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julie: monday may seventh, hot lava and toxic gas. dozens of homes as hundreds of small earthquakes in parts of hawaii, escalating disaster in big island happening right now. rob: vice president mike pence talking the iran nuclear deal with the uk today just days before the deadline, how john kerry is now being accused of shadow diplomacy to try and save the deal that he helped to broker. >> helping terrorists connect, facebook's feature help hundreds of jihadists around the world find each other? "fox & friends first" continues right now.
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♪ ♪ rob: all right, happy monday to you. 5:01 ear on the east coast and looks like it's going to be pretty nice day. jillian: i hope to, i love the song, by the way. rob: good morning, i'm rob schmitt. jillian: and i'm jillian mele. sheriff's deputy fighting for his life after being shot in the head. rob: responding to a call about a cat being shot when the suspect then pulled the trigger and shot him in lake placid, florida, the gunman as joseph ables has been arrested. the man has a history of harming police officers, 9-year veteran of the force, serves with brother who is a detective and a
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lot of people pulling for him this morning. jillian: 26 homes are destroyed as lava flows intensify in killer volcano. jillian: look at this video, brand-new video showing molten rocks spewing and the hot lava giving up pois-- poisonous gas. kilauea is one of the most active in the world. rob: today vice president will meet allies. jillian: the regime warning a withdrawal would be historic mistake. rob: griff jenkins with more on the meeting and efforts to try and save the deal, griff. griff: good morning, rob and
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jillian, trying to convince the president to stay in the iran nuclear deal. johnson who meets with vice president pence this afternoon says in op-ed, the deal has weaknesses but can be remedied this as mack thornberry said the president should delay. >> maybe best to delay a bit more he is deadline of this month and put the french and the british up to the test about whether it is possible to get this other sort of agreement. >> meanwhile iran's president refuses to open negotiations. >> we tell the whole world, america, europe, the east and the west, we will not negotiate with anyone over our country's weapon and defense. griff: and there are reports that former secretary of state, john john kerry, has been engaging in what some are
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calling shadow diplomacy to try the save the deal and he's facing criticism from john lieberman for doing so. >> i hope everybody he's talking to knows that but in my opinion what he's doing is inappropriate and she shouldn't be doing it. griff: president trump has said on multiple occasion that is he would pull out of the deal on may 12th. pompeo has a press conference this afternoon, we may learn more. jillian: time will tell, that's for sure. the white house ramping up efforts to confirm gina haspel as first female cia director. rob: causing a stir in washington ahead of her senate hearing, todd piro joins us now. >> the white house is not
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backing down on its support for president trump's pick to lead the cia. administration officials saying, quote, her nomination will not be derailed bipartisan critics who side with the aclu over the cia on how to keep the american people safe. this all comes after haspel reportedly toyed with withdrawing nomination over scrutiny of interrogation program. some democrats demanding that the cia lift the vial off 32-year undercover career. i'm floor with the classified material. i think the vast amount of this can be classified. i think the agency is covering up her background because if the american people knew what i knew, i think there would be many senators who would say, look, there's no choice but to reject her confirmation but some say, lawmakers need to look no further than her qualifications. >> she's also the first woman to -- would be the first woman to lead the cia which usually democrats would be excited about and support, but because of her
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involvement in some post 9/11 enhanced interrogation, the democrats have decided to to relitigate the entire mid-2000's again. >> promoting deputy director, haspel falls in line with what the trump administration needs. >> with the president who does not always attaches decision to the real world, to data, to evidence, gina haspel is the one woman i want in the room when everybody would be going, you're right, boss, gina haspel won't. >> questions when gina haspel faces intel committee. jillian: thank you. rob: u.s. ambassador heading overseas, reporting for duty days after being sworn in by vice president pence, opposition from senate democrats delaying confirmation by nearly 8 months.
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previously served as united nations spokesperson during the george w. bush administration, he will join us live at "fox & friends" coming up at 7:20 eastern time. jillian: president trump won't have to comply if he's subpoenaed in the special counsel russia probe, that's the message from his newest lawyer rudy giuliani. >> he's the president of the united states, we can assert the same privilege as others have. hillary clinton's treatment is what i'm looking for. no under oath, only a q&a and then we get the questions in vabs and they write the report two weeks before. jillian: former new york city mayor the president pleaed the fifth if he testifies in probe. he would be open to interview in the investigation he calls a quote, witch hunt. rob: top house republican will push to hold attorney general jeff sessions in contempt of congress, devin nunes calling for the move amid the investigation into the doj and fbi for alleged surveillance
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abuses during scrutiny of the trump campaign and add vier -- adviser carter page. >> last week we sent subpoena and on thursday we discovered that they are not going comply with the subpoena. we need to move quickly to hold the attorney general in contempt. that's what i will press for this week. rob: no providing documents to his committees investigation. jillian: fox news alert now, you're taking a life look at vladimir putin being sworn in for a fourth term as president of russia just moments ago entering the grand kremlin palace. by the end of his term he would have been empower for nearly a quarter of a century. well, back here at home, first lady melania trump will reveal platform to help our nation ice children, according to spokesperson she will concentrate her initiative on a range of issues like social media, health and addiction instead of tailoring it to a
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specific topic. announcement is scheduled for 3:00 o'clock eastern in the white house rose garden. rob: all right, 8 minutes after the hour and fox news alert, a florida sheriff's deputy shot in the head now clinging to life, we are live with brand-new te tails about this suspect's violent past. jillian: remember when the left said, former national security adviser mike flynn violated the logan act, -- >> not only mike flynn but so would trump. >> leave it to the trump administration to bring out the logan act. jillian: where's the outreach of john kerry salvage iran deal.
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rob: iran deal now on the chopping block as president trump will decide its fate by the end of this week. jillian: we are now learning that john kerry has been secretly meeting with both iranian and european officials to discuss saving the deal. so is this the real collusion? here the weigh in former state department official under president trump and george w. bush. thank you for joining us this morning, what do you think, is john kerry undermining the president? >> definitely it is. there used to be a saying sayint differences end at the water's edge, that's gone by the wayside, john kerry, leave it to john kerry to take it who -- to a whole new level, senior diplomat and also met with germanses and the french in an effort to undermine the president's foreign policy. rob: how should this be responded and what should happen to john kerry in light of this?
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>> he should be prosecuted under the logan act, i don't particularly like the law. it was use today threaten people , but if it's going to be used against republicans and it was certainly used against mike flynn to create entrapment, if you will, it's a pretty plain that he's in violation of the act so why not throw it at him? jillian: part of logan act, any citizen without authority of the united states directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence with any foreign government with intent to influence the measures in relation to to any disputes should be titled or imprisoned, what do you think? >> it's been used. john kerry is probably not going
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to test against himself and i don't think the foreign minister will. if congress doesn't like it, they can repeal it. we have to have fairness. the laws have to apply to everyone. jillian: right. rob: let's listen to chairman of the arm forces committee talking about the whole situation. >> i'm not necessarily opposed to sticking with the deal forever, you need to have clear idea of next steps, maybe the best thing for the president to delay a bit more the deadline of this month and put the french and the british up to the test about whether it is possible to get this other sort of agreement. rob: so christian, hearing his side, and that was from yesterday, when you look at this thing, i think what it is is that you have all of the different voices saying, we need to stay in the deal, all of europe, most democrats, a lot of republicans too, what bothers the american people and what i think bothers the trump administration, we enter deals and we negotiate with the horrible countries that hate us and we try to basically pay them
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to play nice, i mean, that boths people. >> right, and the american people know exactly what the iranian regime is about. we may have iranian moderates that we can reach out to but iranian government has been at war with the united states. the idea is to move beyond this appeasement pact to be able to put tougher sanctions on iran if they do violate, you know, build up a nuclear arsenal or do other things that are harmful to us. so also, you know, the president was clear, he took the side of the iranians who were in the streets protesting the regime and so those are the fundments of big and important policy. jillian: christian, we have to let you go, what do you think ends up happening? >> i think the president pulling out. it looks like it's heading in that direction.
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jillian: thank you for joining, we appreciate it. we have more on fox news alert, sheriff's deputy fighting for his life this morning after being shot in the head while responding to a call in lake placid, florida. rob: kelly has the very latest this morning, kelly. >> this has been difficult night, one of their own had to be aired-backed out. that's what they were responding to. the sheriffs say that deputy william and training officer arrived here last night, they were responding to a complaint that a neighbor had shot another neighbor's cat, the sheriff says deputy left his training officer with the neighbor who called the police and then he went to the door of the man who allegedly shot the cat and not longer he got to the home of 69-year-old so receive edward ables when he was shot before he even had
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chance to pull his own weapon or return fire. now we are told he's in critical condition with at least one injury and that injury is to the head. at this point highland's county sheriff is asking for the community and the country to pray for deputy gentry. >> we would ask that you continue to pray for deputy gentry and hopefully that will give him the strength to pull through this. >> we are told that gentry comes from a law enforcement family and that his brother is also a deputy here in highland county. meanwhile, they tell us that they do have the subpoena in custody, he's in stranger to law enforcement here, he has at least multiple felony convictions including at least one count of battery on a law enforcement officer, guys. jillian: thank you very much. rob: scary time to be a police officer, kelly, thank you. 18 minutes after the hour,
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online for $180, the fda has issued a warning against using techniques at home saying it is against the law. rob: facebook under fire for letting terrorists friend each other, report by nonprofit counter extremism project, the suggested features allows to recruit new members around the world, one researcher saying that they were bombarded with proisis friend suggestions after connecting with extremist on the site base fook said it is aggressively working to remove terrorists content. jillian: starting today restaurants, movie theaters and super markets are now required to show calorie counts. [laughter] rob: tracee carrasco. tracee: starting today you will see calorie counts just about everywhere, the fda delayed national compliance by a year so that's going into effect today
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as you said restaurant menus, convenient stores, movie theaters, just about everywhere. the senate for science and public interest, they say that about 50 calories are cut per meal when they do show the menu counts, this is all an effort to curb obesity, also help lower healthcare costs so we will see if it works, i know for me when i see the calorie count it makes me pause but usually i will still go with dessert. jillian: i know you very well, you do go for the dessert. tracee: can't help it. breaking records, since it opened now in just the 11 days since its release, crossed the 1 billion-dollar mark globally, it's now brought in $1.2 billion and also broken yet another record for the second highest, second-weekend of all time in
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north america with $112.5 million, the previous record holder was black panther, but 2015 star war it is force awakens still holds the record with $149 million. jillian: crazy, isn't it. tracee: a lot of money there. jillian: thanks, tracee. rob: deadly road rage manhunt, the urgent search for the suspect who stabbed a national guardsman to death. rob: such a disturbing story and emotional plea from the family. jillian: president trump calling russia's probe since the very beginning. >> this is a witch hunt. all we hear is about this phoney russia witch hunt. jillian: so after two major setbacks in collusion case was
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rob: back with fox news alert, urgent manhunt for person who stabbed guardsman. cody's family pleading for answers after witnesses arguing with another driver who fled the scene. >> he was in tour in iraq and he was in qatar. he loved everyone. [inaudible] >> please come forward. rob: terrible story, recently helped with hurricane relief in houston and police, police releasing photo in hopes of witnesses reaching out with more information if you might have
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seen what went down. israel will decide whether to slash payments to families of dead terrorists, pays the families of those who have been killed or in prison for attacks against israelis, israel calling the payment an incentive for violence, the law is similar to the taylor forced act passed in march named after army veteran killed by a palestinian terrorist. also cuts 30 million in american aid to the palestinian authorities. jeff sessions is heading south to take on immigration enforcement at the border. the attorney general will be in san diego today along with outgoing director, the final group of caravan out of hundreds were granted asylum at the san ysidro port of entry. candidates have hours to make case before millions of voters head to polls, primaries getting underway tuesday, west virginia,
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ohio, north carolina and idaho but editor at large for ballot pete says all eyes should be on republicans in west virginia. >> there's three republicans in the primary, jenkins, morris and blankenship, jenkins or morris if they win nomination, it's clearly a toss-up race, blankenship spent time in prison, if he wins, then i think you to say manchin will breathe a whole lot easier. rob: republicans buy if for senate seat currently held by democrat joe manchin after west virginia typically blue state voted for president trump in 2016. jillian: not one but twice does robert mueller's gets a blow, comes 2 days after judge questions mueller's scope.
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here now to debate gop strategists jim and josé muñoz. do you think this is a witch hunt as far as russia farm troll case anyway? >> we have the let robert mueller do his job and get to the bottom of the investigation. we have to understand the amount of questions that robert mueller has to go for the president and shows how central the president's evidence might be to the potential case. jillian: jen, do you agree? >> it certainly is a witch hunt to josé's point, we have been allowing robert mueller to do his part for almost 2 years now and what you have here is actually quite significant. i think this is the most important development you have seen in the russia investigation case since the day it started. you have basically two federal judges within the last 96 hours
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calling into question whether this investigation should even exist. first in i indictment of paul manafort, the judge in that case is visorated the mueller team saying they didn't have the scope of looking into the manafort case and the judge went so far to say that robert mueller's team was overly political in this going after manafort in order to get to trump using some old tax evasion statute to do so. so i think that very bad weekend for mueller special counsel team. jillian: josé you made mention a couple of minutes about letting the investigation go, but how long in your opinion should this be taking until the public eventually says, we kind of don't care anymore because there's other things going on in the country in. >> sure, that's true, we have the med terms coming up as well and that might have some sort of -- we have to be careful. we have to let the voters decide
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what happens in the midterm but to your question, how long should this take, look, as long as there's evidence, robert mueller needs to ask questions to the president, hopefully that happens, hopefully they don't try to resist. i did see rudy giuliani that they would deny any subpoena from the special counsel, we have to see what happens. democrats just as much as republicans want this to end as soon as possible but we need to get to the bottom of it. >> i like josé, just like audiotape democrat he wants it to take as long as it could take because the -- >> that's not true. >> look, mueller better be careful here, there was a new quinnipiac poll that showed the american people are tiring of the russia probe, mueller's own political favoritism is down 10 points, it's moving in trump's direction 5 to 7 points. this is about as interesting as the midterm races go when you look at approval ratings of both mueller and trump here,
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definitely moving in trump's direction and the american people souring on the special counsel. jillian: we had two incidents in the last couple of days, we talked about the russian troll farm case but a separate judge in a hearing for paul manafort suggested that mule --'s team lied, what do you think about that? >> i don't think he necessarily lied. this judge is obviously looking at the evidence and making his own decision but i don't think he lied. robert mueller is very well respected from both sides of the aisle, look f trump has nothing to hide, sit down with robert, answer the questions and we will get to the bottom of it. jillian: do you think that president trump should sit down and answer the questions? >> look, if they weren't setting a trap for him i would think that would be fair but there's to guaranty that the special counsel would be fair, look, i think what's really key here is watching this all play out. they've had unfettered access to this.
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the judge right there very harsh on the special counsel's team and i think rightfully so telling them to wrap this up and to make sure they're within their scope here which does not appear that they are, so it'll be interesting how this turns out. jillian: jen, josé, we appreciate your time this morning. >> thank you. jillian: time to get a look at the forecast as meteorologist janice dean, janice, feeling more like spring this morning. janice: it is, i'm enjoying it, i don't really like the winter and then the summer. cross over to the south and it's going to feel like summer time, so some parts of the country feeling like spring, other feeling like summer time. we don't have any big storms to tell you about. across the appalachians, not a big storm system, just some
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scattered showers and thunderstorms today. otherwise looking at the map, again, feeling like summer time across texas and arizona, the southwest is really feeling the heat especially phoenix setting records already, well over 100-degrees for phoenix, arizona for the next five days, the average this time of year is 91. and there your temperatures in new york city, 71, we love it, 74 on wednesday, it's going to remain hot across the south. cooler across the northern tier of the country. i like it. i like no storms, i like no snow. [laughter] rob: sounds great. nine months of summer for phoenix every year. love that. jillian: absolutely. thank you. rob: 37 minutes after the hour, safe spaces for gun owners, how the sanctuary movement to protect the second amendment just got bigger. >> so donald trump and his pathetic band of white privileged criminal businessmen.
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[cheers and applause] >> ii would like to say to him niet. >> she definitely made clear how she feels about president trump and now helping democrats too much, carley shimkus with that reaction. good morning. rob: good morning. excuse me a minute... hi dad. no. don't try to get up. hi, i'm julie, a right at home caregiver. and if i'd been caring for tom's dad, i would have noticed some dizziness that could lead to balance issues. that's because i'm trained to report any changes in behavior, no matter how small, so tom could have peace of mind. we'll be right there. we have to go. hey, tom. you should try right at home. they're great for us. the right care. right at home.
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headlines 24/7 siriusxm 115. carley: o'donnell donated more than limit, people aren't allow today donate $2,700 to any particular candidate, she donated 4,070 oh dollars to alabama senator doug jones and $3,600 to pennsylvania congressman connor lamb, rosie says she didn't know she was doing anything wrong telling the post, nothing nefarious, i was not choose to go over donate, if $2,700 is the cutoff, candidates should refund the money. i don't like to see who i can donate most to, i just donate assuming they do not accept what is over the limit. but she also reportedly used at least 5 different addresses and four different variations of her name to donate causing some folks to sound off. trump is on his way to nobel peace award, you're on the way to jail, life is perfect in
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america, so that guy clearly does not like rosie o'donnell, another twitter user said, if you knowingly exceeded donations limits, why did you feel need to use several variations of name and five different addresses, a lawyer does said that people don't get penalized for over donating, they will return the money to you or use it in another election. rob: the last tweet hit the nail on the head, perfect one. carley: that's the fishy part. she should address that. rob: nra versus a restaurant in dallas? >> the nra convention took place in dallas over the weekend and one restaurant owner is under fire for using the extra business to donate to gun control charities, he's the owner of ellen's restaurant, he printed the message at the bottom of receipts, a portion will be donated to organizations dedicate today implementing reasonable and effective gun regulations that protect
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citizens' second amendment rights and help protect needless gun violence, welcome to dallas. the nra saw that and posted about it and now the restaurant is facing a lot of backlash on social media from a various twitter users and customers, one twit -- user said i will remember the establish men's name and i will never eat there, i will pass the info to others, i hope dallas citizens run them out. you're an nra member or if you want to protect your second amendment, boycott this restaurant and paul says, though, i don't see the problem with that what the business chooses to promote is their business, if customers don't like it, they can go elsewhere. a lot of people are a little bit upset by this because maybe they didn't know that the money was going to be donated to gun charities until after they already spent money at the restaurant. rob: that's interesting. okay. jillian: all right, thank you, carley. so how about this?
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>> i should be able to do this, right? >> yeah. >> all right, let's do it. >> 3, 2, 1. jillian: indoor sky diving, the same type of vertical wind tunnels to train military. todd piro jumped in one. rob: first let's check with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends", happy monday, steve. >> they built the thing on my ride home from work i drive by that place every day and i wanting to in to do what todd did. [laughter] >> maybe he can give me a coupon. starting on the big show, house majority leader kevin mccarthy, we will be talking about midterms, look, it's going to be a blue wave, nancy pelosi will run things and dr. oz, nutrition
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jillian: welcome back to "fox & friends first", remember when illinois declared sanctuary for gun owners, well, now becoming a trend. at least five counties recently passing resolutions declaring themselves a second amendment sanctuary and taking a job at the -- jab at the so-called cities like chicago who don't cooperate with officials. this as democratic control legislature to pass tighter gun laws including bump-stock ban
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and size limit for gun magazines. rob: country band lady anabellun did not own the knight, the trio messing up the national anthem before the predators took on the jets. ♪ [laughter] rob: the group taking mistake, well, we are human too y'all, we are still rooting for you pre, the s, jillian: circulate more than 150 miles an hour, same vertical winds tunnels to train the military. rob: indoor sky diving is what's it's called. jillian: todd piro checked it out when he checked out the
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skydiving championship, what do you think? >> i look like a beach dolphin. [laughter] >> literally swept me off my feet and we headed down there to competition military and taking more than just hot air, check it out. ♪ >> what is this? >> indoor skydiving, have you ever heard of it? >> i have not. >> 350 horse power fans on the top of our building that we circulate air, 150 miles an hour. >> let's go see the tunnel, are you ready? >> i'm ready. ♪ ♪ >> our ceo dreamt up this idea. >> knives the navy for 26 years, navy special operations. >> you're used to dealing -- >> we use today travel to facilities across the country
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and we would say why isn't there a vertical tunnel. >> while may look like fun and having fun at competition, this is a training tool to keep our country safe. >> i was a navy and we basically started out with tunnel, gives us the tools we need to complete missions without any hazard. >> what's your favorite part of this in. >> children are the best thing that happen in this building every single day, far none. >> what's it like when you're in the tunnel? >> it's super fun, it's like a rush. >> what's your biggest piece of advice for me? >> listen to instructor and have fun. >> if i have fun, i should be able to do this? >> yeah. >> all right, let's do it. ♪ >> the first thing we will do is talk about our body. >> okay. >> good job, you're doing great, are you ready to fly? >> let's do it. ♪ >> i'm geared up.
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>> 3, 2, 1. ♪ ♪ >> that was awesome. i have nothing else to say. >> virginia beach is your second home now. >> we are here the usa champ in this amazing sport. >> we are fortunate to be here. the owner bob has been generous to us. we are fortunate to be part of this. >> definitely spirit that consumes everybody when you're around military people. the same spirit that i saw with the individuals here. >> it's incredible. i'm a member of a brotherhood that will last for the rest of my life. the support when i had when it
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was an idea up until today is incredible to brothers and sisters in arms. >> there's a charitable aspect on all of this, donating hours in the tunnels to kids, also the folks at another veteran-owned business, sean is frequently on our air, they sponsor the championship, where the folks you saw right there, took home gold for the second year right there watching them in the tunnel, your jaw just drops, they don't crash into each other, the fact that they are so beautiful in their coordination, it's unbelievable. as you saw me, not so beautiful. jillian: would you go actual -- like real sky-diving after you have done that? >> i feel comfortable because if the wind went ahey i'm not falling that far. you guys went to real sky-diving, i don't know if i'm brave enough to do that. this is amazing training tool. rob: i love that.
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>> way more difficult than you think. i was telling you when we are off air, it's all about body strength, core, it was cool. jillian: i wish i did that before i went skydiving. rob: police officers make prom an unforgettable evening for some very special kids. ♪ [laughter] rob: video that will make your morning. jillian: i love that. a surprise delivery you don't want where 50 live crocodiles were found into boxes. rob: yikes. ♪ ♪
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♪ jillian: welcome back. it's time for the good, the bad and the ugly. first the good. these officers aren't chaperoning prom. they are going to it. the boynton beach police department taking special need students to their high school dance. todd: fun. heathrow in london seizing five boxes with 50 live baby crocodiles. the boxes came from malaysia. the crocodiles have been returned home. jillian: the ugly. a rockie player's batch slips right out of his hands. watch. >> thought he was out of the woods and then it came back and got him. >> lucky it got him in the shoulder. >> dugout first base coach.
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doesn't even flinch. his team losing 3-2. rob: baseball players tough guys. got to be. jillian: have a good monday. thank you for watching. rob: we'll see you later. >> yet, another district judge rejects what the mueller team is trying to do. >> there is no question that the amount of government misconduct is accumulating. >> the mueller investigation seems to have gone well past what it's mandate was here. >> her nomination will not be derailed bipartisan critics. the white house ramping up commitments to confirm gina haspel. >> gina haspel is one person i want in this room. >> the "new york post" reporting that she donated over the legal limit to at least five democrats. >> national motto in god we trust sparking a debate at the minnesota state senate. >> i think we have gone too far in taking god out of the schools. i think that's often. >> 70 years grand mother


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