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he could learn something from jillian who at least threw the ball. jillian: i did, to the wrong catcher though. rob: not nearly as bad as what he did. jillian: but the phillies won. have a good day. rob: we'll see you later. >> the date and place now set for a landmark summit between president trump and north korea 's leader kim jong-un. president trump: remember everybody in the fake news where they were saying he's going to get us into a nuclear war. >> their reclose should not be exhaulted. it should be expected. >> how do you take something that is so positive and turn that into a negative? the trump derangement syndrome is so intense that they can't even say good job, mr. president you brought back three americans it's insane. >> there is a concern that the fbi actually had a spy within the trump campaign. >> this is going to be one of the most embarrassing periods in the fbi's history. >> today president trump will layout his plan to lower prescription drug prices, in a
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rose garden speech he will discuss ways to put american patients first. president trump: america is being respected again. >> [applause] >> usa. usa. usa. >> ♪ ♪ >> come on, everybody, rockin in the usa. >> it's friday, tgif. >> this is fox. >> and it's almost mother's day >> it is. >> if you'll remember, you got your gift for your wife? >> we all can see that. >> it's for mothers. >> kathy are you up this early? she's bringing in the flowers. >> she's on to me. pete is in. pete: appreciate it good to be here. >> always fun to have you. president trump, he got up super
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early yesterday morning, when the american hostages came home, he met them at the airport, and he said last night, at the rally in indiana he said you know, my people told me, mr. president, you could cancel if you want to, because indiana would understand , he said oh, no no no i'm going to indiana. >> absolutely and so he was there he said they were essentially stacked to the raft ers so many people wanted to get in but of particular interest keep in mind this is thursday night after a tuesday primary and he took a shot at a sitting u.s. senator whose a democrat by the name of joe donnelly and he'd like to see him gone and see the republican mike braun win in november among other things he talked about. pete: he talked about a few things, steve and we tried to summarize his over hour-long speech into a minute and 38 seconds. >> good luck. pete: yes. president trump: on june 12 in singapore, i'll be meeting with
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kim jong-un to pursue a future of peace and security for the world. but to remember everybody in the fake news where they were saying , he's going to get us into a nuclear war, and do you know what gets you into nuclear wars? weakness. weakness. >> [applause] president trump: this is truly an exciting time for our country jobs are booming, remember? i told you. i told you. confidence is soaring and optimism is at the top of every chart. if joe donnelly, sleeping joe, and the democrats get back into power, remember what i said. they will destroy your jobs and they are going to knock the hell out of your borders. nancy pelosi said yesterday she wants to end the tax cuts and raise your taxes.
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>> booo. president trump: i said tell me is that like good politics? you have to work every day between now and november to elect more republicans so that we continue making america great again. >> [applause] president trump: this is the first for indiana. our new slogan to 2020, do you know what it is? keep america great. >> [applause] president trump: and do you know what i paid for that slogan? how much did i pay for that? zippo. >> and look at all those make america great again hats behind him. one interesting thing he said and i don't have the exact quote but it was something to the effect regarding the democrat senator from indiana, joe donnelly. he said something like, did you realize that your senator, joe donnelly, has never written a bill that has become a law? >> the people who voted for him are like no we didn't know that. pete: you're inside my head that is exactly what i was going to
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say coming out of this. he did reference that. he's a do nothing senator but he votes every time with chuck schumer in favor of the resistance you get to see the angles he's going to take and how focused he is on the 2018 mid-terms he said you can't be complacent. >> he did his homework whoever was helping him write the speech did their homework, because he goes in there and he talks about people that are from that area, mike pence was the one who introduced him who used to be the governor there before he became the vice president, so he's smart when he goes to these rallies, the people love him. >> and of course answerly to your point he did start the day at 3:00 in the morning at joint base andrews where he welcomed those three american hostages back home and of course later in the day it was revealed that the summit will take place in singapore on june 12. sounds like according to mike pompeo it's going to be a one- day event, and you know, the president made it very clear, he said you know if something big
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happens that's great otherwise i'm willing to walk away from it but when you look at the democrats and you watch the mainstream media, you know it's going to be driving him crazy they got to talk about a potential big win here, because the democrats, the resistance seem to be in denial about what could happen. pete: of course it is driving him crazy. we see that, so singapore is where it'll be it has relations with both countries president trump wanted it to be the dmz for the optics right between north and south korea but ultimately probably some security concerns about that but it will be a big opportunity. >> i think they can control the narrative, they can control security in singapore versus dmz , might be a little too close to north korea. president tweeted out and said we will both try to make a very special moment for world peace. this is the first time a u.s. president has ever sat down for a summit with the president of north korea. pete: but as your point, steve the democrats, they can't miss a beat on saying why this won't work. this is senator chuck schumer yesterday on the senate floor
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talking about the prospects of this meeting. listen. >> we can't be fooled into giving the north korean regime credit for returning americans that never should have been detained in the first place. american citizens are not diplomatic bargaining chips. their reclose should not be exhausted, it should be expected it is no great accomplishment of kim jong-un to do this, and when the president does it, he weaken s american foreign policy and puts americans at risk around the world. >> we can't give credit to north korea. >> yeah. >> he's right don't give credit to north korea. the reason those hostages came home, mike pompeo went over there and negotiated our president will sit down with north korea. the reason is not because kim jong-un all of a sudden is a nice guy. >> well, and to his point, mr. schumer, who knows what's going to happen over there but
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nonetheless something is happening. the hostages were released, north korea with the missile test, it doesn't seem, in fact there's a story out this morning that a number of the buildings at the facility where they're been doing the nook tests and stuff like that are disappearing if they're not disappearing it's a great pr move nonetheless a former bush speechwriter says what's going on on the left, tds , trump derange. syndrome, big time. >> how do you take something so positive the return of three americans held by one of the worst regimes in the world and turn that into a negative? the trump derangement syndrome is so intense that they can't even say good job, mr. president you brought back three americans it's insane. pete: of course, another thing that may be insane is steve, you flagged this this morning for me the fbi did they have a spy inside the trump campaign just asking the question, there's an op-ed in the wall street journal today about it. >> right, kimberly strassel
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apparently has been talking to her sources in washington d.c. and keep in mind devon nunes and trey gowdy went to the department of justice because mr. nunes has subpoenaed all the records the doj has got about one person and they want to know more about this one person and according to kimberly strassel, it could be very troubling what this person might have done for the federal government in the run up to the election. >> this is what she wrote. she said we know mr. nunes' request deals with a top secret intelligence source of the fbi and cia who is a u.s. citizen, and who was involved in the russia collusion probe, we might take this to mean that the fbi secretly had a person on the payroll who used his or her non- fbi credentials to interact in some capacity with the trump campaign so it sounds like she could be saying that the fbi and doj had someone on the payroll that was paid to go and spy on president trump.
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pete: we might take this to mean the fbi secretly had a person on the payroll. >> you know, to find out if there was collusion. >> this was before the election so why would they be doing that? the suggestion is listen to rush limbaugh, was the fbi out to frame candidate donald trump? >> everybody now that's been studying this is convinced that the fbi did have an informant and that they planted the informant so they had somebody in there actually spying, looking for collusion, and they still don't have any. what does it say that they even had the audacity to plant an informant in the presidential campaign of one candidate? not hillary, but trump. it tells you they really believed this nonsense, that the russians and trump were buddies and were colluding to steal the election and that just boggles my mind. it's going to be one of the most
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embarrassing periods in the fbi 's history when all of this is finally revealed and the history of it written. pete: you know he's on to something there. there may have been a point at which the folks in the fbi thought is there collusion going on? we should probably look into this. it's what happened in the aftermath, of course, when that wasn't the case that we deserve to know who this person is or was and what actually was their motive. >> remember last week dan bongino was nypd detective, secret service and said when he was an investigator if there was a crime they would trace it back to whoever the criminals were that were involved and in this case it seems to be they have found the president they didn't like president trump, he wasn't their candidate in the hillary camp so they wanted to make him a criminal, so then they're trying to trace him to a crime. >> well, so those two members of congress went to the department of justice, apparently they decided that
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they would not release the name in the documents right now and the doj spokeswoman issued this statement. we invited chairman nunes and gowdy to the department today. of course there was a subpoena that they didn't respond to, as we stated in our response to chairman nunes last week, we welcome the opportunity to discuss whether there are other ways to accommodate this inquiry regarding a specific individual. so, apparently they've agreed that the stuff would not be released but at the conclusion of kimberly strassel's op-ed, she says the republicans in congress want the name and you've got the doj that is stonewalling. >> protecting who that person is. >> there is one person who can declassify all of it, just with one signature and that would be -- >> jeff sessions? >> that would be the president of the united states. if the president wanted to do that he could say okay, let's know what exactly happened to my campaign at the hands of the fbi
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pete: absolutely. anything he says or does is declassified just like that. >> anyway we'll keep you posted on that. on this very busy friday. >> coming up, how do we know if we can really trust kim jong-un and why is the dictator so eager to make a deal we'll break it down, next. pete: and breaking news from the view. whoopie goldberg wants our president waterboarded. what? >> remember how the gentleman in the white house talked about torture on the campaign trail? well what i'd like to say is i would like you to try it. pete: wow, diamond & silk react to that, and other topics coming up. >> ♪ ♪ re's bounty hair, skin and nails challenge. so my future self will thank me. thank you. i become a model? yes. no. start the challenge today. and try new tropical citrus flavor with collagen. nature's bounty.
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when they sit down together on june 12? >> well i think we need to look at several things as the lead up to this. the first one is what is kim saying to his people in korean over the national broadcasting systems? what kind of propaganda is he making out of this? i'll give you an example of what he could do. president trump was very wise to not have the meeting at the dmz because for 65 years the north koreans have been calling dmz that surrender place, the point of surrender. steve: oh, okay. >> when the u.s. and u.n. met with the koreans in the 53 to negotiate the peace, they did it under a white flag of truce. the north koreans have been telling people that was a white flag of surrender and the world surrendered to his grandfather. steve: interesting, all right listen, bart i've got a sound bite former cia director john brennan. what are the chances they
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denuclearized? here is what he says. >> i hope a meeting results in the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. >> what are the odds? >> i think they're probably less than .1%. steve: no doubt he hates president trump but do you agree it's less than .1%? >> well i don't think you can even make that assessment unless you define what you mean by denuclearize. does he mean dismantlement? when kim talks about it does he mean just putting them on the shelf for a little while that's the key issue. steve: one final topic you see vladimir putin as perhaps a spoil erin this. >> yes. that's the part that nobody is looking at yet. what role is putin going to play the russian media are fur at the united states in the last few weeks. trump humiliated putin in syria and he has made him completely irrelevant in north korea and then pulling out of the iran
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deal, he's taken away putin's one chance to look like an equal on the world stage with all the great western powers, and look for putin to do something to play the spoiler role. he'll throw a wrench into the international diplomatic world or into domestic american politics possibly but be prepared we don't know what it is but we know something will come. steve: something from russia. all right we thank you very much for joining us on this busy friday. >> it was a pleasure thank you. steve: our pleasure thank you, sir. meanwhile straight ahead not one , not two but five top isis commanders captured so why isn't anybody talking about that giving the president credit? medal of honor recipient dakota meyer has an idea and he is live next. plus a student told she can't talk about god in her graduation speech, but she fought back. her story is coming up. >> ♪ ♪
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say nicholas web stabbed him after some sort of argument on a missouri highway, web was convicted of strangling a teenager in 1980 he's been in and out of prison last released in july. a possible explosive eruption from hawaii's kilauea volcano. scientists warning it could come at any minute, spewing toxic gas and boulders the size of refrigerators into the air. so far, the lava flows have been slow-moving destroying dozens of structures in its path. nearly 2,000 people on the big island have been evacuated from their homes. pete? pete: jillian, thank you well president trump revving up the crowd in indiana with his respect for the flag. listen. president trump: we have pride in our history and respect for our great american flag. >> [applause] >> usa. usa. president trump: and we're going to defend our values. we need people in washington who
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share our values. pete: joining us with his reaction medal of honor recipient retired marine corps sargent dakota meyers. if you have not read dakota's citation from the medal of honor google it right now and listen to understand what this guy did for our country i'm serious. thanks for being here. >> thank you so much. pete: you heard the president last night he talks about it all the time about patriotism and standing for the flag. why does he continue to reiterate those topics? >> you know, look i think it comes down to you could say a lot about president trump but the man is a patriot and loves his country. it says so much about him because he keeps putting these basic fundamentals that me and you grew up with. i mean, you never thought about not standing for the flag or the national anthem. these are the basic fundamentals that we all grew up with that were so important and it's kind of like in the military right? why do we still go with customs and courtesy right? because it's important. it reminds us of the sacrifices that came before us it's about
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paying respect and that's, look the patriot. pete: if you don't execute the basics you forget about them very quickly speaking of more than just the basics we just got news yesterday that five top isis commanders were captured on the iraqi syrian border part of the ongoing effort to continue to decimate them. what do you make of the efforts there against isis? >> no, look it's just, he made a commitment to go after isis and look at what he's doing. he's going after isis. i mean i think it's just another example of another win, right? pete: absolutely. they should be wearing the orange jump suits of guantanamo bay in my opinion but if you look at the actual media network coverage the so-called mainstream media that loves to hate this president we've got a graphic i believe. couple of news networks covered this capture of five of the top isis leaders you'll see it zero seconds, zero seconds, thankful ly, cbs actually covered it for a couple of minutes worthy of that kind of coverage. why are we ignoring these kinds of successes on the battlefield?
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>> look, i mean, these networks are more focused on it's not journalism any more. it's those networks i look at it's where opinions are facts to them right? they would rather see the president fail than america succeed. we keep seeing this over and over but it's true. look at the north korea side of it right? look at what he just accomplished. he facilitated to accomplish whether it's him or whatever he's accomplishing so much and you never hear the wins. all you hear is the negatives. pete: when he wins they still tell you why he's got to be los ing. >> even after he got a meeting with the north korean dictator kim jong-un then they wanted to go well why would he meet you on the dmz? they just keep wanting to find the negative but he keeps winning. pete: briefly as a war fighter what does it mean to have a commander-in-chief like this? >> i think it puts confidence behind you. you can't sit here and, you know , with the capture of these five isis guys, i mean, we have
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confidence they're not going to get traded back for a trader. the confidence level, i mean you look at what he's putting and doing in syria right? he's doing what he's saying he's going to do and i think for us, as war fighters, it gives us the confidence that what we're doing if nothing else it means something and we have somebody backing us up no matter what. pete: i've always wanted to interview in a living room with pink flowers for a medal of honor recipient you're a good man. >> i love it. pete: well moving on a sheriffs deputy springing into action to save the life of a newborn baby. all that caught on camera, the incredible video ahead plus whoopie goldberg wants the president waterboarded. seriously? well diamond & silk there they are here to react, now, up next. >> ♪ ♪
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president trump: i have great respect for the process, but in all fairness, obama, president obama -- >> booooo. president trump: paid 1.8 billion for hostages. >> boooo. president trump: you, not me, you last night, you saw it. kim jong-un did a great service to himself, to his country by doing this, but those hostages came out with respect, we didn't pay for them. steve: just something the president was talking about last night in indiana. ainsley: let's bring in diamond & silk social media stars and trump supporters good morning ladies. good morning. ainsley: he did something that
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president obama could never do he brought home our hostages for free. >> well you know the president is absolutely correct. you know, obama paid billions for hostages. he traded off terrorist for american hostages but president trump didn't have to do that. you know, obama i know he's upset because he thinks that his legacy is being tarnished but his legacy didn't have a leg to stand on. >> that's right. >> president trump didn't back down and mince his words and we have americans back on our soil where they belong. pete: why do you both feel like they won't, some of the last of the so-called mainstream media still won't give him any credit they're saying this approach in north korea isn't going to work. why won't they ever do that? >> because they're jealous, because he's been able to do between 16 to 18 months what obama could not do in eight years. >> that's right. that's why they won't give him credit. listen this president is not to be played with. there's a new sheriff in town we call him president donald j. trump and he is not playing. he's going to get the job donald they are jealous because they
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could never do that. >> that's right. steve: well ladies you're down in washington d.c. this week with the confirmation hearings for gina has people to be the next cia director, the whole conversation has turned to enhanced interrogation and water boarding which now the government doesn't do, but listen to this here is whoopie goldberg yesterday on the view with the plan. >> remember how the gentleman in the white house talked about torture on the campaign trail? what i'd like to say is i would like you to try it. i think people who have actually been tortured, who are saying this is not a good thing, you should listen to them because you have never been tortured and neither has dick cheney. steve: so what do you think? >> well you know, why don't whoopie goldberg try it? >> that's right. >> she needs to try respecting the president of the united states is what she needs to try to do. the president of the united states is not a terrorist. he's an american. he's our president, so why would we waterboard him? if she wants to try what water
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boarding feels like why don't she do it? another thing, why don't she champion around gina haspil, because wouldn't she be the first woman in this position so you should be championing around this woman that gets this high position is what you should be doing. >> that's right. steve: let's talk a little bit about the garden state, pete and i live there and now ladies as it turns out we are subsidizing things for illegal aliens because the garden state is now allowing for illegal aliens to apply for state financial aid at the universities and here is the best part, for instance at rutgers which is just across the river from where we're sitting down a couple miles, illegals can qualify for in-state tuition not in the country, but they get in-state tuition. >> you know, i think that's very sad. >> very. and we're paying for this, americans tax dollars. what about the american students what about american people that go to school that have to pay
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student loans until they are about 60 years old? yes, we allow people to cross our borders illegally and now we give them hand-outs like grants just to go to college? what about the american people i think it's sad, i think it's sick, i think every american that goes for college should be outraged. >> that's right. and they committed their first crime whenever they crossed that border illegally when an american citizen do something illegally, they are given three behind a locked cell block, not no funding. steve: ladies what are you doing in washington today? >> oh, we was in washington for an event last night with sarah palin. >> it was amazing. yes. pete: very cool. ainsley: ladies have a great weekend thanks for joining us. let's hand it over to jillian for more headlines. jillian: good friday morning to you, to you at home as well, and your headlines, the pentagon wants to shoot down new threats coming from the sky. defense secretary mattis telling lawmakers drones are becoming an increasing problem in restricted
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air space. >> the problem is it's only a matter of time before the prep manifests in a violent way. jillian: mattis adding the pentagon will need to ask congress and the faa to get the authority to take those drones out. right now, the military is limit ed in what they can deploy against drones. a race car goes airborne flipping through the air before crashing into the crack just stop what you're doing look at this, this is crazy the driver shooting off the ground in belgium during an endurance contest. his car literally somersaulting twice i didn't know a car could do that, he was not hurt and was able to get out of the car on his own. that's good news. and sheriffs deputy on his way home from work jumps into action to save a newborn baby. a panicked mom flagging down jeremy nix at a red light after her son stopped breathing. dashcam video showing the florida deputy trying to revive the baby before rushing him to the hospital. thanks to nix, he's alive and
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recovering his mom posting on facebook, "i just wanted to world to know how great this officer is and how great god is ." >> [applause] jillian: applause for him. faith wins in colorado. colorado university initially demanded that a student remove references to her christian faith and bible versus from her graduation speech, but after being challenged by the group alliance defending freedom, a change of heart. in a statement the alliance saying in part, "we applaud the university for quickly recognizing that the first amendment protects a graduating student's right to mention her faith in her own speech." that's a look at your headlines. steve: thank you very much jillian because she was told by the administration you've got to review your speech and you can not mention jesus and you can not mention god and she did both jillian: freedom of speech and religion. pete: the way it should be. steve: meanwhile it's friday. what kind of a day do you have ahead? janice dean joins us. ainsley: does it matter it's friday. it's friday and mother's day is happening on sunday. >> [applause]
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>> another reminder, pete and steve. all right here we go with your current temperatures 60 in new york, you can see we've got this boundary that's separating the warmer air from the cooler air and along that boundary that's where we have the threat for strong to severe storm so that's the last 24 hours even snow across the higher elevations of the northern rockies so this is kind of the ongoing threat as we head into saturday, sunday even next week as this boundary doesn't budge and we had storm reports yesterday of hail, damaging winds and even isolated tornadoes in parts of nebraska so there is the future radar you'll see where we see that unsettled weather especially across "the rock" its and great lakes and there's year for cast again very warm across the southern u.s. , 99 in phoenix, 73 beautiful degrees here in new york city it doesn't matter, rain, snow, sunshine, we're all going to have a wonderful mother's day in bed with lots of gifts. >> [laughter] steve: with breakfast in bed. pete: that's always a good one when you forget last minute
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breakfast in bed go for it. ainsley: janice you had your birthday this week and your mom came in town for that because you can celebrate mother's day. we're very grateful for you. ainsley: good week. steve: thank you, jd. ainsley: remember when the president said this? president trump: and the other thing we have to do is create new bidding procedures for the drug industry, because they're getting away with murder. ainsley: the secretary of health and human services is here next with how the president's keeping that promise. steve: and justice served, a terrorist plan to bomb and it backfires, big time. pete: not bad. >> ♪ it's the final countdown ♪
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steve: time for quick friday morning headlines for you, you could soon serve jail time for being mean online. uk officials proposing prison sentences for people who post hostile things on social media, including hate towards race, religion, or sexual identity. violators could face up to six years behind bars, so beware. and license plates could soon be going digital. a company is trying to get approval to bring the concept to florida with hopes of expanding it nationwide. there are essentially tablets that replace traditional plates at a cost of about $700. are you kidding me? create ors hope they can one day display emergency messages like amber alerts, that's a good idea electronic tags are already available in the state of california. so it could be coming to florida ainsley? ainsley: thanks, steve after a big week on foreign policy president trump is now looking to make good on his promises
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here at home. president trump: the drug industry has been disastrous. they're leaving left and right. they supply our drugs but they don't make them here to a large extent, and the other thing we have to do is create new bidding procedures for the drug industry , because they're getting away with murder. ainsley: well today president trump unveils his plan to bring drug prices down. here with details secretary of health and human services, thanks so much, mr. secretary for being with us. >> thank you, ainsley great to be with you. ainsley: well we love having you what can we expect today? this effects so many seniors especially our parents with sick children, it gets outrageously expensive so what's the big announcement today? >> so the president promised he was putting american patients first and that's exactly what he is doing today. he will be rolling out the single most comprehensive approach to making prescription drugs affordable of any president in the history of the united states. dozens of initiatives, smart,
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targeted, efficient, but still respecting innovation, still ensuring patients in america have access to the best therap ies. ainsley: i know that you have four major strategies let's go through these the first one is increased competition in drug markets what do you mean by that >> so what we're going to do is make sure we're getting rid of any gaming by these branded these prescription drug companies to make sure they're not preventing access for new generics coming on the market and these new biosimilars which are the generics of these really complex expensive drugs. we want to get those on the market as soon as possible and so that there's competition. we want more branded drugs in this country again more competition. we're going to go after any type of gaming of our patent system, any anti-competitive behavior, anything that keeps prices artificially up. ainsley: next one is give medicare part d plans better tools to negotiate discounts. what do you mean? >> so some of our government programs have gotten a little bit dates compared to the tools
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we have in the commercial marketplace where we can negotiate better sometimes we want to free up our government programs to be able to negotiate the same kind of good deals that we get in commercial. we also have some parts of our government programs where we don't negotiate at all and we want to use the private sector tools that we have in other parts of our program to negotiate discounts for those drugs to bring savings to the system down and savings for our senior citizens. ainsley: is that what you mean by the new incentives for drug manufactures to lower their prices? >> so that would be the third category. right now in this bizarre system of drug pricing we have in the united states, every incentive, it's towards higher list prices, because everybody in the system gets a cutoff of that list price except the patient who pays a cut off of that list price, so we want reverse a lot of those financial dynamics so that the drug companies have actually an incentive for lower prices where now every incentive for every player is for higher prices, so we're going to rollout some really imaginative approaches that reverse those financial
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incentives, pretty bold stuff today. ainsley: the last one is options to lower patients out of pocket spending. >> so the president's already called in his budget for changes to the prescription drug program in medicare that would allow senior citizens who hit his catastrophic period to pay nothing out of pocket so really, relieve a huge burden on our senior citizens. we're going to go after some practices that really impair senior citizen's ability to get the best deal when they walk into the pharmacy for their drugs, go after frankly some pretty outrageous practices. ainsley: that would be amazing they don't have to pay anything, wow we hope that happens. the president will be speaking in the rose garden at 2:00 p.m. today with these big announcements. democrats are hailing facebook's "transparencies" but guess what terrorists are still using the site to recruit. curt the cyberguy is here to tell us how, next and many comic s are quick to sling in president trump but not jerry
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ainsley: house democrats releasing russian bot facebook a ds to show their so-called impact on the 2016 election while hailing facebook's transparencies. pete: because you voted for president trump based on one ad, however a new report finds at least a dozen u.s. designated terror groups still maintain a presence on the social media site, like hamas, hezbollah, -- steve: and curt the cyberguy
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joins us, you know it wasn't too long ago mark zuckerberg was in the hot seat talking about how -- >> oh, was that the hot seat i thought it was a big infomertial for facebook. steve: well that too. he did a good job selling facebook that day and selling us on the idea that facebook is now out front of all of these issues whether it's privacy, the election and especially terrorism as you recall on that day in front of congress mark zuckerberg sitting there going one thing i can really brag about is our ability to get terrorists off of the facebook platform. we've got 99% of them and we've got the artificial intelligence and it just does wonders, not true. go on facebook, go on the search field, and you search for common top 12 terror groups, and guess what? you'll find them. you'll find them. ainsley: why would he allow that is he making money off these groups? >> couple of things, he doesn't want it there but they're just not good enough at stopping him so don't buy into the rhetoric facebook suddenly overnight fixed it all they have not and so what's happening is these
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terror groups go on suddenly see 44,000 people following one, and they, you know, we call and say hey why is this there and suddenly it's gone of course because they take it down, but in a few hours it'll be back again, they just do a slight tweek to the look and the name, and that group is back in business again, so one after another this is a huge problem for them. the question is why aren't they doing something, with the architecture of facebook to protect us against this because what these people intend to do is use facebook to get to open minds that are willing to be recruited and just spew the hatred and rhetoric of their own online. steve: i tell you what they might not be doing that but they have a legion of lawyers which wrote this statement. there's no place for terrorists or content that promotes terrorism on facebook and we remove it as soon as we become aware of it. you say that's true. we know we can do more, you say that can be true, and we've been making major investments.
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>> real cautious statement there and thank you. i will tell you this at least for the first time, this year, facebook is taking responsibility instead of saying oh, it's not our stuff it's what everybody else posted on our neutral ground that we have provided, they're getting out of that note and more into owning the fact that there is a problem , several problems with facebook namely with our privacy and that they should be doing more things to police that, and the fact is though they originated and built this architecture that we all got sucked into and we now we're just victim to however that, we're hooked but also they weren't thinking how should we best be protecting americans or individuals online until all this bad stuff happens, and we're still stuck with the secret algorithms we don't know that much about and as conservatives oftentimes -- >> and my suggestion is this, why not, if they don't want to let their secret sauce out and that's why they say they won't give us transparency there why
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not allow a group to go in and monitor that that will keep a secret. ainsley: thanks, curt. a huge show, still ahead from the state department just back from north korea plus geraldo.
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would we waterboard him. if she wants to try what water boarding feels like why don't she do it? president trump: to have pride in our history and respect for our great american flag. >> [applause] >> we could say a lot about, you know, president trump, but the man is a patriot and loves his country. >> ♪ ♪ ainsley: so appropriate for friday, been working all weekend it's time almost for a good time ours starts in two hours. steve: no ours starts right now. ainsley: we'll have a good time, i mean outside of work. there's certain things we can't do at work that we might do on the weekend. steve: are you talking about an adult beverage? pete: or you're shaming me because i work on the weekends and -- steve: sorry, pete.
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pete: it's good to be here with you. ainsley: four hours on fox & friends tomorrow and sunday. four house of amazing -- pete: there's always news on the weekends. steve: good to have you. peter strzok appreciate it. steve: meanwhile we've got a fox news alert. ainsley: president trump making it official announcing when and where he's meeting with the north korean leader kim jong-un. president trump: we're going to set the table, we're going to make a great deal for the world. steve: kevin corke is live from the white house with all the details that we know and kevin there are probably more that we don't know than we do know. >> you know how the game is played they tell us a little bit and we can only share a little bit but i can tell you this guys , mark your calendars pack your bags the president mays it official he's on his way to the big summit between the president of the united states and the leader of north korea. let me take you to twitter his favorite social media platform the president may makes it official saying the highly anticipated meeting between kim jong-un and myself will take
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place in singapore on june 12 and we will both try to make it a very special moment for world peace last night that big rally in indiana wouldn't you have loved to have been there. great crowd president hailed the upcoming summit, and also reminded folks how the know it all media got it wrong again, when it suggested his approach was all wrong. president trump: do you remember everybody in the fake news where they were saying he's going to get us into a nuclear war. >> booo. president trump: he's going to get us into a nuclear war and do you know what gets you into nuclear wars and do you know what gets you into other wars? weakness. >> mr. trump's announcement of the summit time and date coming just hours after he welcomed home three u.s. detainees released by north korea but as you can well imagine, even with everything all set skeptics a bound. >> how he has manipulated perceptions and how he's manipulated and duped mr. t.
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i hope that a meeting results in the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. >> what are the odds? >> i think probably less than .1%. >> that would certainly be skeptical. don't forget very busy day here we have a briefing guys at 2:30 we'll hear lots more about not just what's happening with the summit but also what promises to be a very busy day in addition to the briefing the president talking with automakers and lowering drug prices, all coming your way later today on fox news channel but for now back to you in new york. steve: ever in thank you very much be careful there doing quadrant by quadrant there in the sprinklers. pete: wrong time you're in trouble. >> all right ainsley: it's amazing how far we've come so quickly. don't you remember a few months ago both leaders kim jong-un and president trump were throwing jabs? president trump: that's what it looks like you go all the way they believe you, and then you come to the table. steve: meanwhile the president of the united states was on the road last night campaign-style
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rally essentially he was saying he was in indiana, that's the message. pete: i like what you did there, steve. steve: thank you very much he was taking a victory lap talking about how things are going our way in the us of a. president trump: this is truly an exciting time for our country jobs are booming, remember? i told you. i told you. >> [applause] president trump: confidence is soaring, and optimism is at the top of every chart. america is being respected again >> [applause] president trump: if joe donnelly , sleeping joe, and the democrats get back into power, remember what i said. they will raise your taxes. they will destroy your jobs, and they are going to knock the hell out of your borders.
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they fight for all of the thins that we don't stand for and we're going to have a great victory in 2018. you watch. we're going to have a great victory. >> [applause] president trump: if you have to work every day between now and november to reelect more republicans so that we continue making america great again. >> [applause] president trump: this is the first for indiana. our new slogan, for 2020, do you know what it is? keep america great. >> [applause] ainsley: that's the new slogan. keep america great. so he said, after bringing home the hostages at 2:00 in the morning he said he didn't get back to the white house until 4: 30 and he said my people said you don't have to go to indiana, mr. president and he said oh, no no no i'm going to indiana. there were thousands of people in line. did you see the lines on the sidewalk outside? steve: it was campaign style rally. mark stein had this observation.
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he loves what the president does >> the president has essentially invented a kind of new form the way fdr did with his fireside chats on the radio and it works for him. he's comfortable in the job. he's comfortable with himself and he's doing all republicans and all conservatives a service and this is something that jeb and john kasich ic and all the rest can learn from him is he's not being boxed in by democrat media discourse. he's basically found a way to get out what he wants to get out and it works for him really well pete: it's a great analogy. you think of fdr in those fire side chats use the medium of your time to reach the people, because the media won't do it for you. he talks about not getting boxed in. most candidates, conventional candidates at some point bend to the so-called mainstream media rely on them.
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he just goes right past them and through them and you talk about borders, i mean he's making a great point when it comes to borders. he's running around wearing a shirt that i don't believe in borders that is the logical extent of their view. steve: one of the other things the president does is he uses his smartphone, twitter, facebook. does he use snapchat? it's like nobody's business. pete: maybe. we'll check that out. ainsley: i was watching fox & friends earlier and jillian was talking about how if you watch some of the other networks i think msnbc can the producers help me? they barely covered. like how many seconds their primetime shows? 30 seconds maybe an average of 30 seconds to talk about the prisoners coming home, the americans and the hostages. it's such a positive story democrat or republican it doesn't matter that's amazing for our country. steve: meanwhile let's talk a little bit about this. according to republicans on capitol hill the department of justice has been stonewalling. they have been asking for
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documents regarding apparently an fbi intel source that has helped robert mueller and it sounds like according to an op-ed in today's wall street journal by kimberly strassel that it could have been an fbi operative who essentially was inserted into some sort of interaction with the trump campaign in the summer before the election and it looks like according to people that she has talked to, like the fbi was out to frame donald trump. ainsley: listen to this what she wrote in the wall street journal we know mr. nunes' request deals with a top secret intelligence source of the fbi and cia who was a u.s. citizen and who was involved in the russia collusion probe. we might take this to mean that the fbi secretly had a person on the payroll who used his or her non-fbi credentials to interact in some capacity with the trump campaign so the question is did they send the doj fbi did they send a spy, someone who works
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for them, into work for the trump campaign. steve: or interact with them. pete: this may be why you hear from so many people that know so much they say there's still more to come. there's more to find out and be revealed and kimberly may actually know the source. we don't know that just not reporting it so rush limbaugh yesterday had a good take on all of this. listen to rush. >> everybody now, that's been studying this, is convinced that the fbi did have an informant and that they planted the informant so they had somebody in there actually spying. looking for collusion, and they still don't have it. what does it say that they even had the audacity to plant an informant in the presidential campaign of one candidate. not hillary, but trump. it tells you they really believe this nonsense, that the russians and trump were buddies and were colluding to steal the election, and that just boggles my mind.
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it's just going to be one of the most embarrassing periods in the fbi's history when all of this is finally revealed and the history of it written. steve: and that is why nunes and trey gowdy went to the department yesterday, department of justice yesterday to try to get the documents regarding the source. they would not give them to them , however they did issue this statement. ainsley: the spokesperson for the doj says we've invited chairman nunes and gowdy to the department today, as we stated in our response to chairman nunes last week, we welcome the opportunity to discuss whether there are other ways to accommodate his in inquiry regarding a specific individual. pete: so they're working together but you kind of wonder why wouldn't this name be released? steve: because it's super embarrassing. pete: or very top secret but steve you had a suggestion of last hour how this could all change. steve: that's right there's one person who can declassify
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everything with one signature, and the signature would say donald trump. pete: it's a lot of up and down. steve: a lot of that. ainsley: what do they call that in the doctor's office when you look at the heartbeat? i don't know what it's called. pete: the ekg. ainsley: where they say his signature looks like that? steve: anyway the president could declassify it so now it's time for some news. ainsley: good morning to you guys at home as well the trump adminitration will not stand for iran rocket attacks on israel in a statement the white house saying the iranian regime's deployment into syria of rocket and missile systems aimed at israel and they have been launch ing attacks since president trump announced he would withdraw from the nuclear deal. president is now considering an army veteran and double amputee to lead the va. a new report saying florida congressman brian mast is on the list of potential candidates the first member of congress to open
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an office in a va facility. president trump is looking to replace former va secretary who was fired in march. his first nominee, white house doctor ronny jackson, withdrew last month so we'll keep you updated there. steve: he would be great. pete: terrific indeed. thank you very much. steve: coming up democrats doing everything they can to holdup president trump's pick that will lead the cia. i need to at least get a sense of what your moral code says about those kind of actions. >> i want to see, i want to feel, i want to trust that you have the moral compass that you said you have. >> i don't remember them askings questions of john brennan anyway are the democrats just playing politics with our national security? our next guest worked for the cia and he's a democrat and his insight is next. pete: plus think there's no chance your city will become a sanctuary for illegals? think again. the new movement to take over the entire country. what?
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moral code says about those kind of actions. >> i want to see, i want to feel, i want to trust that you have the moral compass that you said you have. steve: democrats seem more concerned with gina haspel's morals and qualifications to be the cia director our next guest a former cia officer said the hearing proved that democrats are just playing politics with our national security here with more is former cia officer, and we should point out, brian dean, is also a democrat and brian, you were really disappointed in what you heard a couple of days ago aren't you? >> incredibly so. the bottom line to what that hearing should have focused on is how she was going to help lead the nation and indeed the agency for ward on a whole bunch of different national security concerns, china, russia, north korea, iran. she got nothing asked of her by the democrats and only a little bit by marco rubio the republican from florida. there was no talk of all of that
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it was all what happened 10-15 years ago and i think that while that is important to add least address there was no focus on anything else. steve: and brian you go back a couple of years ago and when barack obama's pick to run the cia, john brennan was inexactly the same chair and a number of those senators were in attendance keep in mind, he was the number four person at the cia. he effectively was in management , she was lower level, and yet i don't remember anything even approaching that level of animosity going on in that room. >> well, the questions that should have been asked of her and him both were not, right? there was a very clear partisan hit by unfortunately my party against a woman who has served for over 30 years in an incredible way and yet the questions that were asked of her weren't asked of brennan and they were held to two very different standards. in fact if you read some of the reporting from the washington
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post they were commentsing on her appearance, on a jacket it was a cement color it's like are you kidding me? that is really the threshold, the media, the democratic senators want to hold of this woman? it's horrific and embarrassing. steve: you worked at the cia for a long time. you have people who you're in contact all the time with there. do they want her to run the agency? >> absolutely. everyone that i have spoken with , they are convinced that she is a thoughtful leader, keen ink lect and a tough operator someone who understands the threats against this country and bottom line she's supported by a whole bunch of folks on a bipartisan basis and that's really what the american people should know with broad support. steve: absolutely i think despite the politics she will be confirmed but nonetheless a rough ride for her. we thank you very much for joining us from politico can, washington thank you sir. >> you bet. steve: meanwhile now that more states are making pot legal more companies aren't testing for it.
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bing" and that means there will likely be a shortage of ice cream this summer. vanilla ice cream at least. the price going up after a series of natural disasters in madagascar where most of your vanilla of our vanilla is produced. who knew that i didn't. now we're a little smarter pete. pete: i didn't know you made me a lot smarter. thank you more and more states are legalizing pot as you know, and a recent survey found the number of companies in colorado leading the curve on that testing for marijuana is on the decline. is this a good idea? here to debate former police officer federal prosecutor, and deputy white house drug czar joe peters and jessie johnson, ceo of purple peace so i don't like to put people in boxes but joe, you're generally anti-pot and jessie, more pro-legalization. jessie let me start with you so do you think as the study finds that as legalization grows at the state level, still illegal at the federal rebel, but companies are testing less for
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it is that a good idea? >> absolutely a good idea and they should be on board before march 2020. it's just a cost saving initiative that every organization can take on right now and the truth be told -- pete: wait how are we saving money through that? >> we're saving money because it's a redundant policy. it is a qualifier so to speak. pete: okay. >> and at the end of the day most people cannot even say that they have been tested more than three times at their current job pete: sure so joe, do you find is there a risk that businesses are going to incur if they're dropping their barriers and marijuana is even more potent today as well? >> that's one of the most important points, i think. i mean it's great that there's availability of jobs and we don't have enough workers and kudos to the president for helping our economy, but this is not the way to find workers. marijuana, as you said, used to be 3 to 4% thc, and now it's 20
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and 30 so it's not your father's marijuana any more and then to invite this into the workplace, you know, i don't want to be the patient for the surgeon or the nurse who might be high on marijuana, or in the highway and there's a car passing me, or in that assembly line with heavy equipment being used. pete: so jessie, how do you handle that? is that a decision businesses should make? we're in such a high risk sector that we're going to test for this, should government make that decision because you would acknowledge there are probably roles we don't want people using marijuana in. >> oh, absolutely it doesn't matter to me the percentage on the cannabis. the facts are if they're coming into work high then they shouldn't be coming to work, and the reality of it is we put people in place to monitor these things, and it's all incident- based so, at the end of the day, our if efficacy on our healthcare products is increas ing along with the
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tolerance rate so it isn't your average at the end of the day. pete: but if it's incident-based then you're behind the curve as opposed to being in front of the curve so if you have a drug test hopefully catching people before they're high on the job. >> well everyone wants preventive care but we make our money off treatment so at the end of the day the preventive care in this situation is that barrier-to-entry that has prevented the majority of individuals over 60% now approve of it, to have that job, and you're just diversifying the workforce if you do not put this barrier-to-entry, and at the end of the day if you assume that your employee is under the influence, test them. it is your right. pete: it is your right to test. >> you are the owner and the manager. pete: joe could you bw seen as behind the curve in that if someone uses recreational pot in their down time but when they come to work they're ready to go and prepared to go and there's state laws that have said that's
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your perogative, recreation at use, so could we be punishing people that don't need to be punished? >> no i don't think so. it's still illegal federally and number two in states that have legalized marijuana recreational ly it has provided a host of ancillary problems. drug driving deaths are up, teen use is up, because the message is it's okay. it's now okay in the workplace. employer liability. if you own that company or that truck that causes an accident because someone is high while they're driving, that's going to drive up all kinds of cost, so i think it's the wrong move at the wrong time. pete: well reall it without clarity you're right. different state laws and federal law, but you know i think if companies making decisions for themselves is the place to be oftentimes. >> absolutely and at the end of the day, you're consciously narrowing down your target. pete: we've got to leave it there, joe peters and jessie johnson thank you for your time.
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>> good to be with you. pete: appreciate it not one, not two but five top isis commanders captured so why isn't anyone talking about that and giving the president any credit for it? we'll ask that question, plus georgia's gun toting gubernatorial candidate is throwing political correctness out the window. watch. >> i've got a big truck. just in case i need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself. i just said that. pete: that's a real ad. not everyone happy about it though. we'll bring it to you. >> ♪ ♪ here's the story of green mountain
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president trump: the last deal, i had to do it. our military was depleted. when did we need military more
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than we need great military right now? we got $700 billion to rebuild our military. it will be stronger than ever before. >> [applause] steve: and when he was a candidate that's one of the things he promised if elected president something else he promised was he would do his best to wipe isis off the face of the earth, and as it turns out, there's big news regarding that in the last 48 hours, we have learned that five top isis leaders, right there, have been taken off the battlefield by the u.s.. pete: that's right a joint u.s. iraqi raid leading to the capture of these five fine gentlemen. isis leaders self-admitted and will also note their interrogation of these five because if you're a leader you've got intelligence led to air force strikes that killed another 40 isis fighters as well , so still, you know, their caliphate may be gone but you've
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still got to hunt the leaders. ainsley: and they were in syria and we used our intelligence over there and iraqi forces to lure them over the border and that's where they were captured. one of them was a top aid. steve: this is a gigantic news story and we've been talking about it and yet if you were watching a couple of the other channels they didn't touch it for one second. abc and nbc, zero seconds talking about this; however i will say this. nbc that same night apparently did have time to run three reports on pittsburgh and abc did do a big drug cartel report that mocks the idea of the wall, so they had plenty of time to do other stuff but isn't it interesting they had no time to talk about this win. ainsley: you're talking about the nightly news coverage correct? pete: well we had a chance to talk to dakota meyer earlier himself a medal of honor recipient, asked him about media coverage of something this significant in our fight against isis and this is what he had to
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say. >> it's not journalism any more those networks i look at it's where opinions are facts to them they would rather see the president fail than america succeed. he's accomplishing so much and you never hear the wins all you hear is the negatives. he's doing what he's saying he's going to do and for us as war fighters it gives us the confidence that what we're doing if nothing else it means something and we have somebody whose backing us up no matter what. pete: think about where we are today vis-a-vis two, three, four years ago i remember watching the towns that guys like dakota, myself, others fought to keep free, fall to the black flag of isis felt like a situation out of control. president trump vowed to crush them. we have the caliphate has been taken down. now these leaders are being hunted down systematically, a credit goes to our military as the president always said but you also need a commander-in-chief to focus on that goal and a priority on it and he certainly has. remember how far we've come. steve: absolutely and so that's why it's interesting that at least two of the major networks
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didn't even talk about it at all during the nightly news. you know, there's as the president was talking last night there's a lot of winning going on whether it's record low unemployment, how they're destroying isis or the release of those hostages from north korea, there's a lot of people in the mainstream media just don't want to talk about it because they don't want to give the president credit. ainsley: unemployment 3.9%. pete: that's why he holds rall ies indiana. steve: by the way the new york times did have a headline, president trump, it's a possibility. pete: oh, really? steve: i'm sure a number of the readers of the new york times were choking on their cheerios but the new york times says he could win the nobel peace. pete: jillian i want to listen to your headlines. jillian: were they honey nut cheerios or the regular kind? steve: when you're choking on them i don't notice. jillian: let's get you caught up on headlines a package bomb
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detonates in front of a texas church and fears now growing there could be more. police say the blast broke windows at the church but nobody was hurt. investigators now working with the atf and fbi to figure out whose responsible and this comes about two weeks after a similar device was found unexploded outside this nearby starbucks. no word yet on this. justice is served. take a look at this video showing an isis terrorist planting a roadside bomb in iraq and getting blown up by that same bomb seconds later. the iraqi military releasing the clip as they work to completely wipe out the terror group, that's something. he sparked outrage for this political ad, pretending to threaten a boy interested in dating his teenage daughter with a gun. well now brian kemp is releasing an explosive new ad calling himself a politically incorrect conservative watch this. >> i've got a big truck. just in case i need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself. i just said that.
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jillian: [laughter] kind of funny i guess. kemp is running for georgia's republican governor. a woman blasts her use ic so loud she can't hear burglars break into her house. check it out. >> [music playing] jillian: so the music actually cut out when they ripped the tv off the wall this is in ohio, but i think i just heard the best line of the day, ainsley said the moral of the story is? ainsley: last night, they said the moral of the story is something of the effect just don't play that song. jillian: because the song is playing on the tv when they rip it off the music cuts off. ainsley: well did they catch the guy? jillian: i don't know but there's a clear video of them.
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pete: well thank you, jillian. during headlines i looked for the five isis leaders captured in the failing new york times and in the print edition today, i have not seen it yet. steve: stay tuned meanwhile, on the front page it does have the forecast for new york city but we don't need that because we've got janice dean. >> here i am and it is a beautiful day here in new york city temperatures around 73 degrees lots of sunshine, we do have this frontal boundary that is kind of draped across the northeast separating the cooler air from the warmer air, so we're going to be kind of hovering a little bit below average across the northern tier of the country, along that boundary that's where we have the threat for stronger storms including large hail, damaging winds even isolated tornadoes we saw the potential for severe weather today we'll see it ongoing throughout the afternoon and in towards the weekend as well you can even see that higher elevation snow a little bit of a late season snowfall there, there is the forecast very warm across the south, 73 here in new york city, 47 in
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minneapolis, 49 in billings, 99 in phoenix but this weekend is going to be great. hi, ladies wave to everybody at home, come on. say hi to steve, ainsley and brian. >> hi. how are you? >> thank you for coming, keep me company. >> came here just to see you janice. >> that was like her main goal in coming here today. >> all right steve: well she almost missed it. ainsley: they seem like a lot of fun. pete: love it. steve: so brian what's coming up pete: my middle name is brian. so i feel great. ainsley: they're so close to you they know your middle name. steve: meanwhile straight ahead on this friday the report is shocking half of all americans now live in a town that protects illegal immigrants. half are sanctuaries the question is is your town next? ainsley: and many comics are quick to sling insults at president trump. >> asked if you're freeing hostages can i go too? >> [laughter] >> look at him.
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president trump: we're going to build a wall, we are already starting the wall. >> [applause] president trump: we will have those borders extremely strong, extremely powerful, and we will have laws that match the border. ainsley: president trump promising to build that wall and secure the border but right now, there's actually a surge of policy that actually protect illegal immigrants there's a new study and it finds half of all
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americans live under some sort of sanctuary policy and then guess what in two years, it could be the entire country. joining us now is dan stein, the president of the federation of american immigration reform which put out this study good morning to you dan, thanks for joining us. >> glad to be here ainsley. ainsley: well tell us about the story what did you find? >> well there's been an explosion of this pushback, sanctuary cities counties about 263 just since donald trump took office in 2000 there were only 11 jurisdictions that would not cooperate with federal immigration authorities in what they call ice detainers now you got about 564 and at the rate they're growing it could be the whole country but of course there are red states, republican states where it's not going to move as quickly so it might not be in the next two years but at the rate they're going we see a major division in this country the democratic party is full on against immigration enforcement and immigration control and these sanctuary jurisdictions are a threat to public safety. ainsley: who is responsible for all of these jurisdictions?
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564 right now? those are communities where we protect criminals, illegal criminals right? >> well it's local, political operatives mostly democrats unfortunately, that basically want to stop immigration enforcement. look trying to catch illegal immigrants without state and local cooperation is like trying to catch butterflies with a big hole in your net it really doesn't work and that's basically the political reason why they're trying to do this. the old days civil immigration detainers very simple after an alien basically commits a crime and serves their time and puts them on a immigration hold for a day or two and the federal authorities pick them up and the acl. says no, no, immigration has to go to an article three federal court to get a warrant like a criminal warrant otherwise cities are risking liability if they hold an alien under an immigration hold, and of course, that's a huge torpedo the basic political attack is to stop all immigration enforcement basic pushback on donald trump. we're working in california and the cities down there in orange
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county, places like that, in chicago, and indiana and others to bring lawsuits to challenge these basically taking away for the federal government the authority to decide who has to go and who doesn't, states are trying to grab that authority take it away, spend our taxpayer money on people with no right to be here, in-state tuition all kinds of benefits and then turnaround and say well states don't have an obligation to help the federal government but certainly seems like an obligation to assist illegal immigrants and stay in the country and their son beautiful guy worked for the firefighters, the police department a couple weeks ago he died at the hands of an alien who should have been deported but montgomery county, maryland didn't honor the ice detainer in 2015 americans are losing their lives. ainsley: people are dying because of this thank you so much dan stynex, we appreciate you being here. many comics are quick to sling insults at president trump but not jerry seinfeld. now do you do trump stuff when
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you go out? >> no, it doesn't interest me. i do a lot of stuff. ainsley: so should others follow his lead plus joining us from the state department, heather no wer, she just returns from north korea and we also have geraldo rivera. >> ♪ ♪ it's a bold blend of coe with rich flavors of uganda, sumatra, colombia and other parts of south america. like these mountains, each amazing on their own. but together? magical. all, for a smoother tasting cup of coffee. green mountain coffee roasters. for my constipation, my doctor recommended i switch to miralax. stimulant laxatives forcefully stimulate the nerves in your colon. miralax is different. it works with the water in your body. unblocking your system naturally. miralax. now available in convenient single-serve mix-in pax.
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>> the last time trump brought a prisoner back from a foreign country she became first lady and that worked out grade. >> melania trump asked if you're freeing hostages can i go too? >> [laughter] >> look at him he thinks he deserves to be president even though he lost by 3 million
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votes. steve: many comics are all too quick to sling insults at president trump but not a comedy legend. >> now do you do trump stuff when you go out? >> no, it doesn't interest me. i do a lot of stuff. steve: so will commend januaries follow seinfeld's example? our next guest joins us right now from los angeles here to weigh in comedian and writer producer of kevin can wait, michael loftus. good morning to you. >> hey good morning how you guys doing? steve: we're doing okay so what does jerry seinfeld know that the other comics don't know? >> here is what jerry knows. he's a smart dude and he can see the writing on the wall, like everybody's doing anti-trump stuff. i think the nation is saturated with it. every late night comic, every newspaper, it's just been done to death and why not be original why not talk about what you really want to talk about. for jerry it's raisins.
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for me, it's donald trump. i mean, how many crappy cheetos jokes can you hear? how many bad come-over jokes can you hear before you've had enough and you're like please jerry fell me about sun made rai sins. steve: i'm sure michael you watch late night television just to see what the other comics are talking about. they're not even jokes just in u.s. after insult and it wears you out. >> it really does, and then there's such bullies about it, if you don't make fun of trump they get mad at you. look at what they did to jimmy fall on. jimmy fall long treated the president with respect and everybody is like you better start picking on him or we'll throw you out of the club. that's not cool. the left has become this thing they hate. if you don't think like us you're in big trouble and to me the good artist the good stand ups go the other way. steve: it's interesting you
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should point that out because brett ellis a guy who wrote american psycho and a bunch of novels is warning hollywood there could be a backlash to leftist histeria. you agree with that? >> he's absolutely right, and it's happening now. listen, the left used to be about hey, man have some flowers , free love, and now they're just like bullies. they're just a group of bullies. they're making fun of melania trump. she speaks 112 languages and they're like she's got an accent we don't like her and it's like what's wrong with you people? steve: and it's a double standard as well, michael because if they made those comments about a democrat holy cow their hair would catch on fire. >> oh, absolutely and i love right now like the press and comedians are like we're speaking truth to power it's our job to go after these people. oh, yeah, i remember during the eight years of obama, it was crazy.
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every late night host i'm like hey leave obama alone, you guys. steve: now in your act you actually defend donald trump. how does the audience -- >> i do. steve: how are they receptive to that? >> first of all, there's the shock, there's the 10% shock where just everything just tightens up and they're like did he really just do that and then you have this huge wave of people who are just like finally finally somebody's talking to me people are into it. listen, donald trump and the republicans, the conservative movement we're selling freedom, we're selling entrepreneurship and capitalism and happiness. we are the counterculture. we're doing great. steve: leave us with one thought about donald trump. >> they need to televise the wall. he needs to build the wall, they need to put like do like wipeout have one of those big fans on the top with pads so when people do try to cross over they get knocked off. steve: [laughter] i know exactly what you're talking about michael loftus, a
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comedian writer who joins us from out west. thank you very much. >> out west, thank you. steve: heather nauert is going to join us and geraldo too next hour. . . . .
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♪ >> mark your calendars, pack your bags, the president makes it official he is on the way to the big summit. >> we're going to make a great deal for the world, for north korea, for south korea, for japan, for china. pete: five top isis commanders were captured. look at actual media network coverage. zero seconds. zero second. >> it is not journal i. >> they would rather see the president fail, not succeed. melissa: applying for state financial aid. >> what about the american people? i think it is sad. i think it is sick. every american that goes to college should be outraged. >> president promised woe put
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>> great to see all of you. ainsley: set the stage for singapore. what can we expect. >> this administration made more progress in last eight weeks than the government has last eight years getting north korea to denuclearize. this is a great step. >> as we look ahead to the summit meeting set to take place in singapore. you can expect a lot of planning. there are a lot of logistics involved in planning that. we, secretary pompeo, set sort of the expectations that we have for north korea to denuclearize. he made our expectations very well-known in the talks with kim jong-un. between now and then, a lot of conversations how those meetings will to down. steve: heather, there is a story out today, that apparently sounds like the north koreans
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are removing some of the extra buildings at some of their testing sites over there. it is unclear to the person who wrote this story why they're doing it. i bet you know more about that than whoever wrote the news story? >> something i actually can't confirm at this time. we watch those situations very carefully. the overall united states government does. we think that they are, certainly kim jong-un pledged to do the right thing. others have said they would denuclearize. that is what we are pushing for. we are going for that. our expectations are clear and administration policy is well-known by the north koreans. pete: former cia director john brennan thinks your chance or president's chance or secretary pompeo's chance of getting north korea to denuclearize is very, very low. listen what he had to say. >> okay. >> i hope the summit meeting results in the denuclearization of korean peninsula. >> what are the odds?
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>> less than .1%. pete: .1%. he is predicting 99% failure in this outcome. >> here is what i can say. we're committed to doing this. the north koreans made good faith calls. it was certainly a good faith effort in releasing our american bringers in earlier this week. we were tremendously proud to bring those folks home. look, we are realistic and clear-eyed about this. but it doesn't mean that we aren't going to make every effort and every attempt to achieve president trump's policy of denuclearization of the peninsula. we're a long way from that but we'll make our efforts. steve: the sanctions will not come off until they could that that -- do that, right? >> we came with other countries to put sanctions on north korea and other entities to get them to denuclearize.
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we see the sanctions working. that brought them to the table. our allies are in agreement on that. we're pushing in the right directions but those sanctions do not come off until denuclearization happens. steve: a couple days ago you were with mike pompeo. i know, we saw the still images but what was it like on the ground with kim jong-un? >> yeah. so first let me start off by telling you a little bit about what it was like when our american prisoners came on the plane. try to picture this, guys, in north korea, we're at pongyang airport. these three men are walking on to a plane that says united states of america across that plane. how incredible, the taste of freedom. they walked on board. we each got the opportunity to take a look at them, shake their hands, welcome home. even though we were still on north korea soil, they were under the protection of the united states of america. they looked at us and said, god bless america.
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we're so proud to be americans. we all teared up. we all choked up. it was an incredible moment. that really for me as an american, someone represents the state department and the administration was the highlight of the week. the entire reason we did go there was set the president's table for the meeting with kim jong-un. secretary pompeo made a tremendous amount of progress setting meeting. i was not there in the meeting with kim jong-un. there was one other official. pete: are there any demands that we made up front the north koreans have not agreed to or said that is not possible? >> we're still in the planning stages here. we made it clear. complete, irreversible, denuclearization. we made it clear that was our goal and many other countries around the world back us up. ainsley: as far as the hostages were concerned? what were they like? do they have family members
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here? do they have kids? did you find out what was in the note one of them handed to mike pompeo? >> i understand note was handed to vice president pence. i'm not seen it myself. i'm not familiar with what is in that. these are men of faith. that is very important to them. they have families here in the united states. they are united states citizens. nye counselor affair colleagues, had opportunity to give the families a call, their family members, now the freed americans i like to call them are on the way home. can you imagine getting that phone call from the united states government, hey, we have your dad, we have your husband, we have your brother. we reached out to some of them. some of the families were on the way to washington, d.c. to be reunited. they're private citizens. i don't know what is ahead of them but they're glad to be home on safe ground. ainsley: did they mention to you about their treatment? >> i did not ask them personally
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about that. as you imagine it is extremely sensitive situation when they're coming on board the plane sunlight was something some of them had not exposure to. our goal was give them their space. give them their space. they spent time with our state department, white house doctors. also psychiatrists. they were the main point of contacts with the men on flights home. so they could take care of them. we didn't want to probe. i'm sure some of the conversations will be had in the coming days. their treatment, what they experienced, what they're goals are for the future. steve: what a week between the hostages. a couple days earlier, pulling the plug on the iran deal. now the sanctions kick back, they snap back but we really need the help of our european allies because if they just pretend, business as usual, then this thing is not going to work. >> that is the entire reason president trump made the decision to pull out of iranian nuclear deal. the iranian nuclear deal only
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dealt with one small part, some would call it significant, one part of iran's behavior, that is its interest in its nuclear program. forgetting about all the bad activities iran is involved in all around the world. we watch the news carefully. iran's revolutionary corps and attacking our ally israel. they are doing lots of bad things around the world. we see iran backing houthi rebels in yemen. shooting missiles and rockets into saudi arabia, our close strategic partner. they're doing lots of bad things around the world as the united states intends to hold them to account for. now our next step talk with the european allies and others let's look at iran, through the totality of the bad acts just not one narrow slice of a nuclear deal. pete: heather, nancy pelosi, not surprisingly does not agree. listen what she says about the deal. >> okay. pete: >> without the agreement iran was on the path to have a nuclear weapon in one or two
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years. so to those who keep saying this is important for to us stop them from getting a weapon way down the road you have just given them license to go forward in a year or two. we take an oath to protect and defend. that is our first responsibility. i do not think the president is honoring that oath by what he did. pete: she says the bomb is more likely now. >> well, look, we have seen iran lie and lie again. they have not been good actors in all of this. you saw the documents that israel was able to obtain out of iran. the united states has taken a look at those documents. we believe those to be authentic. we've seen that regime lie in the past. we certainly would have questions about its commitment to the nuclear deal. ainsley: on monday, another historic thing is happening, checking off all these boxes. the u.s. embassy in jerusalem is set to open. what are your comments on that? >> yeah. this is something that the
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president trump talked about on the campaign trail, the importance of opening an embassy in jerusalem. we are pleased that our deputy secretary of state, john sullivan will be leading the delegation. secretary mnuchin will be there, jared and ivanka trump are joining there as well. we're very proud and pleased with president trump accomplished and doing that. that is something he promised. something he is fulfilling. steve: something a lot of presidents promised first time it is happening. heather nauert at one point in time was our news anchor, get be up at 2:00 in the morning. now she never goes to sleep. ainsley: thank you very much, heather. >> it is such an honor to be a part of this state department and this administration. it makes it all worthwhile, when i can be a small part of helping to bring these americans home. i can't tell you guys, i mean this is made, this career change for me entirely worth it. what a meaningful experience.
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pete: very cool. and happy mother's day. >> thank you, thank you. look forward to seeing my family steve: good luck. ainsley: breaking news from "the view." whoopi goldberg wants our president waterboarded. >> remember how the gentleman in the white house talked about torture in the campaign trail. what i would like to say i would like you to try it. steve: we'll talk about that. dow rallying 200 points, triggering a six-day winning streak. will the winning keep on coming? charles payne breaking it down. he is next on "fox & friends." ♪ turn up your swagger game with one a day men's. ♪ get ready for the wild life a complete multivitamin with key nutrients, plus b vitamins for heart health.
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ainsley: this as the dow post as six-day winning streak and jobless claims remain at a record low. steve: i heard that yesterday from the president. what does it all mean? fox business network's charles payne, what is going on down at wall and broad. >> it is coast to coast. market was paying more attention to headlines, had nothing to do with economics to be frank with you, skittishness about potential nafta, china, north korea. steve: that is scary. >> it is scary stuff. it is a lot less scary when you have a job though. the market wasn't reflecting that. remember the market peaked the day president trump went to davos declared war on global elites. that was the peak of the market. now it is coming back because it is too hard to overlook what is happening. what did we learn? all-time record profits for small businesses. 6.6 million jobs are open at this very moment.
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we see amazing things happening. i got to tell you something, what i like about this rally with the market the last few days, there were several sessions we were down book. on friday, the dow made a 500 point reversal to the upside. it could have collapsed but it didn't. this is what i'm calling the goldilocks period in this economy. pete: how about wages, charles? which is such a big one for people. i want a job or even better job or i need to be paid more because the cost of living has gone up substantially? >> wages are -- they are getting better. in fact the first quarter, wages and compensation were at the highest level since the first quarter of 2004 but every one wants to see that happening. anecdotally it should be happening. with that many job openings out there, the ability to quilt. wages are going up. i say is goldilocks. it is not necessarily perfect. not too hot, not too cold. think that is what the market is responding to. if we keep the momentum going we could head into golden economic period in this country.
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technology continues to be great, no doubt about that but technology tied to the consumer. amazon, apple. apple, my goodness, talk about a stock made amazing recovery. wall street started to write it off, iphone is the best-selling phone in the world. industrials, trucks, rails. ainsley: sometimes trucks are sexy [laughter]. just saying. >> just saying. the rails, carloads. if you look at amount of carloads, what they're carrying its amazing. that is the artery of our nation. i love what is happening with the trucks. i love what is happening with the rails. even things like chemical stocks. you don't think about it, but those are really great. one last one, packaging. watch packaging stocks. packaging could be a great proxy for overall economy. if there is great demand for that -- ainsley: what is example of a packaging stock? >> wrk is the stock symbol.
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corrugated boxes. steve: what amazon uses to ship. >> keep eye on corrugated boxes then you have a good idea what is happening in america. >> how much is firing up the economy because of president trump and congress cutting amount of regulation? >> tremendous amount of it. optimism instantaneous particularly among small businesses transferring them into investing money. we want it see businesses build factories. we want to see all these things come back. the regulatory burden was overwhelming. more important than the lower taxes we're seeing. steve: not goldilocks. it is golden -- >> goldilocks now. we keep it going it will be golden. ainsley: not broad and wall but main street. thanks, charles. have a good weekend. >> you too. pete: while our military heroes fight overseas to keep us safe many unsung heroes remain at home.
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there is his picture. she cofound ad organization to help veterans and gold star families. here is kristin anderson, armed forces insurance military spouse of the year. her wonderful husband, who is a hero. gus anderson is a green beret master sergeant. thanks for fighting with our country. thanks for what you do with military families. what was your reaction when you got this award? >> stunned. ainsley: you understand no idea. >> i had no idea. ainsley: they presented you with the award. >> at the metro gala. they said there were 820 people there. so i, i didn't think they called my name actually at first. i said, who did they say? ainsley: how did your name, how did you submit your name, gus, did you submit it or how does that happen? >> actually another military spouse nominated me for the award. it goes to the base level. so i received that award. and then, they choose three from
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each branch and top six. and that is us now. ainsley: gus, tell me about your reaction and about your bride. >> i mean, i am definitely not surprised that she won. she is an unbelievable woman. she cares so much not only about the military community but how our military community is developing and growing together because there is a huge, huge strain on the military community with everything we do. she supports it 100%. the work she does for veterans and gold star families is absolutely unbelievable. ainsley: krista, tell us about your first husband, organization, how you met. >> in 2013, our boys michael and gabriel were one and three. 20 days into his deployment he, he, while riding an atv on back of a mission, rolled over an improvised explosive device. but he lived. he lived for five days. the team worked tirelessly to keep him alive.
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ainsley: did they bring him back to the u.s.? >> brought him to germany, to landstuhl army medical center. where myself and his parents and siblings went to see him. and he donated his organs. and saved three men's lives as well. and gus is actually a friend of his and on his team. and i met them all six months later. becauser this so, short into their deployment. so as they returned, that is when i met him. then, during that time, during, you know the first six months the military community non-profit uso metro green beret foundation, special-ops warrior foundation, all these organization really showed up, you know, and supported our family. so i needed a way to give back to them. you know, i was so grateful. and what i didn't realize is, is
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that when our husbands are, or spouses are in the armed forces they're not just ours. they belong to our nation. so when something happens to them our whole nation grieves. so they wanted to help. ainsley: that's true. >> that's what we do. ainsley: tell us about yourorg saying. >> the quiet professional provides empowering opportunities for gold star families and veterans, to really try to help heal the wounds brought on by war. and, i love to be able to connect with these families and, show them that tragedy does not have to dictate the rest of their life. that their stories are not over. ainsley: what i love about your story? you're raising michael sons, your stepsons now. you get to tell them about their dad and hero that he was. y'all get to share stories. not like you can't talk about your ex-husband because it might make you upset. y'all share that and grief
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together. >> it takes incredible and extraordinary man to honor and support wholeheartedly the mission of, you know, legacy of another and he does that every day. gus does that. ainsley: how long have y'all been married. >> over a year. ainsley: no children yet? >> no. ainsley: was it love at first site? >> i think krista decided that. >> i told him we were going to get married. it was my idea. ainsley: what happened? >> strong woman. >> you know, if it wasn't gus, it wouldn't have been anyone i think. and like you said, we call them daddy stories. we can tell the daddy stories. not all are appropriate just yet. ainsley: how are the boys doing? >> they're fantastic. they are fantastic. our community is so supportive, and, and they're just two godly little boys. ainsley: are they godly little boys? isn't it amazing being a parent. happy mother's day.
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>> you're welcome. ainsley: i'm so glad y'all found each other. god bless you. thank you for serving our country. >> thank you. ainsley: you're welcome. this video is insane. a family including a mom, holding a baby barely escape when a group of cheetahs start chasing them. the whole story coming up next. breaking news from "the view," whoopi goldberg wants our president to be waterboarded. >> remember how the gentleman in the white house talked about torture on the campaign trail? what i would like to say, i would like you to try it. ainsley: geraldo is here to react to both of those stories coming next. ♪ >> vo: they're getting more out of life
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>> i have great respect for the process but in all fairness, obama, president obama -- [booing] paid 1.8 billion for hostages. [booing] you, not me, you, last night, you saw it, kim jong-un, did a great service to himself, to his country by doing this. but those hostages came out with respect. we didn't pay for them. steve: geraldo rivera is joining us right now. he of course the author of the new book "the geraldo show." he joins us live from cleveland. what did you make of the president last night in elkhart, indiana, talking a little bit about getting those three guys sprung? >> first of all good morning to everybody. steve, ainsley, pete, good to
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see you. i'm a little hoarse. i've been reading audio version of my book last four days, if i sound a little froggy. first of all let's get to the point. i think the president already attained a tremendous triumph. the release of the three prisoners the other night was an inspiring, the other morning, an inspiring sight. it was great. i think this opening to north korea is on a par with saddat-begin 1978. steve: wow. >> camp david, accords there. nixon opening up china 1972, 1973, opening up normalized relations. this is potential for something vast and incredible, unthinkable months ago. getting to the speech in indiana last night and president kind of digging his predecessor, president obama for making the $1.6 billion, you know, in some ways the sweetener for that deal was to get our four american
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hostages out of iran, so there was a money component to president obama's efforts and success in liberating the four american hostages in iran. there is no doubt that money was a factor, but for the president, for president trump to bring it up and kind of rub it into the 44th president, i think that is kind of petty stuff that i sometimes i shudder when i hear my friend the president -- steve: but geraldo, the crowd went wild. >> but that is, that is in a partisan context. i have no, you're absolutely right. it is red meat for the, you know for the partisan, for the true believers, but this, what is going on with north korea is not a republican thing. it is not even a trumpian thing. it is an american thing. the united states now stands on the verge of helping supervise the denuclearization of the
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korean peninsula. something unthought of, unthinkable until recently. i think the president, who will be, i think, shoo-in for the nobel peace prize, should take the high road and, you know, forget about president obama and what the democrats did when they were in charge. he is in charge now. he is the president for all americans. so let's just go forward, emphasize the positive. that is all i'm saying. pete: it is an american thing, but it is in one sense, geraldo, the trumpian thing, under the previous administration we traded five of the worst for a traitor in bowe bergdahl. there was understanding you have to give up a lot in order to get something but isn't president trump taking a stronger stance and as a result getting more for less? >> i think, i don't know what happened in kim's head. i was utterly shocked, major, when i saw this opening happening, when it really seemed that it was more than just talk. when kim really walked into south korea and they're listening to pop music and i
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said, my god, this is the guy who runs the hermit kingdom. this is the bogeyman of the world. this is the man nuclear technology is threatening the region, japan, so forth but the west coast of night. suddenly he is saying take the nukes. let's have normal relations. he is meeting with president moon of north korea. talking about integrating the economies of the two koreas. this is utter itly stew pen does, this is sensational. the president's tack tex and strategy is clearly working. sometimes you have to take success with the same grace that you take a setback, pete. ainsley: geraldo, we've been watching gina haspel being grilled in front of the senate for the interrogation process working for cia right after 9/11. the president has been quoted, there was video played yesterday on "the view" of him saying he
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had no problem with those three terrorists being waterboarded so that we could get information that eventually led to bin laden. whoopie gold per was commenting on it yesterday. she said she wants our president to try waterboarding or get waterboarded. listen to this. >> remember how the gentleman in the white house talked about torture on the campaign trail? what i would like to say i would like you to try it. i think people who have actually been tortured, who are saying this is not a good thing, you should listen to them, because you have never been tortured and neither has dick cheney. ainsley: what is your reaction. >> my reaction, first of all, the president's nominee, gina haspel should be confirmed as head of the cia she would make a terrific director of the cia. she will be director of the cia, not the boy scouts of america. this is a tough world. you know intelligence and, you know, the whole clandestine side of our conflict with our enemies
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is sometimes brutal business. what happened with waterboarding and the torture in retrospect may seem regrettable but there is no denying that it did lead to the courier, that led us to the terror mastermind who inflicted so much pain and suffering on the united states. i love whoopie, i have known whoopie for decades. for her even to suggest that the president endure that, that is disrespectful and unnecessary. yes, we get it was brutal. yes we get that united states now has a firm what senator john mccain has wanted, that we won't torture. that waterboarding is torture. we get it, but there is no denying, and i think that this gives people the creeps, but there is no denying what happened with khalid sheikh mohammed and the others, the other two who were waterboarded did have some success without which we may not have gotten bin laden as soon as we did. as it was, it took almost 10 years.
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steve: geraldo, thank you very much. no longer the boy scouts. just the scouts. >> that's right. steve: geraldo rivera, the author of "the her ruled show show," coming soon to audio book. ainsley: jillian with headlines for us. jillian: get you caught up on some other headlines we're following including this. what were they thinking? a family, including a mom, holding a baby run for their lives away from cheetahs. tourists watching horrifying moments from a nearby car. >> what the [bleep] [bleep] oh, man. look at that. jillian: family getting out of their car not once, but twice, to get closer photos of the animals at the safari park in the netherlands. no one was hurt. maybe don't try that. a company is trying to bring
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the digital the concept to florida hopes expanding nationwide. tablets would replace traditional license plates at cost of $700. creators hope they can display emergency messages like amber alerts. electronic tags are available in california. is this the worse first pitch. a tv host and ex-player, spiking his pitch into the ground before a philadelphia phillies game. crazy, reaching the home plate area. area. phillies, i don't know is this worse than 50 cent. steve: that was terrible. you threw out a first pitch. jillian: i did it at phillie as game. it was not very good.
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fanatic he has a hole in his nose. the pitcher was trying to throw the ball into the nose. he is cute. jillian: my video on instagram if you want to find it. pete: we'll play it an compare. steve: thank you, jillian. jillian: thank you. pete: fox news alert. the most intense fighting in years breaking out between iran and israel. the white house sending a stern message to iran. a live report from the israeli-gaza border. steve: fox sports correspondent laura engle is here cooking up rock and roll chile with her husband and son. ainsley: jackson knows the president, and cabinet member, the names of them. smart kid. ♪ of green mountain coffee roasters sumatra reserve. let's go to sumatra.
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pete: couple quick headlines for you. cops could soon be armed with breatholyzers to sniff out cocaine. researchers at the university of buffalo develop ad low-cost chip that can detect the drug in minutes. they hope it leads to portable device for on-site drug testing. this is something you don't see every day, two police officers using a jet-ski to save two kayakers. they raced out on lake washington after a kayaker called police saying his boat was full of water and he couldn't swim. file that under bad ideas. they found the boat in the water. the officer pulling the man on to the back of the jet-ski, tossing the woman a live ring. good move. ainsley: turning now to a fox news alert. the trump administration condemning iran as tensions boil over the middle east. steve: israel and iran launching attacks, stoking fears of a war.
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pete: david lee miller is live on the israeli gaza border with details. good morning. reporter: good morning. let's start with the latest developments along the israel-gaza border. for the second week in a rowe following friday prayers palestinians demonstrating along the border. this is a regular event here. take a look over my shoulder, you see position of israeli snipers 100 yards away, demonstrators themselves. past nearly two months, 50 palestinians have been killed, 2000 wounded by live fire. 2000 others by tear gas exposure as well as rubber bullets. israel has warned palestinians not to breach the border fence. this warning has been often ignored. some demonstrators are using firebombs and homemade incendiary i devices. when they move the embassy to jerusalem, hamas is calling for 100,000 to protest here. israeli military is gearing up
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to contain what they expect massive demonstrations. a significant number of people who might try to force their way across the border. about 200 miles from where we're now standing is another border. this is the israeli border with syria. at this hour, all is quiet there. but it was a very different situation on thursday. iranian forces in syria fired rockets into israel and that is it when israel retaliated. israel's defense minister now saying that much of iran's military infrastructure in syria has been destroyed. the white house has issued a statement saying, and i quote, the iranian regime's deployment into syria and rockets into israel is unacceptable and a highly dangerous development for the entire middle east. israel's prime minister, benjamin netanyahu said iran crossed a red line and that is why israel was forced to act. coming back out live here along the israel-gaza border this demonstration today, significantly smaller than we've
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seen in the past, but that seems to be changing. we are told as many as 15 palestinians have been wounded. one we are told crittably by live fire causing a wound to the head. that is the latest along the border. back to you. steve: david lee miller, thank you very much. on border between israel and syria. ainsley: still to come, when laura engle is not reporting on the latest news she is cooking with her family. she is live in our kitchen to show off other rock and roll chile. pete: let es a check in with bill hemmer on what is coming up at top of the hour. >> you guys can send that up here. ainsley: this is better than skyline. i tasted it. >> intermittent fasting, try it, all the rage. hello. missed you. big friday morning -- that went over. the president's pitch to the heartland. was there an plan in the trump campaign? we'll sort that out today. singapore summit, what you should expect. days away from the major
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not the conservative guy, travis allen. what about this john cox? talks a big game... but what's he done? a chicago lawyer? huh?
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thirteen losing campaigns - seven in illinois? cox lost campaigns as a republican... and as a democrat. gave money to liberals. supported big tax increases. no wonder republicans say cox is unelectable in november. ♪ ainsley: well when she is not reporting on the latest news she is cooking up meals with her family and today she is in our kitchen with us to show off this rock and roll chile. steve: fox news correspondent laura engle. her five-year-old son jackson and her husband kenny. we had geraldo on the show, it was geraldo brought you two together. >> this is true story. we meet two years ago, 2006 and 7, doing the broadcast show, "geraldo at large." kenny worked for a production company. we met on set.
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became friends. year later, got engaged and off we went. ainsley: thank you, geraldo. >> thank you geraldo. ainsley: jackson is so cute. jackson is so smart. we've been friends a long time. you always told me, kenny teaches who the president is, all of his cabinet members. >> yes. ainsley: do you know who the new secretary of state his? >> mike pompeo. >> mike pompeo. steve: gave him the answer. [laughter]. steve: talk a little bit about the rock 'n' roll chile. where did the recipe come from. >> this chile is a recipe from my nephew chris. he made a whole bunch of stuff, barbecue. he is great. you have to give us this recipe. we have been preparing this for rock and roll parties. this goes fast. steve: what makes it unique. >> we have a couple of different meats along with onions and garlic. we use hamburger and sausage.
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>> hamburger, onion, sausage. we saute this. >> put it in. ainsley: jack, do you like this? >> diced, stirred up. diced tomatoes. spices. there is cayenne, chile powder, cumin, garlic. >> chris's recipe called for obscene amount of cayenne pepper. we take it down a bit. steve: you put in the beans. you put corn in. >> absolutely. >> this is sweet own top of the hot is really nice. >> little pop of color. >> bell peppers. pete: rock and roll, where does that come from? >> yes. i play drums. we always have lots of musicians at our house. steve: it is delicious. the recipe at foxandfriends.com. ?
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>> well, y'all, it's almost mother's day. if you want to pick up a copy of my book. it's called "the light within me" and i'll be in the charleston area at 7:00 p.m. tonight. hope to see you there! >> happy mother's day weekend to everybody out there. fox news alert. president trump back doing what he does best front and center selling his policies in a primetime campaign stop. battleground state of indiana, that will be very important come november. and rolling out a message that is clear from the white house. and that message is america is back. i was working for my colleague martha last night and we got to see that. that crowd was pumped up. >> can he pump up a crowd? >> he was doing that. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to friday. >> julie: you don't seem happy about it at all! i'm julie banderas in for sandra smith headed

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