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be silently take part but the change was made so more people could hear but recording, quote, doesn't speak with passion from the heart. well that wraps this hour at "fox & friends first" 4:00 a.m. in brand-new temporary studio, "fox & friends" first continues right now, see you later, bye. >> do not touch any packages or anything that looks like a package, do not even go near it, stay inside your homes until we have had a chance to deem this neighborhood safe. >> it is monday march 19th, fox news alert. austin on edge, another explosion rocking texas neighborhood, the brand-new details just in as police ramp up their efforts to find the serial bomber. >> end the witch hunt, his brand-new attack as the white
house tries to shut down rumor that is bob mueller could be next. jillian: not a pretty picture, first horrific photo of bloody schoolgirl on american flag and now taking aim at sarah sanders, actor jim carrie getting slammed on social media, "fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪ ♪ jillian: good monday morning to you, quiet look at midtown manhattan, 5:00 a.m. on the east coast. you're watching "fox & friends first" on this monday morning, i'm jillian mele. rob: lovely day if you like it
cold, i'm rob schmitt, the white house firing back at reports this morning about the job security of special counsel robert mueller. jillian: that's right, days after fbi deputy director andrew mccabe was fired, griff jenkins live in washington for all the new developments, good morning, griff. >> let me start you up speed here, white house lawyer ty coob shooting statement about mueller's future. in response to questions being posed to administration, the white house confirms that the president is not considering or discussing the firing of the special counsel robert mueller, the statement came after the president set up a fire storm sending warning naming mueller, why does the mueller team have 13 hardened democrats, some crooked hillary supporters and zero republicans, another dem recently added, does anyone think this is fair and yet there's no collusion. while the president was venting frustration with the, trey gowdy
of the house oversight committee joined of any notion of a firing. >> russia attacked our country, let special counsel mueller figure that out and if you believe as we found there's no evidence of collusion, you should want special counsel mueller to take all the time and have all of the independence he needs to do his job. >> men while fallout from attorney general jeff sessions firing of andrew mccabe played this weekend house judiciary committee chairman bob weighing in on that. >> i think the attorney general did the right thing. it was the appropriate decision given the reports of his having leaked internal information to the media and then giving false information about that misleading information to those investigating the matter. >> mccabe defended himself vigorously in lengthy statement against allegations calling it personal attack as news surfaced that former deputy director could have kept detailed memos
with the president, mccain didn't spend that much time with him and never took notes. so that catches you up to speed on what happened yesterday but it's early, it's monday, much more could come in this story certainly in twitter. rob: we are going to have a debate showing both sides of the story coming up at 5:30, thanks so much, griff, we appreciate it. jillian: on our show the president of judicial watch tom fitton questioning how the fbi let mccabe with his problematic leadership rise up to head the clinton e-mail investigation. >> mccabe was always an ethical disaster at the fbi certainly under the latter days of the obama administration, judicial watch separately uncovered that despite all the noise of contrary about investigation, he ended up recusing himself because of contributions of the clinton cash machine, close
friend, a few months later, he's running the clinton e-mail information. there's a lot to be concerned about with andrew mccabe and it's extraordinary you the two internal watchdogs of the justice department and fbi detail multiple lies and the controversy is whether he would be fired or not. the outrage is he lasted so long rob: president trump doubling down on accusations that former fbi director james comey lied under oath. >> director comey, have you ever been an anonymous source in the news reports about matters relating to the trump investigation or the clinton investigation? >> never. rob: all right, trump, wow, watch comey lie under oath to senator g, senator grassley when asked have you ever been anonymous source or known somebody else to be anonymous source he said strongly never, no, he lied clearly as shown on
"fox & friends", directly contradicted comey's testimony. jillian: turning now to fox news alert, residents urged to stay inside until daylight after a fourth explosion rocks an austin neighborhood overnight. rob: blast coming just hours after a public appeal to the bomber from police, kelly wright is here with the breaking details, kelly, fill us in this morning, what's going on? kelly: indeed, anxious res dmepts austin have been spending restless night in home while police investigate the latest explosion in community. the blast injured two men in their 20's, we are told they are hospitalized with serious injuries, austin police chief is warning residents to stay indoors throughout the night and not to open any unexpected packages. he added that police believe the blasts might be related to three bombings over the last ten days, and those attacks two people
were killed and two others injured. >> we now need the community to have extra level of vigilance and pay attention to any suspicious device whether it'd be a package, a bag, a backpack, anything that looks out of place and do not approach it. kelly: bombings have had impact on austin popular south by southwest festival, police increased presence as organizers warn attendees to be on alert, a 26-year-old man was arrested after making threat at event, trevor engram e-mailed a bomb threat prompting a massive sweep of the area, no bomb was found but organizers canceled roots concert plus latest explosions causing more anxiety for residents. >> people are still traumaized, the fact that somebody can bring bomb to the community. >> that could have been me. my roommates get packages all of
the time so it hits home. kelly: you can see that it's hitting home to a lot of people who live in the neighborhood. mo motive is known but police suspect it could be hate crimes related because all the victims targeted have been black or hispanic. police offering rewarding totaling $15,000 for information leading to arrest of killer or killers. julie: so frightening. vice president mike pence handing -- hand over heart to honor heros, master sergeant christopher and christopher first to be transported to the u.s. along with five other servicemen died after the helicopter crashed during mission in iraq last week. rob: school official, one of the florida school shooting suspect committed more than a year before this massacre was committed, counselors and even
the disgraced former deputy that fail today intervene in the shooting recommended that nikolas cruz under go a mental evaluation but the recommendation was never acted upon. that kind of involuntary commitment would have made it much more difficult if not impossible for cruz to legally purchase a gun. julie: first law enforcement filing the catastrophic bridge collapse is expected to be filed today, a firm expected to sue on behalf of the victim injured when the 950ton bridge came tumbling down. now we know the identity of all the people who died on collapse including a father of three, the school will hold a moment of silence at 1:47 p.m., the exact time of thursday's incident. rob: okay, congress back to work today, a live look at capitol hill with just five days to avoid another government shutdown. we get to go through this all over again, congress gets to ham
-- hammer and chuck rocha and ron meyer joined us on what we can expect. >> trump gave democrats everything they could have ever wanted, $303 billion and everything in spending and they haven't been able to pass this. >> we shouldn't be kicking this down the road every four to five days because you need people in the military and stock market to make sure people have stability to we can go on with what's happening. rob: well said, we are expected to see details of the bill later today this after last month's patch work deal was passed for temporary funding. julie: you want free food? rob: sure. julie: little cesar's giving away free food after biggest upset in march madness history. rob: not bad, pizza and soda on monday april 2nd, promise the deal if any 16th seed knocked
out a number one seed. julie: well, you guessed it. that's what happened, umb destroyed virginia on friday, but umbc miracle run was cut short last night by kansas state, but still. they are always going to cherish that. rob: that's unbelievable. julie: that's crazy. rob: 11 minutes after the hour president trump to unveil plan to stop the opioid crisis and could be death penalty for dealers. she joins us live with what she wants to hear from the president today. julie: caught off guard, new praise from south korea. >> ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever believes you should. rob: well, answering those she offended, hillary clinton's new
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experience campaign aides, strategists say that rumored candidates are preparing early hoping to get a jumpstart on what could be a very large field of candidates, jillian. julie: president trump heading to new hampshire today for the first time since taking office to unveil his plan to fight the opioid crisis. >> the only way to solve the drug problem is through toughness, catch a drug dealer, they don't even put him in jail, think of it, you kill one person, you get the death penalty in many states, these people are killing our kids and they are killing our families and we have to do something. jillian: the white house confirming death penalty on drug dealers, is this what we need? our next guest just introduced own bill to combat opioid use, congressman masrsha blackburn, tell us what's in your bill.
>> senator partman must have it in the senate and i have it in the house, this bill is on the work that we started, the year before last putting hundreds of millions of dollars, a billion new dollars into education, prevention, treatment, recovery, money to our first responders, money to put into veterans clinic, pregnant women, babies and trying to make certain that all the way through this system that we are getting the resources that are needed. this is a heartbreaking crisis and i will tell you, one death is heartbreaking but when you have death every 15 minutes, it really is a national tragedy. jillian: how important do you think it's important to be strong on penalties? >> it's imperative. that's why we have penalties for drug distributors and manufacturers because this is something where we are losing as
i said one life every 15 minutes and this is one of the reasons that's imperative for the president to be tough on this. jillian: well, he will be talking about this and we expect him in new hampshire to be talking about this. let's take a look some of the ways he plans to combat, starting by cutting supply of elicit drugs, securing the border, shutting down online sales and seize-related assets, doj will seek the death penalty as we mention against drug traffickers where it is appropriate, that's your thought on that? >> much of this is embodied in our bill and also in the 26 separate bills we will be taking in committee tomorrow and wednesday and the reason you need to stiffen the penalties and work with both the the prescription side and the elicit side is our law enforcement -- when i'm talking to law enforcement in tennessee, they tell me not only is it the pills but also heroin, meth, cocaine.
jillian: you're not just talking about one thing. >> all of it is flooding our streets, this is an issue that's gotten away from us and as a wife and a mother and a friend, when you talk with people whose families are being ravaged, they need to resources and this is one that has gotten away from us and i was talking with a drug court judge that i worked with back when i was in the state senate in tennessee and he said, marsha, this is different, putting the money for law enforcement and for medically-assisted treatment into our bill gets it to these vunls that are really fighting this and the president is doing this, the president is right to fix the death penalty, he is right to push to get these resources out there so we can get ahead of this and stop it. jillian: thank you very much for joining us congresswoman,
appreciate it, we will be watching today to see exactly what he has to say. rob: big problem, ladies, thank you so much. all right, 20 minutes after the hour, i don't have my clock anymore because we have a new studio, we are remodeling the old one, invitation lost in the mail, twitter hosting a q&a ahead of saturday's march for lives event but only antigun students were invited, wait until you progun students perfect response to that, also not a pretty picture here, jim carrie taking aim at sarah sanders, sparking online, stay tune
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president trump's voters. >> ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever believes you should. jillian: carley shimkus with fox news headlines 24/7 siriusxm 115 here with social media responding to her. >> good morning, after a week of widespread backlash and blaming her election loss on white women who thereon how their husbands are voting, hillary clinton took to facebook to apologize writing in part, trump's message was dark and backwards looking, i don't need to list the reasons but the foundation of his message make america great again suggests that to be great we have to go back to something we are no longer, i never accepted that and never will. i understand how some of what what i said upset people and can
be misinterpreted. no disrespect to any individuals or group and i want to look to the future as much as anybody. that apology being met with a whole lot more resistance, kelly on twitter says, when you're in a hole, it's probably good to stop digging. another twitter use -- writes, she always says this about about trump voters that she was misunderstood, no, she meant every word of what she said. there's been a lot of discussion about democrats who are distancing themselves from hillary clinton after making this comment. the latest illinois senator dick durbin who called her comments not helpful. rob: yeah, maybe the funniest person on the planet, at least at one time, jim carrie, comedian has come rather bizarre as he's gotten older, he's a bit of a bohemian artist. carley: quite dark. after tweeting the picture of a bloody student lying on american flag in response to the parkland
school shooting, he is under fire once again for tweeting another drawing, he post posted this with caption, this is a portrait of so-called christian whose only purpose in lie is to lie for the wicked monster, he did not name subject but many believe it's white house huckabee sanders, one twitter user says, they are accusing him of bullying including this twitter user, jim carrie is a bully and has no class and too much time on his hands. sarah sanders could care less what he does, she's awesome. people who like sanders don't like the drawing and like you said, rob, a lot of what he tweets now are the very dark politically inspired drawings that he's creating. rob: but we will never forget dumb and dumber. >> no.
jillian: the left is rushing into help after he was fired for breaking the law, are we suppose today feel sad that he's not getting full retirement at age 50? that debate is coming up next. rob: forget about smooth criminals, this one is quite clumsy, the suspect caught on camera getting stuck in a sliding glass door and it don't get much worse. it's 6 am. 40 million americans are waking up to a gillette shave. and at our factory in boston, more than a thousand workers are starting their day building on over a hundred years of heritage, craftsmanship and innovation. today we're bringing you america's number one shave at lower prices every day. putting money back in the pockets of millions of americans. as one of those workers, i'm proud to bring you gillette quality for less, because nobody can beat the men and women of gillette. gillette - the best a man can get.
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james, former fbi assistant director is calling out former agency, he says hillary clinton was protected by top officials throughout the investigation. >> i think we have ample facts revealed to us from the house that high-ranking people throughout the government, high-ranking people had a plot to not have hillary clinton, you know, indicted so that she could remain the flawed candidate that she was which in my view was stupidity and they also had -- and even this peter strzok guy talked about this, backup plan to basically frame donald trump. that's what's been going on, the whole thing in my view, it's total phoney. rob: still missing hillary clinton's 33,000 emails from her private server. jillian: president trump waiting for public response from north korea after accepting invitation
to meet face to face with kim jong un, invitation that shocked south korean officials. >> i think we were all quite surprised by -- by the -- the readiness of that decision. i think it was an extremely courageous decision on the part of president trump, we believe the north northan leader is taking stock. jillian: first time the u.s. president has met with north korean leader, the time and place of the meeting has not been announced. president trump may pull out of iran nuclear deal in months according to senator bob corker who said the deal likely won't survive past may. >> right now it doesn't feel that it's going to be extended. i think the president will likely move away from it unless european counterparts really come together on framework and it doesn't feel to me that they are. jillian: former u.s. special forces agrees not seeing a
future for the deal. >> the europeans are quibbling, the french are taking the lead and are willing to make some positive moves and the brits are kind of neutral, so all in all, no, they are not getting enough done and consequently in the absence of a signed deal with all three of them on board prior to that may 12th deadline, the deal is done. >> president trump has called the obama deal a disaster in the trump and has repeatedly threatened to leave it. >> okay, the president railing against reports that fired fbi deputy director andrew mccabe, took notes of their conversations, the president saying he never saw mccabe write down any messages calling them fake memos in a tweet, the question this morning is why are democrats rushing to defend mccabe, the man at the center of a corrupt investigation, here now to debate that is liberal political commentator wendy and former press secretary for house republican whip roy blunt, amy,
wendy, i want to start with you, it's peculiar that there is this rush to help andrew mccabe in this situation, you have the office, ofciónal responsibility at the fbi which is made of career-fbi agents that made the decision to tell jeff sessions, hey, i think you should fire and drew mccabe, i don't understand and a lot of people don't understand why there's such sympathy for him from the left? >> yeah, i think that's a good point and opr has came up and said based on investigation he should be fire. it's important to note here to fire from 26 hours of retirement is not only mean spirited but rudely and vengeance, it's not a matter of opinion but a matter of fact and we can see both sides of the aisle whether or not he should be fired. we see on the other side, rubio saying that he wouldn't have
done it that way. that's a matter of opinion. but what we have to understand here is that whether or not it is political, that's a whole other conversation and based on how the president coronetted to attack mccabe through twitter you can say that it was rooted in a political call action. rob: it did come off as rather cruel although it might have been the end result anyway. when mccabe came out with the statement and basically tried to make it sound like it was another trump assault on the fbi, that was rather fascinating considering like we just said that the fbi are the ones who recommended that mccabe be fired, what did you make of that statement? >> you know, i think if you look at that statement and if you look at the actual topic of the pension, think about it, he's about to make more money with the book advance than he ever would with this pension, i think you are seeing democrats and academia lining up to help him out to get him through the spot. continue to pay attention to this because, i think, you will see, hey, he can have a media
contributor slot in a week or two, i think this is way bigger than the pension conversation. rob: let's go back, wendy, do you think that there's -- does he have credibility at this point, does andrew mccabe have credibility, it almost sounds like a conspiracy theory, a wild conspiracy theory, an assault on the fbi, i don't know how he gets there from what we know, where does he make that kind of accusation, how does he get to that? >> well, i think it's important that we all wait to make judgment until we see the inspector general's report because that's what's going underscore what happened and what they saw to make this decision, but again, i think what's really important here as far as mccabe is concerned, whether he does get media contributorship or book deal, we have to make sure that our democracy is not one that's been torn apart, so we want to know that, you know, if you have a public servant, intelligence officer, we are not painting you with a broad brush but if you did some sort of indiscretion,
maybe you should be let go, but again, this is not to say that all individuals in the fbi or the cia for that matter are bad people, no, these are life-long career servants and deserve to be treated with respect. rob: a number of democrats rushed into offer mccabe some sort of a job trying to help him get that pension, should we be trying to help somebody get a pension when his colleagues at the fbi have -- have said that they think he should be fired? >> if you look at this, this has turned into political talking point and run in the news cycle for the day and a half, of course, they are lining up to offer positions. the more this stays in the news, they talk about how close he was for the pension, we will continue to talk about it another two or three days in the news cycle. rob: probably true, guys, thank you so much for coming on this morning. >> thank you. jillian: turning now to extreme weather, parts of southern california bracing for more
devastating mud slides. rob: that's right, two storms expect today hit this week, bringing up to an inch of rain an hour in some areas. jillian: senior meteorologist janice dean is live with more of what's to come, hey, janice. janice: you didn't talk about the potential for snow in the northeast, are you ignoring it altogether? rob: we will let you do it. janice: okay. let's take a look at at it, you can see where it's cold enough for snow across the northern here and we have warm unstable air across the southeast leading to potential of tornadoes, really the worst potential outbreak that we've had since the beginning of the year, so let's take a look at it, we have the radar, we have the instability, we have the moisture, we have the sheer and upper levels of atmosphere and the severe threat including large hail and damaging winds and even large destruction tornadoes in the area that you see in orange, all of those ingredients will come together for the potential of maybe severe weather outbreak, all of the areas in green, yellow and
orange, you need to be outlook for and then my friends, two areas of low pressure coming across the mid atlantic tuesday and wednesday, the potential per big snow totals across areas west of dc, towards philly and new york on wednesday, here is one computer models just to let people know they have to be on alert, we will be tracking it. yesterday this time it was showing the storm offshore and not a big deal, now we are thinking more of on shore problem with more winter and tomorrow is the first day of spring. jillian: it doesn't feel like it. [laughter] rob: you will have to adjust fist day of spring, rarely nice on january 21st. jillian: sanctuary showdown on california city now bighting against liberal state's open border policies, our next guest legal expert calls it bold move, why she say it is fed could soon get an ally. rob: james comey's book not out yet but topping the best-seller's list, cryptic
jillian: good morning and welcome back, southern california city is voting today on whether or not they will exempt themselves from the liberal state's new sanctuary law. rob: law went into effect january 1st, limits cooperation between law enforcement and federal immigration authorities which, of course, defy it is federal government, here to weigh in attorney in california rnc committee woman harmith, thank you so much for coming on this morning, we do appreciate it. outside of los angeles, california, kind of la, bold move that they are making, tell us about it.
>> so lose alomitos outside of orange county, basically the premise of this is that all of these members of the city council believe that because they sworn oath to the united states constitution and the laws and federal law is supreme on immigration issues as many courts have ruled that it's natural for them to say that they have to honor federal law and they cannot be put in the position by the state of california of defying federal law in favor of this lawless open border sanctuary state policy. jillian: jeff sessions spoke about this and has been pretty outspoken about this as president trump, jeff sessions was out there earlier this month, earlier in march in california talking about sanctuary cities, let's hear from him. >> as attorney general, i have been shocked, really, by the actions of certain judges and courts that we've dealt with who
failing to respect the constitutional responsibilities of the executive and the legislative branches. these branches are coequal, the court is not superior. jillian: do you think that lose -- los alomitos has a chance and others will follow? >> the reason the city is taking the position is that one of the parts of the sanctuary rules is that employers in the district are not allowed to cooperate with ice agents in giving information about employees and this is a city where there are a lot of federal contractors, government contractors, subcontractors who actually have an obligation under those contracts to answer questions from the federal government regarding their employees, so i suspect if this resolution or ordinance passes tonight, the next step is likely to be sort of action from the attorney general of california and i suspect the city is likely to get the support of certainly other cities and jurisdictions here in california as well as
perhaps the federal government, so it is sort of setting up a showdown, i don't expect anything to change legally to change overnight? rob: okay, highly politicized deal in california, sanctuary city debate rolls on, thank you so much for coming on in this morning. >> my pleasure. rob: some of the president's biggest critics throwing full support behind antisemitic leader louis farrakhan. >> when they have a guy who calls hitler a great man and who by definition is antisemite and eight democrats who have ties with them, they are silent. rob: bizarre story and the rally today that suddenly has democrats scrambling to distance themselves from this controversial leader of the nation of islam. jillian: first let's check in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends". good morning, steve. >> good morning, rob, good morning, jillian, good morning, america, our first guest today
is jonathan, you know him the legal professor from washington, d.c., he's going to be talking about whether or not former fbi director james comey purjured himself and we will talk about how the president is conducting opioid summit. john bolton, former ambassador to united nations, what's next for mike pompeo, and the vice president's wife, karen pence, she and her daughter have a beautiful new book, marilyn, a day in the life of the vice president, that's their house and that's their bunny, rob and jillian, right there on the cover. that's the pence bunny. jillian: i like it. steve: it's a beautiful book. rob: looks great. steve: it is, full three hours starting in about 12 minutes right here in the channel that everybody is trusting for good morning news.
julie: good monday morning, twitter hosting live question and answer session with survivors and activists of the parkland school shooting, however, only students who push antigun message appear to have been invited. progun student and activist kyle tweeting that he wasn't invited despite being a survivor. this just days before saturday's march for our lives event. twitter has now offered to host a separate live stream. rob: james comey's book moves to number one spot on amazon even though official release isn't nil april 17th, about a month away, the book called a higher loyalty, truth lies and leadership, climbing from number 15 to number one spot after the
former fbi director sent out this tweet to the president indirectly referring to his book this after president trump slammed comey after the firing of former deputy director of the fbi andrew mccabe. so little spat there. jillian: the left choosing not to condemn a man known for racist views, instead they are showing support for faith leader louis farrakhan. >> todd pirro is joining us. >> instead of condemning, al sharpton and several groups, black lives matter and action network are holding a protest in the nation's capital defending a man who said this. >> if the jews don't like farrakhan, so they call me hitler, well, that's a good name, hitler was a very great man. your country has been taken from
you by the synagogue of faith. because you see white people deserve to die. white folks are going down. >> in just a few hours supporters of louis farrakhan will protest rakita, many democrats from former president obama to leader of the women's march, the -- tamika and includes keith ellison, said he has not spoken to farrakhan despite claims that the congressman saw him more recently. >> the democrats are media elites and preach to us about tolerance and peace and that when they have a guy who calls hitler a great man who is by every definition an antisemite and there's eight democrats who have at least who have ties with him, they are silent and that's
why i support president trump and everything he's doing. >> as for this morning's rally, protestors say they will go office to office targeting gop reps especially congressman rakita who you heard from in the sound bite just then. rob: yeah. jillian: t oranges dd, we are use today giving us news updates here in the morning on the weekends, whenever, but you have another hobby. [laughter] rob: yeah. jillian: yesterday. >> this is yesterday. >> that's no joke, my toes were frozen there. [laughter] rob: you have to plunge? >> i actually -- [laughter] >> 28-degrees, a dip that you took in order to raise money to local food pantry, watch.
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rob: welcome back. time for the good, the bad and the ugly. first the good. a chick-fil-a employee in lubbock, texas takes customer appreciation to all new level $3 and change after he left it at the driveway. >> i recall certain people well not just because of my job but who i am. >> what a great american. >> the two taking a selfie celebrating new friendshipville jill nice. next the bad. forget about the smooth. clumsy. getting stuck on a sliding glass doing while allegedly breaking into australian mall. he escalator sliding down the railing. he manages to make it out. police are looking for him. rob: finally the ugly.
nobody laughs when two funny cars explode while at the same time on the drag strip. >> couple of champions side by side. taken. double body blow. rob: that's dangerous. both drivers though are okay. jillian: thanks for watching. >> urged to stay inside until daylight after a fourth explosion rocks an austin neighborhood overnight. >> we are working under the belief that this is related to the other bombing incidents that have occurred in our community. >> the president set off a firestorm of speculation that mueller's firing was imminent naming him for the first time in a tweet sunday. >> mueller is there to show collusion between russia and trump. there is none so far so why not end it. >> meanwhile a debate over attorney general jeff sessions firing of andrew mccabe played out over the weekend. >> andy mccabe has undercut his credibility all by