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"fox & friends first", hopefully you had a great weekend and planning a great week ahead. "fox & friends first" continues right now. i will see you tomorrow. bye. rob: it is monday april 30th and fox news alert, ready and waiting, border patrol standing ground turning away hundreds of migrants trying to enter the country illegally overnight, the showdown at the southern border that's happening right now. >> we are concerned about escalation of threats to israel and the region and ambition to dominate the middle east remains. carley: mike pompeo sending fiery shot as he wraps up trip to middle east. how president trump's new chief diplomat is putting iran on notice. >> young people with tiers -- tears in their eyes apologized
remorseful. rob: prank that went too far and disrespecting, how the teams were taught valuable life lesson. "fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪ ♪ carley: live look at the big apple. i hear it is going to finally to feel like summer. rob: skipping over may and july. carley: i'm not going complain about that. i'm carley shimkus in for jillian mele. rob: i'm rob schmitt. a showdown at southern border, hundreds of migrants vow to go wait until they are granted asylum after a month-long
caravan coming from central america. carley: kelly wright live in washington as the san diego border crossing reaches maximum capacity. kelly, what's the latest. kelly: intense human drama unfolding there, continues to develop along the u.s.-méxico border in san diego as these migrants are hoping to get into the u.s. but u.s. officials say the border crossing is at capacity, hundreds of central american migrants are risking it all for a chance to seek asylum in the united states but after their long your journey by footr train, they find themselves stuck at u.s.-méxico border at the san ysidro crossing where they are not allowing them entry, many are saying they are fleeing violence and seeking safety in america. >> we are fleeing because we know the situation in our country is not within our reach, within our hands to solve problem. we are looking to save their
lives. kelly: concerned about the caravan of migrants coming to america, president trump tweeted earlier, i have instructed the secretary of homeland security not to let these large caravans of people into the country. if you illegally -- >> if you e -- illegally into the country will be in prosecution. kelly: in suárez illegal aliens have been climbing over the wall into the u.s. reportedly to taunt president trump, the president as you know initiated tough immigration policy along the border ordering more troops for border security. back in san diego, they are telling those seeking asylum they will have to wait in méxico because it is full in the area and wait in méxico, could be a long wait. rob: certainly could be. to another fox news alert, isis striking in the heart of
afghanistan, terror group claiming responsibility for a double suicide bombing in kabul killing at least 25 people including 8 journalists. police say the first suicide bomber on motor bike and the second attacker pretended to be news reporter embedding himself among other reporters who rushed to the scene of the first attack. at least 45 other people were injured. carley: horrible. breaking overnight, new secretary of state mike pompeo is wrapping up inaugural overseas trip to the middle east. rob: right now he's jordan taking aim at the conflict in syria and also the iran nuclear deal, doug is live in washington as the deadline to recertify that deal gets even closer. >> good morning, this is secretary of state mike pompeo being sworn in for that job by justice samuel alito last week. he left almost immediately on his first overseas trip as the
nation's top diplomat and stops included belgium, saudi arabia, jordan, israel, he met with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and the two spoke about iran and the possibility that president trump may pull out of the iran deal next month. >> mr. secretary, i think the greatest threat to the world and to our two countries and to all countries is the marriage of militant islam with nuclear weapons. i appreciate the president's leadership and your position on stopping iran from ever acquiring nuclear weapons. >> pompeo specifically referenced moving the u.s. embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem. >> i have been a secretary for handful of hours and i haven't been to my office yet, we are incredibly proud to be opening the new embassy on may 14th, we
are recognizing reality. >> he hope that is the department will in his words get its swagger back. rob and carley back to you, guys. rob: doug, thanks so much. with the recertification deadline looming, president trump may actually see support from the opposition. democratic senator chris coons say ifs the president can get a better deal, he would support. >> i think that it's a terrific opportunity for president trump who made his reputation as a builder to build on the iran nuclear deal and to tale with as you said the areas that were not fully resolved through iran nuclear deal, the ballistic missile program, the terrible human rights record, iranian regime is a dangerous threatening regime and if president trump can successfully lead an effort with european allies to rein in or end ballistic missile program, to put -- to change the outcome of the current iranian deal so that
there isn't a sunset clause, i think these would be positive things that i would support. rob: north korean dictator kim jong un must eliminate his nuclear program if he wants to sit down with donald trump. national security adviser john bolton also suggesting that it's the only way sanctions would be limited. >> i think if he has made a strategic determination that north korea would be better off without nuclear weapons, then we have something to talk about. i think the president would be eager to capitalize on the opportunity. we are here where we are today because of the pressure that the trump administration has put on north korea economic pressure, political military pressure, i think this is widely recognized. rob: all right, a date and location for that expected summit has not yet been set. carley: man accused of murdering sheriff deputy will face a judge
today. police using the fallen deputy's handcuffs to arrest john williams in maine, he's accused of shooting and killing corporal eugene cole, the department veteran will be layed to rest next week. he leaves behind wife and four-grown children. 25-year-old officer oliver johnson hit by a bullet as he -- as the fight escalated outside of house in arkansas, police say he was not the intended target. his children were inside at the time. no arrests have been made. the police department created gofundme account, he leaves behind a fiancée and two young daughters. rob: more than two dozen school kids safe, driving through south carolina when their bus crossed
into the opposite lane and fell down in embankment. the school thanking a trucker for stop to go help injured kids, no word yet on exactly what caused the crash. carley: president trump will be welcoming nigherria's president to the white house marking first visit by first african leader, they will be discussing how to combat terrorism as the country faces a growing battle with boca horon. rob: the president tweeting, quote, the white house correspondence dinner was a failure last year but that year was embarrassment to everyone associated wit. the filthy comedian totally bombed, couldn't deliver lines much like the seth myers weak performance, put dinner to rest or start over. carley: performer mieshal wolf criticized for blasting sarah
huckabee sanders. >> i have to say i'm a little star struck, i love you as aunt lydia, she burns fat and then she uses that ash to create a perfect smoky eye. [laughter] >> like maybe she's born wit, maybe it's lies. i'm not really sure what to call sarah huckabee sanders, what's uncle tom but for white women who disappoint other white women. rob: they were about five feet apart at this event, i mean, it was very awkward at times. wolf defending her comments, tweeting, quote, why are you guying makes this about sarah's looks, i said she burns facts and uses the ash to create a perfect smoky eye, i complemented her eye makeup and ingenuity of materials. carley: okay, white house correspondence association responding to the routine saying last night's program was meant to offer a unifying message unfortunately the entertainer's monologue was not in the spirit
of that mission. so what did you think about wolf's performance at the white house correspondence dinner? send us thoughts on facebook, twitter or e-mail us at fox friend, rob, you were there, you said it was uncomfortable. rob: it was pretty funny in the last couple of minutes but then it became an attack, it's usually a roast, playful joking, this was blatant insults at somebody sitting 5 feet away and kellyanne conway right in front of her. it was an attack. carley: i thought she handled it well, she brushed it off and let it roll off her back. rob: 5:11 now on the east coast, the caravan has arrived. demonstrators demanding entry, climbing the border fence as hundreds of migrants ambush this fence right here along the coast. our next guest works on the border, why brandon judge says the asylum seekers could have no
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rob: hundreds of migrants now on the verge of pouring into the u.s. border as the caravan of asylum seekers arrives. carley: u.s. officials warning there's no space or resources for america rather to accept them so what happens next? here to weigh in president of the national border patrol council and border patrol agent brandon judd, thank you for being here. hundreds of people in méxico,
just a stone-throw away from the united states trying to get in. it didn't work out for them yesterday, but what is going to happen going forward, will the u.s. ever process their claims and if so when? >> well, first, we have to understand they are doing it the wrong way, they should have gone to american consulate there in their own countries whether it's guatemala or honduras, they should have asked for asylum there so claims could have been investigated there in their own countries and then if they had a legitimate claim they would have been given the documents that were necessary to come over to the united states. they're making a mockery of our justice system and what's great is a picture is worth a thousand words and the democrats are making the case right now for border wall because all of your viewers are looking at the pictures of these people climbing on the fence, they're in california, that's in the united states, what they're doing is and illegal act and we've got to stop this and,
again, this is fantastic because it's going to go against them and it's going to work against them in the long run. rob: when you pull the story with americans, not a lot of people think it's a good idea to open up border and allow a flow of people in, that's not a popular idea, the democrats really have gone pretty far left here, and the big argument is you have these people coming in from central american countries like el salvador and honduras, places where there is a bad situation, but they're not at least this group which is much smaller than the group initially started out as, they're not getting asylum out of méxico, they are not trying to get it there, they are trying to go for america, the nicer place, i think that bothers some people? >> and it should because when they're interviewing these people, i have to watch all of the news outlets to see what they are saying and commentary is unfortunately, but when you look at a lot of the commentary, a lot of the people are saying, well, i'm not going the stay in méxico because there's no jobs in méxico, i want to go to the
united states because there's jobs, well, that's not a legitimate asylum claim. asylum is supposed to be for people who fear for their lives, it's not supposed to be because i want to make my life better economically, if they truly feared for their family, they're in méxico, they can stay in méxico, mexico is not considered a country that is as dangerous as honduras or guatemala but, again, what they're doing is they are making a mockery of our system. carley: now immigration advocates would say that these are, you know, women, children and folks that are just seeking safety from gang violence and they'd also say by seeking asylum they are coming here essentially legally, what would you say to those people? >> when they present themselves at por of entry that is actually a legal process but what they are doing is they are forcing the san ysidro port of entry, they are suppose today generate billions of dollars for the american economy and when these
asylum seekers, quote, unquote, asylum seekers go through ports of entry, they make it more difficult for that port to do -- to properly function the way the american public wants it to function, again, the democrats are illustrating why illegal immigration was president trump's number one domestic policy and they will continue to make it an issue and they are going to continue to drive relationships to the polls, just not a smart strategy. rob: just to finish off a real quick question, is the protocol right now for the feds to stop them before they even claim asylum, that where we are at this point, that's what the president has ordererred? >> yeah, so what they are doing is right when they come to the ports of entry, look, we cannot take you at this point. they are just going to cross the border illegally and we will take them into custody. carley: thank you, brandon for being with us today. time now is 19 minutes after the
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committee at all serve a good investigative purpose in your observations? >> not that i can see. it wrecked the committee and damaged relationships with the fisa court, the intelligence communities, it's just a wreck. rob: this after the house intelligence committee released a redacted version of redacted finding no evidence of collusion between president trump's campaign and russia in the 2016 election and congressman trey gowdy defending findings after james comey's criticisms, he claims if there was any collusion, they would have found it already. >> i have more confidence than executive branch investigations than i do congressional. i won't say it's a wreck. the witnesses we talked to, no one said that they had any evidence of collusion and i participated in almost every one of those interviews and i'm the one who asked the questions, so from the standpoint of where these matters are best investigated, i don't think it's in congress right now for myriad
reasons one of which margaret when you start with a conclusion which adam schiff did you have evidence of collusion and never share it with anyone, that investigation is not likely to turn out well. rob: house intelligence committee has been investigating russian collusion for more than a year and a half. carley: bar owner who kicked man with make america great hat is getting death threats. greg claims the bar discriminated against him for his political beliefs, the bar said he was being drunk and ba -- belligerent. rob: group of veterans teaching high school kids a lesson, look at this, the seniors taking prank too far, seniors 2018 and
hanging it up as georgia school. carley: one veteran said they told the students what the flag truly represents and those who have died fighting for it. >> two of the young people with tears in their eyes, apologized, remorseful. carley: the teens understand what they did was wrong and didn't mean for it to be so disrespectful. rob: yeah, they bone-head moment, that's okay. 26 minutes after the hour, talking tough, president trump's team sending a stern message to rogue nations around the world. >> we are here where we are today because of the pressure that the trump administration has put on north korea. >> iran's ambition to dominate the middle east remains. rob: is this the foreign policy that america needs right now, we debate that next. carley: could having a cup of joe help you talk to joe or jane or anyone, the reason why to
so i can keep growing my business in big leaps! what's in your wallet? carley: fox news alert, showdown in border, making mass fiduciary over asylum overnight. some migrants scaling the border wall after u.s. officials warned port of entry reached maximum capacity. nearly 08% of asylum seekers passed initial screening from october through december, few are expected to win asylum. and vice president mike pence is headed to our southern border today, customs and border protection officials will brief him on construction and give him a firsthand look at the work being done near san diego. it's the vice president's second visit to the border since taking office. president trump toured the area last month and mass evacuations
overnight at arizona's wild fires torched more than 8,000 acres, hundreds of firefighters battling 40-miles-per-hour winds as flames inch closer to homes, the cause of the fire in north eastern part of the state is still unknown. turning now to fight against opioids, drug manufacturers pushing back after 15 states proposed legal evasion to impose a tax on prescription pain killers, dr. nicole saphier says this might not be the best way to get drug makers to cover the costs of the epidemic that has still been ravaging the country. >> my concern is levying tax on the pharmaceutical industry is going to do nothing except raise drug prices even further for those who legitimately are taking medication. yes, taxing pharmaceutical may bring in a little bit of revenue but that is not going to make a dent in the opioid crisis.
carley: more than 42,000 people died from opioids in 2016 alone. and the mystery of the missing tree now solved, photographer has noticed tree given to president trump had disappeared from the white house lawn days after being planted only a yellow patch of grass remained but turns out the tree was moved and put in quarantine, it will be replanted very soon. so no drama there. rob: that's what i was wondering mike pomp bow wrapping up trip to middle east after sending warning to iran that the u.s. is ready to pull out of the nuclear deal. and he's not the only one of president trump's team sending a stern message to nations around the world. >> if, in fact, kim has made a
strategic decision to give up his entire nuclear weapon's program, then i think deciding on the place and date should be fairly easy. >> we remain concern of concerns of escalation of threats and iran ambitions to dominate middle east remains. rob: is this the foreign policy that america needs right now? here to debate media ron myer and democratic strategists antoine, thank you for coming on this morning. >> good morning. rob: ron, we will start with you, after 8 years of relative softness as far as foreign policy and predictility, i think, this is completely different. nobody knows what the president is going to do at any given time and he doesn't seem to be shy about starting a fight, what do you say? >> well, whether you look at trade or different negotiations like trying to reopen the iran deal, there's no doubt that we are going to be in a better position at the end of the day, the iran deal obviously wasn't the best deal for the united states and i think europe is
going to be open to looking at it in trying to see if it could be made stronger and how is that not better for the united states? if you look at trade, obviously the negotiations have only gone our way, yes, there were tariffs and costs in the short term but countries like south korea have changed trade laws to be friendlier to the united states and we hear about china and those negotiations. the elephant in the room with north korea, things are more hopeful than they have ever been, when you have pompeo and bolton who are hawks, it puts you in great negotiating position. rob: republicans are quick to take a lot of credit and the president to take a lot of credit where we are in the negotiation, democrats say we have been promised before and had the rug pulled out from all of us but there has been some progress made, kim jong un is at the table and walked across the
dmz last night that was something. >> it's been progress made but we are not across the finish line yet and the president wants to raise hand in victory before we get finish line and we have to be strategic and think long-term when it comes to issue of foreign policy because this was supercede trump, this will supercede his administration, this will supercede a republican-controlled congress, this will supercede partisan politics in the country. we have to be strategic and smart about any foreign policy decision going forward. rob: as far as iran goes, you have democrats like we have chris coons on fox news sunday with chris wallace saying that there is an idea for a better deal on the iran nuclear deal, democrats admitting that that deal wasn't that great, that we could make that a lot better. >> of course, we could have made it a lot better but i think we have to get out this notion of the redo and undo policies,
sound bite and tweet purposes, we have to really think long-term and be strategic about what we do. >> i don't think there's any doubt that adding strings attached, we should have real inspectors instead of iran telling us ted cruz okay. we don't know if this is going to work great or not, the country should be genuinely excited about this. if we solve the korean conflict, if this administration solves the korean conflict that would be monumental and historic contribution. we should be rooting for this -- rob: let me cut that off. we are talking about media, the democrats giving the president credit as far as some accomplishments he has had.
antone you said the president gets in his own way. >> as soon as it's time for him to get credit where he's partially due he gets distracted by a tweet and other matter and the attention gets away from where he earns credit. i'm not one that you should get credit for an assignment until it's complete and the republican party and right-wing media wants to do that, i've never lived by that concept. rob: ron, the president's permit for a lot of people can be a lot to digest but there have been great strides made, a lot of people love the idea of taking back some rights in trade deals and making the deals fair, it's very refleshing after all these years of losing in some of the deals, right? >> it's so funny, the democrats attacked -- they can't attack the policy because tax cuts are working -- >> tax cuts are not working, ron. >> they attack personality when the personality is actually helping on policy, there's no
doubt personality that's the reason we are in the position we are with north korea, they are afraid of trump and that's one of the reasons they are coming to the negotiating table. same thing on trade. without the personality and this approach, there's no doubt that we could not be where we are without this style of presidency. >> ron, north korea has been here before let's not be fooled that they will not take the position they've taken before when they have been in this position before. rob will be we don't know. we have to wrap it up there, we are certainly taking a different approach. we shall see where it ends. gentlemen, thank you for coming on this morning. carley: interesting debate. rob: always interesting debate. carley: the most popular man the building is here right now. rob: i know, wait till you hear what the high temperatures will be. carley: adam, you have good news for you, right? >> i almost come talk about snow, it's nice to have good news. it's a little bit on the cool side across portions of the midwest, east coast, all the warm air in the center of the
country will be shifting towards the east coast, the eastern half of the country in the next couple of days as you begin numbers in mid-80's fanls more -- if you believes by wednesday and thursday, a defined line in the middle of the country, every time you get warm air and cold air coming together like a lot of moisture from gulf of mexico, that's where you can see severe weather and i do think will be happening today stretch to go portions of texas and upper plains that lingers, the warm temperatures linger, that means severe weather potential will linger, we are looking at it today into tuesday or wednesday, guys, eventually thursday. we will be hitting 80's degrees and hoovering all the way to thursday. carley: i like the warm weather but i don't like the rain. i will give you a b minus.
39 minutes after the hour, they are in the country illegally getting bayousing taxpayer dollars, what chicago is doing today to help undocumented immigrants fly under the radar. >> i'm never really sure what to call sarah sanders, white women who disappoint white women. rob: falling flat, the white house correspondence comedian trashing the women of the trump administration right to their faces, comments are pouring in on this one. carley: the concert tickets on sale happening right now. spell-bindingly good?
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carley: i like the song. rob: one of us likes it. live look outside of new york city there, empire state building right there. beautiful shot. good-looking morning and we are back. days after a historic sign of good will on the korean peninsula, south korea says it will remove propaganda, loud speakers right there in the border of dmz, seoul expecting north korea to do the same. pledged to make peace and 65 years end the korean war. carley: on a related note of
sorts, dennis rodman has down to thank, the fact that when i went over there the last time for kim's birthday i game him donald trump's book, think he didn't realize who donald trump was at the time, i gave him the book so he could understand him. rodman has taken several trips to north korea and says he's pals with the north korean dictator. rob: was there any ever doubt that dennis rodman would have fixed -- president trump slammed comedian who performed at the white house correspondence dinner on saturday. carley: the white house correspondence dinner was a failure last year but this year was embarrassment to everyone associated with it, the filthy comedian totally bombed, couldn't even deliver her lines much like the seth
myers weak performance, put dinner to rest or start over. rob: michelle wolf blasting sarah huckabee sanders. >> and i'm not sure what to call sarah huckabee sanders, what's uncle tom but for white women who disappoint other white women? rob: white house correspondence association responding, last night's program was meant for unifying message unfortunately it was not in the spirit of that mission. carley: so we asked on social media what you thought of white house correspondence dinner. rob: her act ended her career add comedian if that's what she was because it wasn't funny at all, very disrespectful. carley: it's not up to me to accept the association's apology, it's up to them to ensure that such disgusting offensive people like this don't get the national stage. rob: rachel chiming in on twitter, if they wanted unity
they have a poor way of should go it. carley: sarah huckabee sanders endured the most attacking attacks imaginable with dignity and grace befitting a great woman. i'm sorry she was expose today such hate, i'm sorry that such hate exists in our country, keep your comments coming because this is a big talker today. rob: fox news alert, live look at secretary state of mike pompeo leaving the nation of jordan and heading back to washington, d.c. he's been in a number of middle eastern countries over the last few days, kind of getting, getting bearings in his new job as secretary of state. carley: hitting the ground running. rob will be about to get on plane and head on home, maybe 10-hour flight from jordan to the u.s. fatal flight fallout backlash for southwest airlines after a mother was killed when she was
nearly sucked out of a window, the brand-new legal battle that the airline is now facing. carley: first, let's check in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends". >> hello, carley, hello, rob. hello, everybody, coming up on "fox & friends" a dozen minutes from now, the bookers have been working overtime. we have great guests including professor jonathan turly from washington, d.c. he will be talking a story nobody is talking about, former dni director james clapper action looked like political manipulation, also michelle malcom is in town, new york city that is, one of her films screened last night. proud of her, she will tell us about that. kevin brady of house ways and means hinted there could be a phase two to tax cuts, he will give us exclusive details this monday morning, and jason chaffetz fox news contributor. rob: i saw you golfing over
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carley: today illegal immigrants in chicago can get official id cards, mobile printing stations will be set up around the city making the city key easier to get. card acts as a valid government issued identification and can be use today file police reports, get married and get books tat library, criminal
background checks and status will not be checked. >> we talk about hostile environment created by government, there's a hostile environment created by their president as well and it's ironic, the architect of the hostile environment in this country is inviting, has invited the architect of the hostile environment in the usa to london rob: mayor city khan backing those who wish to protest meeting with theresa may. carley: well, she prayed and feared for her life. one passenger on the doomed southwest flight where the engine exploded and a mother was nearly sucked out of the window now taking legal action. rob: tracee carrasco with the lawsuit that southwest is now facing.
tracee: good morning, a woman has filed lawsuit against southwest, she was sitting 3 seats behind the window where the woman was out and died. the woman is claiming posttraumatic distress disorder and this is the first lawsuit that we are hearing about but when the accident happened, southwest passengers were sent checks for $5,000 for immediate needs also given 1,000-dollar travel vouchers, so we will see if there are anymore lawsuits to follow. carley: i have a following there's probably going to be somemore. tracee: yes, 20-dollar tickets to more than 2,000 show this is summer put on by live nation. starting this morning at 8:00 a.m. local time you can get the cheap tickets online and so there are some big names with the shows, brad paisley, imagine dragon, so this deal start this
is morning, goes through may eighth, of course, other fees associated with it if you want to upgrade tickets and then the ticket processing fees, but still $20 is $20. rob: time for summer. carley: at least you're there. rob: tracee, thanks so much. 55 minutes after the hour, of all the things not to do at airport security, one man got busted for hiding a knife inside a shampoo bottle. carley: a dolphin knocks a surfer off the paddle board. the hilarious video going viral online. check that out. we're on a mission to show drip coffee drinkers, it's time to wake up to keurig. wakey! wakey! rise and shine! oh my gosh! how are you? well watch this. i pop that in there. press brew. that's it. so rich. i love it. that's why you should be a keurig man! full-bodied. are you sure you're describing the coffee and not me?
focus more. make them feel better about the feel he this they are talking to. >> next the bad. a man is busted trying to bring a knife onto the plane by hiding it into a shampoo bottle in his carry-on. stopped by tsa in north carolina. there you see it. >> yikes. finally the ugly. a paddle boarder goes one-on-one with an ugly dolphin.
>> oh my gosh. that dolphin line backer. the dolphin smacking the man off the board as it tries to chase fish in australia. luckily he is a okay. thank goodness it wasn't a shark. >> we will see you later. >> a mass push for asylum on the southern border as a band of my grants puts tough tough on immigration to the test. >> if we don't get border security. we'll have no choice. we will close down the country. >> this week's historic summit has set the stage for a face-to-face meeting between president trump and kim jong un. >> this administration has its eyes wide open. we know the history. we know the risk. >> and i'm never really sure what the culture has to be standard. uncle tom for white women who disappoint other white women. >> poor sara huckabee sanders had to sit there and endure personal slights unworthy of a drunken