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heather: ugly, painters misspelling issue with the state on water tower switched y on state and e on university which is staty. rob: more "fox & friends." see you right now. >> leaks are really bad. i have never seen it this bad. these election are dangerous. >> what we need to look at in every leak referral we get. they violate the law and prosecution we will prosecute. >> mike pence vigorously denying a report that he is considering a run for the presidency in 2020. >> that is complete fiction. that is complete fabrication. >> he called that "new york times" article disgraceful, offensive, categorically false. >> u.s. and china appearing to show united front after the u.n. voted to slap pyongyang with tough new sanctions. >> what we basically did was kicked them in the stomach, told them to stop and told them we are not going to put up with it anymore and the ball is in north korea's
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court. >> filing a lawsuit against the trump administration for vowing to withhold crime fighting money to sanctuary cities. >> martin truex jr. is going to win. is he running out of fuel but he makes it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ come with me now ♪ take you down ♪ walk on with me now ♪ i will show you how. steve: i love the smell of a green beret challenge in the morning 6:01 new york city. ainsley: that's because you don't have to do it, steve. steve, how long have you worked for the show? steve: 2 oyears. ainsley: how many times you have con it. steve: every time until
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today. ainsley: i am nervous. steve: this is going to be terrific. you saw the whole crew do it. there is mud, there is barb wire. there is heavy weights someone had in the past: ainsley: i never was scared of heights growing up. but now as an adult it's so far to fall. >> now i'm afraid of width. ainsley: afraid of it all. steve: this morning, this hour, carlie and adam will go on it with the head-to-head green beret challenge. in the meantime, it was
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friday that the attorney general of the united states jeff sessions made it very clear this was the day after "the washington post published those verbatim transcripts of the private conversations, the incoming president of the united states donald trump had just a week into his tenure as president between the leaders of australia and mexico, just printed everything. then you have jeff sessions announce on friday they are going to go after the leakers because it has been a flood. ainsley: jeh johnson who was the former dhs secretary under president obama he had this to say about all of the leaks. listen. >> the leaks right now are really bad. i have never seen it this bad. there should be a concerted effort to identify and go after leerks. the one note of caution i give the attorney general is what i tell younger lawyers. bad facts make bad law. so, before you decide to take on journalists, reporters, and perhaps subpoena their sources. be aware that the courts are
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going to get involved. that has the potential to make bad law in this area. >> we are not going after the journalists. the journalists have a job to do. we don't want to interfere with that job. we are not going to criminalize the practice of journalism. what we're going to criminalize is the difference between whistle blowing which has very, very specific carveouts when you can and cannot do it and leaking which jeopardizes national security. steve: here is the way it works. somebody inside government, we don't know which department. they have have a secret, supposed to be a secret. they hand it to the reporter. the reporter is going to do their job and publish it the person who hands it to them is the person who wreax the law. nonetheless, the deputy attorney general told chris wallace yesterday that why don't know exactly where the leakers are. they can be very high in the government. they are going to go after them. >> what we need to look at in every leak referral we
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get, we look at the , i facts and circumstances. that is more important to us than who is the leaker. if they violate the law and that case warrants prosecution we will prosecute it his chris including white house officials and members of congress? >> including anybody who breaks the law. steve: a warning shot. ainsley: anybody, no matter who you are, we find you are breaking the law and you are leaking, we are going to prosecute. steve: the interesting thing will be whether or not if some high ranking official is caught says i'm authorized to leak. who authorized that? todd: the fact you have people on both sides democrat and republican say the leaks have to stop. our national security is at steak. it isn't i don't like somebody i'm going to put dirt on them and get them out there. national security is at steak. serious here. ainsley: jeff sessions said as many leaks in the last six months as they were in the entire previous three
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years. steve: well, be warned, leakers, they are coming after you. meanwhile the vice president of the united states is going after the "new york times" because they had an article yesterday that said essentially mike pence is getting ready to rupp for president in 2020. many were figuring crump would be running for re-election in 2020. shadow political campaign creating independent power base just in case the president is not running. well, as soon as that hit the press, it then hit the fan. ainsley: well, mike pence was asked about this, and he put out a statement saying the american people know that i could not be more honored to be working side by side with a president who is making america great again. whatever fake news may come our way, my entire team will continue to focus all our efforts to advance the president's agenda and see him reelected in 2020. any suggestion otherwise is both laughable and absurd. steve: this is ultimately,
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he said, fake news. it's interesting in the "new york times" article it doesn't mention that the very first pence pac check went to the trump re-election campaign. also does not mention that ivanka headlines a lot of his events that he has done in washington, d.c., once again, to again her father, the president of the united states. ainsley: we know he is such a strong christian. i feel like his character from what i have heard and >> the witness: ed from interviewing him a few times. we have his press secretary on our show this morning and ask him exactly what his response was. but the vice president is saying this is fake news. it is not true. todd: christian fisher did amazing reporting on this. reports were from her. she says the vice president is going to be headlining a number of events for the president's re-election. she had access to him all weekend long overseas and these are the points she came up with. clawp weighed in on this and
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this is what she had to say about whether or not president trump is going to give way to mike pence. >> that is complete fiction. that is complete fabrication. i know his advisors, who had comments attributed to them have pushed back very strongly and has the vice president and as am i unequivocallably. there are always people trying to play the parlor game. they are not in the, i would say, trump inside inner circle because they do not believe in him. they totally missed what was happening in america. that the forgotten man and forgotten woman many who had voted for democrats in the past or many who had never voted or voted in decades came forth and made this new trump coalition in a way that respectfully the last couple of republican candidates did not. i would tell my republican brethren, get on board, help us with tax reform and health reform and stop looking at 2020. steve: there you have the administration pushing back on the "new york times." it fits the narrative we
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have seen for a while. donald trump is being investigated. so maybe mike pence you know, he has a backup plan. ainsley: there were two people in a meeting. two people quoted working with mike pence. they were wroted sayin quoted. when asked about it they said it's absolutely false. no not true. steve: one interesting tid built out there. you heard kellyanne conway at the conclusion of that sound bite talking about trump and the people of the united states wanted, that's exactly what maxine watters said on "the view." the reason we are going to be playing this sound bite there is a democratic activist that says the next speaker of the house will be maxine watters. the democrats, of course, in their heart of hearts would love to see the democrats take control of the house and the senate. and if they win, she'll be in charge of the big gavel
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in the house. here she is. >> he has made these people believe that is he going to bring back the coal industry. it is not going to happen. they stick with him not because they think he is going to change government as such. i think they stick with him because he has made them believe that somebody else is response cybil for their problems. for these small towns and areas where the stores have closed down, the jobs have left it is those people over there, i'm going to build a wall, i'm going to keep those people out. they are the cause of your problem. they are greg something for nothing. it's not you. and they believe that. todd: let me get to a point that maxine watters made. she said coal ♪ coming back. let me counter act that. i was in west virginia friday morning. steve: at the diner. todd: at the diner. you heard the coal trains behind me. we talked to an individual
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that said during the obama administration the number of trains once every 25 minutes. now under trump once every 11 minutes. they are expecting that number to drop. these are coal trains. coming back to west virginia. i don't know the last time maxine waters visited the mountain state coal is back there. ainsley: remember during the campaign trail when hillary clinton said she was going to take down the mining community and all those miners were so mad and they voted for president trump. steve: actually, there is a big story on the front page of the naples, trump unravels coal mine limits on federal lands. essentially lands that have been closed for many, many years. going to try to open them up for coal. we don't know what maxine is talking about but clearly she is -- ainsley: let us know what she thinks do agree with radio host who says she needs to be the lehr of the house and schumer needs to to leave the senate. they don't need to work together or work with republicans to get anything done just wait until next
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year when these two people are the leaders. steve: how exciting, awesome. ainsley: hand it over to jillian. jillian: i thought you were leaving us for a second. todd: i was here for 12 minutes. jillian: good morning to you, to you as well. president trump answering urgent phone call from the south korean president as tensions rise with north korea. president trump tweeting, quote: just completed a call with president moon of south korea. very happy and impressed with 15-0 united nations vote on north korea sanctions. the rogue nation now threatening to make the u.s. pay the price for those sanctions. griff jenkins joins us live from d.c. with the very latest in just a few minutes. also breaking right now, the fbi and u.s. marshals searching around the clock for an armed and dangerous escaped sexual assault suspect. brandon powell broke free from transport van on pry day after overpowering an ohio sheriff's deputy causing a crash then stealing the deputy's gun
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and ammo. they were on their way from the psychiatric hospital to a county jail. the deputy was handcuffed to the steering wheel but is not seriously hurt. we are getting our first look terrifying flights moments after severe turbulence sent 10 people to the hospital. >> we really apologize for the unexpected bump. totally unexpected. jillian: items thrown across the aisle. drinks splashed. the plane was 30 minutes from landing when it suddenly fell through the sky. american airlines claims the seat belt sign was on when the plane hit the bumps. that's a look at your headlines on this monday. send it back to you. steve: just always leave the belts on. if you are in the sky seven miles up just keep it on. ainsley: go to the restroom come back, buckle up. thank you. steve: jeff sessions now following the money after claims the obama administration used the department of justice for a
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steve: our attorney general jeff sessions is reportedly demanding information on more than $6 billion in taxpayer money given by the obama administration to various left wing organizations.
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according to an internal memo, published by breitbart, the probe involves former attorneys general eric holder and loretta lynch and the role in funneling money as part of lawsuit settlements. here with reaction and try to explain it former deputy assistant general under george w. bush is tom dupre. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. steve: the basic idea is people hear about great big settlements from corporations and stuff like that, they have to pay millions or billions of dollars to victims or the federal government. but, in this case, some of that settlement money is winding up in the pockets of people who have been politically aligned with the political left. >> yes. and this is one of those things, steve, very hard to explain sometimes to people outside of washington, d.c. but that's how it works. when the justice department settles with a corporation, oftentimes they will direct payments to the crime victims, sometimes they will direct payments to the u.s. treasury. but in many cases and
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frequently under president obama, they would also direct that millions of dollars in payments go to some left whipping progressive activist group. steve: do we know of any payments -- settlement payments that went to right wing groups or was it all to the left? >> i'm not aware in the last 8 years of going to right wing groups. politically activist groups who are affiliated with the administration or at least would share the political sensibilities of the administration. and, frankly, i think the eric holder justice department saw this as an opportunity to get some money into the cover coughs of these groups. steve: we heard the attorney general say they are going to crack down on the leakers. we heard from the deputy attorney general say even if that means people in the congress or the white house. what's going to happen here, tom. >> number one, i am so glad they are really turning up the pressure on these leakers. the prevalence of leaks in
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this administration has been like something we have never seen before. the other good thing i have seen yesterday from the deputy attorney general is they are putting a spotlight on the leakers rather than the reporters. it's also been my view for punishing reporters for doing their job. heartened to see that the administration is emphasizing the folks they are going after are the leakers no matter high high up in the congress or the administration they may be, not the journalists. steve: sounds like a possibility that somebody could actually get prosecuted and who knows jail is always a possibility. tom dupre, former deputy assistant general under george w. bush. tom, thank you very much. >> thank you, steve. steve: interesting stuff. top democrat now admitting his party might be too whiney to win. is he right? a debate coming up next. hollywood heartbreaker this morning chris pratt and anna fares, folks they are splitting up. leaving all of social media to ask is true love really dead. ♪ sweet emotion
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six homes in land owe lakes, florida. sinkhole has opened up and 260 feet at widest point. more than three quarters of the length of a football field. scary stuff there, ainsley. ainsley: yes, it is. i have a friend who lives in that area. thank you, todd. former chairman of the former national committee slamming members of his own party for being uninterested in winning future elections. listen to what he said. >> there has always been a section of the left, which i call the whiny party. the party that doesn't really want to win. they just want to be pure. and if they go down swinging purely, then that's fine. well, the problem with that is it leaves behind the people who really need their help. ainsley: so should democrats be worried about being too whiny to win again. here is chuck and former ohio state minority member capri that fara. chuck, i will start with you.
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is your party too whiny. >> i don't think so. a big old east texas boy grew up hunting and fish nobody ever accused me of being whiney. the left of the party went after him because is he a corporate lobbyist. nobody is pure in politics. it's time to hold all politicians accountable. there is a far left of the party and far right of the republican party. you need all of those sectors together to win elections. you can't have one politician out there running his mouth about who is whiny and not whining because they are coming after him. >> think about bernie sanders and all the money he raised. 3.9 million people gave him donations, giving up to like $300 million. i think that's really what's different today in the modern politics. ainsley: capri, he says they are not whiny yet they needed safe faces and cleanings and the coloring books and therapy dogs. do you agree with howard dean? >> look, i mean, i don't know about people needing coloring books and therapy dogs in the democratic party, but i will say this. i do think that, you know, it's important to listen to what howard dean is saying
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because i do think he does have a point with all due respect to chuck. i do want to, you know, invoke whatever it is the 11th commandment like don't attack other republicans. i don't want to attack other democrats but i do think howard dean is someone who was at the helm during two of our most successful elections in recent memory 2006 and 2008. if we do not reclaim our economic message, back from donald trump, who took our fair trade issues, you know, dealing with currency manipulation, talking about a lot of these things that our core democratic principles particularly those for the midwest. if we allow the perfect to get in the way of the good, we will not succeed. we have doo have to find a way to find a unifying message and not continue to infight at least publicly. there are the extremes on the other side as chuck said and i agree, the freedom caucus is also standing in the way of the republican agenda. so we what we need to do is come together as americans and
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really listen to what the people back in, you know, the middle of the country are struggling with and those are kitchen table issues. that's how democrats win. that's why we were successful in the 1990s and successful 10 years ago. that's how we will be successful going forward. ainsley: chuck, you are smiling. why are you smiling? does that sound too good to be true for us all to work together? >> what makes this a great party as democrat so many factions of it think of mee i'm a mexican from east texas. i'm a liberal but i just got back from a big fishing trip. there is a lot of us that don't look and act like the playbook says we should act. >> amen. >> core issues that does drive us together. in every campaign i have ever run, that left wing, that group of young people who are ideologically out there thinking, they are the ones that actually show up and stuff all the envelopes and make the phone calls. >> do they show up to vote, chuck? >> they do show up to vote in bigger numbers. that's why bernie sanders won those people under 35%. who is the young people who grew up under barack obama who
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don't know if they had a party or not and get them come vote. ainsley: what about the democrats' message? is there a message going forward to win the next election. >> i'm not going to get out there and defend all the establishment democrats who have been coming up to message after another. go to ohio and texas and see what makes them different from republicans? i was against nafta and wanted to see our roads and bridges rebuild. donald trump is the president. he ran on our message. that's our fault. >> that's right. ainsley: thank you both for being with us. a beauty queen breaking new ground and making headlines around the world. why she decided to cover up for the swimsuit competition. that's next. and concerning new question for lawmakers is amazon taking over the world? ♪ hard for the money ♪ she works hard for the money ♪ so you better treat her right ♪ ♪
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steve: we are back with a fox news alert. the president phone call with south korea over the grave and growing threat from north korea. ainsley: the rogue regime now issuing disturbing new threats in response with the sanctions. todd: griff jenkins with the latest developments. where are we on this? >> todd, ainsley and steve. no president from president trump took phone call. maximum pressure on brand new sanctions. the president treated, quote: just completed call with president moon of south korea. very happy and impressed with 15-0 united nations vote on north korea sanctions. those sanctions, the toughest ever economically threw a ban on exports of coal, iron, lead and seafood would cost north korea a billion dollars a year in hard currency. but the rogue nation is aggressively responding on
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state-run media, a north korean anchor reading a message to the world. >[speaking foreign language] >> here she is calling the sanction as villain news illegal action violation of their sovereignty vowing retaliation. the u.s. is madly attempting to remove their foundation and structure. this as secretary of state rex tillerson attempts southeast asian meeting in the philippines calling on the real partner hot administration hopes will help enforce these sanctions, china. >> also expressing a view to china and russia that we do have an expectation that you will do everything you possibly can to help north korea understand the reality of the future as well and bring them to the negotiating table. >> now, guys, something to watch. north korea also attending that meeting. so far tillerson, having no contact with any representatives from north
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korea and, of course, as i mentioned, all eyes on china on enforcing these new sanctions. steve: that's right. ainsley: great we had all of that support from the u.n. and going to cost them $1 billion. steve: that's why the president in the tweet said it was 15-0 because had you china. todd: the concern with china. steve: thank you, griff. todd: you don't want china to undercut this now by saying we will play ball on these things and help north korea other goods not necessarily on the list. before we spike the football, we do need to make sure china plays ball globally on this. steve: sometimes in the past they have looked the other way. yeah there are sanctions, we are enforcing them. nope, through the back door. ainsley: hope it stops them from doing nuclear missile tests. steve: 25 minutes before the top of the hour. ainsley: head over to jillian. jillian: get you caught up on what you need to know before you leave the house. man at the eiffel tower armed with a knife told police he
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wanted to, quote, kill a soldier. the french suspect telling negotiators he had been in touch with the member of isis he had been in touch with isis. the suspect said to be around 19 years old with a history of mental problems. he surrendered without hurting anyone saturday night. two boys electrocuted into sailing into power line. both scouts died on board their sailboat east of dallas texas. 11-year-old also on board is critically injured. the boat up in flames by the time help arrived. an investigation is underway. a misuniverse contestant refuses to wear bikini. a muslim woman covering up at the finals great britain. first in the history. i wouldn't wear a bikini to a beach. so i'm not going to wear one in a competition to score points. this story has a lot of people questioning whether true love even exists anymore.
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hollywood god be couple chris pratt and anna fares calling it quits. the two have a four-year-old son together announced they are legally separating after 8 years of marriage. social media seems to be melting down over the shocking split. one twitter user calling it worse thing to happen to her in a decade. gift from mean girls love is over now. and one woman even shared a link on how to stop hyperventilating hoping it will get her back over the breakup. my goodness. i woke up this morning and saw the news. i was even surprised. i don't know, i just feel like they were one of those couples that seemed so in love. steve: hold on, help us. who is chris pratt and who is anna. jillian: faris. ainsley: to popular actress. girl movies. todd: make you feel i they are your friends. chris pratt is like an every man.
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anna faris is. ainsley: bubbly, funny, goofy. steve: love is dead. jillian: i have got to leave now love is dead. todd: house bunny. special screening of the house bunny after the show. ainsley: we wish them all the best. adam is going to tell us what the forecast is. we have got to do the mud run coming up. we are hoping it rains before we do it. todd: you want it to rain? adam: you are doing it in the rain. saw some rain the other rain. philip is here and he wanted to say hi, you are a fugitive fan. where are you from? >> arkansas. adam: your boys are watching? >> they are. get up and watch "fox & friends" drinking coffee. adam: do. >> don't wake up your mom. todd: turn the volume down. we are going to see some rain in this area of the country.
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for now, things are still looking okay. here is where that large area of rain continues to fall. moving across the appalachian mountains. moving towards the mid-atlantic eventually here to new york city. here is the timetable for that here is your future radar. i really begin to think we see some of these showers from d.c. up to new york by mid mornings. the heaviest rain, that's going to be moving here into the really the afternoon hours. this is a big rainstorm, take a look at this. we are under flood advisories from washington, d.c. up to philadelphia up to new york city. heavy rain is definitely on the way. also, you see all this activity happening out here behind me, i'm going to be taking part in this race against carley in just a little bit. carley, we have got some mud. i'm ready to go. here we are, we are getting serious. i am ready to go. 10 or 15 minutes ago. and then you guys will get rained on. steve: adam, i wouldn't worry about the mud. i would worry about the barb wire above the mud. adam: dive into that no
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problem. steve: go change your clothes is he going to do the run. todd: adam and i share an office at the fox news channel. guys getting changed together. adam klotz is yoked. is he really muscular. ainsley: we will see in 10 minutes. steve: he could win. meanwhile, have you seen what's happening in the country of venezuela? things like that. liberals used to say that socialist country was a model for the american dream. our next guest just got back from the region, congressman scott taylor here with a reality check on venezuela next. ainsley: concerning new question for lawmakers. is amazon taking over the world? ♪ i'm the one, yeah ♪ i'm the one ♪ i'm the only one. ♪ so when i need to book a hotel, i want someone who makes it easy to find what i want.
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ainsley: amazon might be getting too big for its own good. ecommerce giant sparking an tri trust concerns considering bid to buy whole foods for $18 billion. the company could kill off competitors if left unchecked. legal experts say amazon isn't breaking any rules right now. and a new study suggest that millennials are using credit cards as weapons of self-destruction. >> rebecca, you just got a credit card bill of $900. you do not need a scarf. >> the green scarf, please. >> good choice. >> last one. >> the study from lend edu find many millennials between 18-29 do not understand how credit cards work. 6% think missing payments improves their credit rating. steve: that's scare scary. ainsley: that's pretty bad.
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steve: nicholas madiero penalty are for terrorists who attacked a military base. several suspects already dead as months of protests have already killed 120 people in venezuela. ainsley: once the fourth richest country in the world. critics call venezuela's decline the steepest in american history. saddest reminder that no country is so rich it can't be driven into the ground by socialism. todd: four countries neighboring virginia. former navy seal scott taylor joins us now. thank you for being with us, representative taylor. >> good morning, everyone. todd: before we break down the policy, describe your experience in those four neighboring countries. >> as can you imagine, there is a tremendous amount of concern in the region, of course. we met with the presidents of colombia, peru, dominican republic and haiti to varying levels, of course our biggest ally colombia and south america very concerned because they have this border. the start of the humanitarian crisis for scale humanitarian
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crisis. venezuela making threats against colombia to mask the dessen congratulation of domestic sector, of course. they are trialing to make threats against colombia to mask what's going on in their owner failures there peru obviously is also concerned. they are allied with us as well as colombia. and their foreign minister is meeting tomorrow with other foreign ministers in the region to talk about escalating actions against venezuela because of their -- the disintegrations of democracy there they are talking about sanctions. they are talking about potentially severing diplomatic ties. but it's good that they're getting together collectively. the country is down there, of course, to take action against vendvenezuela to say it is not okay to descent great democracy. steve: it's not just venezuela that is spiraling out of control. it destabilizes the whole area there and that can have a ripple effect across the continent. >> there is no question about that. look, i think media and it's
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good on you guys since you are highlighting this. we need to pay more attention to our backyard. yes that can destabilize. haiti and dominican republic we spoke to those presidents. they are not as strong as we would like them to be. they would absolutely be affected because of oil shipments. there is tremendous amount of potential for destabilization in the region. we have to keep very much abreast of. ainsley: that's scary. we have leaders in this country who want to make our country more of a socialist country. we don't want to look like that. we don't want riots and unrest on the streets. bernie sanders in 2011 he commented on how great of a country venezuela is listen to this. steve: he said: these days the american dream is more apt to be realized in south america as such places as ecuador, argentina where incomes are actually more equal today. ainsley: i'm sorry. i thought it was a sound bite. it was a statement.
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what's your reaction to that. is that what socialism looks like. >> with all due respect he should go spend a month in venezuela and look for toilet paper. i feel terrible for the people of venezuela and what's going on there again, the reduction of democracy. the house arrests that are happening and other arrests the opposition. it's a tragedy. i mean, senator sanders is out of this world if he thinks that is the american dream. that is the opposite of the american dream. steve: all right. congressman scott taylor a republican from virginia. sir, thank you very much for joining us today from virginia beach. ainsley: thank you very much. former navy seal. thank you for serving our country. todd: coming up on the show. dan bongino, david bossie and bill bennett coming up. steve: do they have what it takes to be members of the special forces? they're taking the green beret challenge live from 48th and sixth avenue. ♪ boom, crash
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♪ no money, honey ♪ welcome to the jungle ainsley: do you have what it takes to be a member of america's special forces? steve: no, i don't. todd: green beret challenge is taking over the plaza this morning. we are about to put our skills -- not our skills but other people's skills to the test. steve: joining us of the green beret challenge mark and two contestants from fox news carley shimkus over there and meteorologist adam klotz. they are going to take off in just a moment. first, mark, why did you come up with this idea? >> my military background. it was about 2012 i was
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watching some of the events taking over mainstream obstacle course racing. we had a different flavor. team event. start military background come up with the idea and here we are. ainsley: all right, mark. do you want to count them down. >> sure thing. ainsley: are you ready? >> i'm nervous. steve: i don't blame you. >> 3, 2, 1. go. ainsley: all right. steve: now, mark, in this particular event, that's only, what, 12 feet. >> 12-foot, typically it's 16-foot. steve: now comes the mud. looks like barbed wire. carley is doing okay. >> she is doing great. ainsley: she is doing roughly. ainsley: she is okay. adam is helping her. >> i'm okay. ainsley: she's says i'm okay. >> good job, carley adam with the weight lifting over there. steve: how heavy is that? >> today about 50 or 60.
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ainsley: carley is like i have had enough of that. come on. steve: that's where you get the quivers when you go over the top. ainsley: this is the scary part. this is the height. ainsley: steve, are you scared of heights? steve: not like that. [cheers] steve: all right. it's a tie. how did that feel? ainsley: how bad was the fall? ainsley: you looked great. ainsley: what's the hardest part? >> all of it. when did i it yesterday, did i it so much better. i should have stopped while i was ahead. ainsley: did you great. >> that was so fun. steve: you were both terrific. adam, i have got to give props
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to you it looked like you slowed down. you could have won outright. todd: is he a gentleman. >> i caught her, did you see that? super reflex. steve: if both are interested in taking part of the green beret challenge where do they go next? >> www got green beret challenge got come. steve: you are all over the u.s., right? >> mainly on the coast pushing out to meengs next year. steve: how did they do. >> they did awesome. ainsley: y'all did great. you got some speed when you were going through the mud. ainsley: had something to do with lying down. steve: carley and ada many dam great job. >> thanks a lot. steve: department of justice firing back at rahm emanuel's definition of sanctuary city. the dangerous facts he can't afford toying nor, coming up next. ainsley: vice president calling a new report about his secret plans to run for the
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>> what we basically did was kicked them in the stomach and told them to stop and told them we are not putting um with it anymore and the ball is in north korea's court. >> city of chicago vowing to sue the trump administration for vowing to fight climb new york city. >> he runs out of time but he makes it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [rocki [rocky theme song] steve: green beret challenge. adam and carley did great the last hour. we will continue to do it this hour.
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rob schmitt, he is going to go through the mud and the muck. ainsley: we are all doing it. todd: ited to doing hard lifting, dirty lifting. steve: thank you very much for joining us on this monday. brian is out and todd piro. todd: thanks for having me. steve: we have breaking news out of missouri and jillian has that now. jillian: get you caught up on the news coming in to fox news channel right now. we do begin with this fox news alert. a massive manhunt underway at this hour for whoever shot and killed a missouri police officer in cold blood. the murder following a traffic stop late last night. authorities say 37-year-old gary michael pulled over a vehicle. the driver then got out and allegedly shot michael dead. he was with the clinton police department for less than a year. we will keep you updated when
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new information comes. in another fox news alert breaking overnight. wreckage of a marine aircraft that crashed during a training exercise has been found. australian navy says the as industropsprix was found. marines missing and presumed dead. investigators still trying to figure out what caused that crash. the deadly ride malfunction at the ohio state fair was caused by excessive corrosion. falling to the ground. weeks after the incident. the ride's manufacturer now says rust caused the support beam to snap off. killing 18-year-old tyler jailer a newly enlisted marine. first look into a terrifying flight moments after severe turbulence sent 10 people to the hospital. >> this is your captain. we really apologize for the unexpected bump.
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it was totally unexpected. jillian: items thrown across the aisle. drinks splashed you will along the ceiling from the american airlines flight from greece to philadelphia. passengers say the plane was 30 minutes from landing when it suddenly fell through the sky. the seat belt sign was on when the plane hits the bumps. a look at your headlines. we will continue to follow that breaking news and bring you the information. todd: horrible story. steve: we will tell you about this. as you know during the trump administration there have been damaging leaks from inside the government. some have suggested it's the deep state or leakers or whatnot. the attorney general of the united states came out on friday and made it very clear that the department of justice will, to the extent of the law, prosecute the people who take our national secrets and leak them to the media and elsewhere. ainsley: he said no matter how are if you break the law you will be prosecuted. if you are working inside the administration or outside of the administration we will
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find you. steve: if you are a member of congress or work in congress. ainsley: that's right. todd: you really do seem to have at least some democrat and republican support. both sides of the aisle coming together on this. jeh johnson under president obama had this to say how bad the situation is with leaking in d.c. >> the leaks right now are really bad. i have never seen it this bad. there should be a concerted effort to identify and go after leakers. the one note of caution i would give the attorney general is what i tell younger lawyers, bad facts make bad law. so, before you decide to take on journalists, reporters, and perhaps subpoena their sources, be aware that the courts are going to get involved. and that has the potential for making bad law in this area. todd: deputy attorney general rod rosenstein did say he is not going after the journalists, he is going after the leakers. last hour steve made a great point of the individual who
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hands the document that has the leaked information. steve: the leaker. todd: the one who is the leaker who is going to be prosecuted. not the one doing his or her job as the journalist. mainstream media saying this is horrible going to put journalists in jail? rod rosenstein says that is not the case. ainsley: does that mean he is going after james comey then because he admitted he handed his memos over to that professor. steve: great question. wouldn't that be something? here is rod rosenstein as well with chris wallace talking about they are not looking for the reporters, to get the reporters in trouble. it's the leakers. the leakers in washington could be, as we were talking about somebody in the administration or somebody up on the hill. >> what we need to look at in every leak referral we get we look at the facts and circumstances. what were the potential harm caused by the leak and the circumstances. that's more important to us than who it is who is the leaker. we identify somebody, no matter what their position is,
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if they violate the law and warrants prosecution we will prosecute it. chris: including white house officials and members of congress? >> including anybody who breaks the law. steve: of course in washington, d.c., oftentimes there are inside the administration, there will be authorized leaks, for instance, somebody authorizes somebody to leak somebody to the press to get the story out to see, as a trial balloon, what the reaction is, but, in this case, it would be interesting to see if they identify a leaker and they said i heard from the boss i was supposed to do it. ainsley: jeff sessions says there is many leaks in the last six months as there were in the previous three years. steve: well, there is a bunch of them apes apes a lot. steve: meanwhile we have been talking about sanctuary cities for a number of years on the program. this administration has made it clear they are going to be cracking down on cities that do not respect the department of justice and ice programs. if they have got somebody in a jail, who is being detained, alert ice. otherwise, they will block
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federal grant money to that city. in particular, there is something called the burn grants which benefits law enforcement groups in the city of chicago. we are talking about $3 million, that they are planning to use to buy police vehicles. under this administration that money is going to get cut off. that's why later today rahm emanuel, the great mayor of the city of chicago is going to sue the government. ainsley: he is sear furious about this. he wants federal dollars. he doesn't want the president to send in federal troops. the president said if you can't defend your city. i will send in the troops. >> ed sis call on behalf of the city of chicago will file suit against the trump justice department in federal court first thing in the morning. the trump justice department has announced new restrictions on burn grants and is asking the city of chicago, in 3450eu
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view, to choose between our core values as a welcoming city and our fundamental principles of community policing. it is a false choice and a wrong choice. chicago will not let our police officers become political pawns in a debate. the city of chicago may be the first to bring a lawsuit. but i'm also confident we will not be the last. todd: along those lines if i can put on my legal hat here for a moment. it shows the hypocrisy of the liberal left. if you will recall, arizona, remember when they wanted to do a specific state immigration issue. the liberal left said oh, no, that's a federal issue. you can't interfere in that. well, now, different situation. and they are saying oh, no, immigration is now a state issue. you can't have it both ways in this context when, in fact, a state wants to do something that is above and beyond the federal government, more often than not, they are allowed to have regulations that are stronger than the feds. steve: let's just do the math here. there are federal grants, federal money and federal laws. and if you break the federal
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law, you don't get the federal grant. that seems pretty simple. todd: pretty simple. steve: nonetheless rahm emanuel you just heard him there. he said they are going to file suit against the federal government this morning. it's interesting, ainsley, because last night, taking a look at what the city of chicago is saying, the department of justice actually fired back at rahm emanuel. ainsley: here is their statement in 2016, more chicagoans were murdered than in new york city and los angeles combined. so it's especially tragic that the mayor is left concerned with that staggering figure than is he spending time and taxpayer money protecting criminal aliens and putting chicago's law enforcement at greater risk. steve: so the $3.2 million in the burn grants hangs in the balance. what happens? stay tuned. they are filing suit this morning. steve: meanwhile, let's talk about college park, maryland. ainsley: do you know where this is? because you used to live in that area, right?
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steve: absolutely. university of maryland beltway in the washington, d.c. area. apparently what they are doing is considering giving voting rights to undocumented immigrants where they would be able to vote in local elections for things like mayor, city council. they would not be able to vote, however, for federal officers or governor. ainsley: can you believe that todd? todd: it's a slippery slope. if you start in this area, who knows the laws and the pressure to try to give these individuals the federal vote. and that's not what the constitution says. steve: here's the thing. in maryland, already, there are a number of smaller communities that already have elections where noncitizens can do the voting. a critic says from an organization said immigrants should not have a say in the direction of the community until they complete the process of becoming a citizen. and then a group called help save maryland, immigration group said people who are in the country legally should have a voice in their community. but if they're not citizens,
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their participation should not extend as far as voting. ainsley: what do you think about that. i can't wait to read some of these comments. todd: it's obviously a loaded question friends@foxnews.com. you bring up great points there is a concern that there is a right way and wrong way to do things. when you do things the right way, you get all the benefits of that come with doing things the right way. one of those benefits is that honor, that privilege to be able to vote in our country. ainsley: this is pretty simple. if you aren't legally allowed to be here, you can't vote, period, paragraph. that's the way it should be. steve: supporters of the bill say whether you are in the country legally or not or a citizen or not, things in local elections have to do with snow removal and garbage collection and stuff like that. everybody should be able to vote on that because it impacts everybody. ainsley: that's what they are saying it is about. is it really democrats pushing for this? undocumented immigrants are going to vote for the people who are in favor of them, obviously, which would be more of the democrats and the
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republicans. steve: they are already doing it in certain cities in maryland and elsewhere. what do you think about it? let us know. you could facebook us. you could tweet us. you could send us an old fashioned email at friends@foxnews.com. it is 7:11 in new york city. vice president calling a report about his secret plans to run for the white house in 2020, absurd, laughable, and fake news. his press secretary is life with us to react coming up. todd: plus, the united nations getting tough on north korea with $1 billion in sanctions. our next guest calls the move a win for the president ♪ ♪ rocking like a hurricane ♪
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let's get on the call first. what do we know about donald trump's call with the south korean leader. >> the president had a conversation about what the sanctions actually did. and the president was happy with the phone call. it sounds like the south korean president was happy with the phone call. and the two have had different ideas about the best approach for dealing with north korea. the south korean president wanted to take a lot softer approach. more diplomatic approach. that hasn't worked. we know that has failed. it's been a failed approach. here we are. the south korean president is deferring to the leadership of the united states. that's a wise decision for the south korean president. todd: here is what president trump tweeted just completed call with president moon of south korea. very happy and impressed with 15-0 united nations vote on north korea sanctions. continues: united nations resolution is the single largest economic sanctions package ever on north korea. over $1 billion in costs to north korea. so let's break down what these sanctions do. >> sure. well, first of all, this is a
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major foreign policy accomplishment for the trump administration. you will hear a lot of national security people say there is nothing left to sanction in north korea. the trump administration just said watch us. what it does is sanctions minerals, sanctions seafood. a lot of these exports actually are purchased by china. so this is going to really kind of tighten the screws on chinese/north korean trade. again in the past china has either looked the other way for some sort of, you know, sanctions violations or has made up for the goods that have been lost by north korea and the revenues that north korea would have gained. so, china can't do that so we have got to watch and make sure that china is actually tightening the screws on north korea. like it is indicating that it is by agreeing to really biting sanctions. todd: that's what we have in place or about to be in place. what do we see going forward in terms of sanctions? >> moving forward need to make sure a billion dollars revenue. the sanctions also end. the revenues that the north korean regime would get from
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foreign workers. and so, again, all of this money, all of this money that the north koreans get does not go to the north korean civilians. it has been used for the military for the missile program and that's why it has to stop. but moving forward we also have to implement secondary sanctions on these banks and entities that are keeping the financial networks afloat for north korea. malaysia and singapore and again china and south african countries. it's a first step. major win for the trump administration. it shows we do have a lot of clout in the international community. knows never trumpers who say that president trump is losing influence and making a joke of the united states are simply wrong. they are trying to damage the trump administration. clearly there is great american leadership here and something that, you know, we can be very proud of for our country. todd: thank you for being with us and breaking down key national security issues. the most hated man in america has done it again. what pharma bro martin shkreli just said about september 11th that will have you just shaking your head.
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running a shadow campaign to run for president in 2020 if the president, donald trump, does not. this morning the vice president firing back, blasting this as laughable and absurd and joining us with more is marc lotter the press secretary for vice president mike pence down in our nation's capitol and it sounds like it is raining there. >> it's a little wet here. thank you for having me on. steve: what's going on here. a big story came out in the "new york times" said that he could be setting up a shadow campaign, just in case president trump doesn't wind up running or decides, you know, for a metered of reasons. what's going on. >> i mean, it's absurd. and really what have you got here is speculation, conjecture. half truths. masquerading as news on the front page of the never trump "new york times." the vice president has been nothing supportive. he is supportive of the president. and his singular focus is on making sure the president's agenda is enacted and that the
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president is elected in 2020. ainsley: narc marc we know he called it laughable, absurd. we know his reaction. i was curious when he read this article in the "new york times," i'm sure you alerted him to it or maybe he read it for the first time at the breakfast table. did he pick up the phone and call the president and say, mr. president, this is absolutely absurd? this is not true? >> well, we obviously never talk about the private discussions between the president and the vice president. but the one thing i can tell is you that both the president and vice president are on the same page. they speak constantly, regularly on multiple times a day. there is no confusion here that the president and vice president are both equally focused on enacting the president's agenda, delivering on their promises and making america great again. todd: one thing i was wondering. a number of people are wondering, at least those of us who believe vice president pence are the pacs. i think a lot of individuals are harping on the pacs as being like well, there is evidence right there. can you explain to us how the
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whole pac situation works and how-to-a certain extent looking forward to potential run in 2024 following president trump's 8 years in office. >> this pac was formed with the president and then the president elect fully in knowledge of this. obviously because the vice president was a governor prior to him becoming vice president. he needed a federal framework where he could obviously conduct some of the political necessities of being in office, including making sure that is he out there doing everything he can to show republican candidates for the house and the senate who support the president's agenda that they have the support of the vice president and this entire administration. it's more of a legal necessity. but one of the things that the "new york times" article doesn't highlight is that when the vice president had a fundraising event here in d.c. about two or three weeks ago for his leadership pac. ivanka trump introduced the vice president at that event. there is no separation in this administration between the
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president's team, the vice president's team. we are all fully engaged in making sure we are working every day to push the president's agenda. ainsley: they want to start these rumors about what's happening in 2020. what about today? what's the president and vice president working on this week and the weeks ahead? >> well, we are continuing to make sure that we're putting pressure on congress to deliver on that promise to repeal and replace obamacare. setting the framework for meaningful tax reform that puts more money in americans' pockets. and the vice president is also preparing that he will be at this time next week traveling central and south america where he will be rallying the world around the need to come together and confront the growing crisis that's developing in venezuela. have you also seen, obviously, the vice president traveling in asia, talking about north korea. that's also something that's going to always be on, you know, at the forefront of our focus. and then just last week, he was traveling through eastern europe, rallying our allies. showing our allies in eastern
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europe that america stands with them in the face of growing aggression from russia. steve: mark, the story shouldn't really surprise you it would come out because of the narrative from the mainstream media for the most part is, you know, we don't know what's going to happen with this president and this presidency. so it makes sense that other republicans are showing up in iowa for a variety of reasons who might be interested in running for president. and mike pence, it suggests, just thinking about a backup plan. you hear that narrative out there. so you could see where this story came from. >> well, what i see right now is that the mainstream media would rather talk about things in speculation, conjecture. as opposed to actually dealing with the successes of president trump in the first six months in office. more than a million jobs created. lowest unemployment rate in 16 years. you have got record stock markets and consumer confidence, business confidence at their highest level in decades. these are the things that matter to the american people.
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what they're sitting around their dining room tables, having breakfast this morning. they are not worried about what may be going on or what speculation is going on in 2020. they are talking about jobs. they are talking about the economy. they are talking about protecting this nation from terrorism. and really defeating isis. that's where the president, the vice president, are completely focused every day. todd: could not be more true about that. we go out to these diners. nobody is even thinking about vice president pence running for president. the last thing on people's minds. steve: marc lotter the press secretary for the vice president. thank you very much. i hope have you umbrella to dash back into the building. >> thank you. i do. ainsley: nice to he so you. baltimore dubbed it the nobody kill anybody weekend. but surprise, surprise, it looks like the criminals didn't listen. dan bongino grew up in baltimore. he is here to react to that next. todd: this little piggy did not go to market. daring escape from the slaughter house. there it goes on the lamb or
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but we won't get there without you. visit alz.org to join the fight. ♪ steve: welcome back. baltimore activist begged the local criminals please don't kill anybody this weekend. but they didn't even make it a full day before somebody got shot. ainsley: this morning, two people are dead as the nobody kill anybody weekend comes to an end. todd: joining us now to react former nypd officer and u.s. secret service agent dan bongino who is actually from baltimore. dan, how do you even respond to the sad phrase there: nobody kill anybody weekend to begin with? the fact that we have to issue something like that and then responding to what happened ultimately over the not kill weekend? >> yeah. i mean, how unbelievably tragic. i remember going to work at a
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radio station in baltimore and then working in the baltimore field offices of as a secret service agent. when you get off pratt street which is where the ohlers play a touristy type area. you make a left and cut through the city. you would just see blocks and blocks and blocks of hard urban poverty. people sitting on their front porch. you know, nothing to do. no jobs. you know, crime. you would see in front of you, you just see things going on and you would think my gosh, these people deserve a shot. these are good folks, a lot of these people. they deserve a shot. and you are right. it's so sad. please don't kill anybody weekend? you know, one of the community activists said we need a culture change here. i think we need a political change. i mean, the same types of people that running baltimore since the 1930s and look what we have. poverty and urban decay. it's a real shame. it's a stain on our country what's going on right now in our urban city. steve: shouldn't every day be kill nobody day. dan, you were talking about
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the number of people who have been killed, murdered in the city of baltimore. we're all familiar with the crime wave in chicago. but when you look at the facts, so far through the end of july, 203 murders in chicago -- rather, in baltimore. last year during the same period, 173. so they are on track to sadly break another record. you mentioned a moment ago the city of baltimore is run by the same type of people. are you talking about? >> steve, since 1930, that was the last time they have elected a republican city councilman into the city of baltimore. now, listen, i'm not here to lecture the citizens of baltimore. they are all responsible adults who can vote how they choose. after the g.o.p. sell out of america on obamacare. i'm not too apt to endorse them either. let's be honest here. the same type of politics. far left liberal ideology has run the city since the 1930s. the citizens of baltimore, steve, are good people. they are good folks.
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there is nothing wrong with them. they have the same d.n.a. you and i have. what's going on in baltimore? reasonable people would ask that reasonable question. what's the common denominator in inner cities that are collapsing and being beaten up by crime and poverty? the common denominator is liberals. this is not a dramatic hyperbolic ridiculous statement i made. it's a statement of fact. something is wrong with an ideology that promotes the breakup of inner city families and then is surprised later on when those broken families turn out children who are sometimes more prone to commit street crime. this is not a mystery to anyone looking at this reasonably. it's a real stain on our country that we can't have an honest conversation about this. and say hey, what's going on? republicans may not be the answer, steve, but far left liberalism certainly has been the cause of the problem if you are looking at it with clear eyes. ainsley: dan bongino, thank you. hand it over to jillian. >> get straight to our fox news alert now.
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we actually have new information on a story that's breaking. we i brought you in the last half hour. a desperate search is underway for this man. take a look after a missouri police officer is murdered in cold blood. moments ago officials naming ian mccarthy as a person of interest in 37-year-old officer gary michael's death. michael shot dead moments after pug a driver over for a traffic stop. he was with the clinton police department for less than a year. another desperate manhunt underway in ohio at this hour. the fbi and u.s. marshals joining the search for an armed and dangerous sexual assault suspect. you see him right on your screen. brandon powell escaped from transport van on friday after struggling with an ohio's sheriff's deputy. causing a crash and stealing the deputy's gun and ammo. they were on their way from a psychiatric i can hospital to a county jail. the deputy was handcuffed to the steering wheel but is not seriously hurt. farmepharma bro martin shkreli
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could soon find himself behind bars. he told live stream quote i was cross the street from 9/11, a few months in jail does not scare me. in 2015 he historically hiked the price of life saving drug by more than 4,000 percent. a massive pig makes a run on it on the way to the auction block. take a look at this video. the hog leaping out of a trailer and onto the highway in washington state. it took people 45 minutes to rangle the pig. and for its owner to come back for it. todd: update on the pig. do we know if its mission was successful? ainsley: i don't have that update if i'm being honest with you, todd. todd: that's the information we need to know. we know if it is going to be pardoned or bacon. steve: bacon. jillian: i'm sorry i'm trying to give me an update on the pig right now.
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>> bacon! ainsley: thanks,villian. ainsley: rare tornado in tulsa, oklahoma. todd: winds up to 110 miles per hour. knocking out power libraries early sunday morning. steve: adam klotz is live with what we can expect for the rest of the week and where that storm is heading. adam? >> it's that exact storm that is just minutes from now going to bring rain here to new york city. at least the front edge of it. start out light and get heavy. did you bring some rain? did you come prepared for that? who brought the umbrellas? now i have an umbrella as well. this guy is out of luck. when that rain arrives look at our maps to see what's happening just around the corner, there it is. we have eventually some big storms coming. here is what we see out in the tropics as well. this is a system that just became a hurricane franklin. running through the tropics and running through mexico. no concern here for the u.s. what do we see in the
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northeast and across the mid-atlantic? yeah, we are talking about flash flood watches and warnings here. heaviest rain will be arriving this afternoon. we are talking about a large area. we are going to see some very intense rainfall and there it is. here is your forecasted track of this rain getting here in just the next little bit. unfortunately sticking with us all the way through the afternoon into the drive time. guys, good news is, i'm out here. i'm prepared. there is one less person. if you need an umbrella, let me know and i will start collecting them for you and these people will be out of luck. steve: the rain makes the mud run much more exciting. thank you very much. ainsley: as long as you are not participating in it. steve: he will be in the next hour. todd: coming up, it is the american holiday for you and your family to celebrate. get ready are you ready? todd: barack obama day. ainsley: is senator mitch mcconnell giving up on obamacare repeal and replace to help democrats on the bailout? next guest calling it unamerican. ♪
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over $800 million a year. the nationest busiest subway system has been plagued by breakdowns and power outages. >> if you live in the state of illinois, you will be celebrating barack obama day next year. the republican governor signed a bill into law establishing it as official state holiday it starts year on august 4th. former president obama's birthday no schools or state organizations, however, will observe it with a closure. all right.
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meanwhile: ainsley: he tried to go it alone to pass a g.o.p. healthcare bill now senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says we might have to help the democrats pass a bailout. todd: next guest is blasting the idea calling it unrepublican and unamerican. here to explain citizens for self-governance mark meckler. great to have you here. ainsley: good morning. todd: what is it you think senator mcconnell wants to do? >> well, you know, if this report is true what is he talking about doing is taking money out of the pockets of hard working, lower income, middle american folks and paying it to healthy profitable insurance companies. it's just an outrage on top of outrage. the republicans promised to repeal obamacare. they failed to do. so continuing to take money out of the pockets of hard working americans to prop up these insurance companies is outrageous. steve: sure. but you know the republicans are in a pickle. they tried pass repeal. they tried to pass repeal and replace. they couldn't get anything through. because they had members of
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their own party not get on board the bandwagon. so now something has got to be done, the democrats say, or else these insurance companies are going to pull out of the states and then people are going to wind up not being on insurance. and then next time the republicans run, the democrats will have a tv ad that says the reason obamacare failed was because republicans didn't continue the slush fund. >> you know, it's incredible to me that the republicans, when they are in the governing majority, governor as if they are in the minority. in other words, they accede to the demands of the democrats. they don't take the lead. they fail to repeal. fundamental truth here is that they control the money. they have controlled the money since they repealed the house. they can repeal by non-funding at any time. these are mechanisms that written tended to be used in the our system of governance. republicans have to start using them. ainsley: marc, should the folks who are our leaders in washington that are republicans that couldn't get repeal and replace so are if a done, should they had be worried about re-election, including mitch mcconnell? >> well, i think they should
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be certainly worried about primaries. and this is something i'm hearing among the grassroots base and from organizations across the country. the idea of what they call punishment primaries that all of these folks that failed to repeal obamacare certainly anybody that votes for extra funding for these insurance companies should face primaries whether they have a chance of winning or not. these folks need to feel the pain of primaries. the outrage is palpable and something needs to be done about it. todd: okay, so, mark, where do we go from here with obamacare? >> well, again, my opinion where we go, it's not as complicated as the republicans try to make it sound. in other words, first of all, mitch mcconnell should act like a leader and he should be punishing and hammering on those who prevented the repeal of obamacare. he has the power to do. so he you, inted, works hard to reelect folks who are not really republicans. the soft republicans who refuse to vote for the repeal of obamacare. he ought to lead on that. and if he won't the american people should. steve: it sounds like you are
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of the opinion that if mitch mcconnell can't get the job done and so far there is no evidence he will be able to, then the republicans should just take the advice of president trump and let obamacare implode on its own and then the democrats are going to have to do something to, you know, dig america out of that hole. >> well, i don't necessarily think the democrats will have to dig us out of the hole. we have to remember this is the obama/pelosi cartel essentially that created this obamacare disaster 8-plus years ago. it's time for the democrats to step up and actually do something to fix the problem. and that means to stop being obstructionists. ainsley: so what happens next? what can we expect? when is it going to happen? next few weeks? next few months? >> you know, my honest opinion is i don't expect much to be happening. i think this is, at best, a trial balloon floated by mitch mcconnell.
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i think the outrage will be palpable from the grassroots from his base across the party. i think all the organizations are going to unite against any kind of a bailout. so i think frankly, obamacare is going to fail. it's going to fail over the relatively short-term. they're going to have to clean up the mess when it hits bottom. steve: mark meckler the president of citizens for self-governance joining us from california. ainsley: is he getting up early this morning for us. todd: tens of thousands of jobs created under the trump administration. one democrat can't admit it. >> he has made these people believe that he is going to bring back the coal industry u it is not going to happen. todd: former trump campaign manager david bossie here to react next. ainsley: does rob schmitt have what it takes to be a member of america's special forces? he is taking the green beret challenge. we will find out all tangled up ♪ steve: oh no ♪ we will ♪ we will ♪ rock you
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♪ ♪ don't be a macho man ♪ you want to be tough ♪ better do what you can so beat it. ainsley: well, have you heard of mud runs and obstacle courses. now get ready for ultimate test green beret challenge. steve: we are out on the plaza to see if rob schmitt has what it takes to be a member of special forces. there is rob. going to square off against debra. she right there is standing by. we will get things started in a moment with mark ballast. he is the ceo of green beret challenge who joins us live good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for having us. steve: what is our fascination with these obstacle courses and endurance events.
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>> you can do whatever you want monday through friday and get off the couch saturday morning and run a race. don't have to train year around to be a participant. it is the fastest participant support in america. todd: rob schmitt is well rested. just came back from vacation. ainsley: starting to rain. 1, 2, 3, go. steve: they are off. first stop. this shard one. did he it in no time. look, he is healthy as ever. there you go. todd: what do you think the hardest one out of all of these? definitely the rope climb because it's all based on technique. you were body strength and using legs. steve: when they climb up that ladder it's complicated because they are a completely muddy. >> you can definitely slip and transition to a -- obstacles and then the it shakes and wobbles. ainsley: it looks like the
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hardest part to me. >> you were body strength as well. steve: come on, debra. cheer them on here, let's go. [cheers and applause] steve: final event is? ainsley: good job. all right. debra, wonderful job. steve: let's talk central vijayry here. i noticed she was a little behind you. leading after the first challenge. yet you waited for her. she ultimately beat you. was that good strategy? >> i think she beat you fair and square. also take a look at my contract to see why i'm supposed to be doing something like this. i said yes. >> that was your favorite part of that? >> beating him. >>ed hardest part is this thing. accidentally kicked her. i didn't mean to. >> getting up there was tough. ainsley: height factor here. the last little part?
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>> i don't think that was it. steve: like to take part in one of these events across america what is your website? >> www.green beret challenge.com. steve: you don't have to be a real green beret. >> it would help. ♪ all right, thank you so much. thanks a lot. ainsley: still ahead, trump former campaign manager david bossie and bill bennett are going to be with us. steve: there you go. ♪ no one wants to be defeated ♪ show them how spunky ♪ show us your might ♪ it doesn't matter ♪ who is wrong or right ♪ just beat it ♪ no one wants to be defeated ♪ oh, no ♪ show them how spunky ♪ show them your fight you always pay your insurance on time. tap one little bumper, and up go your rates. what good is having insurance if
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>> they violated the law, and in that case, we'll prosecute. >> the vice president calling a new report about his secret plan to run for the white house in 2020 fake news. >> what you have is speculation, conjecture, half-truth, mask generating on the front page. >> overnight south korea agreeing to apply maximum pressure on north korea. >> this is a major foreign policy accomplishment for the trump administration. this is a billion dollars worth of revenue for the north koreans. >> filing a lawsuit against the trump administration. >> chicago will never relinquish our status as a welcoming city. >> one twitter using posting this gift from mean girls saying love is over now. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ainsley: every time i hear that, i feel like i'm at a basketball game. steve: well, this hour, you will be dancing through the mud, ainsley. are you ready for this? it is green beret challenge. ainsley: i'm ready to take on, baby. steve: welcome to studio f, as in fox and friends. the most powerful television show in america. are you ready? thank you very much for joining us. it's interesting, at the end of that montage, there was a little bit of chris pratt and anna farris who had broken up, i said recently. i had informed who they were. my wife said they made themselves out to be a perfect couple. >> that's one of the reasons
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for the sadness throughout the country. steve: but i think a lot of people have no idea who they are. >> can i get happy for a moment? steve: yes. >> a little personal talking point here. today is my mom marianne's 70th birthday. and i know, steve, you have kids that are around my age. i'm just trying to go through what she's thinking right now. i just insulted steve. but we worked so hard to raise our kids, and i hope i turned out right, but i did get to be on the couch for these folks, so i'm having a proud moment. steve: so we gave her mother her birthday. >> i'm good. i didn't get anything. thank you to the producers, thank you for brian for taking off. ainsley: i also want to say happy birthday to my sister. today is her birthday and one of my best friends lindsey down in florida, it's her little son's birthday today. steve: let's deal with david bossie, the former trump campaign manager, fox news contributor. any happy birthday wishes you
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want to send out today? >> i have four children. none of them born today. steve: let's go on with news, the president of the united states had a conversation with the president of south korea yesterday about the urgent danger that north korea poses. we're also hearing more and more about how general john f kelly is bringing a certain decorum to this particular white house that we have not yet seen. at least according to a couple of the big papers. what's going on behind the scenes? >> well, first of all, you know, i'm so proud of president trump for putting together this coalition at the united nations that included china and russia. that really, the first time in a very long time that a coalition has stood against this rogue dictator in north korea. and so we put into place one billion dollars worth of sanctions, and i think that that is going to really hurt this economy in north korea. and, unfortunately, it hurts the people of north korea. but it really is going to take a lot of the revenue that
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they're going to be spending on missiles and nuclear arms off the table, and i think that's an amazing feet for the president of the united states after just six months on the job. and just juxtapose president obama sent $1 billion to iran in cash on his way out the door, so i think that's a little bit different leadership style here. steve: and what about the new chief of staff? >> you know, i'm excited to see general kelly's first week. earlier has i think brought a lot of encouragement within the west wing, within the white house. you know, everybody i talk to says that it's a new order. you know, you can feel the difference, a palpable difference in the white house. and i think that general kelly is bringing about some semblance of order. it seems to be one of the first things he's doing is to tell all the faxes you're going to run this the right
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way, which is through me. and then he's not allowing people into the oval. he's not allowing the folks who work in the west wing to just go into the oval office, which is part of what president trump likes. but i think doing that less will benefit the president because it will give him time to really focus on the issues that general kelly is putting before him on a daily basis and giving him an opportunity to spend some quality time on those, instead of doing a lot of different things. ainsley: there was a wall street journal article that says he's keeping the doors closed now that things are changing in the white house. and there were two aids fighting inside the oval office, and he said, hey, guys. knock it off. you have to stop this. figure it out on your own and then come back and talk. is there truth to that? >> well, i wasn't there on that particular moment, but i can tell you during the campaign and transition and having known president trump for a long time, he does welcome a lot of different
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ideas. and he welcomes people to bring him a lot of ideas. i think what general kelly is doing is saying only come before the president when you are all on the same page. and i think that's a very good thing. not only for the president but for our government. >> all right. let's switch gears now. big topic on the discussion on the liberal left media. vice president mike pence allegedly starting a -- you know, he's running in the face of the president and obviously the president says "no." vice president says "no." we had mark lotter on earlier, and he said the vice president is focused on passing president trump's agenda. let's listen to this. >> it's absurd and really what you've got here is speculation, coninjection, half-truth masquerading as news on the front page of the never trump new york times. the vice president is nothing but supportive. he is supportive of the president.
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and his singular focus is to make sure that the president is reelected in 2020. >> all right. so the facts that the paper in question being utilized, are trips to the heartland, let's say, ohio, places like that. in your experience, you know this stuff. you know how this works. what's going on here? >> well, first of all, this is outrageous. that the new york times, the leader in fake news has put together a story that compiles a bunch of different points that they want to bring together and make it an antitrump story. it is outrageous. the vice president of the united states is a full partner with the president in their agenda. their agenda. to make america great again. the vice president has done nothing but be an incredible partner in that -- in delivering on that legislative agenda. and it's going to be moving
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forward to do just that. when the vice president and others are visiting states, it's not that they're setting up shop to run for president, it's that they're trying to help this president get their legislative agenda through. so, look, let me just say this. you know, people get invited all the time to be the keynote speaker at the iowa republican party or the new hampshire republican party or the south carolina democratic party or republican party, and that's why those are the three first that are the first. so people day repay attention. but those parties still need tore raise money, they still need to build their organizations. they still need to do the things to get ready for the 2018 and 2020 elections. and that's what this is about. so you have certain people, and i'll name one that was in that article. john kasich. the very weak governor of ohio who was against the president when he was running, was against him when he was in transition, and against him today. he wants to run.
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that's fine. let him. i would find it hard to believe he could win a primary in ohio today, so -- look, the president won without him by ten points in ohio. so there are people out there who are going to nip around his ankles but nobody of substance. ainsley: people were upset he didn't come to the convention to support the president in his own state. let's talk about maxine waters because there was a democratic strategist down in atlanta who wants her to lead the house and chuck schumer to lead the senate. says forget about bipartisan deals, just make her the leader. she was on the view with those ladies last -- the end of last week i think on friday. let's listen to a clip of that. and she's explaining why democrats voted for president trump. listen. >> he has made these people believe that he's going to bring back the coal industry. it is not going to happen. >> and they stick with him not because they think he is going to change government as such. i think they stick with him because he has made them
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believe that somebody else is responsible for their problems. for these small towns and these areas where the stores have closed down, the jobs have left, it is those people over there. i'm going to build a wall. i'm going to keep those people out. they're the cause of your problem. they're getting something for nothing. it's not you, and they believe that. ainsley: david, your reaction. >> thank you, maxine waters. you know, it continues. these democrat politicians are completely out to lunch. maxine waters still, and i'm so grateful. still doesn't understand why president trump won. he had an agenda for the american people to make america great again. the democrat party is the party of broken status quo. they are a party that believes that the failing nature of the economy, the flailing nature of our national security under barack obama was a good thing. and they didn't understand
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what the rust belt voters were talking about in pennsylvania, michigan, wisconsin, ohio, iowa. where president trump just marched to victory. and that is that they want better education for their children. they want a better health care system and a more affordable health care system. they want a strong national defense. they want jobs to come back to the united states. they want a tax system that is not, you know, a penalty on hard work. so that is what president trump complained on, and that is what he's trying to get through. they have trump derangement syndrome. i've said it many times. these democrats -- i steal that from charles krauthammer. but these democrats are folks who don't understand the american people, but they only will stand in the way of everything that the president's trying to do, and it really is harmful to the american people. every day. steve: well, all the democrats have to do and even democrats themself admit it, they've got to come up with their own message. but obviously have not from
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what you just said, they're taking a page from his playbook, which you helped write. david bossie, thank you very much for joining us live today. ainsley: thanks, david. good to see you. all right. jillian has some headlines for you. >> that's right. and a lot of breaking news stories that we continue to follow. so let's get right to this fox news alert. a desperate search underway for this man that you'll see in a second. after a missouri police officer is murdered in cold blood. moments ago, officials naming ian mccarthy as a person of interest and 37-year-old gary michael's death. shot moments after pulling over a driver at a traffic stop. >> without provocation shot and killed somebody. he's dangerous. and he's a danger to the community. >> michael was with the clinton police department for less than a year. another fox news alert breaking overnight. the wreckage of a marine aircraft that crashed during a training exercise has been found. the australian navy says it was located about 400 miles
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from the coast. three marines are missing and presumed dead after that accident. 23 others were rescued. investigators still trying to figure out what caused the crash. that's a quick look at your headlines on monday. as i mentioned, a lot of breaking stories going on, so we will keep you posted on all of this. steve: thank you, jillian. ainsley: deputy attorney general rod rosenstein says he's ready to protestant retain anybody who breaks the law, even the white house staff members. bill been the worked in two white house, and he's here coming up to react. steve: and mayor rob emmanuel set to file a sanction city lawsuit this morning against president trump's justice department. but the doj is firing back. wait until you hear what they had to say to mr. emmanuel. today, we're out here with some big news about type 2 diabetes. you have type 2 diabetes, right? yes. so let me ask you this... how does diabetes affect your heart?
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they need to notify them. if they don't do that, they're going to lose some federal money. ainsley: there have to be some ramifications, though, if you're not going to follow the law. if you're not going to do the right thing. steve: sure. ainsley: then there are consequences. steve: there are. but here's the thing. rob emmanuel is in a sanctuary city. he is the mayor of chicago. he does not like this federal policy, and he's going to sue donald trump's department of justice later today. ainsley: here he is last night at a press conference. listen. >> on behalf of the city of chicago will file suit against the trump justice department in federal court first thing in the morning. the justice department has made new restrictions on grants and is making me choose between our core values as a welcoming city and our fundamental principles of community policing. it is a false choice and a wrong choice. chicago will not let our
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police officers become political pawns in a debate. the city of chicago may be the first to bring the lawsuit, but i'm also confident we will not be the last. >> all right. so you didn't hear a lot of facts in rob emmanuel's statement. where you do hear facts is the response from the department of justice. check this out. in 2016, more chicagoans were moderate than new york city and los angeles combined. much bigger areas, in fact. so it's especially tragic that the mayor is less concerned with that staggering figure than he is spending time and taxpayer money protecting criminal aliens and putting chicago's law enforcement at greater risk. that i think underscores it. steve: it's so simple. if you want the federal money, you've got to cooperate with the federal government's requirement regarding immigration. that's it. if you don't want the money, fine. but you're not going to get it under this administration, according to jeff sessions. ainsley: well, doj is on the defense because they make a great point. i mean, on the offense.
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they make a great point. they're telling him the statistics to clean up the streets and make it safer. folks in that area, we're outside talking to people in the chicago, i'll say to them my gosh, what's going on? i don't know. it's awful, it's terrible. so things are just going to get worse and worse if changes are not made there in chicago. these are lives being lost. steve: absolutely. let's know what you think. e-mail us foxandfriends.com or tweet us or facebook us. >> that city dub it nobody kill anybody weekend, just the fact that we have to have that is sad. but surprise, surprise. the criminals, though, they didn't listen. we'll explain that coming up. ainsley: and today eight lost purple hearts will be reunited with their rightful owners or families. one of those soldiers and one family here live. next.
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six homes now unlivable in florida. that opened up and now about 260 feet at its widest point more than three-quarters of the length of a football field. steve, over to you. steve: all right. thank you. today is national purple heart today. a special ceremony is going to reunite eight lost to veterans and families of fallen veterans. we have nicki greenstein who will be reunited with a purple heart awarded to nick's father. retired army medic daniel, new york city fire department firefighter who will be reunited with his lost medal, and major zack fight, the founder of purple hearts reunited. good morning to all of you. >> good morning. steve: let's start with you. for a myriad of reasons, and we're going to get a couple of them in just a moment. people who have been presented with the purple heart lose them. it is your organization's mission to do what? >> basically, we do the
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detective work to find out who these medals belong to, we'll get them professionally framed for you charge free of the families, and we travel to the country to return them in ceremonies like you'll see tonight. we're going to reunite eight families with their lost valor. steve: and we should point out these are not new purple hearts that have been issued by the pentagon. you track down the original ones that were lost; right? >> these were the last item that a family received of their loved one's death, and it has that sentimental value that means the world to them. steve: nick, i know your father who you never met was killed in world war ii. your family was presented with the medal of -- rather, the purple heart. but what happened to it? >> well, it was in my possession most of my life until we were moving into a new home about 30 years ago. and during the move, it came
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up missing, along with some other personal items. but it came up missing, so i had not even thought about it for years and years and years until i received a telephone call from major. steve: well, how did he find you? >> i guess that's an interesting question in his own. steve: you must have put out the word that you lost your father's -- >> no. i had not. somebody had called major saying that they had a purple heart that has a name engraved on it, and they didn't what an to do with it. steve: and that was yours? >> yeah, and his organization tracked me down. steve: nicki, just your father did not meet his own father because he was killed in action before he got home. what was your entire experience with this process? >> well, i've got to know a lot about my grandfather, who i knew little before, and it's really an incredible process and incredible organization.
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they've done a tremendous amount of research just to find my father and find everybody and bring that purple heart back home. steve: it's fantastic. dan, tell us how your purple heart was misplaced. >> well, after i was wounded, you know, i was sent back very early in the deployment. so my battalion was in country i would say 12 months after i got home. so they did the ceremony once for everybody in the unit, and i hadn't seen my guys in such a long time. a lot of the hugs and high fives and i looked down when a reporter asked me to take a picture with the medal, i looked down, and it was gone. i wasn't too upset about it, but i moved on because i was so happy. steve: what do you mean i bought this one? >> yeah. on my home, i picked this one up and forgot about it. to then, it didn't matter to me, you know? steve: major, explain to us and the folks watching who don't understand how this works.
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we just heard this story about somebody who had come across it. people are actually buying purple hearts they found online and stuff like that. so how do you get involved with the people who say, oh, that's really cool. i wonder who it belongs to. >> yeah. through great donations across the country, we're able to go online and rescue some of these medals that are being sold for profit. there's actually a law out there that just passed through the senate called the private purple heart preservation act, which would make it illegal in our country to sell these medals. but we actively pursue them so that we can get them back to where we belong. and the son of a veteran that we never met and to a great firefighter here in new york. and our job is to honor these families and heroes. steve: dan, what's it going to mean to you to get that back tonight? >> it's more to my family and since i have grown up and my kids, i wish i had it. and when they reached out to me, i'm humbled and honored and really glad to be a part of it. steve: and, nick, how important is it to have a part of your dad?
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>> i think the impact for me has been that this young man's story is being told. i mean, i love the medal. i mean, it's something to hold and to feel, and i'm so grateful for major fike for finding me. i'm thrilled that it at last this young man's story could be told. steve: this young man, your father. >> yeah. i mean -- steve: he was a young man when he passed away. for folks watching right now, major, how can they help your organization put more of these purple hearts back into the hands of their family? >> yes, sir. hundreds of these medals are coming in each year, so we need that financial support to get these back to these families. if they found a medal they need help with, they can contact us at our website. and if they're in the city tonight, come out to federal hall and witness this great event. we've had some great supporters behind us establishing this huge undertaking with all of these families, 25 family members from all over the country have
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diversion to the city to experience, you know, honor of their veterans. steve: tonight at 5:15 local time right here in manhattan. thank you very much for joining us and telling us your story. >> thank you. >> yeah. thank you very much. steve: and good work you're doing. thank you very much. a program a lot of people don't realize. meanwhile, straight ahead on this monday morning, deputy attorney general rod rosenstein says he's ready to prosecute anybody who breaks the law, even if they work at the white house. bill bennett worked in two white house administrations. he's here next. stay tuned for that. and a hollywood heartbreaker this morning. chris pratt and anna farris who were apparently positive they would never break up. guess what? they're breaking up.
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♪ ♪ ♪ steve: ainsley and julian will be squaring off. it's got mud and weights and heights and everything that scares ainsley. ainsley: i'm passing my baton to bill bennett. how far away are you? can you get here quickly? >> you should have told me. i worked out at 5:30. i would have stepped for you, ainsley. steve: i think you have to change clothes. ainsley: i will change clothes and at the end of the show i will do that. >> i'm not going to comment on the hollywood break-up either. don't even go there. steve: i don't know who those
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people are. >> who are they? steve: let's talk a little bit, on friday the administration took administration to trying to plug the leaks and the attorney general said we are going to prosecute people who do the leaking as well and it was suggested yesterday by rod rosenstein, deputy attorney general bill bennett, that these leakers could be in the white house, they could be members of congress, what do you make of that? >> sure, go after wherever the leakers are. i'm not as pleased as a lot of people, even some people at "fox & friends". he didn't mention the press, first amendment is not a license to ruin your country and there are laws that say that the press cannot take the leaks when they harm the country and go publicly and i wish he had been more aggressive. sure, go after the leakers, whoever the leakers are but not
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exclude categories. steve: somebody in the government has a super secret thing and hand it to reporter by virtue of that reporter taking it, they should be prosecuted? >> yeah, look, james risen, not james rosen at fox, they didn't end up prosecuting him, he was releasing all sorts of things. you had another reporter at washington post releasing the names of locations of secret sites where the interrogation of people were being held. imagine, that somebody got a hold of a report from general mattis directing, you know, where u.s. troops would go after isis in raqqah, should that be reported or not? no, it should not be reported and if somebody does and if we lose life, that person should be prosecuted. there's no immunity here. good lawyers defend people. my brother defended judith
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miller who stayed in jail. the law has to be honored. ainsley: new york times article, they got a leak from the white house and they said that vice president mike pence is positioning himself to run for president in 2020. he's denying it saying it's disgraceful, offensive to his family even. what did you make of that? >> i think he's truly offended by it. i'm pretty close to the vice president and very close to staff. he has a wonderful staff. i talked to those people on a semiregular basis. ainsley: have you talked since the story broke? >> no. i have talked about the issue. a couple of occasion that is i have been in the office, are we doing enough to defend the president, are we keeping close to the president and defending him and i said, i think you're doing a remarkable job, i think this is really crazy and unfair, typical, not unusual but the same group we were just talking
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about. mike pence very little guile and personal ambition about im. >> -- him. >> could it be the russian mad madness of the media calming down a little bit? >> the same thing happened with mueller, he hired 10 or 12 of the toughest, roughest prosecutors, the venue is in dc. he says it's not a fishing expedition. call it a hunting expedition. these guys are out for bear and it's going to be very rough and i hope the president's lawyers gear up. trump will be on and who will replace him, part of the narrative because they didn't like the results of the last election. i had my disagreements and problems but we had an election, he's the president and some
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things are getting done, some remarkable things are getting done. steve: indeed. always great pleasure having you on the program. ainsley: great to see you. >> green berets next time. ainsley: we are participating. julian, you're going to rescue me. >> we will rescue each other. until we get to that, we have news to get you caught up on. let's begin with fox news alert. fbi and u.s. marshals joining around the clock for armed and dangerous sexual assault suspect from ohio, strug welling ohio sheriff's deputy causing a crash and stealing the gun and ammo. they were on the way from psychiatric hospital, is not seriously hurt. nobody killed anybody. that proves to be too much to ask for in baltimore, two people shot dead during what was supposed to be 72 hours of peace
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in the violence-plagued city. former agent says liberals are to blame. rar >> what's the common denominator? >> the common denominator is liberals. >> the weekend killings is 203 homicides this year. what do you think, golden couple chris pratt and anna farris are calling it quits. they are legally separated after eight years of marriage. social media melting down over the shocking split. one twitter user, the worst thing to happen to her in this decade. another woman shared a link, help her get over the break-up. tongue tied talking about this one.
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you don't know who they are -- [laughter] >> they weren't even married, were they? >> they were married. 4-year-old son. steve: that's sad. i still don't know who they are. >> they made fun of themselves and made them understand and be with the people. >> anyway, there you have it. no one knows what's happening behind closed doors. they are hollywood. we don't really know what's happening. we wish them all the best. >> it's on. steve: meanwhile president trump continuing his campaign promise working to eradicate isis now even the media reluctantly touting the gains against isis. we are live at the state department coming up next. ainsley: we are just ten minutes away from i -- i am ten minutes away from facing julian in green
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green beret challenge, so bring it on.
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no, you're bill. i'm tom. you know what? no one cares. steve: president trump promising to protect americans from isis terrorists, listen to this. >> we have seen the bloodshed and devastation inflicted by terrorists in america, in europe and all across the world. we will keep radical islamic terrorists out of our country. [cheers and applause] >> and now even the mainstream media reluctantly reporting the gains against the terror group under president trump. steve: envoy for the global coalition and joins us from the state department, good morning to you. >> good morning, thanks for having me. steve: for the washington post under trump gains against isis
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have dramatically accelerated, something is going on, tell us about how the united states is prosecuting the war against isis and how we are doing a lot better than we were a while back. >> i think they are just stating the fact. there's a lot going on in washington. the clear instruction from the president, secretary tillerson and mattis and the national security team is to focus as laser to destroy isis. he delegated authorities down to lowest level in the field and allowed to take advantage of isis as we see opportunities. we also called on an entire coalition to do a lot more, this isn't just the united states doing this, since then about a third of all the gains we've made against isis and iraq and syria have come in the last six months. mosul is finished, six months ago in raqqah isis was planning major attacks against us, homeland and our partner and today they are fighting for their very survival block to block about 45% of the city now has been cleared. >> without getting too in the weeds, from a tactical
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perspective what we are doing now in the last six months than what we did under the obama administration and why is that difference such a game-changer? >> well, just to give you an example, i was in syria in march, a few months ago and we were working on the ground and we sensed an opportunity if we can move really fast, put us in helicopters, bring us 8-kilometers, we have to move fast to catch isis by surprise and commanders in the field have the authority to make decision, put operation together within days and the force we are working with, the syrian democratic force are able to seize town and success in raqqah is because of that operation. that was done because the decision-making cycle was so fast swift with delegate today commanders on the ground. steve: is it clear that the president of the united states has pretty much given his commanders on the ground do whatever it takes to get rid of these people? >> nothing is and it has to come
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back to washington and has to go to the president in national security council. a couple key trend lines we are seeing, we are also, remember the migrant refugee flow that we were seeing two years ago out of iraq and syria. that's not been reversed. wh iraq 2 million back in homes in areas used to be controlled by isis and even in syria people come back to homes and terrorists were using the migrant routes to threaten us. some very important trends, very important to protecting the homeland and the american people and partners and the trends are going the right way. >> before we let you go, quick question, can we eradicate isis? >> we will destroy isis. a unique terrorist organization, 5 million people were living under isis are no longer living under them. whether he do whatever we can to take away territory and make
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sure they can't threaten us at home and partners. we have made more progress than we have ever have before. steve: bret, thank you very much. >> thank you so much. steve: ten minutes before the top of the hour, ainsley and julian about to go head to head in the green beret muddy challenge. >> let's check in with shannon. >> how did that happen? >> no idea. >> i have confidence that they will both kick it. after that, tough new round of un sanctions of north korea of help with china and russia, rogue regime is threatening massive retaliation. the deputy attorney general speaking about leaks and warning prosecutions are coming. plus, a matter of days but the reviews are coming in on general kelly as chief of staff, how is he impacting the white house so far? interesting new information surrounding the tarmac meeting
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steve: so far we have seen adam and carley face off and then after that it was rob scmit's turn. ainsley versus julian. mark, briefly explain what the green beret challenge is. >> four different events, similar to what you see here.
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24-hour green beret experience. >> can i give you my earrings? steve: yeah, sure. get into position. >> she doesn't do rope and i don't do heights. >> let's do a countdown, ready, five, four, three, two, one. [applause] >> let's cheer them on, guys. >> have you ever done play by play? >> they are both good at the mud. excellent mud work. [laughter] >> t jersey mud. >> you have to be careful on this one. >> take it easy, ainsley. this is the one she's worried about. hang on. we had somebody take a tumble
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off that. next lift the weights. >> this is about 100 pounds. steve: is that right? >> yes, sir. >> look at ainsley. this is the one ainsley didn't want to do so julian is doing that. there you go. come on. it's the timber at the top that's complicated. covered with all sorts of mud. >> there she is. >> there you go. [cheers and applause] >> the crowd is loving julian. steve: good job, julian. come on. ladies and gentlemen, it's a tie
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>> for making these jerseys, giving us these great pads to protect ourselves and a green beret challenge. >> shannon: north >> shannon: it comes as the u.s. signals it is open to talking with north korea if it meets one very big condition. that is stopping all those missile tests. another busy monday morning. i'm shannon bream live in "america's newsroom." good morning to you. >> good morning. hope you had a great weekend at home. north korea's latest threat follows unanimous action from the u.n. security counsel slapping a billion dollars of new sanctions on north korean experts. >> sh

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