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interested in the job. we have a new president, donald trump. hopefully you will have a great weekend, "fox and friends first" continues okay. >> we called out the national guard, we are doing a real job. the laws of this country have to be strengthened and tough enough. rob: the plan to put the national guard on the border met with some resistance, how many troops. >> the top dr. sounding an alarm about the opioid epidemic you never heard before. the surgeon general once you to carry a life-saving antidote. >> the eagle that mistook a picture nicknamed big mabel for an actual maple tree.
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"fox and friends first" continues. ♪ ♪ better get the party started ♪ ♪ i'm coming up ♪ better get the party started ♪ rob: that goes on on fox and first. the lights are on. jillian: what is in tailed. you are watching "fox and friends first". >> flipping the script donald trump tossing out his planned speech on taxes in west virginia. >> this was going to be my remarks, would have taken two minutes but - that would have been a little boring. mary mackey blasted democrats for plans to secure the southern
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border. griff jenkins live where the anti-sanctuary movement is sweeping through california. >> here in san diego, on the san diego border, we don't know when it will take some time, the president is sending 4000 troops, and california's sanctuary laws and still upset about oakland mayor libby schaff. >> and incredible phenomena and because sanctuary cities is worse, how about the mayor of oakland where she tells 1000 people to get going, law enforcement is coming to get you. to me that is obstruction of justice. >> this comes as an undeniable backlash against governor brown's controversial sanctuary law, the first city in san diego
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county to join the president's lawsuit against california sanctuary laws. we saw that wednesday but what will happen april 17th the board of supervisors will vote to take any action. we spoke with chairwoman kristin gasper about what she hopes will happen in that vote. take a listen. >> you want to do something more than a resolution, i personally do because that is seemingly meaningless. we will be working to explore any and all options to provide meaningful input into this lawsuit. >> now we wait for the san diego vote at the heart of this, sb 54, and cooperation from federal and local law enforcement and
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regional ice director, how he is impacted. take a listen. >> to put somebody up, we have a routine officer outside the jail and get released, are we capturing all the people? know. we are going to have to put a team together to go out into the community, more dangerous for an officer. >> reporter: mexico, president continues to criticize mexico for not doing enough along the border, mexican amb. to the us geronimo gutierrez saying mexico does not promote or condone undocumented immigration. >> reporter: did you feel the 5.1 quake in la or are you too far south? >> reporter: we didn't feel it. we saw it and it is a bit surprising. >> we learned more about the
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national guardsmen heading to the border, details remain unclear. >> call rove who was george w. bush's chief of staff when he sent 6000 troops to the border says the law is clear. >> when you send the guard to the border they cannot protect the border in a way you think the border patrol does. they are logistical, they free up people in the border patrol to stand on the border and intercept people, backroom operation in terms of detention. the dog handlers, the dogs you see at the check points so the border patrol, and the insurrection act of 1807, the 1980 national guard act,
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national guardsmen cannot arrest people, support logistics, aviation, construction and arresting. >> china vowing to fight the us at any cost, donald trump considers an additional $100 billion, and trade practices and jobs. earlier this week, the 50 billion, soybeans and small aircraft. canadian prime minister justin trudeau, and donald trump vote optimistic. >> to the united states -- >> we will have something fairly soon. we will terminate. >> donald trump has about 2 activate the trade act in three nations unfair to the us and an announcement as early as next
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week. >> more russians following the chemical attack in the uk. the oligarchs in question have ties with latin america and. national security analyst rebecca grant, with more on the president's plan. >> these are billionaires who made money on oil. trump is trying to target individuals close to vladimir putin, hoping to back up teresa may, to retaliate in a controlled way. >> reporter: hundreds of countries issuing sanctions on russian officials. and the release text, and department of justice, peter peter morici 23 text messaging with the page we need to consider the lines of what we disclose to doj for example the
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last stipulation notes we will not disclose. he traveled to london, the russian collusion investigation days after the probe opened up. >> a major nuclear warning as they can strike the us by this summer. >> and weeks ahead of donald trump's planned meeting with kim jong un. jillian: doug lose ater has more. >> reporter: wynwood north korean dictator kim jong un have the baby to launch a missile that that strike the us. the uk thinks after years of missile and nuclear tests north korea could have an icbm capable of reaching us shores.
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this morning from the defense minister in january. >> they will have an icbm capability. the coast of the united states or ourselves. >> reporter: the worst case scenario would be kim jong un could reach that milestone by july 23rd this summer, predicated on the north being able to develop a reliable missile system as well, on both fronts. and new construction with the nuclear reactor in pyongyang upping the ante for the potential sit down between donald trump and kim jong un. we don't know when or where that
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meeting might take place. >> the thunderbird pilot killed, a training flight is identified. the f-16 fighter jet crashing outside las vegas, first season with the thunderbirds and we know the names of the four marines killed in a helicopter crash. capt. samuel shultz, samuel phillips, derek holly and lance corporal taylor conrad losing their lives in that training mission. >> reporter: a dozen people rushed to the hospital after their charter bus flipped in the middle georgia highway. the 18 passengers, one person is in critical condition and several others in serious condition, troopers believe the driver was high on drugs at the time of the crash, booked on dui charges. rob: tim tebo starting the season with some magic.
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look at this. >> the crowd goes wild. the ex-football star smashing a 3 run home run in the first pitch he saw, his first game playing for the mets aa team. rob: rumble pony going on to win 6-0 in the eastern league opener. jillian: it is 11 minutes after the hour. he ordered three officers in cold-blooded was about to be given a chance to walk free. how the victim's family is getting a chance to keep herman bell behind bars. rob: they hung a picture of former president obama but refuse to put up donald trump is a new push to put presidential portraits in every post office across the country. dan donovan live with his
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rob: presidential portraits at the post office, dan donovan want it to be mandatory for offices across the country did sway pictures of donald trump and mike pence. >> the move after new york branch put up pictures of former president obama and vp joe biden but refuse to hang any of the current administration. good morning congressman donovan. thank you for joining us, tell us how this started. >> a constituent visiting the same post office the last 15 years saw president bush's portrait, pres. obama and vp
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biden so a nail in the wall where donald trump and vice president pence's portrait and inquired about it and the post office informed her there is a regulation that prohibits putting the president and vice president's photographs up in a federal building. she came to my office, we're going to drop the bill next week, mandating all united states post office is put the president and vice president's photographs. these two photographs are to be in every post office. this regulation was created in 1974. this is the first president whose portrait hasn't been up. is there a bias? we will make sure no arbitrary decisions on whose portrait is a poor political bias and mandate every post office has donald trump and vice president pence. rob: let's put a picture up of
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the district you hold, new york, a blue state, very blue city, one bastion of conservatism is staten island, you call it the stronghold. it is a lonely fight to get something like this done? any colleagues helping you out? >> there are 12 democrats and me. i'm the only republican in new york city but i think when we get back to washington my colleagues see, no one was aware of this, except thiswoman who went there 15 years, this is how constituents bring issues to our offices and we respond to them but it was clear to me this wasn't such a mistake by the post office, this was intentionally leaving donald trump's photograph out of the post office and we will demand every person in our country expect to see their government
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leaders portraits up. jillian: half the time you go to the post office you're just trying to get in and get out, come on. what has the response been? >> mixed. some say there are more important things, we worked on more than one thing and this was pretty simple, didn't take a lot of time to put together. other people saying it is great, didn't realize there was this regulation. i didn't realize there was this regulation. they put in a regulation in the postal service that you can't put the leader of the free world's photograph up. donald trump's photograph deserves to be up in every one of our post office is. rob: embarrassing this needs to even happen. jillian: we love having you here. rob: 18 minutes after the hour,
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mischief following a very bizarre outbursts. he smashed the window of the tour bus, one of his opponents, a dolly throughout a bus fighter smashing a window during media day. two on board were hurt by that and are unable to fight. the champion was arrested after surrendering to police. jillian: a texas council on charged for yelling at teens for supporting the president, accused of berating two girls for wearing a make america great again shirt. she says i have repeatedly apologized for the bad judgments i used and making the statements i did. she is facing a disorderly conduct charge. rob: facebook under fire yet again accused of crossing a line asking to tag your friends in pictures. jillian: tracy is here to
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explain. >> reporter: facebook challenged on another issue, facial recognition. the electronic privacy information group and several other consumer groups going to file a complaint with the federal trade commission against facebook because of the facial recognition service they have. they say the problem people facebook is trying to tag do not consent to being identified. the group says facebook didn't get proper consent for linking that facial recognition to the individual users. this is something you can opt out of. putting it on the user to take control of that. jillian: anyone else over facebook? rob: never tag a girl in a picture without getting her approval first, you can get in trouble. >> dunkin' donuts testing out a
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snack menu at a few stores in the boston area. on the menu joiner fries, and munchkin zippers with chocolate sauce, ham and cheese roll ups, waffle breaded chicken strips. they are not going to roll this out nationwide yet but dunkin' donuts giving away examples of cold brew from 10:00 to 2:00 pm at participating dunkin' donuts. sounds good. jillian: 25 minutes after the error, he murdered 3 police officers in cold blood and was given a chance to walk free. >> you don't get left out of jail. >> the victim's family putting herman bell behind bars. >> the eagle has landed, a picture standing politely until this bald eagle decided to go
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>> a cop killer's freedom put on hold, a new york judge halting herman bell's release, killed them in cold blood. >> walking free now. >> stopping the release of the black liberation army member. and in 1971, waverly jones, leeward into a building by
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herman bell and others in new york city. after 39 years behind bars, on april 17th. and on behalf of diane claiming the executive law. and many horrible cop killers like him, and the crimes today. and robbed the family. >> this is indeed sensible, we can defend what he did. when you kill a police officer you don't get let out of jail.
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>> and a third officer's blood on his head after the double murder and arlen. and the siege on a police station. of a judge decides not to move the new york lawsuit, bell will be released at a later date. >> the department of justice missing the deadline to hand over 1.2 million documents, alleged fisa abuse, the house judiciary committee chairman bob goodlatte, a second special counsel to investigate the probe and possible 22 abuses. and andrew mccabe, violations of
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the ethics code include lack of candor under oath, lack of candor under oath and proper disclosure of nonpublic information to the media about the investigation into the hillary clinton foundation. they were discovered by the doj and confirmed by the fbi. >> arlington national cemetery slowly running out of space to bury our nation's heroes turning to the public for health. despite estimates that it could run out of space in 23 years. will not have a plot if changes are not made to the current eligibility. virgin galactic launching its first rocket powered flight since a deadly crash four years ago, reaching supersonic speeds before gliding back to mohave
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air and space port. a black flight in 2014 crashed into the california desert killing one of two pilots. >> it may be spring but doesn't feel or look like a, april stowe storms going to hit the planes, midwest and northeast this weekend. >> this year's hurricane season is expected to be as bad as last year's and that was really bad. we are tracking all of this whether. >> swooping in with the good news, more winter weather and hurricane season still several months away. here is the current temperatures across the country, spot of the northern plains falling into the 20s early this morning so feeling late winter in plenty of places, moisture running to those spots looking at no across the northern plains and portions of the midwest towards
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pennsylvania at this point as we pay attention the next couple days, there are some spots where snow will continue to fall into warming trend, not as widespread as the last couple days on the east coast and as far as hurricane season goes, this is 2017, these numbers way above average, typically you see 12 hurricanes in a season. we are looking above average as far as named storms go, not as busy as last year but one we are paying close attention to. still months away so some of these things could change. rob: a bald eagle goes rogue during the national anthem at the minnesota twins home opener. >> very solemn moment and a patriotic moment and uncooperative bald eagle. jillian: the flappy named challenger, lying on paxton's
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shoulder. he stays perfectly still. >> the mishap making a patriotic experience for the picture who is canadian. >> we had challenger at fox before. rob: got a little excited, the national anthem. >> a georgia cop going viral for hugs and songs. ♪ rob: a talented guy. he wanted to spread positivity while on the job. hug a cop campaign embracing somebody new every day. he joined us earlier to talk about it. >> time to share love. so much going on the last year and the season is love one another, put our differences
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aside. jillian: he hopes the campaign will spread nationwide. great message. rob: the opioid epidemic so out-of-control the top dr. of the us is urging the average american to carry an overdose antidote in your pocket. is that a good idea? reading your comments. >> if we are going to get at the root problem of inequity we have to turn the system upside down. >> cynthia nixon not even elected official yet and souring to break the law. her promise to illegal immigrants. >> how do these cars end up smashed on the side of the road? the garbage truck driver who took clearing the street too literally. ♪ voya. we stay with you to and through retirement.
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is good friday morning. former cia director john brennan accused of doing therapy naps bidding. former station chief daniel hoffman claims brennan's criticism towards the president adds to political polarization in the us. hoffman saying, quote, putin understands the best way to foil our democratic processes to link it with a touch of conspiracy to the kremlin. he played into the hands of an adversary trying to widen the partisan divide. nancy pelosi vowing to take away your tax cuts, speaking at a california town hall as part of the repeal the trump tax tour the house minority leader pledging democrats will overhaul the tax bill if they retake the house claiming 86 million middle-class families will see a tax increase from the gop bill but according to the tax policy center the average household
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oversees a tax-cut of $1600. 5% of taxpayers will see increased taxes. >> the surgeon general issuing a stock advisory is thousands are dying from opioid overdoses, he is calling on the public to carry a life-saving overdose antidote. >> the reality is 3 quarters of overdoses are occurring in nonmedical settings so we can't rely on the traditional first responders, firefighters, policeman or emt to save a life. rob: the first national public health advisory and 50 years, 50 states approved access to the life-saving drug, 42,000 americans died of an overdose in 2016, a startling number. should the general public carry a drug that stops or tries to stop and opioid overdose, chris is no, not a medic, not a good idea. he's worried about a lawsuit.
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ken posting on a website said that many take more risks and mortality rates will remain high. cal agrees with the idea writing yes, too many 911 pair to find their child unresponsive and have no way to help them. jillian: silence means survival, doraville a quiet place hitting theaters today. rob: is it worth your box office bucks? kevin mccarthy, jim halpern, scary movie, sounds unusual. >> reporter: you are right, jim from the office is a popular character, one of the most exciting filmmakers working today, it is strange considering how much we loved jim in the office but he directed the film and starred in the movie with his wife emily blunt and tells the story of a family struggling
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to survive from creatures who only attack based on sound. the movie opens in a post-apocalyptic elements, you will see many people around and you are tiptoeing through sequences with these characters as they have to be silent as possible finding food and doing anything normal in their lives, any sound, the drop of anything could lure these creatures toward their house and kill their family. they have three children, scary concept that has a great emotional connection to the characters and scaring you, very effective for a movie and very well directed by john krasinski. i give it 4 out of 5. my only problem is with the lack of dialogue they had to use visual cues to the camera which were a big overusing foreshadowing quality but one thing that is important when watching the film you will be
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paying attention to how your breathing because you don't know if you are breathing too loud which anyone eating popcorn or candy, you are going to hear every bit of that. i was eating candy and having to be quiet about that during the movie. rob: i can't stand listening to people eat when i'm watching a movie, drives me nuts. >> anyone eating popcorn you can hear every popcorn kernel in their bag. rob: we are running out of time. >> leslie mann, this is a very interesting perspective on the american pie element, the idea of three teenage girls with a sex pact to lose their virginity on prom night and parents try to stop them. that is the concept. has good humor.
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the best parts of the movie, not extremely raunchy. they were overusing the r rating, gave a 3.5 out of 5, very funny moments. they are great in the movie but i recommend seeing quiet place or ready player one. jillian: thank you. 15 minutes after the top of the hour. thanks to for massive breach, personal information could be in the hands of hackers right now. how do you protect your privacy, tips to help us stay safe online. happy friday. >> it is happy hour for rob and jillian. if i'm giving you a glimpse here is what it looks like. there is a trade war going on,
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china slapped back immediately. the ramping up by economic superpowers, sebastian gorka, is the president changing his focus on syria? what is he doing? mercedes shellac on trumping trump, did he get more problems for himself? have you heard about white privilege? yesterday george washington university held a christian privilege seminar. i pray it went well. we give you details. i ask you to please get dressed. jillian: we are already dressed. you know what's awesome? gig-speed internet.
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you know what's not awesome? when only certain people can get it. let's fix that. let's give this guy gig- really? and these kids, and these guys, him, ah. oh hello. that lady, these houses! yes, yes and yes. and don't forget about them. uh huh, sure. still yes! xfinity delivers gig speed to more homes than anyone. now you can get it, too. welcome to the party.
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rob: joe biden saying he is considering running for president in 2020 but only if it is against donald trump. he has been making these remarks in private meetings with possible democratic contributors many of them wall street executives. a spokesman says he has not made a decision yet. cynthia nixon not elected yet but already vowing to break federal law promising to turn new york into a real sanctuary state after promising this in a campaign ad. >> if we are going to get to the root problem of inequities we will turn the system up and down. >> nixon making that promise while speaking at a private event in syracuse. >> another day another hack. four data breaches, sachs, lord ann taylor, delta, sears,
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getting it originally by hackers, personal information at risk. what can you do to protect yourself. i feel like i'm getting emails on a daily basis warning me of another hack. what do i do when i get these? >> the worst is when they don't notify you. 37 million records have been breached, this happened in august 2017 and only two days ago did they acknowledge it and do anything about it. jillian: do i have to go through years or months of information? >> yes you do as a matter of fact. especially when we talk about this. we have our personal data under attack and you have to give
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yourself an audit. you may have been a panera bread victim or delta airlines, right to that alert, when it got exploited and giving yourself that audit. jillian: that threaten bold. when that happened - >> how important is it? >> your credit cards and any - deep on those statements. and change the passwords, anything you see associated with any of those exploits and do that dark web search where you put in your email address. and the fact of the matter is it
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is bought and sold. and spoofing other people, it is you. emailing them. >> you can put in your email address and it will tell you if it has been exploited or not. you ignore that for the moment and see if it has been exploited. change the password. change it, don't worry what it says, and i in or out and if it is turning red, change the password of the email account. jillian: i know everything -- >> every tiny little bit of data from our home address - any
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data, the more they have on that the more it is worth online and they start bundling that together, and it is happening more prevalently than it has before. jillian: what are companies doing? >> many are jumping to it right away and correcting that. our credit cards are protected already, you are not liable for any expense, the bank has to absorb that fraud with other accounts like paypal directly to the bank account. when it is gone it is gone. jillian: i had a situation a couple months ago. i will check the link right now. have a great weekend. jillian: 6 minutes until the top of the hour. too clean to see? a man walks into a glass or shattering it. you have to see it.
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jillian: welcome back. it's time for the good, the bad and the ugly. first up the good. this adorable rescue pup becoming a police dog for a dacht the greenville police department launched the program which takes rescue dogs like harvard along adventures throughout the city to promote adoptions in north carolina. rob: so cool. next the bad. 10 drivers waking up to a monster wreck. a philadelphia garbage truck malfunctioned and crashed into a row of parked cars. pushed on top another car. neighbors in that area say it sounded like a train wreck. can you imagine? jillian: finally the ugly, a man walking straight into a door at a shopping center shattering glass everywhere. hilarious moment caught on surveillance cameras in asia. witnesses say the man failed to notice the door because it was, quote, too clean to see. luckily he wasn't hurt. we didn't talk about it in this hour. yesterday we were talking about the masters and how impressive by the way was
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tony, what's his name he is in second now. george spies leading and georgio garcia. rob: collapsed. he broke his ankle and went out and shot one of the best rounds. see you later. >> this was going to be my remarks. would have taken about two minutes. we have to change our laws. and the democrats, what they are doing is just -- it's insanity. >> new details on why the fbi deputy director andrew mccabe was fired. investigative source tells fox news that there were three violations of the fbi's ethics code. >> a major escalation of this potential trade war with china. president trump is now threatening to slap beijing with an additional $100 billion in tariffs. >> the best qualified candidate in this last race was a woman. and she wasn't perfect, but she was way more perfect than many of the alternatives. >> i just want to say thank you to you for the tax cut.


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