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live. you can hear producer yelling at her to take off her coat and as she ditches it behind a bush. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first," "fox and friends first" continues now and i will see you tomorrow, goodbye. >> what a glorious day. remember this moment. donald trump, by recognizing history, you have made history. jillian: fox news alert, campaign promise fulfilled. in the us embassy in jerusalem open 25 years after america first pledged to do so. not everyone celebrating, violent clashes turned deadly and protests are planned for today. >> possible conflict of interest. is robert mueller have his own connection in the russia probe? a bombshell new report.
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>> he got a date to the prom and unwanted attention too. the trump proposal a lot of people are talking about. good morning, "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ rob: a live look outside. a little stormy. sticky. doesn't feel like summer after a chilly weekend. "fox and friends first" on this day. >> let's get our top story. robert mueller finding himself at the center of a new report
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alleging a connection with a billionaire russian oligarch. >> that oligarch has been sanctioned by the white house. griff jenkins live with what this could mean for the russia probe. >> the new report in the hill newspaper suggests mueller may have a conflict of interest involving the russian oligarch he served in the current russia probe and mueller allegedly recruited him in 2009 to spend millions in his own money in an fbi operation to rescue cia agent robert levinson in iran. >> did someone ask a favor of russia? 6 or 7 years before collusion was a twinkle in the public's imagination the fbi asked a favor of the same oligarch who is now a client and the witness against paul manafort.
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>> reporter: this raises questions over the failure to disclose and marco rubio, a member of the senate intelligence, he was careful to weigh in but agrees it could present an issue. >> i'm on the intelligence committee, i want to become about confirming or denying. if there's a conflict of interest it would jeopardize the investigation. >> reporter: devon nunez and trey gowdy accused the department of justice of this, to either the report on surveillance but florez denies the accusation say we don't put stock in anonymous sources and we are committed to working with chairman gaudi and nunez, a lot of questions being asked. it appears the rift between the house chairman and the doj is
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rising. rob: hamas urging more violence on the israel gaza border sparking an emergency un meeting after 50 people were killed in clashes. jillian: this is not enough to overshadow the us embassy opening in jerusalem where we find david lee miller with more on the historic event. >> reporter: it was a day of mixed emotion. israelis celebrated movements from the tel aviv to jerusalem, outraged palestinians held mass demonstrations in protest. monday's death toll in gaza was the highest in the class with israel in 2014. 58 palestinians were killed. among the many-month-old baby who died of ventilation from teargas, many of the demonstrators tried to breach the border with israel. israeli military warned
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protesters the consequences could be deadly, israel says its actions were justified and reject using excessive force. hamas tried to use the demonstrations to carry out shootings and bombings of the border using civilians as human shield but 2 million people live in gaza. movement in and out is restricted, and implement is 40%, 8 workers they conditions are deteriorating. demonstrators were protesting opening the us embassy in jerusalem. hamas called for demonstrations to mark the 70th anniversary of his relapse founding. as of now, a smaller number of protesters are expected to take part, during yesterday's embassy dedication sermonic, there were a few references to the violence taking place 15 miles away, but the move was festive with those in attendance giving red and blue baseball caps with the embassy logo. the us delegation included a dozen senators and congressmen and the pres.'s daughter ivanka
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and jared kushner, the pres. reaffirmed the decision recognizing jerusalem as his relapse n the prime minister benjamin netanyahu called a glorious day. >> thank you, donald trump for having the courage to keep your promises. >> thank you, donald trump and thank you all for making the alliance between america and israel stronger than ever. >> reporter: palestinian leaders say this means the end of america's role in brokering a peace process. in addition to moving the embassy, donald trump while campaigning pledged he would deliver the ultimate peace deal. administration officials say the proposal is nearly complete. rob: the difference between the town at the embassy and on the gaza strip. the white house has a one word
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response when asked who is to blame for the deaths of so many palestinians, that is hamas. >> responsibility for these tragic deaths rests squarely with hamas. >> no burden of israel? >> we shouldn't lose sight of the fact that hamas is the one that bears setting fires and throwing explosives across the board, trying to burst through that border, 58 people were killed yesterday. critics now questioning the future of middle east peace talks. kellyanne conway says the administration is involved in ending the bloodshed but it is not america's place to define israel's borders. >> the president of the united states are involved in the peace
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process. and the pres. made clear, that he would announce move the embassy to jerusalem and the borders are left to the people. the us not getting involved in that and sovereign nations should have borders and recognize the capital is where it say it is. and we are monitoring the loss of life as well. >> >> north korea is dismantling its nuclear test site weeks ahead of the historic summit with donald trump. and the satellite pictures, and the country will destroy several key buildings, articles,
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research facilities expected to be destroyed by the end of the month. donald trump has thanked north korea for the gracious gesture. china's talk economic advisor in washington dc to begin 5 days of crucial trade talks with treasury secretary steve mnuchin on the heels of the recent trip to asia to negotiate on trade and escalating tensions with north korea, donald trump threatened to hit china with tariffs up to $150 billion in chinese goods. rob: history being erased in oklahoma city, the scoreboard voting to scrap the names of three electric schools honoring confederate generals. stonewall jackson, robert e lee and stan wait. the schools will be named, renamed after the first female native american engineer, adelaide lee, a global city for the best and the third school will be called esperanto, the
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spanish word for hope. jillian: a staffer might have tried to stop leakers, ezra cohen, a former national security council official looked into ways to monitor his coworkers phone records and emails. no evidence anything came from this plan. gina louden and democratic strategist joined us to react to a steady stream of white house leaks. >> this is a pres. who has endured untold betrayal, totally unfair, totally -- >> the reason you have leaks in this white house is nobody trusts anybody at this white house. >> donald trump saying they are traitors and cowards. rob: milania recovering after kidney procedure to tweet out benign condition. >> is in good spirits, thank you to all the good wishes. like pens also gave his support.
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>> we are praying for her speedy and full recovery and look forward to her returning to making a difference in the lives of our nation's children. jillian: the first lady will stay at walter reed medical center the rest of the weekend we wish her well. 11 minutes after the area, terror on the tarmac, if you are panic as the tale of a passenger plane packed with hundreds of people is ripped off. how in the world did that happen? rob: voters in pennsylvania head to the polls for the first time since congressional redistricting. scott risley using will give democrats a leg up. four key races happening today. jillian: the heartwarming moment 70 officers line up to support the son of a fallen police officer, first day back to school. the story will make your morning. ♪ we could be heroes ♪
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jillian: welcome back. donald trump's storing approval ratings shaking democrats confident in the blue wave they were expecting this november. voters head to the polls in primaries across the country. what can we expect from these results. the editor in chief, thank you for joining us, got a lot to get to. let's jump in with pennsylvania. how do you think the redistricting maps will change anything? >> redistricting will help democrats pick up seats. if they have a perfect day in pennsylvania democrats pick up six seats, a quarter of what they need. a big deal. first place to go district 1, brian fitzpatrick, republican incumbent, two democrats taking him on. this is a district that voted for donald trump, the redesigned district -- a democratic woman, used to be a republican, she is
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a veteran, could be ideal for districts like this but scott wallace put 21/$2 million of his own money in. you might recognize that name, his grandfather was a very left-leaning vice president under fdr. if he wins republicans have a shot to pull off a surprise in this district because wallace is too far left. jillian: one of these district that was leaning republican, now perhaps leaning democrat. >> 7, you have a district type of race, john morganella, the da running for the democratic nomination as a pro donald trump anti-immigration conservative. residents not happy about this, a lot of ads, anybody but him, he is so strong for donald trump
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-- jillian: a lot of people say he has a chance. >> name recognition. susan wilde, open seat races on the democratic side, women won 80% of the time, she is the most conventional democrat, the hope for republicans is this district in the democratic civil war giving the gop a chance. jillian: what about pa 13? >> eight republican candidates, whoever wins, the primary, likely to be on top. john joyce, the republican mainstream partnership, the establishment, opposed by the club for growth. there is that internal battle, don't expect a lot to affect the outcome in november but will affect the kind of congressman the district has next january. jillian: what about the senate race? >> not a lot of surprise, to win the primary, he is going to have an uphill battle in november. pennsylvania went narrowly for donald trump in 2016.
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casey is expected to have the edge. jillian: pennsylvania not the only one, nebraska dealing with this as well. what do you anticipate? >> the race to watch his nebraska too. brad ashford came second, won the district a couple elections ago, lost narrowly in 2016, he wants a rematch but the democrats have a civil war going. very conservative being challenged by more progressive woman, ashford is the primary, see how much support he has to get a sense of where he is going in the fall. jillian: idaho hitting the polls, talk about the governor's race. >> idaho, we will have a republican governor in november. the question is which one? most of the season we expected raul labrador, founder of the freedom caucus, to be the nominee. he is still favored but not as clear that he will win.
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not a lot of polling out there. it will be interesting to see how that turns out. jillian: the oregon gubernatorial primary. >> the front runner here for republican nomination for a long time, all vying to take on incumbent democrat kate brown. i don't know if he is going to win but no matter who wins kate brown is going to be favored in november. republicans have an won the governor's race in oregon. jillian: thank you for joining us. appreciate it. rob: got to check the watch, 19 after the hour. passage gone wrong, school superlatives sparking serious outrage this morning. >> most annoying, most disrespectful, most likely to bomb the us. rob: parents wanting answers after an eighth grader dubs himself most likely to bomb the
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us, the action the school is now taking. new concerns about your smart security. is somebody spying on you? ♪ mr. elliot, what's your wifi password?
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the fence line. rescuers pulling ruth and little dude to safety. rob: a plane packed with hundreds of passengers suddenly crashing into another just on the runway slicing off its tail. the south korean plane colliding with the back of a parked turkish jet in istanbul. the korean times says this caused a fire on the turkish jet. nobody was hurt. turkish authorities not saying how this happens. jillian: danger, your smart device helping people spy on you. rob: the security flaws people need to know about. >> reporter: we are talking about the rigged smart doorbell acquired by amazon. in report from the information, a security flaw in the software allows people to log on to the system even after the password was changed. give your password to a boyfriend or girlfriend, breakup
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and they will spy on you. that is how the information found out this was happening. ring pulled the information that the apps was updated in january, kicking people off the software after the password was changed but not quick enough. something to keep in mind if you are sharing your password with someone. jillian: you have to watch. flames messing with catch up. >> they are not. that is the good news. craft tines looking to help with starter companies into the snack business. there are 5 companies they are taking a chance on helping them. air dried beef slices, cleveland crowd, fermented sauerkraut, and gml free avocado, antioxidant lemonade and cuevas egg white chips. these are things craft tines is helping companies get into the
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market, given expertise. they need to work on those names. jillian: i agree. rob: a lot of weird things, thank you. 25 after the hour. stocked with ar 15s, look at that, with 650 people shot and killed in chicago last year this our display is supposed to start a conversation on gun control. the chicago native says the windy city is a prime example of gun-control failure. he will give his insight next. jillian: national ban on bedding, the supreme court green lighting this. who wins and loses, we are here to break it down. ♪ jumping or go home i'm lucky to get through a shift without a disaster.
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my bargain detergent couldn't keep up. so, i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a better clean. number one trusted. number one awarded. it's got to be tide rob: a fox news alert, the iraqi
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air force striking a critical isis command center in syria. the ministry of defense releasing a video showing the assault they say destroyed a logistic support center. iraqi forces increased efforts to wipe out the terror group despite declaring victory in that region last year. the leader of al qaeda proclaiming tel aviv as muslim land responding to the us moving at embassy to jerusalem. zawahiri said there are secret relations with israel and accepted tel aviv be the capital of israel even though it is also muslim land that cannot be seeded to jews. 90% of the city of tel aviv is jewish. jillian: california border patrol welcoming dozens of national guard troops to the us-mexico border. the unarmed soldiers will serve
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in support roles to cover 70 miles on the wall after jerry brown agreed with donald trump's order to centers last month but under the condition they would not enforce immigration laws or help build the wall. thousands will gather to honor an officer who made the sacrifice, a sea of blue, converging at william gentry. the 9 year veteran of the sheriff's office, and responded to a call about a neighbor who killed the cat. and authorities charged the suspected shooter, convicted felon out on parole for murder. this might be the best story, a fallen hero's on will never walk alone. 5-year-old walking into indiana elementary school surrounded by 70 police officers and deputies, the first time back to class since rob pitts was shot and
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killed in the line of duty. >> driving to school and was shot when dozens of fellow coworkers, was an awesome story. shannon: and ar 15 set up a bike sharing rack, sparking a conversation on gun violence. >> is this the right way to go about discussing this? ngo no caldwell, thanks for coming on this morning. you say it is not the best way to go about this talk of banning guns. give us your opinion on that. >> i think this exhibit is a specious example wrapped in
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fallacy. it is a signal where you can find black bodies in the streets. the shooting numbers are in and ronnie manual recently, a headline in usa today, and 84 people in the nation's third-largest city in a week bringing the number of shootings to 862 as of today, that is less than last year and everyone else should be grateful. chicago is a community where we mourn the loss of somebody, at this point in time, this exhibit is necessary to end the violence. jillian: what would you say or what would your message be to those people who thought this was a good idea? >> we have seen time and again throughout the legacy of recent
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years in chicago and control that they proposed, a strong attempt to take guns from people that it hasn't worked. you had mcdonald's versus the city of chicago, and other individuals who fought for the rights of individuals to protect themselves. what we do need is fixed to be well informed about their rights in terms, and to quell violence taking reduction, to help law enforcement and help from washington dc, donald trump made mention last year that if chicago didn't fix the carnage, that helps to know that some folks were sent and there was the atf agent recently shot, he needs more assistance from the federal government. that has to be a continued dialogue especially from the federal level considering the fact mayor ronnie manual has
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lost control of this epidemic. rob: the bigger cities in the country, their homicide rates from 2016, chicago at the top, 771, new york city in 2016 was a bigger city than chicago, baltimore smaller, l a bigger than chicago, philadelphia is 277, chicago clearly leading the way. what is it about that city? what is causing this? >> that is interesting. i think things especially when it comes to elected officials in the city of chicago, i am totally embarrassed you have these, los angeles and new york, they don't suffer like people in chicago do so really a failure of leadership, the city of new
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york and los angeles, strategies that help quell the violence. the city of new york took a community approach which helped to reduce violence. when it comes to what we can do we should look at cities like new york and los angeles and see what strategies they employ and if they are effective in the city of chicago. jillian: a lot of good advice. let's turn to extreme weather. rain and strong wind from kansas to virginia. a tornado ripping through palm beach county, florida leaving damage. rob: in pennsylvania atrios ripped from the ground, those storms eyeing the east coast. janice dean is tracking the storms pass. a stormy one today. >> absolutely, stretching into
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the planes, looking at the last 24 hours, reports of tornadoes including the florida area and the plane states and dozens, hundreds of reports of hail or damaging winds, pictures of hail in colorado, 6 inches deep, incredible amount of hail. future radar, looking at storms across the northeast, areas that don't typically see the tornadoes and damaging winds it could happen this evening in new york and pennsylvania to new england. don't think we will see a tornado outbreak but we can see damaging winds and reports of hail. as we go through the evening into the overnight we could see the stronger storms. there is your look across the ohio valley, tennessee, mississippi river valley and florida heavy rainfall in the forecast. i know you get excited about thunderstorms. we will get them this afternoon
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and this evening. jillian: 37 after the hour. most popular, how about most likely to bomb the us? yearbook superlative sparking outrage. rob: a date for the prom and unwanted attention. carly shimkus is here with a trump themed proposal that has a lot of people talking this morning. ♪ keurig. wakey! wakey! rise and shine! oh my gosh! how are you? well watch this. i pop that in there. press brew. that's it. look how much coffee's in here? fresh coffee. so rich. i love it. that's why you should be a keurig man! full-bodied. are you sure you're describing the coffee and not me? do you wear this every day? everyday. i'd never take it off. are you ready to say goodbye to it? go! go!
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we brewed the love, right guys? prepare for your demise, do your worst, doctor. i will. but first, a little presentation. hijacking earth's geothermal energy supply. phase 1. choosing the right drill bit. as long as evil villains reveal their plans, you can count on geico saving folks money. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. rob: election supervisor in hot water after destroying ballots. broward county's brenda snipes broke the law after the race with debbie wasserman schultz
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laughter canova asked to see paper ballots snipes destroyed the. that they will monitor the office and canova is suing the election office. they plan to appeal the judge's ruling. jillian: yearbooks feature who is likely to succeed are most popular, things like that. the science academy in arizona causing controversy with some outrageous designations. >> most annoying, most disrespectful, most likely to bomb the us. jillian: most likely to bomb the us. students say they are joking but parents are outraged, apologizing, so a new one can be printed. rob: news of kidney surgery. >> a bipartisan show of support
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with lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle floating social media with well wishes for the first lady, donald trump tweeting he was on his way to visit her writing heading over to the wall street medical center to see our first lady, milania. she is in good spirits, thank you to all the well-wishers. vp mike pence says the second lady and i are relieved our dear friend, and praying for her swift recovery. grateful to the medical team at walter reed. and on behalf of america's -- ted cruz wrote praying for the continued good health of our wonderful first lady. chuck schumer chiming in saying the first lady underwent sincere wishes for his speedy recovery. well wishes coming in for harry
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reid who had surgery yesterday as well. rob: two nice tweets, moving to jerusalem -- >> these proposals, so many i can't keep -- >> they always pop up in the news. and social media debate for a trump themed proposal. a picture posted to social media shows the student holding a sign that says will you make my night, trouble letters and let me deport you to the prom. the new wisconsin school district offered support to upset student saying if any of our students or their families were offended by the photo or any circumstance we are happy to have conversations with them, and find ways to support them. ramsey says those triggered by
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this, congratulations, you obviously got everything else in your life sorted out such that all you have to whine about is some kid up stupid and tacky from proposal. people, stop overreacting, have a sense of humor, ignore the prom if you're not going. there are so many other things more important than this. a political prom proposal. rob: a big wedding saturday. >> if you are in the market from a royal wedding themed suits, disturbing and hilarious i would describe it. the brand selling this has got you covered. they are selling one piece bathing suits, the giant faces of prince harry and megan markel and selling like hot cakes or scones if you're in england. i know you wanted to watch the
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royal wedding, we hand selected this story. a lot of girls wearing this to bachelor parties. >> thank you so much. jillian: never going to get the image out of my head. the national ban on bedding lifted, the supreme court relating gambling across the country. why our next guest says it is a big win for law enforcement too. rob: live in butler, pennsylvania ahead of the election, what is coming up on "fox and friends"? a big primary today. >> reporter: i couldn't see the outfit. primaries in nebraska, idaho and oregon and pennsylvania. "fox and friends," the keystone state, in butler, maximum, come out and join us, donald trump
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won big time in 2016 but what matters is this tuesday. the congressional map was rewritten and democrats think they have a chance to pick up a lot of seats in pennsylvania and went to change the makeup of the house of representatives, a big senate race against bob casey, up for grabs. the governors race up for grabs, how that goes could tell us but the 2018 midterms are like. breakfast with friends in butler talking to people as we always do, stay with us. cident. i called usaa and the first thing they asked was 'are you ok?' they always thank you for your service, which is nice because as a spouse you serve too. we're the hayles and we're usaa members for life. where we're changing withs? contemporary make-overs. then, use the ultimate power handshake, the upper hander with a double palm grab. who has the upper hand now? start winning today. book now at lq.com.
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jillian: police can track your cell phone within seconds without a court ordered warrant. a company that deals with the phone system leveraged its
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services to allow authorities to track private cell phones, the checks are being done with no legal barriers in place to keep people being taken advantage of. ron wyden sending letters calling for more details about the program. rob: police cannot search rental cars even if the driver is not the one on the rental agreement. the justices ruling all drivers have expectation of policy, the case stems from a 2014 incident where a man was arrested after police searched the rental car he was driving with his girlfriend's name, they found 2500 bags of heroin resulting in a 10 year prison sentence. jillian: clearing the way for sports betting nationwide. >> citizens can now make big money. the addictive nature of gambling was a detriment to the games we
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gamble on. what to make of all this, thanks for coming on. there are two sides of this, gambling very addictive. >> a $400 billion industry going on for years, going on illegally and they -- time they took control and got portions of revenues. and where the money goes and revenues go, and the roads and bridges. where the money goes at the end of the day, the best decision the supreme court ever made. statesman, casinos lose, we have online gambling, and it is all
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about online, you will see online gambling everywhere, people gambling from iphones. jillian: what about law enforcement? >> law enforcement is a big benefit. they are sitting in coffee shops. >> people say they are for this, people using bookies, this will regulate it and governments profit from it. and rampant corruption could threaten the integrity, the thought of being paid off. >> if they put proper controls in place at the end of the day when they release, and
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legalities of sports betting. and the mystique is gone. >> there are some -- >> at the end of the day, it is going out anyway like marijuana. why not get the revenues or the benefits, and it was the greatest decision the supreme court made. >> once they find out there is money in something it is not so threatening. they can make money off of it. >> it became a business. the casinos lose. it is all online, that is where millennial's are going. hopefully pete rose gets in the hall of fame. jillian: 6 minutes until the top of the hour. great idea, bad execution. a couple of chicago cubs fans, anything but a home run.
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>> a drivers license -- >> i got my police id. is that the when you would like to see? jillian: the epic moment the phone scammer realizes he is trying to trick a cop. ♪ now, i take metamucil every day. it naturally traps and removes the waste that weighs me down. so i feel... lighter. try metamucil and begin to feel what lighter feels like. introducing new metamucil fiber thins, made with 100% natural psyllium fiber. a great-tasting and easy way to start your day. . satisfied
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heartburn and gas? ♪ now fight both fast new tums chewy bites with gas relief all in one relief of heartburn and gas ♪ ♪ tum tum tum tums new tums chewy bites with gas relief >> welcome back. it's time for the good,ed ba and the ugly. first up the good.
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we want you to meet the newest member of the "fox & friends" family. this is producer ashley mitchell's brand new baby boy daniel patrick. how cute. he was born last night weighing in 8 pounds and 14 ounces, 20 inches long. daniel is named after his grandfather who passed away a few years ago. big sister ail la super excited to meet him. mom, dad, baby ail la all doing great. congrats. rob: scammer calling a cop best part is when he realizes it. >> you have a drivers license or a state i.d., right? >> i got my police i.d. is that the one you would like to see? i'm going to be here all day here working on this case where you are taking advantage of everybody else. >> okay. have a great day, mr. jeff. rob: scammers are the worst. the scammer tried to get personal information and money from him by trying to get him he won a prize. >> the ugly, baseball theme gender reveal. home run.
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the mom could be tossing a ball outside wrigley field but overthrows it the ball hitting the ground and exploding into a pile of blue dust. i have seen a couple of those where they don't go right we'll see you later. >> have a good day. >> the u.s. is officially open an embassy in jerusalem and not surprisingly hamas is responding with terrorism, violence and protests. >> the "new york times" tried to make it that this whole incident with the embassy is somehow is israel's fault that hamas is a terrorist that used human beings as shields? >> voters in pennsylvania are getting ready to go to the polls primary elections being contested under a new controversial descracketting system. >> spying feds inside the trump campaign. >> the author of the dossier told him that the fbi told him that they had a source inside the campaign. >> boortz betting is now legal across the count.

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