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abortioboars on safari. you don't mess with them. zoey looked nice. have a nice monday and beware of the pigs. we will see you later u. >> fox news learning of a possibility end date to robert mueller's russia investigation which just ended its second year. >> we have nothing to show for it we have wasted taxpayer dollars and time. we have no collusion no, obstruction. >> stepping up the justice department. investigating whether an informant was operating for possible political purposes. >> if any of that is true that's a red line in this country, you can't do this to political campaigns. >> president trump is hosting a dinner with governors at the white house. the group is expected to talk about border security on ways to keep communities safe. >> if he promised it on the campaign trail and elected on it, this needs to get done. >> i went for long walks in
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the woods and chardonnay i practiced yoga and breathing. no, i'm not over. if. >> nascar. first time visit you had the white house under the trump administration. ♪ ♪ ♪ that, that na na na na, this y town. steve: live from studio f in our town it is "fox & friends" with our friend abby huntsman who is in for hence ainsley who is traveling back from the royal wedding. abby: i'm still here on the couch. live here now. i have a cot over there. steve: is that what that was over there? abby: what a 24 hours it's been since i was on this couch yesterday morning,
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flight. steve: you missed a little you have missed a lot. brian: the president has had it. "new york times" burred it in a very long story the fbi did put somebody in to infiltrate the trump campaign to try in my words to try to bring out any type of russia connection. first it was to carter page. then it was to papadopoulos. now we know the cambridge professor's name. we probably won't use it. not that everyone doesn't know it. we know that he has links and the other problems with spying on other campaigns. but it looks as though we are starting to see the genesis of an investigation that maybe should have never taken place. abby: now the president is saying i call on the doj to investigate the fbi for infiltration. here is what he tweeted out yesterday i hereby demand and will officially do so tomorrow, which is today, the department of justice look into whether or not the doj surveilled the trump
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campaign for political purposes. and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the obama administration. this all leading up to days before the election. so have you got this guy, michael horowitz look into whether or not the fbi did something inappropriate. i saw mark meadows on twitter say look, the department of justice cannot investigate itself. in fact, when you think about it, the inspector general has no subpoena power. he will not be able to call in anybody who has left the government. can't call in comey, talk to comey or mccabe or lynch. brian: he can call them. they don't have to come. steve: he has no subpoena power. it's toothless. i got a note from somebody who used to work at the department of justice saying this is sham. nonetheless congressman devin nunes who sundayed like wanted to go to the department of justice on friday to get some documents. they were not going to hand them over. he said if these stories are
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true and there was an fbi informant who paid $3,000 to papadopoulos to get close to the campaign, that would be crossing a red line. that would be really bad. >> if they ran a spy ring or an informant ring and they were paying people within the trump campaign, any of that is true, that is an absolute red line. there is not an honest person in this country who can believe that taxpayer dollars going to fund this ring and operate like, this like what's said in the "new york times," you can't do this to political campaigns. this was done -- i mean, according to them, this was done in the spring. i mean, before the counter intelligence investigation was even open. if that's true, we need to know about it. brian: by the way, it looks as though they at being cooperative. many people might be cynical. deputy attorney general rod
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rosenstein when he read that tweet he said if anyone did infiltrate or surveil participants in presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes we need to know about it and take appropriate action. that's what rod rosenstein looks like. jonathan swan speculates on axios read between the lines. the president would not be unhappy in jeff sessions or rod rosenstein resigned because of this. he feels as though he is right. if they can't do a good job and feel they are breaching lines of protocol then leave. abby: when the spy was set out to look out on aids of the trump campaign there is a difference in gathering intel and hard evidence that could ultimately lead to investigation and straight on opposition research. because you simply don't like a person. that's when we are seeing more and more it's leaning toward. brian: hillary clinton wants get oppo research, game on. internationally, guess what she had as a job for four years.
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international relations. guess what you want to show she wasn't good at that job. guess who knows it the people who interacted with her. that's totally logical. this papadopoulos and carter page, this is unbelievable. with paptiond getting paid what steve referred to, it was. this this cambridge professor says hey a lot about energy in the mediterranean i would like to pay you $3,000 to write a paper on that. and i would like you to come to london and i will pay all your expenses at which time they have lunch and they probe whether or not what he knows about clinton emails or russia hacking. he has nothing. a frustrated 73-year-old professor with a history of bying on campaigns strikes out. the same thing with carter page, shows up. talking to carter page. never talks about carter page and what he is up to and what he is looking for. these two satellite people hot president probably couldn't pick thought a lineup isolated are now being targeted by this professor. steve: hats off to the daily
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caller. they had the guy's name out there three weeks ago. the story has been out there. this is why it's so substantial. we were told and it blows up the entire official narrative that we have heard from the department of justice that is we were told that it all started with that drunken meeting with the australian diplomat with george papadopoulos in that bar in london. if this time line is true, this investigation started way before that. so, that lends the question can you really trust the department of justice, the people who are dolling out these facts because so far this explodes their time line and they don't like it. the other thing about this is if you think about it, why would the president of the united states have to ask the attorney general and the department of justice to do their job? if they knew that somebody was trying to infiltrate a campaign to impact a presidential election, the attorney general should have done something about that a long time ago, but, of course, he is currently
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refused and awol. abby: by the way the president can declassify this information asked by gowdy and nunes. he has the power to do it. it will be interesting to see in the next days and weeks if he ultimately does that if we don't get the information. steve: the house republicans asked for it last week. they want the fisa information and scope memo. they want to know what the scope of the investigation was. so that would tell them all about it and that would open up the time line once again. when did you start. brian: add this. alexander downer, i know you know this, wrote a 25-million-dollar check to his foundation who just happened to be talking to papadopoulos and they had a few glasses of wine in london. and when this all spurred on a conversation with a malta professor. this is insane to think that we are going to drill down to that point to investigate a republican candidate, a malta professor, a conversation with an ambassador. a 73-year-old cambridge
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professor leads back to donald trump going together with the russians. receive steve but then apparently one of the other stories regarding this professor is that he said to papadopoulos now, tell mee about the email. tell me about -- so what do you know about the russian email? and he goes i don't know anything about the russian -- abby: hillary clinton was at yale university yesterday still talking about. brian: pathetic. abby: the election. >> a russian hat. if you can't beat them, join them. [laughter] i am thrilled for all of you, even the three of you who live in michigan and didn't request your absentee ballots in time. no, i'm not over it. [laughter] i still think about the 2016 election. i still regret the mistakes i made. i still think, though, that understanding what happened in such a weird and wild
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election in american history will help us defend our democracy in the future. abby: so then she puts on a russian hat that says if you can't beat them, you join them. steve: she said as a person i'm okay. as an person i'm concerned. ther -- as an american i'mconce. like some crazy hat and she was fog through on that. the headline there, she is not over it. abby: not over it what happened, brian? brian: let's go through that again. she sold a lot of books. that's the good part, jillian. jillian: i guess. so first time i heard her say mistakes i made. brian: but they robbed me. jillian: headlines we're following right now texas governor greg abbott calling for a statewide moment of silence today to honor the 10 victims of the santa fe high school shooting. the first of those victims laid to rest.
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sebika sheikh exchange student from pakistan. her host family remembering her. >> had no idea what god was going to send us. but he sent us one of the most precious gifts that i have ever had in my life. >> she loved us. she was the most amazing person i have ever met. >> meantime, new video surfacing of the shooter dancing at his family's church just days before the massacre. we are also learning really disturbing details that he cheered as he carried out that rampage. we expect to learn more at a press conference later today. a father accused of intentionally slamming his jeep into a restaurant killing his own daughter and daughter-in-law is due in court today. restaurant staff say roger self had his family seated and went out and crashed into the building in north carolina west of charlotte. the family had just you will local sheriff's deputy.
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mike pompeo was set to lay out plan b for iran. reimposing sanctions and comes almost two weeks after president trump withdrew from the iran deal. former president george h.w. bush arriving in maine for the summer for the first time in 73 years though without his wife by his side. dozens of well wishers greeting bush on the way to the family vacation home in kennebunkport cheering and waving american flags. the 41st president was hospitalized last month in houston for a blood infection, the day after his wife's barbara's funeral. as you remember, after that he said i want to go to maine this summer. brian: the cast of hamilton last week came and performed for him, the whole cast? how unbelievable is that? steve: i think the people of maine were as happy to see him a as he was to see them. brian: more details emerge on the fbi on the trump campaign.
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where was president obama when all of this was happening? james freeman of the "wall street journal" here live. that looks exactly like him. steve: it does. the billboard music awards takes up gun control. >> i'm so sick of moments of silence it's not working. why don't we do moment of action. moment of change. steve: there is more coming up.ef -day, all-night protection. can you imagine 24 hours without heartburn? wgreat tasting, heart-healthys the california walnuts.ever? so simple, so good. get the recipes at walnuts.org.
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brian: grump demanding answers reports the fbi infiltrated his campaign cambridge professor at the request of the previous administration or at least their intelligence operation. and now the "wall street journal" asking an op-ed where in the world was president obama during all of this adding that he has been largely absent from all this drama, the spying drama. james freeman the assistant editor for the "wall street journal" editorial page, fox news contributor joins us now. james, what do you think? what prompted you to write about this? >> interesting the man in charge has remained strangely absent from this story as it's rolled along. obviously this is typical where a former president gets off stage and doesn't comment too much. but this is an issue that really goes to the core of our democracy and now as we learn more about the obama administration surveillance of a u.s. political campaign, the natural question is what did obama have to do with it, the man
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that was in charge? brian: we have these reports been confirmed, even the "new york times," says that they have this -- they have activated this american in london to try to get the most out of carter page and papadopoulos. is it possible that brennan and comey don't know this? no, they know this. is it possible that they don't tell the president? >> yeah. don't call it spying. we are supposed to call it an informant, but not spying. but this is the big question. you go back to summer 2016, spring 2016, was it earlier? we need to know. when did this all begin? and wouldn't it naturally be a presidential level decision to begin spying on a u.s. political campaign? you would think. so now, maybe it wasn't. maybe it was clapper or comey and/or comey deciding on their own to do this. it seems to me that president obama might want to weigh in at this point and say i didn't authorize that. i don't know why they went
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forward with it. or, maybe, was there a moment where he learned about it while in office and he said what the hell are you doing spying on a u.s. political campaign? brian: which would have been great and there might have been some record of this. i think it's worth noting on january 5th they had a meeting where everyone was briefed on the dossier january 20th season rice feverishly went down and documented the february 5th date of when everyone knew about the dossier and what the trump campaign might have been up. to say in september we know the president saw vladimir putin and said hey, knock it off. wasn't effective. he didn't. we don't know what happened prior to. that is it conceivable that john brennan his former national security advisor wouldn't feel as though the president should know that? ronald reagan had the reputation of somebody who was detached. remember? he let his people go run wild. he was known as a figure head. we know that wasn't true but that was the reputation. barack obama never had that reputation. >> we saw in the strzok-texts this comment
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that the president want to know everything we are doing. not entirely clear what they were referring. to say certainly gave out impression of someone who was more of a hands on manager but maybe not. maybe this really is unelected government run amuck. and i would think we want to hear from him his opinion of that was there a moment where he found out they had gone too far and he addressed it or did he learn about it and just accept it? brian: james, lastly, we have 10 seconds left but he gets briefed every day in the intelligence report. this would have to come up. >> you would think. if this is not a presidential level decision, i don't know what is. brian: james freeman writes more about it in the "wall street journal." thanks so much. appreciate it. great to see you. >> thanks. brian: we move ahead. the white house is about to ban planned parenthood from using tax dollars to ban abortion. this one is personal for dr. nicole saphier. she shared her story right here on "fox & friends." that story is next and she is sharing the response she has been getting.
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and volcanic glass particles into the air. the gas mixture can irritate eyes and lungs and skin and keep touristing from going to that island. abby: the white house set to reagan era rule bans clinics like planned parenthood from using tax dollars to fund abortion. this is a familiar face on this show dr. nicole saphier. she shared her personal story with us yesterday on the show and here is what she told under the circumstances. >> as a senior in high school, i found myself amongst the unpopular statistic of being pregnant. my decision to go forward with my pregnancy can't be marginalized to political or religious rhetoric. it was just my journey. abby: that story inspiring some of you and dr. saphier is back with us. we could not not bring you back this morning after listening to you yesterday. >> i'm very happy to be here.
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abby: just for people who weren't watching yesterday. you got pregnant and had the baby six weeks before you graduated high school. wasn't something you had planned on. >> that's right. abby: it changed you forever. >> of course it did. my decision was my own decision and it would vary for any woman making that same decision. it was a choice that i made. and, you know, i had people around me saying you couldn't do it or your life wasn't going to be the same. or you are the only person that can change and this prove them all wrong and so we did. abby: now is he a shining light in your life. is he graduating high school soon. is he not a little boy anymore. >> going down to ole miss the end of the summer. very excited. abby: you have a beautiful family. love to have you on the show. >> than thank you. abby: people inspired by it. duane on twitter said i didn't know your story i really admire and appreciate you for sharing. i agree with you, don't blame life for the challenges it gives you build character with the way you choose to handle your challenges. you are truly an example and inspiration. thanks again for sharing. this one from cathy says thank you for speaking out for life. i volunteer for a young
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mom's group through a local pregnancy center and see potential in all our single moms. finally john on twitter said i watched and cheered. you are a great example who finds themselves with dave decision to make. if your story helps just one girl decide to have her baby, it will be worth it. what is your response? >> those are overwhelming and wonderful to hear. you know, i don't necessarily think of myself as an inspirational story. i do know that making hard decisions in life and overcoming obstacles really can motivate people. i too hope if one person is just motivated to get up in the morning because of something i have said, then it's a win for me. abby: we are talking about this at the same time that the trump administration is wanting to resurrect the ronald reagan era policy with planned parenthood or just not sending money to clinics that tell women to get abortions or to send them places to get abortions. you say you think it's a good idea. >> it's mixed feelings in the sense that i think it's an okay idea because i think planned parenthood did this to themselves.
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they really muddied the water. they do provide essential health services, cancer screenings, std treatments, vaccinations. they also provide controversial abortions under the same roof. they shouldn't have done that they shouldn't be spending all of these tens of millions of dollars lobbying. spending that money to separate the services so they are not taking away essential health services just because the trump administration is threatening to support religious freedom and not having taxpayers fund abortions. they should be separating these indigits. abby: you might have had a college in high school but have you an m.d. in front of your name? >> behind my name. abby: no one can't tell you you can't make the most of your life. >> exactly. you are in charge of your life. abby: important debate. they don't want their taxpayer money to go to fund abortions. planned parenthood is saying this is taking away choice for women. >> that's not right. they shouldn't be doing that they should have separated these services lock ago. abby: we will leave it right there. nicole saphier with an m.d.
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at the end of your name. we love your family as well. >> thank you. abby: former cia director john brennan now firing a warning shot at g.o.p. leaders after president trump orders an investigation into whether the fbi infiltrated his campaign. dan bongino says it is brennan who has destroyed the faith in the intelligence community. he is here. he is fired up. and that means something if you know dan bongino. he's up next. and a former mayor of new orleans now being awarded with tearing down history. that story is coming up. stick with us on a monday morning. ♪ ♪ you're out of touch ♪ i'm out of time ♪ time ♪ but i'm out out of my head when you're not around. and this is the chevy equinox, perfect for when you two have your first kid. give me some time... okay. this is the traverse... for when you have your five kids, two dogs and one cat. whoa! five? uhhh...
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♪ ♪ steve: speaking of bad blood, there seems to be a little bad blood between this administration and the last one. let's bring in dan bongino, former new york city police officer, former secret service guy, host of the dan bongino show. ihe is nra contributor and somehow able to squeeze us into part of his day. abby: good morning, dan. >> good morning, how are you doing today? steve: good. speaking of bad blood, john brennan sent out anonymous tweet yesterday after it was announced that whether or not the department of justice would look into the obama administration would do anything inappropriate. it says this senator mcconnell and speaker ryan, if mr. trump continues along this disaster russ path, you will bear major responsibility for the harm done to our democracy. do you a great disservice to our nation and the republican party if you continue to enable mr. trump's self-serving action. so the question to you, dan
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bongino, why is john brennan talking like that? >> john brennan is panicking, steve. john brennan has disgraced himself. he has disgraced the country and intelligence community. is he a one man largely responsible for the destruction of american's faith in the intelligence community and in some people at the top of the fbi. steve, breen than started this entire debacle with trump. we know brennan had detailed knowledge of the does yea. i will walk you through this real slow. he had knowledge of the dossier. he denies knowledge of the dossier. he briefed gang of 8 on the hill about the dossier. which they then used to demand the fbi start an investigation on trump. it is that simple. this guy is the genesis of this whole debacle. steve: who told him to do it? who told him to start it? >> we think, beared on some of my investigation and for the book we are putting together on this he just
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didn't like donald trump. got information through people involved with british intelligence. they were basically using unofficial channels, steve, to launder information like you would launder money because if they put it through official channels, something would have happened do you know what one thing is they would have had to verify the information before they used it they didn't want to because this was a political hit job. this was not an intelligence investigation. brian: i notice ben rhodes has gone silent. people questioned a year ago have seem to gone quiet. john brennan sounds like a $3 pundit, just somebody ranting and raving as if we are getting closer and closer to hitting a nerve. who were the people that wool know with clapper be or president obama be one to know this was going on? >> i believe john carlin at doj, jim clapper. i believe loretta lynch had
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detailed knowledge of course comey knew what was going on in this. there was a very small working group of people involved in this political hit job on donald trump. at this point here's the problem, brian, the reason brennan is panicking and a lot of others have gone silent, they are not just worried about reputational harm. brennan has disgraced himself. he knows history is not kind to him. they are worried about staying out of jail there were criminal leaks here. felonious criminal leaks of information someone was responsible. abby: we may just be scratching the surface at this point. do you remember that oakland mayor libby schaaf? remember back in february she warned people in her area, illegals about an ice raid coming and do what you need to do to protect yourself? he mentioned her in the round table when he had mayors and law enforcement talking about sanctuary cities in california. spoke about this mayor. responding to the president couple days ago in "the
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washington post" in the op-ed. he said, mr. president, i'm not obstructing justice. i'm seeking it i wanted to make people were prepared not panicked and understood their legal rights. as mayor it's my duty to protect my residents. it's my duty to call this administration anti-immigrant fear mongering for what it is, a racist lie. she is saying it's my duty, dan, to protect illegal immigrants. >immigrants. brian: over citizens. >> shame on me i thought her duty was to protect illegal residentiwill -- legal residentf her county and the citizens to finance her job and government. call me crazy. i thought that was job one one for her. apparently not. another one that should have some legal concerns here too. i believe she should be investigated for obstructing justice here. what about those ice agents who showed up at doors to deport people illegally in the country, lawmaker law breaky
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the way. this is serious stuff. this isn't a joke. maybe she should think about that the next time she warns people in the country illegally about law enforcement officers coming to interview them or potentially bring them into the justifiable system. brian: look hot governor is the governor made a sanctuary state. she is saying i'm answering my superior. >> moon beam has a reputation, moon beam brown of making it up as he goes along. this is interesting. is he another one that swore to uphold the rule of law and ignored it obsessed with donald trump and catering to left wing base. steve: people of california could vote them out but we haven't seen it so far. abby: good to see you so fired up on this monday. steve: 22 minutes before the top of the hour. jillian has news for you. jillian: that's right. good monday morning to you guys and to you at home as well. the leader of isis on a chilling new mission, brainwashing school children. one of abu bakr abu daddy
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the leader discussed that strategy in syria. multiple reports claiming the leader is dead or severely wounded since he was last seen in 2014. but u.s. officials believe he is still alive. a former mayor of new orleans awarded with tearing down history. mitch landrieu given the jfk profile in courage award after taking down statues of robert e. lee, jefferson davis and twoers o. he went ahead with the move despite legal challenges and arguments that confederacy is an important part of new orleans heritage. a mother turning her 14-year-old son in from stealing from a bland man. the boy posed as a cop and pretended to help the man before snatching his wallet inside a new york city subway. the victim's credit card was quickly charged 500 bucks at nearby store. the teen arrested but has since been turned over to his family. pop star kelly clarkson calling for gun control at the billboard music awards. the host says she was instructed to hold a moment of silence for the victims
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of the santa fe school shooting but she refused. >> i'm so sick of moment of silence. it's not working. why don't we do moment of action? why don't we do moment of change? why don't we change what's happening? because it's horrible. we need to do better. people are failing our children. we are failing our communities. we are failing their families. jillian: later in the show parkland shooting survivors joining menendez. steve: got a little political. abby: i didn't know that show was on. i'm so out of the loop these days. brian: if you get a billboard award. steve: they need a billboard to announce there are billboard awards. janice, it's so rainy. abby: the sun came out briefly yesterday. janice: we will have sunshine this week as well. did you see my horse this weekend? justify did it again. see you at the belmont.
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not really my horse. 58 in chicago. i wish it was my horse. rain in the forecast across the mississippi river valley. ohio valley, parts of the southeast. so the eastern third of the country still going to be unsettled but look at the northeast. we're going to dry out here for the next couple of days. a nice 77 here in new york city. it's going to be sort of warm and humid across houston and the gulf coast, 78 in kansas city. see more rain across the rockies and potential for flooding, flood advisories for not only the rockies but the mid-atlantic and the northeast. look at that forecast, abby, brian, and steve. abby: beautiful. janice: there is the sun. viola. steve: after high 69. up to the 80's by the edged of the week. abby: i'm rooting for your horse. you are the good luck charm. janice: belmont in two weeks. hats are going to be out. gid up. abby: we have big two hours on the show. brian: alan dershowitz straight on the debate.
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before making a run for it police officers came to the rescue of a man being trailed by a pig. >> he was walking home from the train station in elyria and a paying started follow him. brian: the man called 911 for help what else can he do? police felt the caller must have been drunk but he was completely sober. zoey the name for every pig, the pig was back and returned to her owner. abby: glad all is well now. thank you, brian. the media has been sounding the alarm for months now for the impending trade war u.s. and china. >> concern is grow ago war of words between the u.s. and china whether it could escalate to a full blown trade war. >> threat of a trade war those who back president trump. >> tit-for-tat teetering on a trade war. >> trade war battle rattling on wall street today. >> will this spark a trade
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war? steve: meanwhile, secretary of the treasury, steve mnuchin confirmed yesterday that the trade war is on hold the two nations have reached a ten tiff deal to cut trade deficits. just no number at this point. brian: steve mnuchin disaster on trade: he should not be leading this trade negotiation. is he caving like a cheap suit. >> is that your opinion? brian: absolutely. brian: he left his trade team and left america out to dry. >> may i give you the other side of the coin. the more rationale side of the coin. brian: i'm talking about the real side. >> okay. let me give u. the other side. anyway. this is not now and never was a trade war. much as the left would have loved to have seen it become a trade war because they hate trump and they want to make him look bad. it's not a trade war long term negotiation where their government and our government are trying to work out a new and balanced trade relationship. the most important trade
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relationship in the world. china and the united states. and now, we have got a truce. wait a second. what we are. brian: truce works for them. >> wait a second. we are saying we will put these tariffs, which we have proposed, we will put them on hold. steve: right. >> mean guys, you are committed to buying more from us. brian: wow. soybeans? thanks. >> do you want some sort of dramatic. brian: i want intellectual property theft to stop and he doesn't know what he is doing. >> wait a minute. brian: lighthizer, not the treasury secretary with no international trade experience. >> all you are doing is pointing out there is a difference of opinion within the united states trade delegates. >> one doesn't know what he is doing the other one do. >> we have a truce working to our favor. brian: china is saying. >> how do you say that? brian: buy more of our stuff we already made in the short-term. in the meantime they steal electronic international goods. this is a chance to take them on and the president is being let down. abby: does the president
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need to do more? >> wait a second, how do you know that the theft of intellectual property, the issue, will not come up more in the future? it will brain brian this is the time. >> how do you know technology transfers from to us them won't come up in the future? of course it will come up in the future. don't expect an immediate end to this. we have a truce. celebrate. your 401(k) as of this morning will be worth a whole lot more. brian: short-term. i'm thinking long term. the long term is tree balance our countries. steve: stuart there, never was a trade war it was all negotiation. >> exactly. abby: classic art of deal. >> a truce. you should be happy. brian: happy for a week and chance to rebalance. this is the president's hallmark event and mnuchin is blowing it. >> wait a minute. these trade trafers are being delayed until we don't know when. probably until after june the 12th when our president meets kim jong un. and we need china's support for those negotiations there are lots of moving parts here, brian.
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you don't suddenly come to an ax falling. steve: this is his negotiation. brian: listen to lighthizer not mnuchin. steve: i don't think brian likes that guy. abby: i don't know if you are ready for this. brian: is he out of his league. >> ambushed is that the name of this show? ambushed. brian: who would you rather have your daughter date ms-13 gang member or a republican? i will give you the answer as a stands up and police officer shouts him down. abby: men and women of a task force working to bring every fallen u.s. soldier down. is he joining us with a special look of that incredible story coming up next. ♪ my brothers and my sisters ♪ i will proudly take a stand
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♪ steve: documentary until they are home filmmaker steven barbour follows the men and women of the joint mia accounting command j pack task force to recovering the remains of fallen u.s. soldiers. joining us now with insight task force and its mission filmmaker steven barbour. >> what an honor. what a pleasure. steve: tell us about until they are home. where did you get this idea. >> i was working with a 98-year-old veteran who just passed away leon cooper. he was a commanders in the battle. because of his vision and passion we went out and did a movie with kelsey grammer. we were able to get congressional legislation passed. steve: look at what is going on here tell us about that. >> what you are looking at here is basically repatation
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we found a mass grave. so far over60 sets of remains were able to come home. mr. cooper, who just unfortunately passed away at 98, four months ago, he was the last world war ii veteran in the fight. steve: the fight was terrible. and 500 men were left behind. their bodies. and so this is all about trying to bring them home ultimately which as we come up on memorial day, this is what we are all thinking about you never leave a man behind. >> never leave a man behind. i met steve mnuchin and thomas. they took to us president trump to do a white house screening. we want to bring wounded warriors and families of the mias to the white house to do a screening. there is nothing more important than bringing home our fallen. 88,000 missing from world war ii. let me repeat that. 88,000. steve: we have stats on the big screen. the number of americans missing in action is
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unbelievable. world war ii. 72,000 korea 7,000, vietnam 1500. the cold war, 126. >> out of those about 40,000 are recoverable. we know there are 500 folks left on tar with a wa. we have had 21 funerals. there is no limitation no. statute of limitations on death. when people say why should we bring these people home they are dead. it's not about that. the generations that have been waiting for these people to come home for seven decades. when you go to a funeral and watch somebody cry that has been waiting 72 years. steve: sure. >> i have no words. steve: it's a great documentary. if people would like to watch until they're home. it's on netflix. >> it's on hulu, snag films. crackle. when people get a chance and go to vanilla fire.com.
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abby: president calling on the doj to investigate the fbi for infiltration. >> if any of that is true, that's a red line in this country. you can't do this to a political campaign. brian: the "wall street journal" asking in a op-ed where in the world was president obama during all of this. >> interesting that the man in charge has remains strangely absent from this story. >> mike pompeo is set to lay out a plan b for countering iran. the comprehensive strategy involved reimposing sanctions. steve: the billboard music awards takes up gun control. >> i'm so sick of moment of silence. it's not working. why don't we do moment of action? why don't we do moment of change? why don't we change has he
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happening? abby: hillary clinton is out and about. she was at yale university yesterday still talking about. brian: pathetic. abby: the election. >> i went for long walks in the woods. i had my fair share of chardonnay. i practiced yoga and alternate nostril breathing. no, i'm not over it ♪ ♪ oh, baby, here i am, signed, sealed, delivered, i'm yours. brian: stevey wonder is coming out with a new album. that's an old one, that's a classic. coming out with a brand new album. abby: how old is stevie wonder? steve: got to be you were 60's, maybe. brian: i would think 60's or 70's. abby: what a career he has had. brian: he has been famous so long. the problem with getting famous early people get sick of you. but not stevie wonder. abby: great song to lead into this morning signed, sealed, delivered. if you were following
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twitter yesterday, president trump is doubling down. pushing back on the doj saying you now need to investigate the fbi for infiltration. here is what he tweeted. he said i hereby demand and will do so tomorrow, which is today, that the department of justice look into whether or not the fbi, doj infiltrated or surveilled the trump campaign for political purposes. if any such demands or requests were made by people within the obama administration. steve: that's right. and then a number of hours after that, rod rosenstein, who is the deputy attorney general, he, at the department of justice, decided that what they would do is the department of justice will investigate the department of justice. and, in fact, the inspector general michael horowitz will then be put in charge of figuring out whether anything inappropriate was done by the fbi and did they, indeed, spy on the trump campaign back mid 2016, maybe early 2016. brian: in case you are
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getting confused, join the club. i take a day off to do a shoot on friday, the whole world changes it took me a day to catch up. i understanding you guys have 20 million things going on it's hard to catch up. steve: it's our job to make it simple. brian: here is the take away. when president trump is -- what concerns president trump is that while he is running for office, somebody out there in the fbi thought it was imperative enough to hire a 73-year-old cambridge professor who has been charged with spying before for political campaigns, back in the 1980s, was mobilized to catch up with carter page and papadopoulos, to probe them to see what they knew. there is not one person on the planet who thinks they played a major role with the trump campaign. the question is, how did these two people get starting targeted? >> why did papadopoulos get $3,000 to meet up with this professor because he has an expertise in energy in the
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mediterranean? and then he probed him at lunch. carter page, he went to a seminar he was given at which time he asked questions about the trump campaign. this is in the spring. what prompted that? and then you find out about this drunk conversation in london you kept hearing about. with the ambassador from australia happens to be talking to papadopoulos. after a few glasses of wine he mentions that there is hillary clinton emails -- russian emails coming forward. well, this ambassador from australia might be a great guy. but we also know that he has -- wrote a 20-million-dollar check to the clinton foundation. why was this happening? if you are president trump, why wouldn't you be like a caged lion? steve: ultimately,. brian: brian while you are running for president. the fbi has been mobilized against you. steve: when you start to put all these pieces together and some congressional republican investigators have started to do that, is they realized that, wait, things were happening way before the official announcement of the start of the investigation.
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and was this to try to simply, you know, get a feeler into the campaign so that then the fbi or the cia or whoever it was could say, look, we got somebody on the inside who just said this. rod rosenstein, as the deputy attorney general yesterday, after the president sent out this tweet, sent out this message. abby: he said if anyone did infiltrate or surveil participants in the presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes, we need to know about it and take appropriate action. this reminds me of newton's third law of political politics. right? this boomer rank effect what everything was thinking what's going to happen with president trump. is he going to be in trouble with campaign administration will be if n. trouble. what we will see with the "new york times" piece that came out last week. the early days of this campaign this could ultimately turn and be terrible on the fbi at the end of this thing. steve: the fbi looks terrible right now. we should point out as well, rudy giuliani made news yesterday, he announced that
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apparently he has been in contact with the mueller team. and they said if the president sits down and does an interview, maybe around the fourth of july, they should be able to wrap this up. abby: by september 1st. abby: they also said, this is according to giuliani, they want to speak personally with thin informant, this spy that came on early in the campaign. the spy could ultimately tell anything the spy wants. they want to make sure that it makes sense from what they remember. brian: choosing not to say his name. if you read the "wall street journal" and "new york post." steve: classified. brian: right. okay. good luck with that it's out. and it was indicated on a "new york times" article. they buried that part of the story. right in the middle of it like a 4,000 word story. but i will just add one more layer to this. they are -- they thought they could do this and pull this off. and they never thought that they were dealing with the president. he is somebody that takes on every fight. and a lot of times it works against him. whether it's rosie o'donnell or whether it's -- or
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whether it's kim jong un. in this fight, he feels like he is being unjustly targeted. they thought he was going to sit back and let lawyers fight. he is like a caged lion. he knows he has been wrongly accused. abby: and that the evidence was used was more like opposition research than digging up real intel. steve: here is the thing. we were never supposed to get this far. hillary clinton was going to win the election thruvment would never be an investigation. now suddenly the investigators are investigating the investigators. abby: remember, the early early days of this were under former president barack obama. steve: absolutely. abby: you talked to james freeman from the "wall street journal." he says former president obama may want to weigh in on all of this soon. here is what he told us. >> wouldn't it naturally be presidential level decision to begin spying on the u.s. political campaign? you would think. so now, maybe it wasn't. maybe it was clapper or comey and/or comey deciding on their own to do. this well, it seems to me that president obama might want to weigh in at this point and say i didn't
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authorize that. i don't know why they went forward with it. or maybe was there a moment where he learned about it while in office and he said what the hell are you doing spying on a u.s. political campaign? brian: he doesn't have that reputation of a guy that has had his hands off the wheel at any point. they used to have their reputation with president reagan and was wrong if you need read all the books on reagan and read his own notes. he was in touch. that was his reputation. does anyone think president obama was hands off on administration as so consequential as. this. abby: learning from james clapper, john brennan another one. former head of the cia. he has thi warning for speaker mcconnell and speaker ryan. he says if president trump continues along this disastrous path you will bear major responsibility for the harm done to our democracy. do you a great disservice to our natio nation and the republican party if you continue to enable prosecute mr. trump's self-serving actions. steve: it's interesting because we have been talking about what's going on --
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what may have gone on with the fbi. he ran the cia. dan bongino feels he has his fingerprints all over it. and he was not a good actor in it. >> john brennan has disgraced himself. he has disgraced the country. he has disgraced the intelligence community. he is the one man largely responsible for the destruction of american's faith in the intelligence community and, in some people at the top of the fbi. he knows about the dossier. he denies knowledge of the dossier. he briefs the gang of 8 up on the hill about the dossier, which they then use to demand the fbi start an investigation into trump. it is that simple. this guy is the genesis of this whole debacle, this obama gate spying team. brian: david brooks is not a fan of president trump. but he says does anyone think, instead of getting all gummed up in what's next and how everything is connected. does anyone think that the administration -- that the campaign, which went through
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all the campaign directors, that was winging it. they didn't have the ground game and all these things, they are the ones to pull off the first collusion with another country to throw an election. just think for a second, he says you can't even buy it. steve: the big scandal is if there was some sort of, you know, the government trying to infiltrate the campaign that is a gigantic scandal. but, to have the inspector general of the department of justice look into it, keep in mind, he can't talk to brennan. he can't talk to clapper or comey or mccabe or any of them because he does not have subpoena power. he can only talk to people who are still at the department of justice. is this going to get to the bottom of it? no. brian: doesn't mean they won't because brennan might say to himself right. they could say no, i'm not going to. if i'm brennan, clapper and comey, i better get my point out. this inspector general is going to put it out there. abby: yeah. brian: these questions are out and refuse to answer. abby: that's a great point. many of them may not be
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sleeping well. steve: this is not the way to do it. abby: email us what you think. friends at foxandfriends.com. jillian: i didn't sleep well last night either. i think it was sunday thing. abby: sometimes it's one of those things. steve: too much rest. jillian: that's what happens on the weekend. texas governor greg abbott calling for a statewide moment of silence today to honor the 10 victims of the santa fe high school shooting. the first of those victims sabika sheikh just laid to rest. thetics change student from pakistan just remembered by her host family. >> had no idea what god was going to send us. but he sent us one of the most precious gifts that i have ever had in my life. >> she loved us. and she was the most amazing person i have ever met. >> video now surfacing of the shooter dancing at his family's church just days before the massacre. and we even learned some disturbing information that he actually cheered as he
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carried out the rampage. we expect to learn even more at a press conference later today. a desperate manhunt intensifying right for two suspected killers who broke out of jail. a third escaped inmate back in custody in south carolina. the two men on the run you see them there. tie shawn johnson and curtis ray are expecting separate murder charges and dangerous for the public. you a three men escaped from the orangeburg detention center after overpowering a detention officer saturday night. push for votes primaries in four southern states tomorrow. four democrats seat of congresswoman karen handel who won a special election last year. gubernatorial and congressional primaries taking place in georgia and arkansas. congressional nominations are also on the line in kentucky. and in texas, democratic runoffs are set for both congress and the governor's race. well, they were called to break up the fun. but, instead, these cops join in on the fun. police officers going viral
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for jumping in to prom photos with a group of teens in bangor, maine. the police department posting this photo online writing that the officers wore a classy gun belt and black prom gloves and their best ballistic vest. someone called the cops to report the kids blocking the street. what do you guys think? >> that is a great picture. >> sense of humor. >> i love it when they can have fun with their community. that picture will live on forever. abby: thank you, jillian. steve: come up, pop quiz. who would rather date your daughter a member of ms-13 or a republican. guest says ms-13. he has a reality check for that writer. hillary clinton, nancy pelosi taking their resistance tour to college. >> i say this not as a democrat who lost an election. but as an american afraid of losing a country. >> cannot allow the negative attitude to be normalized or
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>> took an animal to kip to rape and drug a 16-year-old girl. frankly i don't think the term animal goes far enough. brian: animal when talking about ms-13 members. one person who doesn't have a problem with the gang. he would rather his daughter, which he doesn't actually have date an ms-13 rather than a republican. joining us right now is someone who is all too familiar with the gangs. and especially ms-13. nassau county long island police commissioner patrick rider. commissioner, when you saw that article, what did you think? >> you want the best for your children, not the worst. ms-13's motto kill, rape, control. that's what you want dating your daughter? brian: who are these people? >> they are very violent people who come to this country. they take up different methods of crime to support their efforts. but, a lot of it has to do
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with violence and control. brian: they cut out body organs and leave it on top of the bodies. so, when you say animals, i think it's accurate. do you think it's accurate? >> i have witnessed firsthand the violence that they have done. we recovered 6 homicides last year that were done by ms-13 in nassau county. and those homicides are violent. they have hacked them with, you know, knives and cut them up with machetes and buried them into holes that the family can't find them. brian: do you know what they are doing it too. they are doing it in working class communities oftentimes. that's where there are jobs. people think they are targeting certain amount of people. they are targeting people who are blue collar workers in a lo a lot of these areas. >> many come here for work. out there as day labors during the day and part of the gangs at night. brian: i want you to see a couple of these tweets. one is from rousseau himself. let's take a look at it and here it is.
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if a father doesn't want to cooperate with us, he will do something to his daughter. i will -- this is from a former ms-13 member. i have never raped anyone but others did. if a gang member was interested in a girl he saw, he would rape her and claim her as property. so, when this clown decides to write this because he doesn't like republicans, this you feel as though needs as a point of education. >> i would love for him to sit down and speak to the victims' families. tell them that he would rather have an ms-13 date his daughter. brian: when people say this is something trumped up, pun intended, what do you tell them? >> trump is a great support of law enforcement. trump has an agenda that he is out there pushing right now. and that is keeping us safe. that's our job. we are law and order. we are out there doing our job every day. we witness the violence from these gangs. we have got to not only stop that violence. we have got to get them out. brian: got to stop it and the ms-13 threat is real. >> that's correct. brian: and still coming. that's what you have got to watch for these people
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seeking asylum. commissioner, thanks so much. >> my pleasure. thank you. brian: special counsel robert mueller says the russia probe can be done by september 1st. he needs to interview the president first. should he do that? alan dershowitz next with his advice. there he is. ♪ turn it up loud ♪
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♪ >> we're going to win so much, you may even get tired of winning. and you will say please, please, it's too much winning. abby: it is now time for news by the numbers. a big win for president trump. first, 68%, that is how many americans credit the commander-in-chief for our booming economy. the findings from a new cbs poll. next, 10%. thanks to that strong economy, that is how many google searches for vacations rose in the month of april. experts say it is a good sign, obviously, americans
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tend to be reluctant to take time off. and, finally, $45 million, that is the estimated cost of the royal wedding. money went towards security largely paid for by taxpayers. i wonder how they feel about that. steve: no kidding. meanwhile, there may be an end in sight. president trump's attorney rudy giuliani tells fox news that special counsel robert mueller told him two weeks ago that his russia investigation could end by september 1st if mr. mueller is able to interview the president probably around the 4th of july. brian: we have not heard from the mueller came on this. regardless of end date. >> the next guest cease no against the president. author of trumped up. still out there, still selling well, alan dershowitz. welcome back. >> thank you so much. brian: i watched you yesterday spar with dan abrams. i felt i was in my first class ever. it was awesome. you didn't have a chance to talk. we want to give you a chance to talk today.
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>> thank you. brian: you don't have an agenda and going to bat for the president. >> no. brian: you don't see any criminal intent or action here and you are getting really concerned for the country. >> yes. and that's why from day one i said no special counsel, no finger pointing. no criminal prosecution. let's have an independent, nonpartisan commission looking into this election. this election was not the finest hour. whether there were infiltrators or spies put into the republican camp. whether strzok did have a hatred, an insurance policy. whether there was any cooperation with any russian sources. we need to get to the truth. and the only way to get to the truth is an independent 9/11 type commission. and we have to prevent it from happening in the future. this election is a model of what should not happen in the future. and a special counsel is the worst way of getting to the truth. steve: isn't there a congressional oversight right now? i know there are a number of
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committees on capitol hill, largely run by republicans who want -- republicans are trying to get documents. they say the department of justice is not cooperating. >> right. >> the department of justice says yes, we are. we are stuck. >> look, americans do not trust congressional committees. the majority is partisan. the minority -- it's what good is republicans. what's good for the democrats. nobody asks the question what's good for americans. and you need a non-partisan commission of experts. people who really can dig into this. people who really have experience and who don't have an agenda. abby: can't the president declassify the documents. >> he can. abby: why doesn't he? >> he should. this stuff here don't reveal the name of the informer. you know, that's often the way in which justice department hides what they have done. steve: sure. >> this is not informer. brian: 73-year-old professor. who is going after him? >> of course both sides have
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to much more transparency. abby: do you think the president should sit down potential end date. mueller is telling giuliani maybe september 1 then? >> that's a tactic and hard one to decide unless you know all the facts. if the president can put this behind him by september 1st, by sitting down in a limited capacity with questions that he can answer, that would be a good thing. but, you know, the mueller people could then say oh, beared on the questions and answers. abby: we need to prolong it? >> we need another month. brian: another tactic out there. jonathan swan brought this up on your show yesterday. let's listen to what he says rudy giuliani might be doing now, effectively. >> the legal strategy hasn't changed. i mean, emit is a will careful lawyer doing the work inside the white house. what's changed is the media strategy which is very significant. rudy giuliani's job is not to do substantive, in the weeds legal work. his job is to go on tv and attack robert mueller and attack the investigation
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it's becoming red and blue issue. if that happens we are seeing the trend lines go in that direction. if that solidifies that's fantastic for trump and he knows that. steve: do you agree. >> i agree completely. both mueller and comey played into the hands of making this a partisan issue and americans do not wants to see indictments or impeach. s based on partisan issues. steve: you were in israel a week ago today for the opening of the embassy. what did you see? >> >> well, i was in gaz. people falsely analogize it was a civil rights demonstration. no, it was a lynching. hamas gave people the addresses of kindergartens and said go lynch these israelis. and the israeli soldiers, who i met on the border, they were the good guys. steve: stopped them at the fence. >> trying to minimize casualties. yes, 50 hamas terrorists were killed. but that's because they were the lynch mob. and we should never
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analogize them to reasonable demonstrators. reasonable demonstrators don't come with the addresses of children's kindergartens and hatchets and molotov cocktails to murder as many people as possible. steve: unbelievable. abby: what an experience for you to be there for the opening of the embassy. >> that was a great experience. abby: great to have you here as always, professor, lover your insight. johnny joey jones lost his legs after serving overseas. an amuse you meant park told him he could not ride a ride because he did not have real legs. abby: unbelievable. what did these three people have in common? they all can't escape elizabeth warren. >> is kanye really okay? did someone bite beyonce's face? did the president of the united states really tweet about oh, let's not talk about that. abby: i wonder what candace owens thinks about all of that should we ask her?
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appeal to the kids in the audience by bringing up kanye and beyonce and potus as well. what did you make of it? >> it just makes me want to cringe all the time. this is quite frankly always what the democrats do. they pander in every single regard. you can't tell me that she could name even one kanye west album or name even one beyonce album and one of them is self-entitled. it's an absolute joke. interesting she goes into a crowd of people and assumes everyone she is speaking to is a democrat. same assumptions they made during the 2016 election and they were wrong. steve: it is massachusetts. >> it is massachusetts. that's right. even if you are in a crowd of people that might be overwhelmingly blue, it does not mean every single person there understands your jokes or think they are funny. likely some students there insulted by her jokes. they should just deliver what people do during a commencement speech, something that inspires something in their lives something positive. not taking jabs at pop
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culture they don't understand that culture entirely. abby: hillary clinton as well at yale and house minority leader nancy pelosi take a listen to what they had to say. >> what's happening right now goes to the heart of who we are as a nation. >> we have many challenges facing us. >> i say this not as a democrat who lost an election, but as an person afraid of losing a country. >> today it often feels as if america's greatness and goodness is clouded by ugly language. >> today, as a person, i'm okay. >> i cannot allow the negative attitude to be normalized or accepted. >> no, i'm not over it. [laughter] >> i still think about the 2016 election. abby: candace, talk about aspiring. >> she has completely lost is it. people tend to question donald trump's mental health. when are they going to have serious hard questions about hers? seriously, woman to woman, hillary clinton, have you got to move on. it's not even about politics anymore. it's not healthy to hold on to something like this whatsoever.
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she says that she is a strong woman. what sort of a strong woman is not over this a year and a half later? and is still crying about the election blaming people and pointing the finger? it is not an example of a strong woman. abby: she did say she made mistakes. that's the first time i have ever heard that. >> took a year and a half for her to even admit that you have to understand she is not an example of a strong woman. she was not equipped to be the first female president of the united states u. brian: candace, a couple of things, number one from you when you came out with that statement that went viral and since that time, what's your life been like and have you heard from the white house about going there on a legitimate race round table? have you heard any more about that? are we just going to let -- do you think that moment has passed? >> that moment has not passed whatsoever. we are in talks with the white house all the time. what we are doing and plan something so much bigger than what people are expecting. i'm doing this with turning point u.s.a. the white house will, of course, help us and facilitate all of our needs. we are going to cause an
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entire movement in this country. and we have been warning the left and we have told the democrats we are tired of being your victims. okay? we are yesterday to exit this narrative as black individuals, being the victims that they use every four years for votes. i'm going to inspire a national movement that we hope inspires people internationally know there is no value in being a victim and only value in being a victor. abby: are you still talking to kanye west? what is he saying? >> we are emailing and put me in touch with other hip hop artists i'm scheduled to meet with and do on camera work with. steve: i read a story over the weekend that said a number of hip hop artists were being asked by other hip hop artists don't show up at the white house. >> yes. i'm not sure how true that was. did i read that about camille. that's unfortunate if it is true and exactly what i talk about. essentially my idea is that black people are not free to do what they want or not free to think what they want. there are these confines that we need to break out of. we need to stop being afraid of being demonized in the media if we do something that could ultimately help
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black people. should have showed up to the prison reform summit. it was a great day and something that he could have definitely used his voice to help us get some laws passed. brian: meanwhile spike lee blasted the president from another country last week. so the beat goes on. >> absolutely. abby: you are always an inspiration to us. great to see you. >> thank you for having me. >> go over to jillian. >> we are following a number of stories. get you caught up on some of the news we are following at this hour. a man who posted this facebook photo holding a gun in front of a police car is now behind bars. calvin rodriguez arrested after a man hunts in new york city. is he charged with making terroristic threats after taking the photo in front of the nypd car. police are still searching for a second man in the photo seen peeking through the passenger photo. the wild cougar that mauled a bike tore death was starving. wildlife official says the cat was 80 pounds under weight when it attacked two
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men near seattle. one of them smacking the cougar with his bike to scare it off but it came back. >> it launched on to him -- it lachesd on to his head. he said he had his whole entire head in the jaws of this animal. and was being shaken around very, very horribly. >> that biker survived but the other man s.j. brooks was killed. the cougar had been put to sleep. new body cam video challenging an naacp leader's claim he was racially profiled. reverend jamal wrote on facebook that a south carolina officer accused him of having drugs in his car, even asking why he was in such a nice neighborhood. the video though tells a different story. watch. >> drivers license, make sure to wear your seat belt at all times while on the highway and drive safe. >> the charter president dleeted his facebook post. the naacp is investigating. a veteran who sacrificed his legs fighting for our
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country is slamming six flags. that right there. you see him. retired u.s. marine johnny joey jones says he was kicked off a ride for not having, quote: real legs. jones tweeting the theme park's rules that say, quote: riders must have one fanging arm and one functioning leg absent of prosthetic devices. jones lost his legs in a 2010 bomb explosion in afghanistan. six flags has not responded to jones' comment. that is so unfortunate. is he a great guy. steve: they will respond. abby: i'm sure. thank you, jillian. brian: what the reasoning had to be is beyond me. abby: there isn't one. steve: they have their rules. j.d. is out on the streets of new york city on this monday. good morning. janice: wave, everybody where are you from? >> louisiana. janice: what's your name. >> brenda angel. janice: and. >> new jersey, jill. >> james, baton rouge. >> jude, georgia. >> dick and jude from athens, georgia. >> ryan from tulsa, oklahoma. janice: and you ladies?
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>> maryland. >> carolyn. >> georgia. glngsd you a are here for a girl's trip? >> yes. >> anything exciting so far? >> meeting you. janice: i love it take a look at the maps. i didn't even plan it of the northeast looks pretty good. can you take a look at the temperatures right now. 60 here in new york. it's going to be a beautiful day for sightseeing for my friends. 38 in rapid city. 62 in kansas city. we should see some showers and thunderstorms across the ohio valley, the great lakes, and parts of the midwest. we could see large hail and damaging winds, isolated tornado. there are your highs today. for tuesday, 67. look at that we are getting into the 80's here in new york city. very nice as we head towards the end of the workweek. all right. everybody, wave at home. say hi to everybody. what a great way to start with my monday. what's your favorite morning show? >> "fox & friends." steve: good thinking. abby: love it thank you, janice. steve: straight ahead on this monday, final goodbyes began for victims of the
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santa fe high school shooting as chilling video gives us a new look at the shooter. a live report from santa fe. brian: plus, organizing violent and deadly riots along the israeli border, the same day the embassy opened in jerusalem. why did one high school hold a moment of silence for hamas? explain that.
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due to sinking download numbers. a variety of digital payment option also make credit cards obsolete. brian: great, we won't have to pay them back either. abby: changing times. texas governor greg abbott calling for a number of silence today to honor the lives lost in the santa fe high school shooting. steve: thousands turn out to honor the first of the victims laid to rest. brian: doug mckelway is live in santa fe with the latest. hey, doug. >> hey, brian, we are expecting a press conference at 5:00 eastern time this afternoon at the santa fe independent school district headquarters. at that time we hope to learn what the plans are for for reopening schools here. they remain closed today as well as tomorrow. and we hope to learn what the enhanced plans for security are if there are indeed are any at this point. yesterday afternoon, governor greg abbott came to santa fe high and placed some flowers here and said we need to make sure of what happened here will be a catalyst for reforms. that as the first memorial service, the first of many
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to come occurred. this one for sabika sheikh the pack stean exchange student who was gunned down. father from pakistan and host sister from here in texas all spoke at the prayer service. >> when i received the phone call, i started crying. i realized my daughter is no more in this world. >> i had no idea what god is going to send us. but he sent us one of the most precious gifts that i have ever had in my life. >> she loved us. and she was the most amazing person i have ever met. also yesterday, we got a new look at the school shooter. it comes from a video taken from just days before the shooting at the greek orthodox church where his family worshipped. it shows dmitry participation in a dance. normal here. his court appointed attorney says his family remains mystified over why their son did what he did. >> they are hopeful that the
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investigation is going to give answers to everybody. and they are just going to patiently wait for those answers. >> that, while texas lieutenant governor dan patrick is offering his suggestions as to how to remedy this deeply troubling wave of mass school shootings. >> we need our teachers to be armed. when you are facing someone who is an active shooter. the best way to take that shooter down ask with a gun. we need to get down to one or two entrances into our schools. we have to funnel our students into our schools so we can put eyes on them. >> critics point out that even armed teachers have to turn their backs on students on occasion. also, you know, when they are facing, you know, a black keyboard suggestions are likely to go over very here in gun friendly texas. that's where things stand right now. brian: there was a marine
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teacher next door not allowed to you carry a gun. he might have been able to neutralize him. abby: a sad situation. hamas organized deadly riots along the border the same day the embassy opened in jerusalem. why did one high school hold a moment of silence for those terrorists? steve: good question. plus budweiser teeming up with folds of honor to honor families and salute their veteran brewers. >> we can still serve in a way because once you stop serving, you felt like you stopped. it's nice to be able to keep giving back. steve: it's emotional for those veterans. and one of those veteran brewers joins us live one hour from now. brian: first on this day in history charles unrine unrin. first hydrogen bomb. i'm not done yet. 1992, jump, unrelated. abby: saved the best for
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steve: parents are outraged in new york city after elite high school held a moment of silence for more than 60 people killed in protests along the gaza strip even though 50 of them were members of hamas. one mother saying, quote: i just don't think any school should be promoting a moment of silence for terrorists. what if it was islamic terrorists and isis? no school would be having that over the loud speaker. here to weigh in terror analyst and director of christians united for
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israel. eric joins us from our nation's capital. good morning to you. >> steve, good to be with you. steve: so this moment of silence was at the suggestion of a student. we still haven't heard from the principle. she has been called apparently a number of times for comment. but, nonetheless, it's very troubling here in new york city. >> yeah. it is, steve. look, number one, a hamas spokesman has admitted that, yes, out of the 60 or so people killed, at least 50 were hamas terrorists. not only that steve, there is another terror group in gaza called palestinian islamic jihad. they also came forward and admitted that, yes, a few of their operatives were killed last month. so it appears at least 90% of the people killed in gaza last monday were terrorists. not only that, the others who were killed, unfortunately, steve, were used as human shields. steve: right. >> props by hamas. the mainstream media unfortunately bought the hamas line, hook, line and sinker and apparentsly at the beacon school in new
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york city they did as well. steve: i know in the past they have had a moment of silence for the victims down in parkland, florida. and that makes sense because it was a high school. but, still, nonetheless, for them to, you know, enter this with this anti-israeli message has upset a lot of people who send their kids to that school. >> right, steve, at the end of the day, whether they intended to or not, they in essence were honoring hamas terrorists. again, most of the people killed were hamas terrorists. and i have to say, steve, jewish students, obviously felt very uncomfortable during this moment of silence. they went on record saying as much. as a christian, i would feel very uncomfortable to say the least with this moment of silence because it's honoring terrorists. again, it's frustrating, steve, to see the mainstream media and others in academia now as well, take that hamas narrative and run with it at the end of the day, there is not much that separates hamas from isis over the past several years. hamas has fired rockets,
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missiles at israel suicide bombings, terror tunnels and all the rest. steve: i know it still, each the parents have reached out. nothing from the principal. eric, thank you very much for joining us live. >> thank you, steve. steve: going to step aside. jonathan turley coming up next. non-small cell lung canc . .non-small cell lung canc who'd say no to a...? who wouldn't want a chance to live longer.
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♪ brian: the president has not let up he just had it. steve: president trump's attorney rudy giuliani telling fox news that special counsel robert mueller told him two weeks ago that his russia investigation could end by september 1st. >> day one, no special counsel, no fingerpointing, no criminal proses cues. independent, non-partisan commission looking into the election. abby: mike pompeo set to lay out a plan b countering iran. it involves reimposing sanctions. steve: billboard music awards takes up gun control. >> i'm sick of moment of silence. why don't we do moment of
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change. abby: she was at yale university yesterday still talking about the election. >> i went for long walks in the woods. i had my fair share of chardonnay. i practiced growing today and alternate nostril breathing. no, i'm not over it. ♪ brian: who are they? steve: they're opening our 8:00 hour. brian: they must be good. steve: they must be. abby: it is a food song. the sun is out finally. brian: i like any song i could dance to. steve: get up and dance. >> we don't have time. brian: this says no dancing. what a shame. i am in my element. abby: good morning to all of you. brian: the president is tweeting
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like crazy. abby: this is from yesterday. i hereby demand, will do so officially tomorrow, today, the department of justice look into whether or not the fbi, doj infiltrated or surveiled the trump campaign for political purposes f any such demand were made by people within the obama administration. steve: what he is talking about stories that have been floating around, "daily caller" had the story three weeks ago, a cambridge professor, that he enticed, among others, carter page and george stephanopoulous -- papdopoulus to meet with him. he paid george papdopoulus $3,000. i saw a story apparently this particular government informant has been fade by the fbi hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years. he was still preaching out to carter page as of sum of 2017.
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that is extraordinary. it probably ended at the end of the campaign, right? nope, went right through. >> deputy attorney general is responding, brian. rod rosenstein. if anyone infiltrated a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes we need to know about it and we need to take appropriate action. brian: listen to this clown's, excuse me, character's name. 73 years old. he got paid 282,000 in 2016 according to public records. he got paid in $2,017,129,000 to the defense office of net assessment. which is essentially a shady think tank. he worked for bush and reagan, when he was reagan's running mate. steve: not as a spy. brian: a scandal which cia gave information to the carter administration for the gop. like robert mueller and perhaps james comey definitely, a republican who is not a big fan of president trump.
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so he was somehow, that is my conclusion, because he was put into action it seems to speak to carter page at a seminar and have papdopoulus coming here -- steve: stephanopoulous. brian: write a paper for $3,000. they never heard anything. abby: ambassador of australia was not a fan of trump. he paid millions of dollars into the clinton foundation. steve: you put all the pieces together. if the investigation officially started on this date, yet this guy was fishing around trying to make contact with these other people in the trump orbit months earlier, that blows up the entire narrative. so nonetheless now we've got rod rosenstein, the deputy attorney general saying okay, we'll have the independent inspector general of the doj investigate it. alan dershowitz says this is better than if they had a special counsel like mr. mueller. >> this election was not the
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finest hour. whether there were infiltrators or spies put into the republican camp, whether strzok did have a hatred, insurance policy, whether there was any cooperation with any russian sources, we need to get to the truth. the only way to get to the truth is an independent, 9/11 type commission. we have to prevent it from happening in the future this election is a model. of what should not happen in the future. special counsel is the worst way of getting to the truth. abby: he is angry for the country. he said from the beginning, brian, where is the evidence, hardcore evidence that ultimately led to the investigation. all we've seen up to this point is opposition research. that is it not enough to open up the mueller investigation. brian: i laugh, when people say why doesn't president trump let this play out. no one was going to bad for his team. john dowd and ty cobbs fine lawyers, let's sit back.
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how did that go. rudy giuliani is changing the tone, let them come up with answers. devin nunez and trey gowdy doing yeoman's work trying to get to the bottom of the thing. by the way the bottom is as ugly as you can imagine. he wants the other side to get out. the pressure campaign is working. rudy giuliani, we have not heard from robert mueller team, september 1st they will wrap up everything if the president sits down in july. my feeling, if you see michael flynn, if you see paul manafort, if you see papdopoulus, these indictments are coming down for things unrelated to this investigation. if i'm the president, i still don't sit down with this guy. abby: who is to say, after they sit down, mueller says we need more time, there is more information that we didn't realize we had. giuliani wants to speak to the spy, the professor. he could have said anything he wanted to the fbi and they ran with it. steve: sure. keep in mind, rudy is negotiating with mueller.
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if i give the interview with the president to you, what do i get in return? now rudy wants to play up the angle that there was a spy during the obama years who was apparently working for the fbi looking at trump team. abby: guess who is also speaking out. i don't know if you heard much from her recently, hillary clinton. i heard she has a book out. steve: she lost and still not taking it well. abby: this is exactly what she told folks at yale yesterday. take a listen. >> no, i'm not over it. i still think about the 2016 election. i went for long walks in the woods. [laughter]. i spent hours going down a twitter rabbit hole. i had my fair share of chardonnay. i practiced yoga and alternate nostril breathing. today as a person i'm okay. but as an american i'm concerned. so i brought a hat too. a russian hat. [laughter]. if you can't beat them. join them! steve: so there you have
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hillary, she is still not over it. keep in mind this is a potent message for a lot of people across the country who are still not over it. she won the popular vote. she should be president. abby: she said mistakes were made. brian: democrats to have her out there, i know it's a commencement speech, the more she steels spotlight from other democrats nobody steps up. abby: who agrees with you? candace owens. she had a message women to women. >> hillary clinton as women woman to woman, you have to move on. it is not healthy to hold on to this. she says she is strong woman. what sort of strong woman is not over it a year-and-a-half later and crying about the election and pointing the finger. that is not an example of a strong woman. steve: we asked you for your comments. robert emailed us. here is the list top 1000
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reasons hillary lot the election. one, hillary. item 2 through 1000, hillary. abby: they have to listen to her rehash why she lost the election. they could read her book as well. brian: northeast, who they want. hillary's biggest mistake attacking trump non-stop during the campaign. she had nothing positive to offer. she clearly did not learn her election. recent poll, democratic streeters what do they want? last on the list was attacking donald trump. they want to hear other things besides attacking donald trump. abby: you know why? they want to win. they realize that has not a winning strategy. that has nothing to do with their policies to help people's lives. brian: smart democrats like chuck schumer says the same thing. schumer, whether you like him or not, never calls for the president to impeach. he agrees with the president with china and trade. steve: they have turned that way after the early chorus's for impeachment. abby: you know what they want to
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hear? inspiration. get back to inspiration. steve: be something. abby: what do you think, jillian? jillian: i think so. i like uplifting speeches. abby: what else is going on? reporter: we're covering with a lot of stories a a father accused of intentionally slamming his jeep into a restaurant killing his own daughter and daughter-in-law is due in court today. restaurant staff roger self had his family seated and went out and crashed into the building in charlotte, north carolina. the family left church together. not clear what set him off. his daughter, katelyn self, was a sheriff's deputy. presidentially election, nicolas maduro easily win as second term, with claims of vote-rigging. maduro claims he received 67% of the result. florida senator marco rubio slammed the results.
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he received more votes than total number of people that voted. international community will respond as necessary. president trump tweeting about a potential trade breakthrough. they agreed to buy massive amounts of farm/international products would be one of the best things to happen to our farmers in years. stuart varney weighed in earlier. >> it's a long term negotiation where our government and their government are trying to work out a new andmportant trade relationship in the world. jillian: the two nations also announcing positive strides on intellectual property protections and reducing the trade deficit. the white house putting tariffs on hold with china as negotiations move forward. today president trump will attend the swearing-in of gina haspel the cia's first female director. the ceremony will be held at the agency's headquarters in virginia. haspel winning confirmation after over coming concerns of her role in the agency's
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enhances interrogation tactics. he nominated her to lead the cia after tapping former director mike pompeo as secretary of state. brian: that will be great. abby: thanks, jillian. steve: president trump demanding answers over reports that the fbi infiltrated his campaign. what happens next? we'll talk to constitutional law professor, jonathan turley. >> billboard music awards, apparently they took up gun control. nra spokesperson dana loesch is here. she is fired up to respond. >> i'm so sick of moment of safe lens. my god, it is not working. why don't we do moment of action. why don't we do moment of change? why don't we change what is happening?
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that the president's early allegations have been validated to a large extent. i think you can acknowledge that without necessarily saying that this was clearly done for the wrong purpose. i also don't understand why there isn't more of a concern here. steve: right. >> the investigation may find that there was a valid reason to investigate. clearly page was under investigation long before the campaign but we've always been very critical of other countries where governments put their opponents under investigation and there is a legitimate reason for to us be concerned and i think the president has raised that. steve: the suggestion there was a spy who was either inside or really close to the campaign, you know you read the story about the cambridge professor who has been outed by a bunch of papers, suddenly it makes sense. offers george papadopoulos, come let us have meals and some talk.
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next thing you know george papdopoulus gets in trouble. you can understand the worry on the president's part, was there somebody near him? but nonetheless, shouldn't it have been the attorney general who said a month ago, you're right, we should do some investigating here? >> there is somewhat of a bee h belated response to this i wrote a piece in the hill newspaper, the president was openly mocked. people like clapper said it wasn't true. the media has to recognize this is a seriousing a mitigation. i have problems with the names of the professor being outed. if he was an asset for the fbi and cia i think that is a legitimate concern on the other side. i think all americans regardless of their party should want to investigate this. apparently it will be investigated by the ig, the inspect inspector general's office at the justice department. they're a very good outfit. i have no problems with that.
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they know justice. they have been very hard-hitting. we've seen the work in the past. it has been independent and neutral. that i is the correct thing to do. steve: we had alan dershowitz on an hour ago, he said maybe have an independent panel to look into it. i got something from somebody else who used to be at the department of justice, and they said this should be in front of a grand jury. if this is true, this is criminal. >> well, i think it is premature to put it before a grand jury. we do need a serious investigation. it may end up going there. i prefer the ig's office. i think the justice department did the right thing. this will move faster giving it to the ig's office. they can refer the matter to the u.s. attorney's office. they have not been shy about those types of referrals. if you want to get at this quick i would do it this way. create an independent commission. it will be a glacial pace. steve: things are picking up because according to rudy giuliani this could be wrapped up by sep 1st if the
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president sits down in july to talk to mueller's team. >> the president will sit down and narrow those questions it is something he can get through. people are just assuming he will burst into flames if he sits down and answers questions. ii that really underestimates hs ability and his team's legal ability. if you want to bring it to a conclusion, alternative you have to have an endgame. moore could go for a subpoena and that would extend it a very long time. steve: we talked about that last week. thank you for joining us live. >> thank you. steve: jonathan turley. 8:20 here in new york city. the leader of isis is not dead. this morning he has a new mission, train kids to become killers. one state is about to make it legal for kid to bring medical marijuana to school. is that a step in the right direction or the wrong direction? a debate next.
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event all legalization of marijuana in new york city. brian, take it away. brian: you love this debate. this is a illinois lawmakers allowing students to bring medical marijuana on school. as long as they don't smoke it. school officials agree that it won't disrupt other students. but is that a step in the right or wrong direction? going through chemotherapy or something like that? here to debate. eva pence. she has a daughter who takes described medical marijuana. jeffrey hunt, vice presidents of public policy at colorado christian university. ava, first off, why is this necessary do you think. >> first of all i think we should reframe what is happening here. these aren't children bringing marijuana to school. this is a product that is being brought to school by a responsible adult, and being left in the school health room where it is secured. it's a step in the right direction because this is
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medicine and it should be treated as such. and if it is allowing these children equal access to an education, absolutely necessary. brian: so, jeff, you see a downside to this? >> right. well, brian the fda has clearly said that marijuana is detrimental for children to take. it said this for two reasons. one is that the current science shows that children who take marijuana have long-term detrimental effects when it comes to brain development. secondly, much of this marijuana that is being prescribed by doctors is not fda approved. therefore we have no idea what side-effects are to it, we have no idea what the long-term effects are, and we have no idea what happens when you combine marijuana with other medication. according to the legislation we're allowing nurses and teachers and parents to administer this non-approved, non-fda approved drug at public schools which is deeply problematic. we should let the science lead.
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we should let nda-approved drugs be admin sistered. brian: ava, do you think the science not leading here? >> time to let the science lead absolutely. first i would like to point to dr. davinsky's study. famed neurologist who does have a ground-break study does show science is leading us in this direction. the second thing i would like to point to is the need to reschedule marijuana to being a schedule two performance-enhancing drug, not a asked eel one drug so we have research we need to allow for more research so that we can head in this direction because i do agree that we need the fd. a approval and we are heading into the direction of fda approval thanks to dr. today work. brian: bothers you a medical doctor with a degree, certified, aboveboard, gets good reviews might say this child is in pain,
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needs this medication, it is controlled, it will not go wild throughout the school, if you think this study shows the dr. is acting irresponsible? >> well, what we've got to allow is the fda to be able to do this research which, they need to be able to do, which they haven't been able to do. but let's allow them to do the research but the problem is we've seen in other aspects, either tobacco or opioids where doctors prescribed opioids and they haven't done it aboveboard. we need to allow the fda to make the decisions to determine if it is safe. brian: right. >> but the problem with a lot of this legislation there is no restrictions on the potency of thc. we need not to allow the legislation get ahead of the science. brian: i understand your concern for legalizing marijuana, legalizing medical marijuana in 29 states, but if a doctor that you trust see as child in pain this, is the only alternative, i find it, i find it kind of cruel
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to deny that child especially if it's a doctor that has got, knows his other options. we're trusting him to help you with sinus infections and to heal a broken leg but when it comes to pain, maybe from chemotherapy, that is where you draw the line? >> well, there are drugs that have been approved by the fda a that have come from marijuana that deal specifically with chemotherapy, that with some of those things that have been approved. this legislation goes way too far t goes way too far. brian: it's a good debate. >> if i may. brian: sadly we're out of time, ava. you made your point. >> i understand. brian: good debate. no bad guys here but this is debate worth having. straight ahead -- >> thank you so much. brian: thanks, guys. >> hamasorganized violent and deadly riots on israeli border. why did one high school hold a moment of silence for the
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♪ steve: well it was a week ago today on this program you saw the opening of the u.s. embassy moving from tel aviv to jerusalem. while that was happening over at the security fence between gaza and israel you know that there was a melee. there was a lot of violence. at least 60 people were killed including 50 members of hamas. hamas famously designated by our government as a terrorist. brian: pretty much every government. abby: there is a high school here in new york city. beacon high school. it's a few blocks from here actually. they held a moment of silence. a student was pushing this, a moment of silence for hamas. you can imagine a lot of parents are completely outraged, how can you hold a moment of silence for hamas. we all know it's a group of terrorists. this is from one point.
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i'm extremely upset. i did not send my child to a new york city public school to pray for hamas operatives. brian: especially when their mandate is to wipe israel off the face of the earth. they will foment the resistance. on the side note, maybe they were watching television. almost every other channel was focusing on the violence and mocking others at this historic ceremony for smiling during it. eric is the director of christians united for israel. he is a bit of a terror expert. very much so. weighed in on this. >> when they intended to or not, they in essence were honoring hamas terrorists. most of the people killed were hamas terrorists. i have to say, steve, jewish students obviously felt uncomfortable during the moment of silence. they went on record saving as much. as a christian i would be uncomfortable to say the least for a moment of silence honoring terrorists. it is frustrating to see the
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mainstream media and others in academia take that hamas narrative and run with it. at the end of the day there is not much that separates hamas from isis. over the past several years, hamas fired rockets, missiles at israel, suicide bombings, terror tunnels all the rest. abby: we asked the school for their response. we haven't heard from beacon high school. we'll let you know when they get their response. your response is pouring. you have opinions. john says i'm appalled that the school directed their students to take a moment of silence. the principal needs to be fired. steve: need to point out, this was run apparently by a student. the principal has not responded. we got another email. a moment of silence. hamas has no regard for human life. brian: by the way john brennan's tweets was more about the riots at gaza than the moving of the embassy. so you can't even, student was probably watching another cable network. thought that was the most important thing. steve: they have had moments of silence in the past for victims
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of parkland but for them to have a school moment of silence for the gaza victims, that is why people here in new york city are saying, what exactly did they just do? abby: keep e-mailing us your thoughts. this is something that the school should be doing. friends at foxnews.com. brian: tell us what is going on in the news. jillian: only because you asked so kindly. this is serious story. leader of isis on a chilling new mission, brainwashing schoolchildren. one of abubakar al-baghdadi former officers telling iraqi media, the leader discussed rewriting isis school curriculum last year. he wanted to focus on ideology. there are multiple reports claiming that the leader was dead or severely wounded since he was seen in 2014. u.s. officials think he still alive. retired u.s. marine, johnny jones was kicked off a ride for
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not having quote, real legs. jones tweeting the theme park rules, riders must have one functioning arm, one functioning leg absent after prosthetic device. jones a frequent guest on "fox & friends," lost his legs in afghanistan. we have reached to six flags. liberal writer rob russo would pick a guy in a gang. nassau long island county police commissioner patrick rider joined us earlier to weigh in. >> i would love for him to sit down and speak to the victims families. tell them that he would rather have a ms-13 date his daughter. ms-13 daughter, kill, rape, control that is what you want dating your daughter? jillian: ryder says six homicides were committed by ms-13 last year in his county. this koala fishing for a,
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totally spotted when they spotted the wild animal clutching their fishing road. >> catch anything today, mate? jillian: the family says the koala spent half an hour sitting along the river in australia. he didn't get any bites. don't people say koala's are dangerous and not friendly. abby: didn't look very dangerous. steve: pandas. abby: always the ones you don't expect. jillian: they are all cute. brian: who are the huggers? lima. jillian: lima? not going to try that. brian: don't hug a koala even though they're squeezable. >> who i love to hug is janice dean. gives best hugs in the world. >> you got it, come down to 48th and 6th. i which of give you a hug. you came up and gave me a hug. guess what? what is the special day? >> a birthday. 65. janice: you look amazing. what your name, junk lady.
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>> avery. janice: you love the weather in new york? >> yes. janice: good answer. where are you from. >> florida. >> scarsdale, new york. janice: what are you doing for your birthday? >> this is mine gift. i want to do the corny things. going to the top. janice: i wish i could gift wrap it for you. maybe i have a book. maybe brian comes out with one of his books. look at the weather map. it's a beautiful day to be alive here in new york city. 62 right now. 50 in chicago. we have 62 in tulsa. we have a little bit of unsettled weather across the ohio valley, great lakes. new york will remain dry today. 77 and warmer weather on the way. 77 in denver. anybody want to say hi to at home? >> [laughter]. hi, marti. janice: nicely done. you want to say hi to anybody?
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>> hi, daddy. janice: i like it. group hug, everybody. [shouting] >> hi kids. janice: keep waving. they still have the camera on us. abby: that is a long way away. steve: beautiful weather for her 65th birthday. steve: straight ahead. final good-byes begin for the victims in the santa fe, texas, high school shooting as chilling video gives as you new look at shooter. a live report from be texas next. abby: bud wayer with folds of honor. >> i had no idea this is what we were doing. you're our heroes. i salute you. thank all of you. abby: emotional video. that veteran brewer is here live, sharing their special beer, inspired by george washington's handwritten recipe. that's real.
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if you'd rather be home, ask your doctor about neulasta onpro. ♪ steve: pop star kelly clarkson calling for gun control at the billboard music awards. the host says she was instructed to hold a moment of silence for the victims of the sante fe, texas, school shooting but she refused. >> i'm so sick of moments of silence. it is not working. why don't we do moment of action? why don't we do moment of change? why don't we change what's happening, because this is horrible. we need to do better, people are failing our children, we're failing our communities. we're failing their families. steve: later in the program parkland shooting survivors joining sean mendez and khalid on stage for a moment. abby: texas governor greg abbott calling for a moment of silence to honor the lives lost in the
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santa fe, texas, shy school shooting. brian: doug mckelway is live in sante fe and joins with us a survivor. hey, doug. reporter: brian, great to see you. in face of unspeakable tragedy there is common sense to find something good coming out of this. we found something really, really good here. i want to introduce you all to rome schubert and his mom sheri. he was in the attack. he was in the arts class room when the shooter aimed at young students. he was struck in the back of the head. miraculously survived. rome, i show our viewers. a lot of people don't believe you're telling the truth, the bullet came in the back of his neck right here. >> right here. right here. bullet came in there. reporter: see the exit wound. >> there is the exit wound right
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there. didn't know he had been strug. you jumped over a wall, correct? >> jumped over a 7-foot wall, got 200 feet away from the art room. saw blood on me. had no idea i was shot. somebody came up behind me. you have again shot. i thought it was somebody else's blood. i took my shirt off, put pressure to it and took off to the parking lot. reporter: i understand talking to your husband earlier this morning you guys were struggling to find out what had become of your son. you had no idea. >> we had absolutely no idea. we got a call from his girlfriend, mattie at like 8:00, said there had been a shooting at the high school. she couldn't get ahold of him. she had been texting him. wasn't returning our phone calls. i tried. all of the baseball moms started calling me, i talked to my son, i talked to my daughter. at this point i still hadn't talked to rome.
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i was driving around in circles. i couldn't get up here. finally my friend tara, she said park. i'm coming to pick you up. because at that point she knew something happened to rome. reporter: you kept your wits about you in the hospital. you got a nurse's phone, to call your parents to let them know. >> i asked the paramedic if he had his phone on him. he didn't have his phone. after the hospital, took care of me evaluatingwise, i asked the nurse if i could use her phone to call my parents. reporter: what went through your mind when you heard the voice? >> i belted out, screamed hallelujah, praise jesus, because i was, it was scariest moment of my life not hearing from him. reporter: when you first laid eyes on him in the hospital? >> i just started bawling, crying, i walked into the room. i laid my head on his chest. i was like, thank you god. thank you god.
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thank you god for your grace. reporter: your husband hold me when you came back home and went to bed he kept going into his bedroom to check on him as if he were a newborn baby. that brings it home to me. by the way rome is spectacular baseball pitcher. he is sophomore on the baseball team here. has several more years has been offered a scholarship to the university of houston that is great. that up the road. you will not let him out of your site, are you? >> i was checking on him to make sure he was breathing all night. reporter: glad to see you here. i'm sure your parents are happy and so is everybody else. thank you for taking time to talk to you. >> thank you. reporter: back to you in new york. abby: every parents nightmare. waiting for the call. steve: i have been reading about the kid. if it had gone that much further -- >> didn't even know. ran under the table. found out moments later he was shot. steve: day of at shooting he played baseball.
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♪ >> i managed to gain my education and have a future for my son and myself. it has taken a huge, huge, just, burden off of our lives. my family is so proud of you and everything that you've done to contribute to our lives. i am honored to be in your presence.
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>> i'm blown away. i didn't know and. that we can still serve in a way, once you stop serving you felt like you stopped. it's nice to be able to keep giving back. ♪ >> i had no idea this is what we were doing. you're our heroes. i salute you. thank all of y'all. >> wow that is powerful. gives you chills. budweiser teaming up with folds of honor to assist gold star families and assist their veteran brewers. brian: we're joined by one of viewers in person, a veteran, retired marine corps sergeant, daniel romero. >> thank you for having me. abby: why did you want to serve? >> protect our freedoms. protect our country. make sure our rights are protected not only for myself but our children and future.
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it is a great honor. steve: you're now serving but serving budweiser. >> yes, sir. steve: tell us about the red lager because this is historic. >> from what i understand this is old recipe from president george washington. steve: 1756. >> he had a recipe we followed to the letter. this is the result. freedom reserve red lager, yes. steve: proceeds go to folds of honor? >> for every package we sell, a dollar donated to the folds of honor. abby: what does it mean for the veterans? we played the video. it is so incredibly emotional. >> the reaction when we met the recipients of folds of honor. we thought they were tourists. that they were there to tour the brewery and taste the product. turns out they were there to let us know what we did know what we were doing. it was just an amazing interaction between -- because
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we could feel their pain. every one of us standing on veterans side could feel what they were going through. they lost loved ones. it brought back memories when i served, stuff i hadn't thought about in several years t was brought back. it was emotional. brian: daniel, am i right, you stopped serving and you thought what do do i do next? your life is so regimented. >> not knowing but giving back to our veterans and our families and our fallen heroes. it is a great, great honor. the company, anheuser-busch, does an amazing job helping our veterans. abby: are there any other job openings at bud wiser? >> absolutely. steve: last year budweiser, they had america. that was the beer. >> yes, sir. steve: raised millions of dollars for folds of honor. this year freedom reserve, red lager being brewed in georgia. >> hi, everybody back at the
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brew remember. >> it is awesome. it's a greater boo. abby: what does it taste like? >> a little sure are uppy and molasses. it's a great tasting beer. steve: drink it slow. there are a lot of people who want to tate george washington's brew. freedom reserve, red lager. of course it goes to benefit folds of honor. by the way this program will be live at the patriot cup in oklahoma, a week from today on memorial day. abby: that would be great, sergeant. thank you for being with us, and all that you do. thank you so much. steve: is it too early for a beer? abby: no. 5:00 somewhere. >> okay. ♪
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