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stormy daniels's lawyer in sag harbor, looks like they are having fun. they didn't invite me. is that what objective journalists do on the weekends? shannon bream is up next. shannon: maybe our invite got lost in the mail. we pick it up with a fox news alert. developments tonight from chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge on prompt fire hurricane, secret origins of the fbi investigation targeting the trump campaign she is also tracking, the inspector general report of the fbi hillary clinton email investigation. are these leaks coming from those who know they are about to be in very big trouble? jim jordan fired up about that at the prospect of a vote on an
amnesty bill for dreamers. the freedom caucus in the middle of negotiations tonight. a media frenzy is the president defense calling ms 13 murderers and rapists, quote, animals. how much does context matter here. welcome to fox news at night. new details emerging about the early days of the fbi probe into the trump campaign for alleged russian collusion. 20 leaks tonight as the clock kicks down to a long-awaited inspector general report and how the bureau handled hillary clinton's email pro. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge joins us for look at how it started and where we go from here. >> donald trump welcomed the country into the second year of what he calls the greatest witchhunt in american history adding there is no collusion with rosa, only collusion by democrats. the pres.'s lawyer went further. >> we have to look at whether to challenge the legitimacy of the
investigation. maybe a special counsel never should have been appointed not based on illegal leaks. >> a year to the special counsel probe, new details emerged about its origin in summer of 2016 and the major pivot by the fbi. >> we cannot find the case that would support bringing criminal charges on these facts. >> the fbi launched a counterintelligence investigation codenamed crossfire hurricane involving russian contact with the trump campaign. by august 2016 according to text messages fbi agent peter stzrok went to the us embassy in london and interviewed a key witness. and investigative source confirms details reported by the new york times that the fbi also obtained phone records and other documents using secret national
security subpoenas. sometimes said there was at least one important, trump campaign aides carter paige and george papadopoulos, the president thing and another tweet the obama fbi spied on the trump campaign and said if true, it is bigger than watergate. >> i spoke to him directly about that, seen the reports and if there is any truth to that it should be looked into. >> by august 2016, john brennan briefed james comey, the senate minority leader harry reid on russian election interference. this letter from harry reid became one of the first acknowledgments of the secret russian probe. in october the fbi and justice department obtained the first surveillance warrant from carter paige, opposition research funded by the dnc and clinton campaign, the so-called trump dossier. government watchdog accused the justice department's handling of the clinton email cases in its final stages. with a two week review. and the report to be public soon after. shannon: thank you very much. kevin mentioned washington is on edge over the completion of that
long-awaited inspector general report on the hillary clinton email investigation during the 2016 presidential campaign. break it down with the legal panel. the manual have a professor of law at the university of california berkeley and julian epstein, former chief counsel for democrats on the house judiciary committee. great to have you with us tonight. i want to talk a little bit about this lengthy piece in the new york times to give us more information. we will talk about where they are getting their information, the fbi obtained phone records and other documents involving national security letters, and at least one government informant met several times with mr. page and mr. papadopoulos. what does that say to you? >> the way the government to be surveillance had to be under the foreign intelligence surveillance act. this is usually used to go after foreign intelligence agents for counterintelligence purposes.
what i found surprising about this story that the fbi launched this investigation in summer of 2016 without any evidence that a crime had been committed. they were trying to stop russian intelligence agents from being involved with the trump campaign but the information that is really important is what information to the fbi and justice department used to go to federal courts to get this extraordinary surveillance? the story makes it seem like a fairly thin read. i am surprised the fbi would go on such a limb to get a pfizer -- fisa warrant. shannon: i want to read you something from a former federal prosecutor. the scandal of this whole thing is the fbi, lacking the incriminating evidence needed to justify a committal investigation decided to open a counterintelligence campaign with the blessing of the obama white house, powers that enable
the government to spy on foreign adversaries and use them to spy on americans who happen to be political adversaries. one out open a counterintelligence campaign on that investigation on russia rather than target americans? >> the statement you read involves a lot of exaggerations. here's the basic fact. the fbi opened an investigation after the australian amb. to the united kingdom came to them and said a member of the trump campaign had told him he had advance information about russian leaks against the clinton campaign emails, hacks on the clinton campaign emails and had advance knowledge of the timeline indicates george papadopoulos had advance knowledge the russians were hacking the clinton campaign, dnc emails, had advance knowledge of that, that would have been a crime.
the question -- to answer john's question. you have evidence -- shannon: why didn't they open a committal investigation? >> what is going on, a member of the trump campaign to co-opt him, a classic definition of what counterintelligence investigation involves. what the fbi did was extremely prudent and responsible and by the books. shannon: the foreign adversary rather than counterintelligence investigation. >> you have evidence a us citizen is involved or being co-opted by a foreign spy, it would be both. shannon: could they not in addition in russia? >> counterintelligence investigation looking at russian
operatives and russian operatives and campaign officials. shannon: focused on four people connected to the trump campaign and went to the fisa court for the ability to wiretap, and -- >> they had a court that approved the subpoena and marco rubio said i don't see any political motivation, what the fbi did is buy the book. shannon: there's a lot we don't know about the fisa documents, democrats -- let them disclose. >> two memos from the intelligence committee. >> that is incorrect. shannon: some political opponents may have been involved, political components in the trump campaign for the research but that is not what started the investigation.
what started the investigation -- shannon: did it get you to the fisa warrant? >> it was disclosed political opposition was funded. i don't think it matters that much. shannon: it doesn't matter? >> i have actually signed off on fisa warrants, and to act in good faith in using the broad powers of the foreign intelligence surveillance act in a trustworthy way. i can't believe these two guys, carter paige and george papadopoulos, don't seem like serious characters, if you were going to go after a serious conspiracy, i don't see why the
fbi didn't bring in papadopoulos and carter paige. shannon: we could do an hour with you guys. >> he is a good lawyer and i wish we had more time. shannon: would love to have you guys back. we would love to have you back. paul ryan trying to quite a rebellion, growing number of moderate republicans trying to force a vote on different immigration measures saying time to settle the daca issue. a republican from california leading the charge to force ryan's hands on a measure that would give dreamers a pathway to legal status. >> the 12 your process, this earned 12 your process would put you at the back of the line but somebody who graduated from our schools has been in our
community, followed the executive order under obama should have the opportunity. shannon: nancy pelosi, that is causing gop leaders to sound the alarm, that this could -- jim jordan, a member of the freedom caucus, made a good move today. the farm bill is a huge deal. you don't want to vote on that, something related to immigration and very specific. >> at the start, it is consistent with what the mandate of the 2016 election was about on immigration. it does things in the right order, build the border security wall. all the way down the list and it also says after we do it in that prioritizing fashion, we will
deal with the daca situation. the concern, find to use rules to get something done but they are attempting to accomplish a goal consistent with mandate of the election, not consistent with what we told the american people we were going to do. that is our problem and we linked it to the farm bill because this is an important piece of legislation and we want to get the right thing done. shannon: we will give them a vote on goodlatte so i don't understand the difficulty. >> right now democrats are not voting for the farm bill so this is something we can tie into this debate to accomplish what we told the american people we will accomplish. i like the welfare reform in the farm bill. i also went to get immigration
right. the fact that we have colleagues, good members, well-intentioned pushing something different that is not consistent with the mandate of the election, i would say this. it is pretty simple. what do we tell voters we are going to do? that we are not going to do a daca bill alone which is not what they put together on the discharge petition they are using, we built the border security wall dealing with the visa lottery, that is consistent with what we are supposed to do. heather: congressman steve king, holy how, freedom caucus linking amnesty bill to farm bill. do i need to start an anti-amnesty caucus. >> it is conservative and the legislation we need and what i just described, it has 20
different policy areas was we asked our leadership to vote on that they promised to get that. it is yet to happen and that promise was given months ago. we are trying to make sure it happens. shannon: i went to ask you about these investigations was the mueller team turned over the scope memo that outlines the authority that he was tasked to do demanding he turned it over unredacted. the federal judge has it. you don't have it. >> a letter on april 9th asked rod rosenstein, not going to show it to you, he sent a letter back saying take a hike and the same week they told us that, the judge said he wants to see it. here is the bottom line. the american people have a right to know the entire scope of an investigation into the guy they elected president.
they have a right to know that. the initial scope was one year ago today, may 17th letter and memorandum, rod rosenstein clarified that in some fashion on august 2nd and all we have got to see is a little bit of paul manafort. you in the press need to see it and most importantly the american people need to see it because they elected this president. the part that drives me crazy as rod rosenstein was never elected to anything but time on the ballot every two years, the pres. was elected, this is a separate and equal branch, the united states government, saying we need to see that and other documents they have been making it difficult to get our hands on. that is difficult to do our job and give answers to the american people. shannon: they have given access on a number of things but that is not one of those things. getting that memo rejected. thanks, nice to see you.
gina haspel becomes the first woman to lead the cia despite concerns over enhanced interrogation program shortly after 9/11. haspel was confirmed 54-45. two republican senators, rand paul and jeff flake voted no, six democrats voted yes. fox news has its first female ceo, the only woman in the tv news industry to be leading a major tv news organization. she was named chief executive officer of fox news at foxbusiness network, 22 year veteran of the company recently served as president of programming for fox news channel and foxbusiness network. day wallace was appointed president and executive editor. the pres. still planning to sit down with kim jong un and will his maximum pressure strategy work in the long run? the comments catching some by surprise. gen. jack keane will talk about the north koreans stalling for time and what they might be trying to hide.
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maximum pressure on trade and north korea. is the pres. softening the pressure on beijing and pyongyang and is it part of the automobile? team coverage tonight, allison barber has the latest on the north korean summit. kristin fisher covering trade talks. is one team member be left out of the talks at a foreign-policy moment? >> this feud between navarro and mnuchin is alleged that between steve bowen and steve bannon and ideological dispute is an issue within the white house since the early days of the administration. only now, tensions are playing out in full view of chinese officials at a time when the us and china are sitting down in washington to try to stop a trade war. administration sources said white house trade advisor peter navarro was out of the high-level trade talks between the us and china but 24 hours
later he was back in, the top economic adviser larry kudlow. >> in good standing, smart guy. >> reporter: navarro is a protectionist pushing donald trump to keep his promise of an american first trade strategy. he wants tariffs and he wants the us to get tough on china with trade. that puts him at odds with free trader and treasury secretary steve mnuchin who worry such aggressive tactics could spark a global trade war. >> leading our talks, steve mnuchin will be the team leader. this is a great opportunity for us to move the ball in the right direction. the chinese seem amenable. >> reporter: mnuchin has an upper hand with donald trump tweeting he was open to giving a potential reprieve from sanctions. today mr. trump made clear it wasn't a done deal. >> anything we do with the te is a small component of the overall
deal. it was my administration with my full knowledge that put strong clamps on cte. it wasn't anybody else. it wasn't pres. obama. it wasn't president bush. it was me. shannon: he made clear he is deeply skeptical that a trade deal with china whatever be reached. >> i doubt it. the reason i doubt it is china has become very spoiled. the european union has become very spoiled. other countries have become very spoiled. they always got 100% of whatever they wanted from the united states. >> trade talks will continue tomorrow. this internal friction in the white house economic team could not come at a more critical time for us trade policy. then again, maybe those competing strategies are what the pres. once. shannon: all about the negotiation, thank you very much. the pres. sending a warning to
kim jong un, make a deal or suffer the same fate as qaddafi. allison barber has a report. >> reporter: donald trump in the oval office meeting with nato secretary talking at length about north korea. >> nothing has changed on north korea. >> reporter: the pres. playing it cool in recent comments since north korea threatened to cancel the june summit if the us tries to force, quote, unilateral nuclear abandonment. >> we will see what happens. of the meeting happens it happens. if it doesn't we go on to the next step. we are continuing to negotiate in terms of location. where to meet, how to meet, everything else. they have been negotiating like nothing happens. >> reporter: the president trying to reassure the regime. >> the libyan model isn't the model we have at all when we are thinking of north korea. >> reporter: he offered a security guarantee. >> he is willing to do a lot also and we will have a good
relationship assuming we have the meeting and something comes of it and he will get protections that will be very strong. >> reporter: he offered a warning. >> look at that model with qaddafi, that was a total decimation. we went into beat him. that model will take place if we don't make a deal most likely but if we make a deal i think kim jong un is going to be very happy. >> reporter: the pres. pressuring nato allies like germany to be from defense spending. >> still waiting on 20 member states to meet their nato commitments and spent 2% on defense. germany has not contributed what it should be contributing and it is a big beneficiary far bigger than the united states. >> reporter: donald trump called nato obsolete, a bilateral meeting he called on nato members to increase their defense contributions,
reaffirmed us commitment to defense, praised nato's secretary-general and asked for some in return. >> spending more on defense, allies increasing defense budgets. >> you give me credit for that? >> your leadership has been important and a real impact. >> reporter: donald trump said 7 countries in addition to the us met their nato commitment when it comes to defense spending, the nato summit is set to take place in brussels. shannon: thank you very much. north korea may cancel the june summit because of joint military exercises between the us and south korea, the pentagon insists there is no talk of scaling them back. fox news senior strategic analyst gen. jack keane joins us for analysis. what do you make of this pushback from kim jong un? is he posturing for his domestic audience? is it part of the negotiation? >> it is mostly posturing.
he has advisers around him. the american press, frustrated by all the credit the president has received recently and forcing kim jong un to come to the negotiating table. that is part of it. the routine exercise is not one of the biggest things we do, he is targeting south korea on this. he has always been wanting to take the left of center government and moving further away from the united states closer to north korea. that is also part of the strategy. this summit is going to happen. it could be delayed. i expected to go on schedule. it could be delayed for some other reason. the reason i feel that is our diplomats talking to their diplomats and nothing has stopped him in terms of making progress towards the agenda and what the conditions are going to
be. my judgment tells me it is in our interest to have the summit, considerably in north korea's interest to have the summit. shannon: the white house hinted they will continue maximum pressure, ramp that up again. an opinion piece called maximum pressure on north korea is gone and not coming to back. you can't turn maximum pressure back unless you can persuade south koreans and chinese to do that, nonproliferation official, by the end of last year, time was on our side and what kim is done is no longer is time on our side. >> the pressure campaign is there. i have pretty good sources. before we started blocking ships going into north korea we had taken 88% of revenue. we got above 90. we did some things, classified some stuff over there that we
can't talk about. i'm convinced that pressure is there. plus the threat of military action is credible with this administration. it was not credible with the previous administration and none of that has changed. shannon: lindsey graham says people who are terrified of trump being successful need to realize one of two things, you get a peace agreement or go to war. is that the binary choice? >> i don't think it is quite that. i do have some optimism about breakthrough here. what the north koreans want, they know the pres. has 21/2 years left in his presidency. they want to drag out the dismantling process for several years. they will put that on the table and fight hard for it. we want this done in two years as quickly as we can. they are very interested in sanctions being removed, part of them initially. as discussed in the pres.'s office they want some guarantees about security and what are those guarantees going to be? and some economic issues on the
table. shannon: the pres. said if we make a deal it will be great for the economy. they will be rich. we will see which deal and which path we go down. it is going to be a massive turn around. last night we reported new footage from inside gaza refugee camp that purports to show incitement to violence by the un agency that runs schools and operations in the palestinian refugee camp with the help of millions in us taxpayer dollars. and looking for answers tonight about how much the un knows about this alleged anti-semitism, hatred and threats of violence allegedly happening. here is what he found out. >> the protest going on for two month or so. why is this going on in our
schools. >> make sure it is curricular. strictly observed. and does not preach any antagonism or hatred as part of its curriculum. i don't know about actions of individual teachers. i believe they are looking into this matter now. shannon: if they are we wanted to know about it so we will monitor the story, your taxpayer dollars. something the president said being taken out of context from a white house meeting with california lawmakers. he was responding to a comment about the deadly game ms 13. >> ms 13 gang members don't reach a certain threshold i cannot tell ice about. >> these are animals. we are taking them out of the country at a level that never happens before. >> a lot of folks in the media did not give the whole context. they were claiming he was talking about all immigrants. media buzz's how we kurtz looks at the media mobilization.
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shannon: donald trump's remarks on the violent demonstrating gang taken out of context by several media outlets. did they do it on purpose? and innocent mistake? why haven't so many of them corrected their initial reports? how we kurtz has a story tonight. >> reporter: after donald trump held a meeting on sanctuary cities many news outlets and commentators quickly castigated him for his language about illegal immigrants but his words were wrenched out of context. usa today, trump ramps up rhetoric on undocumented immigrants, these aren't people, these are animals. the ap tweeted trump, anti-century city's event, these are not people, these are animals. washington post, animals, trump evokes ugly history of dehumanization. huffington post, trump reversed immigrants as animals again.
andrea mitchell, trump, people trying to get into the country animals, not people. here's what the pres. said. >> you wouldn't believe how bad these people are. these aren't people. these are animals and we are taking them out of the country at a level, at a rate that has never happened before. >> reporter: here's what some people missed or minimized. the pres. was responding to margaret mims who said she and other officials were in a legal bind dealing with ms 13 gang members. >> if they don't reach a certain threshold i cannot tell ice about. >> reporter: they did not take some commentators from trashing trump who began his campaign by saying some mexican illegal immigrants are rapists and drug dealers. >> referring to people the administration has deported, he said these are not people, they are animals. the pres. of the united states saying these are not people, they are animals.
it is a disgusting way to talk about human beings. >> people attack him for this, he is referring to the criminals, those in games going out and harming others. >> reporter: the president responsible controversy when asked by john roberts. >> i was referring to ms 13 gang's come again. i'm surprised you are asking this question because most people got it right. >> reporter: kellyanne conway said those who rushed to judgment should apologize. the ap removed its tweet saying the headline didn't make it clear trump was speaking about gang members. the pres.'s use of hyperbolic language does leave them subject to misinterpretation but in this case his meaning was quite clear except some journalists who told half the story. >> reporter: here to weigh in, fox news contributor jessica, host of that initial benson and harper, fox news contributor. let's go through a recap of headlines, trump calls unauthorized immigrants animals,
trump calls undocumented immigrants animals. in reference to animals trump evenson ugly history of dehumanization. >> i should admit i was one such liberal who had to reverse themselves, and he said something offensive and better represented, those who have gone with the angle about immigrants, need to correct the record. and you can have a thoughtful discussion about the attitude towards immigrants, illegal immigrants and the information out there, when he moved from ms 13 to a general statement people coming in and taking them out, that is where he gets into
trouble, the asta could -- actual statistics from customs and border control.02% of the document and minors have ever been affiliated with ms 13, less than 10,000 of those gang members, 11 million undocumented. do the math, it is not the threat level he is making it out to be. shannon: there still an issue how he is speaking about illegal immigrants in the country. you watched the interaction a number of times. seem to be he was responding to the sheriff we had on last night. having ms 13 people in custody is not working with federal agents to get them out of the country, he was responding to what she said. all of us in the press, on the release list, we get the transcript of what is said within hours, official transcripts from the white house, and didn't consult the transcript or ran ahead despite the transcript. that is a problem.
everyone in washington who covers the white house got the transcript. >> it is confirmation bias in many cases. most of the press corps detests donald trump and are predisposed to believe the worst about him. when someone puts it out but he said this outrageous thing, most people run with it. it is lazy, it is biased, it feeds into the fake news narrative that is sometimes exploited by this white house and it is not excusable. the associated press should have done the contextual journalism to not make the mistake in the first place but at least they recognize it, remove the faulty tweet and replaced it with one that was better and i commend jessica for doing the same thing. other news organizations have not made the connection or had left-leaning and liberal politicians who joined the pile on as if the president was
calling all illegal immigrants animals, when you look at the full context, very clearly was referring in this case to ms 13 members. shannon: i want you to respond to something, john harwood, reporter for cnbc tweeted this, however repugnant their actions, ms 13 gang members are human beings. that is after the context came to light. a response to that? >> i saw that a lot, the use of the dehumanizing language that was used in world war ii with hitler so i understand people's comfort with using that terminology. i also thought sarah sanders did a wonderful job on the podium defending the president and his interaction with the media saying i don't think it went far enough. i don't like that language but i take the point, the historical
context. shannon: final word to you. >> i prefer not to see or use the humanizing context, when we are talking ms 13 which raped and killed and terrorizes people or isis or neo-nazis like the person who killed that innocent woman in charlottesville, if we're going to use animals or monsters to describe those people you won't get much of an argument from me. >> let me add something in terms of the long-term use of that, talking about people like the central park 5 exonerated for their crime, the dna evidence -- shannon: another panel. >> a history of using the term animals. people shouldn't do it. you don't know the context of everything. >> the video was out, the transcript is out so we have a responsibility as journalists to do this and do it well. thank you both. and important story about a hero under the radar. trace reports on an illinois school where there could have
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>> reporter: and 60, illinois, hometown of ronald reagan, matthew milby walking to school at 8:00 with a semi automatic rifle moving towards the gymnasium where seniors gathered for graduation rehearsal. as he walked the halls he opened fire. school resource officer mark dallas pulled his weapon and confronted the shooter. the suspect turned and ran, officer dallas gave chase, they exchanged gunfire. police say the suspect was struck at least one time that his injuries are not life-threatening. the only indication is the response to officer dallas was textbook perfect. >> i cannot be more proud of the police officers, the way you responded to the situation, saturating the school, we confronted the suspect head on. because of his heroic action countless lives were saved was we are indebted to him for his
service and bravery. >> reporter: police officers who arrived on scene said the school's response was by the book, students and staff barricaded doors to classrooms with desks, bookcases and other objects. exactly how they were taught during the training drill. the 19-year-old got the rifle from his mother about it in 2012. she is not sure how she got hold of the weapon but she takes full responsibility. she went on to say her son was bullied by classmates but she never anticipated he would react in this fashion. >> my kid is laying up in the hospital shot. thank god they didn't kill him. thank god he didn't kill anybody else. i'm wondering in my mind, rather than him being so sad because of being "outnumbered" or feeling ostracized, we have been drawing our son closer. >> reporter: the praise of the school resource officer comes three month after the school
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shannon: time for your real news roundup, richards ending her tenure as planned parenthood's president in january receiving a human rights award from the leadership conference on human rights, they called her a nationally respected leader on reproductive rights. twitter lighting up over rumors cable networks recording stormy daniels's attorney and former white house communications director anthony scaramucci, one critic saying that is what they play on tv in hell. a response that he has no interest in tv. you may have heard about his ongoing social media debate, some people here ianni for some people here laurel. the white house decided to weigh in. >> clearly you're getting your information from cnn because that is fake news is all i hear is ianni. >> i hear covfefe.
>> leaving her va appointment in texas, he noticed mike in the parking lot where in world war ii. he escorted him to his car and found out he was stationed in germany during the war and a $4000 in medical bills and was worried how to pay it so he set up ago fund me page in less then a day, raised $12,000, said you should never miss a chance to thank a veteran. we couldn't agree more. we always love hearing from you about heroes doing good things about this and we love to end our show with them. we wants to hear from you, tweet us at fox news night@shannon bream, stories you have heard, good guys and good gals who are making a difference and making a