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take her purse. the suspect is okay. now facing several charges, the ugly, the massive fish deciding not his time to die as a fisherman in the czech republic attempted to set the fish down on the ground to take a picture of it the carp flapped out of his hands back into the water. rob: out of time. "fox & friends" starts right now. see you later. heather: bye. >> healthcare is working along very well we could have a big surprise with a great healthcare package. >> i spoke with the president and he and i came up with an idea that's a break through. this would be to separate this into two bills. >> there is not much of a consensus to repeal obamacare. they should admit this is not a bill that radio l. repeal obamacare. it's a bill to fix obamacare. >> president trump's traferl ban is set to take effect. >> home land security department now issuing new rules for international flights coming into the country. >> this announcement we send a clear message that inaction is not an option. >> interview with susan rice
has raised some new questions. >> she strongly suggests her race and gender played a role in the heat she faced dating back to benghazi. >> if anything cnn is getting worse by the day. >> people hate the media. they hated jim acosta going bananas at the press conference because the big mean press secretary won't let turn camera on him. >> i'm in favor of placing jim acosta with elmo at the white house press conference ♪ ♪ ♪ it's america. steve: welcome to america's number one cable news show up here on the mezzanine level studio f. en. ainsley: joel. hi. we talk about joel.
there he is. also on our couch this morning anthony scar scaramucci. you decided to come to us and not cnn. >> i had a lot of choices. ainsley: first time he has talked since the story was retracted. brian: good news is president promised jobs and you are a witness that you finally have a job since you sold your company. steve: this is great news. >> could have gotten bureau of labor. good thing. brian: finally off the doll. >> thank god. steve: talk about your new job in just a minute. thanks to a story that cnn did earlier this week, a bunch of people got fired. and they have changed their editorial standards. they said that you were involved in a preinaugural meeting of sorts with some guy from -- a russian vert. you said the story was all wrong. apparently cnn agreed didn't meet their standards. it was fake news? >> was it fake news? i did meet with a person.
i was at the world economic forum. i was in a restaurant. the person came over and shook my hand. i think a reporter snapped a picture. i think the first part of the the fake news potential senior trump official meeting with somebody from the russian fund. that was not a quote, unquote. meeting, planned meeting. anything like that. it was really an interaction with him in a restaurant. brian: what is your thought as you begin to find out that you might be that foirvel and that brief encounter was what they were talking about. >> well, first of all, i thought the whole thing was unfair. i think senator warren questioned steve mnuchin about it at his confirmation hearing. again, it's more of this nonsense that goes on in washington where have you this sandalscan scandals incorporate. brian: you are it. all of a sudden you are the target. >> i'm target but the flip side is i also know in my heart and soul i haven't done anything wrong. so what ends up happening is
if you have got good character, you have a strong backbone can you hold yourself up against these people and that's exactly what i did. ainsley: important to get a lawyer. threaten them. >> i think all of that stuff, ainsley was exaggerated. i had a couple conversations with senior staff at cnn. i made it very clear to them the story was not accurate and it was defamatory story. i he reminded he them in my gep back ground there is a famous case "new york times" vs. suleman. talking about a character and saying something not truthful then they have defamatory action. it was not true. needed to be reaction. i didn't go to sue them or anything like that. i think that got a little bit overblown to be honest. steve: something going on over at cnn and their parent company time warner they are trying to merge with at&t, 85 billion-dollar merger. the last thing they would need is a great big lawsuit right now. >> certainly that's the case, steven. what i will say is that they moved quickly.
once they realized that they got the information wrong and hopefully this tighten up editorial standards not just at a place like cnn but other places. my biggest issue with the whole thing is i would like to focus on the president's agenda. i would like to focus on what he is doing for jobs, the economy, how we're going to fix the healthcare situation which will eventually implode upon itself if it is not fixed. i want to focus on must could no don't like too hit personally and i don't like getting hit personally. bryan brian the president has a harder time doing anything if this russia thing continues to cycle itself. he said it there is a cloud over it you would be an addition to that cloud. some argue -- wrongly, i should add. you would have had a different job had another erroneous story not been out there earlier. this has got to be frustrating for a guys who ha made all his living in the business world. >> it doesn't matter to me.
like i said to the president in our personal conversations i would like to serve him, like to serve the american people. the role of the job that i have is not as important to me as the overall mission. and so for me, the russian situation, i think, is a bunch of nonsense. i have said that i have said that on other networks. steve: ben jones said the same thing. >> he said it. steve: big nothing burger. >> that probably could be the news about the russian story. brian: what do you mean? >> i think it's a bunch of nonsense. i would like it to stop. certainly was nonsense related to me. it's probably nonsense related to others e and the big point about the whole thing is that the president has a great agenda for all the american people, democrats, republicans, race, color and creed doesn't matter. this president is going to do a phenomenal job for the american people. ainsley: what's your reaction to the way the mainstream media is covering the russian collusion and the way they are covering his campaign and his presidency? >> okay. so i am not a journalist.
but i did play one on television on your sister network. i hosted wall street week. so i have some empathy for journalism in terms of the race to get the news out and to put the thing together and beat the competition. but what i do think they have to do now is have more checks and balances in the system. they have to be more prudent about what they are saying about people because i think you're going to leave your own reputation behind. you're going to potentially damage the reputation of the people you are talking about. but once you start to lose your integrity and your reputation as a news organization. people starter to get tone tone deaf. brian: just want to ask one question. what was the president's reaction to you when this started of coming down if you don't mine sharing it i know you are cool, calm, and collected, but he wasn't in his tweets e i wonder what it was like one-on-one. >> this is the big irony of the president. he has a phenomenal temperament. is he very cool, calm and collected. i think these tweets he puts
out are quite strategic. brian: mad? >> listen, private conversation with the president so it's probably important to keep it private. i do think there is some level of vindication not just for the president but for the entire team that this is a bunch of nonsense. we need to focus on our agenda. we have got this phenomenal agenda we are going to roll out on behalf of the american people. one of the best lines the president gave in the campaign which i love is we're going to be winning so much people are going to get tired of winning. i think we decided none of us are going to get tired of winning. let's get the agenda out there and help et american people. that's the reason why he left this unbelievable lifestyle here in the city of new york and manhattan to serve the american people. let's work on that. steve: let's talk a little bit about the president's agenda. healthcare. republicans say behind the scenes they have got until friday to come up with a new plan. do you think that's realistic? >> well, i mean, listen, that's another thing i love about the president. he is audacious guy. he has very big goal as it relates to curing these problems. he wants to get tax reform, steve.
this is a critical component to that my prediction is they will get a deal done. i do think it could be element tall where it comes in phases. all sides recognize that obamacare, the affordable care act as it's currently configured is going typically employed on itself. take measures to protect that and the american people. i'm confident we are going to get a deal done. i think the best legislative aid that the white house has no, offense to anybody, is the president. this guy is masterful when it comes to pulling people together, working on a negotiation and trying to get people to meet in the middle. i think is he going to get it done. brian: how close is tax reform? >> well, if we get this done and let's assume that we do. brian: you have to get it done first or put it to bed? >> i sort of feel that we do because the way the cbo work. again, the president is a cautious guy when it comes to numbers. i think steve mnuchin is also a cautious guy. if you look at the footprint of steve gary and gary cohn and the president. getting this done first and
then rolling that out i think is a really good sequencing. and he will win in a landslide in re-election. he gets these two pieces done, he is our president right through 2024. i believe it's going to happen. ainsley: i know you have been appointed to new job chief strategy officer of export import bank. what does that mean for the american citizens watching? >> the bank is an interesting thing. it's 83 years old. it basically was set up in the 1930s to frankly help the expoor station oexexportexporti. >> only been two weeks but as strategy officer come up with best idea for that bank going forward basis. how it can help the american people. some people in congress want to shut the bank down. brian: some republicans did. >> some republicans want to shut it down it basically hasn't been lending any money for the last two years. and i think the president probably wants to have an idea of where he wants to go with
it and hopefully we will be able to present them with an objective solution for the bank long term. but i love the people at the bank. i have been there for two short weeks and it's a great community inside that organization. ainsley: you have been in finance your entire career, correct. >> i have been in finance. sometimes on a couch, sometimes on auto therapy couch but yes i have been in finance the last 29 years. steve: have you had to sell your company. have you taken a gigantic pay cut. why did you decide pluck service was something you he wanted to do at this point in your life. >> i'm not going to sound like a boy scout here. i think that this president and the mission he has he is historic opportunity for the american people and to just have the opportunity to serve him and the american people, i think nibble in my position that loves the country as much as i do would want to do it, steve. brian: import/export bank get your new atm. >> export/import bank.
brian: export/import. send it out get it back. en. steve: congratulations. ainsley: thank you. congratulations. steve: we have headlines don't we jillian? jillian: we do. good morning to you and to you at home as well. the president's travel ban begins tonight after the supreme court ruled earlier this week some of it could take evening. only travelers with close business or family ties will be allowed into the u.s. for these six muslim majority countries. the voice hav visas that have ay been approved won't ebb revoked. the supreme court final vote on the ban in october. homeland security secretary john kelly calling u.s. bound flights the crown giuliani target fojewel for terrorists. vetting and detection and rooting out threats to airlines. airlines that fail to follow the rules risk an electronic
ban. take a look at your headlines on this thursday morning. we have more headlines coming up later in the show. ainsley: whatever it takes to keep us safe. thank you, jillian. steve: big travel week. this is what susan rice first said when asked about the obama administration unmasking team trump. >> i know nothing about this. steve: well then she came clean. but now she has a new excuse and she blames her race and her gender. brian: she has to pick one. ainsley: only democrat won a special election in the trump era hasn't shown up for work yet. where is he? steve: right there. ♪ ♪ ♪ hey, bud. you need some help? no, i'm good. come on, moe. i have to go.
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too many things with it too many bells and whistles. brian: if you didn't like it before, since six years when you got obamacare. it's probably more of a challenge. >> no disincentive for overuse. no co-pays no. deductibles. in states that have the medicaid expansion emergency room visits rupp by 9%. hospitals like that because patients that used to be uninsured now have medicaid card. they are flocking into the ers to get services they don't often need. did you know, brian, 15% of medicaid patients are prescribed an opioid every year? now, that's the doctor's fault for overprescribing. but medicaid allows doctors to overprescribe and that's one of the secret stories that we're breaking right now is that the opioid epidemic is tied to medicaid as an enabler. doctors are the problem. medicaid is enabling it. brian: dr. siegel, if you put new charge of fixing it, where do we start? >> back to basic services. what does a person need? there is a lot of disabled patients.
a lot of children on medicaid. really poor people really need medicaid. do they need a wheelchair every two years? i don't think so. i want to scale back the excess. and as medicaid director verma has said quite smartly let's have premium buy ins for the medicaid expansion states for services. how about a bridge to jobs program. brian: what does that mean? >> it means if you want more than the basic services. brian: okay. >> and have you some income, okay, we're talking about the medicaid expansion states, then you can pay a premium to get more than you would just freely be given. and, also, we need bridge-to-jobs program in the medicaid expansion states because people that don't have jobs, brian, get their medicaid card and they say i don't want to give it up. i don't want to give up that medicaid because i can't afford to take that job i won't get as good as healthcare. i'm talking about medicaid expansion states and i completely understand the bill wants to peel that back.
i get that i predict that a compromise will have to occur. i think the democrats and the republicans have to come together and get a deal going where medicaid is reformed, revamped, scaled back, and then maybe kept in those states. brian: yeah, we have to see because a lot of states are doing well without the medicaid expansion like wisconsin. in ohio we can't live without it someone has to make sense of this. dr. marc siegel thanks so much. >> great to sigh. brian: next on our rundown, she lied on all the sunday shows about benghazi, remember that then she lied about unmasking team trump. now susan rice says i know why, because racism and sexism may be to blame for the controversy. are you buying that? we'll explain. and a disgusting display. the american flag set on fire. who would do this? we'll tell you. ♪ ♪ if you hang outside ♪ don't come in ♪ i'll only run and hide
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house majority leader kevin mccarthy sent him a letter this week saying if he doesn't start working soon, he should quit. all right, ainsley, over to you. ainsley: thank you, steve. she lied about the terror attack in benghazi and lied about unrolling unmasking members of team trump. now former national security advisor susan rice is suggesting recent scrutiny on her is due to her race and her gender. in an interview with new york magazine she says, quote: what do you think i do not leak to the simple explanation, that is only about race and gender. i'm trying to keep my theory to myself until i'm ready to come out with them. so does she have a snoint here to debate this is free think jamil foster and jamila bay. thank you both for being with us. >> thank you. ainsley: camille, i will start with you. do you think she is using this sexism and racism? is she using that to blame the
media for her lies? >> unfortunately become conventional for folks to use race or gender or allusions discrimination on that basis as a dodge to not talk about the issues that are substantive. and i don't want to overstate the case here. i am skeptical of a lot of more overwrought claims about benghazi, i'm a lot less concerned about some these other things. but, the fact of the matter is, the reason that she has come under scrutiny is because she was a high profile obama official. there is zero evidence whatsoever she has come under unique scriewt any because of her race or gender. it doesn't matter how many times people state the fact that she happens to be a woman or that she happens to be black stating that fact is not proof a of discrimination. ainsley: jamila she went on five sunday shows. she blamed a video. we learned the truth after that. she said bowe bergdahl the deserver was serving with honor and distinction. that was false. he was charged with desertion. then she said during spy gate that she doesn't know anything
about unmasking that turned out to be false. she later said sometimes she did you know mask that she wasn't leaking though, and it wasn't for political purposes. so she lied. those are three different examples of her lying at the national level. so can she blame sexism and racism? >> first of all, i'm glad that camille admits that many of the claims around benghazi were, indeed, overwrought. i know we are dealing in fact here. what i do want to point out, however, is that the fact of the matter of susan rice being an african-american woman doesn't mean that that had no bearing upon how she was treated by senators, by the media and so on. we know there's a great body of evidence and research that illustrates that women do come under more scrutiny for doing the same jobs that men do. we do recognize this. and we can look at it. >> but why not appeal to the facts here?
there are was any discrimination in this particular case. i think we can just talk about that. >> as susan rice in her interview says i'm keeping my theories to myself. did the fact of who i am have something to do with that perhaps. >> not so indirect accusation. >> we look at the ways nancy pelosi is treated. and we look at the way sarah palin has been treated. women do face undue scrutiny. >> this is nationally politics. this isn't particularly interesting. let's stick to the facts and talk about the substance. you and i agree there great deal about benghazi that is overwrought. i will tell you what is not overwrought about benghazi and broader libya policy and the failure of the obama administration foreign policy and quite frankly many ways. >> jim carney was the press secretary at the time. >> james carney was a mouth piece for the administration. >> who should have taken more of the heevmentd. ainsley: let me stay with our topic.
>> okay. ainsley: condoleezza rice how do you think she was treated because susan rice said she took the same heat. she just said she is taking it worse. do you agree with that? >> i don't know off hand to be honest. i think that condoleezza rice, when we look at portrayals of her in international media, in u.s. media, calling her a raven and, you know, the whole military boots thing, the secretary of state of the united states had to defend a fashion choice that was actually a really fierce one, i think that looking at the way women are boxed in and the way that appearance and sue per plus things actually have to be discussed at all is something that we really should be advancing beyond. ainsley: you know, camille, i can understand when you are talking about gender when you don't get equal pay and dhifned thing. when she didn't do her job and
she lies over and over and over at the national level on national television to all of us and people died in benghazi, why does it have to be about sexism? why does it have to be about racism? why can't it just be on the facts and her record? >> i think speculating about racism and gender. the most can you do there is speculate. it's easy to make those accusations. as i said, i think the real problem is the libya policy more broadly, not benghazi narrowly. there has been an extensive investigation into benghazi. lots and lots of money spent. no smoking guns it is true that they went out with half-baked intelligence and made a case that was beneficial to the administration and not necessarily on the merits. but the broader policy failure in libya is worth talking about. the administration, unfortunately is actually lead off the hook when conservatives narrowly focus on benghazi rather than talking about the fact that libya is still in disarray. the libya policy which hillary clinton called smart power but is really just failed foreign policy. ainsley: all right.
we have to bring you back if you want to talk about that then, too camille. we will be glad to talk about that. thanks camille and jamila for being with us this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you. ainsley: you're welcome. what's it like to come face to face with isis fighters? >[gunfire] ainsley: our next guest is the one that is run into the gunfire to rescue a little girl. his powerful story and his message from the iraqis to president trump. that's coming up next. and the dramatic new video showing the moment a man crashes his car right into a 10 commandments monument. stay with us. ♪ anything could happen ♪ anything could happen ♪ anything could happen ♪ anything could happen ♪ and you always laugh like you're hearing it for the first time.
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[gunfire] steve: he brought her back. incredible video shows you what it is like to come face to face with isis terrorists. ainsley: the hero in that video coming to the rescue of that little 6-year-old iraqi girl. he is former special forces operative turned into a worker, an aide worker. he has made it his life mission to help victims that are caught on the front lines of the war on terror. brian: joining us right now is the founder of free burma rangers dave eubanks. what was it about your days in the military that forced to you focus differently in the war zone? >> i think the military's great preparation to, as you said, focus on what needs to be done. not all the things that might happen but what needs to be
done, and then you think through what can you do to get it done? and in this particular mission, i believe it was god that helped u.s. military drop smoke. the iraqis tank and we ran behind it. ainsley: tell us about the free burma rangers and why this is so important it? >> was started by myself and my wife and ethic people any burma. we give help hope and love in burrma. we have 70 teams there the last toledo years we were invited to come help for isis in kurdistan, iraq, and syria. we are there. we are very small, we're the people living with the people to give them medical care and put a light on what's happening. and iraqi general said please, tell the americans, when you go back, we love you. please love us. we need your help. and i thank you for this opportunity. steve: you just told them. dave, let's talk a little bit about the video we have been looking at. it was from three weeks ago. apparently isis had come into
an area and tried to kill everybody. you noticed there was somebody over there moving and it wound up being a little 6-year-old girl. you were behind, it looks like an armored vehicle, and you don't have a gun in your hand and you just have a helmet and a little body armor and you took off. what happened? >> well, sir, i prayed. and i have two friends there. efferman sky a tank saluting. two men shooting. i had a pistol. but i wasn't depending on that. i was depending on god and running. and i just thought right then if i die right now, my wife and kids would understand. i really thought i was going to die at that moment. i ran, and i got there. i actually picked her up. fell down, picked her up again and ran back. there was two more guys that we had to go back and get after that. brian: you are all focused on the humanitarian. saving people in a war zone by really not under their volition and getting them out of trouble, correct? >> yes, sir. brian: steve, let me ask you.
you said there is a message from the iraqis. maybe for a while they felt abandoned. do they understand they are not abandoned now? >> they do sir. our military is doing a fantastic job being careful to hit isis and not hit civilians. the iraqis have done two things that really surprise me. one they have taken the fight to isis bloody battle. i have lost over 30 friends. three senior commanders. a couple of them died right next to me. the second thing is what really is encouraging to me how the she a soldiers are taking care of the sunni families who are under isis. some of them are isis families. they come out and i asked them why are you submersible. they said allah wants us to be that way. the only way we have a future in iraq is to take care of these children. steve: you mentioned your group is small. if folks out there in tv land would like to help you, how can they do that? >> first is prayer. and i thank god he is in all of our lives and we ask him. and the second, if you want to help us. again, pray how you should.
we are called the free burma rangers, working in burr marks syria, iraq and suffered stan and sometimes sudan. look it up on the website. steve: okay. ainsley: dave, you are very brave. god bless you face to face with isis. we have seen the videos what they are capable of. hats off to you, my friend. >> stay safe. >> god bless you. they love america and our leadership. i want to say that. steve: that's great. brian: thanks, dave. meanwhile, talk about love, we love jillian. ainsley: we do. jillian: thanks. i love you guys too. brian: must being a thursday. jillian: must be a thursday. exactly. good thursday morning to you. dramatic new video just released from inside a bus showing the terrifying moment a baltimore man opens fire at police. after officers stopped and boarded the bus looking for the armed robbery suspect. he pulled out two guns and started shooting three weeks ago. passengers running for their lives to keep from being caught in the crossfire. that man eventually shot dead at the scene.
but not before injuring one officer who is recovering. our symbol of freedom going up in flames. police in richmond, virginia are trying to find the suspect seen setting an american flag on fire. take a look at this surveillance footage from the horrifying act now igniting outrage. the homeowner says it's more than vandalism. it's terrorism. demanding the man is caught, saying the suspect obviously has zero regard for what our flag stands for. and a man has been hauled off to jail. accused of slamming his car into a controversial 10 commandments monument and posting it on facebook. >> freedom police say that 32-year-old michael reed who had destroyed religious monuments before is set to appear in court today. the monument destroyed just hours after it was finally put up on arkansas capitol grounds after years of debate.
a replacement has been ordered and go fund me page has been set up to finance the already raising nearly $30,000. that's a look at your headlines. i will send it back to you guys. steve: thank you very much. brian: 29 minutes before the top of the hour. graham before the obama administration spied on him? >> i don't mind if you are listening. i do mind if somebody can take that conversation and use it against me politically. brian: that's got to be a concern for a lot of the people. wait until you hear how top intel lawyers answered his questions. judge napolitano has been scrambled here and refuses to walk. he will only stand. ainsley: judge, before you take off on family vacation this summer how about 83% off luggage. that and much more on our mega morning deals just for you. steve: there she goes. ♪ vacation all i ever wanted ♪ vacation happy to get away ♪
and you can connect with a truecar certified dealer. now you're even smarter. this is truecar. tempers flaring at senate hearing on surveillance. one senior republican right there lindsey graham demanded to know if the obama administration spied on him. >> if i'm talking to the russian ambassador in the united states apparently y'all are listening. i don't really mind if you are listening. i do mind if somebody can take that conversation and use it against me politically. >> senator we have that request from you and we are processing. >> yeah like months ago. am i ever going to get it in my lifetime. >> if there is anything in this country people are entitled to, entitled to at least an answer to their question. >> if i were you i would answer my question because is he mad. [laughter] steve: i think everybody was mad there judge andrew napolitano joins us right now.
>> i was mad watching this because i come from an environment where you take an oath to answer truthfully. questioner answers your question and you don't answer, there should be consequences to that you should laugh at the questionnaire which is what we just saw. senator lindsey gram unleashed the power of spying now finds himself victimized by it and he canned get a straight answer. so what happened is that the nsa captured all key strokes and stores it someone in the white house says that conversation lindsey graham had with so and so such and such a date give us the transcript of it and tell us the proper names that are in it. that's the unmasking. does he have a right to know? of course he has a right to know. the danger is when the unmasking, the revealing of the contents of the conversation and the names of the part pants is done for a political reason, not a national security reason. that's a danger to the republic. >> that's what we believe
happened to michael flynn. there are all these stories about michael flynn said. this it was pretty much the transcript of what he said on a private conversation played thought america's newspaper. >> edited by people at "the washington post," perhaps edited by the people who gave it to the "the washington post" to make general flynn look so bad that the president fired him. steve: okay. so lindsey graham who is on the intel committee you would think, first of all, if you are in the intel community don't spy on somebody at the committee, but secondly, you would think that he would be able to call somebody and say hey, did you guys spy on me and ways unmasked? >> because there is a culture, steve, in this community -- we're talking about the intelligence community and its connection with the political community. susan rice, the west wing. well, you don't want to talk about what you do. senator rand paul was also spied upon, meaning unmasked for political reasons. and he believes that he and senator graham are not the only senators who had their conversations revealed and names revealed for political purposes.
you can make anybody look ridiculous, even bad by selectively editing the conversation and revealing it as if it were the whole conversation. steve: sure, by statute, this is legal. you can -- the nsa can collect all the data and we think it's just regarding, as was mentioned in this case a russian authority, but they record everything for all of us. >> correct. now, i have argued that such a statute, a, is unconstitutional and b, is information overload. too much data for the nsa to analyze. which is why these tragedies like orlando and san bernardino happened even though the nsa had their text messages and phone calls but didn't get around to looking at them after the tragedy happened. instead they are wasting time listening to senator graham and senator paul. steve: will he ever find out? >> i don't know the answer to that given how angry senator grassly weighs, righteous anger yesterday, i hope. so. steve: judge napolitano, thank you so much. >> all the best.
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(bell ringing) (audience cheering) >> healthcare is working along very well. we could have a big surprise with a great healthcare package. >> i spoke with the president. he and i kind of came one an idea that i think is really a break through. this would to be separate this into two bills. >> there is not much of a cob census for repealing obamacare. i think they should admit this is not a bill that will repeal obamacare. it's a bill to fix obamacare. >> just hours from now, president trump's travel ban is set to take effect. >> homeland security department now issuing new rules for international flights coming into the country. >> this announcement we send a clear message that inaction is not an option. >> interview with susan rice has raised some new questions. >> sh she strongly suggest her race and gender played a role dating back to benghazi it?
>> is a week that will live in infamy in the history of cnn and if anything it is getting worse by the day. >> i thought the whole thing was unfair. i had a couple conversations with senior staff at cnn. i made it very clear to them that the story was not accurate. >> once you start to lose your integrity and your reputation as a news organization, people start to get tone deaf. ♪ ♪ ♪ anyway you want it. that's the way you need it ♪ any way you want it ♪ ainsley: anything brian wants to do brian does. ainsley: he just sat there. brian: my ipad was talking back to me.
ainsley: noise coming out of there. steve: his notifications are on. ainsley: or is that the ring doorbell. brian: actually my ring doorbell ran out of battery. i didn't know you have to recharge it therefore pretty much of a standoff. i'm in a black out. i have no bell and no video. steve: people in your neighborhood know they can go to your house. brian: they can make faces and we would have no idea. ainsley: yesterday we were telling you about healthcare and saying that the republicans were saying we are not going to be able to get this done until after the fourth of july hollywood. the bihollywood -- holiday. we could see something before we all leave for the fourth of july holiday. brian: the question is did he say it on camera? ainsley: yes he did. listen. >> healthcare is working along very well we could have a big surprise with a great healthcare package. >> obamacare is dying. it's essentially dead. if you don't give it the subsidy it will die within 24 hours. it's been a headache for everybody.
it's been a nightmare for many. and we are looking at a healthcare that would be a fantastic tribute to our country. healthcare that will take care of people finally for the right reasons and also at the right cost. steve: so what could the big surprise be? well, according to a number of republicans up on capitol hill, mitch mcconnell put out word i want a deal on my desk by friday. get on it. and the problem was there are nine u.s. senators on the republican side who have publicly come out and said neh, not going to happen. at the stage it is right now. i talked to one of them yesterday, one ever the famous ones. he said it seems unlikely they will have a deal by friday. they could. it would take a hurrican herculn effort. can they do it. brian: i appreciate everyone who has their princes and standards. go to work.
rand paul says this isn't where i want to be i want to make it right. ron johnson i want to make it right. susan collins go talk to democrats i have to go back to maine and talk to my rural constituents. corker pass the bill 3.8% tax income that gets erased for high earners. and had you jerry more ran, rob portman all say i can't vote for either. i thought senator orrin happen and this could be his last run. he just grumbled. i'm as conservative as anybody. you can't be recalcitrant when it comes to this. we don't have a choice. we have to fix it. so go to work. roll up your sleeves. don't go home. ainsley: that's right. senator lindsey graham said if it's not done by friday it's not going to happen. thune said you have to make a decision. the longer it drags out the harder it is to get it to pass to repeal and replace. steve: apparently mitch mcconnell very unhappy it leaked out there was a deadline. nonetheless, what they are doing behind the scenes is trying to figure out does one program need more money or do
we have to alter the program completely. it's interesting ted cruz has an idea and this is gain ago lot of traction. apparently. if one insurers have one that meets the affordable care act standards. that same insurer could have is a cheaper plan. for instance they wouldn't have the same benefits. for instance, men wouldn't have to have maternity coverage and stuff like that, which would encourage the young people to get on board. that's what they need. there are a whole bunch of ideas floating around on capitol hill. will they make the friday deadline? stay tuned. brian: i will say just real quick, democrats do say come back. come back to me. i want to deal with you. i want to help out. that was relayed to president trump, senator chuck schumer hasn't been serious about anything. is he serious about this? steve: they said they weren't interested in working on it. ainsley: schumer did say yesterday we'll work together. and joe manchin has been saying that senator rand paul says this could be two different bills it might actually be split.
we're going to ask him. he is going to be on the show later. we will talk to him about it. steve: absolutely. meanwhile, i don't know if you have been looking at the entertainment press but cnn has all sorts of problems. they are in turmoil after that story regarding anthony scaramucci who was on our program an hour ago. apparently they didn't have enough sources. the story was incorrect. he asked for them to take it down. they did, they publicly apologized. but then you add that to all sorts of other problems that cnn had had over the last couple evidence months, not good over there. brian: talking about russia, russia, russia. and if there is no story line, are they making it up? and have you these two stories about these two talents. one executive producer, one on camera caught with surveillance video. if this video was true of them saying van jones yesterday that this russia story. ainsley: nothing burger. brian: senior producer, executive producer saying we were told just jam russia my words to paraphrase down
everyone's throat. don't talk about anything else. when anthony scare moochy got slimed about to take this position on export import bank. ainsley: he was sitting there. first time he talked on camera about cnn. listen to. this i had a couple conservations with senior staff at cnn. i made it very clear to them that the story was not accurate. and that it was a defamatory story. i reminded them about my legal background. i there it's a bunch of nonsense. i worked on the campaign. i worked on the transition. i think it's a bunch of nonsense. i would like it to stop. certainly was nonsense related to me. it's probably nonsense related to others. what i do think they have to do now is have more checks and balances in the system. they have to be more prudent about what they are saying about people. because i think you're going to leave your own reputation behind. you're going to potentially damage the reputation of the people you are talking about. but once you start to lose your integrity and your reputation as a news organization, people start to
get tone deaf. steve: here's the thing for cnn you look at over the last month or so they have had all sorts of problems. you had kathy griffin did that dumb picture with the president's head. she got fired over that. then they had that other host who got fired after calling the president a piece of you know. what then had you donna brazile who when she was at cnn she was actually giving hillary clinton the questions to a town hall meeting. so, they have had all sorts of problems. frame that at the same time cnn, time warner, the parent company is trying to merge with at&t. it's 85 billion-dollar deal. the last thing they would need right now would be 100-million-dollar lawsuit from anthony scaramucci. >> which he said i love the firing of those three was classy. he made a commented about that. he was making his dry. he has heavyweight legal team who put the fear of jesus in that. ainsley: he said when you don't do anything wrong can you defend yourself and stand
up against the press trying to smear your reputation. steve: then have you cnn actually used elmo to try to explain the syrian refugee crisis where kids are kids all over the world. which prompted mark steyn, the host of the mark steyn show to talk about cnn right now who has a credibility problem on their hands. >> they are actually selling a bag that has all the packaging of potato clips and there are no potato chips inside. that's the problem with the russia story. they went bananas over that malaysian plane that disappeared a couple years ago, but at least there was a malaysian plane that was here one minute and wasn't there the next. here there actually is no malaysian plane and they're covering it i mean you said jeff zucker is telling them to stop real news. you are not entirely accurate on that tucker. yesterday, they interviewed elmo about what he thought of syrian refugees. and oddly enough elmo happens to like them.
that actually was the least nutty thing cnn has done in the last few weeks. it's the nearest thing to real news. brian: if you want to follow the russia story. the real story how severe the access and the cyber attack was on our election system and how the administration, previous administration should have been a lot tougher. and how this administration, i hope, will sign off on the tough sanctions that could be coming russia's way. ainsley: elmo story is just cracking me up. they used elmo. steve: cnn has turned elmo into a propaganda tool. brian: against elmo's will. steve: let us know what you think about that. "fox about email@example.com. jillian: elmo was once so innocent. what has done with wrong. my daughter's favorite. brian: at one point he was behind this couch not anymore. ainsley: that was other one. that was the magician girl. she came to visit us.
brian: she did? she was behind the couch? ainsley: yeah. steve: how about some headlines? jillian: good morning to you at home. let's start with this. some portions of president trump's travel ban will go into effect tonight after the supreme court lifted blocks on the ban earlier this week. it stops travelers from these six muslim majority nations from entering the u.s. for 90 days so the government can review its vetting procedures. to get a visa, people will now need to prove close business or family ties in the country that includes parents, children, spouses and siblings. cousins, fiances and grandparents do not qualify. but visas that have already been approved will not be revoked. the trump administration also rolling out brand new worldwide airport screening rules to make america safe again. homeland security secretary john kelly calling u.s. bound flights the crown jewel target for terrorists. announcing new requirements including stricter vetting, explosive detection and
rooting out insider threats to airlines. airports and airlines that fail to follow the rules risk an electronic ban. tonight, president trump will meet with south korean president for the first time at the white house. now the main goal is to get north korea to abandon its rapidly expanding nuclear and missile programs. but the rogue nation's ambassador to the u.n. says north korea will continue beefing up its nuclear arsenal regardless of sanctions or military pressure. this comes as two congressman on both sides of the aisle are proposing a new law restricting american tourism to the country after the death of otto warmbier. peta is getting bold asking twitter for the best arguments for eating bacon. the group had no shortage of replies but senator orrin happen's office deserves special mention for perhaps the best answer of all. quite simple an american flag emogi and several pictures of him eating bacon filled foods. we want know what's your best
argument for eating bacon. email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. brian: you have to have a reason? jillian: i'm a vegetarian so don't ask me. do you have a reason? steve: absolutely because it's delicious. >> bacon! jillian: you get that crunch. brian: i'm not a vegetarian but i don't eat bacon. i try not to eat red meat or stuff friday with a lot of juice in it i. jillian: is he kidding. brian: not kidding. ainsley: wussification of america right here. brian: i'm sorry i should up my cholesterol. pass legislation to protect americans from people in this country illegally. and now the president is about to make good on that promise. jamil shaw whose son was killed by illegal immigrant will join us coming up. steve: and remember elizabeth warren saying the republican party's healthcare plan would kill people? >> these cuts are blood money. people will die. [cheers]
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♪ >> these can you say are blood money. people will die. >> horrible and unspeakable truth is that if this legislation were to pass, many thousands of our fellow americans every single year will die. steve: they will die. more doom and gloom from bernie sanders and elizabeth warren when it comes to the republicans' new healthcare replacement bill. next guest says this rhetoric only is driving the american people away from the democratic party. joining us right now is former arizona congressman and radio talk show host j.d. hayward. good to have new studio f. >> thanks for watching me on news max tv where i will be on at 10:00 this morning. thanks for the plug. steve: a plug machine. let's talk a little bit about that. i'm surprised talking about how many people are going to be dies 10 days after assassination attack on steve scalise. okay, enough of that kind of talk. >> you have to understanding the left is different from you and me. they can say whatever they want.
and their apologists in the dominant media culture it's a sign of their carrying. here is what they really care about, government taking more and more control of your life to the point it's cradle to grave government planning, taking your money and telling you what to do. that ain't compassion. that's slavery. steve: i have heard some republicans say you know, we would love it if elizabeth warren or bernie sanders were the standard beariers in 2020. because the american people would realize, wait a minute, bernie sanders is a socialist. do we want to go that far into left field? >> it's interesting isn't it that bernie has to rent a party as a socialist he wants to run as a democrat. but every time i think about socialists in name and in fact like bernie or socialists who have the democrat label like liz warren i think about what margaret thatcher said the problem with socialism is you eventually run out of other people's money. case in point, arizona. the increases on obamacare premiums on average 116%.
that's like the temperature in june in the desert. 116% increase in average premiums in arizona. steve: you know the democrats made it very clear with chuck schumer they weren't interested in helping the republicans come up with anything but now they are saying oh, we will go back to fixing the affordable care act. we don't want to start from scratch. >> if you listen to chuckles yesterday as i used to call him in the house gym. steve: you called him chuckles in the gym? >> sure. chuckles comes out, forget about these tax cuts. we want social lived medicine and once you accept what we want, then that will be fine. you know, if the democrats treated the russians the way they do republicans, we would have the greatest national security the last eight years of obama would not have been retreat and leading from behind. we might have actually prevailed on the world stage. but they reserve their disdain for republicans rather than foreign powers and enemies. steve: all right. j.d. always a pleasure.
check him out on news max television. >> troop-a-thon raise money for the troops 10 to 4 eastern. steve: arkansas community rattled after a man drives car into 10 commandsments plummet hours after it was unveiled. the man to replace it coming up. monday. can we at least analyze customer traffic? can we push the offer online? brian, i just had a quick question. brian? brian... legacy technology can handcuff any company. but "yes" is here. you're saying the new app will go live monday?! yeah. with help from hpe, we can finally work the way we want to. with the right mix of hybrid it, everything computes. but with my back pain i couldn't sleep or get up in time. then i found aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. and now. i'm back! aleve pm for a better am.
♪ ♪ brian: all right. time for a look at news by the numbers and then i will toss it downstairs to ainsley. first 40 months. that's the countdown until the next election. president trump is already raising money. the commander in chief bringing in $10 million at his first re-election fundraiser last night at the trump international hotel. i wonder why how he got that booking. next, 12. that's how many illegal immigrants were busted at the mexican border by border patrol agents catching two alleged drug smugglers trying
to bring in $600,000 worth of marijuana into the u.s. that's the story yesterday. finally we are at 4.3%. that's how much nato allies are going to increase defense spending this year. america's european allies and canada are expected to spend an additional $12 billion in 2017. this comes as president trump puts pressure on member states to contribute their fair share. i will look over the edge and see what ainsley has prepared. ainsley: hey, brian. i love our new studio. did you a great job. brian: talk to the people. ainsley: i will talk to you people. brand new video this morning showing the monument a car rams into the arkansas state capitol destroying the 10 commandments monument. the suspect is now in custody. the community, of course, is still rattled as this act of violence comes less than one day after that statue was unveiled. joining us now via skype is travis story, general counsel for the american history and heritage foundation and helped raise money for this monument. the group behind the effort to
fund and replace the monument. good morning to you, travis. >> hi, ainsley, how are you this morning? ainsley: i'm great. i'm so sorry to hear what happened your monument. i know you worked so hard to get that put up and now it's taken down already by this guy who was live streaming the video while he was tearing down the monument ramming it with his car. what was your reaction when you saw that and heard about it? >> well, honestly the first reaction when i heard early yesterday i told my wife i guess god made a second set of stones for moses so we're going to have to put up a second monument. that's where we are is we're resolved to seat law come to fruition and to have the monument put up and to stand and so we are already in that process right now. ainsley: what are you going to do when you build the next monument and do put it up? i know you are raising money for that go fund me page. go fund me.com and go to 10 commandments ar as in arkansas if you want to give money so that this monument can go back up again. what are you going to do to prevent this respecting from happening in the future?
>> so we are already in talks with the secretary of state's office here in the state capitol of arkansas that will see what we can do to actually secure that. this has been taken into account and when you look at the video he actually came from kind of up a grassy knoll that you would expect to have a car. this was something that obviously wasn't thought this would be the direction someone would come to take this act of violence. that's really what's important here where the civil discourse is taking us where someone is committing an act of violence against really everybody in the state of arkansas. that's what is so disturbing about this one individual's actions. ainsley: against the 10 commandments. unbelievable when you think about what this guy did. why is the monument so important to you, travis? >> i think the thing to realize is as an attorney i realize where our laws come from. and they come from the 10 commandments: that's why it's so important to have a piece
of the american really heritage and history that's put on the state capitol grounds. when we look around, there is great monuments on arkansas' capital grounds. wasn't anything to signify where our laws come from. that's why we felt we needed to bring this to the state of arkansas. it's been a long, two-year process going through all the approvals. it's there now. even since this has happened we have received an outpouring of people who are requesting can you help us do this in our communities in various states and county courthouses. ainsley: okay. how much money do you need to build it again? >> well, it took us about $26,000 is what we raised the first time. and given where we are, the insurance probably isn't going to be able to cover it from the man's car insurance, so we're going to have to replace it we're committed to do that we made a commitment to the state of arkansas and the people of arkansas that we would bring the monument to the capital grounds and we will be there to bring it
back. and we are going to do that as quick as we can. ainsley: i'm sure our viewers will help you. we have the best viewers. they love god. they love faith. they love this country. if you want to donate again go to go fund me.com and type in forward slash 10 commandments ar. can you see it at the bottom of our screen if you want to give money. we will report to the viewers how familiar you raised after this segment. god bless you. thanks for what you are doing. he sat next to the president when he urged president to identify pass legislation to protect americans from people in this country illegally and now the president is about to make good on that promise. jamil shaw, whose son was killed, there's his picture, by an illegal immigrant. he is going to join us coming up to tell us about his son and what he thinks about this. and the female fighter battling isis unfazed by sniper fire just missing her head. [gunfire]
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when his son was shot and killed by an illegal. jamil shaw was at the president's meeting yesterday and he joins us live from our nation's cap toll. for folks that don't know about your son's story. tell us about your son and tell us what happened to him. >> yeah. on march the 2nd, 2008. we had went to a football clinic in pasadena. on the way home he asked if he could go to the mall. of course i didn't want to do it but i let him go. the day before he asked if he could go to a party. i said you can't go to party around here. i said you know why, right? he said i know, i might get shot. the next day he was dead. it drives me crazy because 10 years later and we did all the things right and for him to end up with a casket and then, you know, it's just so -- it just sucks. steve: who was person who killed your son? >> illegal alien 18th street gang member that was a so-called dreamer.
he was brought into the country 3 years old and they raised him like a rabid pit bull. let him do whatever he wanted to. he committed crime after crime. put schools on lockdown. he was like satan's disciple, and they let him run rampant. the day before he killed my son he was in l.a. county jail on assault with a deadly weapon. battery on a police officer, resisting arrest. they still let him out four months early time. let him out on a saturday night on the same night he went out and saw my son walking down the street and shot him to death just for the hell of it. brian: now we understand jamil there is going to be action. you told your story, the president heard about it when he was just trying to get the nomination. he kept with you. and then yesterday you are sitting by his side and what was that likes a he made this crackdown on illegals official. >> that was awesome. i'm a little bitty guy from l.a. a little speck so to speak. and to be, you know, for the
president of the united states to pay attention to you that's major. that's a major deal. just so sit there on right side and put me there and it was awesome, you know, and to see that he really cares. he is a truman, you know. i really wish people give him a chance to do what he got to do. they will see that he is an awesome guy. ainsley: he wanted to do that to honor your son. we're so sorry when we hear your story as parents. we just could not imagine. what is the message for people that support these sanctuary cities and support these illegal immigrants to be here in our country, these criminal illegal immigrants. what's your message to them? >> why would you be against that? you know, the life you are saving could be your own, your family members. it happened to me. i had no idea when i woke up sunday morning that that would be my son's last day and to go through that process and then the day ends with him dead, you know.
it just seems so, i mean, it's bizarre. you can't even -- i mean, you can't even talk about it, you know. and people embrace this as they are doing the right thing because we want to be safe, you know. they have all the examples of dead people from babies to grandparents, everybody in between. you know, if you are against that. then it's your fault. like it is now. brian: jamil, now it's not a conversation, now it's legislation. and it's going to be put before the house. expected to pass the house. it's supposed to have a tougher time in the senate. from what you read, from what you understanding, what's your message to the senate? >> do your job. you know, protect the people. you know, we are here. we need protection. we are running out here like lambs in the saharan getty. lions, everybody is trying to take advantage of us. all we have is you guys to help us. we need law enforcement to do their job so we can walk the streets. my son thought he could walk down the street without being murdered. do you know what i mean?
can you imagine what he thought when he had a gun on n. his face on his own street. i'm getting ready to die. shot in the stomach. guy goes over to his head. the coroner said he was laying on his back with hands up through the air. shot him through his hand into his head. i was home. i heard the gunshots. to come outside and see him laying there all his blood and brains in the street. i still can't understand. i still 10 years later, i still don't even believe it happened. brian: have you told us this story before, every time you say it we can't believe it happened. it's sad but at least people -- you have a president taking action now. >> yeah. brian: hopefully legislators will get behind it. ainsley: how do you live on like that. i can't imagine if something happened to my daughter. what gets you through each day? >> to be truthful, you just wake up and go to sleep and in between you are not dead. i mean, i don't know what else to say. you wake up thinking about it did you go to bed. your whole life is just living
the past. and you just can't move on. you know, the whole family is devastated. friends. and it's just -- and to see the politicians act like it's just part of, you know, the circle of life to be shot dead in the street. that's just unacceptable. steve: well, if these bills are enacted it would certainly be part of your son's legacy. jamil, thank you very much for joining us and telling us your story. >> thank you, guys. keep up the good work. you are doing good for the country. steve: thank you very much. that means a lot. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. so powerful. ainsley: the president did say he promise all those parents your child did not die in vein. promised to get something done. brian: jillian have you an important story you are leading with right now. jillian: video of a kurdish soldier fighting isis show nothing fear as a bullet just mists her head by inches. [gunshot] ainsley: bullet hitting a wall
inches from her face during an isis shootout in raqqa city. moments later she smiled poking her head out and tongue out laughing. ainsley: teachers may soon be allowed to bring their guns to pass class. allow school employees licensed to carry the ability to store their gun in a safe in their classroom or office. the measure headed to the house for approval. more and more teachers across the country are learning how to use a gun to better protect their students from a potential threat. well, don't mess with this soon to be mom. a suspected purse thief learning the hard way as a pregnant woman runs him down in a wal-mart parking lot. take a look. >> jumped in the car, throwed it in gear and come across the cush and ran him over. >> the somebody taken to the hospital for minor injuries and hauled off to jail. is he facing several charges. a man in texas is paying it forward for a complete stranger who walked three miles to work every day.
andy mitchell surprising the 20-year-old with his very own car. [cheers] ainsley: after offering him a ride. mitchell and his friends decided to raise money for him to have his very own car. surprise going viral on facebook live with over 1 million views. we like those good samaritan stories, guys. steve: how great is that? the side benefit is now he is going to be to work sooner. is he not going to have to walk. that's great. thank you, jillian. ainsley: must have been watching oprah. you get a car. you get a car. brian: only happens if you are in other audiences. now you need to know that guy. special election under president trump. why hasn't he shown up to work yet. it's been three weeks. ainsley: as americans look to fix our healthcare -- i read that wrong. should would he be looking
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the already has 10,000 people on the wait list. contains her ball breaking down cellular inflammation cause nausea and vomiting. available for purchase on july 5th. right after the holiday. brian? brian: our entire staff is writing that down too along with the crew to see if it's going to help. learn a lot about healthcare to see obamacare fix. some are looking to other countries like australia for inspiration. with the australia system so much like us in many ways work for america? here to discuss is the author of green card warrior retaking america nick adams. welcome. you lived in australia. now in the american system. do you wish we had single pair system? >> there is a big difference between australia and america in so many ways. ideological and cultural difference. i don't think what runs smooth
in australia would translate well in the united states of america. when you think about australia, it's a big island, physically very large but the population of florida. there are more texans than as yoaustralians and more californians than australians. lifestyle has to be considered. on top of that australia doesn't have the added pressure of bordering countries where people of other countries can come in to the united states and use the system. brian: right. you are saying right now if you are a new immigrant or illegal immigrant, you are not using the australian healthcare system. >> that's right. so obviously australia has a very strict immigration policy which means we don't have the illegal immigration problem that the united states of america has. and i think that one of the big burdens and stresses on the american system is that so many people that are illegal here in the united states are using it. brian: right. so, one way in which the cultures are the same. another way in which he they're are not. another point is canada, you believe the quality of
australian healthcare is also good. i have heard big complaints about the u.k. quality and long lines. you guys don't have that problem. >> no. the quality. brian: your former country. >> my former, that's right. it's good. it's good. brian, i think the really important point here is that there is a big cultural divide that most americans don't know that exist between australia and america. and that is that here in the united states of america, there is a sink or swim culture there is a capitalist idea. there is an idea that rights come from god and the constitution. whereas australians see healthcare as a right. and as a result, i don't think that americans would costs being -- brian: you just defined american debate right now. right now most democrats say it's a right. and most republicans say it isn't. >> that's right. it's all about what you want. if you believe in freedom. if you believe in a sink or swim culture and striving for
greatness and not mediocrity then the american system is the way to go. if you believe in the welfare state, then really the australian system is what you are going to prefer. brian: and you are here. >> that's right. >> nick adams, i appreciate it? >> always a pleasure. brian: speaking of healthcare, senator rand paul will join us at the top of the hour. he has a plan that will guide this bill in half. he will explain. plus, if you are planning to cash in on the fourth of july shopping deals, we have the bargains on our plaza like a robot that cleans your grill. gugigantor. grew another inch. became the fourth player in major league history 4,000 career strikeouts and 2007 the apple iphone went on sale as you know no one bought it and went out of business. [laughter] ♪ my momma told me ♪ you better shop around ♪ these birds once affected by oil
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>> health care is working along very well. we're going to have a big surprise with a great health care package. >> i spoke with the president, and he and i kind of came up with an idea that i think is a break through. and this would be to separate this into two bills. >> there is not much of a consensus for repealing obamacare. i think they should admit that this is not a bill that will repeal obamacare. it's a bill to fix obamacare. >> travel ban about to take effect. >> the homeland security department about to issue new rules for international flights coming into the country. >> this announcement we send a clear action that inaction is not aboption. >> susan rice has raised new questions. >> she strongly suggest her
race and gender play a big role back to benghazi, really. >> it's a week that will live in infamy in the history of cnn and if anything, getting worse by the day. >> i thought the whole thing was unfair. i had a couple of conversations with senior staff at cnn. i made it very clear to them that the story was not accurate. once you start to lose your integrity as a news organization, people start to get tone deaf. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ brian: how many people in imagine dragons? like queen, it sounds like they have 30 people. steve: no idea. brian: it sounds like a big group. steve: don't you have google? can't you look this up?
brian: i don't know the song until we hear it. ainsley: the producer back there putting it all together, we're listening what song are they going to put? and they put it on the screen if you want to download it. steve: this is a question kentucky senator rand paul. how many members in imagine dragons, senator? >> got to be four. my guess. brian: at least four. they're very good at singing. ainsley: when we asked you to come on, maybe we'll talk to you about health care. is this thing really going to happen by the end of the week? >> you know, i still sense we're at impasse, and i sunniest that yesterday at lunch with the republic caucus because, yeah, there's still quite a bit of disagreement. and there's basically two faxes. conservatives like myself who don't want new federal programs, we want to repeal obamacare. and then the moderates who keep obamacare, and they're not to oppose the new federal government programs.
so what i've come up with, and i talked to the president about this is what about dividing the bill in two? do the repeal, which no democrat will vote for, repeal the taxes, repeal the regulations, and fix medicaid that helps to pay for everything. reform medicaid. no democrats will vote for anything good like that. but democrats will always vote for spending. so the big government republicans that want more spending take the spending and put it in a bill that the democrats will vote for. there's about 20 different bills democrats vote for every year. stick on one of those bills and now you have two bills. boom. you get it done in five minutes. and the president seems open and interested in the idea. steve: well, what about mitch mcconnell? he also has nine senate republicans opposing the bill, and then you have the public, a brand-new university poll says only 12% support. the plan, as we know it, so
maybe your plan would be a winner. >> well, see, the typical way in washington is they give everybody money, and i think that's what's going to happen now. they have 200 billion that's supposedly extra money. but there are several of us that are fiscal conservatives that want smaller government, repeal of obamacare, and the question is are they going to try to get conservatives on the bill? if they don't, and we're still at impasse, then what i would say is why don't we split the bills in two, let conservatives have a clean repeal, or a cleaner repeal, and then let the moderates vote on some big spending bil b. >> so, senator, do you think that's what the president was referring to when he said there was a bit of a surprise that could come as early as friday? >> you know, i don't know. but i do know that it is my belief the president is open. i've had great conversations with him. i do believe that i connect with had me i, and i feel like we're really on the same side
when i talk to him, and i don't always get that feeling when we're in the senate. brian: how many people of the ten that object with this and how many are sitting to be impressed? >> well, i think half of them want more money and half want less money. every time you stuff more money in it for the moderates, it offends the conservatives. so if you separate the bills, you could keep stuffing until the printing machine runs out of money, and then probably get the same result. but you'll get conservatives to vote for a cleaner repeal, which you won't get if you stuff a bunch of money in this one. ainsley: senator, what's your message to the constituents that are watching that are furious because they want this thing passed? many people who voted for president trump, they voted for him for repealing and replacing, and it's not happening. and many people think it's because of the senate, it's because of the house that nothing's getting done, and you're one of those ten that
is not in favor of this bill. so what do you say to your constituents? >> it's probably not been a bigger of the president on the hill than myself. i voted for him, i supported him, i still support him. i also promised to repeal obamacare, and i just can't vote for a bill that keeps it. the bill as it stands currently keeps obamacare. my fear with the money they're trying to add more obamacare add more federal spending. you know, here's the worst thing. one of the worst things. there's something they call stabilization fund. $130billion. steve: flush fund. >> yeah, we're $105 billion in the hole this year. and we'll lower insurance rates by subsidizing. it's, like, look, i have an old car. i want a new car. i pay high rent in dc for my apartment. could you have a rent stabilization fund? you could lower any price if you thought there was no limit
to the taxpayer to just dump money to a lower price. that's not the republican way, not conservative, and it's not capitalism. steve: sure. senator, a moment ago, you said you and the president seem to be on the same page. it sounded like you were taking a shot at the republican leadership in the senate. not so much behind closed doors. >> you know, i think the president is a leader, and i think he has the ability to lead the way on this, and like i said, we're on the same page on this. i think if he leads the way and tells them, guys, we're going to do two bills. one's going to be more repeal, and one is going to be more of federal programs and moderates will get to vote for a second one and conservatives get to vote for the first one. i don't know i think he could do it. i think he has the force of personality and the bully pulpit of the presidency to do it. brian: senator, there's a compromise on this. and on the big picture, i know you can drill down because you
grew up in the medical profession. you do get $320 billion. if you increase medicaid for moderates and get your conservative cuts, isn't that compromise? >> yeah. there's kind of a funny math going on here. when they say they're saving $300 billion, it's off of a baseline that goes like those. so spending goes like this, and when you pass it, it still goes like this, but you still have a $500 billion deficit, so it's not actually fiscally conservative. we're leaving $300 billion is what we're leaving of obamacare. ainsley: all right. let's talk about what's happening over at cnn. they had to retract that story about apt scaramucci being connected to a russian bank. and he's saying that's not true. i have an attorney. i'm going to go after you guys. i stand behind my record and my reputation. so now they're covering the russia story in a different way, and they sent out an e-mail that the press got
their hands on of how they're changing their reporting on russia. we had anthony scaramucci, the first-timer has on camera since all of this happened this morning on our show. we'll get your reaction. >> i had a number of conversations, i made it very clear to them that the story was not accurate, i remind them about my legal background. i think it's a bunch of nonsense. i think it's a bunch of nonsense. i would like it to stop. it's probably nonsense related to others. what i do think they have to do now is have more biomechanics and balances in the system. they have to be more prudent about what they're saying to people because i think you're going to leave your own reputation behind. you're going to potentially damage the reputation of people you're talking about. but once you start to lose your integrity and your reputation in news organization, people start to get tone deaf. ainsley: so, senator, we heard
all of this in the main street media and russia. so what is your reaction on the way the main street media is handling this? is it backfire? >> i think the whole russia thing about trump and russia is a witch hunt. they're still depressed they lost the election and they're looking at things, like, oh, so-and-so once upon a time met the russian ambassador. most senators in washington have met the russian ambassador and a dozen other ambassadors or month. so, yeah, i think that it's always been sour grapes. witch hunt. certainly, if they had some really show you what has been marked as gun, they would have shown it. and the fact that they're not. but what i hate about this is we've been investigating this for the whole presidency. the whole first term this is going to be investigated and then finally they'll say whoops. we didn't really have anything. steve: well, you know why. they don't want him to get anything done. >> yeah. so it's kind of a misdirection campaign trying
to keep us off track of things that we could do that's good for the country. brian: and those people that keep saying the president does not understand health care, what's your reaction? >> you know, i think he has very keen insight into the political process. he has great instincts as to what would be good for business. what would be good for jobs. and so i haven't seen that at all. when i've had meetings with hum, and i've had lots of conversations in the last couple of months, i sense that it's a person who really does get exactly -- not only the intricacies of it but what would be good for america. brian: and do yourself a favor. don't let him win. okay? you don't want to beat the president. >> see, unfortunately, it's not letting. he actually beats me fair and square. steve: he owns golf courses. >> but i will tell you. we're on the first tee, and he said what was my handicap? and he offered to give me a stroke on each nine, and i said, no, mr. president, i don't tack any welfare.
brian: all right. good job. you stand for something. appreciate it. ainsley: let's take it over to jillian who has headlines for us. >> good thursday morning to you guys. let's begin with this right now. today president trump will meet with south korean president for the first time. the goal of the white house meeting is to get north korea to abandon its missile program. the ambassador of un says north korea will continue to beef up its nuclear arsenal regardless of sanctions or military pressure. now, this congressman on both sides of the aisle propose a new law that would ban american tourism in the country after otto warmbier's death. and now to weather. severe storms weren't moving through the midwest overnight. multiple tornadoes ripping through iowa and wisconsin. and just outside cedar rapids, one woman was hurt. several twisters in wisconsin including damaged homes and overturned cars.
and arizona now in a state of emergency after 40 wild cars rage out of control. 21,000 acres have been burned forcing evacuations. the fires burning in the same area. 19 firefighters were killed fighting the fire in 2013. tim tebow he didn't his minor league baseball promotion. tebow mania still going strong. the former professional football player hitting a home run during his first day. this marks his fourth home run of the season. he had three hits yesterday. this is off a 92-mile per hour fastball. so if you're a tebow fan, then go ahead. steve: he can play baseball. ainsley: do you like him? do you like him? >> ehh. ainsley: what? you love him, don't you? you're a philly girl, that's why. >> yeah. yeah. brian: back in florida hitting the ball well. ainsley: he is such a good guy.
i love him. brian: and if you strike out, that means he doesn't bless you; right? steve: he's getting sick of winning, winning, winning. steve: all right. we're going to step aside. more fox and friends after a brief time out . stimulant laxatives make your body go by forcefully stimulating the nerves in your colon. miralax is different. it works with the water in your body to hydrate and soften. unblocking your system naturally. miralax.
back in president trump's court now allowing him to follow through on a key campaign promise making america safe again. steve: in just a few hours, parts of the revised travel ban are actually going to kick in, take effect. that as the white house rolls out brand-new screening rules for airports worldwide. brian: it went so smooth the first time. ainsley: rob schmidt has all the details for us. >> we're hoping for a smoother run than the first time. brian: chuck schumer is crying about this. >> chuck schumer is always crying. starting at 8:00 travelers from six muslim majority countries who are not citizens. green card holders or have ties to school business or immediate family in the united states will not be allowed in for 90 days. now, this affects six countries, and you've seen them before, syria, iran, yemen, sudan and libya. also on hold for 120 days to come up with a new extreme vetting system to make traveling safer. the supreme court lifting blocks on the ban from lower
courts that many saw as being liberal bias. that happened earlier this week. and if you're taking a big trip overseas, expect tighter security on your flight deck. that's the other news today. homeland security top boss calling john kelly the crown jewel target for terrorists and rolling out brand-new worldwide airport screening. >> our enemies are constantly working to find new methods for disguising explosives, recruiting insiders, and hijacking aircraft. we must put in place new measures across the board. inaction is not an option. >> all right. the new restrictions include stricter vetting, and rooting out insider threats to airlines. airports and airlines around the world that fail to follow these rules do risk an electronic ban on the united states or even a ban flying into the u.s. at all. the new global standard will
be implemented here in the coming weeks and months. a lot of it you won't see and a lot of it they won't tell us what it is they're doing. which is the idea. that you can't get around it. >> so tonight at 8:00; right? >> tonight at 8:00, and i think we just saw a reporter head out and walk to jfk airport, so we're hoping everything is smooth sailing this time, but we'll have to wait and see. >> and by the time the supreme court gets a look at this, 90 days could be up. >> by october, it will probably be a mute point. >> all right. thank you, rob. >> thank you, sir. >> coming up, the president promised that he's going to protect americans and today congress has a chance to deliver. >> and he's the only democrat to be elected to congress. so why doesn't he shop at work yet? it's been three weeks. i'm waiting ♪
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brian: all right. there will be blood on your hands if you don't act. that is the message to lawmakers yesterday from families who have lost loved ones to the hands of illegal immigrants. >> do your job. protect the people. we're running around here like lions, everybody is trying to take advantage of us. all we have is you guys to help us. we need to let law enforcement do their job so we can walk the streets. my son thought he could walk down the street without being murdered. you wake up thinking about it, and you go to bed. i mean, your whole life is just living the past, and you just can't move on and see the politicians act like it's just
part of, you know, the circle of life to be shot dead in the street. that's just unacceptable. ainsley: well, today, the house votes on two immigration bills, and our next guest says these laws are crucial to making america safer. here to explain is former trump hispanic advisory counsel member and fox news contributor steve cortez. hey, steve, good to see you. >> good morning. thanks for having me. as a hispanic and trump supporter, why is this so important? >> well, first of all, it's important for all americans. i even hate the term sanctuary cities because sanctuary for whom? it's not sanctuary for the cops who have to deal with these people or the victims like the young, promising football star. but i would also say this as a hispanic. most of the time -- look, you shouldn't be here in the first place. if you're an illegal immigrant and on top of that you commit a crime, you need to be gone yesterday. brian: yet, the house will pass it, and the senate could be stuck with it.
how do you explain that? >> well, brian, i will say this. political correctness sometimes it's not just dumb, it can be deadly. and regarding the hispanics, by the way, very often the victims of these dangerous illegal aliens are hispanics. because those are the communities in which they roy. so we all know about kate steinle who was killed in san francisco, an awful and very well publicized case. a less publicized happened in los angeles where sandra duran who was killed by an illegal immigrant who was deported five times. so there you had an hispanic legal american citizen killed by somebody who shouldn't have been here in the first place. these are preventable crimes, and i give the president so much credit that he's putting america first, and he's saying political correctness, enough. we're not going to cater to a leftist lobby that wants to claim. people like i love chicago. people like rob emmanuel. chicago, unfortunately, is practically the wild west and yet what's he concerned with?
protecting dangerous illegals. brian: and yet they're spending all of this money making sure illegals get proper protection and schooling, which is not fair to the citizens. a lot of people say on percentage, illegals aren't committing that much crime, but this is grandstanding. >> i'm a son of an immigrant, all of us were not -- so we love immigration, but i lovitz in a front, by the way, to immigrants who do it the right way. it's a hard process to become an american. it's expensive, it's time-consuming. people like my father who do it the right way, it's disrespectful to them to say you can then hop the line and cheat the system. >> the message to americans, though, many people went to the polls for donald trump because the message it's sending to hard working americans if you're a criminal, you're here illegally, you have sanctuary, you have more rights than the people who are paying taxes. >> it's almost obscene, isn't it? ainsley, to think about that,
and i will tell you somebody who worked very hard on the trump campaign when i would go to rallies, when i would meet people, regular-working americans, this issue got them more fired up than almost anything else i could think of. number one, it's about their safety but also national security policy, having a porous border which we had previously, the president is already securing the border. and why should they have to compete in a labor market who are almost always willing to work for lower wages. for economic reasons, security reasons, crime reasons, we are going to get control. we are already getting control of our immigration system. brian: steve cortez, thank you very much. >> thank you for having me. brian: a man drives his car into the ten commandments national monument just hours after it was put up. where is that man now and the effort to put the man meant back up. ainsley: there's a gofundme. and the media triggered by the
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brian: we know this week it has all been about health care. but the under current has been the tension between the white house press core and the white house because they're changing the rules because of the way the first five months has gone between what they feel is unfair treatment and in questioning on one story line, and that's russia, russia, russia. and some of the inaccuracies. and this press office has taken action. steve: they have.
let's face it we heard from the white house, a number of white house reporters are grand standards or just trying to get into a confrontation to become youtube stars. so now what they're doing is occasionally they will have the briefing on camera and off camera. and sometimes there's a reporter from jim over at cnn, he hates the fact that sometimes they pull the plug. watch this. >> what we're witnessing right now is the erosion of. i could hold up my phone tomorrow and live stream that press briefing with sarah sanders, whoever comes in there, and that is just where technology is right now. so to think that we're going backwards and not having things on camera is preposterous. steve: going backwards. brian: right. so the question is is it that big of a deal? is it that historic, that unprecedented that a white house briefing would not be on
camera? the answer is, no. in fact, a lot of past secretaries on both sides of the aisle think it should stop. steve: press secretary for george w. bush and mike who actually turned on the cameras, together they sent out this tweet. ainsley: they said we support no live tv coverage of white house briefing. embargo it. and let it be used but not as live tv. for the white house and the press. >> there's the televised and the mccurry version, when they actually decided they would go ahead and televise these things, they were relatively boring in this this particular presidential cycle. but it's interesting because dd meyers, who was also press secretary, she was on c-span a number of years ago. we went to the back of the vault to pull this out where the clinton white house knew it was not a good idea to have it televised.
>> i can't remember exactly when we stopped it, but it was done -- it was a new administration. i think we wanted to talk about what was going on here. i think we found that it wasn't really necessary. the briefing is more of an opportunity to exchange ideas and have a conversation about what's happening. that wasn't really happening in a way that as productively as we would hope. brian: and once in a time, you have a story for what's happening that day in the white house. i get it. but every single time they're saying we're doing this on the white house. and the first question is about russia and kislack and then some other ambassador, and then they would just sit there and cut sean spicer off and people lose their temper, ratings go up, reporters run out, they feel like they're big stars, and the administration was tired of being trampled on. steve: well, here's the thing. reporters still get to ask any question they want, and then the white house will answer it the way they want.
not like they're saying okay. we're not going to answer any of your questions. we're just not going to answer them on tv, necessarily. ainsley: right so what does it say about the reporters that want the tv cameras there? they want to be on tv, they want to be on facetime, on youtube, they want to be a star when really your job is to get the information and pass it on to the folks at home who are working to put food on the table. we're all paid to sit in the white house and sit in the press briefing room to get the information to you. it doesn't matter how you get. steve: it does if you're on camera and here's the thing. rush limbaugh think so what's going on right now, the argument over whether or not it should be televised, not a good thing for the reporters. >> the media is now gob smacked. they're in the process of humiliating themselves every day. they're embarrassing
themselves. the latest example, and it's glaring is cnn and the three people who had to resign or quit about a trump associate working with banks and russia, the whole story has simply consumed the media. brian: and it's self indulging. you're focusing on your lawn and everybody else in the neighborhood cares about your lawn. this is your career, this is your report, and this is your problem that you've gotten to the point point where the press secretary doesn't want to call on you anymore. i mean, sean spicer does not call on him, but he gets his questions answered. so as a reporter, you go to the white house and say this as opposed to talking to a sound byte of the white house. what's the big deal? steve: so what do you think? rush limbaugh think so the media are humiliating themselves. do you think it's important to see the person in the press briefing room asking the spokesperson the question. or do you just want to hear the words? let us know. friends at foxnews.com.
we're going to read it all day long. ainsley: in the meantime, we're going to hand it over to jillian who has headlines for you. >> good morning. let's begin here. a man has been hauled off to jail accused of slamming his car into a controversial ten commandments monument and then posting it on facebook. >> freedom. >> police say that was 32-year-old michael who has destroyed monuments before. it was finally put on arkansas grounds after years of debate. general counsel for the american history and heritage foundation joined us earlier to discuss the effort to fund and replace the monument. >> we're going to have to replace it. we're committed to do that. we made a commitment to the state of arkansas and the people of arkansas that we would bring the monument to the capitol grounds, and we're going to be there to bring it back. and we are going to do that as quick as we can.
>> a gofundme page has been set up to finance that, already raising nearly $45,000. he's the only democrat to win a special congressional election in the trump era but weeks later, he still hasn't shown up for work. jimmy gomez was voted to represent california on june 6th, but he won't be sworn in until next month. house majority leader kevin mccarthy sent him a leader this week saying if he doesn't start working soon, he should resign. pita is getting bold. the group had no shortage of replays but senator's office deserves special mention for perhaps the best answer of all. it's simple. just an american flag emoji and then of course several pictures of him eating bacon-filled food. we're getting a lot of comment about this; right? what are people saying. john says you had me at bacon.
steve: meanwhile, cheryl saying the secret to a long life is eating a slice of bacon every day. brian: who is that 103 year old? i couldn't have made that up. and one viewer says it's necessary because it's in my name. ainsley: and john writes this and says god did not promise happiness, but he did give us bacon, and that's pretty close. brian: hey, and, by the way, against them today, against tim tebow and against bacon. steve: here she comes. >> i have to interject if you're going to throw me under the bus. i was a former sports reporter, and not just loving his nfl career. brian: i'm with you. i want to see him go to canada and then convince everybody. >> or if the quarterback isn't working, become a tightened or switch positions.
ainsley: he had a home run yesterday. and there's nothing wrong with that. because he is a good role model to our children and the nicest guy. steve: we'll see him at the world series this year; right? maybe not. >> i like to become a mets fan. steve: good luck. meanwhile. brian: she loves single eight ball. >> new calls for robert to step down. should he? robert says got to go. going to make the case next. ainsley: plus, she fought breast cancer, and she won. now our own gerri willis is cooking with friends sharing the comfort food that pulled her through. yay. today, we're out here
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brian: all right. some sports headlines right now, unless someone stops me in the middle. the world champion chicago cubs making the second trip to the white house to meet with president trump. they first met with president obama back in january. but is this meeting overshadowing the rest? team owner and senator ted cruz social media going crazy. they look exactly alike. am i right? and quarterback eli manning making a special appearance in the new jersey courtroom. tmz video showing him in a striped polo shirt paying an $89 fine for driving on the shoulder of the road because he's eli manning and apparently bill bel can do more than coach football, he can sing. he sang bon jovi back in 2014.
we recorded it. that was a bunch of super bowls ago. coach and his girlfriend doing the magazine interview to raise money for the foundation helping kids through sports. he also walked around with his sweater and looked very relaxed. not many people see him like that. steve. steve: thank you, brian. new calls for special council robert muller to recuse himself from the investigation into president trump's administration and resign. citing his close relationship with former fbi director james comey. the white house calling such a move political suicide. here for reaction is the host of the property man on fox business and fox news legal analyst join us from vegas, baby. just y do you say mr. muller should say you know what? you're right. i'm too chummy with mr. comey. i've got to get out of here. >> the real victims of this are the american people and if you look back, steve, when certain senators made
statements about sessions, it parallels why mr. muller should step away because we as lawyers, we have an obligation that there should never be an appearance of impropriety on any level. and what we've learned to reference the relationship with comey and also the question is if it is mute and there's no evidence, what is the reason to even go on with that investigation? steve: sure. well, the department of justice rule is pretty clear, bob. it reads no department of justice employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct, which is being investigated. do we know how close they are? and, you know, at the same time, we've heard so many people say that robert muller is a man of great integrity. >> yes. and that's the issue. he's a great lawyer. i don't know the man
personally. only professionally, and it would seem we only know by what's reported. you would think because of the case factually that it is not an agendized investigation. it should be in the best interest of the country because when a special prosecutor or counsel is appointed, it's appointed because the attorney general did not have the right standing, and they recused themself. and as a result, the american people should feel that this special counsel is going to bring untainted, untarnished information to the public. if that relationship is real, what's been appointed, then i believe in the best interest of the country, not an agenda, he should respectfully say you know what? i want what's best for the country. i'm going to step down. that's what should happen if that's the case. steve: all right. we'll stand up for that.
bob, thank you for getting up early in las vegas today. >> okay. steve, always a pleasure. steve: meanwhile, before the top of the hour, she fought breast cancer and won and now our own gerri willis is cooking with friends sharing the comfort food that pulled her through, and it smells delicious. meanwhile, 12 floors above us is bill. oh, you're out in washington. >> good morning, steve. health care, syria, russia, the white house briefing. all for sarah huckabee sanders when she joins us live here coming up today. also, newt gingrich, whether the president needs to address the country and health care and speech and more. new travel ban goes into effect as homeland security takes serious measures on what you can and cannot bring onto a plane into our country. we'll tell you about that. and the clock is running here in dc. it will be a 36-hour sprint to the holiday break, and it all starts in ten minutes. we'll see you at the top of the hour here on america's newsm 't sleep or get up in time. then i found aleve pm.
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>> went on a chemo diet. there was that. it's been a while. i was diagnosed back in may, and i wrote to fox viewers i'm going to be back. don't be sad, and here i am. so i'm very happy to be here. ainsley: gerri willis opening up you saw there about her battle with breast cancer on the fox news channel. that was back in november. steve: and today we're happy to report she has beaten cancer and here with cooking for friends. and, gerri, today, you're going to make a comfort food that got you through the rough patch. >> that's right. so i have to eat healthy now, and i think a lot of your viewers do too. we always want to feel like we're eating healthy. so i'm using kale. some people don't like it. steve: hate it.
brian: kale's hot. >> i'm going to make you love it. >> it's going to be easy to eat and beautiful. steve: this is your invention. >> this is my invention. this is sweet potato. can you see this? so what we door is roast this in the "fox 11 news" about 20 minutes at 400. olive oil, salt and pepper, this is a one-and a half inch dice, so try that. ainsley: have you tried it with butter nut sasquatch? >> this is much healthier, though. ainsley: oh, it is? potato? >> uh-huh. so now we're going to go onto the chickpeas. so i chose chickpeas because they have a lot of protein. you can get them in any supermarket in the country; right? and they smell like because i'm using great spices. i'm using a chipotle paprika that a friend of mine makes right here on set. and curry, so you just add this in, lots of garlic. steve: that gets it the color, and you --
>> and you let this go for 20 minutes. steve: that's it? >> olive oil, salt and pepper, caramelizes on the outside, a little bit of crunch, totally yummy, and you have a protein hit here, which is fabulous. steve: okay. >> now, i need you guys to help me with something here. we're talking about the cael. brian: oh, boy. >> i know. you're, like, backing up. so what you need to do to make this eatable is first cut out that rib. steve: that's the hard part. >> it's not that hard. steve: too chewy. >> right. exactly. ainsley: so cut that off. put it on your plate. >> and then there you have it. so here's what we're going to do now. make it so you can eat it. you put some olive oil on it; right? steve: right. >> and then you put some -- you just want some salt. this is sea salt and now brian here is going to massage this. brian: i'm pro massage. you mean with my hands? steve: no. use the.
>> no. no. not the tongs. with your hands. brian: you don't want me to do that. >> come here. so this is how you do it. you see this? are you scared of the kale? you're scared of the kale. brian: no, i don't want to destroy it. i haven't washed my hands. no one will eat it. >> well, we have some all set up. ainsley: so you do sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and then what else? >> let me show you the vinaigrette, though. steve: real quickly, folks will be able to get the recipe on fox and friends.com. >> that's right. brian: more fox and friends in just a moment. thanks, gerri. steve: thank you, gerri willis. >> so fun to be here. thank you
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