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miraculously okay. it's unclear why the driver lost control. luckily, though, he's okay. >> frightening. >> thank you for joining us. great being with you. >> loved having you, and "fox & friends" starts now. >> hi, friends. good morning. it's thursday, the 4th of august, 2016. i'm anna, in for ainsley, and this is the fox news alert. a potential terror attack in the streets of london. one person stabbed to death, several others injured. now we're learning police just made an arrest. we're live on the ground. then, donald trump looks to get back on track and insists everybody is on the same page in his campaign. >> the campaign is doing really well. it's never been so well united. >> okay. this as we get brand-new fox news polls that show where trump stacks up against hillary clinton. >> and not good, by the way. then we all remember what happened last time clint
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eastwood talked about politics. >> how do you handle promises that you made when you were running for election, and how do you handle it? what do you want me to tell romney? right. >> this morning, he's back with a message about donal political correctness. very interesting. >> and let me remind you, mornings are better with friends. put something on. >> the clint eastwood story is really interesting because we talked about how he was backstage at the rnc, and he listened to everybody say romney is great, romney is great. said i have to do something different. >> boy, did he. >> and in the article, he gives the finger to political correctness. we're bringing you the pg version. >> we are. >> a new movie coming out with his son, which i'm sure is part of the article as well. >> we start this hour with a fox news alert. we in the united states are
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waking up to news of another possible terror attack. this time, a deadly stabbing spree on the streets of london at brussels square. >> heavily armed officer on patrol as investigators try to figure out a motive. >> benjamin hall is live in london. what can you tell us? >> reporter: this is the very heart of london. yet another attack in europe. this is moments walk from the british museum. major hotels, major other tourist sites. what we know so far is last night at around 10:30, a 19-year-old man began his stabbing spree. he killed a lady in her 60s. he wounded five others. two of those remain in hospital. the man himself has just been released, just been discharged from hospital and he's now charged with murder. we're still trying to find a motive, but police have said that the mental health issues here are significant, and terrorism does remain one line of inquiry. one possible connection to that is this is brussels square where
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back in 2005, islamic terrorists grew up a bomb killing 26 people. that event still haunts the city. and the results of those just yesterday british police brought 600 new armed guards onto the streets of london. that's a huge event for a country that doesn't have armed police. the was because of that the response time was so quick. six minutes from the first call to the time this man was tasered. thanks to the added police on the street, this event could have been a lot worse. it wasn't. the head of the chief of police saying here a big attack in the country was the matter of when, not if. just last night, we saw one of those attacks happen. >> they were warned, they were coming to london after the nice attack, and they said they're coming here. >> it could be terror. then again, it could be a mental health situation. >> or both. >> three minutes after the hour. to the race for the white house,
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brand-new polls painting a new picture of the presidential race as donald trump tries to get back on track after a week of campaign chaos. >> peter doocy is live where trump will be live today. >> and donald trump rounded up enough money mostly with small donations in july to close the fund-raising gap with that vaunted clinton campaign machine. trump took in $82 million in a joint effort with the rnc, which is just behind the clinton and dnc haul of $90 million. trump is going to need that to compete in the homestretch because the latest fox news poll shows him trailing clinton by ten points. he's got 39%, she's got 49%. that means she's gone up five since the last poll in june. he's only gone up one. to try to narrow the gap, influential gp leaders are reportedly staging an intervention with trump to stress the importance of staying on message and steering clear of controversy. some of those involved with that effort are said to be newt
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gingrich, ruda giuliani, and reince priebus. their attempt to influence the party from the outside comes amid whispers of strife on the inside, but trump himself is publicly saying it's good good. >> just want to tell you the campaign is doing really well. it's never been so well united. we started on june 16th, i would say right now it's the best in terms of being united that it's been since we began. >> and today, trump is coming here to maine. it is home of one of the gop leaders most supportive of him in the rocky last few days. the governor paul lepage, who was quoted by local outlets saying he hopes to see trump when he comes here and he wants to tell him to ignore the bad press and keep doing what he's been doing. back to you. >> well, he is getting bad press. thank you very much, peter. when he's talking about united, this brand-new fox news poll i think said about 80% of
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republicans now are behind donald trump. >> 76%, and mitt romney had 93%. if he doesn't close that gap, he's finished. >> well, the independents. >> by telling paul ryan and senator mccain i'm not endorsing you, that got reince priebus apoplectic and he let donald trump know it. hopefully, he got the message, if you're a trump supporter. >> which is why they're talking about resetting the whole thing or getting pushed to the edge to do that. one thing that actually did unite them, yesterday, was bashing the obama administration about that $400 million swap, is what many called it. >> a swap? >> ransom, for the four american prisoners that were released. this story is owned by the "wall street journal." now we're learning some of the sources familiar with the discussions say there are high-level folks in the department of justice who were objecting to this, and the state department and obama administration said, we're doing
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it anyway. >> senior justice department officials were telling the state department you can't do this. i don't coir what the reason is, it looks terrible. it's the middle of the night. i know about your reasoning, we're going to lose this case in the hague and have to pay more with interest, but you don't cut a deal like this. state department says don't worry about it, we'll handle it. that was in january. how do they feel about it now? >> it was exposed and the white house looks bad. josh earnest spent 20 minutes trying to throw cold water on the story. it's the classic definition of a ransom being paid. we paid money, we got people back. clear to us, not clear to josh earnest. >> isn't it essentially a ransom payment then even if the u.s. did not view it that way? >> no, it is not a ransom payment. >> would those prisoners have been released if that money would not have been paid? >> what i know is true is there were a team of negotiators --
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>> but again, would those prisoners have been released then if this money had not been paid to them. >> what i can tell you is our negotiators who were talking with the iranians about what was necessary to secure the release of american citizens in iran succeeded. >> she asked the same question twice and he dodged it twice. >> drank a little built. was a little thirsty. >> the critics are saying it probably looks like a ransom payment to the iranians and isn't that what matters in the first place. isn't that putting a bounty on americans' heads when they're abroad. >> they're going to be asking questions now in congress. >> and anna mentioned the optics for the iranians. iran boasted they got the money for the release of the american spies. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton says, well, that is interesting story, but it's really old news. she was out in denver. she talked to channel 9 kusa and said i think actually this is
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kind of old news. it was first reported about seven or eight months ago as i recall and so far as i know it had nothing to do with any kind of hostage swap or any other itt for tat. back in january, president obama did announce part of his iran deal was to pay them back the $400 million plus $1.3 million in interest. he did not tell the congress and he did not tell the people the circumstances where as soon as we gave the money, we got the people. >> and by the way, they took a bunch of our guys afterwards, so there's iranian americans now being held. these guys were held not because they did anything wrong. they were held on trumped up charges. we had to pay to get our americans back who were jailed essentially to get this money back and maybe to cut a better deal. i want to add to this, if you think the tone and tenor of that explanation from hillary clinton kind of saying where does that come from sounds familiar, it's exactly about benghazi, about when you talked about her e-mails.
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she said where does this come from? it makes you feel ridiculous for asking the question. >>nish to see here, but there are two stories she hasn't been able to shake either. >> donald trump yesterday did a great job on the stump saying $400 million. you have to be kidding me. this is what you're going to have if you have hillary clinton president. you would think donald trump would be taking more of that angle. >> if donald trump stays on message, which is, as we heard with her interview with chris wallace over the weekend where she clearly told some fibs, talk about that, talk about this. and she would be an extension of the obama administration. he would be doing better and probably would not be getting -- >> if he could also stick to the economy, because with our fox news polls we're going to dive into later, that's the one issue that the majority of americans are saying i trust donald trump on this more than hillary clinton. >> you talk about trust. that's what i think about, i think of heather. >> thanks. i trust you too. good morning to all of you. i have a story coming out of arizona.
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terrifying residents there. a search for a serial killer in phoenix is intensifying at this hour. police believe the same person, the man seen in the sketch here, a suspect, they believe he's killed seven people and has tried to kill once again. now, a ninth shooting appears to match the killer's pattern this time. someone fired on a man and a 4-year-old child in a car. thankfully, they were not hurt. that suspect is believed to be using several cars to commit the crimes. the fbi is now offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. please be in touch if you have any information. well, brand-new details and images showing the chaos when a passenger plane from india to dubai crashed into a fireball on the runway. >> that video showing passengers scrambling for the door. jumping down those emergency slides before they escaped. just moments before that plane
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exploded. jump, jump, jump! jump. >> and just feet away, you can see one of the engines burning. moments before that entire plane erupts into a fireball. investigators now say the landing gear was not down when the plane hit the runway and that caused the crash and the explosion. it's not clear if there was a mechanical problem or if the pilot forgot to engage it. one firefighter was killed responded to the gaerjs. amazingly, all 300 passengers and crew members escaped safely. thank goodness. >> back here at home, a police officer escaped death with just moments to spare. a metal pipe bomb exploding inside a marked suv like this one minutes after it parked in front of the officer's home in maryland. incredibly, no one was hurt. police believe this was a personal attack. so far, no arrests have been made. thur mont is just minutes away
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from the presidential retreat camp david. >> the united states starting off strong in the rio olympics. the u.s. women's soccer team soundly beating new zealand in the opener, but there was controversy surrounded starting goalkeeper hope solo who has been outspoken about her fears of contracting zika. oh, boy. the crowd taunting her during the second half. look at this posting. >> the crowd booing her, yelling zika each time she punted the ball down the field. >> pretty funny, she almost didn't go. the first time anyone ever chanted for a virus. congratulations, people of rio. you're making history. >> well, a little later, malaria will be chanted out. meanwhile, the hits keep coming out on the campaign trail, as the general election shifted into high gear. >> i think the republican
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we have a pollster here, and she put some of the biggest questions and digs to the dial test. lee, welcome back. >> great to be here. >> where do we start? >> looking at trump responding to obama's attack to him and see how voters react to it. >> let's see the clip. >> i think he's the worst president maybe in the history of our country. he's been a disaster. he's been weak. he's been ineffective. you look at this so-called recovery, it's setting record lows. it's, i guess, not since 1949 has there been anything like it. you look at home ownership. look at what happened as an example. he talks about ukraine. i believe i know far more about foreign policy than he knows. look at ukraine. he talks about ukraine. well, how tough he is, right? how tough he is with russia. in the meantime, they took over crimea. >> the blue dropped off the map, got an f. >> you couldn't even see the democrats there. republicans and independents, a
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b. this is so important. so donald trump needs to take a lesson. stay on message. go after obama, go after hillary, and talk about the economy, talk about jobs. he's got to get off everything else. >> why did donald trump say that? because barack obama said this. >> yes, i think the republican nominee is unfit to serve as president. i said so last week, and he keeps on proving it. >> wow. look at the independents. >> the independents are yellow. they're tracking with republicans and what they said here is, obama shouldn't be saying this. it's unpresidential. he shouldn't be getting into the fray. >> next. hillary clinton talking about the devil in the details and the devil on the democrat, side happens to be hillary. >> a bad deal. he should have not made a deal. he would have gone down as done something really important. once he made that deal, and believe me, he has buyer's remorse. if he would have not just done
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anything, go home, go to sleep, relax, he would have been a hero, but he made a deal with the devil. she's the devil. he made a deal with the devil. >> so you can see there, republicans, b-plus. independents, c-plus. democrats on the floor, this is not his good moment. he's going too far. >> governor christie said a little later who is one of his staunchest supporters, she's not the devil. over the top, just an aside. we wrote down your segment for today. good b-block. thanks. >> straight ahead, how would your health care change under a trump or clinton presidency? dr. mark steagall brought his stethoscope. he'll break it down for us. ♪ he wrecked the rec room this summer.
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we have got some quick thursday morning headlines for you right now. lucky to be alive. a pole smashes through a car windshield and the driver miraculously survived. you can see the pole inches away from the driver's head rest. the woman apparently blacked out behind the wheel before crashing into a fence. another car and then ultimately that utility pole. she remains in the hospital. and a kardashian crash. this one involving kris jenner. the family matriarch destroyed her brand-new rolls royce after colliding with another car. the front end completely smashed. the air bags deploying, possibly breaking jenner's wrist, it is reported. it happened after a car blew through a red light and hit her. after, anna, over to you. >> thank you so much. obamacare is projected to cost
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more than a trillion dollars over the next decade. and donald trump wants to repeal it, but hillary clinton wants to double down. so how would your health care change under a trump or clinton presidency. a question many people are asking this morning. dr. marc siegel is here to break it all down for us. >> great to see you. >> a headline this week is that more health insurance providers are starting to feel wary about participating in obamacare. >> a trillion over the next decade. aetna is not adding five more states, thinking of dropping out of the 15 they already have, and united health care is already out of the exchanges, the biggest health care insurer in the country. obamacare is having trouble getting insurers to get involved because it's costing so much and they're not making money on it. >> donald trump wants to completely repeal obamacare. that's what his health care plan would look like. let's look at the specifics on what he would look to do. he wants to introduce competition across state lines and make all health insurance premiums tax deductible. is this good?
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>> absolutely. he might not be able to totally repeal obamacare. he has to get more than 60 votes in the senate. even if the republicans retain the senate and he wins. even then, the chances are he could get a partial appeal and get rid of the mandates that are very unpopular. but you know what he is going to add? not only the tax deductible parts but more competition. he's going to have insurers from overseas competing with drug companies from overseas competing with drug companies here. >> you think that will drive prices up? >> insurers across state lines will drop prices and health savings aeblsh are huge in his plan where people get to transfer them. anyone in your family could use a health savings plan you have. if you were to pass away, the next generation could use your account, and it accumulates year to year. that would make us more like other countries where people know what they're buying, you're seeing what you're getting, and that would drive prices down.
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at one hospital, an ecocardioograph is $800. at another, it's $200. if you knew the prices, it would end up being less. >> then you end up being more conscience of how you're spending your money. let's take a look at clinton here. >> more choice, more competition, lower prices. >> all right, he said it first right here. now, for clinton care, she wants to expand obamacare to cover more americans and provide $5,000 per family for health costs and expand medicaid to all 50 states. you say it sounds good, but who is going to pay for it? >> viewers are going to like the idea of deductibles less, capping what you have to pay to your drug companies if you want to buy prescription drugs. everybody says that sounds good. three sick visits a year fully paid for under hillary's version of obamacare. first of all, if the republicans retain the house, which is almost definite, none of this is going to pass, none of it. but if it did, okay, it sounds good. imagine what it costs.
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it's already a trillion over a decade. these are huge additional costs and expanded entitlement. it would break the bank on obamacare. if you have a lower deductible, you might be more inclined to use it if you can find a doctor to take care of you if you could get the procedure you want approved because this is a highly regulated government supervised extremely expensive entitlement. these bells and whistles are not practical. >> it's a lot for folks to chew on. you're going to our green room right now. if you want to ask the doctor questions, e-mail us or hit us up on social media. >> very, very important differences. one, trump increases competition and decreases costs. the other one, hillary, more entitlements. >> okay, the bare bones basics. >> 28 minutes after the hour, we all remember what happens the last time clint eastwood talked about politics. >> how do you handle promises you made when you were running for election, and how do you handle -- how do you handle them? >> what do you want me to tell
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well, we all get up early. there's a good dhans you missed this. last night on the jimmy kimmel show, his staff went on the street and asked people if they agreed with these hillary clinton quotes. but here's -- and of course, they would, because they're from hillary clinton, but actually, the quotes were from donald trump. watch this. >> what do you think when hillary clinton said, i see improved relations with russia from a position of strength only
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is possible. >> i agree with hillary. >> what do you think of this quote from hillary. there's nothing i love more than women, but they're really allot different than portrayed, boy, can they be smart? >> i agree. i have worked for 38 years in the hospital with women, and that's very accurate. >> you think that's obviously a sharp contrast to her opponent? >> absolutely. >> what do you think of this hillary clinton quote? i'm opposed to gay marriage? >> i have heard that a lot from a lot of politicians. it's all about the timing, though, isn't it? she's for us now. yay. i'll take that as a win. >> that's the guy from 'n sync. >> all those quotes that were presented as hillary clinton quotes were things donald trump said, so i wonder if they asked those same people the same thing about do you agree with donald trump when he says, would they all say the same thing? >> hope so. >> not sure. >> let's talk about clint eastwood now. remember the last time he talked politics and made headlines at
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the rnc when he was talking to an empty chair? he's talking again about politics and a big interview he and his son did with esquire magazine, and he's talking a lot about the pc culture, how he doesn't like it. he says secretly, everybody is getting tired of political correctness. kissing up. that's the kiss you know what generation we're in now, everyone is walking on egg shells. when i grew up, those things weren't called racist. >> meanwhile, because he had been in politics, he was the mayor of caramel, california. who does he like between trump and clinton? he said this. quote, i would have to go for trump. you know, because she's declared that she's going to follow in obama's footsteps. there's been just too much funny business on both sides of the aisle. she made a lot of dough out of being a politician, so it sounds like he is on the trump train. >> and by the way, on another note, a great interview, him and
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his son. didn't see him much growing up, but he also says they really bonded now, and he said interesting things that can help anyone in life. he said when i was an actor, i used to sit outside my trailer and watch everything, the cameras, because i knew if i wanted power in this business, i had to learn to direct, i had to understand the angles, i had to control the scripts. >> where did the chair thing come from? >> he was apparently watching the rnc, everyone was saying mitt romney is great, great, he had to say something else. he said he was listening to a neil diamond song, and some of the lyrics were, and no one heard at all, not even the chair. cue the chair. that's where the chair came from, neil diamond. by the way, the amazing thing about clint eastwood, he's 86. >> wow, and still going. >> all right, friends at home, e-mail us your thoughts on this story and about the political correctness that's ramp ntd in our culture. >> 25 minutes now before the top of the hour.
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we have headlines with heather. >> good morning, everyone. good to see you. terrifying video to show you that you really have to see to believe. a gang of muslim migrants fire bombing a city bus. take a look. >> a gang in paris hurling molotov cocktails onto a bus, torching the vehicle during a riot against police. 15 people managed to get out of that bus safely. >> back here at home, the u.s. supreme court rules a virginia school board can prevent a transgender team from using the boys bathroom when skill starts next month. in an unusual move, the cut along gender lines on the gavin grim case. in a 5-3 decision, the supreme court put on hold a lower court ruling that ordered the gloucester county school board to let grim use the bathroom that matches his gender identity. >> and cheers to this.
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drinking alcohol, listen to this, could be the secret to a happy marriage. >> i have a secret. i'm drunk. >> i am, too. ever since we had our kids, it takes like one sip of wine. >> i feel so good and condifant. i feel condifant. >> that will do it. researchers say older married couples who drink together are happier than those who don't. amen to that. it doesn't matter how much they drink as long as they do it together. and those are your headlines. let's do it. >> look, i have been married 30 years. what was the name of the book i wrote. mr. and mrs. happy hand book. >> mr. and mrs. happy hour. >> that's the skwequel. thanks. >> let's move on to weather. extreme weather to talk about. we have a hurricane by the name of earl making landfall overnight in belize. >> maybe it's not a good time to buy the land they keep
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advertising. showing the storm barrel ashore, backing winds up to 80 miles per hour. >> it's a category one storm, bringing heavy rain and a storm surge, and we're tracking the path. what's next? >> well, we know the storm is now over land, so it's cut off from the very warm water across the western caribbean and it will be quickly weakening throughout the day today and into tomorrow. that's welcome news, but unfortunately, it still is a category-1 hurricane. maximum sustained winds at 75 miles per hour. it's battering the region and also looking at stronger wind gusts than those 75-mile-per-hour sustained winds. now the storm system because it's moving onshore and continuing to bring a lot of tropical moisture, we're looking at a flood threat and also the threat for some mud slides, as much as 18 inches of rain, so that's bringing in big concerns out there across the region. otherwise, in the southwestern u.s., we're continuing to deal with the monsoon like storms and expecting several inches of rain, flash flood watches remain
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in effect. across parts of the central plains and upper midwest, severe weather is a threat. damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes possible. >> keep an eye on the sky. thank you. >> meanwhile, one of the summer's most highly anticipated movies. watch this. >> i want to build a team of very bad people who i think can do so good. >> suicide squad opens this weekend with a star-studded cast. >> michael is here. >> i sat down with will smith, jared leto. and the rest of the cast for a sneak peek of this really fun movie. >> when you first heard about the characters of the movie and you were pitched it, what did you think initially? >> there was no screen play, so we all, david came to each individual cast member and pitched the idea. so you have jack nicklaus and
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heath ledger, but you put your own stamp on the character. who did you look to for inspiration? >> those unforgettable performance are soez special, you had to leave them as they are and pull from other sources. we went on a journey and created something completely new and different. >> a lot of personalities on set. what was a typical day at the office like for you? >> for the director, like herding cats. >> yeah, for sure. >> and most of the actual actors are certifiable. >> we saw each other at our best and the worst, and it was like a family of really demented brothers and center sisters by of it. >> somehow, the group just really got along. it was just a really positive, generous atmosphere. >> when he found out i was doing this, he was all excited. he started doing jared leto's joker. >> oh, wow. >> look at that. >> that's great work. i like that. that's exactly what that picture
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looks like. that's a good one. >> anthony, you killed it, buddy. >> don't forget, we're the bad guys. >> that they are. suicide squad opens everywhere tomorrow. and for more celebrity interviews, go to foxnews mp magazine.com. >> it's called the suicide squad, but they're not suicide squaders. >> the mission they're on could end up being a suicide mission potentially. >> they're so dangerous, and in exchange for shorter prison sentences. >> it flips the whole superhero genre on its side. >> that way there can be a sequel. >> powerful message from this police chief. he says all lives matter, and his officers now have those words on their patrol cars. that chief will join us live today. >> plus, legal gun owners beware. the federal government is now stockpiling your person information. we have the details next.
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require permits to the federal government. the federal government is supposed to collect it for statistical information only, meaning they're supposed to destroy identifiers. >> they add things up and then burn it. >> how many handguns are here, rifles here? congress decided it was a legitimate thing to do. but congress decided since the states regulate gunser not the federal government, the federal government would never be able to keep a list of every gun owner and every gun owned by that perp. good but they are, apparently. >> they are. >> congress decided we might some day have an anti-gun president, when the republicans came up with this about 15 or 20 years ago, the democrats laughed at them. look where we are now. so now we have a president who doesn't believe in the right to keep and bear arms. he might be succeeded by another president who doesn't believe in the right to keep and bear arms. who has a small army, the atf, who knows where every gun is and who owns the guns and could
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harass or confiscate, and congress legislated to stop that. this lawless administration has broken that law and retained that information. >> judge, it shouldn't surprise us, should it? the irs targeted people. why shouldn't the atf. >> it shouldn't surprise us. it's reprehensible. it violates federal law, it violates a supreme court opinion. it violates our natural right to self-defense which is protected by the second amendment. >> this report has been out a couple days. why is this not a bigger deal? >> because there are very few networks that are concerned about the right to keep and bear arms. i dare say nobody else is talking about this. members of congress should be up in arms. they wrote the law that the president and his peek are defying. >> so there's this list somewhere in washington, this illegal database. >> right. >> you know, hasn't the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms been served now? we know you've got it, you have to get rid of it. >> where would so hope, but i think it would take someone like congressman jason chafe lts wfe
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runs a large committee to call these people in front of him and saying what are you doing with this list? give it to us and we'll destroy it for you. >> what's your worry about the list? >> that an anti-gun president or somebody in an anti-gun president's administration could use the list to harass gun owners. law enforcement, military, and civilians who disapprove of the government's policies. that would be reprehensible. >> ultimately, it would be essentially a map to where all the guns are. >> to confiscate. >> thank you. >> what do you think? e-mail us. >> meanwhile, coming up, the united states paid the country of iran in january $400 million on the same day our hostages were freed, but the white house says that's just a coincidence. it's not ransom money. jerry boycon, the general, says it's anything but. he's here in the next hour. >> and a powerful message from
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this police chief. he says all lives matter and all of his officers now have those words on their patrol cars. that chief joins us live next. x>
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hey, friends. well, good morning. we want to get to this now. all lives matter, that's the message from the police chief in edwards, mississippi. >> and chief torrance mayfield, adding that to all seven of the patrol cars and he is joining us right now with the powerful message. it seems like a logical and a nice thing to do, but some might
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view it as negative or derogatory because you're building off black lives matter. >> no, you have two situations right now across the country that -- that are causing the divisiveness for whatever reason. you have all black lives matter, and all blue lives matter. well, all lives matter whether you're muslim, hispanic, asian, jewish, black or white. all lives matter. we're created all the same. we appear to be a little bit different. we're not here to judge individually. so all lives matter at the end of the day. we're all god's children. >> you near mississippi now, but you were born and raised in chicago. how does that give you a unique perspective on the divisiveness that has been centered around black lives matter, all lives matter, blue lives matter? >> well, in the south you have more of a southern hospitality. up north in chicago where i'm from, it's a little bit different. if you walk by and say, hello to
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people, you'll get an awkward look. what are you speaking to me for? in the south, it's traditional if you speak, you expect a response back. >> yeah. by the way, same thing in new york. chief, what's the reaction been? >> in the town it's been overwhelming support. a small community. about 1,200 citizens in the actual town of edwards. and throughout the state it's been mixed reviews. you know, some say that i'm knocking black lives matter, but if you read it and you listen to the message it says all lives. i'm not excluding anyone. i'm including everyone. i have had some calls from vancouver, canada. california. texas. mexico. a gentleman called from vancouver yesterday and alabama and said that i was their hero. kind of got emotional on the phone when they called out to the police department yesterday. >> i can imagine. you imagine that some folks would likely follow suit too.
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you have a special prayer that you want to share with us this morning. >> yes. a police prayer that i actually had placed on the rear tail -- the trunk of the car. it says when i start my tour of service, god wherever crime may be, as i patrol the darkened streets alone let me be close to thee. please give me understanding with both young and old. let me listen with attention until their story's told. let me never make a judgment in a rash or callous way. please let me hold my patience, let each man have his say. lord, in some dark and dreary night i must give my life, lord with your everlasting love protect the loved ones in my life. amen. >> wow.
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i hope that spreads to all these other police stations and other miss chiefs. chief torrance mayfield, thanks very much. appreciate you expressing this sentiment. we'll talk to you soon, i hope. >> thank you. >> have a good day. >> five minutes now before the top of the hour. a fox news alert. let's change gears. brand-new details in the mass stabbings in london. tourists attacked by a man with a knife and we learned that one of the victims was an american. what we know, at the top of the hour. and the polls show clinton ahead of trump by double digits. what is his team saying this morning? his campaign manager jason miller joins us next hour.
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hi, friends. good morning, it's thursday, the 4th of august, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is just in. the person killed in a mass stabbing in london has been identified as an american. could it be terror? what we are learning about the suspect just minutes away. meanwhile, donald trump looks to get back on track and says everybody in his campaign is all on the same page. >> everyone is doing so well, it's never been so well united. >> this as brand-new fox news polls paint a different picture of the presidential race than what we saw last month. all right. it's been kicked out of places like the holocaust museum and even caused this confrontation at a veterans memorial. >> these are like [ bleep ] gravestones right there. >> no, it's not. >> that do you mean no, it's not? >> i wish i didn't have to hear
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that. but believe it or not, now you can get college credit for playing pokemon go. where? i'm not sure. >> princeton? >> i'm not sure if harvard is accepting it yet. by the way, let me remind you your mornings are better with "friends." >> we start this hour with a fox news alert. an american woman brutally murdered in a bloody knife attack in london square. brand-new -- >> right, brand-new information on the stabbing spree came in moments ago. now it hits home. >> that's why we're turning to benjamin hall with more on the victims and a possible motive. >> reporter: hi, brian, nan, steve. just hearing from the last few minutes that the lady who was killed in her 60s was an american and also we're learning about the attacker. he was a 19-year-old somalian
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norwegian national. previously they had said the motive was uncertain. they were pointing to the possible mental health issues, and this has to open up other possibilities. the miss say that this was a random -- the police say that this was a random and spontaneous attack. this is a part of london that has a lot of tourists, just around the corner from the british museum. it would have been very busy at 10:30 last night and we know the police responded very quickly. but it was not enough to save the people. today, the police very high alert at the moment. that is because of all the attacks we have seen around europe recently. they responded in six minutes. that's because yesterday 600 police were put on the streets of london. as new information comes out about the attacker, norwegian/swedish origin, so
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we're pointing to other issues other than mental health issues. and a lady just died from last night and this is yards from in 2005 that islamic people blew up a bus and killed people. so now -- [ indiscernible ]. back to you, guys. >> you are right. because of the nature of the history of that particular square, russell square, people immediately thought is it terrorism again? according to the local reports out of london, the attacker said nothing during the rampage. he said it could have been completely random. >> could have been even worse if law enforcement hadn't been able to step in too, because at russell square. very busy. right near the british museum too. >> isis said we're coming to london next and we'll find out if isis did react quickly after the refrigerator truck plowed through all those people on bastille day. >> still a tragedy. whatever the circumstances. now to the race for the white house.
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brand new polls painting a new picture as donald trump tries to get back on track after a week of campaign chaos. >> and peter doocy is live on the campaign. peter, the polls. >> reporter: and the good news for donald trump today would be that they have so many small dollar donations in july, he and the rnc, that they made almost as much money in that time period as the vaunted clinton and dnc fund-raising machine. the republicans got $82 million, democrats $92 million and he needs to use that money to catch up. the new poll shows he's trailing clinton 49 to 39. there's a high profile effort to have an intervention with him where rudy giuliani and newt gingrich and reince priebus want
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to express the important of staying away from controversy and staying on message. yesterday at a pair of huge rallies in florida, trump was back to commenting on the news of the day and about the obama administration, accusing them of getting swindled when they gave iran $400 million in what may or may not have been ransom. >> i wonder what happens with that $400 million. i wonder who ends up getting it. you wonder who is making decisions like that where you take $400 million, they put it in small containers. our leaders are incompetent. >> reporter: trump alluded to the reports that some of his campaign staff are upset with the way that things are going. he told the crowd right now the campaign is as united as ever. when he rolls into portland, maine, later on today this is the home of one of his most enthusiastic backers, paul lepage. he said the only thing trump could do different is ignore bad press. >> peter doocy on the streets in
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portland, maine, getting ready for trump because they ran the street sweeper behind you. there it goes again. >> right behind. >> like a giant vacuum. be careful. >> the streets of maine are clean. by the way, that is a state that donald trump really thinks he could turn. he thinks he's got new hampshire. got a real shot at iowa. he thinks he has a shot at maine. the good news for donald trump is, that the clinton camp and the obama administration is giving them a lot to go on. outraging average americans. >> that's right. yesterday, there was so much in the press about oh there's going to be a media intervention or something. an intervention. paul manafort said that's not true. the only need we have an for an intervention is maybe with some media types that keep saying things that aren't true and then a suggestion that the rnc -- somebody at the rnc was looking at the doomsday scenario, what if we get trump off the ballot? sean spicer said he's the nominated republican, full stop.
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that's the reality. the rest is a media pundit concoction. >> if he can stop the comments of the gold star family, not endorsing paul ryan and john mccain, and he's beating hillary clinton on whether americans trust either candidate to do a better job. they continue to hammer him about him making his ties overseas. some of his trump products not being made here in america and hillary clinton was out in colorado yesterday at a factory that makes ties there. >> yeah. >> and now she's got it on her website, make it -- #make it here or something like that. so he's got to just hold it together and -- >> they on message. >> stay on message because he has a winning one right there with the economy. >> right. when he's on offense he's at his best. >> he's always on offense. >> and we'll talk to jason miller, he'll talk about the strategy going forward at the bottom of the hour. meanwhile, hillary clinton
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found herself backed into the corner about news that broke that was even in the headlines of the daily news which lives to rip donald trump on a daily basis. $400 million dropped off to iran back in january, on the same way that four hostages are released. how could there not be a quid pro quo and those who said that we're lied to. senator tom cotton said that barack obama and his spokes people are lying to us. so hillary clinton is asked how do you feel about this? >> she said it's all new. i think actually this is kind of old news. it was first reported about seven or eight months ago as i recall. so far as i know, it had nothing to do with any kind of hostage swap or any other tit for tat. >> well, that part of the story was not reported seven or eight months ago. >> she's right. >> unmarked plane. cash. >> but, you know she's a lawyer. it all depends on what your definition of what ransom is.
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lieutenant colonel ollie north said his definition says that $400 million that was ransom money. >> this was ransom for these americans to come home. i don't think anybody has to dissemble about it, except this administration has deceived people as to what they're doing. think about it. fast and furious, the gun walking case, the irs, use of the irs as a political tool and lying about that. did you get to keep your health care program and your doctor? all the lies perpetrated over benghazi and now of course the e-mails. this is is an administration that's consistently lied. and the mainstream media has never done a damn thing to find out for example why has this administration consistently bentdz over backwards -- bent over backwards for the iran january regime and they have done it since they came into office. >> nobody said that iran changed their behavior because of this. the hard liners said we should never have made a deal with
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america. what have they got? $400 million and or the those what try to jam down our throats on this it's all gone to roads and bridges we're not that stupid. we me they're fuelling their myriad -- we know they're fuelling their myriad of organizations. >> they're building a nuke. the president of the united states should play it straight and say, you know what? we got iran's money worth in the freedom of the four americans. i mean that's what happened. really. we owe them the money, we gave them the money. >> should be straight. >> and the iranians, many are saying they see it as a ransom. so it's putting a bounty on americans' heads abroad. who cares if the white house thinks it's ransom or isn't. >> who do you believe, us or the iranians? think about that for a second. heather nauert, you have other news. >> i do. good morning to you. ten minutes after the hour. this morning we are getting chitting nchi chitting -- chilling new details
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about the metro cop charged with helping isis. the fbi had been walking nicholas young for years now. they say he made threats against agents but never took him seriously. well, now they have discovered he was stockpiling weapons and he tortured animals. they say he gave $200 worth of gift cards. well, young has allegedly ties to other isis supporters including the man who threatened the producers of the tv show "south park" for their depiction of the prophet muhammad. remember that story? another man he was involved with planned to blow up the u.s. capitol. he faces 20 years in prison. and police believe the same person killed seven people and has now tried to kill again. a ninth shooting appears to match the killer's pattern. this time someone fired on a man
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and a 4-year-old child in a car in the phoenix area. thankfully they were not hurt. the suspect believed to be using several cars to commit the crimes. the fbi is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. take close look at that picture. well, first it was the water and now the air is causing problems for the rio summer olympics games that kick off tomorrow. rio de janeiro's air is deadlier than its contaminated water supply. >> not possible! >> the data shows that pollution in the air in rio exceeds the world health organization's guidelines. because of all the cars on the roads and they're clogging the roads. we told you about the big traffic jams yesterday. well, this comes after this gross, mucky stuff. athletes, this is the water similar to the water that some of them will be swimming in and performing in. basically, raw sewage. >> how did they get the games again? >> you know, that's a
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question -- >> the air, the water, zika. >> that's the olympics and president obama tried to get it in america. remember? >> in chicago. >> they fell short in chicago. congratulations, good choice. >> well, we'll keep you posted on that. >> we will. the nra is releasing a new ad geared to african-americans and millennial woman. >> i have been told that black women aren't supposed to support the second amendment. i have been told i shouldn't want to protect myself. >> well, the woman behind that ad joins us with her story. and then an out of control suspect trying to kill a police officer. that is until a hero steps in. the heart-stopping video straight ahead. ans... ... 83% try to eat healthy. yet up 90% fall short in getting key nutrients from food alone. let's do more. add one a day women's gummies. complete with key nutrients we may need... ...plus it supports bone health with calcium and vitamin d. one a day vitacraves gummies.
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deputy of intelligence. so general, you heard josh earnest and admiral kirby, are they being square with the american public? >> no, steve. of course not. everybody knows this was ransom. and, you know, this was an attempt to deceive and hide this activity and it came off as a med ayin cartel operation. you cannot believe a word they're saying on this issue. >> that's sad. iran today is closer to having a nuclear device than ever before. and now we're talking about this. we didn't know much about it. looks like we were sold a bill of goods. >> yeah, but you know, this is important to remember this is not the first time we had done this. remember in 2011 we had two hikers -- american hikers jailed and suddenly oman came $1,500,000. what was that, ransom. let me tell you my issue with in, and i feel very passionately about it.
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i saw a good man die in april of 1908 trying to rescue 52 american hostages that were held by these same thugs. >> ght. >> if we have got $400 million that we allege belongs to the iranians to begin with it ought to go to reparations for not only the 52 hostages held there and all the men and women maimed by the explosively formed penetrators that iran introduced into iraq and afghanistan. >> general, i'm so glad you mentioned what happened with the united states and iran back in the '70s because the federal government paying the ransom money, it puts a bounty on everyone's head. >> that's right. and everyone knows they have seized two more. do you know what else is interesting, think about this. we gave them this $400 million only four days after they
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captured two patrol boats in the persian gulf which i don't believe were in iranian waters. no one can convince me of that. but they humiliated those crews against all international law as well as the geneva convention. and we still gave them $400 million, explain that. what's the rationale behind that? >> it's a head scratcher. general, thank you for joining us today from the nation's capital. >> glad to be with you. >> what do you think about this? please e-mail us or tweet us. the nra releases a powerful in new ad geared to african-americans and millennium women. >> i've been told that black women aren't supposed to second amendment. i have been told i shouldn't want to protect myself. >> that woman, the woman behind the ad is going to join us next with her amazing story good morning to you. and it's been kicked out of
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>> well, antonio okafor is the woman who starred in and inspired that ad. she joins us now to share her story. she's a firearms instructor and the southwest regional director of the students for carrying on campus. in the ad, you talk about people calling you a sellout. you voted for president obama in 2008 and 2012 and you come from a very liberal family. why the switch? >> i realized at the heart of it i'm a conservative and i have always been a conservative and that i would need to switch my party to be a party what is about conservative values. and that's when i realized after 2012 that i couldn't vote for anyone in that party who didn't have conservative parties and i switched my party afterwards. >> i understand you were a reporter at campus reform.org
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and you realized there wasn't a voice for people out there who share your beliefs. what did you mean? >> it was apparent being on a college campus, you have seen these instances of free speech being inhibited and on cam pulse i really wanted -- campus i really wanted to write about the pro carry case and i wanted to be that voice and i decided to get involved with students for conceal carry and be the southwest director which i am today. >> there's a lot at stake in this presidential election. even the supreme court could be tipped depending on who gets into the white house. that would affect the second amendment, immigration, religious liberty. who's your candidate and why? >> well, you know, i'm a republican precinct chair for my county. so i will be voting for the republican nominee and that is donald trump. so i did support rand paul during the primary and i do have
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a lot of believes that lean more libertarian, but in the end i'm a republican and in the end i'm a liberty person and i believe there should be liberty and freedom for all, regardless of your race or your gender. i'm not going to be put in a box when it comes to that that's why i'm here to talk about that message that regardless of what you look like, don't put people in a box and the media tends to do that. i want to make sure that people know they can think for themselves and that includes me as a black woman. >> antonio okafor, thank you. we really appreciate you sharing your story this morning. >> thank you so much. >> have a nice day. 27 minutes after the hour on a thursday morning. coming up, he's the man fighting to unseat the speaker of the house, paul ryan. paul nehlen will be joining us live. plus, clinton is shown to be ahead of donald trump by double digits and republicans reportedly ready to stage an intervention. his campaign spokesperson jason miller joins us live next.
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than anyone else in the country. the united states postal service. priority: you hillary clinton is also still running for president which is easy to forget in the middle of the giant tru trump-apaloo trump-apalooza, and all the proceeds from the hillary fund-raiser is going to teach her how to use her e-mail account. >> joining us now is jason miller, the trump campaign senior communications adviser. real pleasure to have you on the couch. >> thank you for having me on. >> a brand-new poll shows that hillary has gone up a number of pointsdzs and trump has gone up one point.
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hillary, 49, and donald trump 39. i know we're a long ways away from the election, what do you think about the numberer? >> here's what we saw, donald trump had a bump coming out of his convention and hillary clinton had a bump coming of the convention and 70% of the american people want a change in direction. so hillary clinton and tim kaine are embracing the third term of obama. that's holding o they represent quo. >> all right. so let's take a look what the other networks are saying about you guys. they're not talking about hillary clinton and the $400 million. here's what they're saying. this is what the other people are saying. the bottom line, trump campaign in chaos says one network. >> a party in panic. >> the other says they're in chaos. what is the reality after trump's seeming blunders on how he handled the purple heart, the screaming baby, going after --
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you know, going after the khan family? >> the reality, this is a united campaign. donald trump knows he has to take his -- >> but you were disturbed about the series -- donald trump's decision to do those things i mentioned, am i correct? >> we have a united campaign. we're in sync with the candidate. mr. donald trump knows what he needs to do. we had a great month of fund-raising, record month. >> $90 million? >> more like 80. we have a 50-state political operation, adding people every day. this is a strong, unified team. we're unified with the candidate. >> is there a truth that there is an intervention being staged? we heard rudy giuliani saying you focus on hillary clinton, we'll focus on everybody. newt gingrich says he hasn't made the switch from primary to general election and reince priebus is hoping there's an
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bertion to reset the campaign. >> i think this is silly talk from the clinton campaign. they're pushing a lot of this. but mr. trump speaks with his -- he has number of advisers, number of friends he speaks with. mayor giuliani, newt gingrich, with reince priebus. by the way, he did a great job with the convention. a lot of this talk is just bluster and silly. >> speaking of reince priebus there was a story ricochetting around the internet yesterday, they're talking about a doomsday scenario. let's figure out how to kick donald trump off the ticket and reince priebus said that's a complete media invention. nothing to that, right? >> nothing but pure fiction. >> how does it get started and wind up on the facebook pages? >> well, the clinton campaign is great at working the contacts. not every network is as fair and
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balanced as fox news. >> you're right about that. >> so 70% of the americans according to this fox poll are in the trump camp. mitt romney had 90%, hasn't been able to win. how does it help for donald trump to say i'm not there yet when it comes to supporting paul ryan and said i never really liked senator john mccain? how does it help and does it disturb you when the candidate does that? >> the important thing to keep in mind is that donald trump is more different than any other candidate. >> true. how does it help? >> he came out of a competitive 17-way primary. i think we're bringing more people on board. here's what it will come down to, brian. what kind of justices do we want nominated to the supreme court? do we want to stop the iran nuclear deal? do we want to lower taxes and reduce regulations? we don't want eight years of hillary clinton. that would be disastrous. think of what the country would look like if we have eight years of obama and then hillary
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clinton. >> a little while ago you talked about it was a long time until the november 8th election. right now, for the next two or three weeks people are talking about the olympics, thinks like that, zika, who has it, who doesn't have it. but ultimatelical come down to when your candidate is on the debate stage three times with hillary clinton and i heard that it will be a very clear choice, which path america wants to go down. everybody is going to have to make that determination. >> well, i think what we'll see is a very clear vision for mr. trump and the contrast couldn't be any clearer. mr. trump is not someone who has been in politics, he hasn't been playing the washington games. hillary clinton has been a professional politician, someone who has been in politics for 25 or 30 years. do you want to keep things the exact same way now? you have a candidate in hillary clinton. if you want to change things and move america forward, you'll want donald trump. >> to get you to respond some news of the day, "the wall street journal" has a report that there are officials in the
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department of justice that were not happy about president obama's decision -- state department's decision to send over $400 million to iran that many are calling ransom money. what's donald trump's response to this story and how does he win on this headline? >> this is a disgusting and repulsive development. the fact that the $400 million payment and there's $1.3 billion left to go. this puts a bounty on folks on who foreign governments capture. let's be clear where we're going to with iran. this is the world's largest state sponsor of terrorism. who's to say that that parts of the $400 million haven't been spent to kill people in the western world? this is dangerous to put that much money -- >> how many a-bombs could that buy? i read online four. >> this is helping them build nuclear weapons, not stopping them. >> paul manafort said yesterday on the channel the candidate is
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in control of his campaign. i'm in control of what i'm supposed to do, but do you believe the candidate has all the right answers? who has the influence within the organization to tell this businessman who got the nomination, defied logic this is the tactics going forward? can anyone tell him anything? >> donald trump is definitely running his campaign and paul manafort is the lead of the campaign for implementing mr. trump's vision and helping to communicate that with the american people. >> right. >> we have a great structure, a good support structure. we have people both inside theal campaign, hope miller, good, core teams which there are many more beyond that. but national figures, the newt gingrichs, rudy giuliani, these are people -- >> they have influence. >> they share their voice. i think that's people like. these are big-idea people. there are a lot more than that. we have some great foreign policy advisers. in fact, coming up on monday,
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mr. trump will be in detroit talking economics and i look for some good developments as well. >> jason miller, thank you for dropping by the couch. >> thanks for having me on. at 38 minutes after the hour, we turn to heather nauert with a look at what else is making news. >> hi, good morning. we have brand-new details and video coming into the newsroom. showing the chaos as a passenger plane crash landed on the runway. it erupt into a fireball. take a look. that new video coming in to fox news shows passengers scrambling for the door. jumping down the emergency slide trying to escape. just moments before that plane exploded. >> jump, go, go, go! jump and slide, jump and slide. >> well, sounds like she said jump this way. well, you can see just feet away, one of the engines burning
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just moments before that plane that erupts into a fireball. investigators now say that the landing gear for that plane was not down when the plane hit the runway and that's what caused the crash and the explosion. it's not clear if there was a mechanical problem or if the pilot forgot to engage it. one firefighter died responding to that, but all the crew and passengers escaped safely. back here at home, a series of earthquakes now shaking up the west. moderate tremors felt near reno, nevada and no reports of major damage. in california, another story we're following. two wildfires continuing to grow at this hour. one burning near the big sur area. that's 25% contained. another fire burning near wine country. it scorched nearly 5,000 acres since it sparked on tuesday. stop and take a look at this video this morning. a police dash cam in oklahoma catches two cops struggling to arrest a credit card fraud
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suspect when the suspect attacks the officers, kicking and a punching them and even reaching for their guns. well, then out of a nowhere a good samaritan jumps in to help the officer to tackle them to the ground. the hero bystander asked to remain anonymous. it's been kicked out of places like arlington national cemetery, the holocaust museum and even caused this confrontation at a veterans memorial park. >> these are like [ bleep ] gravestones right there. a [ bleep ] gravestone. >> no, it's not. >> believe it or not, you can get college credit for playing pokemon go. oh, my gosh, really? the university of idaho, what are you thinking? they have started a new class called pop culture games to get students out and about on
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campus. the school says the goal of the class is team work and leadership skills. >> right. >> those are your headlines. >> fantastic. >> really? >> thank you very much. i read a story yesterday that apparently the pokemon go thing was taking people to somebody's yard. they go into the backyard. he's like get off my yard. >> have you down load it? >> no, i have this thing called a life. >> me too. i haven't played it yesterday. >> do not do it. >> thank you. all right, meanwhile, the hits just keep on coming as the general election shifts into high gear. watch this. >> i think the republican nominee is unfit to serve as president. >> i think he's the worst president maybe in the history of our country. >> okay. so they disagree. what do the voters think? brand-new dials with lee carter next only here. looking forward to that a brand-new campaign promise from hillary clinton. >> i'm telling you right now we're going to write fairer
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first one you choose, lee? >> the first one to talk about is when donald trump talk -- likened hillary clinton to the devil. >> let's roll it. >> he should not have made a deal. he would have gone done and done something really important. once he made that deal -- and believe me he has buyer's remorse. if he would not have done anything, go to home, go to sleep, relax, he would have been a hero. but he made a deal with the devil. she's the devil. he made a deal with the devil. >> wow. so, the independents didn't mind that at all q. >> they didn't mind it. but you saw it dive when he said she's the devil. they said it's just too far. even chris christie said it was too far. so you know that somebody who's able to attack like he is still says too much. republicans b-plus and independents c-plus and democrats -- >> that's the thing, when you don't write anything down, that's what happens.
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you ad-lib. i'm not saying he wants it back. the president of the united states with the prime minister of singapore to his right, decides to talk about donald trump front and center. listen to this. >> yes, i think the republican nominee is unfit. to serve as president. i said so last week. and he keeps on proving it. >> so you can see there democrats obviously off the charts. they gave it a b-plus but independents and republicans gave it a "d" or a "f." they said a sitting president, especially president obama should not stoop to the level. they give others the ability to, but don't want to see obama do it. but regardless it has an impact. >> you think he's going after trump this way, but he went off mitt romney and john mccain to a degree that way. and trump slammed obama over the way he's handling the ukraine. >> i think he's the worst president maybe in the history of our country. i think he's been a disaster. he's been weak, ineffective. you look at this so-called
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recovery it's setting record lows. i guess not since 1949 has there been anything like it. look at home ownership. look at what happened -- as an example. he talked about ukraine. i believe i know far more about foreign policy than he knows. look at ukraine, he talks about ukraine, about how tough he is with russia. in the meantime, they took over crimea. >> you can see that the republicans gave it an "a." and democrats an f fo"f." the voters are willing to give him the benefit of the attack, he has to stay on message. he has to attack obama and hillary, but without going too far. >> right. the only thing that's going to get his attention is to see a massive drop in the polls, he's trailing by ten nationally. the battle grounds will reflect the same thing and the reason is because of self-inflicted wounds. >> very much so.
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hi, friends. good morning. i'm anna kooiman in for ainsley earhardt. this is a fox news alert. breaking right now, an american woman murder. could it be terror? brand-new details and a live report in moments. meantime, the mainstream media piles on to count him out. donald trump says, hey, not so fast. >> the campaign is doing really well. it's never been so well united. >> well, what do the polls show? brand-new number live from the campaign trail coming up. plus, hillary clinton has a
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brand-new campaign promise. >> i'm telling you right now, we're going to write fairer rules for the middle class and we are going to raise taxes on the middle class. >> oh, finally, less money for the middle class. just what they want. fantastic. so many times, like honey, what do i do with all this money? i wish someone would take it from me. mornings are better with "friends." all right. we have a fox news alert for you right now. an american woman brutally murdered in a bloody knife attack in london. >> brand-new information coming in as we learn more about the suspect himself. >> that's right. benjamin hall has breaking details. benjamin? >> reporter: yeah, hi, guys. the investigation at the scene has moved on. the forensic tents have been taken down, the blood has been washed off the pavement and now the investigation moves on to who is behind this brutal attack?
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scotland yard said it was a 19-year-old of norwegian-somalia descent. he moved here at the age of 5. he showed no sign of radicalization, they're preferring to focus on the quick response time by the police. this continent has been on an intense edge. what we're learning now this is a random, spontaneous attack. it left an american dead and an israeli and a brit in the hospital. the attacker is under police custody. he has been charged with murder. they will be trying to get as much information from him as possible. again, that health -- mental health argument from one side, but others are looking for other issues. we don't know what was behind the motive, but we do know that this is carnage here in the center of london last night. a heavy tourist district. many hotels just around the corner from the british museum. so london which is a city on edge at the moment which has geltd the -- has felt the sharp
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edge of attack. >> benjamin hall, where it's middle of day. no sign of radicalization and unlike other instances of terror he didn't yell anything. like allahu akbar before he started to do it. and now the race to the white house, brand new polls are painting a new picture and trump is trying to get back on track after a week of campaign chaos. >> and peter doocy has more from portland, maine. >> reporter: new numbers show trump behind, but enough new cash to stage a comeback. trump is at 39, and clinton at 49. this was conducted on sunday between tuesday. this comes on bank statements, the donald trump camp raised $82 million last month. much of it comes in small amounts and that puts them just
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$8 million behind the democrats and the clinton team july's total of $90 million. as for a change in strategy to make things even closer, some high profile republicans are said to be stage an intervention with trump to stress the importance of steering clear of controversy. newt gingrich and rudy giuliani and reince priebus are all reportedly part of this effort to right this ship and their push from the outside comes amid further reports of unhappiness inside trump's campaign, but trump who had big turnout at two florida rallies yesterday insists that all is well. >> i just want to tell you the campaign is doing really well. it's never been so well united. we started on june 15th i would say right now it's the best in terms of being united that it's been since we began. >> reporter: and trump is on his way to new england for a rally
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at this auditorium in portland. his third trip to maine this year already. since maine is only one of two states, the other being nebraska that can split up their electoral college votes among different candidates the trump play may be for one electoral college vote. that shows how close his team thinks it could be in november. >> all for one. >> a lot of time there. thank you. well, last hour we -- our producers were watching the different monitors of the different tv networks and look at this. abc, trump campaign in chaos. nbc, trump campaign in chaos. not just the mainstream media, but karl rove was on "the o'reilly factor" he doesn't know if donald trump will last until the debates if he has more disastrous weeks. >> i understand that cbs played our whole primetime lineup saying the same thing last night from bill o'reilly to sean hannity to i assume with megyn.
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>> so we had jason miller with the trump campaign. he was sitting here about 45 minutes ago and we asked him about, you know, is there something going on there? why all the headlines? this is what he had to say about this. >> i think this is just silliness from washington or from the clinton campaign. i have to give them a lot of credit, they worked the contacts in the media to push this. but trump speaks with mayor giuliani and reince priebus and newt gingrich and this is a lot of just talk and muster. >> look at what hillary clinton has said, keep in mind on sunday morning she sat down with chris wallace -- actually, it was taped the day before. but essentially lied about what james comey had said. >> that everything was truthful she said about her e-mail server. how many times have we seen the
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exchange that hillary clinton had with trey gowdy? >> right. >> or excuse me, comey had with trey gowdy refuting the claims she made about refuting or sending classified information on her own server. >> but that speaks to one of her core problems, trustworthiness and honesty and that would be a big story if the mainstream media would cover it. >> but trump is to blame for it. he's shot himself in foot for four straight days from the khan story, to the crying baby story, to -- >> to the purple heart. not endorsing ryan and mccain. >> hillary clinton doesn't seem to be learning that you have to be somewhat candid with the media, when it comes to james comey. everyone saw it. inside the clinton camp they're saying, mrs. clinton, you have to stop creating your own
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problems by saying that things -- that the skies are all blue when it comes to your e-mail situation because it creates more issues which is another sub story to this thing. >> with jason on the couch, he said it's a long time till november. you know, people ultimately they feel will make the determination when they see hillary clinton and donald trump on the stage and figure out okay, which path do we want to go down? do we want to do something different in which case go with the businessman. if you want to do something exactly like barack obama, then vote for hillary clinton. >> the guy i don't believe -- i don't believe it's any rumor or innuendo, but i understand that reince priebus is beside himself with the attack on fellow republicans and is really good -- his really good friend paul ryan and he let donald trump know it directly and that happened yesterday. see if that message sunk in. >> we have paul ryan's challenger who's going to join so stick around for that. yep, on the other side of the news headline break, with
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heather nauert. you have breaking news for us. >> that's right. out of phoenix, arizona. folks there are certainly on edge this morning. the search for a serial killer in phoenix is intensifying at this hour. police believe that this man killed seven people and has now tried to kill again. a ninth shooting taking place. that one appears to match the killer's pattern. this time a man and a 4-year-old child were shot at in a car. thankfully, they were not hurt though. the suspect who strikes at night shooting people at their homes, appears to be using different cars to commit the crimes. the fbi is now offering a $50,000 reward leading to information -- looking for information leading to an arrest. well, chilling new details emerging about a d.c. metro cop accused of helping isis. the first american officer to face those types of charges. the fbi had been watching nicholas young for years now.
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they said he made threats against fellow agents and they never took him seriously. well, he was stockpiling weapons and he had a past of torturing animals. they say he gave $200 of gift cards to an agent posing as an isis supporter. he has ties to others, including a man who threatened the producers of the tv show "south park." remember that whole controversy, they depicted muhammad in a cartoon and this got them a bunch of death threats. he had connections to the man who planned to blow up the capitol. he faces 20 years in prison. donald trump adamant about one thing in this election season -- >> i'm afraid the election could be rigged. >> the department of homeland security is confirming that electronic voting machines complicate cyber security and they're actively working to protect them from getting hacked this year. well, the massive security concern coming a fr a string of -- after a string of
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embarrassing security lapses in the dnc e-mail. and did hillary clinton get caught telling the truth here? >> i'm going to tell you we'll write fairer rules for the middle class and we are going to raise taxes on the middle class. >> we're going to raise taxes on the middle class, awesome. and warren buffett is back there behind there, clapping his hands. we're give her the benefit of the doubt and assume she meant lowering the taxes on the middle class. she didn't correct herself and the campaign has not yet clarified. what do you think of that? did she mean to lower the taxes on the middle class? >> you know what's telling about this, she's standing right next to the teleprompter. there were teleprompters right there. was it in the script? >> or did she accidentally stick it in? >> why isn't that a big story? >> if you're the one who loaded the teleprompter, tell us. we'd like to know the true story. we don't want to pursue the story. we want the story to come to us. >> 11 minutes after the hour.
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we know speaker ryan, he has been on this program many, many times. we invited him on today. who are you? >> you know, i'm a guy who probably like most of you, your moms told you you'll be judged by what you do and who you hang out with and i'll tell you a short one about a navy sniper, chris lace. he had the opportunity to go to capitol hill and see speaker ryan and of course he wanted a photo-op with him. but that neat what chris lace wanted. he wanted speaker ryan to put veterans first. and what is one of the first things that speaker ryan did in office? he took money from omnibus, took money away from veterans and gave it to illegal aliens. >> how did he do that? >> well, he took money away from the veterans it's a matter of public record. he engineered a bailout for puerto rico for the very wealthy
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mall owners in puerto rico and what ended up happening there was those are the same people funding amnesty. so a navy s.e.a.l. goes to washington and asked him to take care of veterans first, what does he do? he takes care of hedge fund people and illegal aliens. >> so that's part of your campaign that you're waging against mr. ryan. we wanted to ask you a little bit about the back and forth between ryan and donald trump. i believe on monday, donald trump sent out a tweet, thanks @paul nehlen for your records. i like paul, but these are hard times for our country and i'm not there yet regarding whether or not he'd support paul ryan with an endorsement. i have a question for you, i know that wisconsin is an open primary state. are you banking on a lot of democrats crossing party lines to vote for you, to try to get rid of the most powerful republican in the house? >> i talked to everybody in
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wisconsin and all of them are looking for wisconsin's independence day. i think mr. trump looks at paul ryan and says, hey, who he's hanging out with? he's got his strings being pulled by paul singer, one of the hedge fund investors that benefitted from the puerto rico bailout and the wisconsin pensioners had a lot of money tide up in those bonds -- tied up in those bonds in puerto rico. you know, the architect of amnesty, one of paul ryan's senior guys, dan senor is a never trumper. he is comparing mr. trump to hitler. look at hillary clinton and her slogan is i'm with her. that should be paul ryan's slogan because he's certainly not with mr. trump. so i'm not surprised that mr. trump says he's not quite there yet. because what paul ryan is doing is borderline treasonness.
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when you take money away from veterans and give it to people like paul singer and illegal aliens i'm not surprised at all that mr. trump is not there yet with mr. ryan. i'm not there. >> well, paul ryan endorsed him and then he decided to pull it back. i wonder what donald trump is thinking. i guess the smartest thing you did was compliment donald trump. >> well, look, all i did was i wrote a letter that said, this whole controversy with the khans is ridiculous. here are the facts. i gave facts. absolutely verifiable facts. donald trump appreciated that. it's really no different than holding the door open for somebody. he said, thank you for holding the door open. and i said, hey, no problem. >> well, he's running to win in that district on tuesday. thank you for joining us live. once again, we -- >> love the show, thank you. >> thank you. we did invite speaker ryan to appear today and he declined. coming up the key to the
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happy marriage is revealed. the link between happiness and unhappiness is booze. >> oh, boy. even hillary clinton supporters are attacking this plan. one of them joins us live next. >> bernie sanders and i will work together to make tuition free for the middle class and debt free-for-all.
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hillary clinton made a lot of big promises last week at the dnc including this one. >> bernie sanders and i will work together to make college tuition free for the middle class and debt free-for-all. >> well, not so fast, her plan already under attack from some of her biggest supporters
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including our next guest. a college president who says it could put her school out of business. the president of washington university and a clinton supporter, patricia mcguire, joins us right now. good morning to you. >> hi, steve. great to be here. >> so hillary clinton is talking about free public education. wait a minute, you're in the private college business. why would that impact you? >> right, well i decided i had to speak out because my students are being left out. in fact, trinity like many small private universities educates a substantial percentage of low income students. 08% -- 80% seven pell grants so why would you leave out the schools that are doing the best work with those on the margins of education?
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doesn't make any sense. >> and your worry -- and this is what bernie sanders had been running on all along, free public education. you're worried that all the money, the grants and the scholarships and whatnot that have been going in your private education in your case will now go to fund this gigantic cost of free education in the public sector. >> well, that sounds. it sounds like the federal government is going to pick up the slack because the states have stopped investing in their own private institutions. number two, federal financial aid policy has not discriminated against students based on where they go to college. federal aid policy has always allowed students to choose the best college for them. and many private colleges are the best fit. >> sure, absolutely. when you talk private college you're not talking about the ivy league schools but schools like yours. i know you're a hillary clinton supporter. i know the clinton campaign watches this program. what's your message to them? >> don't leave out the low income students who are thriving
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in the women's colleges, the catholic colleges, the religiously affiliated.te histo colleges, the art and the music schools. all of the students deserve the opportunity to have the same kind of benefits that students in public schools have. do not reverse 70 years of policy. >> there you go. somebody who knows this. patricia mcguire president of trinity washington university. thank you very much. >> thank you so much, steve. >> all right. what do you think about that? e-mail us, foxandfriends.com. coming up, clint eastwood unleashed. he gives his take on trump, hillary clinton and a little bit about the chair. and a police chief says all lives matter and now the police officers have those words on their police patrol cars. hear from him coming up. she's sweet as pie. here to show us the twist on an
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get back to great with the right gear. from the place with the experts. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great. i've got mr. obama sitting here and he's -- i just was going to ask him a couple questions. how do you handle promises that you've made when you're running for election and how do you handle the -- how do you handle it? i mean, what do you say to people? what? what do you want me to tell romney? i can't tell him to do that. he can't do that to himself. i never thought that it was a good idea for attorneys to be president anyway. because i think it's maybe time -- what do you think, for maybe a businessman, how about that? >> well, that was clint eastwood
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talking politics four years ago. >> by himself. >> why was he talking to the chair? according to the brand-new interview with 86-year-old clint eastwood sits down with his son at esquire, everyone is talking about mitt romney is fantastic. then he heard that neil diamond song "i am i said" where no one heard it all, not even the chair. he thought i'm going to have a conversation with the chair. and he did. >> good thing "sweet caroline" wasn't playing, or he would have been having a conversation with an invisible woman. >> strange conversation. but the reason we're having it is because of this interview in esquire. he's talking politics again and he said that donald trump is his candidate. here's what clint eastwood said. everyone is secretly tired of political correctness, and he said that everybody is walking on eggshells. we see people accusing people of
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being racist when i grew up those things weren't called racist. >> well, he's political. who does he like, trump versus clinton? he said i have to go for donald trump because she's declared that she geesing to follow -- she's going to follow in obama's footsteps. there's too much funny business on both sides of the aisle. she's made a lot of dough out of being a politician. sounds like clint eastwood is on the trump train. >> not afraid at 86 to get excommunicated from hollywood because he's in control. >> i can't believe he's 86. >> i know. a legend. all right, 27 minutes -- >> speaking of a legend. >> indeed. >> hey, heather. >> is that me, i'm a legend? >> yeah. >> thanks, guys. good morning, good morning to you. it's 33 minutes after the hour. a couple of headlines right now. a police officer escaping death with just moments to spare. the windshield of his cop car, take a look at this. completely destroyed after a metal pipe bomb explodes. that blast happening just
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minutes after the officer parked in front of his home in maryland. incredibly no one was hurt. police believe this was a personal attack, but so far no arrests have been made. this is only minutes away from the presidential retreat in maryland known as camp david. well, terrifying video you have to see to believe. a gang of muslim migrants firebombing a city bus. watch this. gosh, where do you think that was? that was in paris, france. that gang hurling molotov cocktails into that bus, torching the vehicle during a riot against police. 15 people were on board at that time, and luckily they made it out safely. no back here at home, all believes matter that's the message from the mischief in edwards, mississippi. chief torrance added to the back
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of the police patrol cars and he joined us earlier today with that message. >> we have all black lives matter, and all blue lives matter. well, all lives matter whether you're muslim, hispanic, asian, jewish, black or white. all lives matter so all lives matter at the end of the day. we're all god's children. >> well, he says despite a few negative reactions, the majority of the reactions have been positive. well, cheers to this, drinking alcohol could be the secret to a happy marriage. >> i have a little secret. i'm drunk! >> i am too. ever since we had our kids it only takes one sip of wine. >> i feel so good and confident. i feel condi fant. >> that's it. what a great scene. older married couples who drink together are happier than those who don't. doesn't matter how much they drink, as long as they do it together. raise a glass and a lot of us
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can relate to that. those are your headlines. let's head outside to maria molina. she has a look at our weather today. >> hey, there. we have extreme weather to tell you about, starting in the tropics. where earl has been downgraded now to a tropical storm, where maximum sustained winds at 65 miles an hours. the big threat with it also is that it has so much moisture, so significant rain is in the forecast here we're anticipating 18 inches of rain. so flash flooding and mudslides are a big concern out there. meanwhile in the southwestern u.s. the american u.s. monsoon season is continuing. because of the flood watch we have a lot of flood watches in effect. and temperatures are going to be hot yet again across parts of the plains and the lower mississippi valley. now back to steve and anna.
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>> and our next guest is making deck adent dessert really easy. >> author and host of "real girl's kitchen" haylie duff is joining us. "cooking with friends." >> how are you guys? >> great. we love your show on the cooking channel. she didn't know how to cook until she moved into the nice house in los angeles with a beautiful kitchen. >> isn't that funny how that works? my mom saw my takeout menu in the drawer and shamed me up and down. time to start cooking. and i tried it through trial and error. that's how my blog came about. i was sharing kind of my mishaps. >> unbelievable. >> now i'm sharing original recipes. >> you have grilled poundcake with cream cheese and peaches. sounds like something we'd eat down south. >> i'm from the south too. i love that. >> you must be all about the grilling if you're from the south. a big part of southern cooking
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and life in general. for me, i love grilling from the summer. one of my favorite things to do. so philly cream cheese and i have partnered up to do a fun snack on the grill. embracing it with something sweet instead of the savory things we do. >> let's go over to the grill and find out what you're grilling up. >> peaches are amazing in the summer. slicing them in half, putting them on the grill with some poundcake. >> how can you tell when a peach is done? >> you know what? it doesn't have to be done. i kind of am looking for the beautiful grill marks. >> oh, that's pretty all right. >> i'm mixing orange juice with some sugar. swiping it across the top of the peaches. it's giving it a nice carmly -- caramellization and the glaze on the top. >> nice. >> then our philly cream cheese, by the way, they have so many good flavors right now. >> what's better than cream cheese? >> i'm so as dikted to -- addicted to some of these.
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i like the olive and vegetable one. but this one is like literally it tastes like a fresh peach. smear it on top like this. i'm not going to be shy with it, because i love this stuff. there we go. >> and then? >> then we're literally laying the peaches on just like that. >> it's that simple. >> so simple. >> this would go nice with ice cream. >> and get creative with this too. if -- somebody mentioned earlier balsamic and peaches is a great combination. honey on top. whatever you want to do. >> i need to put one of these on there. extra of -- >> this is great for breakfast. >> i won't disagree with you. if you want to eat this for breakfast, good for you. >> who wants poundcake for breakfast? >> that's right.
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>> want to try one? >> do it during the commercial. check out haylie duff, the host of "real girls kitchen." and anna? >> very good. bite number two going in. donald trump never backs down or shies away from controversy. will that strategy take him all the way to the white house? we examine the strategy coming up next. and the robot gadgets that will clean your house while you relax could soon -- well, they could set you back a hundred bucks, possibly. but not today. we are giving you a special "fox & friends" discount. try 67% off. megan meany always having a good time. more deals coming up. enter, so onsite teams can count on early warning of approaching weather. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. because safety is never being satisfied. and i quit smoking with chantix. i have smoked for 30 years and by taking chantix, i was able to quit in 3 months and that was amazing.
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we have got a quick look at some of the headlines making news on this thursday morning. one massachusetts woman is lucky to be alive after a pole smashed through her windshield and miraculously she lived. you can see the pole just inches away from the driver's head rest. the woman blacked out behind the
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wheel before crashing into a fence. another car and ultimately that pole. and she's still in hospital. a record breaking flag mural in the state of florida is now the world's largest, painted on a marina in destin, florida. the mural is just shy of three football fields long. fantastic. all right, brian? a "wall street journal" on ed is looking at donald trump's strategy in his run for the white house. bill mcgern writes this, trump is perpetually on offense. think of him as the kevin kelly of politics. he never punts, he looks at every game as a four -- every possession as a four down possession and he's playing the same game. he hardly backs down even when he's wrong. and the author is here to expand on that and a former speechwriter for george w. bush.
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a coach that says i have four downs i'm not punting on the third down. he doesn't return punts, right? he's all offense all the time. >> right. he believes the most important thing is to have the ball and be on offense as opposed to worrying about denying your opponent field position. >> he doesn't careopponent does. even if he has to get a fourth down at least at his own 25. >> when you play that kind of offense you'll be embarrassed sometimes. fourth and three in your own territory, interception, they run for a touchdown or something. so it can get ugly with some busted plays. he has back-to-back championships. >> you think is -- >> i think donald trump is always on offense. he's always on offense. as a whole, i think that's a good thing. i think it's the x-factor in this election because democrats have never faced it. but in the last two weeks or so, i think he's aimed his offense at some of the people on the
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sidelines rather that onnen the playing field. >> whether it's the debates, the fire marshal, a crying baby. or whether -- >> the news should be favoring trump. inspector general's report on mrs. clinton's e-mails the 1.2% growth economy, ari fleischer says he should stop calling her crooked hillary and calling her 1.2% growth hillary. all of these things should be dominating the news, but he's giving the critics all the stuff to keep what should be a one-day story into a two week story. >> and how about a visit to the white house if you win? he loved it. always love offense @donald trump. he's having fun with this. are you amazed whats we're looking at -- at what we're looking at right now? >> i think so. i think donald trump is just a divisive man. he's divided a lot of people. a lot of disagrees among any colleagues about what the best strategy going forward.
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whether he can win and so forth. that mirrors the country. >> yeah. i think so. also when you look at the polls there's now a ten-point gap. >> right. right. i think, look it's clear, donald trump has hard time dropping the mike. let it go. >> yeah. >> and you'd think some of his family members would be telling him that. >> for the people who are hearing the personal attacks and on donald trump and thinking it's never been like this before, remember they went after romney personally and talked about how dangerous sarah palin was. >> the idea that we like all the nice republicans before and donald trump is different, i mean, i lived through the bush years at the bush white house and the attacks were vicious. so they only like republicans when they have lost and are no longer a threat. >> right. and donald trump hasn't lost and he's very much a threat to the power in the white house. bill mcgurn, thank you very much. got you in early today and so you can punch out at 4:00. coming up straight ahead, they look like a -- looks like a
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well, here's one for the road before we go for today. did hillary clinton finally get caught telling a truth? >> i'm telling you right now,
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we're going to write fairer rules for the middle class and we are going to raise taxes on the middle class. >> well, who's with me? warren buffett, apparently. we assume she meant lower taxes on the middle class and she didn't correct herself. turns out no one was paying attention at all. >> stephen says, going to raise the taxes because she has to pay for the free college. you don't see the socialism you are dumb and blind. >> by the way, a lot of private colleges don't understand how to pay for it. >> they can't, we just learned. mitch says to be fair it sounds like she was supposed to say, raise taxes on the middle class, screwed up. and maybe she went raise the taxes on the upper class. >> the rich are terrible people. i hate them. >> yeah. >> ice, ice baby.
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tomorrow, all american concert series brought to you by expedia. >> going to be a great program. >> all right. i'll go. >> see you tomorrow, everybody. bill: thank you, guys. good morning, everybody. an update on the state of the race today and a brand new fox poll in the race for the white house. hillary clinton running up a ten-point lead on donald trump as multiple reports suggest top trump insiders are ready to stage a, quote, intervention. what about all this? welcome to thursday, i'm bill hemmer. how you doing, liz? liz: doing very well, the latest fox news poll shows clinton ahead of trump 49-39%, though both candidates are viewed as deeply flawed. the poll was conducted during what many have described as a terrible week for donald trump. trump insists everything is just fine.

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