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that's what he said before he jumped down. the toddler stealing his parents thunder. jillian: mom, dad and kid will be on "fox & friends." rob: that's a good sign. >> north korean dictator, little rocket man, kim jong un is threatening to pull out of the plan june 12th summit with president trump. >> kim probably wants agreement like the iran nuclear deal. the president said last week that's not going to happen. he doesn't cut deals like that. >> inn ambassador nikki haley statement on hamas. >> make no mistake hamas is pleased with what happened yesterday. she walked out of the chamber as the representative began to speak. >> your agency will be speakinseparating. >> prosecuting parents who have broken the law like we do every day in the united states of america. >> gina haspel at this time has the votes to be
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confirmed. >> we are calling on congress to shut down policies that release violent criminals back into your communities. enough is enough. ♪ ♪ ♪ it's gonna be a good life ♪ it's gonna be a good life. brian: i love when we start with optimistic music. we could use black sabbath. abby: why would we do that brian this is an uplifting positive show. steve: brian makes a good point. just turn off the lights, go back to bed. abby: take your cold medicine and go back to bed. steve: start with the might have been and have a happy day. and, mark, roll it. ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, it's going to be a
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good life ♪ it's gonna be a good life ♪ it's gonna be a good life ♪ good life. steve: isn't the great the way we start each and every day with uplifting music. you can get up and get out of bed and watch the show. brian: cut into our illegal immigration talking point but that's okay. it's still a good life. abby is in for ainsley. don't ask me how i know. abby: she is over covering the royal wedding. steve: they are already filming on the streets of london. you will see those reports. abby: i will be with you guys the rest of the week. i hope that's okay. brian: father of the bride not going. abby: that's latest report. steve: brother stressed him out. got sick. it's a real soap opera. that's why we have dispatched our best team over there in the meantime, we start with a fox news alert. despite threats from north korea, the summit is still apparently on at this hour. brian: here we go. the white house says nothing has changed after the rogue
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regime claimed they would not participate and get this a one sided discussion to give up their nukes. what was that even brought up? abby: griff jenkins is live for us in washington, d.c. with the breaking details. what are you hearing? >> are they negotiating or a real threat to scrap the summit. overnight the north korea vice foreign minister issuing a statement if the u.s. is trying to drive us into a corner to force our unilateral nuclear abandonment, we will no longer be interested in such dialogue and cannot reconsider proceeding to the summit. this african said a key meeting with south korea over what they called provocative military ruckus as united states and south korea military drills dubbed max thunder. in the state department warning against getting ahead of ourselves here. >> i would not get ahead of ourselves here. let's not get ahead of ourselves. this news just came out. we need to verify and it get additional information on
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that. we are going forward and planning our meetings next month. >> developments drew immediate criticism from john brennan who accused the president of being elm am in mored are the fire-aim-ready policy making process that is fraught with pit falls as well as potential disasters. they said they will continue. stay tune to twitter we may hear directly from the president. steve: as we always do. have you got to figure kim jong un's people are saying look, before this summit when all the wheeling and dealing is supposed to happen you have given away so much. stopped the michelle tests. dismanhattan ling nuke facilities. giving back hostages. you have to do something to make it look like you are still a player. hey, we are still negotiating. we haven't given away the store. abby: he wants to flex his muscles, exactly right. he may be evil and
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irrational but brian he is not stupid. ultimately kim jong un is about kim jong un. what we heard though repeatedly from the president is he is not backing down. is he going to work with our allies and they are come to come to the negotiating table and not follow through on the things they are promising we are going to walk away from this thing. brian: i would know more about why they are doing this if i knew for sure why they got to this point why they made the offer with the president about a one-on-one summit. the president quickly says yes. after that smooth sailing much to the chagrin of the president's critics. attack on john bolton, almost the same adjectives again. their decision to criticize our war games, military exercises which have been on the books over a year and never asked us not to do it. and then the fact is they are saying if you are just going to talk about denuclearizing and sanctions that's not enough i just go back to the meeting in china last week. what did they discuss? does china know what we
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probably know? and that is if you begin to relax the sanctions between north and south, there will be no more north. and if there is no more north, china is not going to be happy with the peninsula. abby: the power in that reasonable. you are exactly right. china is the most important player. continues to be when it comes to north korea. steve: sure. they are pulling this stuff out of thin air. none of these were problems until yesterday probably because kim jong un got to feel like he has still got some skin in the game. we will talk to white house press secretary sarah sanders live at 7:30 this morning about that. abby: yesterday if you were watching the president 37th national peace memorial honoring law enforcement that have lost their lives in the line of duty. he took that opportunity to double down on our borders and securing our borders, protecting this country and talking about ms-13 and taking back control of our streets. here is a bit of what he said. >> calling on congress to secure our borders, support our border agents, stop
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sanctuary cities, and shut down policies that release violent criminals back into our communities. we don't want it any longer. we've had it. enough is enough. recently ms-13 gang members called for the assassination of new york city police officers. so the gang could, quote take back the streets. we are the ones who are taking back the streets. brian: so the president was able to link. he was moved by the loss of lives in law enforcement on that day. and you saw him being moved by when the officers came up and talked about those lost in battle, others wounded. he linked it up to ms-13. what we have noticed over the last few years is that it seems like the war on terror is with our cops because the attacks are happening here. guess what else is happening? annual attack on law
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enforcement while we're also asking them to stop ms-13 and gangs at our border. however, i also think it's important to point out that the president sat down with paul ryan during the day and said legislatively you have got to get something done. and he goes there is at least three republicans and ivan get more who are pushing for a daca fix along with some type of other immigration reform before this congress is through, which is reasonable because republican could very well lose power in six months. steve: you've got to keep in mind while the president can do certain things with the administration, it's ultimately congress that changes the law. we did hear attorney general of the united states jeff sessions about two weeks ago, and he said that going forward at the suggestion of the president and the administration, that illegals would be prosecuted who come into this country, including those who were caught trying to bring in children. and then also yesterday, in front of the senate homeland security committee, dhs
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secretary kirstjen nielsen was there. she got into back and forth with the senator from california regarding the fact that how could the united states of america heartlessly rip children out of the arms of their mothers? this is some of the back and forth. >> your agency will be separating children from their parents. >> no. what we'll be doing is prosecuting parents who have broken the law just as we do every day in the united states of america. >> can i appreciate that. but if that parent has a 4-year-old child, what do you plan on doing with that child? >> the child, under law, goes to hhs for care and custody. >> they will be separated from their parent. >> just like we do in the united states every day. >> so kirstjen nielsen. of course this is emotional it's heart-breaking stories it's about following the law. if you care so much about the families and emotional side, what about the families that have lost someone that they love because of illegal immigrants and criminals in this country. steve: she mentioned kate
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steinle as an example of one of many. she was on laura ingle's show last night. this is what she said about this. >> as you know i had exchange last week with a different senator and said i know this is your philosophy. i said it's not a philosophy. it's the law. if you enter our country illegally we will refer you for prosecution. we will prosecute you. as you know for every sob story we have 73% border assault increase. we have people like kate steinle? i mean where is the compassion for the flip side of this conversation? >> that was her last night on laura ingraham's show. good point. gets to the heart of what is the most important part of this conversation. that is following the law. standing through with what we stand for as a country. brian: everything you said is right. there is something else, a signal to people in nicaragua, ecuador, bolivia that i know your life isn't great but your answer can't be grabbing your family and coming to our border because you are not going to get. in you have to send a message there is a way to get in and way not to get. in coming across illegally,
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your family will be separated. if that's not what you wants, don't try it. steve: s and as well, the president's message, congress, let's fix it fix it in a bipartisan way because at this stage it's the only way it will happen. abby: it's a busy morning. headlines with jillian mele. steve: how about those storms last night. jillian: your flight was delayed, right? abby: i landed after midnight in laguardia last night. everyone was asleep on the ground. some cancelled flights. jillian: we're glad you are here. you made it safely. let's talk about ethics stream weather right now. at least three people are dead as powerful storms cross the northeast. a little girl killed when a tree fell on a car in upstate new york. falling trees also blamed for two more deaths in connecticut. strong winds sending metal beams flying off of a roof in new york city and thousands of people cramming
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into new york city grand central station when the storm temporarily stopped trains. deadly explosion rocking a california medical building. and it looks like this was no accident. a blast injuring and woman and killing three others came from a package. investigators calling it intentional detonation. can you see first responders rolling out children in cribs who were at day care across the street. four states reporting primary results this morning starting in pennsylvania. president trump's pick, congressman lowe barletta beating out jim cristiana. republican senator jeb fisher will face jim ray bolt. two gubernatorial races of note. in idaho brad little will face off against democrat paul let jordan and in oregon republican newt buehrle will go up against
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incumbent kate brown. that's a look at your headlines. i will send it back to you. steve: hope we get it all. in sanctuary backlash spreading across california. today, those lawmakers are bringing their message to the white house. one of them joins us next. steve: plus, this is a crazy video. 3-year-old boy screen right steals the spotlight during his mom's wedding proposal. what's he doing? i think you know. >> you guys. [laughter] >> oh my god he is peeing. are you serious? ults with advand non-small cell lung cancer, previously treated with platinum-based chemotherapy, including those with an abnormal alk or egfr gene who've tried an fda-approved targeted therapy, who wouldn't want a chance for another...? who'd say no to a...? who wouldn't want a chance to live longer. opdivo (nivolumab). over 40,000 patients have been prescribed opdivo immunotherapy. opdivo can cause your immune system to attack normal organs
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now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood. dray, when he was younger, he loved to smile; and we knew he would need braces because his teeth were coming in funny. this is the picture that was on the front page of the newspaper. all you can notice is the braces! then, once he got to michigan state, he broke the retainer! my bottom teeth, they were really crooked, and i just wasn't getting braces again. then i discovered smiledirectclub. it's easy to just grab it and go and i can change it on the road. i did photoshoots with my aligners
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in and you can't see them. a smile is a first impression, that's why i think having a great smile is so important. ♪ steve: well, the anti-sanctuary push growing in southern california. today some of the lawmakers behind it, including our next guest are going to the white house where they will meet with the president to discuss what's going on. troy edgar is the mayor of lois a al meetlossalosalamitos. the white house wanted you to arrive in washington to present a story to the president about what's going on in your community. what are you going to tell him. >> we are going to tell him there is a lot of people in california that want rule of law. they want us as city council members to uphold the constitution and work with the immigration officials.
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also tell him that we have the third largest california national guard base in our city. i talked to the soldiers and the soldiers are wondering why we won't get out and be part of this process with the president. steve: sure, don't you think the message for the people in your community with the city leaders taking a stand saying we are not a sanctuary city, we are going to work with ice and our federal partners is that you are a law and order community. >> that's correct. yeah. you know, for us, the big issue here is really the separation between the federal state and local laws and, you know, basically the state of california jumping in and saying hey, look, even though you are a city, as a constitutional matter, we have given you the right to be able to govern your police. we will step in the middle of that and take away that as a city council member who has an oath to the constitution, we don't understand that. and we want to make sure that the sacramento gets the message and make sure that the president knows that there are people in california that have a different perspective. steve: when you say that you hope sacramento gets the
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message. ultimately your message is governor jerry brown have you overstepped your boundaries. we don't want what you are selling. >> yeah. that's right. you know, and i think what we're also trying to do in a very calm, sane manner there city council you are bipartisan. have you got to get stuff done both sides of the aisle. we are connected to the people. i think sacramento just seems out of touch on this. steve: sure. do you think, mayor, that people who are in mexico or central america planning to come up through southern california, when they see that map of the towns and the counties and the communities and there it is right there, that are fighting california sanctuary law, don't you think the message is, you know what? if i'm going to travel into the united states illegally, i'm probably going to avoid those towns because they actually turned me over. >> yeah. i do. i do. but i think you know, what's probably equally as
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important what is the message to the people who elected us? our message is, look, we are going to support the u.s. and interacting with the ice officials. that we're going to really not give into this agenda to give up our policing of this. i think basically people coming up here, it acts as a deterrent like you said come in and cause problems in our city. steve: you have a big day there at the white house. he is the mayor of lois alamitos, california. the town that got it all started. thank you four being with us today. >> thank you. appreciate being on the show. steve: remember the fast and furious scandal, we learned of another failed obama era gun program. this time terrorists aren't involved. plus jimmy kimmel takes on the catholic theme of the met gala by making fun of the nunn. >> catholic bastions from when i grew up were a little bit differential. this is sister mary francis o'brien wearing the latest from j.c. penney. >> well, audience laughed.
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inconsistencies and incompetencies. he claimed it was easy to get in the group and gain access to u.s. weapons. some of that equipment was stolen by or traded to terrorists with ties to al qaeda. yikes. brian, over to you plain brian last week gala theme was heavenly body. i wasn't invited either. jimmy kimmel decided to make one real nunn the butt of his joke. >> i don't know what catholic imagination these outfits came from but the catholic fashions from when i grew up were a little bit different. this is sister mary francis o'brien. [laughter] >> wearing the latest from j.p. penny. >> crowd roared the nunn in that picture is a real person dedicated entire life to god and to kids u next guest wrote an op-ed about her entitled meet jimmy kimmel's nunn. he writes it was once understood that a gentleman never holds up a woman's looks to ridicule. turns out there is an exception for nuns.
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former speech writer for presiden43bill mcgurn. bill, welcome back. that is a nun that you know. >> right. brian: her picture was put up generically for a laugh. hot is nun you know. >> the nun i know is sister patted pompa. sister of academy two of my daughters graduated from and one is a freshman. this is an extraordinary woman whose life is sacrificed for the education of girls. brian: were you stunned to see jimmy kimmel perhaps randomly as a nun to ridicule her looks? >> yeah. i thought this woman, look, on the scale of thing as nun joke isn't that high. in the sense we have got christians being beheaded overseas and churches burnt down. this isn't such a big deal. not about hating on jimmy kimmel but this woman has put the needs of others at
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the center of her life and lived this rich, full life and keeps this school going. she deserves more than to be the laugh line of late night tv. brian: what has been the feeling among the parents who send their kids to that story or among the graduates who know her? >> yeah. i think, i mean in some ways, look, again, it's not about hating on jimmy kimmel, i don't think he intended any harm. and in some ways it may be this is a way to bring her story out in the public. if he hadn't done that i wouldn't have written the column. and i'm hearing from a lot of people, some that know sister pat and some that know sister pats in their own life. these people who have sacrificed everything to put the needs of others before their own. brian: what has been her reaction? does she even know who jimmy kimmel is. >> i'm not sure she knows. i'm sure she doesn't give it a moment's thought. she is just too busy. this proves that the school, you know, it is based on
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discipline, which comes from the latin to instruct. it's really built on love. i think that's what the people, the people who know sister pat know that this is an enterprise of love. love is not hallmark. love is being there for the girl that gets pregnant. for the girl that has drug problem. the girl who lost her mom to cancer. that's what love is. and that's the promise that sister makes to these girls. i can't protect you from all of life's trials and tribulations. but you will never hurt alone. brian: so you wrote this column, and the response has been overwhelming because in the #me too movement should we really be ridiculing someone how they look? >> again, it's a little joke but there is a rich life and a human being behind. this and the human being who has done extraordinary things. i mean, she was held up because she is not fashionable. her clothing is dismissed as a line from j.c. penneys. her clothe something a
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statement that i have more hire priorities than the world and fashion and so forth. it's about the denial of self to serving others. there are generations of women that have benefited. i mean, we drop our kids off as girls to sister pat, you know, unsure, unformed. and four years later they walk out strong, confident women. brian: and to see her mocked bothered you? >> yeah. it bothered me. again, on a scale of things, you know, i wasn't outraged. but i just think this life and there are thousands of sister pats across this country. it just deserves better. it deserves a little more respect and for people to know, you know, behind this caricature, incredibly jong woman. you know, governor christie's kids went to the same school. he tweeted out suggesting that jimmy kimmel have her on to share with the audience what a life of sacrifice means ands joys that come from it. brian: that will be great. it's a real person not a
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generic picture even know it was viewed that way. bill mcgurn in the "wall street journal." in day talking about politics and now we are talking about nuns. donald trump said the dirty dossier was not a in the russian probe. that's not what two colleagues are saying now. alan dershowitz is live. offer illegals a ride on his bus but it's a one-way trip. >> we have our bus tour ready to go. not going to be one of those pansy political bus tours, we have the deportation bus. brian: there is more where that came from. he has been on our show before. we will explain. first happy birthday to janet jackson she is 52 and a better dancer than me ♪ ♪ you totaled your brand new car. nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain.
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♪ ♪ >> make no mistake. hamas is pleased with the results from yesterday. i ask my colleagues here in the security council who among us would accept this type of activity on your border? no one would. no country in this chamber would act with more restraint than israel has. in fact, the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained. those who suggest that the gaza violence has anything to do with the location of the american embassy are sorely mistaken. rather the violence comes from those who reject the existence of the state of israel in any location. steve: there have you got the united states ambassador to the united nations nikki haley yesterday at an emergency session of the
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security council called for by the country of kuwait after 60 palestinians were killed a day before in this stand off between gaza and israel. alan dershowitz was actually in gaza last week. he also met with benjamin netanyahu the last couple of days. and he joins us live from tel aviv. professor, thank you very much for joining us. you know, israel has been painted by the media as have been the aggressor in this. >> well, that's the hamas tactic. it's called the dead baby strategy. you use children and women. you deliberately put them on the front lines. you make it impossible for israel to defend itself without occasionally killing a woman or child or elderly person. every time israel accidently kills somebody like that. israelis grieve. israel loses. hamas cheers and celebrates because that's exactly what they want. they want the media to show the body count. they want the media to show
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the dead baby even though israel tried everything in its power to avoid civilian casualties. ambassador haley was absolutely correct when she said that every one of those deaths is attributeddable to hamas and every country in the western world would have done exactly the same. i was down there in gaza. i met with people and i met with the soldiers. they are terrified about 40,000 people with arms and with molotov cocktails breaking down the fence. murdering israeli children. taking hostages and taking people who they can then exchange for prisoners. israel did exactly what america is doing and the world ought to condemn a, hamas and also the media that incentivizes and encourages hamas to do this by reporting in such a biased manner. abby: unfortunately we see that all too often today with the media's reporting shows a much different reality from what's going on
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on the ground. you met about b. netanyahu as steve said. what did you two talk about yesterday. what did he say? >> well, he is desperately trying to figure out ways to reduce the number of casualties because he knows and everybody knows that every time israel inadvertently kills an innocent person, it loses. it loses the moral high ground. it loses among its own people. and, yet, the media encourages this and he is trying to develop nonlethal ways of doing this. and there are many in the works but they will take some time. we also talked about, you know, the iran deal, we talked about the moving of the embassy to jerusalem. i was there. it was a great event. the embassy should have been moved to jerusalem 70 years ago. every country but israel had the right to name its own capital. but for years america would not allow israel to name its own capital. finally they have done that and that was a good thing.
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brian: alan, there is a lot of people here, pretty stunned that they're criticizing ivanka for smiling during the opening of the embassy while there are riots on the gaza border. i find that unthinkable and totally distasteful that they would say you can't smile at this historic event when you are representing america? i smiled, joe lieberman who was sitting next to me smiled. people both from all sides of the political spectrum smiled. it was a great event. it was an historic event. finally america recognizes that jerusalem has been and always will be israel's capital. it was a wonderful event. obviously many of us were thinking about the tragedies occurring in gaza and in syria. i was also up at the syria burden. i was at the barb wire. i could hear the bombs going off just miles away. i was just 100 yards away from the iron dome which stopped rockets from iran coming and killing israeli civilians on the golan. israel faces enemies all
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over. it was about time there was a celebration in jerusalem in west jerusalem which is the jewish neighborhood of jerusalem finally moving the embassy there. it was the right decision by president trump. it was the right event. the event was wonderful. i'm glad ivanka smiled. i'm glad jared kushner gave a wonderful speech talking about how this doesn't reduce the prospects for peace. it only makes the prospects of peace greater because there is now an incentive on both sides to come to the bargaining table. the palestinians can have their own capital in east jerusalem. they can't get a state unless they come to the bargaining table. and i hope they will finally not miss another opportunities to miss an opportunity as they did in 1938 and 1948 and 2000, 2001 and 2008. they never come to the bargaining table. they are not going to get a state through violence. through security council resolutions. through b.b.s. they will get a state by coming in and negotiating and i hope they dual that. brian: not with hamas. steve: nobody knows the
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topic better than alan dershowitz. he was there for the festivities and joins us live from tel aviv. what a great experience. abby: thank you so much. jillian mele with headlines. jillian: that's right. good morning to you and to you at home as well. get you caught up on. so stories you missed overnight. governor hitting the campaign trail in a bus. this bus is not like anything have you ever seen. >> hi, i'm michael williams. and, boy, do we have some exciting news for you. we have our bus tour ready to go. it's not going to be one of those pansy political bus tours. we have got the deportation bus. we're going to implement my 287 g deportation plan that's going to fill this bus with illegals to send them back to where they came from. jillian: that's georgia state senator michael williams pushing deportation agenda he hopes it will help his case in next month's primary. attacked for local cheesecake factory for making america great again hat. he was dining at the
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restaurant in miami when he was threatened by multiple employees. they eventually left only to run into police waiting outside. cheesecake factory issuing an apology telling fox news quote no guest should ever feel unwelcomed in one of our restaurants and we are taking this matter very seriously. the individuals involved in the incident have been suspended pending the results of our investigation. he joins us live with our response to the apology in the 8:00 hour. oh, boy, do you remember the dress that totally divided the internet in well now there is another new debate setting social media on fire. listen. >> laurel, laurel. laurel. >> i'm not kidding because people have been tweeting heariany. experts say if you play the recording at a frequency with more bass than you are likely to hit laurel. if there is less base you will heariany. what do you hear?
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email us at if you tweet, i'm telling you there is thousands of tweets. >> who hearsiany. >> producer saidiany. >> judge napolitano heardiany this morning. >> i don't know. i don't hear it. >> laurel. laurel. steve: toba can you switch some things around to make it sound likiany? make it. >> laurel. abby: are we all living in different worlds? >> laurel. steve: does anybody here heariany if so email us. brian, what do you hear? brian: i hear we have got to go to break. [laughter] jillian: boo. abby: you are radio silent about that brian. steve: thank you very much, jillian. remember these pictures, a school sparking outrage for displaying anti-nra and anti-republican sign. we have a big update on
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abby: welcome back. a public school in philadelphia sparking outrage for displaying anti-nra and anti-g.o.p. signs. the signs were covered up for elections yesterday. but our next guest says the signs must come down and so do the republican party of pennsylvania. joining us now is erin elmore a former trump campaign surrogate and nra member. she planned to send her son to the school but has since decided against that welcome back to the show. >> thank you for having me. abby: you came on a few weeks ago. remind our audience what is
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going on here and why is this is a problem for you. >> i was walking past the school where my son would go to kindergarten next year and i saw these signs anti-nra and g.o.p. messages. this is a public school. children as young as 5. who knows what the nra and g.o.p. is. abby: who is putting up some of the signs. >> allegedly students. i think they were forced to do so. and, no matter how you come out on this politically, philadelphia has something like a 70% high school graduation rate. that's 10% below the national average. these kids need to learn how to read and math and science. also, why are we indoctrinating our children? they shouldn't have hatred in their hearts. they should have love for everyone, no matter what political party you belong to. abby: now the g.o.p., the republican party of pennsylvania are getting involved. here is what they say is going on at the school. they say your handbook specifically states that school property and schooltime may not be used for political purposes. we request the school district immediately remove those signs so that's sort
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of the latest update in what is going on. how is the school, do you think, going to respond? >> hopefully they will follow that edict and take the signs down. i have a lot of friends who send their kids to school here. they are saying things to me now my children are unsafe because the school is getting death threats and you are bringing this to the forefront. of course i'm sorry i want all of our children to be safe i love my friends and children. this is a message to the teachers, 5, 6, 7, 8-year-olds shouldn't be addressing adult issues like political parties and the nra. these are adult issues. and you have to realize if you are going to take on adult issues, you are going to have adult consequences. this is not appropriate. abby: what if the signs were switched. pro-nra and pro-second amendment? would you be okay. >> i would still be prettyia larmd. i don't think kids of any age should be talking about the issues. if they are they should be talking about it in the home not a public school. abby: we will see how this plays out. it's not the end. >> i'm not backing down. abby: i believe that thank
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you for being with us. >> thank you for having me. abby: pam bondi filed a huge lawsuit to fight the opioid crisis. she joins us next hour to talk about that. this has grabbed everyone's attention. a 3-year-old boy steals the spotlight during his mom's wedding proposal. watch. >> you guys. [laughter] >> oh my god. he's peeing. are you serious? abby: he had to pee. do you blame the guy? we will meet the entire family. there they are. they are joining us next. stick around ♪ we're the kids in america ♪ we're book a flight, hotel, car and activity all in one place. ♪
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>> i'm going to pee outside. >> are you serious? >> yeah. >> are you serious? >> i love you with all my
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heart. >> oh my gosh. [laughter] brian: you got to go. you gotta go. a toddler steals the show as his mom's proposal takes place. abby: candid moment caught on camera. viewed 600,000 times and still counting. steve: joining with their reaction of what happened is that family in the viral video kevin przytula and his fiance joining us from michigan. good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: let's pick up the action. it was this weekend and kevin, i understand you were about to propose to aliza you handed the phone to 11-year-old daughter. she was going to take the picture. she didn't know what was going to happen. pick up the action from right. >> there we started videoing. and then all i heard because
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all this giggling and i couldn't figure out why my daughter was laughing such a serious moment. and when it was all said and done i turned around and there is owen. the video pretty much tells it all. there wasn't much happening before that. abby: has that ever happened before? obviously you are dealing with potty training i'm assuming. is this a normal thing? >> yeah. he has done it before. we're still trying to explain to him that he can't just go in public like that. we let him pee outside at home sometimes. he just doesn't quite understand when it's okay to do it and when it's not. brian: did he overwhelm the moment or did he enhance it? >> personally i think he enhanced it. that's our life. owen is kind of unpredictable like that. we're kind of used to it. steve: yeah, no kidding. [laughter] kevin, i understand that the video originally got put up on facebook and then they took it down. they thought it was inappropriate. but what did you do to put it back up?
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>> my brother-in-law do some editing to it and then did the youtube channel. we didn't do much after that. posted a link on facebook with a snapchat. abby: what does he think of the video? has he seen it yet? >> yeah. last night he watched it probably six times on the replay. abby: what was his reaction? >> that's me peeing outside. [laughter] brian: whose side does he take after? >> himself. abby: are you sure you know what you are getting into here? >> yeah, i'm pretty sure. i can handle it. abby: i guess the question is for kevin because you are the one marrying into the family. kevin, are you prepared? >> i'm ready it makes that much more spontaneous i guess you can say. abby: makes life more fun. steve: sure, ultimately because little owen did just that so many people now know you are engaged and i would
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just imagine the well-wishes and with any luck the gifts will start pouring in. brian: are we right alyssa? >> it's been a lot of attention on us. that's for sure. we're not really used to. abby: do you know what role owen will play in the wedding yet? >> he will the ring bearer. abby: better keep his pants going. brian: keep the video going. what are your plans? where are you going on your honeymoon? >> we haven't had a chance to even think that far yet. it's been a couple overwhelming days. steve: i would imagine. abby: kevin, alyssa, congratulations to both of you. have you adorable son and we appreciate you giving us all a smile. we all need it? >> thank you. >> thank you. brian: my prediction happiness for everybody u i'm rarely wrong. abby: when you have got to go, have you got to go. steve: meanwhile straight ahead on telecast north korea threatening to cancel historic summit with
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president trump. we're going to talk to sarah huckabee sanders, she knows everything. brian: pressure on her now she knows everything? steve: she knows everything the question is whether l. she answer it. brian: oh.
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♪ steve: despite threats from north korea the summit is still apargetsdly on at this hour. >> overnight north korea threatened withdrawal over what they called provocative military ruckus. >> make no mistake, hamas is pleased with the results from yesterday. >> ambassador haley was absolutely correct when she said that every one of those deaths is attributable to hamas. brian: sanctuary backlash spreading across california. today they are bringing their message to the white house. >> we would really like to be a part of the process that the president is calling on to help out. it's about trying to get back to upholding the constitution. >> the president's nominee to run the cia gina haspel at this time has the votes to be confirmed. >> detective familia loved
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being a police officer. she loved her job. so she is right now, right there, and she is looking down and she is so proud of you. ♪ ♪ ♪ life is a highway ♪ i want to ride it all night long ♪ steve: live from new york city as you look up avenue of the americas in central park in new york city where we had a big thunderstorm last night. in fact, it was to the point where they actually stopped the trains last night. abby: so many flights were cancelled. i barely made it here last night after midnight people in laguardia had been sleeping for hours on the floor of the airport. >> brian: i was talking to meteorologists around the globe and it was god bowling. steve: who was the meteorologist around the globe? brian: i cannot ask their name. abby: can we ask janice dean? janice: false.
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brian: got a strike. knocked down a lot of trees. steve: we have a very busy morning and shocker out of north korea. abby: we want to start with a 234rer789. the summit is still on. steve: the white house is saying that nothing has changed after the rogue regime claims they won't participate in a one-sided discussion if it's all about giving up their nukes which they early kind of sounded like they were about to do. brian: griff jenkins is going to do a different story these reports came out about john bolton and south korea exercises being the problem. griff, will you tell us the latest? >> the latest, guys, is the question of the hour. that is how real are these threats to scrap the summit? china is urging al fly proceed with talks as planned as the north koreans vice foreign minister issued this statement overnight saying if the u.s. is trying to drive us into a corner, enforce our unilateral nuclear abandonment, we will no longer be interested in such dialogue and cannot but reconsider our proceeding to the dpkr-u.s. summit.
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this after north korea threatened withdraw over planned south korea drills calling them provocative military ruckus. the state department is weighing in. >> i would not get ahead of ourselves here. let's not get ahead of ourselves. this news just came out. we need to verify it get additional information on that. but we're going forward and planning our meetings next month. >> the developments do you immediate criticism from john brennan who says that excuse me me one second my teleprompter has gone to heck. this here's the point, guys, talks were set for june 12th in singapore, the white house says they are well aware of it sarah sanders in just a moment. most analysts are saying this morning that this is some negotiating tactic on behalf of kim jong un.
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steve: i think the headline there though, griff, is the fact that you use a teleprompter? we thought it was completely spontaneous. >> well, we have to quote these newsmakers correctly and so every now and then the prompter gets a little rusty. steve: who knew? abby: good at it griff, thanks so much. brian: get some rest. see you next hour. abby: big picture here is kim jong un flexing big muscles, saying i'm going to push president trump to see how far i can go to see how much i can get away. brian: that's possible. on that john brennan quote what an embarrassment something as sensitive as this. that's what he does now. i think someone should sober him up and understand he should have a different role with his background. steve: just caught in a big lie. brian: he always seementsz to be the last one to know. maybe is he getting concerned because we are getting close to the truth about him and his career. think about this. there could be a myriad of reasons.
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they could be panicking because the president and mike pompeo and john bolton have been steadfast in saying only totally denuclearization could be what we need. in turn, entrepreneurs been consistent. when you come bang and pull out comments that you made almost verbatim in 2003, his dad did, about john bolton being the problem and comments on libya being the issue and military exercises on the books for 18 months being a reason to cancel a meeting with south korea, i sincsense that china behind the scenes is panicking about the prospect of you losing an ally right to their north. could have been something that happened last week. abby: losing their power in the region. that's something china cares about. steve: kim jong un, we heard in that interview with mike pompeo the other day, he wouldn't be surprised if kim jong un actually had watched that interview with chris wallace because he watches so much western media and there he is right there. but, when you look at the western media and it says,
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look, this guy gave up the missile test. is he dismantling his facilities over there, he gave up the hostages. donald trump is getting everything. at the last minute he has got to look like he is the strong man. what's he doing? he is threatening to cancel it did he exactly the same thing in january. just before the winter olympics. the north and south were going to unify for a musical number and in the run-up they, at the last minute though. they did go ahead. he went through and sent his sisters to the olympics and olympics continued with a unified korea. this is just some noise. we are going to talk to sarah huckabee sanders about it. she will be with us 20 minutes from now. brian: absolutely noise. but you have to wonder who is pulling the strings behind it because we never got to the bottom of a solid reason why we even got to this point f i knew why we were at this point i would know why he is pulling back. steve: china is pushing -- brian: i would add this to it. the president not tweeting is one of the smartest things. just stay out of it for now.
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let the diplomats handle it at lower level. the president gets in on it too aggressively with the misinterpretation. the whole thing could blow up. steve: there is going to be a tweet. you watch. brian: i think it will be a measured tweet. abby: president trump set up expectation saying if they are not going to follow through, we are going to walk away from the deal, walk away from the negotiating table. steve: heather nauert said let's not get ahead of ourselves. abby: there is a lot going on arounded world nic at this haley spoke about violence going on hamas and israel. she stood her ground about how israel is handling all of this. here is what she said. make no mistake. hamas is pleased with the result from yesterday. i ask my colleagues here in the security council, who among us would accept this type of activity on your border? no one would. no country in this chamber
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would act with more restraint than israel has. in fact, the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained. those who suggest that the gaza violence has anything to do with the location of the american embassy are sorely mistaken. rather, the violence comes from those who reject the resistance of the state of israel in any location. brian: yeah. she was brilliant. she walked out with the palestinian authority spokesperson spoke. they are condemning her. i say. this nobody wants to see a child dead or 60 people lose their lives. steve: there she goes. brian: there she is leaving. i would say. this if you are a parent and know there is rioting at the border. why are you bringing your kid there number one. can you show some restrangt at that moment? i don't care how fervent you believe israel should not exist. any time you see hamas and you see democrats or people that just hate trump side with hamas over israel and
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the president, that shows the desperation. this is a positive story, long promise you had senator schumer. instead their heart goes out to hamas. abby: we had professor dershowitz on. he has been over there all week. he went to the opening of the embassy. he met about b. netanyahu. they spoke yesterday. he visited the gaza border. he called it the dead baby strategy. this is a way that hamas is making themselves look like the victims. here's what he told us. >> that's the hamas tactic. it's called the dead baby strategy. you make it impossible for israel to defend itself without occasionally killing a woman or a child or an elderly person and every time israel scentlely kills somebody like that, israelis grieve, israel loses. hamas cheers and celebrates because that's exactly what they want the world ought to condemn a, hamas and also the media that incentivizes and encourages hamas to do this by reporting in such a
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bias you had manner. steve: the reason why nikki was in front of the united nations kuwait called for emergency session after 60 palestinians were killed. kuwait says they want a resolution protecting the palestinians. but, that will not include peace-keeping troops. so they want a resolution. they want to make israel look bad. but, when it comes to the blue helmets, they don't want them. abby: what do you think of all of this? let us know what you think. there is a lot going on this morning. jillian with headlines. jillian: let's get you caught up starting with the extreme weather. maybe you felt it or experienced it last night. at least five people are dead as powerful storms rock the northeast. a little girl killed when a tree fell on a car in upstate, new york. four other deaths all connected to falling trees. >> watch out! that right there is the strong winds that sent metal beams flying off a roof in knox and trees collapsing on
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top of this new jersey home that belongs to kilmeade and friends. executive producer alisyn. everyone is okay. but search condemned until inspector can check it out. brian: yeah. they condemned her house. that's the ring doorbell. so, that's a house just moved into. and she also named it the brian kilmeade show. jillian: story, i stand corrected. brian: she doesn't know if she can get back in the house there is structural damage. jillian: we wish her well. that's for sure. a huge plume of ash spews into the sky. kilauea volcano growing more explosive. plume raising 12,000 feet could affect air traffic. [explosion] jillian: 20 cracks pewing steam and toxic gas have opened up so far. take a look at before and after satellite pictures taken a year apart showing the island's greenland
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escape completely charred. more than a million kids will be out of school as thousands of teachers rally for pay raises at the state capital. political leaders say they won't budge. >> instead, we will stay on the sustainable path that has resulted in significant pay raises for teachers whose hard work and commitment are vital to the success of our children. >> educators in five other states have organized similar rallies since the start of the year. we're going back to this because this conversation has not stopped. you remember the dress that divided the internet, right? well, there is a new debate setting sfmed totally on fire. listen to this. >> laurel. laurel. laurel. laurel. laurel. jillian: most people heariany. others, like myself hear laurel. experts say if you play the recording at a frequency with more base you are likely to hear laurel. if there is less base you will heariany.
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your tweets and emails are pouring in on this one. i want to heariany so many people hear it. >> we hear it on versus what folks at home are listening to. people at home here yanni we all hear laurel. steve: i hear yanny don't even get a hint of laurel. brian: i hear yanny plain an simple. abby: sheila emails i heard yanny my husband heard laurel. go figure we always hear things differently. brian: might be miss masmed. steve: kimberly writes both hearing the same audio on tv my husband hears yanny i hear laurel. abby: what does it say about people who hear yanny. >> someone changed the frequency so they heard laurel or yanny i heard laurel the whole time. brian: if we going to come together as a country we
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have to hear something. major lawsuit to fight the opioid crisis. pam bondi leading the charge. she will join us next. i'm out of words and i have three seconds to spare now two, now one. abby: you are never out of words, brian. ♪ how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped! you're gonna leave me back here at year 9? how did this happen? it turned out, a lot of people fell short, of even the average length of retirement. we have to think about not when we expect to live to,
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>> because of prescription medication she will never
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have that journey. start to finish 18 months from the first time she became addicted to prescription medication until the time she died. abby: that mom is the face behind the opioid epidemic killing nearly 200 americans every single day. state lawmakers like our next guest vowing to make those behind it pay. florida attorney general pam bondi just filed the country's most comprehensive lawsuit against giant opioid makers and distributers she joins us now. pam bondi, great to have you with us. i know this is an issue that is close to your heart and close to mine as well. clearly, states across the country are stepping up saying we have got to fight this. this is probably the largest lawsuit we have seen taking on opioids. >> it is and it's long overdue. many large states, california and new york have yet to file. 16 smaller ones filed. five of us filed simultaneously yesterday including texas. abby, you're right. this just had to be done. you know, these opioid manufacturers and distributers are not taking
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responsibility. we have been part of a multi-state working group. we led it. we will continue to do it. we will continue negotiations, but they have got to be held accountable. these manufacturers were using front groups. they were making publications claiming that it was by a nonprofit targeting elderly and our veterans. that's completely unacceptable. abby, here in florida we have 15 floridians dying a day, a day, 175 each day in our country. we have got to go after them where it hurts financially. abby: i have a family member i lost from drugs. it's heart-breaking. people fighting for their lives. what are the stories you are hearing on the ground in florida from parents and family members that find this to be the most important thing that they care about today? >> well, and, as you heard from lisa breapsd, her daughter brandy was her daughter. and brandy was 18 years old.
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she was beautiful. she had her whole life in front of her. within 18 months of after being pain pills she was dead. her father found her on her grandfather's couch. it's horrific. can i tell you 1500 stories like that. we have got to hold these people accountable. the distributers, despite warnings, despite knowing not verifying where they were flooding these millions of drugs into our state did you nothing. they had been levied fines. perdue had been fined $600 million in 2017. yet, they continue to do. this and it must stop. again, we will continue settlement negotiations. they have got to step up to the plate and we're fully prepared in florida to litigate and hold them responsible to protect the lives of citizens of florida and throughout our country, abby. abby: i know a lot of families are grateful for the work. the administration is fighting it as well u it's a fight that we should all be stepping up to fight.
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great to have you on pam bondi. >> thank you, abby. abby: coming up, president trump honoring the family of a new york city detective. the children of detective will join us live about that. stick with us. what? directv gives you more for your thing. your... quitting cable and never looking back thing. directv is rated #1 in customer satisfaction over cable.
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♪ ♪ steve: there have you got president trump at the annual peace officers memorial honoring police officers killed in the line of duty like police department detective who was shot at point blank range last summer. >> detective familia was a proud member of the new york police department. >> she loved being a police
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officer. she loved her job. she was respected by everybody. >> so she is right now, right there, and she is looking down and she is so proud of you. >> well, detective familiar fams children are all joining us from washington, d.c. after yesterday's activities. kids, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. steve: delilah, let's start with you you have been on the program before as your whole family has since your mom was killed in the line of duty. in that sound bite he said she is looking out. he was not planning to bring you up. >> yeah. steve: right, delilah? >> right. he wasn't. >> i don't think he was. steve: genesis, what happened? why did he decide to bring you up? >> well, he was in his speech he was talking about other officers whose stories
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also stood out. and then when he got to my mom, he was talking about how she was ambushed and all of the tragic events that surrounded her death. and then when he pointed us out in the crowd. he said where is the familia family. we waived and stood up and he invited us up on the stage. it was really unexpected but also very exciting. and just really amazing. to be able to be up on stage like that and having my whom'mymom's heroism recognizedy the president of the united states was very important. steve: absolutely. you will never forget it peter, i know it was your first trip to washington. >> yes. steve: we sought image. you were there with your mother's mother, grandma was there as well. what a moment. peter, what did it mean for you to have the president of the united states salute your mother? >> um, it was really like --
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i was really honored because that was my mother. and like the fact that the president of the united states even mentioned my mother's name is really incredible. i'm pretty honored that he called us to be with them on stage. steve: delilah, we have an image of your mom on tv right now. tell us about her. >> so she is a police officer. she was like really strong. and she was very fiery but it wasn't like too strong and really wonderful and brave and, yeah. and her smile was like really infectious and, yeah. steve: we heard so many good stories about her since she was killed in the line of duty.
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genesis, i know that the tunnel to tower foundation heard about your story and they wanted to make sure that you kids could continue to live in your neighborhood and you wouldn't have the twins wouldn't have to change school. they presented you with the money for the condo to live as long as you like. >> yeah. steve: how important was it to be around other families yesterday who have gone through exactly the same thing? i know you have probably in the last year or so felt like you are so alone but there were so many families there in washington yesterday who have been in your shoes. they knew exactly how you felt. >> well, it was really bittersweet because everyone around us, everyone who was there at the event yesterday, 9/11 some way, shape, or form, were kind of in the same body. because of the experience that we -- like because of the experience of loss that
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we felt. and it was also very comforting as well knowing that other people can have similar experiences that i have and know what we are going through. we didn't feel so alone. we are all mourning a fellow officer that was so near and dear to us. steve: surely. genesis, before we go, if the president of the united states were to talk to you today, what would you say to him about yesterday? >> i would like to tell him thank you for recognizing my mom and recognizing her heroism, especially like on a national level and i think it's really important, people hear my mom's story. people know that not only her but other officers that were killed in the same way are the officers who risked put their lives on the line, risk their lives for other people across the country. it's important for their stories to be heard. steve: she was amazing and so are you kids.
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genesis, delilah, peter, thank you. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. steve: all right. 7:30 in new york city. coming up, white house press secretary sarah sanders. lots to talk to her about. including north korea. and she is next. we're on a mission to show drip coffee drinkers, it's time to wake up to 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. 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?
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>> we're starting off on a new footing a wonderful thing released the folks early. that was a big thing. i really think we have a very good chance of doing something very meaningful. i really think a lot of progress has been made. and we'll see what happens. steve: we'll see what happens. the president sounding very optimistic about what's going to happen with north korea and his summit. in the middle of june. let's talk to white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders. she joins us from the north lawn. sarah, good morning to you.
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>> good morning. great to be with you guys. steve: what's going on with north korea? >> look, as the president has said time and time again, we're ready to meet and if it happens, that's great. and if it doesn't, we will see what happens. we're still hopeful that the meeting will take place and we'll continue down that path. at the same time we know that we have been prepared that these could be tough negotiations. the president is ready if the meeting takes place. and if it doesn't, we will continue the maximum pressure campaign that's been ongoing. brian: how would you characterize the president's reaction to this back step making up some problems with military exercises that have been on the books coming up with comments about john bolton that's been set back in 2003. what was the president's reaction when some of this stuff started coming out? >> look, the president is the toughest negotiator around. he is prepared to go through this process. his team is prepared to go through this process. and this is not something that is out of the ordinary
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in these types of operations. the president's fully prepared and full namely ready to carry on in these conversations leading up to and if the meeting takes place. he will be ready. >> why we need some people in these rolls in the administration. gina haspel, the senate intel committee voting on her today. we know she has made the rounds up on the hill. sent a personal letter to mark warner. it sounds like she has the votes she needs, sarah. >> it looks great. we are very optimistic. we think obviously gina haspel is the most qualified and credible person that you could find to runt cia. we're excited about her taking the hymn as th how many e director of this agency. full floor vote taking place the next couple of days. we are very confident and
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optimistic people are putting national security and the safety and security of americans ahead of partisan politics. several democrats have come out and said they will support gina haspel. we think that's a great thing because she is a great candidate to run the cia and we are excited about her taking over and moving forward in this process. steve: we heard from the president doing a tweet a couple days ago about the leaks in the white house. you know, it all goes back to rough comment that a member of the white house staff made about john mccain and then there was a leak about that. you had a meeting with the team about leaks and that got leaked. i think five times to jonathan swan over at axios. what is going on at the white house because it looks like the president can't even trust his own staff. >> look, i can tell you there are a couple of bad actors. i think it is disgusting and some of the most shameful behavior that you could ever engage. in it's an honor and privilege to work for the president and to be part of his administration. anybody who betrays that, i
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think is a total and complete coward and they should be fired. we fired people over leaking before. i have personally fired people over leaking before. and we certainly would be very willing to do so again. but, again, this is one of the greatest opportunities of a lifetime to get to work and serve for president trump. and it's something that is sacred for somebody to allow to you have that opportunity and we take it seriously. steve: sarah, why do they do it? are they trying to stab other staff members in the back? are they trying to advance their political agenda? are they trying to set the record straight? what the heck is going on? >> think think there are probably a number of reasons. some of these leaks are made up and reporters search for validation for them. look, there is definitely something that has to be addressed. we are focused intensely on addressing it. and we take an extremely seriously. as i just said, i can't answer why people do it because i don't engage in it because i find it to be some of the most disgusting behavior that you could ever
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participate in and one of the most disloyal things that you could do as entrusted member of the president's team. we have big things happening here decisions with north korea. we are talking about iran. we have moved the embassy, the president is growing the economy. creating jobs. we just got the 21st circuit judge nominated and cleared the senate yesterday. amazing and big things are happening. that's what our administration should be focused on. that's what our team should be focused on. and what we would like -- the news frankly to be covering. there are all these big things happening. that's what they should be covering as well. it's a complete disservice to the american people that they spend so much time on a comment made in a private meeting versus the comments that are made on a public stage that are literally changing the course of human history that this president is engaged in. that is what the media should be focused on and i hope they will spend a little bit more time over the next weeks leading up to
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the summit to do exactly that. abby: do you think we can expect an apology from that aide, kelly sadler? meghan mccain is a friend of mine. i know the way they left it they spoke on the phone and meghan mccain said she would appreciate a public apology. a lot of people are waiting for that to happen. should we now expect that not to happen? >> i'm not going to get into the back and forth on this. i think it's been addressed. we are dealing with this matter internally. again, i think we should be focused -- a. abby: why the strategy to not come out publicly and say you know what? i was wrong. let's move on? >> she has personally apologized. again, i don't think we should continue to validate leaks that come out by making that the focus of what we are doing. i think there are some incredible things that this president is doing that literally has massive global impacts. and i think that's what we we should be talking about. brian: i would have trouble even expressing my thoughts knowing that somebody on my own team could be leaking that to the press. doesn't overlook and overshadow all the other
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people that are loyal to the president that work with him every day. and i imagine you're one of them. now, i have got to ask you the "wall street journal" today had this front page story about nafta. in the back drop the president has always said i want to update this deal that's over 20 years old. word is now it's going not going to get done this year. we know the speaker of the house said if you want this passed, i need it by next week. what happened? >> well, look, we are still in ongoing negotiations. the president is committed though to making sure that we do something better. he doesn't want to just continue on the status quo. that's the easy thing to do. brian: is mexico the problem, sarah or is canada the problem or both? >> look, we have got to get a deal that works for everybody. but, most importantly, this president is going to make sure that we get a deal that works for america. he is tired of getting taken advantage of by country after country when it comes to trade and he is going to make sure that we get a good deal that helps people in this country and that we're on a level playing field.
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and he is not going to stop until he gets it i have think you know this president is the toughest negotiator at the table. and he is going to make sure he gets something that works. you. brian: use the old deal until we bet the new dealenned that's not working, right? >> again, the president is willing to tear up the nafta agreement if that's what it comes to. we still want to see something happen and we're going to continue in those conversations. they are ongoing now. and we are pushing forward and hopeful we can get something done soon. steve: you will get something done today. i know the president is going to host a number of officials from anti-sanctuary cities and counties and things like that. this morning we had the on the mayor of loi los alamitos. he said the message in these towns and counties stand up against sacramento which instituted circumstantially the sanctuary state of california is forget about that, we're not thinking about that, we're thinking about us actually enforcing the laws of the united states of america.
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we're a law and order town. >> absolutely. i couldn't agree with you more. we have to enforce the laws that are on the books. people don't get to decide. cities don't get to pick and choose which laws they want to follow. just because it's california doesn't mean you get to decide that you don't want to participate in our government and in our system. and you have to follow the law that is on the books. and we're very thankful that there are a number of mayors and county commissioners, et cetera, that are standing up to some of the others and saying enough is enough like this is not what our state needs. it's not what our state wants and we are glad they are going to be here and be part of that discussion later this afternoon. brian: i'm sure you know because the president had a big meeting yesterday about immigration and trying to get daca back on the books. trying to get democrat and republican support to try to look at daca deal again. what could you tell us about the president's stance on this? >> the president has been very clear on what he wants to see when it comes to an
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immigration package. he wants to close the loopholes. he wants to secure the border. and he is willing to do something on daca but we have to fix the problem. we can't just kick the can down the road. we have to secure the border. brian: republican lawmakers coming up with their plan. how do you feel about what they are doing? does the president support these three republicans or not? >> look, we will see what that comes out to look like. at the same time, the president has not wavered and he has been extremely clear on what the priorities and what the principles are that he wants to see when it comes to any piece of immigration legislation. abby: sarah, how is melania doing? >> she is doing very well. she is in very good spirits. the president was able to go back to walter reed yesterday and visit with her and she ask that everybody continues to keep her in your prayers. but she is one of the toughest people you will find and she is doing great and in good spirits. thank you for asking. steve: the plan is for her to be released in the numbers couple of days?
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>> yeah. she is on track for the next couple of days and certain lie we will keep everyone posted. abby: our thoughts and prayers are with her. good to see you this morning. >> thanks so much. thanks for having me on. brian: someone else has to bring barron to soccer practice. i hope you are pitching in. >> very few things i could probably help pitch in on, that, i think i could handle. steve: i bet you have a minivan. >> i don't have a minivan but i have plenty of room in a mom-sized vehicle and i'm more than happy to do a soccer practice run. abby: you are a utility player, sarah. we love it? >> thanks. abby: is college not for you? don't worry next guest being compared to michael roe says the best way to learn is to get to work. brian: roseanne big hit, big move coming to season two thanks to abc. ♪ ♪
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♪ brian: 6 minutes before the top of the hour, many college grads are saddled with student debt. high rent. uncertain job prospects all in the name of an expensive degree. abby: in fact, a new study finds 21% of americans have nothing at all saved, nothing for the future. steve: so what should they do? time to pump the brakes on four year colleges and instead invest in skills to get a job? isaac more house is the founder and ceo of practice, a professional program for those who want to launch a career without college and he is being touted as the next generation's mike rowe. isaac, good morning to you. >> hey, good morning, thanks for having me. steve: okay. so you make a good point. if you want a good job, maybe you don't go to college. maybe you simply learn a skill. how do you do that? >> yeah. i mean, i think skills and
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experience are vastly superior to, you know, basically a dead piece of paper in a college degree. the thing you want to do is get the best professional experience you can as early as possible and, you know, to get your foot in the door, what we do at practice is we use apprenticeship as a model to do it. a lot of people are familiar with that with things like welding or sort of skilled trades but we're actually using the apprenticeship model in the professional round. startups in things like operations and sales and marketing roles. so, apprenticeship, come in at that sort of entry level is a great way to get your foot in the door and start building that experience. abby: i could not agree with you more. not everyone needs to go to a four year college. better for the person and better for this country to be competitive in the 21st century. the other side of that though is the companies that are hiring how do you convince them to hire people without degrees? >> you know, it's funny. if you just look at job postings. they often say degree required.
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and a lot of the jobs that we're placing people in also say that but we're getting people in there without degrees. and what we have learned is that when companies say that they are kind of using that as a proxy hey you need to have some base level of skills and competence. if you can, as a young person, find a way to prove that, without a degree, you know, if you create a project that demonstrates some sort of skill that you have and you can show that hey, look at what i built, people aren't even going to ask about the degree. it f. they have seen something that's more impressive already, then they're not going to ask or even care anymore. i think if you start thinking in terms of okay, employers want problems solved. they want me to create value. what's a way that i can prove that and you focus on that. you find out pretty quickly the degree is actually kind of a weak way to prove that compared to some of the other things you can do. abby: we need more of this. steve: is he wearing a p. on his shirt because his company is called praxis. isaac morehouse thank you for joining us live.
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♪ >> despite threats from north korea the summit is still on. steve: the white house is saying nothing has changed. >> the president is ready if the meeting takes place f it doesn't we'll continue the maximum pressure campaign that's been ongoing. >> make no mistake hamas is pleased with the results from yesterday. brian: ambassador haley was absolutely correct that she said every one of those deaths is attributable to hamas. brian: filing a major lawsuit to fight the opioid crisis. florida attorney general pam bondi. >> they are not taking responsibility. they have to be held accountable. abby: a black trump supporter is verbally attacked at local
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cheesesteak factory. eugenior was verbally attacked by employees. >> the fact that the president of the united states really mentioned my mother's name is really incredible. ♪ brian: he went to australia. became a country music star. not many people can do that. steve: bret baier thought about it. but decided really great calling was in journalism. brian: that is why he hosts "special report" and works one hour a day. >> good tunes here in the morning. brian: we're known for our music. abby: how early do you wake up to do the show? >> not as early as you.
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not as early as you. abby: kim jong-un pushing back maybe with the military exercises with south korea maybe he won't come to the table. we had sarah huckabee sanders sanders white house press secretary and asked her response and sheer is what she told us. >> because the president has said time and time again, we're ready to meet. if it happens that's great, and if it doesn't we'll see what happens. we're still hopeful that the meeting will take place, and we'll continue down that path. but at the same time we know that these, we've been prepared that these could be tough negotiations. the president is ready if the meeting takes place. if it doesn't we'll continue the maximum pressure campaign that's been ongoing. brian: very measured, right? >> listen, you expected something toe happen, right? it wasn't going to be smooth sailing to june 12th. north korea does not have a great history living up to promises. we'll see. i think they will probably get back on track. if history is any judge, once they go down this road, there is
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a lot of back and forth. they eventually get there. it is prepare just. it may not happen. brian: let me tell you what the north korean foreign minister said. with president trump continues to be, excuse me, says the country will not accept a u.s. deal that will force this country, their country to abandon its nuclear program in exchange for relaxation of economic sanctions. really? because we thought that is where we were going. >> obviously they're sweetening the ask. they're laying groundwork. i'm sure president trump in dealings that he has done understands that this is part of laying the groundwork for what they want. steve: sure. so far looks like president trump is getting more out of the deal than kim jong un. they have stopped with the missile tests. they released hostages. looks like they're taking apart their facility over there. >> part of that one is, part of it collapsed. steve: now it looks like they're
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taking it apart. >> they're not rebuilding it, in other words. i think, i think there is promising signs. china again is a key part of all of this. and that is another element of this negotiation. abby: brian brought this up earlier they had a meeting last week. you would love to be a fly on the wall behind the closed doors between china, north korea and obviously they're advising them how to handle all this china cares. they want it be the dominant power in that region. what do you think happened in that meeting and did that impact where we are now? >> i don't know. they're both in the midst of pushing back and trying to get what they want. this zte situation, we don't know what we don't know about negotiations between the u.s. and china. and who knows. north korea could look at that say, i would like a piece of that. i want something. brian: zte is electronics firm, telecommunications firm, accused of violating sanctions against north korea and iran and stealing a lot of intellectual property.
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we had them flat on their back. president looks like he could revive the company as part of a bigger trade deal. somehow that came up with this north create negotiation. let's parry with your other expertise. the mueller investigation is one-year-old. we have a lot of questions about the dossier and its role and john brennan's version of the role of the dossier, and others that have seen the fisa application and the role of the dossier including some of john brennan's colleagues. there is a contribution there. >> we heard from other lawmakers like gowdy, nunez, others, grassily, who think, and know this was a big part of the pitch. the dossier, i asked jim comey bit. brian: was oblivious. i don't really remember. >> didn't know who paid for it. didn't know hillary clinton's campaign and dnc were behind it. there is a lot more than we need to know that side of the equation. we don't know what we don't know on the mueller said.
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it could take months before we get to the bottom of it. steve: how about republican congressional investigators trying to find out who the special secret source who might have been in contact with the trump campaign back months before the president was elected. >> it's fascinating. i think we haven't seen the nuggets that tell us exactly who it is. >> you've had people on your show who suggested even then it looks like the fbi was trying to frame donald trump. >> the glenn simpson testimony suggests that they had somebody else and i have heard lawmakers saying they think they have a good idea but, i think we've got to follow that. brian: grassley sent a letter to simpson, are you standing by what you said, they had someone inside the trump campaign. the lawyer said again simpson stands by what he said. maybe he didn't want to look like a liar. talk about your brand new book, "three days in moskow,"
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president reagan and and dealings with gorbachev that brought about an end to the soviet union. what is the in the book coming out that you never thought? >> the nuggets that are in here, the story, the detail, we found has not been out. oral histories. i interviewed a bunch of people secretary of state shults who is. brian: 500. >> he is 93. it's a moment, this final summit of four summits. i think we have a sound bite. ken duberstein was the chief of staff at the time. after the summit, after all the press and staff is leaving moscow on air force one, he describes that moment. >> as we took off on air force one from moscow the only time i was ever on air force one that everybody stood up including the press pool, and we sang god bless
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america led by the president. you talk about metric moments, that was one of them. reagan knew that we had hit a grand slam in moscow. steve: grand slam was the end of the cold war ultimately. >> eventually got there. the wall comes down under george h.w. bush but reagan was crucial how he handled those summits throughout to make it happen. abby: bret, when you look at a few years ago at time in history, the most recent government plane to leave moscow, were 60 government employees out of the embassy. were what do you make of it when it comes to our relationship with russia? >> for decades presidents tried to have a reset with russia. go back to eisenhower and khrushchev all along. it hasn't panned out. russia attacked us, reagan president of screen actors guild was fighting russia, soviet, union the, communism in hollywood. i don't think the relationship's
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great but there is still this hunger to try to make some kind of outreach. abby: your book is about change can be made that was such a powerful moment in our country's history. >> your dad knows this well in the heart of moment. abby: get some tips. brian: what stands out too infiltration we saw in the 2016 election. that isn't new. they have been trying to get through hollywood, through our political system, for 50, 60 years. they're doing it cyber now. >> what the administration is doing to push back, arming ukrainians, natural gas to eastern europe, sanctions, all that stuff getting overlooked. people are focused on what the president says or doesn't say about putin. brian: the blowback has been pretty strong including going after some of their oligarchs and they're feeling it. >> yeah. steve: what do you make of the parallels that, since you are writing this book that just came out yesterday, what do you make of the people who are drawing parallels between the way ronald reagan, rather the way that ronald reagan dealt with
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the world as opposed to the way that donald trump is taking on the world? >> sean asked me about this not surprisingly last night and he -- there is a moment where you look at this, and they both were polled about what they have said. we don't know what will happen with president trump and what will eventually come to pass but they were changing the paradigm. they were changing it up. heads in washington were exploding at tile of reagan. steve: outsiders come in. they can't do that. >> i don't think they're the same personalities. i don't say that in the book but i do in the last word kind of link the big speeches that president trump has given and they have echos of phrases and words that president reagan would have used in riyadh, in the united nations, in warsaw, poland. abby: the strength that this country does have. before we let you go we have a really important question for you. there is a audio clip tearing the internet apart. we'll play it for you. on the back side, tell us what you hear.
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steve: what word is this? >> laurel. laurel. abby: do you hear yanni or laurel. >> laurel. laurel. abby: it is completely divided. some only hear yanny. >> we hear laurel. the control room hears yanny. >> they have new speakers. steve: has to do how people hear it. husband hears laurel. the wife hears yanny. >> laurel. abby: internet is torn up about this. this is end interesting all over twitter. steve: it's laurel. brian: could you ask president trump? president trump, if you could call in. steve: number one trending item in the world now on the internet. we all hear laurel. >> i hear laurel. brian: it will be brit hume. he will have the ultimate decision to make. abby: you know what?
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if i want to be on a team i want to be on bret's team. i hear laurel. where will we find the book. >> out yesterday. "three days in moscow".com is the best way. abby: number four. let's get it number one. >> thanks, guys. steve: right behind you is jillian. jillian: i haven't met you yet. >> pleasure. jillian: i also hear laurel. so we have something in common. we'll chat in the breaks. we'll get to extreme weather. i don't know if you felt this. five people are dead as powerful storms rock the northeast. a little girl killed when a tree fell on a car in upstate new york. the other four deaths all connected to falling trees. >> watch out! jillian: look at that. strong winds sending metal beams flying off a roof in new york city. trees collapsing on top of this home in new jersey that belongs, when we fix it for you here, the
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"brian kilmeade show," executive producer, allison. every one is okay. her house is condemned until inspectors check it out. got the name of the show. brian: that is the ring doorbell video. jillian: deadly explosion rocking a california medical building. looks like it is no accident. the blast responsible for killing a woman. came from a package. inspectors calling it a intentional detonation. chaotic taken after the blast. first-responders rolling out children in cribs who were at a day-care across the street. a look at the headlines. i saw you guys take a selfie. abby: that's what we do. come on back. brian: montana, don't mind coming over again. come over, jillian. jillian: right after this. steve: will see this on later today. brian: back in a moment.
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♪ >> no strangers to bloodshed in war-torn gaza. today they bury their dead yet again. [shouting] several of them were children according to palestinian officials. >> ivanka trump and jared
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kushner bidding israel farewell after the opening of the embassy in jerusalem. they also left behind this. abby: continues to heat up. israel is defending itself from hamas extremists hurling firebombs and hurling kites over the border. according to the press israel is the aggressor. brian: where does that come from? bre payton writes for the federalist. she is here to react this is huge victory for the president and for israel. there was going to be a huge pushback somehow. protests are not unexpected. how do you explain the coverage? >> this has been going on for decades. the american media and a lot of international media figures our aiding and abetting hamas when they are providing coverage like this when they are making it all about the embassy move which is completely false. these protests have been going on for months. it is about the 70th anniversary of israel's existence. they are firing missiles, they are trying to launch rockets.
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they are trying to storm the fence in order to harm as many israelis as possible. it is really sad, the people in gaza, they are suffering. the palestinians authority and hamas which totally controls the region does not care at all about their lives. they're using these people as human cannon fodder. members of the media are helping them do that. they are helping them get these people just slaughtered and it is really sad and unfortunate and irresponsible of the media to cover it in this way. abby: you know, we had alan dershowitz on the show earlier this morning. he has been over there in jerusalem. what we're seeing on the ground is so different from what we're seeing covered on the news outlets. reality is far different. what is this about? how much of it is has to do with president trump? if this were another president pushing to change the embassy, do you think the media reaction would be any different? >> yeah. you know what? that is a great point. this is something that american presidents have been promising. abby: bill clinton did years ago.
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>> bill clinton, president obama, also said sentiments along these same lines, george bush. this isn't anything new. i do think if president obama made this decision under his administration i do think that the media coverage would be slightly different. at the end of the day this is the way reporters cover this. you know i've been told that often when reporters go into gaza, hamas as signs minders to watch what these reporters are doing, make sure what they're seeing what hamas wants them to see, reporting what hamas wants them to report. brian: right. >> this makes sense what is going on the ground is different than what we are seeing and being reported on. it makes sense this is secured. it is really sad. because we are giving millions of dollars to the palestinian authority to try to help the palestinian people and last year they -- yeah. brian: i know. we're cutting money back because of this behavior. bre payton. thanks so much. >> thank you. brian: put it in perspective. a trump supporter verbally
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ended up with a police report. abby: 22-year-old eugenior joseph said employees made threats and harassed his entire family all because of his hate right there. make america great. >> i was wearing a trump hat. this is for wearing a trump hat. steve: just because i wore a trump hat. you know what? he is still wearing the hat. he joins us from miami of the eugene, thank you. good morn. >> how are you guys doing? >> we're fascinated by the story. you decided to wear that hat with the girlfriend and family at cheese factory one of the locations in miami. >> yes, sir. >> when did you realize that the people working at cheesecake factory didn't like your hat? >> we were significant at table. and my girlfriend's aunt, noticing hey, there is couple coworkers back there looking at eugene, making gestures towards
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him. i turned around, looked at them. didn't say anything. they're staring at my girlfriend's family, trying to intimidate. i ignored the whole thing. i was on my phone watching -- abby: what type of things -- >> after i turned around, looked at phone, one of the coworkers say i will knock the hat off their head. clenching their fists, standing behind me to scare us and stuff. i wasn't really intimidated by anything. but my girlfriend's family and everybody, it was just sad. it was just everybody was disappointed. mother's day was completely ruined. it just sad outcome way it happened. >> you're still wearing the hat. the cheesecake factory responded to this. they said we were very dis.ed to learn that two staff members made disparaging remark about mr. joseph's hat that made him and his family feel welcome. as a result those two individuals are no longer employed with the company of. no guest should feel unwelcome in the restaurant. our investigation is ongoing.
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we reached out to mr. joseph directly to ask for his assistance. something else was going on, like a meeting between different shifts. there was sort of a crowd around you. is that what you noticed as well? is your take different? >> i didn't, i think my take is a little bit different. i don't think that really explains for me. i walked to the restroom with my girlfriend walking into the restroom and i as i was walking back, a whole group of people came out of the kitchen and just started shouting and yelling clapping things and saying things towards me as i was walking back to my seat. i ignored it. i could tell my girlfriend was uncomfortable. it was really wrong. steve: i understand you were booking when you were walking back. cheesecake said it was two of your employees. does that sound right or a bigger number. >> it was a bigger number. they had employees working there and couple other people just walking past disrespecting that. people that weren't even serving us. people walking by with plates and stuff being rude to us, just really disrespectful.
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steve: seems so crazy, eugene. here you are, mother's day one of the happiest days of year. >> that is what i expected t was mother's day. i thought, if there is any day to wear the hat it is mother's day. a happy day. abby: you dean, what makes the country great we can wear sits and hat you clearly support president trump. what do you like about him? >> i love donald trump and he is just, what the country need. he is a true american. he really cares for the well being of america and he just, people would say what they want about him. everybody is entitled to their opinion. it's a free country. i think donald trump is like everything that we've all needed in this country. steve: what does it say to you about people who are so narrow-minded they can not respect you for wearing a hat that might be different than their political point of view? >> right. that's what -- at the end of the day, to me it isn't about being black, white, anybody could have wore the hat, white man, latino man, this is about freedom of
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speech. everybody should be entitled to their own opinions and beliefs. somebody wants to wear make america great hat, you should support the decision. nobody should be disrespected, way i was treated on sunday. abby: still wearing the hat. are you going back to cheesecake factory ever? >> i doubt it. definitely not. steve: are you ever going to take that hat off? >> i don't think so, man. i love trump. abby: great to have you on this morning. sorry that you and your girlfriend and family had to deal with that that is real hi unfortunate. >> thank you, ma'am. abby: thank you so much. steve: what do you think about that. e-mail us at he wants to be georgia's next governor. he is offering illegal aliens a ride on a very special bus. by the way, it is a one-way trip. >> we have our bus ready to go. it will not be one of those pansy political bus tours. we have the deportation bus. steve: what do you think of that? more about it coming up next. abby: the "roseanne" reboot is a
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>> we have to enforce the laws on the books. people don't get to decides, cities don't get to pick and choose which laws they want to follow. the president has been very clear what he wants to see when it comes to an immigration package. he wants to close the loopholes. he wants to secure the border and he is willing to do something on daca, we have to fix the problem. we can't just kick the can down the road. we have to secure the border. we have to close these big loopholes. brian: the guy that knew there was a problem, mike slater. he lives in california,
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san diego to be specific, one of the counties pushing back against the sanctuary state philosophy. mike slater joins us now, what do you hope, from the mike slater show on the radio, what do you hope is accomplished at white house? >> i'm glad the president is doing this every one knows california is completely out of control but there is this little conservative bass stun on the border that is san diego county. the county voted to join the federal lawsuit suing the state against these policies. there is city in the county, escondido who has heavily immigrant mayor and population, fighting sanctuary policies. so encouraging to see the president meeting with local leaders, who just want as sara said, order at the border and some sanity to our laws. steve: i was going to say, mike, we had the mayor of los alamitos going to the white house. come and tell us a story what is going on in your town. his story was going to be the
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fact that we are trying to respect the law of the land. the laws will be enforced in lowe's -- los alamitos destate what pals up in sacramento have to say. >> there have been 800 illegal immigrants from our jails, and 350 were released without telling i.c.e. they are released which means though go back into our communities. this is what frustrates me, democrats get credit for being compassionate. but they're not. the i.c.e. operation, were recently looking for 400 illegal criminal immigrants. they found 110 them, many were not on the original list. they are collateral arrests. they go knock on the door looking for illegal criminal and there are three other law-abiding illegal immigrants that they round up and support. democrats are putting all other people at risk, all we want to do find people released from jail already and deport them. abby: all right.
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brian: mike, in particular there is something else going on and people seem to be getting it backwards in my humble opinion, that is the historic move of our embassy to jerusalem from tel aviv. at the same time this is happening there are palestinians rioting at the border, at the fence. 60 lots of their lives during this, including a couple of children, you have to wonder about parents bringing children to a riot, but how do you explain the way media has taken hamas' side? >> it is really shameful. i love the clip you played of alan dershowitz calling the dead baby strategy. it is such a shame. you have a really lifted perspective to lift upham mass terrorists as victims here. let me say one thing about this in general. there is a lot of groups of people around the world that want their own state. the kurds and the tibetans come to mind. the kurds and tibetans have a greater claim to statehood than
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the palestinians. they don't get a bunch attention. why not? they're not a bunch of terrorists or killing people to get attention like the palestinians are. so every time the media lifts up these terrorist actions they're only encouraging more. now we're hearing news maybe this nine-month-old had passed away had unrelated illnesses it wasn't related to tear gas. israel has the right to again itself from terrorists period. abby: speaking of media, viewers, big fans of "roseanne" of abc being set up for a season two and we're hearing it will be less political next season. it will be more family-oriented. listen to some of the best moments from last season. >> i should have tried to gnat why you voted the crazy way that you did. [laughter] >> and i should have understood that you know, you want the government to give everybody free health care because you're a good-hearted person who can't do simple math. >> i know why you gave mark a
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knife. determined your version after boy. >> first of all i didn't know there were that many versions. >> yemen is not even on the travel ban list [laughter] >> yes it is. abby: the reason people love the show because it represents so many families where, i come from a huge family, you have many that disagree or have different political feelings about things this is so refreshing to have on television. why take the politics out of it, when one thing i think this country probably needs more of? >> i love that. because abc is a bunch of cowards. that is the network that got rid of tim allen's "last man standing." even any semblance of conservatism can't be allowed. a message to conservatives be careful making roseanne bar the torchbearer of conservatives. she is not a conservative. she ran as green party candidate. be careful with that. although some of the scenes in the show are pretty funny. >> steve she does like
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donald trump. she embraced his methodology and his persona, 27 or 30 million people watched first couple episodes. i think abc is making a mistake to make it more family-oriented. if that is why people are watching. >> there is a huge divide in the the country. it is geographical and cultural divide. hollywood and new york city are ignoring every one in the middle which your audience, our audience right here is mostly people in the middle of country, good-hearted people want to laugh at this country. brian: talking from the west coast, we're talking about the east coast. what about in between. abby: we'll see how season two goes. it's a great show. steve: first one in at work today. mike slater, from the mike slater show out in southern california. thanks for joining us. >> thank you, guys. abby: over to jillian for more headlines. jillian: good morning to you guys, you at home as well. the fight against oxycontin
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maker purdue pharma intensifying as sycamore states sue the country. state attorneys general from nevada, texas, florida, north carolina, north dakota and tennessee saying the company deceptively market the opioid to generate millions of dollars in sales. florida ag pam bondi said enough is enough. >> this had to be done. these opioid manufacturers and distributors are not taking responsibility. they have got to be held accountable. jillian: officials in 16 states and puerto rico have filed similar suits. a candidate for governor is hitting campaign trail in a bus but not like anything you ever seen. watch. >> hi, i'm michael williams. boy we have exciting news for you. we have our bus ready to go. it will not be one of those pansy political bus tours. we have got the deportation bus. we'll implement, 287-g deportation plan that will fill the bus with illegals to send them back to where they came from.
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jillian: that is georgia state senator michael williams pitching his immigration agenda. the state primary is next week. four states reporting primary result this is morning. starting in pennsylvania, president trump's pick, congressman lou barletta beating out representative jim chris at this ahn that in in. congratulations to lou barletta of pennsylvania. he will be a great senator and will represent his people well like they have not been represented many years. lou is a friend of mine and special guy, he will much help make america great again. thanks to deb fischer the people of nebraska seen what a good job she is doing and showed up at ballot box. the head of the catholic church may be getting ready to step down. pope francis hinting at possible retirement tuesday saying he thought about when it might be time to take leave. he just celebrated his five-year
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anniversary as pontiff in march. brian: i never thought he would finish it out. that means we could have two popes in retirement alive. that is almost impossible. steve: that is what he wants to do. that is what he wants to do. brian: but what would he do? how do you retire from the pope? >> you retire and good life. you bring somebody new in with new ideas. brian: good luck with that. i'm saying it has to be dolan. if it is not dolan, i'm protesting. steve: okay. all right. we are going to step aside, brian. brian: while i pick a new pope. >> destroyed the weathercast. brian: fantastic. we have to get the right pope in there. sports fans gearing up to place their bets after the supreme court legalizes sports gambling. what does this mean for the future of online betting? steve: day three of our springtime series. today it is all about fencing and storage. our friend skip bedell has the best options for your backyard.
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kayak. search one and done. abby: all bet are on. the supreme court overturning a federal law ruling that states can now decide whether or not to legalize sports gambling. brian: most will say yes. we have ceo of william hill u.s. which operates the largest number of sports books in nevada. thanks so much. is this going to hurt nevada? >> i don't think so at all. i've been hearing about gambling spreading to other states hurting nevada and it is negative true. vegas is bigger, better, more robust than ever. not at all. abby: what does it mean for you and your company? >> we're really busy for sure.
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we operate over 100 sports books in nevada, a leader in the market and making preparations to expand in other if and when the opportunity came and we're on the cusp of it now. steve: people go to las vegas, do a little gambling, put money in slots but how many average americans will be involved in this sorts of sports gambling now that it is legal? >> there is a massive black market in america today. everybody has a bookie, if you want to get your bet on, you get a bet down with the bookie. this will at least begin the process trying to migrate people into the a legal market, take it out of the shadows into the supply. brian: how much money can it bring to a state? >> depend on the size of state. there are billions and billions bet illegal which translates into revenue. if states impact a sensible tax policy it will flow to them. brian: are you worried about more corruption in sports because more people are betting legally? >> hopefully more people are
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betting legally than inlegally. the risk of corruption is much greater today if there is massive black market f there is something nefarious going on the illegal bookie is not picking up the phone to call the fbi. if we see something happening in nevada, we pick up the phone and call the gaming control board. steve: will this close down the illegal bookie? >> not at all. people have decades relationships with their bookies. it will take a while but it is important to have sensible tax policy to follow. abby: do you see a downside on this from honest err speculative. >> i don't see a downside as long as folks go about it responsibly. it has to be sensible tax policy to have legal market. steve: what is sensible tax policy? come on. do you have a fever? >> in nevada we pay a state tax rate that caps out at 6.75%. you don't really see illegal market in nevada today. contrast that with pennsylvania which is passed sports betting
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law with 36% state and local tax rate. brian: what is interesting mark cuban said yesterday everybody who owns a major sports franchise just went up in value because now more people will want to be a part of it, start watching, it even for more financial gain. >> that's right. people are much more engaged in sports when they have a bet riding on the outcome. that is why sports betting is popular across the country. brian: beat as 401(k). steve: some hope. you're a bessie man. >> take care. abby: day three of our spring series. skip bedell has the top fencing and furniture options for the yard. he is up next. steve: can't see the neighbor anymore. brian: i can see janice. steve: what about bill hemmer? there is he is. >> i don't know if you want to see me if i'm your neighbor. abby: you would be the nicest neighbor. >> i tricked you so far. this gambling thing is hidden tax on the middle class. like toll booths. like lottery, call me a
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fuddy-duddy. brian i will talk on the radio about that, okay? i think i heard brian say that what is -- that was smooth. what is "the art of the deal" for north korea? latest on back and forth there. what happened in the trump tower meeting during the election. many intel players involved are about to answer questions in a big primary day. what the results tell us about the trump train. join us in ten minutes, guys. see you at top of the hour. whic. [cougar growling] (passenger) what are you doing? (driver) i can't believe that worked. i dropped the keys. (burke) and we covered it. talk to farmers, we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪ pah! thano, no, no, nah.k.
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♪ abby: it is day three of our week long spring home improvement series. brian: this is about sheds and patio furniture. steve: what can brian kilmeade's neighbor install in his backyard to not look at the kilmeade pool?
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here is home improvement guy, catch a contractor, skip bedell. we've seen a fake fences but have the shiny plastic look. >> this is certaineed building best products in u.s. sa this is no maintenance. not doing any maintenance on any fences. brian: you're living a lie? >> absolutely. walk through the fence with me. we have privacy options with the grain on it. idea you get beauty and texture of color of wood but not shiny. abby: all of them taller than brian. >> brian needs 20-foot fence because his neighbors can't stand him. this is horizontal privacy slats. with the grain and really looks nice. brian: skip, we should talk about what is affordable and what's not. is this all after fobbeddable? >> you would be amazed how affordable.
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you do it one time. never may to work on it fenn. steve: skip this is semiprivate. >> horizontal and vertical slats a lot of color options and grains. >> if i see you, i'm not sure. >> certaineed has it figured out steve: this sufficient shed is really cool flew will love this we all need more storage. you can never have enough storage this is a tough shed. steve: oh. >> come inside and check this out. we have a workbench. think of all projects you can do on the workbench. brian: how many years do these last? >> it is built like a house. they have radiant barrier in the roof to keep it warm. they're super strong and very heavy-duty. abby: how affordable is this? >> when you put this stuff. one time, extra storage. they are super affordable.
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i have all the pricing. this is like having extra garage. they have all different sizes. even two stories. steve: you could insulate these? >> into tiny houses. brian: i need skip bed dell to put it together for me. >> i can do it. steve: this comes put together. >> it comes assembled. they deliver, set up and done comes just like this. abby: i need your help. >> i will be there to help you set it up. i have it show you this door. look how strong the door is. best hardware and door. only moving pardon on the shed. 240-pound hanging on the door. these things are built to last. they're so strong. that is why they're called tough sheds. they come multitude of options and coverage. brian: you said shed. >> tough shed. steve: more information, go to steve: we'll be back in a minute
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