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continues right now. jillian: decision day. the countdown is on for a big announcement from donald trump regarding iran and its nuclear weapons program. the new warning from iran's pres.. >> if you cross the board are unlawfully we will prosecute you. it is that simple. rob: and immigration message from the top law enforcement, crackdown is coming, the stern warning from atty. gen. jeff sessions. jillian: prison close, prisons gone, the brand-new campaign promises from chelsea manning. "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ ♪ i'm coming out so you better
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get this party started ♪ i'm coming out so you better get this party started ♪ jillian: a morning party. rob: some parties are going. jillian: you are probably right. rob: a big party in new york i never heard of until i moved here. the hardest ticket to get in the universe. it is interesting. we will talk more about it. good morning, you are watching "fox and friends first" on tuesday morning. jillian: thank you for starting your tuesday with us. a new warning overnight as the world waits for donald trump's announcement on the fate of the nuclear deal. rob: griff jenkins with what we can expect this afternoon. >> reporter: we will find out when the pres. makes an announcement at 2:00 pm but iran's pres. is anticipating a withdrawal, speaking in tehran
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saying it is possible we will face problems for a few months but we will pass through this after france, germany and the uk urged the president to stay in a deal and republicans and democrats on capitol hill warning against pulling out. >> i hope he doesn't. i think it would be adverse to our national security interests. the agreement prevents them getting a weapon. >> reporter: former secretary of state, chief architect of the deal john kerry has been engaging with eu officials to save it which something just they violated the logan act. the pres. tweeting the us does not need his shadow diplomacy on the badly negotiated iran deal. he was the one that created this mess in the first place. white house press secretary sarah sanders weighing in. >> don't think we would take advice from somebody who created what the pres. seems to be one of the worst deals ever made
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blues not sure why we would start listening to him now. >> reporter: carrier spokesman says every american would want every voice possible urging iran to remain in compliance with the nuclear agreement that prevented a war. former counterparts around the world, just like every previous secretary of state. it appears the president will scrap the deal but he have options. one of those options could be delaying the decision to allow more time for his partners to work on changes. jillian: all eyes will be on the tv. rob: i would be surprised, thank you so much. uk foreign minister boris johnson is the latest world leader to visit washington in hopes of trying to salvage the atomic accord. jillian: national security strategist and for white house
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advisor sebastian gorka so donald trump is doing a service to the rest of the world if he decides to kill it. >> for most people this is a politician who keeps his promises, that is donald trump, he has wanted to kill the iran deal for two years and i expect their won't be any pooled punches. for eight years our enemies were treated as friends, like iran giving boatloads of cash and our friends like israel were treated as enemies. that has all stopped. we are moving the embassy to jerusalem, recognizing it as the capital of israel and the iran deal has to be killed. has to be shot in the head. bad for america, bad for the world, bad for our friends. jillian: you can watch donald trump's announcement live on fox news at 2:00 pm. donald trump's pick to lead the cia, gina haspel will meet ahead of her confirmation hearing with some members of the
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senate intelligence committee. those who have been working with her for years are vowing their support. >> he has a high level of intellectual honesty and integrity and dedication to our mission. the people at the agency think the world of her. they know what they are getting, we do too. she is the right choice and i hope the congress is the right thing and confirms her. jillian: she will face tough questions on her role in the agency's controversial detention and interrogation program. donald trump doubling down on critics tweeting gina. marine lieut. col. oliver north tapped to lead the national rifle association taking over as calls for gun-control gain momentum in the us, north served as military aid and under the reagan administration and the former fox news contributor. he will be live on "fox and friends" at 8:30 eastern time. rob: 0-tolerance, jeff sessions
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announcing a brand-new immigration platform threatening prosecution for anybody who enters illegally. trace gallagher breaks down the border. >> we will not let the country, they are not going to caravan or otherwise stampede our border. >> reporter: jeff sessions visiting the us-mexico border monday touting the administration's policies. >> if you cross the border unlawfully we will prosecute you. it is that simple. >> reporter: sessions announcing 100% of illegal border crossings will be referred to the justice department for prosecution and families the crossover together might be broken up. >> if you are smuggling a child, we will prosecute you and that
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child may be separated from you as required by law. >> reporter: the visit comes not long after the last of the central american migrants entered the us. hundreds of people spent weeks traveling through mexico, arriving at the point of entry seeking asylum. opponents say the administration is heartless which critics taught america's resources as reason to open doors, not close them. at an earlier speech monday on immigration sessions noted the us does welcome plenty. >> we have 600,000 people who come simply to take jobs, hundreds of thousands come, we are very generous. >> reporter: mike pence was in the area for a look at construction of the mexico border wall. in los angeles, trace gallagher, fox news. jillian: lawmakers on capitol hill could get a budget package from donald trump. the white house is expected to send the bill aimed at/$11 billion from the federal budget
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months after the president threatened to veto the $1.3 trillion spending bill because it didn't include a daca fix or funding for the border wall. congress will have 45 days to consider it. rob: milania surging by double digits, on cnn poll her favorability jumped to 57%. she unveils her the best platform focusing on well-being, social media and opioid abuse issues. >> i'm asking you to join me in providing support so that we can make a real difference. how to educate our children on a variety of topics and provide the blueprint for the next generation. together, let's encourage children and do all they can to
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be best in everything they do. rob: donald trump says the us is truly blessed to have her as first lady. jillian: donald trump will reward a national hero with the medal of honor. rob: warfare operator brent lapinski letter 2002 firefight and rescue mission on top of a mountain in afghanistan. jillian: he and his team were attacked by al qaeda forces within 14 hours, he fight the enemy while helping team members until the mountaintop was secure enough to get out. rob: he will receive the reward. jillian: slow-motion disaster. unstoppable toxic love are creeping across hawaii torching everything in its path. the new warning about the air that is too dangerous to breathe. rob: polls opening in just hours, 14 primary races, democrats hoping for blue wave but can republicans keep control? we debate that next. jillian: the nfl season hasn't started and tom brady, the
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me too movement, led legal battle against disgraced hollywood producer harvey weinstein. house democrats could be blatantly lying to their supporters about the russia probing fundraising emails. a is feed report pointing out the democratic congressional campaign committee was hoping to drum up support have the 2018 midterms claiming if they get 1 million signatures donald trump will be forced interview with robert mueller. that is false. another email stating mueller is the only hope for truth. over to you. >> polls opening in four key primary races, indiana, north carolina, ohio and west virginia and democrats hoping to turn the blue wave into a soon army. can republicans keep controlling congress? joining me to debate is ron myron fox news contributor
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richard fowler. i will start with you. do you think democrats will be able to turn this blue wave into a soon army? >> they are having an internal debate between bernie socialists who want them to run on the economy and normal establishment resist democrats who just want them to run against trump. the bernie socialists want to run on the economy when under a capitalist president every demographic is succeeding right now. as far as primary elections today democrats have no choice which way they want to go. and the question is will republicans get their act together. >> is that the bigger issue? >> something in the pennsylvania 18th a couple months ago when democrats won overwhelmingly.
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has nothing to do with bernie sanders but running candidates that understand the district and have a tough conversation with the american people. take west virginia for example. a couple months ago there was a teacher strike where all 55 counties decided to go out on strike because they were not getting paid enough. who was standing with them and supporting them? joe manchin. they will remember him today and in november. the democratic party having these honest conversations with the american people how to lower prescription drugs, decrease the cost of childhood education and how to solve the opioid crisis. jillian: will that be enough for them to win? >> it is up to the republicans who have to learn from running on local issues was last tuesday in northern virginia, every election where republicans put people up we won so the blue
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wave was stopped and we had a mini red wave because local issues, simple messaging. donald trump is able to win in 2016, he was able to target areas with a unique message for them in the rustbelt, talking about the economy and jobs. of congressional candidates and senate candidates can learn from that and localized issues have simple messaging and go away from the typical gop talking points they can win. a state rep in ohio is a good example, she is a millennial younger than 30, running on local issues and pro-trump and able to pull off an upset today, candidates can win but it is going to take something beyond running is a generic republican in the last decade. >> it will take more from the democrats if you consider how hillary clinton ran against donald trump in 2016 because look at the facts so much of her message was anti-trump, do you think that is going to work this
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time? >> it is different from congressional or senate race. what can you do for me and what have you done lately, democratic candidates will answer that question and republicans delivered a tax bill that is not working for a lot of middle-class families and union support has gone down tremendously. the pres. isn't talking about his tax-cut plan but the economy, democrats will have a question of what is left on the table. they promised it infrastructure package and lowering prescription drugs and the opioid crisis. we are still waiting and democrats will have that conversation with voters and local districts in states across the country. >> the opioid bill dropping in
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june, infrastructure would be moving forward and tax cuts are benefiting those demographics you mentioned in every low-income, middle income group especially in the rustbelt and pennsylvania, especially in places where republicans need to win so running against the textile, good luck. >> sound good but the truth is if you talk to people who live in ohio and kentucky and indiana they will say the majority of the benefit goes to corporations and not working families. jillian: we have to go, thank you for joining us, appreciate your time. rob: cracking down on the opioid crisis, new prescription policies from two big-box retailers. jillian: what do george timmerman and an alligator have in common? new charges for the man accused of killing treyon martin. ♪ if you spit blood when you brush or floss
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xfinity. the future of awesome. rob: millions of taxpayer dollars going into the pockets of suspended government employees. and investigation finding the city paid out $5 million to workers who were on administrative leave over the last three years. in one case a former the police lt. was given 3 $55,000 before eventually being fired. other city workers placing an average of $72,000 as the city reviewed their cases against them. jillian: another record-setting month for gun sales. the fbi revealing 2 million background checks in april, 90,000 more checks than april of last year, the second month in a row to set record, march seeing 2 million down.
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background checks are an indicator and gun sales since there isn't a federal firearm registry. rob: foxbusiness letters, walmart cracking down on the opioid epidemic. jillian: the prescription policies that are now in place. >> reporter: walmart making it tougher to get these prescriptions. they have a new duration of time they are prescribing these drugs requiring they be filed electronically so they are limiting that to 7 days. they are cracking down on limiting the dosage this applies to sam's club. those locations will be affected as well. i went to show you a statistic, people who were prescribed one day of opioid had a 6% chance of being addicted a year later but for those prescribed 8 or more days, double to 13.5%. jillian: happy birthday to the
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in your noise cancelling trheadphones?ry maybe not. maybe you could trust you won't be next to a loud eater. (eating potato chips loudly) or you could just trust duracell. (silence) ♪ jillian: welcome back to "fox and friends first". look at this video. a state of emergency in hawaii, the governor set to meet with officials about relief from the lava in the erupting kilauea volcano as it shoots in the are destroying everything in its path, swallowing streets, homes, cars, everything. rob: that molten rock emerging from cracks in the earth miles from the volcano, dangerous,
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kind of everywhere. the air in these neighborhoods is too dangerous to breathe. jillian: this home, miles from the active fence, they packed up and escape the slow-motion disaster. rob: they join us live from hawaii, thanks for joining us, this is happening on the big island on the south shore, how far is your home from kilauea? >> it is the greater mountain where the fissures are coming out, 3 miles from where our house is. >> orlando is 3 miles directly below, downhill slope, new cracks and fissures opening up more directly above our land. we will see what happens. jillian: have you thought about what you will go back to? >> right now it is too soon to
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say. it could be nothing. it could stop right now. or it could keep going through the next 30 years. >> months, weeks, it really truly is learning how to surrender fully to the unknown because we don't know. rob: it makes you feel so small when you see the power of the volcano. how close did you get to this and describe for us what it is like to be that close to something like that? i've heard it is incredible. >> the only road they are letting people in and out of runs past it. those fissures, the only way in and out of this whole area is a tiny little their road on the
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close road, really hoping the county gets it together. >> did you get to see lava? the sights and sounds. >> we haven't had direct line of sight. the video footage has been unbelievable. we are checking updates regularly. some people risked their health to take some videos of this but mostly as we drive by lots of smoke. some blocks blocking us between the drive out and where it is flowing. we used to hike out and check out the lava, and awe-inspiring
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site. and the middle of the neighborhood and they really do not want people sightseeing for people evacuating. and seeing people haul their stuff out, and some people choosing to stay on their land, the very poor air quality right now. >> a lot of people breathing difficult, the situation is pretty dire in some areas. what do you wonder people in the states to know it how can we help? >> that is such an awesome question. and on the island and in the
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mainland. and our community is being ripped apart. it is not easy for us. we have dear friends. we have a lot of support and ago fund me account. if you just google support our beloved recover. we see our go funds me account. we know there are people in worse situations than us. we want to be helping too. >> doing a lot of damage, we completely understand. we hope your property is okay and you have something to go back to. thank you for coming on, appreciate your time. >> 10% of our donations that come into support us, two people
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who lost their homes, that flow so that we can be supporting other people with that money too. jillian: we appreciate it, stay safe. rob: in hours donald trump made an announcement about the obama era iran nuclear deal, iran's pres. waiting expect the us withdrawal saying, quote, we face no problems for two as with humans. jillian: donald trump is expected to pull out of the agreement. it is called the worst deal ever. critics say it gave more power to iran and more instability in the middle east. donald trump's approval rating on handling north korea is soaring, 51% of americans believe the commander-in-chief is doing a good job when it comes to the rogue nation, of 9 points from two months ago and 17 points since the beginning of the year as white house finalizes a plan for a high-stakes meeting between the
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pres. and kim jong un. rob: the man acquitted in the death of treyvon martin faces misdemeanor starting charges for harassing a private investigator after leaving a voicemail about a documentary on treyvon martin's does. he called them in 21 times and texted him 38 times and two hours including a link to an article where he is quoted saying anyone who expletive with my parents will be fed to an alligator. he is scheduled for an arraignment on may 30th. jillian: the best week whetherwise in this area, my windows open last night. thank you for bringing this. >> telling you about 70s across new york, someone is dealing with something else. that is going to be my focus. mostly, we are not talking about
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rain. a big storm through the upper plains and midwest but if you live in the desert southwest things have been brutal the last couple days. folks were topping into triple digits, typically we don't have our first 100 ° day until may. this will be the 6, 104 °. the next couple days it is looking like 100 ° day after 100 ° day. they are really jealous of you with your window open. jillian: it was really nice. rob: dry heat, not too bad. jillian: 37 after the hour. facebook's friend feature helping thousands of jihadists find one another. our next guest with a warning, terrorists falter cracks every day. >> we don't do more, we do better. jillian: she called out donald trump for a campaign ad.
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jillian: from prison the campaign trail, chelsea manning is bowing to eliminate us borders and shutdown prisons. >> we can do better. jillian: manning, who is running for u.s. senate in maryland is calling for a end to the rise of authoritarianism, vowing to abolish immigrations and customs enforcement, she was convicted of leaking 700,000 classified documents. pres. obama commuted her 35 year sentence just before leaving office. the comments are pouring in,
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jerry tweeting positively not, campaign funds will come in it after the loss manning will run again living in luxury on as campaign funds. mary right lipservice, those who promise everything often deliver nothing. kj posting on facebook, quote, why isn't the treasonous trader in prison? rob: sarah standard-setting members that milania does not live in the white house, pinning it on a story by the washington post. >> that is an outrageous and ridiculous claim. the first lady was here at the white house, she is here regularly and that is something that belongs in tabloid gossip, not the front page of the washington post. >> it suggests milania lives with her parents in the suburbs of dc. jillian: helping terrorists connect, a friends feature under
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fire for helping thousands of jihadists around the world find one another. rob: how dangerous are these social media algorithms. thanks for coming on this morning. tell us how it happened. is it a difficult thing to prevent? >> the new report by the counter extremism project is the algorithms which suggests friends with whom you share interests, that facebook has developed, has been used by jihadists who find one another. an individual will find a piece of jihadist propaganda online, on facebook and like it it reportedly inundated with friend requests by like-minded individuals. jillian: does social media, facebook in particular, getting better at resolving this
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problem? >> in some ways yes but there are underlying realities that are very difficult. facebook says in the first quarter of this year they reviewed and removed 2 million pieces of terrorist propaganda and an average time on their platform is less then a minute. their videos, they are good at identifying those. in terms of jihadist activity on their network it is difficult to discover 2 billion people actively using the network at a given time. rob: they would say anytime you get on facebook it is different, and even evolving, changing site. and a cash cow, so much money, should they invest more in preventing this stuff? this is really bad if they are making these connections that end up with people being killed. >> if you take facebook at their
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word they are investing significant sums in security. they have somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 plus personnel dedicated to counterterrorism. fundamentally the broad context of this is facebook at the very beginning and a lot of tech companies made decisions they will innovate on their platforms faster than they will secure them and what we are watching in this report and the types of things we have seen is the cat and mouse game between bad guy users on the platforms and the companies themselves to secure themselves. jillian: any advice or word of wisdom from anyone watching who might be logging on to facebook now? >> for most users this isn't going to be something they run into but general cybersecurity prices in place. be careful what you share on social media, you can't control everything and everyone who sees
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that information and if you see propaganda or terrorist activity flag it, facebook is good about addressing it and being down. jillian: the liberal elite not seeing the light at the met gala, the catholic theme sparking controversy on social media. carly shimkus here with online outrage pouring in overnight. rob: todd pyro is live ahead of a big primary today. >> reporter: we are here in ohio, a number of states across the nation with primaries including right here in ohio and may we say all politics is local. there are local races that focus on get out your pens. the governor's race, on the
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democratic side, richard cordray, dennis kucinich, and lt. governor mary taylor going after the governor's mansion which will be vacated by governor john jacek. and going up against democrat sen. sherrod brown. and endorsed by donald trump and businessman mike gibbons as well as melissa atkinson but all politics may be local but issues are national. a lot of big issues, are we going to stay or go. and whenever we go to design is the number one issue, should we build a wall. big show coming up on "fox and friends". jillian: we will see you at
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jillian: here is the question a lot of people are asking, will the liberal elite ever see the light? hollywood claims with backlash of biblical proportions for this year's church seemed met gala. rob: carly shimkus here with the outrage online. >> a star-studded fundraising event featuring over-the-top fashion. this year's seem heavenly body fashion and the catholic imagination. rihanna showed up wearing a sparkly outfit inspired by the pope. katy perry dressed as an angel. many celebrities accessorized with rosary beads and crosses.
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at a time people complain about cultural appropriation some wonder if it was appropriate to create catholicism in the form of a costume. the lack of outrage sort of a double standard? pamela says the hypocrisy. my religion is not your net gala. carlos is insulting christians and especially catholics is en vogue and now will be en vogue. our culture is under full frontal assault. and it says it is low-key disrespectful to the catholic religion. let's be real. the curator of the museum said he knew it would be controversial and it was intended to celebrate religion and fashion. >> it was not designed to be an insult to catholicism. >> what did hillary clinton say? >> in new zealand she doubled down on her claim that sexism
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factored into her election loss. >> the more professionally successful we are the less people like us. i am so pleased that i could pull the curtain back in the book on the unprecedented election, the first reality tv election in american history. >> he took a jab at donald trump's past employment, some pushing back, terry says hillary clinton takes her hate overseas to new zealand because no one in america will listen to her anymore. mona on twitter says what in the world is hillary doing in deal and? this lady is desperate for attention. she said she considered moving to new zealand after she lost the election but decided against it. >> maybe she didn't get an invite to the met gala. >> donald trump proposed to
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milania there in 2004. >> let's talk about wally world. >> a sad picture with a happy ending. a pennsylvania walmart forced a veteran to sit outside in the rain while selling flowers for charity. his wife posted that picture to facebook thank today as it was pouring rain he was told he couldn't stay in the protected area and would have to go out in the rain. way to go, walmart. commendable way to treat our veterans who fought for your freedom. disgrace. the walmart manager decided to change the policy. folks are now allowed to sell things under a canopied area use the right there. a lot of folks on facebook thanking walmart for taking the policy -- standing outside in the rain for veterans charities as well. rob: everybody changes their
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mind. imagine this. a family of raccoons falling from the ceiling into your living room. >> game on. >> she is mean. rob: four babies getting out unscathed but the mother put up a real fight. jillian: is he a magician or a vampire? maybe a karate kid? social media has questions about tom brady's outfit choice at the met gala. the all-black ensemble that has twitter throwing a flag. wakey! wakey! rise and shine! oh my gosh! how are you? well watch this. i pop that in there. press brew. that's it. look how much coffee's in here? fresh coffee. so rich. i love it. that's why you should be a keurig man! full-bodied. . y to say goodbye to it?
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♪ rob: time forth good,ed bad and the ugly. hgtv fixer-upper star gains finishes wearing tool belt. all the proceeds in the event goes to charity to for rare types of cancer. jillian: momma raccoon fight after break through a homeowner's ceiling. watch. >> game on. [screeching] >> she's a mean one. >> a raccoon by the ago firefighter's hand inside the michigan home. the mom and the babies are back in the wild. rob: arrested twitter a suit
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tom brady looks bike the accountant for a mariachi band. james bond musical. everybody was dressed kind of funny last night. jillian: that's all right. have a good day. >> see you. >> we are right now just hours away from learning whether the u.s. will stay in the iran nuclear deal. >> the iran deal has to be killed. it has to be shot in the head because it is bad for america, it's bad for the world and it's bad for our friends. >> republicans ready for battle with critical primary elections in four key states today. is this enough to stop the so-called coming blue wave. >> long time donald trump nemesis, the new york attorney general eric sneiderman has just resigned over multiple allegations of serious sexual abuse. >> i have put in place a zero tolerance policy for illegal entry. if you cross the border unlawfully, then we will prosecute you.


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