what do you think is going to happen? >> it's been a scrap bell to come up with a new -- a new round of debate because of orlando. i think that that pressure and also the suggestion last week by donald trump that he is willing and thinks he can work with the gun lobbyists. i think it's going to have a hard time passing. because obviously we have not had any substantial gun control measures in decades because the speculation is that it impacts people's rights and it is under the constitution that you have a right to bear arms. so you keep getting in the way of people's rights. part of this push to push back on background checks and things is because people do not trust this government frankly.
>> we see sometimes when americans feel like their second amendment rights are vulnerable and when they quite frankly feel vulnerable following terror attacks, we see gun sales actually go up. is that something you've seen? >> yes, gun stocks have gone up. background checks have soared over the last year. background checks, you look at that. because that's what happens when somebody wants to buy a gun. you've got a background check. i think that at this point people are worried that their rights are going to be taken away. so they're rushing to buy guns right now. >> what's so interesting is you're seeing the republican nominee argue that the government ought to have a right to take your second amendment right away without finding you guilty a crime. >> that's right. >> without due process. >> it's quite extraordinary. >> you would think the aclu would be against that as they're famously for due process and for the constitution. >> yeah, you would think so, because it is impacting people's rights. look, i think after the orlando massacre, this becomes, you know, topic a again.
frankly, we risk missing the point and missing terrorism. >> right. >> and not -- this is really not about gun control or orlando. this is about people who are trying to sympathize with terrorists. >> obviously, you follow international policy very closely. one of the things you'll tackle, will britain exit the european union. >> yes. >> front cover of magazines all over the world. what do you expect to happen? >>, you know, we've got a member of the eu parliament coming on the show this morning to talk about why he says they should stay. now, look, i think at the end of the day, you know, people are feeling like they don't want to be part of the eu umbrella. they don't like the open borders policy of european. that's one major issue. i think before the murder last week of joe cocks, i would have said they're leaving. but amazingly the polls reversed course after the murder and now the majority is in the remain camp.
so it's really 50/50. i would have said they were leaving -- by the way, 20 years ago when the euro was formed and britain decided not to go with the euro, that was a smart move because it's debatable on whether or not the euro has workwork ed. the british boupound is still i operation in britain and that was a very smart move for them. frankly, yes, they're going to have to do new trade deals and new regulatory reform in the uk but so what. things stay in place for two years. so we'll see. it's 50/50 at this point after the murder, that horrendous murder last week. >> sunday morning futures start in a few minutes. senator jay moran is on, bennett is on. >> congressman peter king as well. >> we will be watching, thank you. have a great sunday. do you remember the last time clayton's kids were here riding inflatable horses in our green room? they're back. >> they really are the cutest children in america and they're
>> probably since birth, . actually. since we have the company up and going even before the kids were bo born. >> how many have you seen one person eat in one sitting? >> oh, wow. maybe two dozen? >> two dozen. that's a lot. >> first you have to see them, rig right? let's see the big pot. >> the other night i ate a dozen myself. my hands were ripped apart. that's the best part.
>> come over here and show us the proper way -- >> i'm going to sniff your crab pot, if you don't mind. >> here's my boy myles. he's already broken in with some claws. what's the proper way to get started here. four our layperson at home, who's not familiar with this. i'm going to dip into the crabs right here. >> first thing you want to do is take the apron off. you just break that off. >> impressive. come on, anna. stick your finger right in there. pull the top right off. >> that's a tough one, isn't it? >> that is a tough one. >> my dad called these dead man. >> that's the gills. >> you don't eat that? >> i don't believe you. >> rip those off. >> then you clean all the inners. >> the inners? >> yes. >> clean out the inners. >> will you prepare that for me?
>> grab that. take this off here. >> you're a good man. thank you. >> i teach my son, when someone hands you cracked crab, that's love. and you eat it. >> don't overthink it. if you think too much about it, you won't eat it, so don't. >> you know what, clayton, you're at the top of my list. >> you did it. look at that. >> myles, do you like that? >> look at this big ol' chunk myles has. >> take all the legs off here. >> you like cracking? >> yeah, she does. i made sure since birth they were eating crabs. i didn't want them to have some weird crab allergy when they were 10 years old. >> let's take all this off here. >> now, your awesome wife, natalie, is standing off camera. if she were eating crabs, would she be enforcing any manners? >> oh, no, not at all.
the other night daddy ate a dozen crabs myself. >> did they stare with their jaws open like, what is daddy doing? >> they were like, when can we go? >> daddy has a crab problem. >> delicious. >> myles, what's your favorite way to eat the crabs? do you put salt or pepper or old bay or butter or what do you like on it? >> old bay. >> thanks for driving up. i really appreciate this. this is an honor. so, if you want for the first 100 orders, you get a $50 crab vousher. if you go to ilovecrabs.com, you can order them. i ordered them when i was in montana. >> you have trained your children well. they are the cutest kids. >> did you just hand me crab? i love it. >> we'll be right back. success kept him from returning to the studio with a big father's day gift. the big reveal coming up. ♪
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♪ small town >> oh, my gosh! this adorable kid seen fishing right here with his dad grew up into our senior producer, brian. >> ten years later -- is that three years later? that's ten years later. >> wow. >> another senior producer, shawn, with his dad. happy father's day. we apologize for being a jets fan. shawn just became a dad. there's shawn taking his son to his first baseball game. there are five gavin hadden's in the world.
one is our producer and another is his dad. two great american patriots. there's a gavin the fifth who's not in that picture. >> the big reveal. >> happy father's day. ♪ good morning, all. it has been one week since the deadliest mass shooting in u.s. history. this morning we're learning more about the shooter. hi, everyone. happy father's day to you. i'm maria bartiromo. thanks for joining us on "sunday morning futures ". meanwhile, the senate is preparing to vote on several gun reform measures. will any of those bills reach the president's direct. the director of the cia with a blunt assessment on the fight against isis. senator jerry moran joins us with what's next in the battle to destroy the terrorist netw