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holiday weekend and the first day of july. the sunrise over new york city. >> always nice to have you with us. it's a holiday weekend for a lot of folks and thank you for starting your day with us. we begin with the breaking news. heavily armed forces deployed at the airports. the country on high alert in the wake of the instanable terror attack. >> aaa is expected their highest travel volume on record and 43 million americans expected to be traveling and 85% of them will be traveling by car, but 3.3 million people are expected to be flying, so expect longer lines at security and more
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congestion on the roadways, and washington, d.c., d.c., and las vegas. the port authority says they have deployed their tactical teams or high visibility patrols are equipped with tactical patrols and equipment. >> we continue to encourage the public, to travel, to associate and celebrate the holidays and celebrate the july fourth holiday, and continue to go to public events, but be aware and be vigilant, public awareness and public vigilance can and does make a difference in terms of detecting possible terror plots and activity. >> as some travelers experience more anxiety in the wake of this week's attack in istanbul, and the port authority increased their efforts after the massacre in orlando, and they deployed
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what they call viper teams which includes air marshals and explosive experts and detection officers, and because the airport attacked that happened in istanbul and brussels happened outside the security id if the security checkpoint is pushed back. >> there was one security yesterday where an area was evacuated. what advice is being given to passengers? the obvious get their early? >> yeah, especially for the holiday. that's it. you may get there early because you may experience longer lines, that's for sure, and even getting to the airport on the road. >> we will check back with you.
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thank you. and then a picture showing cold-blooded terrorists smiling before their explosion. in the graphic new warning, it shows an officer coming face to face with one of them, and the officer has nowhere to run as the gunman pulls the trigger shooting him multiple times. more haunting images showing the pan particular setting in and you can see people running foyer their lives as another victim hunts for their the victims. turkish police not saying whether he was yesterday at the raids. >> tough images. failure at ever level. iran and the u.s. navy under fire yesterday. u.s. sailors taken hostage and
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forced to their knees in iranian waters and the investigation also blasting the crew for not living up to expectations by breaking the code of conduct when they apologize preponderance >> it was a mistake that was our fault and we apologize for our mistake. outrage. it's exploding over loretta lynch's decision to have a closed door meeting with clinton. now if that some lawmakers are calling her to step aside. good morning, rich. >> the white house is defending its attorney general, loretta lynch, after her private meeting with former president bill clinton.
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lynch is investigating hillary clinton and will determine whether to initiate charges in the matter and clinton and lynch maintain the meeting was social and even though some democrats say she should have avoided the former president. a the presumptive republican nominee piled on. >> i am just flabbergasted by it. i think it's amazing and i have never seen anything like that before. >> the president and the attorney general understand how important it is for the department of justice to conduct investigations that are free of political interference. >> senior republicans are calling for a special council to investigate, and the state department is looking to delay the court-ordered release of
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about two years of e-mails before four of hillary clinton's top aides. loretta lynch slipping up multiple times over the last few weeks, and allen west saying the latest faux pas is the final blow to her credibility and reputation. >> over the last two or three weeks you have loretta lynch that said she was going to redact key transcripts out of the orlando shooting and her fbi is telling law enforcement officers in florida not to cooperate news agencies and turn over any type of information and then we know about the compassion, unity and love comment she made about the best response to terrorism. this is a -- two or three weeks have been bad for loretta lynch and it seems there's a problem
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with her competence and credibility, and i don't know if you can look at her to carry out of her duties as she should as a top officer in america. >> is she competent enough to do her job or should she resign? you can send comments on foxtprepbts or on our facebook. we have the fourth of july forecast. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, and overall it's going to be a warm weekend and we are going to see storms in some parts of the country but not too bad as we head into the next couple of days and we can see thunderstorms across portions of the northeast and across portions of the plains, and potential isolated weather and if threats continue as we head into saturday, but a relatively low threat on the scale, but one
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concern is, flash flooding out there in place like kansas and missouri and arkansas, and we could see four to six inches of rainfall. it could bring a damper on your outdoor plans. northeast, upper 80s for you in new york city, and out west no rain if the forecast over the weekend, sunshine from l.a. to seattle. >> going to be a hot weekend. ten minutes after the top of the hour, and the hunt for answers. >> why won't they release the mateen phone call and why can't we get the explanation about that? >> did loretta lynch tell law enforcement agencies to not
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cooperate? not looking so good for her. and then somebody struggling to pull their bag from the overhead, and the brilliant idea for the middle seats, that's next. i said to myself, they are all here, my god, they are all
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always discreet for bladder leaks he pledged his allegiance to isis but the fbi is telling orlando law enforcement to withhold the records. >> in a letter to the orlando police department the fbi writes this, to extend your agency ask obligated to respond to request for records and information, and we can you withhold the records. >> now they are refusing to answer questions about why they are defying the law in some cases and denying the public access. the fbi, are they overstepping their pounds? >> let's ask founder of the jenkins group. thank you for being with us. we appreciate it.
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>> bright and early. >> you know what goes into the investigation and you say it doesn't look good? >> doesn't look good from the optics, and i do have to come to bat for the fbi and it's standard protocol to not disclose public records during ongoing pending criminal investigations and we are looking at the second largest islamic terror attack in history on u.s. soil and that's a ongoing investigation, and until it's complete the fbi will not disclose that information but where we are having issue with attorney general lynch, the transcript became redacted and we need to separate the fbi and the department of justice and loretta lynch's politics right now.
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>> that was bad optics but not against the law. let's look at this particular portion of tape where the u.s. attorney general was literally drug from the room when he was asked questions about this, watch. >> i am sorry we are not going to address any questions relating to the -- >> we already know the information is out there, and why won't they release the mateen phone call? why can't we get an explanation about that? doesn't the public have a right to know why their money somebodying spent like that, sir? >> what is the possible explanation? >> once again, with the pending ongoing investigation, you have potential witnesses, potential sources and subjects and we don't know with regards to the hostage negotiation take place during those phone calls, the fbi cannot release that information and not only if it covered under the freedom of information act, but also under the florida sunshine law there's also an exemption status for
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ongoing criminal investigations from law enforcement. that's been -- that's been the policy of the fbi for indefinitely, but however, like i said, with loretta lynch going on june 19th redacting isis and baghdadi from the transcripts look horrible and the believe me the agency on the ground want to separate themselves from the department of justice. >> and the fbi has not responded to our requests and thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you, chad. now a fox business alert. minimum wage going up in 15 cities today. >> and good morning, cheryl. >> good morning, ladies. certainly this has been
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controversial, the cities with the small minimum wage, and business are worried they will have to raise prices or lay off staff. some of the states that are going to be seeing minimum wage hikes today, california, kentucky, maryland, oregon, illinois, and washington, d.c. this could be a bad thing for american workers some say. >> when it comes to google knowing things about you, i assume they know everything these days. >> they do, actually. that's what is so interesting. they have been tracking your every move, and it's called "my activity." they can look at things like the sites you have been to and the days and hours they have been on the internet, and you can say i don't want this or that out there, and whether it's the websites or shopping behaviors you have, and they can go through websites and are tracking your phone. my activity, you have to log
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into your google account and click the tab and check it out, and i highly recommend if you value your privacy, you do that. >> something else they probably track is when and where you are traveling, and if you are traveling on an airplane that's a threaded middle seat and nobody wants to sit there. >> yeah, you never know what they are going to come up. you are looking at the video they posted on their website and i was looking at it this morning. they are called slide slip seats and it's to make the boarding process faster and the middle seat is a little wider, but kind of pushed back, away, and you can see it on your screen and basically the think something you get a little more elbow room so passengers are comfortable, and the aisle seat slights over so it speeds up the boarding process to make airlines more ontime. as a former flight attendant it looks like a nightmare and i
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don't think airlines will buy into it. >> how much is it going to cost to change the seats? >> and the maintenance on the seats, that's the bigger story. >> thank you. almost 20 minutes after the hour. moving migrants, and human smugglers caught krusing the mexican border and you will not believe how they are getting across and then a new poll showing how people really feel about our country today. relook.
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listen to this. a new fox news poll shows fewer americans are proud of their country. >> patricia is here to break it down for us. >> when we asked americans if they feel proud of our country today only half said yes and that's down from the 69% who said they had pride five years ago. the number of people who say they are not proud of the country has nearly doubled. jumping from 28% in 2011 to 46% today. of that 50% who say they have pride, only 19% think our founding fathers would agree but those that say no still think the founding fathers will be happier today than in 2010. and when it comes to the presidential candidates, 63% of voters say they consider donald trump to be patriotic compared to 60% who say his rival,
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hillary clinton is patriotic. >> interesting numbers. >> thank you for joining us. that brings us to brew on this. what makes you a proud america? >> send an e-mail or on twitter or facebook, and we will share some of those later in the show. let us know. and then going viral, and we begin with a dramatic 911 call. a man says he just survived a terrifying plane crash. >> but turns out it was all a hallucination. this is not fun for anybody involved. >> a 75-year-old man from washington called nine one within saying he had been in a small plane crash but it was all a bad dream. >> are you able to safely get
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out? >> no, i'm pinned in. >> okay. >> i can barely wiggle my phone out. >> the man took the popular sleeping pill ambien before that call. this is for the u.s. immigration service. >> yeah, the u.s. citizenship spanish division, the tweeted out the wrong date of the declaration of independence, and they asked which date was correct, and the answer is none of the above, all of the above, and the tweet has since been removed. >> not a mistake you want to make. dads are doing a lot of things, and i love my dad so much, but when it comes to dressing their kids not always good at that. >> and dads certainly do the
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darnedest things at times, and for getting a crucial article of clothing while dressing his daughter for daycare and his wife posted pictures of the daddy fail. he replies i sent her with that thing on, referring to the overalls. the has been shared 30,000 times on facebook. >> a new fashion trend perhaps. >> thank you. the time is 26 minutes after the top of the hour, and the competency of loretta lynch is being called into question after her secret meeting with bill clinton, should she resign. >> and then what trace adkins is getting to rock at the all
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good morning. it's friday, july 1st. a holiday high alert. security out in full force this fourth of july weekend, and we are live with what you can expect if you are traveling. and loretta lynch's competency called into question and how the white house is defending her. and the cafe told to take down its god bless america and giving in without a fight. "fox & friends" continues right now. stphoelt ♪ ♪
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>> looks like the pillsbury doughboy. >> it does. >> trace adkins performing so stay tuned. >> i am a fan of his. >> yep. airports, train stations and entire cities around the country bulking up security as a breaking number of americans travel this holiday weekend but how safe are we days after the deadly terror attack in istanbul. >> and anna is live at jfk in new york city. >> aaa is expecting the highest travel on record with 43 million americans expected to hit the roads, the skies and also hit the trains. 87% of the travelers will be hitting the roadways traveling
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by car but 3.3 million americans will be flying to the most popular travel destination in new york city and washington, d.c. and chicago and las vegas. the port authority stepped up high visibility patrols equipped with tactical weapons and equipment. here is jeh johnson. >> the american public should expect to see this july fourth weekend an enhanced security presence at airports, train stations and other transit centers across the country by tsa and state and local law enforcement as well as security personnel. >> reporter: as anxiety from some travelers grow in the wake of the istanbul airport attack the port authority says they actually already stepped up their counter terror efforts in the wake of the orlando massacre that happened, and they are
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deploying called viper teams, and that includes air marshals and explosives experts, and because both of those attacks in brussels and istanbul happened outside of the security checkpoints the debate has been renewed about whether the security parameter should be pushed back further, and that would just give terrorists a new target a new place. >> thank you. and the obama administration getting hammered about attorney general loretta lynch in the closed door meeting she had with bill clinton in the middle of the fbi criminal probe into the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. >> ray starts the conversation with -- >> rich edison is there for us. >> let's go to you first.
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>> we will find out what ray has to say after you tell us what is going on. >> we will get to ray in a second. but right now attorney generalis defending her meeting with clinton as the department of justice investigates hillary clinton's private e-mail server, and even some democrats are criticizing lynch saying she should have avoided clinton. >> they wait for her to land and she arrives and the former president steps into her plane and the fbi there on the tarmac instructing everybody around no photos, no pictures, no cell phones. >> i am just -- i am flabbergasted by it. i think it's amazing and i have never seen anything like that before. >> lynch and clinton say the meeting was social.
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>> i think the bottom line is simply that both the president and the attorney general understand how important it is for the department of justice to conduct investigations free of political interference. >> and some are requesting lynch appoint a special investigator to handle the investigation. the court ordered release of e-mails between four of hillary clinton's top aides. >> thank you. as wheaties as wheatiesed a. >> ray says they believe they are above the law. the whole investigation is crooked and hands are tied. >> bart writes, she should resign. these people and the
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administration think we're stupid. >> and if this were a public administration, the tone and repercussions would be severe and government is too powerful. >> loretta lost all creditability now, and needs to resign, should never have gotten caught up with a clinton. ten million people in the path of fierce storms and roads looking more like rivers in las vegas. >> rescue crews saving people from raging floodwaters that took over a parking lot. >> and we have more with what we can expect for the holiday travel forecast. >> it's that time of the year where parts of the desert southwest start to look rainier with the monsoon season kicking in and you can see additional weather like that, but quieting down for the holiday weekend.
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i want to show you areas that could be active today and could potentially see severe weather because it's a busy kwoecorridot there. across portions of the central plains, isolated severe storms will be possible not only today but even into tomorrow. we could see also heavy rain out there. flash flooding will be a concern, four to six inches of rainfall and heavier amounts across kansas, oklahoma, missouri and also into northern portions of arkansas, so staying active out there across the center of the nation. other parts of the country are going to remain dry. we are telling you already for several weeks how dry it has been out west, and ongoing wildfires and temperatures were hot and temperatures should not be an issue across southern california here into independence day, but still going to be dry out there, and that's something to consider and many places do have fire work bans. temperatures should not be too
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bad expecting them to reach the 80s on monday afternoon. >> a good weekend for the beach. >> yeah. just to repeat the morning, if you are in the dry areas, do not shoot off fireworks. the heart-stopping moment here. a skydiver loses his parachute. >> and who made the cut. find out next. ♪ ♪ khrr responder, so you can be a business boy wonder! ♪ fix stomach trouble fast with pepto. [so i use quickbooks and run mye entiexpenses from anywhere.saled even down here in the dark i can still see we're having a great month. and celebrate accordingly.
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republicans next week, just days from the convention, and the top two democrats helping to push clinton over the finish line, they hope. president obama and vice president biden will be campaigning with her next week. and according to biden, senator bernie sanders plans to endorse clinton soon, getting down to the wire. no need to cross the border, apparently just hire an uber driver to get you through. several vehicles attempting to move several migrants through the texas border and it's unclear if the uber register drivers were hailed with the app and the company is cooperating with police. the fourth of july weekend and -- that means backyard barbecues and to make sure you get the most of it -- >> bret larson, he is here with the must have all day apps. >> it's the fantastic five we
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events or submit your own forecast to help those around you if you are not using janice dean's freddie the frog app. and don't forget why we are celebrating independence day, and can you get as close to the original document as john hancock, and not only can you read the text, but they have a high resolution scan of the original parchment, and you can be the historian of your own backyard party, and this is cool. they have the signers, all the people that sign the declaration of independence, and it has their resume and you can get their personal history and see where they went to school and what led them down the path to our declaration of independence. >> how did we used to survive without the apps? >> we had to call somebody or have a betty crocker cookbook. >> and that was before lincoln,
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and now we can find out about him. >> thank you. >> like your holiday shirt, too. and let's check out what is coming up on "fox & friends," the producer that did not hear back from the fbi on what happened in orlando. >> everybody talking about what unfolded in orlando, and then the producer that asked the questions, here's a look. >> why can't we get an explanation about that? doesn't the public have the right to know why their money is being spent like that, sir? >> our all american concert service start in about ten minutes. >> we did a christmas thing with him a couple years ago, and we will join you on the plaza
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coming up after this break. stay with us.
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ten minutes until the top of the hour. a former navy s.e.a.l. is the first driver killed in a self-driving car accident. he died in may when his tesla model slam into the a tractor trailer on a florida highway. >> he went so fast through my trailer i didn't see him. >> one month earlier brown credited the system by preventing a crash in a widely viewed youtube video. and then a disturbing report
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saying the pilot made a long list of errors saying pulling the wrong throttle. the plane then came crashing down on a bridge. political horror. no, no the the election. we're talking about the purge and it is back with a third and serious installment in the series. fox senior vp has a behind the scenes look. >> it is scary. very compelling concept. america has eliminated its crime issue in the near future by one day people can purge. >> do what you want. >> do what you want. i cannot wait to go through this. i think i should be sleeping with one eye open. we caught up with the movie star
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frank garillo and asked him how he would describe this movie. >> it's that like clockwork orange. it's that kind of stylized intense in your face a bit over the top, you know, entertainment. it's not to be taken like a little slice of life. it's stylized, big action movie with a message especially what's going on in the world right now. >> yeah. a lot of big buzzer movies opening up. this looks to be a financial success story. >> polar opposite. >> exactly. >> part of the 20th century fox. ice age franchise. this looks cute. this comes out july 22nd. this is your sneak peek.
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>> touchdown! >> wait. get that right. not a touchdown. >> what is it? >> hole in one. >> julian. >> honey, i scored. did you see me? >> yeah, and you were amazing. whoa, whoa. >> oh, the ice is really icy. >> the ice is really icy. the big question is, will scrap finally get that a corn. >> i know. >> five movies in and he's yet been able to capture it. he gets lost into outer space. ray romano, queen latifah are the voices. they go into the studio for a couple of hours, they bang it out, it's easy money for these guys. >> all right. we will head to the theater. lots of people will be doing that on a holiday weekend. >> absolutely. july 22nd, "ice age." go to instagram and that thing
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>> whoa. daniel hearndon scrambling to pull his backup parachute. this is the eighth time his parachute failed. >> what? >> he was dropping into the oklahoma city soccer game with the ball. >> unbelievable. finally, the ugly. patriotic, a new york cafe showing its support with our country is told to take down its god bless america banner. the town board denied the owner's request due to a strict new policy. the owner posted the sign and now she is facing penalties just for being patriotic nkts support them and go to that cafe. now your time for a bru on this. >> decline in american pride.
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what makes you a proud american? >> matt says others that fight for our honor, safety and all the working people that allow us to come into higher levels of greatness. >> charles says besides the ability to travel from coast to coast and relative safety, the freedoms we enjoy every day. >> and karen says, i feel patriotic when i hang my american flag and see it waiving in the wind. >> actually, i have a huge american flag above my bed. >> we all wore red, white and blue today. coming up, we're going to have trace atkins. >> one of your favorites. >> love him. >> it smells like barbecue. if you're anywhere near this vicinity, get here fast. >> keep your comments coming in to us. what makes you a proud american. write to us on facebook, or e-mail us @fox news.com. use #proudamerican. we'll share more of your answers throughout the shows today and
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the weekend. >> have a wonderful holiday weekend. happy 4th of july to everyone. >> have a great one. we'll see you back here monday. good friday morning to you. it is july 1st, 2016. i'm ainsley earhart. the investigator being asked to investigate the private meeting between bill clinton and loretta lynch. >> they wait for her to land. she arrives. some people step off of her plane. the former president steps into her plane. they then speak for 30 minutes privately. the fbi there on the tarmac instructing everybody around, no photos, no pictures. >> wait until you hear the lengths that both sides went to keep this story out of the press. they didn't want you to know about it. just days after that

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