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just like the 8:00 a.m. >> and yellow cab. last night i was in austin, texas. sean hannity had his town hall with donald trump. so i went up on stage afterwards to interview him, to interview hannity about what happened and what he thought and how it went. and he had a message for you guys and for the crowd that was still hanging out afterwards. >> all right. >> all right. brian, anzly, who picks ainsley? i want to say hi to brian and stephen. >> stephen? are you his mother? >> brian and steve. and i watch the show, as you know, every morning. >> thank you. >> actually he calls me stephen james, just like my mother. >> he does? >> good man. and he is watching. sean, thank you very much. >> you call your sons peter and you'll call pete peter sometimes. >> i do. >> yeah. >> i understand it. >> so you -- not only did you talk to sean -- >> yeah. >> interact with the people, you talked to somebody else. >> before the town hall, i got an exclusive with donald trump.
watch this. >> so lot of people are saying you had your best week yet. how do you keep it going? >> i guess just keep doing the same thing. we're making a big speech in an hour that's going to be amazing. we have 15,000 people waiting. and it's been really an amazing period of time. >> you're calling for a special prosecutor to investigate the connection between the clinton foundation and the state department. why is that important? >> well, just take a look at what's happening. this is out of control what's going on with our country from the standpoint of justice and what's supposed to be happening and law and order. and you look at all of these acts where she is 100% guilty. everybody knows she's guilty. she knows she's guilty. she lied all over the place and it's almost like she can just do whatever she wants to do. i think it's so unfair. it's so bad for our country, ainsley. >> now we're hearing someone with the clinton foundation, the coo was making phone calls and left about 150 voice mails for the chief of staff with the state department when hillary clinton was secretary of state. >> i just heard that also.
it's beyond belief. and all these people -- first of all, they're not supposed to be setting up meetings. take a look at what's happening? take a look at bahrain or wherever it may be, they get a lot of things for this. those meetings didn't take place to say hello. those meetings were -- they want to talk turkey. these people aren't there to say it's a wonderful day, the weather is beautiful. and you just follow up those meetings whether it's missiles or planes or maybe something personal. lot of things happen from those meetings. >> i went to indiana on thursday to interview governor pence and be with his family. i had all these messages saying you were going to baton rouge. we delayed our interview. i want to hear about that experience and what you thought about the president going four days later. was he doing that because you set a precedent? >> well, he went very late. he could have left his golf game. he could have played early. could have played early and gone in the afternoon. i expected that would happen.
and for him to say i want to finish my whole vacation, who gets it? look, who gets it. it's ridiculous and now the waters are gone, the floods are gone, there's devastation. the people are amazing people. but those people deserve to have their president go a lot sooner than he went. and it certainly lost its impact. it was really sad. and it was to play golf. he wanted to play golf. >> immigration. you're here to talk about immigration. we met a lot of families who lost their kids by illegal immigrants. what's your message? when will you roll out your new plan? >> we'll have strong borders. maybe trump won't build the wall. we're building the wall. the wall will be built. it's easy. we're building the wall. you have tough standards. you come into the country, it's tough. when you come in from syria, this is really going to be tough. you know, hillary clinton is allowing thousands and thousands of people -- and obama.
but she wants to have 550% more than obama is allowing. people are coming from syria. we have no idea who they are. they have no paperwork. they have no nothing. we don't know what we're getting. could be isis. we don't know what we're getting. so we're going to have a very strong border on the southern border. we are going to let people in, but they're going to come in legally. as i've been saying for a long time. >> good interview. he is absolutely right. as we told you on this program, when isis is rolled into different towns in syria, they knock over city hall and take all the passports, the blank ones. and they take passport printing machine. the people who come from syria, there's no expectation that those passports are true. >> you're absolutely right. he also talked about the momentum going forward because people were saying he had the best week of his campaign so far and how happy he is with his new campaign team. >> yeah. and that allowed hillary clinton to be the story for the last ten days, and she's provided a lot to talk about. and has been leading our show. it's going to be fascinating when he finally comes out with
his immigration plan. in order to get the hispanic vote, many people say the hispanics that are here for 30 years came here illegally but have contributed to society want a pathway. and a lot of -- the hispanic vote really hinges on that. other people say that shows you're flip-flopping and you're more like jeb bush. it will be tough. >> it will be fair and humane. >> they're going to build a wall. he was emphatic on that. >> let's hand it over to heather for head lines inside. good morning to all of you. we have breaking news coming into our news room right now. that death toll has now risen to 38. it was a 6.2 magnitude quake. it rocked central italy over night. we are now getting some brand new video, showing the frantic search for survivors, including this man trapped under a mountain of bricks, pleading for help. the man you see above the bricks telling the trapped victim that help is on its way.
also, a brand new chilling picture shows a mother holding her terrified young son and this man is lucky to be alive after he was rescued from under a pile of debris. witnesses calling this an apocalyptic scene. tears running down faces as they realize what's left of their home and this just in, another earthquake. this one rocking burma near the border of india. we're working to get more details and bring you the very latest. back here at home, ha rambe, now the cincinnati zoo is deleting its facebook and twitter account after a series of jokes and memes about the dead gorilla, harambe was shot back in june when a boy got into
his enclosure. this one, four girls spelling out harambe with their shirt for the school picture. the jokes keep it from moving on with that picture. >> ryan reynolds, the actor not shy on the big screen. >> oh my god. why are you -- >> don't look at me. don't look at me. >> i don't understand. >> just go. >> bye. >> please. >> nice tattoo, by the way. >> it's a funny movie. when it comes to twitter, the actor taking a different approach. he is responding to a fan's inappropriate tweet, that's what he calls them, politely turning down fans with innocent, comical responses. apparently fans have been pestering him. he wrote things like this -- sorry. just holding my infant niece in my arms for her baptism right now. just saying good-bye to my nana,
any moment now. #withtheangelssoon. >> good way to combat inappropriate tweets. >> thanks, heather. hurricane down in those parts in, what, ten years? >> you know, i do want to start out quickly with some severe weather, because we have been talking about flooding in louisiana. fortunately we do have a bit of a break now with that rainfall, but yesterday we had a tornado across portions of the midwest and that storm system bringing in yet again another severe weather throughout across parts of iowa, missouri and also extending into illinois. here is a look at the storm system you're talking about. it is forecast to intensify, potentially tropical depression or tropical storm coming up in the next few days. it is going to take a few days
because the environment is not really favorable for it to intensify, but eventually once it exits that region and moves across the atlantic near the bahamas, that's when it could be intensifying. anyone across the southeastern u.s. needs to keep a close watch to the tropics. now it's wednesday, we have our science trivia question, but, steve, you beat me to it. the question is how many years has it been since the last hurricane landfall in florida, a, three years? c, ten? or d, 15 years? >> was brian listening? >> i'm going to say, no. is that the question? >> no. >> i will say, c. >> you're right. correct. it was ten years ago. >> steve just said it. >> i'm so sorry. >> thank you, maria. >> i like that one. we always get it right when you give us the answer before. >> there was a time when they were getting a hurricane every minute. >> meanwhile on this wednesday, hillary clinton's e-mail was just won't go away and karl rove is here to react to the latest bomb shell that happens to
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social media and saying my niece brought this home from school today. what is happening to our country? well, he never expected the outpouring of support that he got online, and now the school is changing the wording of the opt out request. >> that uncle, micah braden joins us right now. micah, what prompted you to go public with your social media to put this up there? >> what the heck, right? i mean, i was just in complete shock. i thought it was a joke at first. i told my sister-in-law that i wanted to post it on the internet. i thought it should be out there after i found out it was real. and if you just look up there at the top line, it says -- pledge of allegiance request. not pledge of allegiance waiver or opt out. so, it came across to me as a
permission slip. >> sure. >> and that's what blew me away. so i just want to be clear that i don't think any child should be forced to stand or say the pledge of allegiance, but my personal feeling is that out of respect they should stand even if they want to do so in silence. another thing -- >> every kid should stand up for the pledge of allegiance as long as you're in this country. >> right, right. another thing i want to say, i haven't heard anybody talk about yet is that when the parents are going to send home these waivers and opt out their kid, well, what if that kid in their own patriotism wants to stand for the pledge of allegiance, then what? >> sure. >> are you going to have the teacher tell the student to sit. divorced families, when the mother and father don't agree, one signs it, the other doesn't. it will be a big mess. we've been bending over backwards enough in this country.
i was fed up with it. it was very overwhelming. overwhelming support and i'm glad it got out there and woke some people up. >> micah, i tell you what, apparently it's a state law down in florida where you have to send this thing out. they passed it. we did get a statement from the leon county school district that says -- superintendent received several messages from the community in regards to this process and upon further inspection made the decision to remove the form and revise the code of conduct booklet. we apologize for any confusion the form may have caused. so good for you. you actually got this thing changed. >> i was happen to see that decision. what next? american flag out of the schools? >> where do you draw the line? absolutely. >> the currency is coming if you don't make a stand. >> don't blame the school system. blame the state government because the governor did sign it and he is republican. >> this is the way they interpreted -- the school districts interpreted the law. it will be interesting to see if it happens anywhere else.
micah, thank you very much for joining us live. >> my pleasure. thanks for having me today. >> there you go. facebook works. meanwhile, he became a household name as one of the most inspiring contestants on "dancing with the stars." now this war hero is opening up about his war experience. how losing a arm and leg did not stop him. he joins us live next on "fox & friends." welcome back. >> nice to see you. ♪ american soldier xrcç&éíuv8f9>
ballroom. ♪ ♪ american soldier ♪ american >> now in his new memoir, living with no excuse, noah galloway opens up about losing his arms and legs during the iraq war. >> he joins us again. good morning to you, noah. >> good morning. >> out of everything you went through, how hard was it to be so candid, honest and open? >> it was really hard because i had to relive those moments. i had to go back and admit mistakes that i made over and over again, but i said it was necessary to put it in the book. it's a piece of the puzzle, those who know the story, i was on the cover of men's health, did all the marathons, lost it in iraq, but they don't know the depression that i went through and the mistakes i made. >> know warks you were telling us earlier that you had to share some embarrassing moments and personal stories. give us one of those. >> i wrote an entire chapter about spending ten days in the
county jail. and i got there by driving under the influence. that's an embarrassing thing to have to admit i was doing something like that. i'm very thankful it was only getting arrested that i dealt with. spending ten days in the country is one of the many things that happened that kept pushing me forward to want to do better. >> ultimately you hit rock bottom. that's when you made the changes. >> yes. >> it wasn't one particular thing, there were several things i knew i had to get better. i kept causing these mistakes in any life. >> how did you get better? >> the main thing that was my main focus were my three children, my two boys and little girl. i wanted to be a better father. i wanted to represent them well and show them what a man should be. that was kept guiding me. >> lot of people watching now broken marriages. you did have two divorces. >> yeah. >> and a fiance who is no longer your fiance but you're friends with all of them. >> i am. >> you're proud of that. >> both of my ex-wives. i'm close with them.
i have children with them. jamie, my fiance was a huge help. we were very close. we ended up going in different directions. thankfully we realized that before we got married. >> what is your advice? >> this book, i was so brutally honest. it was hard to do, but i want people to see that you're not ao loan. when i was in those moments, i didn't share with anybody. i thought i was the only one going through it. i hope people can see this, see my mistakes and see that, they're not the only ones going through that. then you can get help, move forward. there's a light at the end of the tunnel. >> you've been on the program before. we talked about the men's health cover and "dancing with the stars." you struggled with a lot of stuff, it's called living with no excuses. know warks thank you very much for joining us. >> good. >> thank you. >> we wish you all the best. >> thanks for your service. still it continues. straight ahead, hillary clinton's e-mail woes will not go away. karl rove is here to react to the latest bomb shell. that's karl. ♪ al is touching a ray.
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good morning to you and your family. it is wednesday, august 24th. i'm ainsley earhardt. this is a fox news alert, a deadly earthquake rocking italy, at least 38 people are dead. countless more are buried. and one mayor says this town is simply gone. reduced to rubble. the dramatic rescues under way right now and very latest, we are live in italy. then donald trump hammers hill bomb shell about her charity -- >> it's disgusting. it shouldn't be allowed. what's going on with hillary clinton, there is no justice in this country. >> can this scandal lead donald trump to victory in november? karl rove is moments away. >> yes. and a family boat ride turns into this mom's worst
nightmare -- >> our boat crashed and i have a baby still under the water. please, god, send someone now. >> her baby under water for an hour. how did she survive? that family joins us for their first interview live in a matter of moments. let me remind you whether indoors or outdoors, whether you have clothes on or not, your mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ it's a beautiful morning >> oh, yeah. it was on this day in history on august 24th that the guy who patented the waffle iron got his patent and today on our plaza, we've got comfort inn and comfort suites offering free hot breakfast and waffles to organization community service groups all across the country. they'll join us shortly to tell
you how you can wind up with free breakfast if you make that your choice on this wednesday morning. >> waffles changed america. >> gave us a waffle house eventually. >> that's right, it did. we used to have waffle house wednesday in our high school. go there before school on wednesday. >> before that, it was a house wednesday. >> that's right. it smells so good here on this saturday. >> it really does. >> make some waffles. so you can smell what we smell. >> we're outside because it's a beautiful morning. it's 74 degrees right now many midtown manhattan. we go inside right now to studio e and heather joins us with an update on that horrible earthquake out of central italy overnight. >> right. we've been following this story throughout the evening and right now we have some breaking news details. sadly the death toll in that devastating italy earthquake now stands at 38 and is expected to rise. the powerful 6.2 magnitude quake rocking central italy in the middle of the night as people there were sleeping. we have some brand new chilling video just into our news room showing the frantic search for
survivors, including this man. you can barely see him. he is trapped under a mountain of bricks, but you can hear him as he pleads for help. listen -- [ speaking in foreign language ] you can also hear the hear the other man telling the victim that help is on the way. look at this horrific aftermath from the sky, the city's mayor simply describing his town as gone. and then a chilling picture of this man who simply lucky to be alive this morning after he was pulled out from under a pile of debris. witnesses describe all of this as an apock liptist scene. tears running down the faces of victims. they look at with horror with what's left of their homes. now we're getting new information about another earthquake that struck over night, this one 6.8 magnitude,
this happening in burma, just moments away near india. right now we're working to learn more details and bring you the very latest on the two earthquakes as they unfold. another fox news alert right now. a new show of force from north korea coming in overnight. that country launching a ballistic missile from a submarine. it flew about 300 miles before it crashed into the ocean. this comes as the u.s. and south korea start a new round of joint military drills in the region. norad says the missiles did not pose a threat to the united states. >> back here at home, "the new york times" the latest possible target of a russian cyberattack. the hackers breaking into an unknown number of journalists e-mail accounts, inclupding other u.s. media organizations. those were also targeted. the fbi now say that it's likely to be the same hackers who were behind the dnc cyberattack that had a role in bringing down debbie wasserman schultz at the dnc. it's not clear what type of
information was stolen from the reporters or why. the clinton campaign claimed the dnc hack is proof that the russians are trying to help get donald trump elected to the white house. and this video just may give you chills. take a look at this -- well, you can see that little boy as he gets hugs from these police officers. that young man lost his police officer father. he was greeted by an army of replacements on his first day of school. those police officers lining up in the hallways in amarillo, texas, to wish him good luck. he looks like he's about kindergarten age or so, and then he walked happily into his classroom. those boys in blue do a nice job of standing up for one another and supporting one another's families. >> thank you very much. >> i love the low and high fives at the end. >> so cute. >> thanks, heather. >> thanks. joining us right now is karl rove. he's been following this election like nobody else. his analysis is invaluable.
you know him deputy staff of george w. bush. first off, over the last two weeks, karl, you've been a tough critic of donald trump in the past. do you think that they've gotten on track? >> i think they're going more in the right direction, yeah. i thought he had a good week last week. giving speeches from teleprompters, so he could drive home a message for that day. i thought the visit to louisiana was entirely well done. low key, focussed on the people there. didn't try to make a big splash with it. as a result, made a big splash. >> sure. >> i think the new management team, at least kellyanne conway, seems to be moving things in the right direction. >> yeah. karl, it came out today, 85 of the 154 non-governmental individuals who have access to hillary clinton while she was with the state department, they were also giving money -- they were donors to the clinton foundation. what was your reaction about that? >> pretty jaw dropping because realize this is only the first
two years of her -- only half of her term as secretary of state and half of the private individuals, more than half of the private individuals who show up, are contributors to the foundation and they gave over $150 million at least. this is after in january 2009 at her confirmation hearing she promised the senate foreign relations committee that she would avoid even the appearance of conflict. this strikes me as a big conflict. these were in some cases pleading for self interest. she appointed, for example, a guy who was a commodities trader in chicago. she was so -- he was totally unexperienced. totally unqualified and immediately forced to resign. but what was he this year? superdelegate for hillary in philadelphia. >> what are the odds. karl, right here outside one hour ago we had james carville on. of course he's been with the clintons for a decade. yesterday he said that if people
stop giving to the clinton foundation, people will die. he also today defended the clinton foundation and talked about how the clintons have never taken a penny. listen to this -- >> hillary and bill and chelsea clinton never taken a penny from the foundation, given it millions of dollars. the board serves without pay. it's a five-star rated foundation by charity watch. one of the best run foundations in the world. now, the idea that people involved in the foundation are also involved with public, private partnerships around the world, that's one of the things they do. so of course -- this does not count as the list pointed out, doesn't count heads of state of people in government -- >> so he's got no problem because they're doing some good work, according to him. and charity watch. >> well, charity navigators, a group that evaluates charities, criticized long ago criticized the foundations for spending too little on programs and too much on overhead, including some $40
million to move the clintons around the country. now, he may be right that they haven't taken a penny, but their lifestyle has been subsidized by it. and i believe chelsea clinton is actually now on the payroll of the foundation. look, this is stinky. sure they do good things. but they do good things in a bad way and in a way that makes it sound like it's quid pro quo. remember the canadian guy who gives several hundred million dollars, he does so after bill clinton flies on his airplane to kazakhstan in order to convince the kazak government to give him some concessions. he buys significant amount of uraniyuuranium assets. all the why giving money through a canadian front group to hide the names of the individual donors even though she said she would be completely forthcoming about every single donor in the foundation. now, look, this provides too many opportunities for conflict or at least the appearance of
conflict. either one of them undermines public confidence and trust in the president. if she is elected, they need to shut it down. no more using good quote good works to subsidize their lifestyle and put themselves in a place that looks like a conflict of interest and is a conflict of interest. >> wherp you were talking, i looked up it felt like it was raining for a second. there's a window washer machine 14, 15 stories up. maybe we can get a picture of that. >> we're not foaming at the mouth. real quick, let's talk about louisiana and the president showing up yesterday. two weeks later, doesn't really matter that much. you do remember how when he was the senator he hammered your ex-boss george bush. is he right it doesn't matter that much when you show up? >> well, it mattered a lot to them now. bush was actively involved in everything connected with katri katrina, pressuring the state and local officials to call an evacuation, talking to them
constantly, organizing federal resources, going there three days after it happened. this president -- this current president then criticized him saying it was, quote, passive indifference. well, we had this president, president obama so critical in 2005, stay on his vacation, have ten rounds of golf, spend a day at a private beach, go out four nights in a row out on the town, attend a hillary clinton fundraiser and then after his vacation is over he goes to louisiana and say i'm here, your president. so i think passive indifference was not an appropriate remark to describe president bush, but it is a good self analysis for president obama. >> sure. donald trump was able to go down there. we tried to get some pictures of him at certain events, but he said, look, it's close to the press. he didn't want to make it a campaign thing. >> i thought that was well done. >> incidentally, happy waffle day. >> thank you. >> you may not know this, but waffles have a presidential
connection. >> what do you mean? >> president william mckenny fell in love with his future wife when he saw her eating -- >> chocolate chip? >> excuse me. cream dough in ohio. she was tucking it into such gusto that he fell in love with her and eventually married her. >> is your book still available about william mckinly? >> it is. the trials of william mckinly. >> great. fantastic. >> karl, thank you very much for joining us from austin, texas. >> thank you, karl. >> thank you. by the way, up about 15 stories there's the window washer device. >> switching gears on this wednesday. coming up, fox news rocking italy overnight. at least 38 are dead that we
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reddi-wip. share the joy. you are looking live at a frantic search for survivors. it's under way right now after a powerful earthquake rocks central italy over night. >> the last few minutes we have learned the devastating 6.2 mag tud quake is responsible for 38 deaths including a number of children. >> now you're looking live at italy, that's where amy kellogg has finally gotten there. as you were saying, amy, it's worse than you thought. >> reporter: oh, yeah. brian, apocalyptic scene there. the major said earlier the city is destroyed.
i can confirm it is completely. i'm standing next to a sign amatrice, one of the most beautiful cities. this city is devastated. people are in tears. they're in shock. what i find really interesting sort of as a side bar is that this surrounding areas are completely in tact. here i know there are different areas across central italy that have been affected. you look to one side and there are houses up right and on the other, just mounds and mounds of rubble that came down over people's heads at 3:30 this morning as they slept. it is absolutely devastating. streets here are choked with rubble and glass and nails and wire, making it incredibly difficult for those rescue and recovery personnel to get through. the hospital here had to be evacuated. it's falling apart from the earthquake. there are hospital beds and equipment all over the streets. they have to be taken somewhere
else. it's a high up here in the hills. it's not easy to get here. the whole situation is just absolutely devastating, brian, steve and ainsley, back to you. >> they went to sleep, amy, everything was normal and they woke up to this. >> reporter: yep. one guy said -- one was quoted as saying that he was so lucky he had a really early shift because he woke up and had -- it was a matter of seconds, seconds that he had to be alert enough to feel the tremor and get out of his house. he said had the timing been even a few seconds different he surely would have died because people are in a deep sleep at 3:30 in the morning and may not have heard the preliminary rumbl rumbles. there were several aftershocks. another concern is more aftershocks. the scramble is on to continue to look for any possible
survivors and pull bodies out of the rubble and try to make it somewhat safe here for everyone else who has to do a bit of work to clean up. back to you. >> amy, from the images we're looking at, it looks like the architecture in this particular part of amatrice where we took the pictures, looks like buildings build 100 years ago. it's not like they knew how to build buildings to with stand earthquakes back in the day. >> reporter: no. this city or this town dates back to the 12th century. there's incredibly obviously old monuments, old buildings. they weren't prepared for earthquakes. they didn't have the technology to prepare for them. other parts of italy in this region have made enormous advances in technology and from experience and have sured up all sorts of buildings and hospitals, but there are places that have been untouched by that. >> okay. amy, thanks so much. we'll check back. we appreciate the first-hand reporting. we change gears when we come back. a family boat ride turns into
♪ >> she stops mid song after seeing a soldier sign that said, three combat tours, your voice was the last thing i listened to every night. thank you. >> wow. great story. >> meanwhile, a night out on florida's indian river, turned into an absolute nightmare for one florida family when their boat flipped after hitting apparently some power lines. then they called the police. >> i'm in the river. our boat crashed and i have a baby still under water. please god, send someone now. >> incredibly baby kennedy was found safe and sound with her life jacket on floating in an air pocket underneath that over turned boat. her parents call it a miracle.
we are joined with kennedy, 23 months old kennedy right there and her 7 month old sister charlotte. along with one of the officers who rescued kennedy matt rush. good morning to all of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> brian, let's start with you. what happened to your boat on friday night, 10:30 p.m. >> so we were traveling north on inner coastal waterway. we were heading back home. we had some relatives, my father and mother in town from pennsylvania and we had gone -- taken the boat out to meet them for dinner. we were heading home. it was dark. and we hit a guide wire from one of the power poles that crosses the river and it overturned the boat and put us all in the water. >> okay. so you're all in the water. the boat is overturned. it's pitch dark. tammy, at what point did you
realize you were missing kennedy? >> immediately. i woke up in the water holding charlotte and i saw the boat upside down and i knew i didn't see brian and kennedy. so i tried to get kennedy -- tried to get charlotte on to the boat quickly and then brian popped up on the boat and pulled her up and helped me up then we knew that kennedy wasn't there. >> and you had no idea where she was. and then you placed that 911 call which we just heard a moment ago. officer rush, let's talk about when you joined the search. tell what you say you heard eventually. >> eventually when we received the call or when i was already in the water? >> tell us about once you were in the water and you heard -- you heard baby kennedy. >> we heard myself and another sergeant heard the baby crying
underbeneath the boat. i dove out on a boat that we were in the water earlier. once we heard the crying underneath the boat, myself and the other sergeant got in the water and were looking underneath the boat, trying to clear it, find out where she was. once we located an actual spot on kennedy's position, i moved over and i went under water. came back up. and went back underwater again. i did some blind sweeps feeling the back of her leg. i came back up again and took another breath and went back under and that's when i pulled her completely out of the center console of the boat and pulled up ut out of the water where she was turned over to the sergeant. that was on our rescue boat. >> thank you very much for doing your job. >> absolutely. >> officer rush nat, that baby
alive thanks to you and your brave colleague. tammy, this is nothing short of a miracle you say. >> absolutely. i mean, it's just -- we've been able to meet all the rescuers and it's it's a parent's worst nightmare. then for matt to pull her out from under the boat, it's a dream come true. you know, it's an absolute miracle. >> absolutely. thankfully -- you had the wherewithal to make sure that everybody was wearing a life preserver and that also is what saved your lives. brian and tammy and kennedy and charlotte and officer rush, thank you so much for joining us today from orlando. happy ending to a terrible story. >> absolutely. >> thank you. >> was a miracle. >> absolutely. >> thank you. meanwhile, next up on the run down, donald trump pulls the crowd on his immigration plan down in texas.
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important politicians this election season, but despite being on tvs all across the country the cute little barber there cutting governor's mike pence's hair had to ask who he was. >> this all happening during pence's visit to norris town, pennsylvania and in front of a mass amount of reporters, you would have think he would have asked the reporters or the camera guys, now, why are you all in my barbershop? >> right, right. >> he has a job to do, but let's hope for his sake he wins over that barber because he needs pennsylvania. >> pennsylvania. i wonder -- we need to ask one of the reporters there, i wonder if mike pence left a tip and how much it was? >> i'm sure he did. certainly he would. certainly he would. you saw his daughter over there watching. he is such a humble guy. he is such a guy nice. he wouldn't care if the barber didn't know who he was. >> good news like that you don't have to tip the shampoo girl because there is none. >> that's right. donald trump was out in austin, texas last night.
he had a couple town halls. he gave a big speech, and he pulled the crowd. watch this. >> so the bad ones, the gang members, all that, what do you think? anybody disagree on the gang members? >> no! >> so now we have the person 20 years been an upstanding person, the family is good, everyone is great do we throw them out or do we work with them and try -- >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> ready? >> number one, we'll say throw out. number two, we work with them. number one, ready? >> number two? >> work with them. >> right? >> yeah, he said he's going to work with them. >> so he said the people here find a pathway to citizenship. lot of conservatives say you can't do that. jeb bush is somebody who said, yeah, let's find a pathway, so
did george bush. they were not supported by the republican party. maybe things are changing. >> we have to see what he decide to do. that was sean hannity's town hall. part two is tonight. you have to stay tuned for that. >> yep. >> i got a chance to talk with donald trump right before he went on stage with sean. take a listen. lot of people are saying you had your best week yet. how do you keep it going? >> i guess just keep doing the same thing. we're making a big speech in an hour that's going to be amazing. we have 15,000 people waiting. and it's been really an amazing period of time. >> you're calling for a special prosecutor to investigate the connection between the clinton foundation and the state department. why is that important? >> just take a look at what's happening. this is out of control. what's going on with our country from the standpoint of justice and what's supposed to be happening, law and order. and you look at all of these acts where she is 100% guilty. everybody knows she's guilty. she knows she's guilty. she can do whatever she wants to do. i think it's so unfair. it's so bad for our country,
ainsley. >> now we're hearing someone with the clinton foundation, the coo was making phone calls and left about 150 voice mails for the chief of staff with the state department when hillary clinton was secretary of state. >> i just heard that also. it's beyond belief. and all these people -- first of all, they're not supposed to be setting up meetings. when they set up the meetings, take a look at what's happening. take a look at what is happening whether it's bahrain or wherever it may be. they got a lot of things for this. those meetings didn't take place to say hello. those meetings were they want to talk turkey. these people aren't there to say, gee, it's a wonderful day, the weather is beautiful. and you just follow up those meetings whether it's missiles or planes or maybe something personal. lot of things happen from those meetings. >> i went to indiana on thursday to interview governor pence and be with his family. when i got off the plane, i had all these messages saying you guys were going to baton rouge.
i want to hear about that experience and what you thought about the president going four days later. was he doing that because you set a pres zment. >> he went very late. he could have left his gochl game. he could have played early. he could have played early and gone in the afternoon. i expected that would happen. and for him to say i want to finish my whole vacation, who gets it? look, who gets it. it's ridiculous. now the waters are gone. the floods are gone. there's devastation. the people are amazing people. but those people deserve to have their president go a lot sooner than he went. and it certainly lost its impact. it was really sad. and it was to play golf. he wanted to play golf. >> immigration. you're here to talk about immigration. we met a lot of families that lost their kids by illegal immigrants. what's your message? when will you roll out your new plan? >> we'll have the wall 100%. somebody said on one of the shows probably trump won't build
a wall. the wall will be built. it's size. and we're building the wall. we have very tough standards. you come into the country, it's tough. when you come in from sere yarks this is really going to be allo thousands ands of people and obama. we have no idea who they are, they have no paperwork, they have no nothing. we don't know what we're getting. could be isis. we don't know what we're getting. so we'll have a very strong border on the southern border. we are going to let people in, but they're going to come in legally, as i've been saying for a long time. >> he has been saying that. ainsley, he's giving these one hour speeches one after another. all the town halls. any indications -- >> when he sleeps, i don't know. >> is he exhausted? >> he seems to be fine. all of his staff says he can handle it and they don't see him sleep. it's amazing the stamina he has. i don't know. he has four rallies, two town halls, two rallies, all in one night. crazy. >> they plan on doing a big series of immigrations speeches
and they cut that back. kelly anne said this schedule was in place before i got here. i'm thinning it out. this week he is smart to let hillary clinton negative headlines be the story. >> you're right. that's why people say he's had the best week yet. >> he apparently cancelled a couple of events that were upcoming. >> oregon, colorado. >> what will he do instead, if anything