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♪ [national anthem] train to president trump taking in some of the women's u.s. open today. in new jersey, people are really happy with the record i stock market up over 17% since the election. >> president trump promised we'd get tired of waiting. i get the feeling a lot of people in the media are getting tired of us winning, but they better get used to it. >> dueling demonstrations across the country. the president's critics, maybe voices heard in another round of coast-to-coast protest.
in a hangup in the senate with lawmakers unveiling a new plan. still having a hard time trying to unite the whole party behind it. >> senator mccain following -- but still dominated the news cycle, his oldest son with the russia lawyer during the campaign. >> this russia russian collusion dilution is irrelevant. they see the price of gas, that this week we destroyed the caliphate. that should be the news. ♪ good time. ♪ pete: is that the old-school country that ui, clayton? clayton: either country that is good like alan jackson. welcome to "fox and friends" this morning.
abby: national ice cream day. is there any other reason to get up in the morning? clayton: i can think of a few. maybe national waffle day. the producers had what you want, vanilla or oreo appeared abby: vanilla, come on. >> if we wanted go, i'm not opposed to oreo, but the little chunks of oreo. abby: we are celebrating national ice cream day, but a big four-hour show. train to health care on hold this morning. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell delayed consideration the gop health care bill. train to john mccain announced he will be recovering this week from surgery. abby: ellison barber live in washington d.c. with all those details. reporter: good morning pete senate leaders hope to pass health care bill that the bill is on shaky ground to begin with
and majority leader mitch mcconnell says they are tabling it. doctors at the mayo clinic say john mccain underwent surgery on friday to remove the light caught from above his left eye. they removed the clock during a minimally invasive craniotomy with an eyebrow and fishing. attainder surgery to cut an opening into the school. mccain's office says he's staying home this week on the advice of that there is and is in good spirits. mccain received well wishes from his senate colleagues on the left and the right in the statement and majority leader mcconnell said quote, there a few people tougher than my friend john mccain and i know he'll be back with us soon. but john is recovering, the senate will continue work on legislative items and nominations and will defer consideration of the better care act. the republican health care appealing to placing care appealing and replacing obama carries the big item this week, but they were having a tough time getting to the necessary 15 goes.
without mccain cometh unlikely senate republicans would have the votes to pass their legislation. these five senators are key votes, but not definitive yes. two republican senators, rand paul and susan collins announced their intention to vote against the bill. combining that with actions with the available republican yes vote of 49. that's not enough. abby, clayton. >> thoughts and prayers are with the mccain family. a big part of the fox and his family good friend of ours. sounds like it'll be okay. tree into well said. the president trying to drum up support. he took to twitter yesterday to talk about health care talk about health care and only see a big week ahead or so he thought it would be. even after the cbo, congressional budget office. politicians love the congressional budget office sometimes.
the president and others are going after. is he on my site this week? i don't know. trade through the op-ed by martin short to work for the white house mainly in health care. the cbo's methodology favors mandates every choice of competition is fundamentally flawed as health care legislation has not worn much resemblance to reality. his prediction is unlikely to fare much better although the media and political left will certainly seize on it. estimates will be little more than fake news. trying to predict in december of 2,526,000,000 taking off of health care. >> warning the american people. the media will be against this. the cbo against this calling it basically fake news. >> am so interested to hear jason chafee later on. he's been in the trenches involved with the cbo. he knows how the whole organization operate. he's going to be a little shed
light on that. good for you sometimes come about for their times. he will delve into what this means for the american people. abby: dallas on the outside. no surprise here come the democrats loving every single minute. >> go back into the time machine. get out the flux capacitor and go back a little bit. remember when nancy pelosi back when had that moment when she talked about having to pass the bill in order to find out what's in the bill. is that nancy pelosi had to say. then i'll play something that happened yesterday. >> we have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it away from the fog of the controversy. abby: one of the worst political quotes of all time. todd: we don't have time to read it. trade through the former senior adviser to president obama had this to say recently seen the general rule of politics if you
have to rush to pass a bill before people find out what senate company you will regret passing that bill. >> is that an acknowledgment of all of this then we have to pass it? that's a huge mistake, don't do it that way. find out what senate. >> that's what what democrats faces they also didn't ask for support from either side. they really rushed it down peoples throat without people knowing what is in the bill. come to find the american running a big change. this is what we want. this is what we asked for. he hoped the republicans when we arrived talking to people, davis said would rather see the bill be a good building for it to be rushed because longer-term that's a better answer. the republicans politically, but the country. todd: one thing the obama administration did very well last time was messaging. the phrases such as you would get to keep your back there.
that resonated with a lot of people. turns out that wasn't necessarily the case. provided we can get a point where we can bring health care to the american people from a revised version, whatever we'll can end up doing, the messaging needs to be clear. here's the cheek at commuters which you don't get. abby: the president sent his afternoon in new jersey for the u.s. women's open. abby: you were there, to come the meeting with trent supporters. he over the controversy case. he doesn't shy away. i'm going to be there wearing to make america great again hot. >> he took to twitter. he was enjoying a day of golf. he took on some other topics of the day. here is the first of many traits he shot out yesterday. just got to the u.s. women's open. people are happy with record high stock market up over 17% since the election. stock market hit another
all-time high despite the russian hope story. jobs numbers starting to look very good. of course the big headline of the tweet yesterday. he also said the stock market in all-time high working on trade deals and its workers. >> i've made that clear on the show, but this is why he tweets. you don't hear a lot of the good stuff going on in the country anywhere else. you literally have to follow his twitter account to get a sense of what's going on. train to a lot of people out there despise president trump. when you look at those numbers and the prospects for job that the reprising of trade deals, which is a lot of people. those figures, facts, this is pro-america. abby: who doesn't want america to succeed?
political parties don't. we should be rooting for the best. but be supportive and proud of the country we live in. clayton: some protesters showed up yesterday. there is rallies around the united states. we will play some of that's how it appeared to hit the street yesterday was some of these protesters to find out what they had to say. abby: we're also following starting with the supreme court. issuing a deadline giving the state a response to president trump snowshoeing to block a judge's latest ruling on the travel ban. the white house seeking to undo honolulu district judge derek lawson's ruling which expands the list of exemptions for those taking visas for six muslim majority countries. also, decided knowledge or room is back open days after a terror attack. israel reopening the sanctuary compound this morning, two days after deadly shooting killed two
police officers picked a palestinian gunman in the attack is shared by both and muslims. but it's not fbi director james comey will still be raking in the dough. purportedly citing a book deal with a major new york publisher. "the new york times" reports that hillary clinton's e-mail in the russia probe being offered. nearly 50 years after landing on the moon, buzz aldrin wants to be next on the list. the astronaut rolling out the red carpet at the kennedy space center. the first part of a three-year campaign to help fund advancements that will make the future habitation of myers. aldrin believes there will to land on the red china by 2040 and nasa -- a bigger lebanon.
trade for he was cast by president trump is part of the revitalized program. i would like to get them on the show. he's talking about different structures be found on mars. we should go there and find out what these things are. abby: let spokane. come on our show. todd: and hopefully is very the suit he was wearing in that video. antitrust protests breaking out across the country. the group behind and claim their peaceful. tell that to our next guest michael caputo appeared to threaten to murder his whole family. how did the president supporters feel about all these protests? i went to find out. >> i think it's ridiculous. i'm tired of the protests. >> what's he supposed to do, give up on everything is done? better than the leading branded pill,
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todd: welcome back or 15 minutes after the hour. demanding that trump regime. the group and see that pressure for anti-fascism claims their rights are peaceful. tell that to our next guest, a former presidential advisers says they called his home threatening to murder his family. caputo testified at a house hearing last week. he joins us now. thank you for being here and telling us your story. first, set up what happened. >> when congressman jackie speier california, who represents a district that is adjacent to berkeley has gone on, she read my name out and my wife's name out at a house intelligence committee hearing on march 20th. i don't know why my wife was called out on her hearing, but immediately afterwards i was on business travel. they started receiving telephone calls, threats over other platforms. in particular, one person said
they were antiques and they were going to burn my house to the ground with my wife and toddler daughters inside. 99% of this stuff is a hoax, but in the wake of the alexandria shooting by the democratic campaign volunteer restraints again on republicans, i'm quite concerned, todd. todd: understandably so. if you look at the history, even threatened in the past. you know what a thread is. >> i do. i am an escape. i chose 30 years ago to go into politics but my wife did not admit children did not. in politics, we always believe our families are off-limits. suddenly, all the rules are gone. i've had my life threatened in the past. i was in fear of my life for a couple years after i wrote some things make it about the oligarchs in russia. this is very serious stuff. almost always people trying to make a joke out of things.
things have gotten so serious about their rhetoric is so high that on friday by the house intelligence committee, please help dial down the rhetoric before my family is the next one to get shot. todd: understood, michael. jesse watters had a number of antifa last night. he did say that this is in self-defense. how do you respond to that? >> i think it's ridiculous. transcendent, if you have an ounce of decent date commit any amount of courage come to take off your masks, your black hoodies. the reason they hide their faces is because they are violent and beating up men and women just because they disagree with them. they are fascist through and through and i would've had the decency to allow someone like that at all. todd: where are we as a society?
one of the things that makes america great is that people on both sides, many side and discussion issues freely have a debate. this is taking it to a different level. level i have not seen her do not recall in my lifetime. >> we have lost in a lot of ways. it is easy to get lost and we have lost right now. working for the late jack kemp, his birth date is thursday. something his son, jimmy wrote on the anniversary of his birthday. we we used to be a team as americans. in fact coming here in washington, republicans and democrats at the end of the day would go drinking and eating together. you would watch people enjoying themselves as a team. now it's been so long since i've seen that activity, that cooperation. we have lost as a country. we are truly lost here in
washington and i'm not sure we can get this back good >> cabeza tip o'neill and ronald reagan are long gone. michael caputo, thank you. a new york doctor has to the u.k. to help. why is the mainstream media giving it such minimal coverage. father jonathan morris weighs in on that next. plus, she's only been a senator for seven months. pamela harris carried out for a presidential race in 2020. who she just met with this raises some eyebrows. we'll be right back this morning. new bike? yeah, 'cause i got allstate. if you total your new bike, they replace it with a brand new one. that's cool. i got a new helmet. we know steve. switching to allstate is worth it.
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try and do some quick headlines. 400 pounds of pot found inside the teen new cars made in mexico and shipped right here to the u.s. the ford dealership in ohio finding a package of marijuana press and a spare tire compartment during vehicle inspection. the task force later finding my packages. that is hot. a massive sinkhole still threatening homes this morning. recovery and repairs can now begin in the community right outside florida and they both were solid. 50/50 polls with nearly 250 feet wide with water and debris. no injuries reported. thank god for that. abby: the battle for db charlie gard five continues tomorrow. new york doctor will go in the u.k. train to giving it less than five minutes. father jonathan morris.
>> super important story. not just for charlie gard, but also for wherever you go and in the united states and u.s. the right to make these decisions. >> on friday a judge ruled to travel there. >> you think that women would get the stories the national coverage. all the major networks would be covering it. >> okay, but why is the court the one making the decision? there's legitimate debate about the prognosis for charlie going forward. there is legitimate debate is almost how much is too much medical intervention and how much is good for the good by putting somebody into either a dangerous situation very very painful situation. but there is no debate about who has the right to make a decision for little baby. this should not be the course. -- courts.
it's not just about whether or not charlie guard gets it, but it's crazy. abby: the mainstream media kind of jumped on the story and say it's true. they don't want to acknowledge it for what it is. >> it is the snark that bothers me. the stock of love, so here's this guy, donald trump not really into a lot of the media. how can they really be prating overhand. that is hypocritical or needs all these pastors have completely bought into everything donald trump says and does. that's not true.
there's a long tradition in our country of pastors praying wet in advising the president. president trump is in a situation which he needs the advice and needs our prayers. todd: father, going by globally, bizarre displays of religion no matter how small in general. we see a prayer circle at football games being attacked. i don't think you'd see a picture like that, for example in europe of pastors getting around a president or prime minister and praying over them. you wouldn't see it. thank god we have a long tradition in the united states of america for the public display of religion or spirituality is very natural and normal because religion and spirituality is not to be kept inside the four wheels at the church. abby: unfortunately, getting harder and harder.
we have people like you that are out there. clayton: we have a whole lineup. >> i would say cookie dough. train for raw cookie dough. >> i haven't had in many, many years. abby: father john, grab some on your way out. drink you have a new term supporters to about protests this weekend? >> i think it's ridiculous. i'm tired of the protests. >> they give up on everything that done. >> went through pro-trump rally. go here for more of those coming out. abby: this man while on the job here at home depot. he tries to stop shoplifters in the act. more coming out.
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>> ronald reagan 1984. national ice cream month. we need a month in the day. it's delicious. all of july we are celebrating. >> we women know what your favorite ice cream flavor is. >> i like cookie dough. >> i'm a mac guy. abby: her friends at fox news.com, send us your favorite ice cream flavor. todd: antidrug protesters hitting the streets yesterday including outside the national golf club in new jersey with the president attended. >> those who voted for and also rallied in voicing their support. >> we went there as those to get their reaction. take a look. >> what he think of those protesting the women's open in the golf course? >> i think it's difficult. >> and realistic because he is our president.
with all due respect, if you go against the president, he's their president now. i didn't like their president, but i wasn't out there saying he should be done. >> they don't like our president. >> what you think about the protest during the u.s. open weekend? >> the golf course and he was not president. >> what's he supposed to do? give up and everything is done? >> the president along with the golf tournament is going to be wonderful for our economy. >> i do think the mainstream media will cover the crowd? >> dare not. they'll save trump dashed into a in full force. that's what happened last time we were here. abby: i want her sunglasses. those were hot.
>> we didn't have time to share it there. this was in a prorepublican rally by any stretch of the imagination. this is very much prayer tram. a lot of the folks i spoke to were angry for not putting through the president's agenda. there is anger towards democrats as well, but a lot of republican congressmen. >> i was at a diner in friday morning with the golf tournaments being played. they were excited about the term presidency. they want to see which you can do with the agenda. they are so against the protesting and violence going on. we didn't win in 2004-2008. but we weren't out there protesting. but ultimately we should have more. >> at 12% approval rating, it's
easy to see. we saw those numbers last week compared to congress. it's a totally different world. >> the meteor congress is actually. that's why at some point we talked to the american people because that is who matters most, their voice. other headlines we're following her name with the democrat they have found a top contender for 2020. the near post reports camilla harris is being lavishly entertained is taken by hillary clinton's inner circle in the hamptons. previously denied having national aspirations but he said the democrats top fundraiser. a man is lucky to be alive after a giant piece of shrapnel falls and crashes his car. the driver of the truck with the scrap metal hitting a guardrail and flipped it over a huge metal pipe falling off the overpass right onto the car below. smashing the car was on the driver side.
both drivers walking away just with minor injuries. the truck driver ticketed for careless driving. a good deeds go unpunished. a 7-year-old army that using his military training. the intervention costing him his job. the employee or an extension that the suspect as they tried getting away with thousands of dollars. home depot defending his decision saying the policy is not to confront shoplifters. >> up your pants back at the guy and the guy fell. trades are unbelievable. testimonials are feeling the burn getting things free under socialism. cannabis reform asked the students in b.c. watch this. >> how would you define socialism? >> obviously come the definition gets drowned around a lot.
>> to be quite honest, i don't know. >> trying to spread the love. abby: a poll released last year so 63% of americans under the age of 35 think socialism would be good for the country. at least they understand what it is. now some extreme weather we're following. a tornado touching down in texas north of houston. mr. would cause extreme damage to a business, ripping the roof right off. no injuries reported. >> tracking it all. good morning, rick. reporter: today is a better day across the board. we'll take a look at the map. visitors have come down a little bit. humidities as well for almost everyone is looking better. because of that, not as much in the way of widespread storms.
the northeast into the ohio valley. but the map in motion to see what happens throughout the day today. less cloud cover, light showers in humidity. a spectacular day sunday across much of the northeast. the southeast is a little more humid. summer thunderstorms here, but not for anybody. the northern plains has severe weather as well. that's cleared up behind that façade but temperatures cooling down quite a bit. across the west, and eight months june storms. rain in phoenix in a couple months. that to you. clayton: it's 104 in vegas. abby: it is like 70 year-round. >> to the weather guys have a job in san diego?
>> my friend recording is whether so he can go on vacation. >> police officers ambushed and murdered last year. the business center the deniro joins us next. todd: health care has been delayed as senator john mccain is recovering from surgery. where do lawmakers go from here? andy holmes breaks it all down for us next. ♪ are you going to go my way ♪ i've got to, got to know the ♪ and data without insights. and fragmented care- stop getting in the way of patient recovery and pay attention. every single one of you is on our list. for those who won't rest until the world is healthier,
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established 8854. if you have them come you are urged to throw them out or return them. unless you like eating bone in your hot dog. the san francisco school -- high schools in the spring with the new wellness policy to the fact that drinking regular or cut back altogether. abby: overnight for senate majority leader mitch mcconnell play next on the health care bill as senator john mccain is recovering from surgery. many questions at the village of the 50 votes needed even with senator mccain. where did they go from here? turning the stars amy holmes, political analyst and also a speechwriter for senate majority leader bill chris. good to have you. you look so summery and yellow. >> my goodness can make thank you very much. abby: her thoughts and prayers are with senator john mccain.
he's been a big voice for health care. >> he has been. he's on the fence when it comes to arizona. arizona has had the medicaid expansion like 32 states across the country including the district of columbia where the senators who represent them and are worried about the senate health care reform. >> medicaid expansion in preexisting condition dividing numbers now. who are the big players we need to be watching? >> for example, senator dean heller from nevada went for the medicaid expansion which went to the federal subsidies. the senate bill will slow the rate of growth and also reduce the subsidies in nevada where senator heller is frowned. the republican senator brian sandoval is against this bill. he's been lobbying against it.
also 64% approval rating. mr. heller: for a tougher elect to 28 team. >> to make matters even more complicated, nevada went for hillary. everyone is watching senator heller to see republicans can only if ordered to lose to those of those three, the bill goes down the drain. abby: if they get 50, they can still get vice president mike fen/phen for the tiebreaker. >> it's really tough. with senator mccain putting this out on hold, i'm not sure if it's a blessing or curse for the senate health care bill because it could give people more time to consider if they want to vote for it, but also more time for people to lobby against it. abby: there's a difference between what is better politically for republicans in much better for the american people. sounds better and look better to say we got something pass.
i talked to the american people about this. would rather get the right will come in the works for us. even if it takes longer. >> exactly. take your time. when it comes to health care, we're talking about one sixth of the economy. personally i always thought they should be bipartisan. abby: look what happened to obamacare. they showed down peoples throats. >> they want on a completely partyline basis and you got a bad bill that was not popular and now it's under review and reform. >> your advice is take your time with this. >> so you ask what other senators are we looking at. senator lisa murkowski from alaska. alaska is very dependent on the medicaid and medicaid expansion. she said that take medicaid up take medicaid off the table and look at reforming other parts of the bill that people will be watching carefully. when you talk about one sixth of
the economy, we do 180 top grade just a few years later. >> repealing the civil law. need we don't go that extreme. >> it might be too radical, abby. we are looking for points of consensus. a rasmussen reports, we found shopping across party lines has huge broad support. transfer that makes it more competitive in the marketplace, brings the prices down and gives you more options to choose from. >> exactly. health savings accounts where you can put it in your paycheck can then be able to use them for medical issues moving forward. it seems personally don't be a better way to do it piece by piece instead of this huge, dramatic legislative effort when you're talking about one sixth of the american economy. abby: it makes sense.
it goes to the house. >> here's the other thing. the senate is trying to do this through reconciliation. meaning no filibuster and all they need is senate republicans only affording to lose to. anymore than that we don't have reform at all. abby: will see where it goes good things are breaking it down. dallas police officers ambushed and murdered last year. why does the city say it has to come down. the business owner who built the mural joins us next. plus: kaepernick still unemployed in the wake of his national anthem protest and now one coming to his defense by attacking patriotism. wait until you hear what they wrote in your piece. the ♪ bread into the danger zone the ♪ right into the danger zone the
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clayton: welcome back to mural honoring five dallas police officers must be taken down. das officials say from a sense of the violation of the city code. >> the business owner is still fighting to keep it up. the business owner diana. thank you for joining us. why did you feel is so important to create the mural in the first place? >> we are just trying to honor and respect the dallas police department about what happened a year ago. todd: awful, five police officers murdered a mile away
from where this fences and from where this fences and we put it to me over 19 people at dallas had their shot down brutally in a murder that took place. it's amazing to think that the city didn't want to talk to you. he went to meet with them and you were frustrated that they did want to hear from you. >> yacht, before they don't let us explain what the situation was. but now, after the media getting word, the city tried to say that they don't have nothing against the nearest. this is just the complaints we have. todd: they did issue a statement issue a stay to one or reached out to them, from dallas city. we did not ask that meaning there'll be taken down. this has nothing to do with the fact that defense was built without a permit. it has to do with the fact this fences built without a permit. i apologize. the focus here is the permitting on the fence specifically.
can you guys come to resolution going forward in any way, shape or form? >> we expect hopefully we have an appointment on monday to try and see the accommodations we can do so we can keep it out. >> they went back out to the owners are they still didn't have a permit so they give you a warning. how much are they threatening you? what are the finds from code enforcement? >> right now i'm not sure how much, but we are looking at 2500 feet right now to try to keep them out. abby: how much it costs you to build the mural and sent to the first base? >> just defense by themselves was about $10,000. we still have to pay for the artist, another 8000 probably.
trained for what has been the response in the community? what are you hearing from police officers? >> the police officers come that they are actually happy with the mural. they like that we show some respect for them. basically effect in the row pretty good. train for a come from the city of philadelphia where is the city of murals. but they were violated here in upset about it. good job on the site and keep us updated. still to come, president trump trading this morning. would he just said about hillary and e-mails. todd: plus, real big show coming up. general jack keane and jason chafee all here today. chafee all here today. stay with us. '98. the11 ♪
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>> president trump taken in the u.s. women's open. >> aegis scott derry new jersey. people are really happy with record high stock markets up over 17% since the election. >> resident trout promised we'd get tired of winning. and i get the feeling a lot of people in the media are getting tired of this winning. but they better get used to it. >> dueling demonstrations across the country. the president could take to the streets today. in another round coast-to-coast protest. >> those who voted also rallied support for president trump. >> if you go against the president, the rest of the country. >> is senate majority leader mitch mcconnell delay in consideration of the gop care bill. >> john mccain announced he will be recovering this week from surgery.
>> dominating the news cycle, his oldest son a russian lawyer during the campaign. >> the red shift to a dilution is irrelevant. people see jobs coming back. they see that this week we destroyed the caliphate. that should be the news. ♪ abby: this is one of my favorites. sound like -- sound like >> this is an important hour of television. it is national ice cream day. abby: you can set up your favorite ice cream flavor. we've been talking about it all
morning long. train for my wife and i played this game when it's dessert time we pick which one we will pick on the menu. she always likes this older taste of the something my grandma would say, like a prelude, like a coffee. like a carabao. abby: my husband has the same combination. >> double bed. that's what we do. abby: we are up this morning so as president trump getting ready for the u.s. open, the women's u.s. open. he is still out there defending his son donald trump junior. hillary clinton can illegally get the questions to the debate and make 33,000 e-mails but my son don has been scorned by the media. he follows up with this. thank you to all the supporters who far outnumber the protesters yesterday. the u.s. open very cool.
drain due to that point, we did try to get the other side of the story. we did not see any anti-term protesters in the exact area where we were for other fox outlets if you will. they were definitely outnumbered. >> the mainstream media saying you're going to see a ton of protesters out there. when you physically go there, this tory oftentimes lead the headlines. >> sebastian gorka and now adviser to the president says we are pushing forward to make america great again. we will try to get back away from them change the narrative of the defense over the past few weeks. here's what their plan is. take a listen. >> think about all these people obsessing on this fake news, literally one piece of evidence of anything done illegally by the trump campaign for this administration despite hillary
clinton, her husband, dnc commie ukrainian government, all kinds of incredibly shady deals. whether they want to talk about? they want to forget the people criticizing us now work for the iran deal, and made the jcp or where possible. told that romney during the debate in the 1980s they want their foreign policy back. these people have no integrity. but we don't care, judge, because we are keeping to the agenda that got donald jay trump elected. this is what we talk about in the west wing. we couldn't care less. we are pushing forward in making america great again. abby: you can hear in his voice the frustration from it at the west wing. we've got all the headwinds against us. the media against us, the democrats trying to get the president impeached. we are remaining focused on this.
>> some members said the administration talking about fashions within the administration. leakers, different teams. corey lewandowski talking about the two different teams. you have this sort of outside team that is also this manage some of this russian stuff. get on the same page and then you can turn the page and move forward. abby: makes a really hard to get things done. >> when he talked to the american people, all they wanted something to happen. they don't care about any of this other stuff. abby: of fox's third on the health care on hold. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell on the gop health care bill. >> senator john mccain announced he will be recovering this week from surprise surgery. todd: ellison barber allied with the details. where are we? >> senator john mccain underwent surgery on friday to remove the blood clot from above his left eye.
they removed it during a minimally invasive craniotomy with an eyebrow incision. mccain's office savings gained in arizona this week on the issa.there's that is in good spirits. senate leaders are under pressure from the white house to pass health care. >> whatever you might hear on the cable television, obama carries literally imploding. >> republicans missed the first deadline they set for themselves july 4th. republican leaders hope to pass the latest health care proposal this week. the bill was on shaky ground to begin with with senator mccain is unlikely senate republicans have the votes they need to pass it. majority leader mitch mcconnell said they are tabling the legislation because of mccain's health. in a statement, majority leader mcconnell says there are few people tougher than my friend, john mccain and i know he'll be back. the senate will continue our
work on legislative items the nomination and will defer consideration of the better care act. republicans are appealing in replacing obama carries the biggest item this week, but they're having a tough time getting to those 50 votes. two republican senators, senator rand paul and susan collins announced their intention to vote against the latest version of the bill. that puts the available republican yes votes at 49 republican court. more than not, no word right now on when republicans expect to be scheduled this vote. iv, clayton, todd. abby: ellison barber, thank you so much. of course thoughts and prayers with john mccain. train for the cbo numbers, congressional budget office. if you read the new science, though another political outlet saying the cbo numbers which are taped 22 million people off of
insurance under obama cared that this would imperil. this was the nail in their coffin. these are the headlines a few weeks ago. now, the white house is coming out saying basically these are all fake numbers to begin with and we shouldn't be paying attention to it. >> it goes to what we're talking about earlier, that they have to proactively send out statement to say to the american people, jesse said he knows cbo comes out in the media talks about this, a lot of it isn't actually accurate. you can read a lot of it. >> the cbo methodology which favors the competition is fundamentally flawed. as a result, best predictions regarding health for in legislation have not worn much resemblance to reality. the senate bill is unlikely to fare much better although the media and political left will seize on it. cbo estimates will be little more than fake news.
they laid out on the table. really interesting point before when you said you were for the cbo score. against did not in your favor. if transforming love this. kaepernick viewing last season and holy smokes did people flip out about this. he was kneeling before games during the national anthem. you recall people were flipping out about this and even teammates. the nfl is angry about this. the areas before the game. "chicago tribune" columnist is coming out basically attacking the star-spangled banner is the problem calling it a pompous song that we are playing before nfl games. listen to this. he has this to say. abby: it's unbelievable. the star-spangled banner is spurred by petition but 5 million veterans signatures.
it was dedicated in 1931, but it wasn't until 1942 in our entry into world war ii when it was played before the game. she goes on to say that people fear a pressured to salute the flag. why do we do this? we don't do that before watching the movie and the movie theater. this is what really may be upset by this op-ed. what is so wrong with standing for something come of being proud to be an american, and maybe think about our military and how they fight for freedom. >> she also takes shots at the military. she says when did we start marching veterans out before every game now. she said it started when the pentagon signed this contract with the nfl and started throwing money at the nfl. she called it basically follows a treatise on. the recent kaepernick lost his job is because he wanted to take a stand by kneeling against the star-spangled banner. he's a great quarterback.
actually he lost his job because he's not a good quarterback. he is the starting nod because of this, but he wasn't good. abby: instead they are bringing on felons, people harmful. they are not hiring him. she said that's far less initiative than someone that could hurt a team player. i think it all goes back to what we want her identity to be and what we want to stand for? that's a makes this country great. >> that's what she caused the national lampoon. a pompous song. >> we can get to salary cap said whether kaepernick is a good player. she literally cost of 5 million veterans who offered their signature so we do this, make it a part of our lives because the dollars a part of our lives for better or worse. think about that. she caught a 5 million veterans. what is wrong with embracing those who file for freedom? abby: what you think? the three of us combined and
it's pretty disgusting. should we be proud to be american and still use the star-spangled banner? >> or the other side of our jamaica may do think it is being used for making money for the nfl in being rolled out in front of all these fans come of this signed by the pentagon. what do you think? friends@fox news.com. abby: other headlines. the state until tuesday to respond to president trump's motion to block a judge's latest ruling. the u.s. district judge ruling expands the list of exemptions for those seeking visas for the muslim majority countries. opened just days after a terrorist attack from israel reopening the temple in the compound this morning two days after a deadly shooting killed two israeli police officers. the palestinian gunman killed in
the attack is shared by both and muslims. also, much of the criticism she faces is for being a woman. take a look. >> to criticize policy, but criticizing how i look or what i wear or how i speak, it totally undercuts modern feminism, saying there for women. abby: invented that. conway encourage political discussions to stick to policy. she's dealt with so much. growth are not come as many personal attacks on her. transfer coming out. train do all year for the mainstream media, trump's ties to russia. follow the paper trail and the democrats. dana hoffer joins us next. -- daniel holbert joins us next.
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trained for welcome back of the month of harping on present trends alleged ties to russia may have occurred on democrats. as questions arise over the ties to russia. daniel holbert is a contributing editor and author of the booklet and a comedy audacious rebuilding of the political machine. good to see you this morning. >> great to be here. >> with the liberal media will say about this, now you're trying to paint democrats as the polluters in charge. back up this claim. >> very serious questions as to how the russians even got into the united states in the first
place. reports have russians were let in by the justice department which of course is run by the obama admin is duration just last year. i am not excusing any action that might have been taken by any republican with a administration ernie trump officials, but there are questions as to why they were in america in the first place. anybody who does lobbying for a foreign entity has to disclose their context. they are based on their own disclosures that research questions as to what these people were doing and let them in. >> let's talk about the dnc at the heart of all this. the democratic national committee and contractor at the center of all of these allegations. what's this about? >> that is a good question. look, there's a lot of questions about who the dnc was talking to, why they might have been reaching out to see contractors and stuff.
there's a lot more to come out in the days and weeks to come. >> whether or not these contracts at the dnc were somehow talking with the russian government during the election campaign of what was being handed to them. >> we just don't know at this point. >> a question about this particular attorney in the united states and had her visa extended nvidia followed ministration, how she was able to meet at trump tower. >> exactly. why did she get a special waiver required for her to build to enter. at some point she was not able to enter and then she was via the obama administration. the regulators try to blame other people in a statement in the department of homeland security and various other governmental entities. these people need to explain why these russians who they suspect now suspecting ties to various government entities, perhaps with various connections, why
were they leading especially if the u.s. government at that time believed the russian government was trying to sabotage this election? president obama's reaction to this, president trump has raised questions another people have by president obama's reaction to this and hillary clinton has questioned why did he react the way he did and does he take some blame for not reacting properly? train for the the intercepts that he wasn't talking about, listening to trump tower. it's more about going to come out that they seem to be aware of who is meeting with question marks in that i think so. did the intercepts occur after this meeting? were they in response to this meeting? were they led him to be able to track them and somehow just lead to those steps? clayton: good to see you this morning. fascinating. doing this and invite further and further. president trump promised to build a big beautiful border wall.
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screen, thinner body and better camera and played nardi has a pre-order at a featherbedding and. the "game of thrones" beginning on hbo. those of the seven kingdoms, who will be traded this season? we'll find out at 9:00 p.m. this eastern. train for the beginning stages of president transporter while reportedly underway according to "the texas observer." the administration will build the first section of the wall through santa ana wildlife refuge. >> some on the less safe it is constructed they are all essentially destroy the refuge. the goal is to protect the american people, not wildlife. >> steve cortez, spokesman for hispanic 100. a fox news contributor. good to see this morning. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> what are the holdups and the problems? it matters not a problem.
our president who is a promise keeper is delivering on a promise he made to the american people as a candidate. someone who's worked with this campaign, nothing got a rousing applause during the rallies compared to the wall. the reason, by the way, is he wants to put america's security first. some people make this seem as make this seem as though it's in 10 mexican. nothing further from the case. when i put my family to sleep last night, i locked the door not because i hate those on the outside that because i love those on the inside. america's front door has been wide open for years, reckless and lawless and this president has shown real leadership by showing safety and security economic and security of our people comes first in good fences often being good neighbors. it's time for consumers to their border. abby: also disputed reports that the trump administration may expand the ability for immigration officials to support illegal immigrants do you united
states if they've been here for less than 90 days. you say this is a positive move forward. >> i absolutely is. i started such a bad position during the past administration to try and do their jobs and fight with one hand tied behind their back. for instance come you couldn't be immediately deported last year, within 100 miles of the border. that is creating a secondary border. a lot of folks are done. they know if i get 100 miles and i'm somewhat untouchable. the reason this is so important that would instantly deport people over the borders if we don't do that, if we say you can stay, they don't show up and we know this. families who come in and were labeled to stay the night stayed for their hearings, 70% did not report. >> what congress have to prove that ability or said something
they can do through executive action? >> through executive action in the white house proclamation. this is smart stated you got your inner legal anywhere in the united states, what's the difference if you're in wisconsin come you are still not supposed to be here and so you can be deported immediately if necessary. this is just sensible. we don't have a border. we border. would another country. we love legal immigration and that's an insult to them by the way to allow people to come in as they please in sheet and game the system. todd: so no trouble with them at the wildlife refuge? >> of course there was have to be sensitive to the environment. i'm not a biologist. i don't know enough about the specifics of the wildlife refuge. we're talking about a wall that's not very big good construction can be done in the responsible way. even if there is some minimal damage to say to wildlife fair, the protection of the american people always has to be
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get one free. i was reading in the information they give us before him that the average american eats 23 pounds of ice cream a year. clayton: i believe it. >> how much have you eaten? >> to spend that i choked on the first one. train for what's your favorite flavor? >> i love all flavors, but vanilla you can turn into any other flavor. abby: what can people expect? >> a little bit of weather out there. for one thing from a few worse turns because it done or in hot and humid. you can see the garden brady thunderstorms. the northeast across much of the northern plains as well. sterns as well as the four corners. this will be her story. he advisories in effect right across the central part of the country will build this week. let's get ready for another hot and humid week.
coming into play. >> happy national ice cream day. please keep sending in your favorite flavors. >> how quickly you into the ice cream site. >> priorities. >> some other headlines. terrifying moments that were all caught. a fighter jet pilot making a lifesaving decision ejecting himself seconds before is on a runway in belarus. traveling down the runway when planes began shooting from the engine. the landing gear collapsing as he continues down the tarmac. the aircraft continues on. fortunately, nobody was hurt. also, they were allegedly three kids in a toy wagon bus behind her car.
end around about five miles an hour. that is crazy. they were going up to 30 miles per hour and the kids were nearly hit when she pulled into a nearby store. she didn't think it was a big deal but is now charged with child endangerment. another site to see pedestal and carcass airborne put the number several times. the driver verse with a parked car before laying in the michigan yard. crawling out from under the wreckage accused of stealing a car earlier this month. a first davis cup will never forget. kayakers arrested as fresh and letters capsize. >> the big question, though they
get a second date? firefighters pulling the 23-year-old woman to safety. the big domestic can imagine swallowing a lot of water causing her to be in serious but stable condition. the 24 gold man was able to get out on his own. emergency crews are now warning people to stay out of the water until level subside. clayton: get some ice cream. go to the movies. drink a very serious situation. if you're looking for a sign, that could be yet. transferred or in memory. abby: think about your birth or during a family, where you come down. a new bit of research shows that earth order really does matter. those that are second born, second children far more likely to be delinquent, how big problems, end up getting arrested. just like in my family. i was born first. my sister was the one who is
always running from the law. abby: i was number two and i totally relate. the families of two or more children, the second born boys are 20% to 40% more likely to be disciplined in school and enter the criminal justice system compared to people like me, the firstborn. my older sister was perfect. i ran away from home multiple times. i even went to the bus stop when i was five years old. i tried back, i was gone. my mom bought the book had a deal with terrible twos. train for how many here are second born children. here's this guy. are you ever arrested? >> no. clayton: were you a good child? >> very good. >> i was the firstborn. my brother who was a guy second born. he is on the upper east side.
you will say that i went to a more traditional route like it went to law school, focus on getting good grades. my brothers are like whatever, makes weimar money they made. transfer the first child is spoiled and get everything. when you were born number two, it's like hi, i'm here. abby: the ones who are the last corner second born on the stand up comedians. most comedians are second born children. abby: send us your thoughts. you may stack up number two in your family. do you think the study is true? are you more likely to get in trouble? abby: and also, do you think this guy is an angel? he says he's never been in trouble. still ahead, the mainstream media democrats stepping up further cries for impeachment. >> so many of us are attempting in every way that we possibly
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>> we learn more and more about the trend campaign relationship with russian officials in what appears to be an ongoing effort. >> it has an impact on the country. this congress will make a decision. >> fox news contributor kai benson and strategist and fox news contributor, thank you both for being here. take it off. i think delusional? >> definitely overreach. my mind is open to the possibility that at some point we can get evidence that's actually impeachable. high crimes and misdemeanors along those lines. they may not have the information until robert miller's investigation is complete. based on everything we know today, filing articles of impeachment i think is massively immature. it makes them look like there are no which had.
i think it actually helps donald trump and the president and his team because it energizes his base and supporters and it makes conservatives like myself say that democrats are way off base here. >> do you agree? >> i was a good one. i tend to agree. it would take all that, but impeachment is a little bit far out right now. there were meetings, the e-mails are definitely problematic for the white house to change the story. charles krauthammer and other top conservatives have said this gives the white house lost credibility. is impeachable? not quite yet. wait and see what it points out. it's important for democrats to focus on getting our message out to the american people. what are we for and what are we against?
mueller will have something to say in the next couple months. todd: you guys are rand agreement. i will try and show little red meat. the don junior beating change the election anyway, shape or form? >> it's impossible to know. this meeting started with four people. now we are at six people. >> the numbers change so fast. i can't remember. >> do you really think there's any possibility that this particular meeting with this woman impacting the 2016 election? unless you can find evidence that she and her friend somehow convinced through this meeting hillary clinton not to campaign in michigan and wisconsin, then there's nothing. >> i agree. the clinton campaign has its fair share of problems. all 17 intelligence agencies say
the change of o.? no. is that problematic? it absolutely is. now we figure out whether the trump family, trump associates in campaign people, who was talking to the russians? what impact -- what possible impact could that have? we don't know that until the mueller investigation takes court. what was said, what information was exchanged. >> drilling down into this one female attorney. was that she brought into this by the obama administration? >> that the red herring. don junior should not have met with her, especially after the e-mail exchange showed she was somehow connected to the russian and on top of that changed its stories. it was just a meeting. i wasn't sure. another seven people in the meeting.
i knew she was going to do russians. both democrats and republicans agree here. >> didn't that woman also work as sort of a democratic lobbyist in many respects? >> she was tight as democratic firm coldfusion gps. it's weird she ends up in the room with donald trump junior. there's a good possibility she was a kremlin cut out whether they have anything to do with this have no idea. if they were trying to bait donald trump junior to doing something shady with the russians, mission accomplished. ballots on hand. but if this is on the democrats if they were behind us, they never used it against the trend campaign. i'm a little bit skeptical of the theory. i want to go back quickly to the initial premise which is impeachment. it's very important for voters, republican voters in particular to think about this. right now, paul ryan is the speaker of the house.
the funds we don't have bombshell new evidence of crimes in impeachable offenses, impeachment is going nowhere. democratic backbenchers pushing for this. in the event the democrats win the house next year, a democratic house is going to move forward with impeachment regardless of what the evidence is. >> we have to see what the mueller investigation says first. i would say to republicans listening when information stirs to roll out, what's being said and not just say it's partisan rancor because there's more there. >> absolutely. >> great discussion. a lot to think about. coming up, congressman john lewis tries to get president trump a history lesson. >> the person we have in washington today is uncaring, no very, very little about the struggle in the history of the
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washington today is very, very little about the struggle in the history of the civil rights movement. >> uruguay and, dr. martin luther king jr. dr. alveda king. great to see you this morning. listening to what he had to say, david axelrod the other day in an interview had this to say in pushback on this whole george wallace comparison. but what to play this and get your take on it. >> what about the president and his actions suggest to you that he is in the tradition of a famed, notorious segregation? >> i think for the record, the voter registration records.
that's a form of harassment. >> dr. king, your thought. >> well, first i would like to say my president is leading the charge for civil rights today for the little unborn persons in the world who have a right to live. i'm director of civil rights for the unborn and i say that everybody civil rights count around the world to the tune coming young, old, sick, elderly, babies and a woman everything. the president is certainly fighting for civil rights. with african-american leaders and everyone there is supporting. i believe president trump might agree that we are defending america. you're supporting him. as the african american museum for example, he was knowledgeable of much of the history when we stopped and looked at the slave manacles them things. he said this is terrible.
you can't do that to people. president trump is surrounding himself with knowledgeable people. president trump himself as a brilliant man. i believe he's compassionate. look at all the executive orders, for african-american moving into our family but dr. ben carson and had. there were so many things he's doing working with african-american leaders. >> the problem is people are lazy and they don't want to look at the bright things being done. it's an easy attack for democrats to constantly at republicans for being racist. why did they always pull the card? >> the card being played on another congressman lewis from the civil rights movement of the 20th century when we marched and went to jail, so people don't really know that many. you can live and walk but she may not know the history to a
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>> those who voted for him also related nearby their support for president trump. >> if you go against the president, you go against the country. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell delaying consideration of the gop health care bill. >> that decision coming after senator john mccain announced he will be recovering this week from surgery. >> but still dominating the news cycle, his oldest son leading the russian lawyer since the campaign. >> this russia russia collusion delusion is irrelevant. people see jobs coming back, they see the price of gas. they see the fact that this week we destroyed the caliphate. that should be the news. ♪ ♪ >> you're watching fox and friends. the number one cable morning show in all of television.
abby: that is a great point and a great reminder, clayton. clayton: it is a great reminder. >> not only have we going to have ice cream in our next hour, but this hour, mini-golf. yes, you heard me correct. mini-golf. the three of us are going to go at it. clayton: why? abby: because fox and friends -- >> u.s. open. clayton: oh, i just want to make sure. sometimes i walk in, there's a giant inflatable dolphin, and you never know what you're going to see. abby: or water slide. but it is a big golf day because the u.s. open in new jersey, the women's open and president trump is there. he's planning on going today. and he's already up with us. >> he was there yesterday, and he's up this morning tweeting about it. abby: a little politics, a little golf. >> here's what he had to say this morning. hillary clinton can legally get the questions to the debate and delete 33,000 e-mails but my son don is being scorned by the fake news
media. >> with all of his phony unnamed sources #fakenews is destroying democracy in our country. abby: yeah, you know what? it's an interesting take but also, i think a message i've been hearing from a number of his advisers from inside the west wing, inside the white house who have been working every day on this agenda on trying to get certain things done. they feel all of the cards are stacked against them. they have no one out there on the outside rooting for them. saying you know what? we're ignoring all of this stuff. >> so let me throw this out to the audience. i thought it was a good debate. is it the media's fault of this drip, drip, drip, that has been coming out from the emission? we had changing stories a few moments ago interviewing different experts on this very question. this sort of drip, drip database drip that's coming out day after day where this story has evolved. is that the media's fault or should as many guests over the weekend have said, just get the story out once. don't allow the media any
extra red meat by throwing blood in the water. abby: well, dr. sebastion gorka who is aside president trump, he's standing with the president saying we're still working hard inside the white house. here's what he said. >> think about all of these people that are obsessing on this fake news. literally, lies. not one piece of evidence of anything done illegally by the trump campaign or this administration, despite hillary clinton, her husband, the dnc, the ukrainian government totally complicit in shady deals. but they want to criticize the people for the iran deal. told mitt romney. do you remember during the debate, oh, russia? really? the 1980s want their foreign policy back. these people have no integrity. but we don't care, judge because we are keeping to the agenda that got donald j.
trump elected. people think that this is what we talked about in the west wing. we couldn't care less. we are working with pushing forward, and we're making america great again. >> and one of the ways that they're pushing forward, trying to push forward is in health care. turning now to a fox news alert. a lot happened overnight. health care on hold. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell delaying considerations of the gop health care bill. >> yeah. that's coming after this man, senator john mccain announced he would be recovering from surgery this week. abby: ellison is live in washington, d.c. with the very latest on this. good morning. >> good morning to you all. any sort of vote on health care is not going to happen this week. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says they are
tabling the legislation because of senator mccain's health. in a statement mcconnell said quote there are few people tougher than my friend john mccain, and i know he'll be back with us soon. while john is recovering, the senate will continue our work on legislative items and nominations, and we'll defer consideration of the better
care act. mccain's office says he's staying in arizona this week on the advice of doctors. but is in good spirits. this as senate leaders face pressure from the white house to fulfill the long time campaign promise of repealing and replacing obamacare. >> this deal, as i mentioned, gives states unprecedented freedom and flexibility to reform medicaid and bring better coverage, better care, and better outcomes to our most vulnerable and our society. abby: republicans missed the last deadline they set for passing health care reform. republican leaders hope to vote on the latest proposal this week. the bill was on shaky ground to begin with. without mccain, it's unlikely senate republicans can get the minimum votes to pass it. two republican senators, senators rand paul and susan collins already announced their intention to vote against the bill. you combine that with mccain's
absence, and that puts the available republican yeses at 49. republicans, of course, need more than that. no word now on when they expect to hold a vote. all they're saying now on the leadership side is that it's deferred. abby, clayton, todd. >> allison, thank you. abby: it reminds you, though, every vote matters. hopefully the best for senator john mccain. this is very tight. as you can imagine the democrats, clayton, they're loving every moment. clayton: well, democrats have advice for republicans. and dan pfeiffer tweeting this. former senior adviser to barack obama. he tweeted this: general rule of politics. if you have to rush to pass your bill before people find out what's in it, you will regret passing that bill. that's really good advice. abby: it's great advice. and probably something they should have listened to eight years ago when they shoved obamacare down everybody's throat. do you remember this moment with nancy pelosi? this was in 2010 she was talking about passing obamacare. take a listen. >> we have to pass the bill so
that you can find out what is in it away from the fog of the controversy. >> and you wonder why people dislike politicians and specifically congress in general. abby: the irony there, though, of his statement of you should really take your time, get to know what is inside this bill. maybe get some bipartisan support before passing. the complete opposite, by the way, of what the democrats did back then. >> short-term memory loss. it's like dori. you know, finding nemo. she can't find five minutes. abby: i have that problem now with the pregnancy brain. it's a real problem. >> it is a real problem. abby: no, i think it's a reminder as republicans. they've got to get this right. communicate with the american people. what are they trying to pass? >> well, it's a difficult narrative. i mean, first of all, for democrats, the narrative has been preexisting conditions, we're going to take care of you. you don't have health care insurance, we're going to provide health care insurance for you. republicans right now are in a difficult position, and they admit that this narrative is not on their side.
you're going to remove health care, you're going to try to change -- your argument is premiums are going up. well, we haven't really been hearing that narrative from them. we haven't been hearing them doing town hall meetings where they've been facing all of this criticism from angry people in kentucky and other places saying you're going to take away my health care. is it enough to go to these town hall meetings and saying we're going to take away from health care. abby: you wonder what's worse. getting the messaging right and promising people everything and then realizing if you don't have health care, you're going to pay for it anyway. they promised all of these things eight years ago and now what you're expecting. now republicans i think we need to learn from that. get your messaging right but also promise things to the american people that you can actually deliver on. >> but the problem is the democrats turn around and spin the republicans messaging and basically say, oh, the republicans are going to kill you, and that's a real, tough message to walk back from. abby: but, you know, we've got to get health care right. everyone is passionate about
this one. we'll see where this goes but what is it? one sixth of our economy? >> yeah. one sixth. >> no one said it was going to be easy. health care is not easy, certainly not in this day and age. but when we talk to the people, they want this, and they want taxes, and they want it done. they're tired of excuses. abby: turning now to other headlines we're following this morning. the supreme court issuing a deadline to hawaii, giving the state until tuesday to respond for the judge's latest ruling. hohonolulu district judge from those seeking visas from six muslim majority countries. and just days after a terror attack, this is new video from a temple mount and noble sanctuary compound this morning. where security, as you can imagine, is extra tight. two police officers were ambushed after being in that compound on friday. the three palestinian gunmen
killed in the attack. the sacred ground is shared by jews and muslims. also the president appointing former federal prosecutor as white house special counsel. he's being in charge of the white house legal and media response. the investigation into alleged russian medaling in the 2016 election. that will be a job. cob will work closely with president trump's outside legal team led by mark kasowitz. and mike pence has a special message for the media. take a look. >> president trump promised we would get tired of winning. [laughter] and i get the feeling a lot of people in the media are getting tired of us winning, but they better get used to it. [applause] abby: there you have it. the vice president making those remarks in front of a young, conservative crowd at the mavericks pac conference in washington. that was last night. you can tell he's frustrated too. >> all right. getting fired up there. that's about as fired up as we see pence. all right. coming up, another
victory against isis. the leader of the afghan branch killed by an air strike. so why isn't more credit being given to the white house and its accomplishments? general jack keane on deck to weigh in next. >> plus, a huge morning for star wars fan. abby: oh, clayton. >> yes. a behind-the-scenes teaser for the last jedi just revealed, and she'll show to you. abby: nerd alert >> and that's not all. we'll show you more of it when we come back past partl past .
>> hey, welcome back. another victory in the war against terror. killed in the u.s. air strike targeting its military headquarters. >> a great reduction in fighters. we have killed dozens of their senior leaders, and we will not stop until isis is defeated inside afghanistan. >> so why isn't there being more credit given to the white house and its success against terrorism? here to weigh in is retired four star general and fox news military analyst general jack keane. general, always great to see you. thanks for joining us. >> great to see you, clayton. clayton: i didn't see any of this in the papers after this unfolded on friday. are you surprised by that? >> well, no, i think particularly anything to do with what's going on in afghanistan has sadly to say
become the forgotten war after 16 years. this is after killing the head of isis core group in afghanistan and certainly it will take a toll on that organization. but as we have always discovered, clayton, because the radical islamists are committed to a religious and political belief system, that's what they commit to. they don't commit to leaders, that the organization will continue to go on. you know, six years after we killed osama bin laden, that's where we are right now, that organization is revitalized, and it's thriving. it's as strong as it has ever been. clayton: how frustrating is it for you, general, as the architect of the surge being involved in that and seeing all of the advancements that we made in that region to see us have to fall back and reclaim territory that we gave up? >> yeah. it's sad, and it's tragic, and it's frustrating. as much as that's painful to me, it's so difficult for our soldiers who are out there every day, you know, having to
deal with the reality of that. we walked away from iraq in 2011, and that got us isis. people from the previous administration don't want to stitch that together, but that is the truth of it. we don't have this problem if we had stayed in the game in iraq like we did post conflict in germany, in italy, in japan, and in south korea. when we walk away like we did in vietnam, somalia, haiti, we have problems. that is on the doorstep of president obama. here we are in afghanistan, and also, his policies have driven us to a war here, that's not winnable. and right this coming week, it's interesting as you're bringing this subject up, the president is meeting with his national security team this week, and they're going to try to arm wrestle what do we do about afghanistan? is there a way forward? is there a path forward that we can come out of this thing for a win for the afghan people and also for all of the
soldiers who have sacrificed so much? >> yeah. he has to cleanup a lot right now. he's got a lot on his plate and quite a mess to deal with here. what is the administration doing right? we see this isis leader killed in afghanistan. but what is that path forward this week when he meets with that team? where do we go from here? >> well, first of all, i give the administration some pretty good marks when it comes to foreign policy and national security because they have put america's leadership back on the world tangle promoting peace, prosperity, and security reassuring our allies. and they're willing to confront our adversaries. north korea, iran, china, and certainly russia in a way that we have not in the past. when it comes to afghanistan, we have got to deal with the sanctuaries that the afghan taliban have in pakistan. that's job one. if we don't deal with that, then the war is protracted, and we're going to sacrifice more soldiers i think unnecessarily. so that, we have got to come
to grips with that. and then put the resources back into afghanistan. yes, that requires some form of escalation. i'll leave it to the people who are closer to it than me. what that is. and commit yourself to the government that's in afghanistan and also help them in terms of their political reform and corruption. but make a commitment to the country that we're going to stay the course -- if we don't -- if we walk away or we leave it as it is, it becomes a breeding ground for radical islam terrorism that will be exported to europe and exported to the united states. it directly affects the security of the american people, and that is really what's on the table. >> and that's at the heart of the argument. general, always great to see you. enjoy your sunday. thank you very much for joining us. >> good talking to you, clayton. >> thank you, general. >> coming up on the show, how do the supporters feel about the antitrump protest unfolding this weekend? we sent todd to find out. >> he's our president now. i didn't like their president,
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>> well, antitrump protesters hitting the streets yesterday, including outside the golf club in new jersey where the president attended attended the u.s. open. abby: as this two voted for him also related nearby to voice their support. >> so what do they think of all the protests? went out to find out. >> what do you think those protesting the u.s. open at the golf course? >> i think it's ridiculous. i'm tired of the protests. >> it's unrealistic because he is our president. and all due respect, if you go against the president, you go against the country.
he's our president now. i didn't like their president, but i wasn't out there saying he should be dumped. >> they don't like our president, let them at least respect him. >> what do you think of the protests here during u.s. women open weekend? >> it's been at the golf course when he was not president, so i see no problem with it. >> he owns the golf course. what's he supposed to do? just give up on everything that's done? >> as a local, i think the president being here along with the golf tournament is going to be wonderful for our economy. >> usa. usa. >> how do you think the mainstream media is going to cover this rally? >> they're not. they'll get a whole group photo of the opposition, and they'll say trump -- antitrump protesters were in full force, and they'll just show a couple of us. that's what happened last time we were here. clayton: well, with those glasses, of course. dagen: yeah, i love the sunglasses, but she's so spot on. how often did you watch the mainstream media, and it seems it's blowing up out of control, and you actually
physically go because oftentimes as journalists or what we do is we go out to where the action is, and you see what's going on on the ground is far different than what's being reported. >> his frustration during the campaign is, look, they're not going to pull this camera shot back. they're not going to show you how many thousands of people are here in this stadium right now. they're only going to show you, you know, the 30 people that are by the stage right now. but they're going to show you wide shots of jeb bush rallies, and that was a frustration, things we heard from him. >> and although some people may think that president trump's tweets are not in the best interest, he does have to tweet in order to get that message out. for these folks, however, they don't need any tweets. they are so for the president. in fact, we were talking about this earlier. they're often antirepublican, and that was the thing that stood out to me. they are very antirepublican in congress. they want the republicans to figure out a way to pass th the president's because they say, look, the president complained on this.
we voted him into office. he's trying to get these major, major policy issues accomplished. yet, the republicans are standing in the way. obviously, the democrats are the obstructionists that are preventing the republicans from accomplishing a lot of those goals, but still. there was a lot of anger towards republicans in congress out there. abby: you know, i heard that when i was in the diner on friday. they don't feel like enough republicans, like the leaders in the house and the senate are doing enough to stand by president trump right now to defend him when times get tough. i heard that from a number of people. but there were protests breaking out throughout the country that of course you saw if you're watching the mainstream media. but really nowhere else do you see the pro trump -- i've never seen a group so loyal as this that support president trump. you say what you will about them, but they are die-hards. they will stand by him no matter what. >> this is also new jersey too. a very liberal state. abby: good point. the big news out of washington this morning, health care delayed as senator john mccain recovers from surgery.
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>> great job on the music this morning. abby: we've got all the classics being played this morning. just want to wake up to this. >> some good, classic rock. let's talk health care this morning. let's bring in utah congressman jason chaffetz. nice to see you this morning, jason. abby: good to see you from my home state of utah. love it. >> glad to be with you. >> overnight, we now learned health care vote will be delayed. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell delaying that health care vote because senator john mccain had some surprise surgery on friday to remove a blood clot from his face. scary stuff, so thoughts are with the senator's family as he is recovering. what does this do to the health care vote?
do you think that this is going to delay it any further than this week? what is your sense of things? >> well, look, giving it more light of day is just fine, and everybody's going to understand everybody's hearts on both sides of the aisle. i'm sure it's with senator mccain and his family. but by all accounts, he'll be back up on his feet before we know it. and allowing it a little bit more time to percolate, so everybody gets to see and understand what's in it. i don't think that's a problem. a, though, i've got to tell you. i do wish they had voted on the house bill. i still don't understand with all the gyrations we did in the house of representatives, why did we vote on that bill? but with two senators already baig on this next one, boy, there is literally not a single vote to give at this point. >> you're not confident in this. abby: yeah, what is the hold up? because you have been on the inside of this leading the way on so much issues for years now. now you're at an interesting position being on the outside looking in. help us and help the american people understand why things aren't getting done at a pace
that many expect they should. because american people are upset about this. they're, like, you've promised health care for seven years now. why don't you have it done? >> well, look, i'm ticked about it as well. was a chairman back in the day, and in the november, december time frame, we were told by leadership that we were going to front-end or front load the january calendar because we wanted to have the health care bill on the president's desk by january 20th. and so here we are, you know, turning the corner into july, and you get the sense that they just now starting to look at it in the senate. >> why, though? why? >> about the house bill. i don't know. you know, i heard senator tumi say, well, we never ever thought that president trump would be a president trump. >> right. >> and that may be very true, but i voted more than 50 times to repeal obamacare. but do you think we actually brought up that bill to vote on it once donald trump was the president? no, they didn't bring that up bill because that was just
pretend back then. they never did bring up that bill. >> jason, i want to get you to the cbo score just because referring driver as a cbo score, a lot of people may not understand exactly what that score means, how they get there. and quite frankly, does it matter? you've been in the trenches. thund. break it down for the american people. >> well, it does give you a perspective. with the congressional office does is what's going to happen financially in what's called the ten-year window. they also do a 75-year trajectory to try to guess. but they were off by millions of people on the last one as it related to the health care vote. and remember, one of the things that the bills do is repeal the individual mandate because you're not forcing people to go on health care. then you're probably not going to have as many people sign up to it. but, for me, it's a liberty. it's a freedom issue. i just don't think you force people to do that in the united states. but that score is something that's thrown around as, oh,
you're going to have this many people -- this many less people involved or engaged in health care. but it's a perspective. it's something for the senators at this point. abby: you're upset about it, so is the ceo of jp morgan chase. i'm sure you saw this video. he was on a phone call, and he went off on the dysfunction in washington. take a listen to this: >> this administration can make breakthroughs in taxes and infrastructure and regulatory reform. we have become the most -- one of the most bureaucratic, confusing societies on the planet. it's embarrassing being an american citizen traveling around the world and listening to the stupid (bleep) we have to deal with in this country. and at one point, we all have to get our act together or we won't do what we're supposed to do for corporations. competitive taxes are important for business and business growth, which is important for jobs and wage growth. and, you know, honestly, we should be bringing that along. >> he went on to say, jason, we've been growing at 1.5 to 2%, in spite of the stupidity right now.
so we've been growing at this despite all of the regulation and stupidity. one, big chunk of the health care bill is the 3% surcharge that now looks like republicans are going to pull out. this of course levied against investors. republicans look like they're going to keep that in the health care law as well, which is i mean, if you're trying to grow this economy, is this a smart move? you can sense his frustration. >> well, that same frustration is the reason we have president trump. but i know that donald trump as the president i'm sure is very frustrated as well. but, look, i think the country is tired of the democrats screaming impeachment and collusion. they're just opposed to absolutely everything. on the republican side of the aisle, we were elected as -- in the house and the senate and the presidency to get stuff done. to get things passed. so this year's agenda, you've got to repeal and replace obamacare, and you've got to get meaningful tax reform. those are the two big items for 2017.
and yet, i think the ceo is expressing a frustration that why aren't those already done? why are we still having to go through these gyrations? abby: them and the american people. jason chaffetz, great to have you with us from salt lake city, utah. >> all right. thank you. the democrats speaking up. they may have found a top contender for 2020. the new york pope says kamala harris is being lavished this weekend from hillary clinton's circle in the hamptons. declines having any national aspirations but said to be the democrat top fundraisers. keep a close eye on that one. and remember when howard dean vowed to take back the white house? >> going to south dakota and oregon and washington and michigan, and then we're going to watch it in dc take back the white house. abby: we all remember that. well, now the former dnc chair is slamming the republican health care bill telling msnbc
that the gop is quote moral morally bankrupt. >> they're not speaking for the country. they're speaking for themselves. i find the republican party to be morally bankrupt. they don't care about their constituents, just about their donors. they certainly don't give a damn about the integrity of the elections. abby: well, his comments being run one week after being run by a criminal enterprise. also oj simpson's lawyer is on count of his old client being on parole. the 70-year-old -- can you believe that? the former football star has a hearing this week after spending nine years in a nevada prison for armed robbery and kidnapping. the attorney says parole in the state is based on how you behave in prison and that oj has been a model inmate. well, the hearing is set to be televised on thursday. he could be out in october. wow. and as fans, we're not excited, enough already. disney releasing a new behind the scenes look are you listening, clayton? star wars episode 8 the last jedi.
>> play it. >> family, and that's what's so powerful about it. >> the inside look features the late carrie fisher and other stars. disney also revealing these brand-new posters at the g23 expo. the movie hits theaters on december 15th. have you marked your calendar yet? >> and we're supposed to be showing you -- and maybe we can still play it today. rick, i love to go this -- the new disney world attraction. the new disney world attraction that they've been working on. >> oh, star tours? >> oh, my gosh. the whole new theme park, yeah, down it he theme park. >> yeah. it looks amazing. >> yeah. it looks absolutely amazing. we have rj here. where are you from? >> florida. >> hey, you were wondering. what did you ask me earlier? >> do you live on tv? >> he's wanting to know, guys, if you live on tv. >> we don't live on tv.
but we work on tv. it's a complicated concept. thank you, rj from florida. awesome. take a look at the weather maps. we have got a cross and northeast a pretty nice day. in fact, we're going to watch just a few clouds out there. maybe late in the day showers coming in across interior sections. but overall, not a bad day at all. we start off beautifully. humidity levels down as well. down to the southeast, humidity still going on going on and with the heat of the day, it will warm up quite a bit. it's hot in florida. it's nicer here, isn't it, rj? >> yeah. but it's nicer here. >> it is. it's nicer here. thank you. i agree. >> beautifully said, buddy. abby: he is the cutest thing that rj from florida. >> nice back at the hotel. >> he's going. >> we can do the entire show with rj. >> i love it. abby: you know, it makes more sense that we would live on tv than we would be on tv; right? am it's a smart observation. >> i sleep in a garbage can. >> keep rj for the putting that's coming up in a few minutes. white house stepping up there,
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then was only ranked the 6th best quarterback in the state. in the state. and some major bragging rights for this rookie. >> cody has a cycle. >> wow. cody of the los angeles dodgers becomes the first in the team's history to hit a cycle. a two home runner in the third, a double in the third, and a triple in the seventh. and that makes it a cycle. see? you can still create records in baseball. >> it was one of president trump's signature campaign promises and now plans for a border wall. this as the white house reportedly considers giving dhs the power to deport any illegals who cannot prove that they've lived here more than 90 days. here to debate it, immigration attorney francisco and director of policy studies at the center for immigration studies, jessica vaughan. jessica, ladies first.
why do you like this new proposal? >> well, because it sends a message that we're serious about enforcing our immigration laws and that it's not going to be tolerated, and it's also going to relieve that enormous backlog that has come to the immigration courts under the obama administration, which is a big problem because, first of all, it's much more costly. but also, so many illegal immigrants do not show up for their hearings in immigration court. they just disappear into the illegal population. using this tool of expedited removal will not only get them out of the country more quickly, but also make it easier for the courts to deal with some of the other more difficult cases. so this is really good news. it's cost effective for the government, it's going to help reduce illegal immigration, and send that message that, you know, just because you get past the border patrol or overstay your visa, you're not here home free.
you're going to get caught and removed. >> francisco under the new proposal instead you need to be here at least two weeks, you need to be here at least 90 days. and it is the entire country. what's your response to that proposed change? >> well, ms. vaughan comes from a very good organization, but she's connected things that have nothing to do with each other. my goodness. expedited removal has gone on for years. so the new proposal, there is no new proposal. we're going to keep doing what we're doing. expedited removal is used every day. what this really is a detraction to even get the wall off the ground. there's not even a cinder block put in the ground. there's nothing going on. we know we can't build it. why don't we move on to congress, do an immigration reform like we've been talking about on both sides of the issue for 17 years. this is nothing but a detraction from the real point. they can't do anything on immigration. congress is still asleep. >> jessica, your response. >> well, it's true that congress can't get out of its own way and seems a little
bit -- you know, at least the republican leadership seems a little too reluctant to keep up immigration measures. i mean, there's an antisanctuary bill sitting before the u.s. senate right now. but this salah that's been on the books for a long time that has not been used to its full potential. and now it's going to be used by the trump administration in a very effective way, and it's important because illegal immigration is an enormous burden on american communities. not just the border communities, but everywhere that are having to put up with illegal hiring and elicit drugs and gangs in our communities, and the cost of social services. so this is an urgent problem that needs to be dealt with, and they need to use all of the tools available within the laws that congress has already passed to address it. >> francisco. >> we're not going to use the expedited removal if you've been here more than 90 days, that makes absolutely no sense. >> francisco, i have to leave
it here. francisco, jessica, thank you for the debate. obviously, a debate that is not going away any time soon. still ahead, a fighter pilot ejects from the fighter jet, watch this. seconds before it bursts into a fireball. the incredible video. more of that. you have to see it. and president trump becoming the first sitting president to attend the u.s. women's open. at his golf course in new jersey. so we decided to do this. check this out. having our own mini-putt-putt on the plaza. who's going to win? now they're playing hockey. we'll have more when we come bak ♪ no, please, please, oh! ♪ (shrieks in terror) (heavy breathing and snorting)
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being. >> president trump becoming the first u.s. sitting president to attend the u.s. women's open this weekend at his golf course in new jersey. >> that's just a major. this is a double major right here on the plaza. we're having our own mini-open. the mini-golf course. but will we be up to par? joining us now, dino from magical production entertainment who brought this course to us. thank you for being here. abby: a little smaller than the u.s. open, but i like it that way. >> does skills on the mini-golf course translate to the real golf course? >> it does not, unfortunately. because this playing surface -- but it's good because it's still working on your skill. >> you mean to tell me getting a ball into a windmill or wished well is not what the women are going to face today? >> gi me some tips on how to get this ball around a
90-degree turn into a wishing well? >> well, you want to get it down the green over here. >> okay. am i aiming for that corner piece? >> you could do that. >> what's par on that hole? >> what's par on this one? >> par three. so it's a par three. are you just making that up? now, how do you -- >> what are the official rules with. >> look how proud he is of himself. >> wow. >> you just saw that, america. >> wow. i had the right camera on that. >> did you have the right camera on that? >> that would be this one. >> what's number two? >> the second toughest would be -- abby: can we try it? >> just play that over and over. abby: what is your advice for me? how do i get around this loop thing? he says i cheated my way
through it, but i stand by it. >> it's a great first date. abby: it is a great first date. >> aim for the ramp. six-inch space right here. >> are the hills helpful or not helpful? >> you can go around the book of the loop. >> oh, heels. i thought you said hills. >> we're just saying. >> at least in arizona. >> can i use the pregnancy excuse here? >> what's the approach here? what do i aim for? i know i'm trying to get in the hole but i've got a bunch have bumpers. >> some people like to work off of the backboard. you can hit it over there. >> that didn't count. >> that's all right. go ahead. >> on your fourth shot. abby: you know, one thing we all have in common, we're terrible mini-golfers.
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president trump taking in some of the women's u.s. open today at his golf club in new jersey. just got to the u.s. women's open in new jersey. people are really happy with record high stock market up over 17% since the election, that's what he tweeted. >> president trump promised we would get tired of winning. and i get the feeling a lot of people in the media are getting tired of us winning, but they better get used to it. [applause] >> duelling demonstrations across the country. the president's critics making their voices heard, taking to the streets today. in another round of coast to coast protests. >> those who voted for him also rallied nearby to voice their support for president trump.
>> if you go against the president, you go against the country. >> usa! usa! >> senate majority leader mcconnell delaying consideration of the g.o.p. healthcare bill. >> that decision coming after senator mccain announced he will be recovering this week from surgery. but still dominating the news cycle his oldest son's meeting with the russian lawyer during the campaign. >> this russia, russia collusion delusion is irrelevant. people see the jobs coming back. they see the price of gas. they see the fact that this week we destroyed the caliphate. that should be the news. ♪ >> it's national ice cream day. we're celebrating with some ice cream sandwiches as well. >> look how cute those are. if you haven't had gelato, that's the real deal stuff.
>> i don't care what it's called, as long as it tastes good. >> one of the first things we saw about what was going to be on the show today, i have been salivating for the last 24 hours. can't wait. are we making our own ice cream sandwiches? that's what i read. >> doesn't get much better than that. national ice cream day, national ice cream month thanks to ronald reagan. >> we have a lot of news in this final hour we want to get to. getting to the fox news alert and healthcare is what everyone is waiting for. it is on hold. senate majority leader mcconnell now delaying consideration of the g.o.p. healthcare bill. >> the decision coming after senator mccain announced he will be recovering this week from surgery. >> ellison barber is live in washington, d.c. with the very latest on this. good morning, ellison. >> good morning to all of you. any sort of vote on healthcare is not going to happen this week.
senate majority leader mcconnell says they are tabling the legislation because of senator mccain's health. in a statement, mcconnell said, quote, there are few people tougher than my friend john mccain, and i know he will be back with us soon. while john is recovering, the senate will continue our work on legislative items and nominations and will defer consideration of the better care act. mccain's office says he's staying in arizona this week on the advice of doctors but is in good spirits. this as senate leaders face pressure from the white house to fulfill the long-time campaign promise of repealing and replacing obama care. >> whatever you might hear on the cable televisions from its defenders, obama care is literally imploding. >> republicans missed the last deadline they set for passing healthcare reform. they said they would pass it by july 4th. republican leaders hope to vote on the latest proposal this week. the bill was on shaky ground to
begin with, without senator mccain, it's unlikely senate republicans can get the minimum votes they need to pass it. two republican senators, senators rand paul from kentucky and senator susan collins already announced their intention to vote against the bill that they have right now. combine that with mccain's absence, and that puts the available republican yes votes at 49. republicans need more than that. no word right now on when leadership expects to hold a vote. all they are saying for now is it's deferred. abby, clayton, todd? >> thanks. >> nothing more important though than people's health. our thoughts and prayers are with senator mccain and his family. >> well said. you have the august recess which has been cancelled in order to get this done. >> every vote matters so much on this bill. >> you are also dealing with the cbo score, the congressional budget office score. you have this mounting -- you know, i would say when the numbers favor you, you are in support of the cbo. it is like polls. i'm up in the polls. when i'm down, that's fake
polls. they are not good for us. that's what you are seeing right now. that's the defense from white house this morning about the cbo numbers. how accurate will they be? we don't know. the argument is over 23 million people will be thrown off of health insurance if you believe the cbo's numbers. >> the white house has put out this op-ed warning the american people before we even hear the latest from the cbo saying this is somewhat fake news. they say the cbo's methodology which favors mandates over choice and competition is fundamentally flawed as a result its past predictions regarding healthcare legislation have not born much resemblance to reality. its prediction about the senate bill is unlikely to be fair -- to fare much better although the media and political left will certainly seize on it. the cbo's estimates will be little more than fake news. obviously trying to get ahead of this thing, todd, because they know that no matter what is put in this bill, you have the media against you. you have democrats that are loving every minute of this because they want the republicans to look like they can't get this done.
but also the cbo they are warning them you can't take that without a grain of salt. >> and we asked earlier about the cob score -- cbo score. what is it? why does it matter? what does it mean going forward? >> there wasn't one word about the house bill. you know, i heard senator toomey say well we never ever thought that president trump would be a president trump. and that may be very true. but i voted more than 50 times to repeal obama care. but do you think we actually brought up that bill to vote on it once donald trump was the president? no they didn't bring up that bill because that was just pretend back then. they never did bring up that bill. >> we asked him why has it taken so long? i think that's the frustration with a lot of the american people. if the republicans have been
promising this for seven years and they had that long to at least behind the scenes to be working on something, something to replace obama care with, why don't we have a conclusion? >> why not pass the house bill to his point? it's been out there. he said we voted on it 50 times we were doing like it was monopoly, it wasn't for real because we were playing around with it because we knew obama wouldn't sign it in the law. here's us repealing obama care. we've gone through the motions. why not pass that version of the bill? now the sort of watered down weird version of it, he doesn't sound hopeful at all. he doesn't think it will pass. >> going on to the cbo score. he said it is focusing on these mandates and if you are not forcing people under the current bill that's proposed to provide insurance, obviously the number of people insured is going to go down, hence the discrepancy, hence the number provided by the cbo what is used as fodder by the democrats to say look at how many people are going to be off healthcare.
in reality, not so much because the republicans use a different calculation. >> that's why they need to communicate what is in this bill to the american people. if you see the cbo score, 22, 23 million people that won't have insurance, you compare that to obama care which the majority are not happy with. you say okay no health insurance or insurance i can't pay for; right >> let's talk about this now. it's almost football season. you kind of smell it in the air. >> next week we're starting to get football ready to go. an interesting article in the chicago tribune, an opinion piece by a columnist there is attacking the star spangled banner as the reason for all of the problems that we're facing with colin kaepernick. here's what kaepernick did. you remember him he was on his knees and he was then benched. some were saying that was the result of him because he was benched. no, he was benched because he wasn't good. he was throwing interceptions. he didn't know what he was doing. a reporter from the chicago
tribune takes this tactic with it. she said the star spangled banner is a pompous battle number, spurred by a petition holding 35 million veteran -- 5 million veteran signatures. >> she says basically we have turned it into this like money-making scheme using the national anthem. >> and hitting on veterans in this op-ed, 5 million veterans. what's so wrong having pride in this country? wanting to salute that flag before a football game or at any point? i think about the men and women who are sacrificing their lives for our freedoms. that's what makes this country great. you compare it to other nations around the world. we have an identity that we stand for, they we are proud of. i don't think we should ever lose sight of that. you have been e-mailing us. many of you are outraged about
this as well. this comes from scott. >> one of those individuals who did fight to defend our freedom. he writes being a retired u.s. navy member, i fought for her right to be wrong. however if she feels so strongly against others patriotism, he's welcome to try and find a country -- she's welcome to try and find a country that allows her that opinion. good luck. >> her argument in the piece is that, i don't know, ten years now or longer, the pentagon has paid the nfl in order to get veterans out there before games and now we do this national anthem with these giant flags, and we have all of this, you know, like camouflage uniforms and all those things. she says it is being commercialized, and that's the issue here, that he -- colin kaepernick lost his job because of that relationship with the pentagon. >> she says it is forcing -- >> not a great performance.
>> like forced patriotism. >> they feel forced to do it. another e-mail if you can't be proud to be an american then you will never be able to reach the true level of happiness that this nation provides. >> vince says if someone thinks something could be wrong with singing the national anthem, it is disgusting. this is america. i'm a marine combat veteran and this is a slap in the face to me and all my brothers and sisters that served this country. . she gets too much into the weeds on the whole this is marketing thing. yeah, they are going to market. that's what the nfl does. at the end of the day, though, this is eshg many. -- this is america. we're going to sing that song whether you like it or not. >> what country do you want to live in? it seems we are getting rid of prayer, the pledge of allegiance, saluting the american flag. do you want to live in that kind of country? i don't think i do. >> let us hear your thoughts. e-mail us. antitrump protesters rallying across the country this weekend demanding that the trump pence regime must go.
those protests taking place in at least 15 major cities, including a small one right outside our studio right here in new york. several demonstrators accusing the president of fascism. >> because he really has made us feel we don't belong in the usa despite being born here and raised here. >> i'm here because his entire -- you know, it is just not good enough. >> he's putting people in danger, and we need to fight against him. the only way we're going to get -- >> supporters of the president also showing up at many of the rallies to chant across from these protesters. also this, a deadline to hawaii giving the state until tuesday to respond to president trump's motion to block a judge's latest ruling on his travel ban. the white house seeking to undo honolulu's u.s. district judge watson's ruling which expands the list of exemptions for those seeks visas from six muslim majority countries. decades after serving his
country, a 94-year-old world war ii veteran is awarded the purple heart. the second lieutenant honored at a special ceremony at the air force memorial in arlington virginia. his plane was shot down during one of his missions in nazi germany where he was taken as a prisoner of war. this special award comes just days before his 95th birth day. what perfect timing, though. thank you for his service. >> great stuff. still ahead, the pictures are unbelievable. a massive metal pipe falls on top of a car in the middle of the road. guess what? driver walked away from that. plus, we told you about the senate delaying the healthcare vote while mccain recovers from surgery. will it help or hurt their chances of getting it passed? our friend amy holmes breaks it down, next. >> welcome back. four seconds on the clock, down by one.
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go on, try something fresh. tripadvisor. the latest reviews. the lowest prices. >> we are back with a fox news alert. senate majority leader mcconnell delaying action on the healthcare bill as senator mccain is recovering from surgery. many are questioning if the bill would get the 50 votes needed to pass even with senator mccain. so where do they go from here? joining us is amy holmes a political analyst for rasmussen reports. also a speechwriter for former senate majority leader. good morning, amy. >> good morning. >> our thoughts and prayers are with senator mccain and with his family right now. >> of course. >> he's been a big voice on healthcare. you realize every vote matters for this bill to get passed. every single one. you have to get 50, 51. >> they have to get 50. republicans only have 52 in the senate. we don't expect any democrats or the two independents in the senate to be voting for this
healthcare reform. so republicans can't afford to lose more than two. we already have rand paul, senator from kentucky and senator susan collins from maine saying they plan to vote against it. so there's no room. there's no wiggle room here. >> what are the main issues that some senators are having with this bill? >> well there are two big issues. there is the medicaid expansion under obama care, 32 states including the district of columbia, they signed up for this, to be able to include more lower income people into medicaid. 19 states didn't. now, they were getting federal subsidies and federal support for that, which will be slowly tapered off, but under this reform, it's tapered off far more quickly. you have a lot of republicans senate republicans who are concerned that their state will, you know, get the ax under this new reform bill. i'm thinking in particular of dean heller, the senator from nevada. nevada is a red state, but however, it did go for hillary in this last election cycle. so he's very concerned about, you know, how he should vote.
the governor of nevada, a republican, very popular, he has 64% approval rating, and he's against the senate reform bill. >> politics always play a role here. >> absolutely. >> we have been talking about this all morning. we were talking about during the break. how important the messaging is when it comes to republicans helping the american people understand what is in this bill, how it is going to make their healthcare better, why it is better than obama care. how do you think they are doing so far on the messaging front? what more do they need to do? >> you tell me. who is the spokesperson for the senate healthcare bill. >> i have no idea. >> we work in news and we don't know. i think that's been a real problem for republicans. they haven't had a strong consistent advocate for what's in this bill. >> because the democrats can easily just jump in with their lazy narrative of republicans just want to kill people. >> we actually heard democrats saying things like that out. it was really outrageous and very irresponsible. where is the republican countermessage to say this is what's in the bill. this will help you. by the way, the status quo is untenable, abby.
obama care is imploding. it needs to be reformed. unfortunately i don't think republicans have done a very good job of explaining what precisely it is they are going to do to make healthcare better. >> the american people are speaking out. new poll at rasmussen showing that majority of americans they want more competition in the marketplace. they want to be able to cross state lines, to be able to pick an insurance market that is more affordable for them and to be able to pick their own plan. >> absolutely. we have found that that upwards of 75, 76% of likely voters would like to have health insurance across state lines. if you lived california, you can get a health insurance plan that's offered in texas or maine. >> it makes the sense. if you talk to any governor, they would say the same thing. thank you for joining us. >> absolutely. with the national anthem, whitney houston, super bowl, 91, absolutely electric, i love the national anthem. >> thank you. new twist about the russian lawyer who met up with donald trump jr. the doj under loretta lynch
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>> the political finger pointing takes a new turn this morning as the doj under loretta lynch is accused of granting u.s. entry to the russian attorney whose visa was denied before her meeting with donald trump jr. >> joining us now is former department of justice official j. christian adams. good to have you with us. >> morning. >> you say this is one of the strangest most peculiar things you have ever seen happen. >> yeah, it is not supposed to work like this. first of all, her visa was denied. this so called attorney i'm sure she was a little more than that.
her visa gets denied. why? so her visa is denied. they are in a court proceeding in new york and suddenly it is the justice department thatn't whats her to show up -- that wants her to show up to help the party that the justice department is proceeding against. weren't there any american attorneys to do this? there has to be a sponsor under the law. somebody has to sponsor them for this sort of waiver. why not release the records? either the state department or dhs has all the information about this. let's see what it says in the file because it's truly bizarre. and plus, they didn't have any information for donald trump jr. she shows up and nothing happens in the meeting. there's no file given to them. the whole thing is strange. >> it is weird. and then of course you also have the other aspect of this which we talked a little bit earlier on the show, this idea that there might have been some intercepts, right? those people going into trump tower. why did the president ever say that? was he aware of something of these individuals coming in for
meetings that was being recorded at some point, and will that come out next? >> yeah. remember when the president said that they were monitoring what goes on in trump tower. look, i very much doubt this woman is only a lawyer. so it wouldn't surprise me if people are collecting information about her and her gang when they're roaming around trump tower. >> yeah. the big question too, i think, if you take a step back and look at the big picture here, did this meeting actually help president trump get elected? right? did anything come from this meeting? >> yeah, they didn't have anything. that's the other bizarre part. so the justice department lets this woman in for this strange set-up meeting that we're talking about now, and they didn't even have anything to offer the trump campaign. >> well, critics will say, though, and you know, hey, look, now we're turning it on to the obama administration. nothing to see here. that's what critics are going to say this morning. look what the white house is doing, trying to turn the other cheek on this. >> yeah. >> well, and remember, it was senator ted kennedy in the 1980s, you know, the democrats
have a long history of getting help from the russians. senator kennedy was the one who was writing the soviets offering to help topple ronald reagan and asking for the soviet union's help to make reagan lose the 84 election. the irony here is so thick. the democrats for the first time in 100 years worry about the russians. >> doesn't make any of it right but unfortunately this all goes on in campaigns. you were just appointed to president trump's voter fraud commission. what are you working on? >> well, the first meeting is next week. and what we are going to be doing is taking a look at cataloging vulnerabilities, and the real vulnerabilities in our election system. if you want to talk about foreign influence, we know that non-citizens are getting registered and voting, and we know that the system is broken down, that people are actually marking on their voter registration forms no, i'm not a citizen and still getting registered to vote in places like virginia >> there's concern, we heard representative lewis, i'm sure his concerns about these probes
saying that what the white house is trying to do is intimidation then it's racist. what do you say to that? >> they are flat earthers. they want to hide the truth. they don't want us to know that there's voter fraud because it ruins their entire reason for existence. these groups like project vote, they exist to tell the lie that there's no voter fraud. as soon as we catalog it, the reason for existence and their money dries up. this is about them preserving their jobs, their salaries and their false narrative that there's no voter fraud. >> you have your work cut out for you. j christian adams, good to have you with us this morning. >> thank you. coming up, a husband tries to steal the spotlight from his wife. >> that never happens >> and it backfires big-time. this could be the biggest photo bomb fail ever? >> that's so good. jpmorgan ceo jamie dimon unloading on lawmakers and the d.c. swap. listen to this. >> it's almost an embarrassment being an american citizen traveling around the world and
listening to the stupid [ bleep ] you have to deal with in this country. at one point we need to get our act together or we won't do what we're supposed to do for the average americans. >> maria bartiromo knows jamie dimon well and will react to that next. ♪ it's ok that everybody ignores me when i drive. it's fine. because i get a safe driving bonus check every six months i'm accident free. because i don't use my cellphone when i'm driving. even though my family does, and leaves me all alone. here's something else... i don't share it with mom. i don't. right, mom? i have a brand new putter you don't even know about! it's awesome. safe driving bonus checks, only from allstate. sometimes i leave the seat up on purpose. switching to allstate is worth it.
♪ >> we have a spotlight on that little spot and have us dance. >> no. [laughter] >> maria bartiromo is here this morning. a little stevie wonder signed sealed and delivered. what's not signed sealed and delivered right now maria is healthcare law. >> that's right. >> it is a mess at this hour. we had jason chaffetz on the show earlier saying he doesn't see this passing. why didn't they pass the healthcare bill the house version of it. he veetsed on 51 times -- he's voted on it 51 times. what do you think will happen? >> the house delivered their bill. the senate wouldn't vote on it. they had to start anew. how about a vote on it. there's all that falsities going around that the left is putting out there to confuse. for example, what abby said earlier is so critical the messaging.
because when you look at the number of people that will be off of medicaid, for example, that's because medicaid has expanded so much and there's fraud in it, and it used to be just for, you know, the impoverished. it is no longer that. and then you have got the number of people who will be cut from insurance. well that's because they are choosing to do so. when you take away all the fees that you had to pay if you didn't have health insurance, people will decide not to take it. as a result, the messaging has been critical. look, i think it's obviously getting tougher and tougher. at some point, they may have to actually change their focus and go to tax reform. i expect taxes to be cut this year. i don't know. they lost steve scalise in the house. they lost mccain in the senate for this week. we will see what happens next week. >> you have a lot of frustrated people with congress. we already know their approval rating; right? ceo of jpmorgan chase dimon was on a phone call and he was expressing a lot of frustration about what's going on in washington. take a look at this.
>> this administration can make breakthroughs in taxes infrastructure regulatory reform. we have become the most -- one of the most bureaucratic confusing litigious societies on the planet. it is almost an embarrassment being an american citizen traveling around the world and listening to the stupid [ bleep ] we have to deal with in this country. at one point we all have to get our act together or we won't do what we're supposed to do for the average american. competitive taxes are important for business and business growth which is important for jobs and wage growth. honestly we should be -- >> that made a lot of news because it is jamie dimon. i got sent so many messages from family and friends saying amen this is how i have been feeling >> absolutely because jamie dimon voiced what many other americans are feeling right now. people want congress to get the job done. after that whole rant, one of the people on the conference call, this was his earnings conference call, said so are you frustrated with the trump administration? hoping for a fight. and he said no, my frustration is with you. i'm not frustrated -- he's frustrated that things cannot get done.
look, in the last eight years, the democrats were very effective in passing the affordable care act, in passing dodd frank and a whole host of other regulations within energy and manufacturing. as a result, these regulatory moves have caused business to stop, to sit on their cash, to hire lawyers, to make sure that they were compliant with all this stuff. as a result, they haven't been investing that money in jobs. they haven't been investing in infrastructure, in it. dimon says look, you are supposed to move the country forward. let's get something done. he's absolutely right to complain about 1 1/2 to 2 percent growth, economic growth. what a disappointment. we need to move the needle on this stuff. and it happens with healthcare and tax reform getting done. >> the 1 to 2 percent like jamie said is in spite of ourselves. we're still doing that we could hit 3 if all those regulations go away. >> remember, jamie dimon has listening been a democrat. remember the financial crisis the government went against him when he helped to save the financial services sector by doing those acquisitions.
he said i'm a democrat hanging on by my fingernails because he's so frustrated. it is not that he's basically saying you know i'm -- he's upset with the whole congress. he's upset with democrats and republicans. he wants the agenda to get execut executed. >> you have a great show today. you have tom price, which is interesting, slamming those cbo numbers as well. >> lindsey graham. yes. >> we're going to play a clip from rand paul to say why he was a no on the current bill. we will see how it goes. >> in about 23 minutes right here on the fox news channel. maria, thank you. >> thank you. terrifying moments all caught on camera, a fighter jet pilot making a life-saving decision ejecting himself from his burning plane just seconds before it explodes on a runway. take a look at that. the plane traveling down the runway, when flames began shooting from its engine. the landing gear collapsing as the jet continues down the tarmac.
the pilot was able to eject as the aircraft continues on in a raging ball of fire. fortunately no one was hurt. also kellyanne conway slamming the media saying much of the krcriticism she faces is for being a woman. take a listen. >> criticizing how i look or what i wear or how i speak, it totally undercuts, you know, modern feminism saying that therefore women -- >> speaking to a crowd at the family leader summit in iowa conway encouraged political discussions to stick to just policy. a massive metal pipe falls and crushes a man's car, the driver of a truck carrying metal losing control on a florida highway hitting a guardrail and flipping over. the huge pipe falling off the overpass and right on to the car below. that pipe smashing the car's roof on the driver's side.
both drivers walking away with just minor injuries, but the truck driver ticketed for careless driving. >> how do you survive that? >> that's amazing. when photo bombing goes terribly wrong. that looks like it hurts. a husband trying to distract his wife from her exercising tutorial when he embarrassingly falls smacking his head on the counter. his wife a fitness coach from washington state posting that clip on-line writing when your husband attempts a sweet move to photo bomb your workout video and it fires back. that's one of the best videos. >> my wife is watching that for sure -- >> why do men feel like they always need to be in the background? >> being fools? >> yes. >> it is fun. >> rick? >> rick understands. >> hey guys i'm going to totally switch gears on you. i'm going to make you feel like underachievers. >> won't be hard. >> this guy who looks like he's about 26 or something like that.
this is kade. i just met him. he's a junior in high school, first of all. you are on a college school visit. tell me the colleges you are going to. >> i'm visiting navy, university of pennsylvania, army west point, columbia, yale, and university of massachusetts. >> there you go, guys. do you feel inadequate yet? >> my alma mater all the way. >> where's dartmouth? >> rick, yale was my safety school. [laughter] >> a community college was my school that eventually i got to arizona state. >> we're glad you went to school, rick. >> barely. [laughter] >> it's awesome. this guy, he's going to do great thingings one of these days. -- >> hope so. >> take a look at the weather map. he's not going to study to be a meteorologist unfortunately. it is going to warm up across southeast. really humid across arizona. incredible rain showers, monsoonal storms yesterday and we will see another round of that today. more showers will fire again later on today across parts of the southeast because of that heat and humidity.
but much of the great lakes, take a look at this, 73 degrees no humidity in chicago, tomorrow is 78. as you head towards tuesday, the heat builds back in across parts of the plains. back to you. >> thank you very much. coming up, the mainstream media on cessed with russia. -- obsessed with russia. we know that. it looks like democrats may have some kremlin connections of their own. are they getting a free pass? we will debate that next. we have been talking about this all morning, national ice cream day. we have ice cream on the plaza this morning including a $1,000 sunday. that has my name all over it. >> and mine. >> you have to fight me for that. ♪ ahh. where are mom and dad? 'saved money on motorcycle insurance with geico! goin' up the country. love mom and dad' i'm takin' a nap. dude, you just woke up!
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off an epic gender reveal. [cheers] >> that's south carolina couple who are both volunteer firefighters breaking the news of their baby girl to family and friends by shooting out pink colored water from their fire truck. that's a smart move. and the mayor is banning dogs from being ring bearers at weddings. the head of a town in northern italy refusing a couple's request saying marriage is a serious event and adding dogs to it is a step too far. this comes after a priest near rome told a member of his congregation to take her dog outside sparking protests from animal rights activists. abby? >> clayton you are really good at walking and talking. >> and chewing gum. >> the mainstream media focuses on the president's alleged ties to russia, the dnc accused of working with the ukrainian government to hurt the presidential election campaign last year. are democrats getting a pass on their own ties to russia and ukraine? here to debate g.o.p. strategist
and great america cochair and democratic pollster and fox news contributor. start with you, eric, are they getting a pass? >> they are. here's the reality. less than 24 hours after the election, you know, the hillary campaign, the losing campaign, started the russia gate narrative. and the facts are this, the most underreported stories, you know, considering russia gate are the ones that probably have the most evidence of collusion. you look at the dossier. this ukraine situation is also, you know, very telling in that, you know, did the dnc pay for a consultant, collude with anybody or exchange any kind of favors with anybody in the ukrainian government? the ukrainian ambassador when he did an op-ed in the hill it was very telling in terms of the timeline >> there's no question, jessica, that these things happen in campaigns. does it make it right? no. we have seen in the past it happens on the republican side and democratic side. this meeting though with donald trump jr. and this russian lawyer, the question i have is we can all admit this is a story
and that he admits that it shouldn't have happened. he shouldn't have handled it the way he did. but does that meeting, how that played out, does that deserve the response that it has received now from democrats and many in the media -- media talking about impeachment now for president trump >> not just democrats or the media. a lot of republicans are deeply concerned about that meeting. i think the people who were in that meeting would help themselves out a lot if they hadn't lied time and time again. jared kushner releases 100 names of foreign agents that he worked with and met with but doesn't include the people in this meeting. don jr.'s story has evolved i think it's five times at this point. there was a former soviet intelligence officer. we all know there are no former soviet intelligence officers in that meeting. think the story has legs. republicans are right to be concerned about it as well and i think more of them should take that up. i'm surprised -- i'm not surprised. i do know eric and how he feels about these issues that he would say the dnc story is the real story here.
when the democrats hack the rnc on behalf of hilary clinton? >> we don't know -- >> but you don't know also what happened in that meeting. because don jr. and jared kushner and everyone else lied about it so many times, how do you know that no information was exchanged during it? the lawyer didn't -- >> eric, last word here, does that really change anything? >> no, it doesn't. i look forward to, you know, this investigation. the only problem is we have tons of leaks from these investigations. let's talk about the dnc e-mails. i mean -- >> we talked about it for months. and hilary clinton lost. donald trump is the president of the united states of america. if members of his campaign sought to collude, which it seems like they do, don jr. got pretty excited about that e-mail; right? saying oh i have got dirt on them, also i'm connect to the russian government. we love your dad. >> to be clear, dnc chair does deny any of these connections with the ukraine. eric, last word here? >> you know, again, i just think that the underreported stories
should come out and i think the media has a responsibility as do the democrats, if you want have a proper investigation, turn over the dnc e-mails. you know, let's find out -- >> don't you already have them? >> -- dossier that came in. turn them all over. give the server over to the trusted fbi and let's see what happens. jessica, congrats on the book. >> thank you very much. i appreciate that. >> we will leave it there. eric, jessica, good to have both of you >> bye, eric. >> the debate will continue. we have been talking all morning about national ice cream day. we've got ice cream on the plaza including this. guess how much this cost? it's a $1,000 sundae. i'm going out there right now. that's up next. (flourish spray) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) the joy of real cream in 15 calories per serving. enough said. reddi-wip. (flourish spray noise) share the joy.
welcome back. it was over 30 years ago when president ronald reagan declared the third sunday in july national ice cream day. and so of course today we are celebrating with some next level treats on our plaza. >> here to give us the inside scoop is founder. i can't believe you are a founder. i have these in my freezer right now >> thanks. >> this is the best-selling gelato in the country. we're excited to be here to share a couple flavors and recipes that people can make at home on national ice cream day. the first being an ice cream sandwich. we made it with two cookies for the top and bottom and then we took two scoops of our sea salt caramel gelato and put it inside. >> my favorite flavor is the sea salt caramel. >> is it? >> if you are in the store and you see it in the store, i promise you won't regret it. >> it is a popular flavor. we use a slow-cooking method that extracts the flavor and
gives it this beautiful consistency. you can dip it in any toppings and then have a bite. we have made it also with some macaroons and using our sicilian pistachio as well >> so pretty. >> yeah. >> it seems to me you guys are an overnight success. >> yeah. >> your brand kind of came to my awareness a couple years ago and i see it everywhere. >> we're a many-year-old overnight success as i sometimes describe it. we have about 40 flavors. we source our ingredients from around the world. this is a float that we made. >> nonalcoholic so i can have it. >> yes. >> this is using sparkling apple cider. adults can add a little champagne too. make it a real cocktail. >> thank you very much. >> over to you. >> you may have eaten a thousand dollars worth of ice cream throughout your entire life. here it is all in one sundae. joined by david and nick, guys, first of all, how do we get a thousand dollars into this here?
>> you know, it's for a special occasion. you have to let us know in advance, and we put it together for you. >> what are the ingredients in here? >> you have milk chocolate, white chocolate. on the top it is ice cream, milk chocolate ice cream with vanilla ice cream. and you have the vanilla mousse and vanilla with white chocolate whipped cream. >> so far i don't hear anything to get me to a thousand dollars. what puts me over that line? >> it's 18 karat gold. and, you know, it's the experience. [speaking over each other] >> while we eat this, we're going to go over to you, clayton. >> this is so good. >> stop rubbing it in. i'm here with bruce and mark,
authors of the cook book, 120 recipes and 60 pairings. nice to see you guys this morning. >> thank you. >> how did you come up with this? >> we wanted a book that told you what to eat ice cream with. so every pairing in the book, browned butter. >> it's got this crazy nutty taste. >> brown sugar? >> browned butter graham crackers. >> we heat this up and freeze it. >> you should try it. >> try this. >> browned butter butter pecan ice cream. >> you do this until it thickens. you have to chill it down. that's the real deal. >> holy smokes. >> adds such a great flavor. >> this is fantastic. >> it's cherry cheesecake ice cream. >> check it out. thanks to all of you guys. we will be right back. ♪ it's ok that everybody ignores me when i drive. it's fine. because i get a safe driving bonus check every six months i'm accident free.
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>> i'm sorry. i just going to dig into this $1,000 sundae. >> is that a giant gold nugget? thanks everyone for watching. enjoy national ice cream day. log on to the fox and friends app. >> happy sunday, everybody. go eat some ice cream! >> good sunday morning, everybody. i'm maria bartiromo. thanks for joining us. welcome to "sunday morning futures". the next two weeks are critical for a healthcare vote and today new developments. senator john mccain undergoes surgery. forcing republican leadership to delay the vote on its revamped health bill this week. will this make it easier or hard tore get passed in the -- harder to get passed in the next two to three weeks? health secretary dr. tom price will join me ahead. we are now learning that at least eight people attended the meeting with donald trump jr. and a russia lawyer. who were they? what could this mean for the administration? i will talk to president trump's