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lennox running in a slow motion to home base in california, is brushes his dad off when he tries to interfere but he did make it. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first". have a great day, see you tomorrow, goodbye. >> never lied about having a nuclear weapons program. >> the horrible agreement for the united states. >> breaking overnight, confirming benjamin lytton yahoo's revelations about cheating on the nuclear deal, the clock ticking for donald trump to decide whether or not to end it.
>> the migrant caravan with what the department of justice is doing to stop it. jillian: the graduation crash that ruffled some feathers, the horrifying but hilarious moment two brazen birds during a ceremony. "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ rob: it is tuesday and if you are on the east coast or the midwest it will be a warm day.
jillian: we will see if that plays out. rob: thanks for watching "fox and friends first". jillian: thanks for starting the day with us. mike pompeo conforming bombshell revelations about iran's nuclear activity, that they are real. rob: the white house may negotiate a real agreement, the made 12 deadline to continue sanctions relief. kelly right have details on this. >> reporter: iran crying foul on this. derailing the deal with iran before the made 12 deadline but israel claims iran is in violation of the deal. benjamin netanyahu says the
government is lying about the nuclear weapons program adding iran has been expanding its nuclear weapons program all along and claims he has evidence to prove it. >> iran lied about never having a nuclear weapons program. 100,000 secret files prove they lied. second, even after, iran continue to preserve and expand its nuclear weapons for future use. >> reporter: as iran continues to deny this report secretary of state mike pompeo who reviewed this intelligence report on iran says the facts are authentic stating documents show that iran had a nuclear weapons program for years. iran sought to develop nuclear weapons and missile delivery systems and hid a vast atomic archive from the world and the aia until today. the white house is considering
whether to pool out of the iran nuclear deal before the made 12 deadline, donald trump has criticized the obama administration brokered deal calling it a horrible agreement. >> for 7 years that deal will have expired and iran is free to create nuclear weapons. we will make a decision. that doesn't mean we won't negotiate a real agreement. it wasn't approved by too many people. >> the pres. says if he pulls out of the deal it doesn't mean they won't move forward to negotiate a better and a real agreement. rob: desperate to keep those sanctions released. thank you so much. jillian: donald trump is upfront about wanting to dismantle the iran agreement. until the stick of the obama administration, as long as iran is in compliance. rob: molly hemingway says the
former administration can no longer hide the fact that the deal was built on lies. >> we have been told for so many years iran is in compliance, the ago chamber, getting talking tos out, nothing you can do. today, benjamin netanyahu says it is built on lies. either they are complying or there is a complete falsehood in the foundation of this deal. and donald trump bringing us to the brink of nuclear war and people should think about what about his foreign policy has led us to this place. >> we will get more details on his relapse findings when benjamin netanyahu joins "fox and friends" later this morning. rob: mike warmbier - mike pompeo was on a plane heading for the middle east to take aim at the
iran nuclear deal. pompeo will deliver a speech introducing himself to the state department. the face-to-face meeting between kim jong un and donald trump could be held at the korean demilitarized zone. >> something i like about it because you were there. there is a great celebration to be had on the site, not in a third-party county. >> pres. moon convinced the dictator to hold the meeting at the same site they met, the same place the leaders to make peace, and end the decades old korean war. >> donald trump imposing steel and aluminum tariffs in high-stakes trade talks with
china hours after the terrorist go into effect for canada, mexico and the european union. us delegation will travel to beijing where the pres.'s tariffs have been met with retaliation. tensions boiling over at the border, migrants turning themselves over to inspectors overnight hoping to get asylum but the doj charging 11 suspected members of the caravan. garrett tenney joins us with the latest. >> reporter: 100 migrants on the board away with to be processed after it reached capacity sunday blues not all the migrants wanted to come aboard a patrol agent apprehended several groups of people are crossing the border illegally. 11 individuals facing complaints from the justice department entering the country illegally and jeff sessions said the united states will not stand by is immigration laws are ignored and our nation's safety, 100 miles east of the caravan mike
pence a -- ending the catch and release policy, to live in the country for years before having a hearing. >> this is the beginning of keeping our promise to the american people that we are going to build a wall. this caravan of caravans that have come before are a result of individuals, exploit the suffering of people in central america. >> reporter: donald trump point to the caravan is an immigration of caravan laws being exploited and congress needs to do something about it. >> i have been watching for weeks as the caravan came up, doing the best we can with it but we have to have changes in congress and have to have it quickly. >> reporter: display proclamations by the administration organizers of the caravan have no plans to turn
back. >> customs and border protection, stop rejecting asylum-seekers who try to protect themselves at the port of entry. you know what you are doing, you turn people away, you complain they are breaking the law by entering a legal, you're breaking the law and forcing them to break the law. that is why we have caravans. >> reporter: california governor jerry brown, and the atty. gen. holding a press conference to address the caravan. both have been critical of the trump administration immigration policy. rob: terrifying moment, residential power comes crumbling down in a ball of flame as trapped residents scream for help.
rob: that is unbelievable. a massive fire ripping through the 26 story building in brazil, no word on how many victims were inside that building, local media reports it was the former federal police headquarters but was since abandoned and is occupied by squatters. jillian: a severe storm season ramps up. rob: the system stretching from texas to iowa threatening to bring heavy rain, damaging winds and even hail and tornadoes. janice dean live tracking it all. >> a severe weather outbreak for three days this week lasting through wednesday. a lot of available moisture, the potential for tornadoes, if you have a watch or warning, and in
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rob: mike pompeo confirming a bombshell report from israeli prime minister benjamin net and yahoo, iran was lying before the signing of the iran nuclear deal. >> a start warning that iran hid a vast atomic archive from the world until today. dr. rebecca grant, we really appreciate it. how does this not help and hurt us? >> the information is authentic, the question is about the timing. on the one hand this shows trump was right to be suspicious of this deal. in delicate negotiations with europe, russia and china how to modify the deal, so the question going forward is can the big fix that are signatories to this deal find a good way to modify
it. >> the question is whether this amounts to iran actually cheating on the deal and that is what everyone is trying to figure out, whether or not lying in the years and months before signing the deal means the deal, how do you see it? >> we are pursuing nuclear weapons program, and the technical difficulty, they are still technically in compliance. and technically in compliance but we know this is not a good situation going forward. patty: 1 special report last night, this isn't a smoking gun but a smoking bomb. do you agree? how significant is this? >> this is partly a blow by
israel against iran, they are skirmishing, they attacked each other bit's basis, but don't incursion, showdown, this is the fight going on between israel and iran. it is significant they are cheating but this is not enough in itself to get where we need to go. we need agreement among signatories and iran to accept restrictions on missile development. we have a ways to go. i expect a bumpy ride and oil prices will bounce around as we see this going forward. rob: allies say ending this deal is not a good idea, iran was given so much at the beginning of the deal, but to quote the ambassador, and billions of dollars, in sanctions but we re-up this thing.
and more money, you have a deal you sign, a lot of our allies think we need to stay in. then benjamin netanyahu. >> we know the deal was bad because we should have gotten more at the time but everyone wants a deal with iran. we just need it to be a good deal. it isn't a good deal now, needs to be stronger. trump has been patient, clear to me he would like to stay in or modify it to keep iran from developing nuclear weapons. it comes down to whether france, germany, the uk and us can agree on something that will give them strength and confidence, the deal ends and they can enrich uranium right away. iran is not helping, they say we are rich more uranium now so they are not helping but it is clear they want to stay in but it needs to be the right deal going forward. heather: we appreciate it. 19 minutes after the hour, there
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fought in kabul. it is not clear how they died. extremist group claimed responsibility for twin bombing terror attack that killed 25 people in kabul. jillian: winning the war on terror, the united states closing the command center in a rack, the decision signifying the end of isis combat operations, 5000 us troops spending the last week for years assisting rap's diminishing rack's territory gaining territory lost to isis. rack's prime minister declared the you islamic state defeated last december. brand-new concerns about amazon's latest listening device designed for kids. rob: why parents should be concerned about this. >> reporter: this is a warning from the national society for the prevention of cruelty to children. they say parents should worry about a new device, the
amazoneco.kids addition, is it really appropriate? concerns about this device being hacked and this group wonders is this device recording? amazon says they do not record but this device does come with additional parental control so parents, use caution if you want to buy one for your child. jillian: some things should be left untouched like in the original flavor. >> oreo asked and received new flavors and picked three, cherry call, piña colada and kettle corn. from the sweetie they want people to pick their favorite contenders. >> who is in charge? need to shake it up a little bit
over there. thanks for ruining my appetite. oreo, avocado oreo. jillian: mass amounts of sugar is not good for your health. rob: some stated as addictive as illicit drugs. >> i keep gaining weight like crazy. more than a pound a day. the fda received a petition to add sugar, no medical benefit and high abuse potential. also on that list, heroin, lsd and marijuana. jillian: sugar is contributing to a nationwide obesity epidemic. 26 minutes after the hour. cop killers don't deserve the death penalty because dying is at risk officers sign up for. those comments from a california da candidate. rob: he was dubbed wildlife photographer of the year for
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through the legal -- they could be coming across the border. >> reporter: through a series of closed-door meetings nielsen spoke with fox news at ground 0 not far from the 2017 attack that killed eight armor highway. >> a few blocks from where the isis inspired terrorists, using the internet, inspiring followers to pick a weapon. >> reporter: politics play with every homeland security issue from congressional funding to the border wall. >> when we work with them on legislation it falls apart. >> reporter: the recent deployment of national guard troops. >> don't know why this controversial. >> is that a measure of politics? >> i think the. >> reporter: nation pushes back against critics who say she got the top job because she worked for john kelly. the administration's first dhs
chief. >> works at crossroads. i bring all that experience together because homeland security is a team sport and i play almost every roll. rob: we now know what robert mueller wants to ask donald trump regarding the russia probe. new york times obtaining a list of almost 4 dozen questions from his motivation for firing james comey to contact the trump campaign had with the russians. mueller's team indicated trump's attorneys, he is not considered a target but investigators are interested in whether the president obstructed justice. comedian michelle wolf refusing to apologize for the jokes directed at sarah sanders at the white house correspondents dinner. >> very resourceful but she burns fat and uses the ash to create a perfect smoke, she is
born with it, maybe it flies. never really sure what to call sarah huckabee sanders. >> reporter: wolf telling npr she has no regrets. >> i wouldn't change a word i said. i'm very happy with what i said and glad i stuck to my guns. rob: donald trump skipped the white house correspondents dinner for the second year in a row but called wolf quotemac filthy. top republican candidates in the west virginia senate race will face off on fox news. congressman evan jenkins, patrick morrissey and business and don blankenship squaring off ahead of tuesday's primary to get the republican nomination in a key senate race warning the gop's -- joe manchin's eat up for grabs, bret baer and martha maccallum will moderate the debate and maccallum will break
it down in a special starting at 7:30 eastern time. jillian: a candidate in california sparking outrage after saying cop killers don't deserve the death penalty because it is part of the job. lawrence strauss saying quotemac i feel sorry for the officer, part of the risk they tape being an officer of the law. here to weigh in his law-enforcement panel dr. darren porcher and steve rogers, former member of the joint terrorism task force. you saw the statement, two page statement after he made these comments trying to explain his position. how does it make you feel? >> it is hyperbole because the death penalty has been put on hold since 2014 in california. he is trying to pay this to his base but looking at where he is coming from in terms of supporting police officers it is troubling because police officers are the first line of
defense, something steve can attest to. police officers put themselves on the line every day. the death of a law enforcement officer is adept to society as a whole. we need district attorneys signing shoulder to shoulder with law enforcement in this fight against crime. >> reporter: he talks about the service and dedication to the community, the retired deputy sheriff shot on the job and a lot of connection to the law enforcement community but doesn't seem he understands what they do and how much risk is involved. >> we don't become police officers to get killed but to protect our citizens from getting killed and we don't become police officers be leaving and wanting to cd as like himself and judges release prisoners, career criminals, get them back on the streets and these people kill again.
his statement after the fact is he realizes he made a big mistake and by his statement and the actions of judges who release these bad people, putting police officers at risk. jillian: 23 officers having killed in the line of duty this year, do you compare that to 35 total in 2017, that is disturbing. what do you want people to know about the life of a law enforcement officer? >> when we consider the social contract it affords protections as a society and the rights of individuals to commit atrocities against society and those individuals or police officers protect society. it is necessary we as a community and the nation stand behind law enforcement for jobs they partake in. >> to cop killers deserve the
death penalty? >> they deserve the death penalty and judges who release these individuals on the street, talking about judges, impossible to hold them civilly and commonly liable but something has to be done, creating for police officers on the streets. >> the men and women in our profession don't sign up to be hurt or killed or receive less justice than fellow citizens. should this man be a da? >> absolutely. should resign or get fired. jillian: thank you for your time and service. it is 37 after the our, graduation crashers that richard some feathers, horrifying and hilarious moments two brazen birds sweeping during a ceremony. one year since this terrific joke fell flat. you see that picture? apparently kathy griffin isn't
so sorry after all. >> can't believe it has been a year since the picture was released. >> i take the apology back. jillian: the outrage online about the latest controversial comments. ♪ hello mom. amanda's mom's appointment just got rescheduled - for today. amanda needs right at home. our customized care plans provide as much - or as little help - as her mom requires. whether it's a ride to the doctor or help around the house. oh, of course! tom, i am really sorry. i've gotta go. look, call right at home. get the right care. right at home.
controversial picture that almost cost her her career. take a listen. >> can't believe it has been a year. a year this month this picture was released. >> i take the apology back. >> he had to have her mike cut several times because she continued to curse during the interview. one twitter user says the more they curse and scream of the more donald keeps winning, karen tweets not appropriate for daytime tv. you all have no self respect, the view will let anyone on that show as long as they are not a republican. that is why i don't watch it. taking back the apology did not surprise me but cursing on the view, come on. rob: desperation for attention like -- if they don't do something bold they don't get
it. >> reporter: we heard of wedding crashing before but never seen anything like this. check this footage of a pelican diving into the crowd of a graduation ceremony. that happening at pepperdine university, kind of dry, the pelican did everybody a big favor. if you have seen this movie you know it is true. this is the plot of jurassic park. they just wanted their degrees, the pelicans were trying to find nebo. some commotion, luckily nobody was hurt but the bird did ruffle some feathers.
that is the casualty. if you were at that ceremony, would love to hear it. >> looks like the bird landed on a person. thank you. a man on a mission to meet every living world war ii veteran. >> how old are you? >> 98. >> cellmate how easy it is for you to walk. >> that 20-year-old making his way around the country, joins us to talk about how he is changing the lives of our american heroes. jillian: let's show you todd pyro in morgantown, west virginia where the primary race is heating up ahead of her primary race tonight. >> reporter: we are here a couple miles north of morgantown in fairmont and what a day coming up.
we are talking to people about what they want in a republican senate candidate, the person who will go against joe manchin. there is evan jenkins, patrick morency, don blankenship. we talked to some folks, there are some opinions and we will bring them to you on "fox and friends". and amazing lineup. we have benjamin that yahoo. he made news yesterday as did thomas homan. he will retire as ice director and the amazing condoleezza rice. and unbelievable 3 hours, and unbelievable day on this channel at 6:30, bret baer and martha maccallum in morgantown, west virginia. back to you. rob: looks like a pancake place. rob: we got meet.
philadelphia, good morning. rob: the associated press may have been caught posting what some are calling fakeness the agency tweeting nra bands guns at donald trump's vp pens thees in dallas, it was deleted after the nra pointed out it simply the secret service and their protocol could not allow guns during presidential events. jillian: twitter and musing it sold user data to a researcher, the social media giant says global science research was given legal access to data, no private user information was accessed, run by the same person who helped obtain and sell millions of data without consent. rob: a mission to interview every world war ii veteran before they die. >> how old are you?
walk around for me. >> in the past we for years, has been to 45 states, he is the founder of heroes of the second world war and joins us live. and have you decided to do this from the beginning? >> thank you for the opportunity to talk about heroes of the second world war. to meet in an interview, world war ii combat veterans every single day until the last one passes away. i've always been interested in world war ii since i was a young kid and reading more in depth books about the war. and to talk to this real-life person, and if i want to get in touch with celebrity, had to go
through 1000 people. i started riding my bike to the local retirement home and some of my veterans and i loved it and interviewing all the veterans at the retirement home and went to the next and the next and learning more from veterans than i was in school in the local paper to the story, people started contacting me, and kept expanding my radius and by the time i graduated high school i realized this was what i wanted to do and what i am good at. >> to see someone your age take interest in a war that ended 70, 80 years ago, fascinating and the amount of respect you have is not unwarranted. if you know the history of the war how close it was to being a losing battle for the allies,
how close the nazis were to winning and imagine what europe would look like if they had won and the americans came in and saved the day and save the world but you have a big battle ahead of you, 558,000 world war ii living veterans today, a lot of people. >> i'm trying to do as much as i can on my own. an important part of the interview as a veteran, everyone has a smart phone and every smart phone has a camera and anyone can go to any of these veterans, for future generations. we can document history 200 years from now, people will understand what it was like to grow up in the great direction, what it was like to be attacked at pearl harbor or lie about
your age to get into the service or see your friends getting killed, and after four years, coming home and ptsd wasn't diagnosed, told to man up and move on and they took their uniforms off and went to work. if it wasn't for them we would not be able to wake up in a world -- without any fear of repercussion. the fact we can dream about what to do 30 or 40 or 50 years down the road is a blessing people don't realize, when they were fighting in world war ii at 19 years old. and they were lucky. to talk to them when they are still among us. >> we appreciate it. head to heroes of the second
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jillian: welcome back. it's time for the good, the bad and the ugly. first up the good. do you want free beer this summer? who doesn't. bush gardens is hooking you up. tickets to the amusement park will get you complimentary bills. the promotion runs through august 5th. rob: next the bad. the wildlife photographer of the year is stripped of its first place prize for using a stuffed animal in a picture. a whistle blower alerting the natural museum of london 2017 photo found at the entrance of the park. the photographer has denied that he basically took a fake picture of a fake animal. >> the ugly. alligator nearly the size of a car brings traffic to a halt. officials had to call a local cowboy in to rangle the 12-foot beast off a busy highway outside of houston. no one was hurt. the gator has been released
back into the wild. that is frightening. oh my goodness. rob: glad nobody hit him it would be a big speed bump, too. "fox & friends" and benjamin netanyahu on the show. jillian: have a good day. >> fox news has learned the doj has filed complaints against 11 members of the illegal immigrant caravan. >> we are a nation of laws. we have to have borders. we don't have borders we don't have a country. >> shocking revelations out of israel. >> iran deal, nuclear deal is based on lies. >> and this deal did not block them from getting a bomb. it actually paves their way to an nuclear arsenal. >> three candidates in the west virginia senate race face off in a primary debate. >> i wouldn't change a single word that i said. i'm very happy with what i said. >> when the president of the white house correspondents association said an attack on one journalist is an attack on all journalist think about this is an ta