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mri this morning, we will see if he tees off this morning. rob: jack nicklaus grandson hits a hole in one "fox & friends" starts now. >> executive order deploying the to the border. >> current security and immigration law fail the american people. border security is national security. >> city council still in he is con did dough, california voted to support the lawsuit filed by the department of filed by the department of justice against the state of california's. >> giving illegal criminals more right than our citizens is illegal, it's immoral, it's insane. and, yes. it's unconstitutional. >> house committee chairman devin nunes demanding that the fbi and the doj hand over the key documents about the opening of the russia investigation. >> china announced tough new tariffs on u.s. exports.
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>> trump is really the first president to fight back and to put a shot across the bough. >> practice swing. come on, come on. >> going, going, going, yes. ♪ ♪ ♪ i want something just like this. steve: start with chain smokers on this thursday. good morning, everyone. welcome to the mezzanine level of "fox & friends." cable's number one morning news show because we have a couch. ainsley: welcome back. tail end of the week. it's thursday. brian: president not getting full funding for his border
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wall. he has a plan b. he implemented it beginning as early as today. that is sending to the national guard to the border and being the wall that the wall will not actually -- since a wall went be there, we have national guard to do it. border states that have stepped up. arizona is in. texas is in. new mexico is in. that leaves. ainsley: california. brian: and they're thinking about it. steve: i don't know if they are or not. jerry brown, no official response. keep in mind 2014, when texas did send in the national guard to stop the illegals, jerry brown said no, not interested. while we are waiting to hear from jerry brown, governor moon beam as the president referred to him in the last week or. so we have heard from the great state of oregon, kate brown, a democrat, says she will not send any of her national guardsmen to guard our southern border. she said if real donald trump asks me to deploy oregon national guard troops to the -- the commanders of oregon's guard.
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i'm deeply troubled by trump's plan to militarize our border. brian: president obama's plan 1200. was she upset with president bush's plan 6,000. responded to the previous president when asked to the border. that is in the best interest of the american citizens. the question is it cost prohibitive? it's $450 million it cost president bush's administration. i'm not sure what the cost will be here. ainsley: defense department, homeland security and the governors are going to have to work together, kirstjen nielsen who the homeland security secretary to governor brown, the female governor brown, she had a message to everyone who is questioning whether or not we need the law. she says they know the tricks down in central america. they know the tricks in mexico to get over our border. they know about catch and release. she says they are even exploiting our system, by telling families, illegals down there that plan to come to the u.s. take a child with you. you have a better chance going across the border if
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you have a little one. they will feel sorry for you and you can get asylum. she also said this. >> our current border security and immigration laws fail the american people. the system rewards bad behavior. it does not punish law breakers. unfortunately, time and time again, congress has failed to act. we will not allow illegal immigration levels to become the norm. violating our sovereignty as a nation will never be acceptable to this president. steve: look, it could be very useful, experts say, in stopping drug smuggling in the declaration from the white house yesterday, that's one of the things the president talked about the poison of drugs coming into our nation. also, for some odd reason and we are going to talk to secretary nielsen about this when she comes up on this program at 8:30. program at 8:30. for some reason, during the month of march, the border patrol realized that 37% more people were coming into the country illegally than the month before. what's going on with that?
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don't know. nonetheless, it does make the case for the president that something should be done to stop the waive of people coming into the country. brian: pointing out, too, it is trending down ward, a thousand a day, 300,000 a year, that's not acceptable. already have 12 million illegal here. when does it stop. steve: up 40% in one month is bad. ainsley: you remember months ago when we were talking about california becoming sanctuary state. that's been going on for more than months. i remember, brian, you are saying there are a lot of people in that state more so say they don't want to be a part of this either. that happened yesterday. escondido city council. voted 4 to 1 to join president trump -- the president and his administration in their lawsuit against california. brian: very emotional. griff jenkins did great time
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doing on the spot reporting last night nor shannon. the vote come in. as expected, count me out, governor brown. here is illegal immigrant making some of the public comments. here is an example. >> i speak to you as an immigrant myself. i came to this country 45 years ago with me and my mother. okay. 45 years ago we were not offered sanctuary. we were not offered easier, softer way. okay. we were told you have to be an american citizen and here's what you have to do and we did it. we worked hard. and we put in our time. okay. and now i now have a piece of paper hanging on my wall called a naturalization certificate that says i am a proud united states american citizen. and if i can do it, every single person that's a dreamer in this room can do it. every person that's undocumented in this room, they can do it, too. brian: i worked in san diego for a while. that is not a bassian of liberalism. there are some but there is a mix.
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to think that governor jerry brown what to think you should go along with me. the backlash is going to continue. ainsley: that is san diego county agreed to do. this the mayor was interviewed. he said he was elected to uphold the constitution and keep his citizens safe. that's why he supported it. steve: indeed. the problem is since 2009, escondido cooperating with ice despite some people in california not. then in january when senate bill 54 went into effect essentially it said they had to stop cooperating. think had no relationship. this a step forward. what they are going to do is they are going to file suit in coordination with the department of justice as early as tomorrow. ainsley: griff jenkins has done family noal reports on this. he interviewed people from both sides. that he was coming up. we will show you the people who are for it and the people who are against it that's coming up in about 20 minutes. brian: i wonder if he will wear the same thing he wore
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last night. ainsley: i doubt it he will changed. steve: devin nunes who leads hes up the select committee on intel has given the department of justice a deadline. unless you give me the documents we asked for last year by april 11th, there is essentially what they want to do is see the unredacted materials that went into figuring out how exactly the fbi started spying on carter page and ultimately the trump people. brian: originally it was october. i have got to find out what carter page is doing. is he so vital to america's security. joe,. steve: did did idegenevois. >> rod rosenstein single handedly has taken away from the sitting president of the united states 16 months of his presidency by his
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incompetent and fearful conduct. you know why rod rosenstein appointed mueller? he didn't want to make the tough decisions you have to make if you were supervising a case being run by a united states attorney like huber. rod rosenstein is a coward. he a disgrace to the department of justice. it's a shame. >> and you can't fire him. >> it's a shame the president cannot fire him because of the political consequences. steve: they would also like the unredacted fisa warrants to figure out what went on. apparently a couple weeks ago a congressional liaison told the committee that they would not give them the unredacted materials. there is too much sensitive stuff. devin nunes is saying i know it's not highly secret. so can you release it because also people in the department of justice and the fbi have been leaking to the press, so we can see it unless we got it by april the 11th, you're going to be in trouble. brian: the chairman of the oversight can't get it, who can get it. ainsley: take legal action if he doesn't get it he has been requesting this more than a year.
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last august he started requesting this. and they sent him a redacted version. he ratified through it he said this is not giving me any information. i want to find out who is behind this, what the details are why they spied on the trump campaign at the time. he keeps requesting it. he has gone to christopher wray, rod rosenstein. they either don't respond or give it back to him highly redacted. he said i want to seat information. i have every right to. steve: the reason they are not releasing it because it makes the fbi look bad. ainsley: why are they covering it up though? steve: good question. let's see if this works. brian: talk about working. jillian is working. jillian: i'm working like the rest of you, we are all here and working. let's get you caught up on headlines starting with a fox news alert. u.s. air birds thunder bird pilot is dead after crashing outside of las vegas. the identity of that pilot is still unknown.
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third aviation military crash in 24 hours. on the same day in gentleman beauty a military jet crash crashed shortly after takeoff. pilot ejected safely. deadly shooting in california. nasa seem did not seem to be -- embattled e.p.a. administrator scott pruitt facing off with our own ed henry defending himself controversial pay raises for friends after the white house refused to sign off on them. >> should somebody have been fired for that. >> it should not have been done. >> who did it. >> they should have not done that. >> a career person or a political person. >> i don't know. >> the agency, president trump said he would drain the swamp. >> is draining the swamp renting an apartment from the wife of a washington
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lobbyist? lobbyist? >> i don't think that that's even remotely fair to ask that question. it was a mistake from my team. ed: do you take responsibility? >> i'm fixing it. ed: do you take responsibility? >> i'm fixing the problem. jillian: pruitt has faced questions about frequent first class travel. >> the masters tees off in augusta, georgia today and all eyes will be on on the grandson of tiger woods. grandson of jack nicklaus stealing the show. watch. >> come on, come on. come on. come on. >> go in, go in. >> yes, yes. yes. jillian: so awesome. gary nicklaus jr. hitting first career hole in one during the par three tournament while caddying for grand father jack nicklaus brought to tears saying it was one of his most special days on the course. that is incredible. i don't know if you saw the celebration from tony, the golfer yesterday when he dislocated his ankle.
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oh my gosh, so crazy. steve: what a day in augusta. break out the pa pimento cheese sandwiches. a 1.50. brian: back pedaling, dislocated it and put it back in himself. jillian: supposed to get an mri this morning. ainsley: we will show you video of it coming up. steve: despite fears of a trade war stocks in the united states soaring and jobs booming as well. why isn't president trump getting more credit for makinmaking economy great again? ainsley: one gun owner makes a passioned plea to city council to take a stand. >> when are you all going to start standing up for the majority. here is hot majority is. i'm the majority.
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brian: all right. you have a wild day on wall street. you saw the way the stocks started and then you see it rally finishing up over 400 points. more good news for the economy. the adp released march job reports. instead of 185,000 jobs they have 245,000 jobs. almost all indicators show the economy is going well. is the credit deserving and coming to donald trump? here to break it down is the financial analyst herself, heather zumeraga.
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do these numbers impress you. >> they do, brian. the adp report reporting 241,000 jobs which was more than expected and we get the bureau of labor statistics report out tomorrow showing march jobs should also continue on that five week trend higher, above 200,000 i'm expecting. analysted were you expecting 185, but i think after the adp report, we're going to see another 200,000 jobs created in march, brian. brian: have you these things where the next generation feels for the first time in a long time that they are going to be more economically prosperous than their parents. people, the fear indexz has dropped significantly. in the big picture when those things happen, the president usually gets credit from the media. it's not there. however, his poll ratings are going up. on the average, he is around 42, 44, on rasmussen he is over 51. are the people ignoring the media? >> no. i do think that some of the media is ignoring the
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message that the economy is improving. i mean the jobs data is off the charts. unemployment is very low. wage growth is picking up, brian. amidst all of the other, i guess, scandalous tweets coming out and headlines, people need to know that the economy is doing very well, regardless of if you are in favor of trump's policies or not. and that's what's important. brian: two other things have happened this week. number one the ongoing series of tweets ripping at amazon. i think five in all. and the president coming flat out and saying listen i have a problem with china and trade imbalance as well as the theft of intellectual property. i am going to do what i said i was going to do in the 1980s on phil don donahue. we are not in a war with china. now we have a trade deficit of 500 billion with intellectual property theft of another 300. we cannot let this continue. so he is putting it out
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there. there. china has responded. china has responded. the markets panicked. then larry kudlow starts earning his paycheck, saying calm down. this is necessary. >> on your programming on fox business, yes. brian: it sent a message. the market reacted right on point. >> yes. there is a stunning market turn around yesterday about 700 points, a 3% swing after national economic council larry kudlow on fox business said there may be a pot of gold at the end of the chinese tariff talks. really they probably may not be implemented in the end. this is just a negotiating bargaining chip to brings china to the table. against unfair and illegal trading practices. that have gone on for many years, brian. so that's what president trump is trying to do. so that's what president he is trying to level the playing field and bring back the manufacturing sector in the u.s. brian: he is trying to keep bring anbrickand mortar, like ap it straight. we will see where it goes. thank you so much.
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>> thank you. brian: another exciting week. coming up straight ahead, thought the facebook scandal couldn't get any worse it just did. slamming roseanne reboot calling her the mouth piece for the president. is he the guy we called meat head? before it starts for all-day, all-night protection. can you imagine 24 hours without heartburn?
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people and five entities for cyber attacks. steve? steve: thank you, ainsley. the roseanne sitcom reboot is taking america by storm capturing the attention of tens of millions of viewers. rob reiner who once upon the time sitcom star not impressed. slammed the show's star roseanne as a mouthpiece for potus. >> you have fox news and sinclaire and breitbart and info wars. and all of this, which used to be considered and thought of as the, you know, the lunatic fringe, if you will, have now become mainstream media. you have the star of the show essentially outside the show trumping all of the things that donald trump stands for. steve: okay. so why are some hollywood elites getting things wrong about why americans are watching roseanne? joining us right now for a debate, we have democratic
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strategist antoine seawright. thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. steve: chris, because you are out in hollywood, you get to start first. why are some of hollywood liberals like rob reiner in total melt down moted mode over the fact that a lot of americans like the roseanne show? >> the reality is, people are tired of the same nonsense in government. president trump has given people certainly outside the box idea for change. look, as much as hollywood celebrities do that totally disrespects the president and obviously government. it's time for a voice that is ready to step up and that is open to giving people a real perspective. most americans -- the reality is many americans, i should say, want change. they are tired and they want more money in their pockets. they want less government control and look roseanne show was not afraid to tell the truth what people are talking about at dinner tables, at home and out and about on the streets. that's what this is about. have you celebrities who i don't even want to give the
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credence on air who disrespect the president by saying very outlandish comments and outlandish things and conversations. steve: antwon, what do you think? keep in mind, i don't know how many sitcoms are on television right now. this is the only one that even approaches donald trump's point of view. it's not 100 percent donald trump. it's a fair and balanced hybrid. >> i don't think this is about hollywood vs. trump. i don't think this is about liberal vs. conservatives. i think most people realize we are at a battle for the soul of this nation. and a lot of regards, things are just not normal from the divisive right wing red meat rhetoric that comes from the white house. and some of the supporters of the president to some of the actions this president hats taken. i think most people would agree, whether you are democrat, republican, black or white, rich or poor, things are not normal. people who have a platform, whether they are hollywood, whether they are an athlete or coach or whether they are just an ordinary citizen who happens to have a following, they -- we cannot sit back
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and act as if things are okay with some of the things we see in our country. steve: chris, you know, i have watched all three of the roseanne shows, and, for instance, this last one that aired on tuesday night didn't even mention donald trump. and it was all about parental responsibility, which was something you don't normally see on a sitcom on abc to that degree. but don't you think one of the reasons 25 million people tuned in the first night on the first show last week was because finally a lot of christians and middle class and even conservatives suddenly had a heroin on tuition that talk like they do. >> hollywood is trying to dictate the soul of america. >> that's not true. >> that is the entire problem. americans want change. roseanne -- and you are completely wrong, steve. this is not about just president trump. it's about having -- getting america back to values. back to moving forward as a
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country and togetherness. >> which is the rhetoric we have seen from the white house? that's how we do that? steve, let's just be honest, if you take donald trump's presidency and compare it to any other president in modern history, you would have to agree with me, whether you like him or not, this is just not normal. it's not normal for a president. steve: is he a disrupter, no doubt about it. >> we can't give him a pass because it's not business as usual. steve: what do you mean we can't give him a pass? >> people saying it's just trump, this is how he is. he is not a normal politician. >> antwon, but the reality is. this let me tell you what he has done and what others have not done. he has put $24,000 of income in the pockets of married couples. >> you are referring to the tax scam that he pushed a few months ago? steve: chris? >> the reality is he is taking steps and initiatives to getting things done in america. is he working to secure our borders as he is supposed to
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do. working to give america a more stronger and prosperous nation. steve: guys, you are talking about donald trump. we are really talking about roseanne. outrage, one tv show on network television that is slightly pro-trump. >> keep in mind this president is the very same president. receive steve we are talking about roseanne. >> he will attack any show that is anti-trump or gives off any idea that they are going to hold him accountable for some of the things that he say and roseanne doesn't do that and so he is singing her praises because she is to the contrary. steve: good enough. good debate. chris and antwon, thanks for joining us on this thursday morning. >> thanks. steve: what do you think in tv land, let us know. email us at friends@foxnews.com or tweet us or facebook us. parents outraged after second graders are given a handout on white privilege. is this what you want your child learning in elementary school? question mark? and one proud gun owner makes a passionate plea to his city council to take a
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ainsley: another california city turning on its own state, fighting its sanctuary law. the city of escondido voting to file a legal brief voting
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to support the president's lawsuit against the state of california after a fiery city council meeting. griff jenkins arrived there just in time for the vote to get the interviews to represent the emotion from escondido, california, the man who needs no sleep and two outfits, griff jenkins, tell us what happened. >> good morning, guys. it was heated. a lot of name-calling, the meeting went on for three hours. more than 60 members of the community from both sides got up and voiced their opinions. there was even a rally before the contentious meeting. here is how it all went down. >> they can no longer divide us because we have been fighting for way too long. >> when you crossed our border, you became illegal and you became a criminal. >> by deporting my family, is that the reward i get for my hard work? we are talking about tearing families apart. this is a very real thing it? >> breaks my heart to see all the hatred in the room.
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the mainstream media is at fault because they demonize anyone who is against any type of immigration. >> if you want to be an american, you must come to the country legally. >> there is nothing in the constitution that says that one rogue state can make policies that affect the whole nation. >> i like jerry brown. i wish he was our president. >> what we really need to do or perhaps washington and the state leadership needs to do is sit down and have thoughtful discussions about what is the right solution? what's not only legal but what's also compassionate. >> i came to this country 45 years ago with me and my mother, okay. 45 years ago we were not offered sanctuary. we were not offered an easier, softer way, okay? we were told you have to be an american citizen and here's what you have to do, and we did it. >> please vote and support of the motion. >> four yes votes. [cheers] >> this is the right thing to do. i was elected mayor to keep the constitution to uphold
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the constitution and to keep our community safe. i am committed to do that. and that's what the council did today. >> so 4 to 1, the ultimate vote count escondido, the first city in san diego county to join the fight back against the sanctuary laws here in california. look at this map. you can see there is a half a dozen or so more cities looking to follow escondido and escondido followed orange county last week in huntington beach on monday. there is a vote and san diego board of supervisors on april 17th to see if they will, indeed, follow escondido and take action. bottom line, guys, a major backlash against the sanctuary laws here that many say tie the hand of law enforcement, shutting down communication between local law enforcement and federal officials like ice. brian: hey, griff, do you think the governor has been caught by surprise by some of this backlash? did he think he was just going it do this and everyone was going to march
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in line? >> that's a great question, brian. i would gets, i would love to talk to him about it, i to talk to him about it, i would guess the answer is yes. you look at diverse county like san diego county about 30 miles ago. vista raised a lot of controversy they voted to become a sanctuary city. 430 miles north of them you have escondido voting to join the trump lawsuit. i'm guessing even though there are certain conservative pockets of california, this is much larger than he and attorney general basar ba becerra expect. ainsley: i feel at this point it's about safety. steve: you are right about that. griff, we thank you very much about that. meanwhile it was all about safety in greensboro, north carolina, in the wake of what happened down at the high school in parkland, florida. they were talking about whether or not the city should cancel their long running greensboro gun and knife show.
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ainsley: unbelievable. cancel the gun and knife show. steve: there was a fellow who stood up and we're trying to get him on the show for tomorrow because he was so powerful. he said he speaks for the majority of people there. his name is mark robinson. and you have got to hear his take on our right to have and hold guns. listen to this. >> a whole lot of people in here tonight talking about this group and that group and domestic violence and these minorities and that minority. what i want to know is when are you all going to start standing up for the majority? and here's hot majority is? i'm the majority. i'm a law abiding citizen who has never shot anybody. it seems like every time we have one of these shootings, nobody wants to blame -- put the blame where it goes which is at the shooter's feet. you want to put it at my feet. it does not make any sense. the law abiding citizens of this community and many communities around this country, we're the first one taxed and the last ones
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considered and first ones punished when things like this happen. ainsley: good for him. he said you want to take away my rights, you want to take away my guns, you want to restrict my guns, the bloods and crypts are still coming into my house. they are still breaking. in they still have their guns. they are not giving theirs up. i'm the majority. the second amendment was written for everyone and i am everyone. brian: look at the youtube situation. the woman ends up shooting up youtube and killing herself. she is a vegan, pro-peta, she had a licensed gun to use, and, again, she was telling everybody her family knew that she was going to be trouble. so everyone was quiet about that. steve: just one other thing that mr. robinson said. he said i'm going to continue to come down to city hall and raise hell like, quote, the looneys from the left until you listen to the majority of the people in the city, i am the majority. we are trying to get him on the show for tomorrow so he can explain his point of view. ainsley: what's happening in california? what's happening there in
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north carolina, we even saw it in the election. there is a tipping point. you get pushed in the corner so long you finally get sick of it. you have to stand up for yourself. that's what he is doing. is he fighting back. brian: speaking of standing up that's how jillian chooses to do the news. jillian: brian won't let me sit. no chairs. the cambridge analytica scandal may have reached millions more users than initially reported. the social media giant now saying the firm may have improperly accessed up to 87 million profiles. not the originally reported 50 million. and it gets worse. facebook now confirming it scans links and messages on messenger app. for inappropriate content and sometimes reads messages mark zuckerberg will testify before committees next week. remember the woman seen flipping the bird at president trump's motorcade in virginia. went viral in november. now she is suing former employer for unlawful.
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she was fired from marketing job at government contracting firm for violating their social media policy. she wants the company to pay additional severance and legal fees and calls what happened to her unamerican. an outraged parent speaking out after her second grader comes home with a paper explaining white privilege. the mother in north carolina says it explains white representation in society and lists examples of privilege. >> my son comes home to me and asked me mommy are while the people better than me? he is 8 years old. what does he need to know about racism or white privilege? ainsley: information sent home by the school's epa and ptd not taught in the son's classroom. you are sitting down. brian: i feel guilty. everybody is privileged. not a citizen, no problem. thousands of illegal immigrant are scoring drivers licenses in one state. can you guess what state that is? ainsley: plus, president
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persuade them why they shouldn't. steve: is he not target. >> is he not a target it could change depending on what evidence comes to them a subject is somebody who is the topic of an ongoing criminal investigation that has not yet ended. as much as i want the president to be able to be president and not have this on his back, i encourage him not to relax and not to rejoice. they are still pursuing things. there is a theory that this statement was made by bob mueller in an off handed way so that people like the rest of us would talk about it and the president will have a false sense of security in going into the interview. don't worry, you are not a target, just come and talk to you. stay away from that, mr. president. that interview environment is extremely dangerous. if he is the subject and not yet a target and they want him to become a target, they are going to ask him questions. the answers to which will move him into that target category. brian: they are looking at two ole garks. one of which was stopped
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when he landed in new york. >> yes. brian: they wanted to talk to him. they searched him. they asked to search for his electronics, his phone. wow. are they allowed to do that? >> that's hard ball, brian. that means they went to a federal judge and explained to the federal judge the type of work i used to do, i was a state judge, why they needed a search warrant. they can't stop somebody even though he is russian and not american, they still need a search warrant to stop him in the united states. is he lawfully here and to look at his electronic equipment with him his ipad, his iphone. et cetera. what they told that federal judge is the reason they needed to stop this guy. they are on to something with respect to russia and three things they are looking at. so-called collusion really conspiracy. an agreement to accept something from the russians. even if never delivered, the agreement is the crime. they are also looking at obstruction of justice was
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james comey fired for law enforcement purpose or a corruption purpose? then they are looking at financial misdeeds, alleged financial misdeeds committed by mr. donald trump and the year before he was president. this conspiracy thing with the russians has been fueled up since rick gates pleaded guilty and has become their source for who in russian intelligence was communicating with the campaign. steve: judge, what did you make of these news reports that apparently there is word that he could, he, mr. mueller, might wrap things up by june? >> i don't think so. it depends on manafort there was a report yesterday that manafort's lawyers were negotiating with mueller's lawyers that would be unbelievable. probably bad for the president, god knows what manafort would offer to give them in order to resolve a plea in his case. i don't think it's over by june. i think it goes into 2019. ainsley: looking at his financial records before he was president, what are they
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looking for, whether he did business with russia? >> yes. they are looking at relations with russian ole garks who today are the subject of sanctions and they're looking at representations made to his principle lerchesd which is deutsch bank. they not only have trump organization, they have deutsch bank. it was his go to lender when he was doing all the development in new york city. brian: if they tried to indict the president on how he bought a scottish golf course or a new jersey casino, there is going to be a divide in this country like we have never seen before. >> i could not agree with you more. i could not agree with you more, brian. it would be so beyond the pail, in fact, the scottish golf course is beyond the statute of limb gation stations. i don't think he has to worry about that one. steve: judge, thank you for joining us. ainsley: who would want to run now? steve: i never bought a scottish golf course.
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there are not a lot of senators charged with manslaughter that go on to be president. >> what do we do to help the senator? >> we tell the truth. or at least our version of it. steve: well, the true story of how one accident ultimately changed the course of presidential politics hits the big screen tomorrow. ainsley: senior vice president of marketing michael tammero is behind the scenes look at chappaquiddick. i hear it is fantastic. >> fantastic, guys.
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you think you know this story. i recently caught up with the cast that probably told me about one of the biggest coverups of the 20th century. let's take a look. >> everybody, raise your glasses to the senator. >> it's ted kennedy in the white house in '72. [cheers] [screams] >> to this day chappaquiddick rerains one of the biggest coverups. we sat down with the cast to see how much they knew about what went on behind the scenes that fateful night. >> i knew a lot of elements of it. i would say -- i mean, i'm an irish catholic american, so you knowing about the kennedys is pretty important. >> what the hell happened to you. >> i'm not going to be president. >> chappaquiddick was the classic example of entitled, empowered people covering things up. >> he has got to look sympathetic. >> we tell the truth, or at least our version of it.
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and it ends with an appeal to the voters, to the people that elected me. >> i waiver in between saying chappaquiddick would never happen in this day and age, meaning the coverup, and then i'm like, you know what? i don't know. >> i think you need to watch films and learn stories like this and educate yourself to work out where we are and why we are. there is a lot to learn. >> get the inside story when chappaquiddick hits theaters this friday. >> oh my god, what have i done? steve: it is so realistic. >> there was a lot -- i didn't know it was set against the back drop of the apollo moon landing. steve: same week. >> there is a great line in this movie where ted kennedy says we're going to tell the truth or at least our version of it beginning of fake news. first use of fake news. ainsley: a lot of them weren't around and don't know about this story. >> a lot of them don't know
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going to be a subpoena. >> rob reiner slamming roseanne's beboot calling her a mouthpiece for the president. >> the star of the show essentially outside the show trurenting all of the things that donald trump stands for. >> practice swing. you only need to swing. come on. on come on. go in, go in. yes, yeah! ♪ take me away ♪ a secret place ♪ a sweet escape ♪ take me away brian: what's the big deal a hole? one at the masters? we have to celebrate? steve: it didn't even count. not actually in the tournament. is he jack nic lazarus'. brian: grandson. ainsley: how did he get to do it? just a practice round and he said i want to try it? >> family day. brian: today is the real day. it's the beginning of what could be one of the most
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remarkable stories in sports. 42-year-old tiger woods, 12 to 1 odds to win the masters, only four other players are 10 to 1. the people who put their money on the line saying is he playing that well. ainsley: one guy hits the hole in one. is he celebrating. we will show it to you coming up. is he running toward the ball once he makes it in the ball he twists his ankle. it comes out of socket. it looks painful but it was so excited. brian: hope he has insurance. steve: we all do indeed. let's talk about this. the president of the united states has made it very clear the reason is he president is he ran on a platform where he was going to secure our southern border. well, congress did not give him enough money to build his wall. so, given the fact that in the last month the number of illegal border crossing 40%, the president of the united states is ordering up the national guard to go down to southern border to help out secure things.
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brian: 85% of the border guard say we need a wall, we need a bare jerryier, they are only putting 1.6 billion into it. only spending 650 million. september they need 25. roughly between 19 and 25. so, rather than sit there and say too bad, the president is taking action. here is the homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen who did the work and offered and spoke to all the lawmakers about what they need and she didn't get it. >> our current border security and immigration laws fail the american people. the system rewards bad behavior. it does not punish law breakers. unfortunately, time and time again, congress has failed to act. we will not allow illegal immigration levels to become the norm. violating our sovereignty as a nation will never be acceptable to this president. ainsley: she goes on to say that these illegals that are down in central america that are in mexico that they know our loopholes and they exploit them. they all know about catch and release.
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they know it as soon as they put their foot on american soil they will get caught and released into our country until their court date and they find ways to stay and not show up for court date. once they are in the country, it's hard to track them down. steve: we had judge snawnt on with us 15 minutes ago. and we were talking about this national guard thing and how would it impact the people involved with catch and release. he said, you realize the president could end catch and release today because it's not a law. it was actually something that started during george w. bush's administration where it was an executive order. if the president wanted to stop the way it's working right now. all he has to do with coordinate with his executive branch and he could do it. ainsley: what would that mean? brian: catch and hold. steve: turn them around. ainsley: do they have the man fox all star on the border to do that maybe that's why he is sending in the national guard? brian: here is what the national guard can't do. they will can't pursue confront or detain suspects including illegal immigrants
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or investigate crimes are make arrests stop and seize vehicles or seize drugs. i know it's going to be intimidating seeing guys with camouflage on the border we have tomorrow power them to do something. call them nasty names? ainsley: see something and call the border patrol. steve: they can do surveillance and intel. they cannot do law enforcement. entry a lookout of questions. when is it going to start? exactly how big is it going to be? where is the money going to come from? kirstjen nielsen will be joining us at 8:30. we have a million questions for her. if you have one, email us. ainsley: yesterday in the press conference, she said they know it's easier to get through because of the sympathy if they have children with them. tell these illegals when you are coming into america, take a child with you, they will be more sympathetic and let you in. would be their avenue to winding up with some sort of status and they are trying to use that. we'll keep you posted on this because it's a fluid situation. the big question today is what will california
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governor jerry brown do because the governors of texas, arizona, and new mexico made it clear, hey, we can use the help. california, so far, on hold. ainsley: well, this was a tweet from senator kevin daily on, the author of california sanctuary state. he says donald trump can he says donald trump can rant all he wants but there is no limited influx of asylum seekers coming to the u.s. border crossings along our southern border at their lowest since 1971, governor jerry brown should ignore trump's pointless and senseless call to send the national guard to the border. >> we will see. new mexico is in. arizona is. in texas is in. california was in for president obama. they suddenly don't see a reason. meanwhile, a thousand come across on a daily basis. 300,000 on a yearly basis. you don't think that's an emergency with 12 million already here illegally? meanwhile, one of the people
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that is upset by all of this is anyone on the left. especially in hollywood. somebody way to the left rob reiner. a successful director. not a successful actor. his dad was very funny. one thing is clear, he doesn't think roseanne is funny. evidence thinks it's propaganda. >> he is really heart broken that 25 million americans would have watched the first episode of roseanne last week. apparently this week up to 15 million watched just that number as well. and he says that the people who are watching the show, essentially. ainsley: trump supporters. steve: trump supporters. they are not just trump supporters. they're the lunatic fringe. >> you have the star of the show, essentially outside
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the show trumpeting all of the things that donald trump stands for. state show, certainly those arguments are going on around dinner tables all over the country, but, when you take the main character and that person is a personification of trump's point of view, then that puts that idea forward. steve: i watched this week's episode. didn't mention donald trump. didn't really mention politics. it was all about parental responsibility. and one of the kids was running wild and roseanne cracked down on her because the mother would not. by the end of the show the kid was acting right. brian: it's not a documentary by the way. also, will and grace. how was that balanced? will and grace both hate trump in every line. ainsley: great point. he goes on to say he calls fox news and roseanne's show, he says now they are becoming the mainstream media one sitcom and one network. brian: it's amazing. marcia wrote us, you want proof here is what she said the forgotten americans whom roseanne portrays are not just blue collar workers
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also you were middle class, college graduates. we have had enough of the pc police limiting our speech and our actions. we fought back in 2016, the movement will continue. steve: dennis emailed i find irony in rob reiner's comments once he was involved that controversial show in the 1970s that had opposing opinions on the topics of the era. good one, dennis. ainsley: all right. then barb says finally a show that represents americans, all of us. those saying she is trump's mouthpiece just don't get it. she speaks for the silent every day people. the ones that elected trump. brian: do you believe how much we are talking about one sitcom. it's amazing every single show talking about one sitcom. steve: you look at the cultural ziky, so much is stacked against the president. there is no other side. you watch the late night comedy. none of that she is a pioneer and the interesting thing is the first episode wasn't all pro-trump. it was back and forth between the two sides. so you got just like all in the family back in the 1970s, you got both sides
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of an idea. ainsley: if a president wins and you don't like him but he wins, and then if the show is doing so well and 25 million people are watching, you would think you would start asking yourself, wait a minute, why is this trending? why is this trend happening? brian: do you remember what i remember? happy days when richie for for stevenson tom bosley who went for eisenhower, right, joel? it divided the country for a while. steve: stevenson lost, donald trump actually won. brian: what happened tell end? richie was consoled by his dad who didn't gloat. he got over it there is a lesson there. you could learn from happy days. steve: see, i think the lesson is for abc and some other business, you know, broadcasters that is making a pile of dough, maybe they should do more. brian: talk about a pile of dough and woman all about money. jillian with the news. jillian: i don't know what to say about that one.
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brian: you like making money. you are in capitalistic society. jillian: get you caught up on the news starting with this. youtube is beefing up security at offices worldwide following the deadly shooting in california. police say nasime three hours before she shot and hurt three people at the youtube headquarters and turned the gun on herself. the brother claims the family warned police about her grudge against the company. in just a few hours, president trump will head to west virginia for the second time this year. he is holding a round table on tax reform and jobs in white sulfur springs. west virginia republican congressman jenkins will be on hand for the event. jenkins is running for the u.s. senate seat currently held by democratic senator joe manchin. the 82nd masters tees off in augusta, georgia today. all eyes will be on the return of tiger woods. the grand some of legendary golfer jack nicklaus is already stealing the show. >> swing. he only needs to swing about -- come on. come on. come on. come on. >> go in.
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go in. >> yes, yes, yes! jillian: that right there is gary nicklaus jr. hitting his first career hole in one during the par three tournament while caddying for his grandfather. but this we have been talking about it. this hole in one celebration goes horribly wrong. watch. >> hit it. [cheers] >> oh, don't hurt yourself. jillian: he just pops it back into place. tony dislocating his ankle as i said pops it right back in and continues on to play two more holes, the latest i read, is he supposed to tee off at 12:43 today. he is having an mri this morning that looks painful. brian: it does. ainsley: played two holes already this morning and is he going to play today? jillian: is he getting an mri this morning and we will see after that. steve: it's the masters, if he can he will.
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jillian: that's so sad first masters. steve: he popped it right back. in he has some experience with it. jillian, thank you. ains. brian: coming up straight ahead. elite thunder bird pilot killed in a jet crash, the third in just two days. how concerned should would he be about the safety of our military planes? this is happening too much. steve: jimmy kimmel sparking outrage after mocking first lady melania trump and her accent. >> about this and that. [laughter] >> about this and that. you realize what this means, you could be first lady of the united states. steve: rachel campos duffy says this attack is personal to her. she will explain straight ahead ♪ ♪ s it.
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army lieutenant colonel daniel davis. colonel, good to have you. >> thanks for having me here, appreciate it. steve: i don't think it's three crashes in 24 hours, i think it's four. >> that's correct. steve: what is going on. >> right now there is a couple things going on, one, it's probably a coincidence, a bad coincidence going on. because have you two ch-43 helicopters and then have you two different kinds of air planes. doesn't seem to be systemic problems here about the time something pretty bad steve sedeceivedeceive given decade or constant war and constant use u.s. equipment is worn out. when it comes to the thunder birds those jets are in tip top condition all the time. >> they have hundreds of hours of training. they have priority on maintenance aircraft, you know, for the money for the support. so if anything is ever going to stay based on support and funding, it's going to be that one. that's why i don't think it's a system mic systemic prob.
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steve: let's talk about syria. the president said he would like to get out as quickly as possible. you say that's the right message. >> absolutely it is. i could not more strongly agree with the president on that one. because, we have ey enormous strategic risk that we endure by keeping our troops there. there is no upside. there is no american security interest any more than those troops can actually accomplish. it is definitely time to bring them out. steve: the white house came back yesterday and said look, we will stay there until isis is completely defeated. colonel, don't you think that when the president made his comments he knew that russia and turkey and iran were going to have a summit of sorts over the region and essentially saying hey, guys, it's your turn to take over. we're out. >> yeah. i'm sure that was the subtext to it. and the president is actually right on both counts. because there is no point in keeping our troops there. when they can't even accomplish anything of our needs. and it's also let those
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other folks know that hey, this big mess and all this chaos, it's now yours, good luck with it. steve: good luck indeed. lieutenant colonel daniel davis, thanks for your service and getting up early with us. >> always a pleasure, thank you. steve: exactly 7:20 in new york city. first lady melania trump under attack from a comic jimmy kimmel for reading a book to children during the egg roll on monday. >> not a chance she did one thing to help set that up. the only thing she has been working on is an escape tunnel. steve: rachel campos duffy said this thing was personal. she was offended by his comments. she will join ainsley next. ♪ makes me work a little bit harder ♪ makes me that much ♪ thanks for making me a fighter ♪ he'd be stopping for more pills right now. only aleve has the strength to stop tough pain for up to 12 hours with just one pill.
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brian: time now for news by the numbers. i will just take my time. first, over 1 million, that's how many illegal immigrants now have california drivers licenses. undocumented immigrants have been able to get licenses after that democratic governor jerry brown signed the safe and responsible driver's act into law in 2015. and 60. that's how many jumbo trash bags full of mail police pulled out of a postal workers' shed on long island. he was busted after agents got a tip on undelivered packages. so far he has not been arrested. i hope they are not mine. finally seven. ainsley: i never got my shoes from nordstrom. >> we will find out they are in a shed. that's how old a child would have to be for an adult to be in a car. first time offenders could be slapped with a $700 ticket. every parent in the 1970s could go to jail now if this was retroactive. now over to ainsley.
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ainsley: when i get in a taxy, the smoke, i think of my grandparents. their car smelled like smoke. brian: car smelled like a sedan. ainsley: easter egg hunt on monday. the white house held that easter egg roll. take a look how jimmy kimmel responded to reading a book by the children. >> never stop exploring because lives would be boring. [laughter] be clever and curious, just like a cat. ask lots of questions about this and that. [laughter] about this and that you realize what this means, you could be first lady of the united states. ainsley: wow, so where is the outrage over jimmy kimmel making fun of melania's accent. plom that wants to be lady freedom. rachel campos-duffy. rachel, great to see you. >> thank you, ainsley, yeah,
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this is pretty personal and sensitive for me. my mom, ainsley, happens to be an immigrant to this country. with a strong, beautiful accent. she taught herself english. so last night when i knew i was going to get this topic, i called her and i asked her what she thought about jimmy kimmel making fun of the first lady's accent and she said you know, rachel, to be mocked for your foreign accent when you worked so hard to learn the language feels like a dagger to the heart. that's what she said. ainsley: i'm sure. imagine if we moved to then for her to become the first lady. she not only speaks five languages she is reading five languages too: i took a foreign language and i never really got it shouldn't she be praised for all of her hard work and learning? >> of course. by the way melania has a better command of the english language than some native speakers. we ought to know that yeah, listen, michelle obama was the first black first lady
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of the united states. she was treated by hollywood and the media like royalty. melania also broke barriers first immigrant first lady since the early 1800s. and she is doing a fantastic job. there is never a kind or encouraging word. they never give her any credit. they never give her her due. not even on what is unquestionable. does anybody doubt she is the most fashionable first lady we have ever had? last year vanity fair named michelle obama while melania was first lady. they put her on the best dressed list. they left, melania off. which, of course, to me is an outrage as well. look,. ainsley: if he had done this to michelle obama or he turns to guermo i guess you could be the first lady. all the mainstream media would have him on there if he were conservative saying he is a racist. >> of course. because bottom line is this, ainsley.
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liberals have no use -- they only like a certain type of immigrant. the ones that they can use to advance their ideological agenda. the ones they can use to gain political power. they have no use for someone like melania or a conservative immigrant like my mom. that's just who they are. i would mention this as well. in that same monologue, he went after barron trump. and, again, the obama daughters and michelle obama, they were completely off limits. they were never roasted like this. and attacked on late night television. i think it's about time for barack and michelle obama, who still have considerable sway over their friends in hollywood to tia tell their friends in hollywood back off afford melania and barron trump the same kind of respect and frankly privacy that michelle obama and her girls were afforded. ainsley: her mom is sure proud of her for her successes like your mom should be of you. thank you for being on with us. we appreciate it great to see. >> thanks, ainsley. ainsley: congratulations on the new book, too. another stand against
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california's sanctuary laws. >> i came to this country 45 years ago with me and my mother. we were not offered sanctuary. we were told you have to be an american citizen and here's what you have to do. and we did it. ainsley: griff jenkins was there and he is live to tell us what happened next. a church facing backlash after receiving a helping hand from above that wasn't god. we'll explain ♪ my world to lift you up ♪ i can change my life ♪ to better suit your mood ♪ quiewr so cool ♪
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>> when you crossed our border, you became illegal and you became a criminal. >> by deporting my family, is that the reward i get for my hard work? we are talking about tearing families apart. this is a very real thing. >> it breaks my heart to see all the hatred in the room. the mainstream media involved because thee they demon nice anyone who is against any type of immigration. >> if you want to be an american, you must come to the country legally. >> there is nothing in the constitution that says that one rogue state can make policies that affect the whole nation. >> i like jerry brown. i wish he was our president. >> what we really need to do or perhaps washington and the state leadership needs to do is sit down and have thoughtful discussions about what is the right solution? what's not only legal but what's also compassionate. >> i came to this country 45 years ago with me and my mother, okay.
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45 years ago we were not offered sanctuary. we were not offered an easier, softer way, okay? we were told you have to be an american citizen and here's what you have to do. and we did it. >> please vote to support the motion. >> four yes votes. [cheers] >> this is the right thing to do. you know, i was elected mayor to keep the constitution, uphold the constitution and keep our community safe. i am committed to do that and that's what the council did today. >> the mayor says since 2010, they have removed 2,000 illegal criminal aliens off the street in part because there were ice officers stationed in the police department here. that now is not the case under this new law since january. and, guys, san diego county as a whole will vote on april 17th, possibly, to take some action. joining a long list of orange county, huntington beach on monday. and we got a text just in the last hour from a council woman in san juan capistrano, a city in orange
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county on tuesday night. they voted against the mayor's vote to condemn sb-54. so there is a real sense that this law has crossed a line and it crosses bipartisan lines really joining to say that these laws are not protecting the communities. steve: griff, essentially what they are saying that these state laws are against the federal law and they want to cooperate with ice. we thank you very much for going to the meeting last night and getting up so early on this thursday morning. brian: when do we actually get this thing in court? steve: tomorrow they are going to approve it. officially and then they will join the federal department of justice lawsuit against the state of california. brian: all right. maybe the whole state will get a day off to watch the proceedings. ainsley: let's hand it over to jillian for the headlines. jillian: good morning to you guys and to you at home as well. students in colorado turn the table on antigun protests by holding a pro-gun rally.
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>> i don'i don't believe that gs are the problem. i think it's more of the people. >> if we have more armed officers or some type of security at our school and teachers trained more, that it will honestly stop or prevent school shootings a lot more. jillian: students showing support for guns while also honoring shooting victims with a moment of silence. the 30-minute walkout was organized by the teens and not affiliated with the school. racially demeaning and hostile. that's how a neutral lawsuit describes mississippi state flag are seeking to ban the city from displaying the banner in public. it claims the flag sends a message to african-americans that they are not welcome. ocean springs didn't fly the flag for several years until a new mayor took office in july. bystanders and police officers, pull a man from a burning car moments after a crash. just look at this incredible crash. just look at this incredible rescue caught on dash camera outside of chicago. a good samaritan running from his home across the street to help dragging the driver to safety.
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police say that quick thinking saved the man's life. the driver was not seriously hurt is charged though with dui. a church facing backlash after receiving a helping hand from above. but it wasn't got's, a perish in brazil using a drone to deliver a you crist to a priest on easter sunday. [cheers] jillian: church goers erupting into applause, some people not cheering, quality move sacrilegious that's something i have never seen before. brian: i thought it was amazon that would do it first but it ended up being the catholics. ainsley: don't let us down. there has to be a funny joke in that. brian: i don't think. ainsley: using a drone to deliver the yo you yo.
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steve: it could snow. adam: no snow for now. maybe snow coming before the week is over. temperatures once again spring feeling like winter. take a look at the maps across the country. 34 degrees in new york city. spots down in the teens. that's the case in minneapolis. 24 for folks in chicago. take a look at of the numbers middle of the country mid 60's. 47 in new york city. not horrible. that colder weather coming that weekend. with the warmer weather, especially for folks in the south, yeah, look at those pollen levels high today in little rock, arkansas. the same is true if you run over to florida where the pollen numbers have been high for a while now. continue to be high as we head into the weekend. and then the weekend here, guys, as you said, maybe get outside and enjoy it if you can today on the east coast, because snow on the way for us on saturday. so not too far off. still feeling like winter, guys. steve: indeed. adam, thank you very much. i was in florida the daf
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daffodils popping out by the liberty bell. time to pop the claritin. get ready, poll lynn is coming. ainsley: many people are popping champagne. the masters see all the brian: tulips are afraid to come out. steve: what's the report. brian: unnamed source. ainsley: have you been talking to the tulips underneath the ground. brian: don't question me too much. we all know how nancy pelosi feels about the president's tax cuts, right? >> the crumbs that they're giving to workers to kind of put the schmooze on is so pathetic. brian: really? grover norquist is here with a big announcement that she is not going to like next. ainsley: plus, dana loesch and dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen are both here live in the next hour snow hour. ♪ ♪ feel the clarity of non-drowsy
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♪ come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly away. ♪ brian: who could forget minority leader nancy pelosi to the reaction to bonuses american workers were getting thanks to the president's tax cut plan? >> in terms of the bonus that corporate america received, versus the crumbs that they are giving to workers to kind of put the schmooze on is so pathetic. ainsley: there was nothing pathetic about all the companies and workers who benefited from those crumbs from the tax cuts. and this morning there's a major update. brian: grover norquist joins us now the founder for america's tax reform. very much in support and had a lot to do with the tax
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reform that got passed. grover, are companies continuing to give backenning. >> they are. we have been keeping track at our website her.org. all the companies that have announced bonuses, increasing 401(k) matches. significant new investments. and for utilities, reductions in utility costs in people's rates. specifically because of the tax cut. only if the company says this bonus, this new -- benefit, this new rate reduction for utilities is because of the tax cut, we include them. and so we have large companies, small companies, we had the company that just put out 3 to $6,000 bonuses. so there is some real progress being made. we hit 500. this is the first time we have publicly announced we have hit 500 there are more than 4 million people specifically got bonuses. but in addition, 91 million americans will see lower
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utility rates because utility companies have to pass through that federal income tax republican tax cut. 91 million americans. you are looking at half of the country sees has 401(k)s and iras, they are seeing the value of their 401(k)s and iras going up in the last year. many are getting matches, larger matches from companies. 90% of americans see higher take home pay because a lower tax burden is a pay increase. cut your taxes have you more take home pay. ainsley: aamazing for the majority of americans. nancy pelosi calling those bonuses crumbs. now she just said this in california that she wants to repeal the tax law if democrats get in office in noe they are going to do that. listen to this. >> we will sit down at the table and say let us -- what would be a tax bill that
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creates good paying jobs [inaudible] it's about comprehensive. what our tax policy should be for the future. ainsley: grover, what in the world? has she lost it. >> for eight years under president obama, they never even put one forward. when the republicans put their tax reform forward. the democrats never put alternative forward. they all voted against your pay increase. of the increase in your take home pay. they all voted no. the bonuses they voted no. the utility rate cuts, they all voted no. schumer, the leader of the democrats in the senate has put forward an actual written down plan. a trillion-dollar tax increase, no one gets a cut. brian: especially the top bracket. they wouldn't get a break they would get it jacked up and have no incentive to invest. why did the market turn around yesterday. a lot are crediting larry kudlow. what did he say that made people feel better about the president's war of words with china? >> sure, the president has been trying to focus on some
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of china's misbehavior and stealing our intellectual property. there is one fear that we could have a trade war. what larry kudlow said was we're going to the wto, the world trade organization with other countries and we're going to deal with it there. that's one way to force china to behave. it's different than a trade war. it's less risky, but it keeps the focus on china's misbehavior. brian: he is already paying off because he knows how the markets react. he went out there probably on his own volition. grover norquist, thanks so much. ainsley: thank you, grover. >> good to be with you. ains ages i have heard about white privilege, one university has a new target christian privilege. brian: finally. the left slamming president trump for sending the national guard to the border. it isn't the first time that happened. everyone wasn't supportive at one point. guy benson is here. is he talking hypocrisy ♪ standing strong forever ♪ nothing's going to stop us now ♪ and if this world
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>> why is this such an urgent priority right now for the president to sign. >> there is a lot of speculation in the country with something the president saw on television or might have something to do with the fact that the president wants to shore up support amongst his base. >> using the national guard to do border security is very expensive. what it would cost the guard to make just two arrests at the border would give a homeless veteran permanent housing for an entire year. brian: well, reporters going after the white house plan to deploy the national guard to the border. they could be heading there right now. ainsley: both bush and obama administration have done this before. why is the media acting like this is unprecedented? steve: good question.
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joining us right now the political editor of town hall.com and fox news contributor, guy benson. guy, i don't remember that level of concern when barack obama did that. >> yeah. so there was a national guard deployment to the southern border under president bush. it was operation jump start and operation fa falanks. guards sent down to help with the interdiction of drugs and processing of people captured at the border illegal immigrants. i think what we are seeing now as we so often see with this president and this presidency, there's less attention paid in some corders does this decision make sense versus oh my gosh, is this a threat to the country? why is this happening? it seems like anything he does is treated as abnormal and crazy. it detracts from the policy debate. and trying to frame it as unprecedented as bizarre when, in fact, as i just laid out, it is fully press
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dentinged. brian: have you done a good job of calling balls and strikes there are things that the president does you don't like and things he does you do like. you will comment on it no change of temperature elsewhere. this is 300,000 people are coming here at the minimum annually illegally. so it is logical to try to do something to stop it. if congress won't act, put the national guard there. but guess who is the one state saying i'm not doing it? looks like california is going to bow out of it. >> there is a shock. i think the people in southern california, a number of them through their elected representatives are pushing back against the sanctuary policies of their state emanating out of sacramento because some of the local counties closer to the border are saying hang on sacramento, we are not on board with this flouting the federal government thing. this is affecting our communities. so, again, i think you can have a reasonable discussion. does it make sense to deploy the national guard at this moment for the reasons being cited? but to try to pretend like this is out of the mainstream or beyond the pale or something very strange or dark or problematic, i mean, we have
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seen this from both parties over the last 10, 20 years. ainsley: one reporter saying we could help the homeless population with this amount of money. but, we just saw in the budget that there was a lot of money a al allocated for military. the question is does it work? did it work for president obama. did it work for president bush? >> we saw the number of illegal immigrants getting processed go up. you saw huge announcement about drugs being captured at the border or interdicted at the border. whether or not it made a dent long term, i think that's debatable. and that could play into the trump administration's argument here though saying this is not a permanent solution, but, the border guard is overwhelmed. ainsley: better than nothing. >> we lost a lot through attrition. incapable of rehiring. we need extra hands and boots on the ground. if you want to fix the problem permanently you need
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an ability of congress and measures. good luck. steve: the president of the united states kind of got a win this week when it comes toil legal immigration because he called out that caravan, and they have disbanded. although a number of people are going to try to apparently rush the border anyway. >> this was another thing that was a criticism of president trump where he came out and said you have this migrant chain of people, this sort of caravan of folks coming up. the mexican government apparently was doing nothing to stop them. he got angry. he may have seen that on this very program. he got angry about it and said look, we are renegotiating nativity and it looking at our border problem. going to do nothing about illegal immigrants. give me break. let's do something here. and the mexican government, the mexico ambassador was on bret baier's show on monday. he was pressed on, this and don't you know it? 24 hours later, boom, there are some people. ainsley: on the phone with homeland security kirstjen nielsen talking to her trying to negotiate. >> that's results. brian: one other result
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would be renegotiating nafta could be coming in april if this could be solved. >> big chip for the mexicans. steve: guy benson thank you for joining us live. >> thank you. steve: just mentioned kirstjen nielsen. there is the president live in west virginia. more on that after the break. this. is. lobsterfest. at red lobster with exciting new dishes like dueling lobster tails and lobster truffle mac & cheese. classics like lobster lover's dream are here too. so enjoy these 10 lobsterlicious dishes while you can because lobsterfest won't last.
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♪ steve: president of the united states is ordering up to the national guard to go up to the southern border to help secure things. >> border security and immigration laws fail the american people. border security is national security. >> city council in escondido, california, to support the lawsuit against the department of justice against sanctuary laws. >> giving them more rights than citizens is illegal, immoral and insane. it is unconstitutional. steve: he said he would like to get out as quickly as possible. >> we have enormous risk we endure by keeping troops there.
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that is almost no upside. ainsley: a proud gun owner make as passionate plea to city council. >> when are you standing up for the majority. here is who the majority is. i'm the majority. >> practice swing. come on. come on. come on. go in. yeah! ♪ brian: watching the clip from the masters. it was two years ago this week that somebody went to the masters and brought us back masters caps. ainsley: i know. brian: ainsley brought you back a cap? i did not know that. ainsley: not even wearing it. brian: i'm not a big cap guy. ainsley: switch with steve. i passed them out.
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we looked at yours, there was a little stain a little dot. i didn't see it in the store when i bought it. steve: wearing it all the time. when i mix up cheese with wonder bread. brian: president is just tweeting. you know the number one story. national guard at the border. response to the caravan of 1500 heading our direction. he tweeted this out. the caravan is largely broken up thanks to the strong immigration laws of mexico and willingness to use them to not cause a guy ant scene at the border. although some are still making their way here. border crossings are still unacceptable. 46-year low. stop the drugs. the drugs are coming from the southern border. they're not necessarily strong against president trump, don't let him push us around. steve: who won though? was the trade with the united
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states and potential nafta deal or is it mexican senators? obviously the trade with our their largest trading partner meant a lot. that is why the mexican government essentially cracked down on them. a number of people in the caravan sought asylum in mexico. more are going to come back. some others were sent back to honduras. ainsley: that is exactly right. there are more than a few probably. they will try to make their way up to the united states. why the president signed that proclamation. which means that the national guard will be sent there immediately. and kirstjen nielsen, homeland security secretary, she is meeting with the department of defense and governors along the border, openly one hasn't agreed to meet is the governor of california. shocker. she and others are meeting with all of them, a plan of coordination to make it safer.
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president did not get all the funding for the wall. >> he got that much. ainsley: he wanted 25 billion. he got 1.6 billion. brian: this sets up leverage for september when they have to get rest of the money. he will not budge if he does not get border wall. steve: talking about for the president to essentially rescind a portion of the budget. in other words, that would only take a majority vote, 51 votes. what they would do, they would go in, you know what? we spent way too much in in department. let's cut it back to this. apparently the president has been talking to different cabinet people and people throughout congress. that could actually happen, which would be good for him. a lot of republicans are disappointed in republicans they just went crazy and blew so much dough. ainsley: i don't know why i can't say this homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen she had her press conference yesterday. she saying they understand the loopholes in mexico and south america. they understand -- steve: our rules. ainsley: the catch-and-release plan. she is also saying they're
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telling immigrants when you come to the u.s., bring children with you because you have more of a chance seeking asylum and getting asylum in the u.s. brian: here she is talking yesterday. >> our current border security and immigration laws fail the american people. the system rewards bad behavior. it does not punish lawbreakers. unfortunately time and time again congress has failed to act. we will not allow illegal immigration levels to become the norm. violating our sovereignty as a nation will never be acceptable to this president. steve: she will be with us 20 minutes from right now. it is interesting, there is an item in "the wall street journal." we know the u.s. military got $800 billion, something like that in the budget. there is some suggestion that military bases down along our southern border could actually build the wall. talks about the barry goldwater air force base bombing range share as portion of the wall. they could build 30 miles worth
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of wall right there using military money rather than any other stuff. ainsley: we haven't heard the president mention when he could use the military money funding the wall. brian: the only problem the military need the money because we're seeing, all the challenges. ainsley: they asked for x-amount of dollars, didn't government give them more than that? >> 15% more than they wanted. they're talking about doing recisions going forward. take you to north carolina, greensboro, down in north carolina, for years they have had the gun and knife show. there was some debate given what happened in parkland, florida, a month ago, maybe they should cancel it. >> the city council had discussion about that. some of the people who live in that community were not too happy. this is one of those individuals, mr. mark robinson. listen to this. >> a whole lot of people in here talking tonight about this group and that group, domestic
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violence, these minorities and that minority. what i want to know is, when are you all going to start standing up for the majority? here is who the majority is. i'm the majority. i'm a law-abiding citizen who never shot anybody. seems like every time we have one shootings nobody puts blame where it goes at shooter's feet. you want to put it at my feet. it does not make any sense. the law-abiding citizens of this community and many communities around this country, we're the first ones taxed and last ones considered and first ones punished when things like this happen. brian: gun and knife show, people want to buy them legally don't have a history, because they pass background check, what handles where lunaticses criminals, and murderers. he gets punished. >> he talks about the criminals. crips and bloods, not getting rid of their guns.
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they will not follow the law. the government is talking about law-abiding citizens getting their guns. they will get rid of their guns? that man get rid of his gun. the guy will break into his house and can't defend his family but the criminal has the gun. steve: we're trying to get the fellow to be on the show tomorrow. this is somebody watched afar going on in certain communities, had it up to here, given a chance to speak out, boy did he. we asked you what you thought about his comments. facebook lit up. ainsley: edward said, what? brian: ainsley i take it from here. this is the answer we're looking for. well-spoken, educated american who can get his point across. please listen to this guy. ainsley: alyssa says what, steve? steve: she says in a country where so much ignorance is running amok so refreshing to hear very well-spoken and passionate words, mr. robinson. thank you on behalf of the rest
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of the majority for having courage to speak up. finally, answererly, what did jeanie say on facebook? ainsley: finally someone said exactly what i have said all along. take my right away the criminals will still have guns. more people need to stand up. brian: you ever thought of emailing the show to see if your email gets on? you should try that. ainsley from new york city. steve: he went on to say continuing to go down to city hall raise hell as he refers to them from the loonies of the left, until you listen to the majority of the people in the city. ainsley: i love that guy. imagine being a robber breaking into his house. brian: someone never described as loony from the left. jillian: a loony, but not a loony from the left. starting with this fox news alert. air force thunderbird pilot is dead after crash during a training flight. this is the third military aviation crash in 48 hours. on tuesday four people were killed when a marine corps
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helicopter crashed in california. on the same day in djibouti a military jet crashed shortly after takeoff. the pilot ejected safely. embattled epa anyone straight tore scott pruitt, defended himself after controversial pay raises for friends after the white house refused to sign off for hem. >> is somebody fired for that? >> it should not have been done. >> who did it. there will be accountability. >> a career person or -- >> you run the office you don't know who did it. president trump said he would draining the swamp. is draining the swamp renting an apartment from the wife of a washington lobbiest. >> i don't think that is even remotely fair to ask that question. jillian: fox news learned epa officials ruling pruitt did nothing wrong renting a condo from a lobbiest in d.c. for $50 a night. he allegedly approved the a
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project from one of the lobbyist's companies. spring is nowhere to be found in parts of u.s. three separate systems could bring more snow to the midwest and east coast into the weekend. i don't know why i'm smiling. ahead of the twin's home opener today. the city slammed with record breaking snow and cold this month. 82nd masters tees off in augusta, georgia, but all eyes will be on tiger woods. the grandson of legendary golfer jack nicklaus stealing the show. >> the only had the swing. come on. come on. >> go in. go in! yay! jillian: how exciting. that is gary nicklaus, jr., hitting his first career hole-in-one during the par 3 tournament, caddying for his grandfather. this hole-in-one celebration goes horribly wrong. watch. >> hit it.
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[cheering] >> oh. don't hurt sure self. jillian: tony finaua dislocating his ankle, pops it back in. plays two more holes. i just checked to see latest update. he is going for mri this morning. reports say even if it is positive he will play. tease off at 12:43. steve: wow. the guy is an "iron man." dislocates it. and pops it back. jillian: i didn't know who he was before. now we do. ainsley: now i'm pulling for him. brian: definitely worth it for him to backpedal and turn his ankle. steve: thank you, jillian. coming up testimonyies flaring overnight as another city in california votes to take a stand against the state's sanctuary laws. did you see this? >> i came to this country 45 years ago with me and my mother. we were not offered sanctuary. we were told you have to be an american citizen and here is what you have to do and we did
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ainsley: breaking overnight. another california city taking a stand against the state's sanctuary law. steve: escondido, california, voting to support the trump administration's lawsuit against california after a fiery council meeting last night. ainsley: griff jenkins was there, he joins us live with more, griff? reporter: good earning, guys. governor jerry brown has a problem on his hands because people of california are fighting back against his sanctuary laws. escondido just the latest t was a heated council meeting, over three hours. it was 4-1 to join the trump administration lawsuit. here is how it went down. >> they can no longer divide us because we have been fighting way too long. >> when you crossed our border, you became illegal and you
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became a criminal. >> by deporting my family is that the reward i get for my hard work? we're talking about tearing families apart. >> breaks my heart to see hatred in the room. mainstream media is at fault. demonize anyone against any type of immigration. the shouting] >> there is nothing in the constitution that says one rogue state can make policies that affect the whole nation. >> i like jerry brown. i wish he was, i wish he was the president. >> what we really need to do, or perhaps washington, and the state leadership needs to do is sit down and have thoughtful discussions about what is the right solution. what is not only legal, but what is also compassionate. >> i came to this country 45 years ago with me and my mother, years ago with me and my mother, okay? 45 years ago we were not offered sanctuary. we were not offered an easier,
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softer way, okay? we were told you have to be an american citizen. here is what you have to do and we did it. >> these folks support the -- >> four yes, sir votes. >> this is the right thing to do. i was elected mayor to keep the constitution, uphold the constitution, and to keep our community safe. i am committed to do that. and that is what the counsel did today. reporter: is con dido is the first city in san diego county to take such an action. take a look at this list, guys, it is the sixth to fight back. yorba linda, los alamitos, huntington beach on tuesday. san juan capistrano voting to condemn sb 54. now escondido, they feel it hurts their communities, making them less safe because law enforcement can not do their jobs, cutting down communication between the federal i.c.e.
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officials and local law enforcement. san diego county will vote on april 17th, to possibly take action. they will see what they say. i will talk to some of their supervisors. we will track the growing strong which means trouble for governor jerry brown, and attorney general javier becerra. steve: try up to sacramento. because people of california don't like this. ainsley: they have had enough. steve: president trump heads to west virginia for a roundtable on tax cuts. governor jim justice will meet the president but will join us live with a conversation with brian on the other side of the timeout. ainsley: slamming the a "roseanne" rebeauty, calling her a most piece for the -- a mouthpiece forbi the president t
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now you can get it, too. welcome to the party. ♪ ainsley: quick headlines for you. in a few hours, sec commissioner will take the hot seat on a hearing on hawaii's false missile alert. in january local officials mistakenly issued a incoming nuclear missile alert sparking 38 minutes of statewide panic. the hearing will focus what went wrong and how to fix the system. george washington university offering a free training session on christian privilege today. the workshop will look how american christians experience life easier and built-in advantages to non-christians. the seminar also focuses on white privilege. brian? brian: thank you very much, ainsley. 24 minutes after the hour. gop tax bill, give many americans reason to celebrate. president trump is heading to
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west virginia about roundtable discussion about recent tax cuts. with can we expect? governor of west virginia, become very good trends with the president, jim justice who switched parties as well. why do you think the president chose your state? >> brian, if you could see west virginia today and see all the trees starting to bud out and sun coming up over the mountains, you decide what other state could you possibly be in? the president and i are our great friends. he is doing a wonderful job. i support him in any shape, form fashion. his tax cuts have taken hold in west virginia. west virginia is growing at growth rate of 5% now. we're doing really good things. this is a paradise to raise your families. we're looking for a lot of people, good men and women to move and come back to west virginia because we have great jobs, great-paying jobs.
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like i said, you would be raising your family in paradise in my opinion. brian: part of that, 80% of the country seeing more money in their paychecks on weekly basis. the biggest thing the corporate tax rate is supposed to drop. that enables more investment repatriating funds. good to know that west virginia is benefiting. the big story, senator joe manchin, tends to be moderate is a democrat, if president wants to get his 60 votes he has to go after joe manchin's seat. vice president called out joe hand chin. have -- manchin. have you tried to get him to do what you did. >> joe and i had discussions along those lines. i wish joe was a republican. joe has to do his thing, i have surely got to do mine and the president has got to do his. we need joe's vote. to be perfectly honest, you know, this nation needs to get behind our president in a great way every day. it face nominal what this man has done and the other thing i would say is, you know, we made
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a commitment in west virginia, that was a philosophical change. we made a commitment to invest in education. i would encourage governors and everybody across this nation, be fiscally responsible when you have monies, when you have real monies within your state, i think we ought to really reinvest in our kids and back into education. brian: who can argue with that? no one can. we know teachers are striking. they were upset what they were getting paid in west virginia. you guys solved the problem for now. if you have extra money, put it to the teachers and the schools? governor, thanks so much. tell the president we said hello. >> i will do that, brian, ainsley, steve, we watch you every morning. you guys are doing a wonderful thank you so much. brian: governor, thank you very much. i appreciate it. that is the governor out? west virginia. the president will be there in couple hours. more of the big story out of washington. president trump sending the national guard to protect the border. they're on their way now. dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen
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♪ brian: homeland security secretary made her way through congressional leadership trying to explain to them the need for some type of border security. she thought she made her message clear. when the omnibus came out and there wasn't sufficient money for the wall she had to go to plan b. steve: wait a minute. are you speaking live for the woman in the nation's capitol? we have homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen. thanks for joining us live. >> my pleasure. steve: what is the deal for the national guard, how many, how soon, where is the money coming
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from? >> let's take this in order here. the way this works we work with the governors and the national guard bureau. the idea choose different mission sets that the national guard can perform to help our border patrol. so we have a variety of recommendations that we've made. we started the negotiations. i've spoken with all the governors. i will speak with them again today but this is not -- the idea here of course for this to be effective and productive and supportive of our mission. so we are interested in what the governors think the answer is, those on the ground, certainly agents and officials and the guard bureau. we are working on the negotiations as we speak. ainsley: you said you talked to all the governors, did you talk to governor jerry brown of california? >> i did. we sent him information with respect to our best advice how we could use the guard to support our mission. i said beginning of a conversation then. men and women on the front lines if you will, whether they be
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state employees or federal employees are usually have much better grasp what we need. we're doing this as iterative conversation. brian: madam secretary, let me ask you something, if he doesn't use his national guard, can you get national guard from another state to use it on the border but since it is their state but our country? >> i understand the question. what i would say is we'll be speaking with the governor again today. he has supported such use of the border -- use and support of the border patrol in the past. we've done this at least twice in the last 10 decades. i would like further conversations with him before i jump ahead of him and how he would like to secure his border. steve: sure. when you had a conversation with governor jerry brown, seems like a lot of southern california is turning against him and his sanctuary state policies? >> we only touched briefly on sanctuary states that we would talk about again. we actually didn't spend a lot
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of time. what i want to make sure he does understand from a border security perspective, we have drugs flowing over. we have a lot of tco activity and we have criminals and illegal migrants. so working with him to address all those is really what we talk about. ainsley: other administrations done this in the past. you mentioned that president obama, george w. bush did this as well. did it help? is that why you decided to send the national guard down there? what will they be doing and will it help in the past? >> in conjunction, my conversations with the governors and members of congress the last 48 hours, certainly their strong belief the fact it made a huge difference. in some cases they believe it ended all the illegal traffic. so i think we have good case studies that it works. to your second question, what would they be doing? operation phalanx would be a way for national guard to provide air support. we would look for them to do that. they provide medical care for
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those we interdict. they provide fleet maintenance. we use a lot of mechanics. brian: a little dispointing though, i guess by law you're not allowed to arrest illegal immigrants. you're not allowed to investigate crimes, make arrests, stop or search vehicles or seize drugs. that is very limiting, don't you think? or can you change any of that? >> we have everything on the table, i can assure you. we are looking in every way we can act within the executive branch but i will continue to ask congress work with me in the next couple months to pass legislation. some of the things you describe are absolutely the result of loopholes in our system. they were probably never meant to be there. i never talk to a senator or congressman who tell me they're in favor of border security. let's put forward a legislative proposal that can pass. ainsley: you talked yesterday in the press conference about some
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of these loopholes. you said they know about our loopholes, taking advantage of it, like catch-and-release. we've been told the president could end catch-and-release with executive order, he doesn't need congress to help him. if that is the case, is he going to do that? >> on one hand he already done that. catch-and-release is very broad concept. what it meant specifically when this president took office was the pract ice of the previous administration when they apprehended somebody who is not a criminal or who is not on top of their list they would release catch-and-release though is based on a court case. it's a loophole in the system. it requires us to release family units. to see if we have the authority in the executive branch to
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change but always been part of our legislative process. that would be the best way to do it. congress is the ones who make immigration law as you know. we need their help here. brian: sure. secretary neil send, there is anti-sanctuary push now. many were stunned that the governor would make it a sanctuary state. many were stunned inside of california. these counties seem to be standing up one by one saying this is not okay with me. where do you stand? how much does it mean it our country's security for you to win this case against california? >> well, to me i think it means a lot but reason it might not be what you think, the reason is because there are some misperceptions about a sanctuary city. bear with me, i will answer your first question telling you how i think about it. sanctuary cities the concept began many years ago to protect illegal aliens who were victims of crime. that is how the concept started.
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it then became perverted over time but now the sanctuary is for the criminals. that is how the concept started. it then became perverted over time but now the sanctuary is for the criminals. you heard many administrations say this, but i will say it again because it is true. when we can not arrest those criminal aliens within a safe setting such as jail, we have to send our agents and officers into the field. it puts them in danger. it is no longer a controlled variety. also very importantly puts the illegal but otherwise legal -- they haven't committed any crimes after the illegal entry, it puts them in danger. steve: sure. >> we're taking a potential violent situation into their communities. i'm always open to having this conversation. i did have this conversation with some of the governors that i spoke to when we were talking about the national guard. we, everybody wants anybody victim of a crime to be able to report it. we're not trying to chill that. that is not the intent. we will help states message on that but i can't imagine anybody deciding that their first and foremost job as an executive leader is not to protect the safety of their cities.
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this does not do that. steve: ultimately it turns some of those cities into magnets for people in the country illegally for variety of reasons. madam secretary, just about 90 minutes ago the guy who lives in the big house behind you did some tweeting. he said, the caravan, talking about going across mexico a few days ago, is largely broken up thanks to the strong immigration laws of mexico and their willingness to use them to not cause a giant scene at the border. because of the trump administrations actions border crossings are still at unacceptable 46-year low. stop drugs! to the casual observer looks if the president's tweets a couple days ago why isn't mexico doing anything about this actually helped stop it? >> i think the president is clear. he has been clear. he will continue to be clear. he made a commitment to the american people to secure our border. he is going to do that i myself have been in conversation with my mexican counterparts over the
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last two weeks. together we have had discussions on the caravan. the caravan as you say is dissipating. it is a yearly caravan. this is usually what happens. having said that we have seen more cooperation from mexican officials than we ever have before on this particular caravan thanks to the president's leadership. brian: lastly, madam secretary, you went around painstakingly met with leadership before the omnibus was passed. it was as if they didn't listen, republicans and democrats. what did you want, what didn't you get? >> it's a good question. i think the most frustrating, it would be hard to pick just one but let me pick two. the two most frustrating we have men and women in therd boor patrol that have been part offer border for decades, well before 9/11, well before the homeland security department was created. these men and women have done assessments, after assessments
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over years. they understand the flows, traffic patterns and what works. i was disappointing congress rather than choosing to listen to the experts, to tell us the experts where and how we can build the wall. to me that is not share job. it is job of operators that live and breathe that in conjunction with the local communities. that would be my first. the second is dead space. we know the only way to enforce immigration law, once i interdict somebody i can remove them. if i can't do that, i need to be able to detain them until i remove them. if i can't do that, we no longer have border security. given numbers we had last month, they just came out, 50,000 in april, is the number we interdicted or otherwise was inadmissible. that is a 200% increase from march of 2017. this crisis is real. there are many more people coming to take advantage of these loopholes and are being
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trained by smugglers. steve: one of the reasons the national guard is heading down south. >> you got it. steve: secretary nielsen, thanks for joining us. >> my pleasure. have a great day. steve: you too. 17 minutes before the top of the hour, rob reiner slamming roseanne barr, calling her a mouthpiece for the president but isn't she representing a lot of everyday blue-collar americans? what is up with that? ainsley: we covered everything from breaking news to entertainment, but this morning adam housley and his wife are "cooking with friends". ♪ lincoln mkx, more horsepower than the lexus rx350 and a quiet interior from which to admire them.
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jillian: good morning, hope you have a good day so far. back with quick headlines. jillian: good morning, hope you have a good day so far. nancy pelosi may have hit the back with quick headlines. looks like house minority leader nancy pelosi may have hit the send button too soon.
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this draft, reminding herself to tag officials and tax march. for a event she plans to attend calling attention to the gop tax plan which she referred to as crumbs. pelosi since deleted tweet. dwayne "the rock" johnson tweeting more speculation about a white house run. tweeting "rolling stone" magazine he is no hurry but taking under the radar meetings with political experts. republicans, democrats, mayors, strategists, you name it, listening. i feel like the best thing i can do now, give me years. let me go to work and learn. those are the headlines. see what happens there. guys. brian: also in that story he has a big rivalry with vin diesel. i don't think these two can patch it up. steve: okay. ainsley: all we have to say about that. brian: i guess so. trying to show you i read the entertainment page as well. >> i didn't see any vin diesel movies.
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steve: speaking entertainment the big news roseanne barr reboot of her sitcom. 25 million watched last week. 15 million watched this week. brian: they already renewed it. >> for 11th season. the fact she has been pro-donald trump in the past, there was give-and-take on pro-trump stuff in the season premier, rob reiner was on msnbc and he sees what her show represents as something very troubling. >> you have the star of the show essentially outside the show trumpeting all of the things that donald trump stands for. so it's not like, you know, you can separate in television, i mean you know, there is room for a red state-blue state show. certainly those arguments are going on around dinner tables all over the country, but when you take the main character, that person is personification of trump's point of view, then
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that puts that idea forward. brian: roseanne is the person but there is a back and forth the entire time. so here is what you say about rob reiner's critique. ainsley: this is from keith. rob reiner's attack on fox and "roseanne" convinces middle america he is still a meathead. that was his name in "all in the family." steve: she emailed telling rob reiner callingthem a lunatic is like calling them a deplorable. it didn't work out for the left. brian: i don't understand what hollywood is afraid of. one show out of the hundreds that don't totally bash the president. steve: there you go. brian: i don't know if this is incidental but i watched george stephanopoulos on abc. even his panel, a little bit, even his panel was more balanced last week. i wonder if that is message from the network. ainsley: hopefully, hopefully. america, that is exactly like roseanne. that is what our families look
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like. show both sides. steve: keep comments coming. we read it all day. he covers everything from breaking news to entertainment news on fox news channel but this morning adam housley and his wife tamara are cooking with friends. brian: if we have any left, we'll bring you sandra smith. doing her show for two hours with bill hemmer. >> sounds delicious. sending national guard to the southern border in response to a what the administration has unacceptable flow of drugs and illegal immigration. he signed a proclamation to do so. we'll see where it goes. plus we are now learning mark zuckerberg will testify in two open hearings on the hill next week as 87 million users data had been exposed. how about those markets? looks like a higher open on wall street. it has been a wild week for stocks. we're all over it for you.
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♪ steve: he covers everything from breaking news. ainsley: covering the fire, remember? steve: covering stories for fox news. adam housley is "cooking with friends" and his better half. ainsley: along with his wife, actress, talk show host, tamara mowery. you are on "the view." >> we got nominated on the real. we won the first naacp image award. we're coming on up. brian: who gets trophy if you win? >> all of us do. >> hayden, our son. ainsley: you were on the show
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>> stuffed with lemon. we i love chopped garlic. can't go wrong with garlic. ainsley: stuff all that in it. >> you add some obviously rosemary, sea salt and pepper. >> sea salt is great. ainsley: is this why you partnered with fab breeze? >> we love fish. >> i don't like the after the smell. adam knows that. so we're excited because i partnered with febreeze. i love using it. one because there are no aerosols. no heavy perfumes or dyes. which is great when you have children around. safe for children. steve: we'll put this in the oven. taste it in two minutes. two minutes. we'll be right back. >> two? ♪ which helps provide for win's family. all, for a smoother tasting cup of coffee.
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>> when he was reporting on the fire getting close to your house and the vineyards and wineries. your dad and his friends used a garden hose. >> join us in the after the show show. >> sandra: breaking news on the massive facebook data breach scandal. they admit now up to 87 million users may have been affected as mark zuckerberg gets ready to testify on capitol hill. i'm sandra smith live inside "america's newsroom." look who is here, leland. >> i'm in for bill hemmer. facebook announced the new number yesterday, more than the 50 million users it originally said had personal information harvested by a political consulting firm. >> sandra: facebook ceo mark zuckerberg continues to apologize for all of this.

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