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thankfully he got out just fine that. would be horrifying. jillian: yes, you think? thanks for watching this morning. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> president trump and the department of justice are now asking the inspector general to investigate the obama administration and the spying they did on the trump campaign. >> it would very troubling to millions of americans if that took place. >> mr. president, thank you again for giving me the opportunity to carry out the critical work of helping protect our country, our people and our way of life. >> there will be a hearing on capitol hill that will take a look at whether current immigration and policies are working? >> have been horrible on border security. >> pompeo at announcing pressure campaign to weaken iran's economy until it changes behavior. >> strongest sanctions in history and we are completing. >> president trump hosting ceremony for nascar series
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champion martin bryan, jr. >> one thing, indeed, they do stand for the national anthem, do they, indeed. [cheers and applause] >> bruno mars again. >> you can't get enough of him. i thought this morning i should have brought y'all a gift. we honestly, we hit the ground running. we did not have time to shop so i do apologize. steve: i went to the royal wedding and all i got was the stupid t-shirt. ainsley: i didn't see that one.
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brian: i don't think you have to get us presents now that you're grown-ups. ainsley: i did find time to shop, you're right. steve: great job and good coverage. glad to have you back. fox news alert, a massive manhunt intensifying this morning for cop killer. ainsley: baltimore police are sending out search dogs, they are looking for the suspect after veteran female cop is killed responding to call. brian: todd piro with the developments live in baltimore. ainsley: good morning, as the sunrises, the search for several suspects intensifies right now, they are wanted in connection with the death of the officer and those suspects considered armed an dangerous. schools in the area opening on time after students were locked well into the evening during day one of manhunt. the female officer was responding to a possible
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burglary. autopsy will help determine how she died. this marks the 26th officer killed on the job this year. >> we are seeing something in the country today that we have never seen before. we are seeing police officers assaulted. the number of officer who is have died in the line of duty is up this year. this is a bad time in the united states for law enforcement and the attacks that are occurring. >> the death to have officer set off a manhunt for the suspects early yesterday afternoon, as you can see, stretched into the evening hours, police search the densely populated suburban neighborhoods in that area. police say they recovered the jeep that was involved but cannot confirm whether it had been stolen or how many people inside it. the officer would have marked 4
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years on the job in july. steve: thank you very much. 4 minutes after the top of the hour. can you imagine this after the president of the united states sent out tweet 36 hours ago where he said, you know, i'm going to demand an investigation into whether or not the department of justice and the fbi had a spy inside my campaign, can you imagine if he actually sat down with the head of the fbi and the guy who was running the collusion investigation? well, that happened yesterday. 4:00 o'clock. can you imagine? the president went along with rod rosenstein's idea that they would have the inspector general look into any irregularity. brian: he's not one who people say he's just a politician or working in the campaign. he's a law and order guy. you didn't give me all the documents. i need these, i don't need that.
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you can't tell me that's how they classify and we can't see that because i have the highest classification. ainsley: i can't believe he didn't request it before that. enough is enough, if no one else is going to ask this, then i'm going to have to do this. i didn't want to be the one. if you're spied on, wouldn't you want to know who did it and why they did it, the vice president sat down with martha last night and he commented on it, listen. >> with the revelations that our campaign may have been the subject of surveillance by the fbi, the president, i think, is grateful that the department of justice is going to have the inspector general look into it and determine and sure that there was no surveillances for political services, but we are confident that as the inspector general has been doing their work, looking at the conduct of the fbi during that period by adding their focus to this, that
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we will get to the bottom of it because the american people have a right to know. brian: what makes you think not one come forward but to be exposed by speaking with clovis, papadopoulos, carter page to see what the russian connections -- ainsley: there might not just be one. nunes said could be more. brian: the other question is pretty quickly as alan dershowitz says, the first time seeing strategy instead of sitting back wondering when it's going to end. rudy said september if he wants interview. you have the vice president saying what the president is saying. steve see john kelly will be the referee between the department of justice who are stonewalling. it was very clear yesterday the fbi and the doj are not going to give up the information because if they tell details regarding that guy, they will have to
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reveal around other informants as well and that's bad for the system so they are not going to do that. ainsley: of course, there's criticism from the left and anything he does. they are all up in arms, freaking out, listen a montage of all the sounds on tape. sounds on tape of different democrats from obama administration going on sunday shows, all the shows yesterday and talking about this. >> i think that's actually very disturbing assault on the independence of the department of justice and when this president or any president tries to use the department of justice as kind of the private investigatory body, that's not good for the country. >> i think what we are seeing here is the president has taken all out assault on the rule of law to a new level and this time he is ordering up an investigation of the
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investigators who are examining his own campaign. you know, that's really shocking. brian: what's shocking about it? steve: not shocking that james clapper and sally yates -- ainsley: why don't they want the information out? steve: rush limbaugh says the original mission of the former administration has failed. >> it's clear that the original objective failed. the original objective is to get rid of trump, they are so powerful they can write media and sell it by convincing people that his election was fraudulent because the russians hated hillary and wanted him to win, it all starts with the russians hacking dnc server. when that didn't work, plan b was to ramp it up and to flood the zone and four different
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stories every day from anonymous sources deep inside the intelligence communities or whatever, furthering the idea that there was collusion by russia with trump. that didn't work. brian: mark pence said yesterday, pollster, best-selling author, he's outraged. what's going on with the investigation? it's got to stop, it's bad for the country as he believed in '98. the president's numbers are going up, what's shrink asking generic people with republicans and democrats. who realizes that, nancy pelosi and chuck schumer, they are trying to come up with something donald trump's terrible and the russians threw the election. ainsley: what's interesting, though, they were all about the russia, russia thing, they start investigating that and we pull back the layers of the onion and
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seems like they were doing something wrong and they are getting caught. it better be good. something good. steve: it is really, good, in fact, ainsley, it has won elections in the past. the democrats are embracing this message, not kidding. drain the swamp. watch. >> president trump has embraced the most egregious establishment-republican norms and appointed the most conflict of interest written cabinet in my lifetime. the swamp has never been more foul or more feted than under this president. >> instead on delivering on his promise to drain the swamp, president trump has become the swamp. you want republicans and their corrupt big donor driven agenda to get out of the way, it is given the american people a raw deal. steve: democrats internal polling have shown that people want to weed out corruption in dc and rather than just talk about how donald trump is a bad guy and republicans stink, they are going to say it's time to
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drain the swamp. ainsley: glad it's original. brian: are you eligible to vote on twitter page? >> am i a friend? unless there's something i don't know. good morning, guys. good morning to you at home. search on for two escaped inmates and suspected killers and widening to three states, three men taking less than 10 minutes to escape from the south carolina detention center after a controlled malfunction and unlocked cell doors, one of them captured. his dad accused of helping him. two still on the loose, both charged with murder. texas governor taking on school shootings, holding first of several round-table discussions. the republican heading to austin to speak to officials about santa fe shooting, the shooter's father speaking out blaming son's rampage on bullying.
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polls opening in kentucky as voters hit ballot box in four states today. in georgia five candidates seek nomination. in arkansas incumbent is facing a challenge from jane morgan and president trump tweeting his support for the governor ahead of the race. primaries being held in georgia, arkansas, kentucky with runoff elections tonight in texas. first-year right of passage. [cheers and applause] jillian: look at that. over a thousand young cadets, forming a human pyramid to cap a 21-foot monument all to mark the end of the year. ainsley: were you topless too?
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steve: covered. coming up, president trump praising the new cia director gina haspel at swearing yesterday. >> you breathe the cia and now you will lead the cia, congratulations. steve: the president's praise after ripping into obama's cia brennan. ainsley: serve and protect and pull 500 tons plane. for adults with advanced non-small cell lung cancer, previously treated with platinum-based chemotherapy, including those with an abnormal alk or egfr gene who've tried an fda-approved targeted therapy, who wouldn't want a chance for another...?
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>> gina, congratulations, no one in the country better qualified for this extraordinary office than you. you live the cia, you breathe the cia and now you will lead the cia, congratulations. brian: president trump congratulating the new cia director gina haspel hours after he slammed the obama-era predecessor john brennan, not mike pompeo. warned paul ryan that they would be harming democracy if they continue actions.
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here former cia chief himself who served in moscow, iraq, pakistan and now most importantly at fox news, daniel hoffman, first off, your impression, for the president to go over there yesterday you thought was special? >> i did, proud moment for cia, workforce. the president delivered an eloquent speech in which he lotted the cia, he spoke of gina haspel's dedication, commitment to the mission, told her enemies to be ware because gina will be a fantastic leader of our mission and our people at the cia. brian: john brennan has been ripping on the president constantly for the last year or, so what's your advice to the president? >> if i were advising the president i would say don't worry about john brennan. let other people take care of him. he's acting like he's an elected politician rather than a nonpartisan director of cia. he's causing harm to national security especially when he speculated as he said that vladimir putin could blackmail
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the president, john brennan walked those comments to new york times later but causes damage. brian: look at record on russia, he allowed them to get into syria, he allowed them to annex crimea, didn't give the head's up on it. he allowed them to russians incur in ukrainians, this is his russian record, it's not president trump's, he's got the russian problem. >> the administration needs to focus on those issues and fixing what was wrong on national security strategy in obama administration and much of it i have to argue that john brennan was responsible for decisions. brian: john brennan urged the gang of 8 to come forward with their intelligence on with the trump administration in 2016 was doing with russia and harry reid went out there and said that's what john brennan wanted me to do, what's that about? >> russia roulette, he outlines
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it pretty clearly how brennan briefed the gang of 8 and senator ried believed this brennan wanted to insert himself into the political debate and that's apparently why senator reid wrote a letter to james comey asking about the investigation. brian: why, what's brennan up to? you know him. >> he's a political appointee, behaving as such. he's forgetting that his responsibility as senior intelligence professional to stick to the facts. the politicians are responsible for strategic political vision and i think that john brennan is crossing the line and causing harm to national security as a result. brian: lack of self-control is striking. we have to you back to talk about iran, the secretary of state's remarks, we will do that later. ten minutes before the bottom of the hour, kids poisoned by adhd medications, our next guest has
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steve: 6:24 in new york city. capital hill hearing to see if immigration policies are working. doesn't seem to be working there. dianne black introducing border wall. people to crowd fund the wall. coming out of your pocket would pay for the wall. tip off illegals and you could go to prison even if you're the mayor, that's the message iowa congressman is saying under act
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proposal. the bill taking aim at the california-oakland mayor after she warned of ice raid. government officials could face up to 5 years in prison. we will keep you posted, all right, ainsley. ainsley: rate of children poisoned by adhd medications accidentally and intentionally is surging, alarming new study nearly 10,000 children hospitalized and three died. our next guest warns about the toxic results as parents are being pressured to medicate children as young as 5 year's old. pediatrician diane join us now. thank you for being here. several stories here that -- when you read the articles that we can talk about today, it involves adhd. are they being overdiagnosed? >> i think it is. you can have a kindergarten
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class with 40 children. they only get physical education one day a week for 45, they have bundles of energy, they need recess, yard and breaks and the teachers are overworked and underpaid and class sizes are big. when the child acts out, have them evaluated, no they are children, want to move and need time to get energy off. they are force today sit all day or sit on a rug, they will start leaning on other kids and bothering other kids because that's what kids do. ainsley: teachers have so much pressure to getting grades. how does a parent know their child has adhd? >> often times the teachers or parents will put pressure, this child needs ridalyn.
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attention issues versus a normal kid that needs to move a little bit more. if you're really concerned that a child has adhd in young children, you can send them to developmental pediatrician, neuropsychologist or child psychiatrist. it's hard to get an appointment with the specialists, across the country there's a huge shortage of the doctors that are able to see children. often times general pediatricians are left to make that decision, is this child, you know, really -- does this child really need medicine. ainsley: what have the danger ifs the child doesn't need the medicine? >> completely in effective, rapid heart beat, agitated. if the child have tick disorder, blinking, making faces, it causes insomnia, you never want to give medicine to somebody who
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does not need that. ainsley: can it lead to drug addiction later in life? >> no, we usually don't see drug addiction but depresses appetite immensely, the kids can only take -- ainsley: another issue you hear about all of the college students, girls are taking to lose weight. >> suppresses appetite. i'm an obesity specialist, the long-time study that kids take adhd from young age, they are skinny when young and within 2 or 3 years they have rapid gain weight or overweight or obese compared to other students after treatment. ainsley: president trump demanding answers from rod rosenstein of possible fbi spy in his campaign. judge andrew napolitano is here to break it all down for us. terrifying moments as police dodge bullets, body cameras capturing the heroic takedown of armed gunman at the trump international doral resort.
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>> you had a great experience watching ainsley. you want to ask her how was her experience in britain. >> it was so much fun. i love that kind of thing. how many times have y'all watched it since you have come back? steve: 5. ainsley: i watched it 3 times.
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steve: you have director of the fbi, deputy attorney general and meeting together with the president, talking a little bit about how going forward the ig is going to look into whether or not there were any funny business regarding spy planted in the campaign and also sounds like john kelly, chief of staff will broker some kind of release of the confidential documents that the republicans and their investigators on capitol hill have been wanting a very long time. >> so we don't know what the president knows but the president learned something in the past several days and he obviously has intelligence and law enforcement sources that report to him which led him to believe that the fbi either had an fbi agent under cover implanted in his campaign or dispatched a person, i think this story is more likely, to communicate with people in the campaign to see if they would spill the beans about any conspiracy to involve receiving
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something of value from a foreign -- steve: what's the deal with the e-mail at one point, the guy asked? >> right, right. look, if the fbi -- i will take the most extreme case. brian: the second part is true. multiple sources say it's true. >> this is the way criminal investigations start, with off the cuff conversations between either law enforcement or somebody working for law enforcement and target of the investigation or somebody familiar with the target. if it's an off the cuff conversation, not in a private place, you don't need a search warrant for it. the fourth amendment protects persons, houses, papers and effects, you're talking to a privacy advocate, even have i have to recognize that the courts say it doesn't protect every conversation, if an fbi got his way into the board room at trump tower for a top-secret meeting, they need a search warrant for that. in order to get a search warrant
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they would need evidence to a judge. if they dispatched someone, we are calling professor, to talk in public places about campaign issues and we know to whom he talked, we interviewed the people who he talked, clovis, papadopoulos, they had an open conversation with him, he takes it back to law enforcement, that's the way criminal investigations often begin. if it reaches level of probable cause, more likely than not we will find more evidence of crimes, they go to federal judge and get a warrant. that's a hypothetical scenario, brian, because we don't know exactly what happened. brian: we don't even know the conversations. we don't know where they took place. >> we don't know who dispatched them and why. this is the president's angst, was the professor dispatched in order to entrap people, was the professor dispatched in order to frustrate and stumble the trump
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campaign or was the professor dispatched because law enforcement had a legitimate reason to believe that there was legitimate evidence of crimes going on, we don't know the answer. ainsley: doj will give classified information, materials, to congress, do you believe that will happen and -- >> no. >> secondly, do they have to tell mueller what's going on, doj? >> okay, let me try and unravel that. i don't believe doj will give everything and i will tell you why, under the law the doj has the right to keep from everyone information that's presented to a grand jury or information that would expose a source when they're still in the midst of a criminal investigation. as ugly as this sounds, mueller's investigation a criminal investigation, the subject of that investigation is the president of the united states. they would never tip their hand to the president or anybody about what they have and where they are going until the investigation is over and they've either written a report about him, charged with
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something or exonerate him. steve: fox news has not confirmed the identity of the source, there are stories floating around in major stories -- >> that's why we are not using the name. brian: from what you know about the law and investigation, does anything seem -- does anything seem -- does anything unnerve you about the process? >> yes. brian: tell me what specifically? >> if the fbi and we have the texts from peter strzok and his friend, we know the attitude that some of them had about donald trump, use the power of law enforcement facilities to interfere or frustrate the trump campaign, that would be a crime of enormous magnitude, the like of which we have never seen in america. brian: they'll say, there was a reason. >> okay, you almost used the right word because you are so good at this, kilmeade, the phrase is suspicion. correct, you're right.
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when you were teach me to swing a bat, you're so good. if there was suspicion, that's the lynchpin of what the government needs to commence a criminal investigation. so if they're pure, if they're not doing this for political reasons, they dispatched the professor or whoever, they have a conversation in a bar about the campaign, they need articulate suspicion as to why they think. steve: that's why they want more details. thank you very much. steve: we learned a lot. >> the news breaks like every 10 minutes. something will happen, trust me before the show is over. brian: in your bedroom you don't have stairs but fireman's pole. >> 4:15 this morning they said get in a half an hour earlier.
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ainsley: let's hand it over to jillian for more headlines. jillian: good morning, son of boston bombing first responder admits to planning terror attack. pleadings guilty plotting to strike college campus in the name of isis, he was arrested in july 2015 after his father a police captain tipped off authorities and he received guns from someone working with the fbi. he faces up to 20 years in prison. dramatic body cam footage capturing fight in president trump's florida golf club. [shots fired] >> shots fired. jillian: this all went down after a man jumped into a gun. he draped an american flag in front desk and started yelling and pulled the firearm. police shooting him in the leg.
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he admitted to setting off the alarm. >> you know, sir, everything is being recorded but your attorney turned off the microphone, probably a wise move. jillian: nobody was seriously hurt. from the white house to the movies, the obama signing multiyear deal and series and the deal includes scripted and unscripted series as well as documentaries and features. former president barack obama, they hope to promote empathy and understanding between people and help them share story to the entire world. major show of strength by new york's finest, the nypd coming together to pull an airplane and raise money for pediatric cancer. just look at this. law enforcement officers from the u.s. and the uk battology see who could pull a plane 100 feet the fastest, the team representing the nassau took the
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prize, blue finest in honor of nypd. that's incredible. steve: america won? jillian: yes, pulling a plane. steve: no kidding, little faster if you want to it take off. ainsley: hard in the beginning but once you get started -- [laughter] steve: 19 minutes before the top of the hour and adam has got the weather headlines. >> thank you very much, beautiful day in parts of the country. unfortunately if you're along the east coast little bit of rain. here is your temperature, 60's, cooler out west mostly temperatures in the 50's to mid 50's, a lot of that rain, though, coming down in northeast. in the next couple of hours, this the largest system moving across the system right now. major cities from dc, new york, boston, by lunchtime, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 o'clock, it's been rainy across the south.
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6 to 8-inches in florida. same case in carolina and virginia. it's going to be soggy, hopefully you brought umbrellas today. steve: either that or use paper. [laughter] ainsley: i have umbrella you can use. brian: really? we will find about the website later. straight ahead, florida congressman ron desantis who wants to be the next governor will be here live. jones could not get in a ride and dana loesch on the aftermath to have texas shooting as well as governor mat, businessman gun politician. steve: plus, faith, family and service are the values that built dollar general into a billion dollar company, the former ceo cal turner, jr., to share how his family's humbled beginning built the empire one dollar. ainsley: thank you for all the toys you provide my daughter.
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brian: here standing headlines, warning, be ware of zombies, sending alert to more than 7,000 customers who lost power dot, dot, due to extreme zombie activity, turns out it was fake city is now investigating how that happened. i'm not kidding, on his way to animal sanctuary near san antonio, that's where he told us he was going when he escaped cargo crate, now safe at new home. a lot of questions, no time. steve: all right, brian, thank you. faith, family and service just a few of the core values that turned once small town business
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dollar general into a multimillion dollar fortune new company, in new memoir my father's business, the former dollar general ceo shares how his family's humbled beginnings built an empire, joining us right now author cal turner, jr. good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: your story is unbelievable. back story, you went to vanderbilt, you went to the navy, you're an officer in the navy and you went to the company business and you could not do any job there but they made you the boss. [laughter] steve: you started at the top. >> helps to be the boss' son. i tried to get over and laugh so i could connect to everyone better. steve: luckily you had your father to teach you the way. you grew up in a small noun kentucky, that's where the core to have business was, customers were farmers and you had to look
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at what the farmers needed? >> indeed, we did. as children we prayed for snow when my father had bought too many and couldn't sell them and pay off the banks if we didn't get results from our prayer. steve: i understand that you had a goal of bringing ministry and faith into business which is for some a tough combination? >> well, it worked in our company where the connection with people is the most important dynamic of retailing and we always had a connection with our customer. steve: brilliant business model because everything is a dollar and i know it started back in the 30's when a dollar was a lot of money. >> yes. steve: today -- my wife and i go to dollar general, we buy batteries, napkins, you want something affordable, you go into that place. >> my dad learned he had a
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problem when he priced shoes a dollar a shoe and found out he was stuck with the right or left, he went over a dollar but even dollar prices that are simple. steve: yeah. what was it like -- i know in your book you talk a lot about the challenges you faced when you were running dollar general, but it must have been tough when you had to fire your brother in the same year the board fired your father, there you are holding the bag. >> that was the toughest year of my life and toughest decision of my life. a whole separate chapter in the book, steve. steve: what a good tease. does the book cost a dollar? >> well, i really wanted it to. steve: one chapter, one dollar, check it out, my father's business, carl turner, jr., thank you. >> thank you, steve. steve: house republicans calling
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for a second special counsel, ron desantis, one of the republicans will join us about 20 minutes and he'll explain what kind of resolution they have called for and she called our president a white supremacist now espn host jamile hill is journalist of the year, lawrence jones has something to say about that, come on in, lawrence before discovering nexium 24hr to treat her frequent heartburn, lucy could only imagine enjoying a slice of pizza. now it's as easy as pie. nexium 24hr stops acid before it starts for all-day, all-night protection. can you imagine 24 hours without heartburn? let's do an ad of a man eating free waffles at comfort inn. they taste like victory because he always gets the lowest price on our rooms, guaranteed, when he books direct at choicehotels.com. or just say badda book, badda boom.
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ainsley: she once blasted the president as white supremacist but the controversial espn hosts deserve a big award. steve national black journalist awarded jamille hill with
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journalist of the year award. brian: lawrence jones, she's commentary whether you agree with her or not, that's a brand-new nuance to the category. >> this is not something that we should be promoting. at the end of the day, i want people that look like me, people that looked up to her to have someone on tv that will fit forever, show them that they can do it. now she can't do it. now she's unemployed. that's what the black association of journalism, we will applaud unemployment and that's not something i stand for. steve: when i was in journalism school it was about facts but now apparently journalism looks a lot like activism. sometimes you watch the briefing at the white house, a lot of activists in there. >> activism is starting to pay more because they will continue to keep their job. at the end of the day, you can have opinions about donald trump, a lot of times i agree
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with policies, at the end of the day, you have to know your audience, you have to know who you represent. half of the country is on the right, half is on the left and i think she made a bad business move. ainsley: when they pulled her off the show, the ratings went up. >> of course, because you are bashing people that voted for the president, i just don't think it's a smart move when you get into this business of entertainment. you are always going to disappoint someone when you start talking about politician. ainsley: she uses platform to address national, social and cultural issues in addition to sports, nearly broke the internet last year when she criticized president donald trump. >> the platform that she no longer has? brien: if she does the right thing, big story and she loses her job, a lot of times your editors don't appreciate your work, if you do a good job, my question is, her commentary made
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the network look bad, is that your contention? >> at tend of the day she wasn't representing her audience. at tend, we are here to pay bills, this is capitalist, free-market industry where your job is determined by her ratings, if her ratings were highed she would be on air no matter what. you're there to serve audience, give them the content that they need and she would have kept job. ratings went up after ever since she left. steve: this organization has been in business for a long time and that's the woman that they we wanted to give the award to and they're free to do that. >> they are free to give awards, but standard as black journalist that you want to set for the next generation, i thought we believed in black business owners, how can she donate to those black folks if she doesn't have a platform. if i had a little girl, if she wanted to go to sports, she can look up to jamele, well, there's
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no jamele anymore. steve: he will be later today on outnumbered on the channel. we will be watching, lawrence. >> thank you very much. brian: johnny joey jones and dana loesch. my mom washes the dishes... ...before she puts them in the dishwasher. so what does the dishwasher do? new cascade platinum lets your dishwasher be the dish washer. three cleaning agents dissolve, lift and rinse away food the first time. new cascade platinum.
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your teen may not be vaccinated against meningitis b. meningitis b strikes quickly. be quick to talk to your teen's doctor about a meningitis b vaccine. ainsley: president trump demanding answers from ag rod rosenstein after possible fbi spy in his campaign. >> that would be a crime of enormous magnitude to the like which we have never seen in america. >> will we finally find out the truth about this? director clapper and the rest of them are going to be wearing some orange suits. >> out of baltimore a massive manhunt intensifying for cop killer. >> this is a bad time in the united states for law enforcement and the attacks that are occurring. >> gina becomes the first woman ever to lead the cia. [cheers and applause] >> proud moment for cia, for workforce, the president delivered just an eloquent speech. jillian: on capitol hill we will take a look at whether current
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immigration and border policies are working. >> we have laws that are the worst anywhere in the world. >> president trump honoring nascar. >> one thing i know about nascar, they, do indeed, stand for the playing to have national anthem, right? ♪ ♪ steve: what a lovely day, may 22, 2018 here in studio f, "fox & friends". ainsley: end of may, y'all. steve: we are getting closer. brian: memorial day straight ahead. a lot going on including the president has game plan to fight back against what he thinks is as you might have heard the witch hunt or,/the mueller probe and it is to go on the offensive.
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it started rudy gull andy coming on the couch and others and saying, listen, i'm representing the now, let's bring this thing to an end and then when i see the vice president, let's bring there thing to an end. ainsley: look at that in the screen, investigating the investigators. the president is asking to investigate the fbi, did you ever think that would happen, you would read that on the screen? steve: when he sent out the tweet that he would demand on monday that the doj look into the possibility that there was a spy there and then yesterday he actually met with the guy who is the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and christopher wray who runs the fbi and they are all in the room, so were you guys spying on me, they both agreed along with the president that the best way going forward would be to have the inspector general or department of justice look into whether or not there were irregularities, unfortunately the inspector general doesn't have subpoena power. he can't call, if they want to show up it's one thing, brennan
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off limits, comey off limits, mccabe off limits, who is he going to talk to? ainsley: devin nunes has made his name, to hand over documents, hand over classified information, we want to know what you handed over the fisa courts, we want to know why you were surveilling someone within the trump campaign, now they are saying, the djo they will hand over the secret documents. brian: by the way something else they are doing, senator grassley also asked for documents, doj documents on bruise ohr and connection, judge andrew napolitano was with us, kelly has a different mandate, he's in charge of overseeing that we get all of the documents. ainsley: will we get all the documents? brian: if anyone will get it is -- general kelly will. >> i don't believe doj will give
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up everything. under the law the doj has the right to keep from everyone information that's presented to a grand jury or information that would expose a source when they're still in the midst of a criminal investigation. as ugly as this sounds, mueller's investigation is a criminal investigation. the subject of that investigation is the president of the united states. they would never tip their hand to the president or anybody about what they and where they are going until the investigation is over and they've either written a report about him, charged him with something or exonerated him. steve: in the meantime you have the republican lawmakers with investigators on capitol hill, we want to know more about the confidential source, you've been reading about this guy, his identity not confirmed by fox news, sounds like he was a professor, the republicans say we need more information about the informant but the doj is saying disclosing his identity and confidential details would threaten the safety of other informants and then you've got
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michael caputo who used to be part of trump team, he says, okay, i've heard the stories about that one single informant, he was approached by a second one and it spells big trouble from some very familiar names from the obama administration. listen to this. >> let me tell you something that i know for a fact, this informant, this person that they planted, try today -- tried to plan in the campaign if you believe axios, he's not the only person, obama agency is not the only one at campaign, i know because they came at me, i'm looking for clearance from my attorney to reveal, when we finally find out the truth about this, director clapper and the rest of them are going to be wearing some orange suits. brian: they are figuring out, wait, if this professor and the way he did things with
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papadopoulos, page, they are thinking to themselves, who else came up to me that made no sense, who came up to me at bar or restaurant or at gym, mike caputo apologized to carter page about things he said about him after more revelations came forward. carter page said i will wait because i don't like when people jump into conclusions about me. the question is not only did caputo think to himself, what do i have. caputo is a perfect example of the danger of special counsel. he's had to sell his house, he had to refinance, he needs to find a way to pay legal bills. same thing with michael flynn. pay legal bills. anyone who gets a call for mueller, they have to pay tens of thousands and their lives are put in hyperspace because nobody wants to hire somebody in investigation. when people say let mueller do
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his thing, there are people paying with lives and sanity while he does his thing. steve: the story is circulating that it sounds like by the first day of september this could be over at this case maybe then we will have some answers. brian: denied by official in the mueller probe in new new york ts today. steve: not surprising. ainsley: remember the president sat down for a round-table discussion and called ms-13 awful members, he called them animals, well, the left has gone crazy with this and said, you know, these are individuals, these are god's children, the white house is tripling down on this, they have released a fact sheet on what you need to know on how violent they are. listen to what the media is saying about it, though. >> is it appropriate for a president to ever call anyone an animal even if they are gang members? >> yeah, i think that's something to watch out for, the history of political leaders
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dehumanizing opponents even criminals and using animal metaphors is a dangerous one. that's not something that we should accept from an american president. >> do i think there's serious problem with the president dehumanizing any group of people in the united states even if they are hardened criminals. steve: okay, so that is how some members in the mainstream media reacted to what the president had said, yesterday they circulated -- the white house did fact sheet and the title is what you need to know about the violent animals of ms-13. ainsley, you're absolutely right, they tripled down on it. it goes into among other things, one ms-13 case gang member stabbing men, ripping his heart out, goes on and on talking essentially and confirming the white house assessment that some of these people are animals. brian: so the president also had a chance to sit down with some people who are doing their best to fight illegal immigration yesterday and he also tripled down on what he wants with
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border security. now congressman diane black has a good idea, crowd funding the wall but the president is losing a lot of patience, listen. >> we have laws that are the worst anywhere in the world as far as stopping people from coming in, but with that being said, we are down over 40% border crossings. the only reason they get through is because of weak laws that really have been given to us by weak people in congress, the democrats have been horrible on border security, frankly it shouldn't be allowed and many of them are standing there and sitting there and agreeing with me 100%. steve: there he is with some of the republican governors at dinner last night. he also said catch and release has got to end. ainsley: doesn't it boil your mind that people are defending ms-13 members? seems to be defending them versus the victims.
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family members that were sitting for state of the union address, they couldn't recognize their little girl's bodies they were brutally attacked and killed by ms-13. steve: the white house has tripled down. brian: the president will be in long island where ms-13, right around where ms-13 have taken ruth, hundreds of members there and he will be speaking at 1:00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon so he's not stopping. steve: neither are we. we have headlines with jillian. jillian: good morning to you, to you at home as well, starting with texas governor greg abbott taking on school shootings, first of several round-table discussions today on gun violence. meeting focuses on finding solutions after santa fe shooting, the republican scrapping shotgun voucher on website. school shooter dimitrios pagourtzis used shotgun to kill ten people last week. his father blames his son's rampage on bullying.
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president trump meeting with south korean president today to siren out details of upcoming summit with north korea, the pair remaining in close contact ahead of meeting in singapore, comes international reporters arrive at area. voting is under way in two of four southern states holding primaries today n georgia a crowded republican field for governor as five candidates seek nomination. in arkansas incumbent governor is hoping to ride out fresh endorsement from president trump, facing challenge from morgan. polls have just opened in georgia and kentucky, still about 30 minutes to go in arkansas. in texas runoff voting begins in less than an hour. president trump welcomes the reining nascar champion to the white house, commander in chief praising his sports commitment to patriotism. >> i will tell you one thing i know about nascar, they do,
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indeed, brian, stand for the playing of the national anthem, right? [cheers and applause] >> they do, indeed. jillian: you know what that is, president trump taking dig at nfl players who take a knee to protest racial inequality. he's repeated criticized those athletes even suggesting they be fired. we will send it thank you. steve: all right, jillian, thank you very much. brian: maybe it'll be over this year and no one will be kneeling. ainsley: yeah right. brian: house republicans calling for a second special counsel to investigate alleged misconduct of the fbi and doj, ron desantis is one of them, he's here to explain how that will help us next. ainsley: with the president's winning message. >> we need to drain the swamp and we are going to do it and we are doing it. drain the swamp. >> drain the swamp! drain the swamp! ainsley: well, get this, now the democrats are trying to steal it as their campaign slogan,
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steve: all eyes on capitol hill where our next guest introducing resolution of special counsel investigate alleged misconduct in doj, ron desantis, congressman, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: why do we need a second special counsel? >> we need people to be held accountable how the hillary e-mail investigation was conducted and we will get a lot of information on that when the ig report lands, hopefully very soon, but we also need to get people to be held accountable for any fisa abuse that occurred and then how did this investigation into the trump campaign start and was it on the up and up from the very beginning, there's always a lot of questions about that and i don't think that the justice department is going to be able to investigate themselves, i think that they've resisted our inquiries here in congress for long enough and so it's time that we did have a special
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counsel. steve: sure, apparently the white house was okay with rod rosenstein's suggestion yesterday in oval office looking into any irregularities, the department of justice would, congressman, you know an inspector general for the department of justice can only talk to people who work at the department of justice, people who have left government, off limits. >> no subpoena power and then obviously they're not prosecutor, so if they uncover evidence of criminal misconduct, inspector general can't prosecute that and ends up being a lengthy process. look, the ig can do it. i don't think it's mutually exclusive, fine, have him look at it, we in the congress need the information and you al need special counsel. steve: one to have things they agree today chief of staff john kelly would broker between department of justice and fbi and you folks in these congress the classified document that is you have been requesting for a very long time, i know that you feel like the department of justice has been stonewalling but the department of justice
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says, we have been completely cooperating with them. who is right? >> come on, steve, we have been doing this for months and months. road block after road block. i think jim jordan and mark meadows wrote the president a letter, let's declassify the stuff, the american people deserve the truth and his action in response to that letter to say, look, we've got to get congress this information so i applaud the president for doing that. i think it's great for transparency and i think john kelly will be able to get these guys in line. steve: were you surprised by the sound bite we played ten minutes ago about michael caputo who used to be part of the campaign, he can't talk about it publicly until he gets clearance from his lawyer, he felt that there was a second informant inside the trump campaign at some point. >> we definitely need to get the answer to that question. one of the articles in the washington post recently that was leaked by people in doj and fbi said that there was at least
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one. even the people leaking raised the possibility that there may have been more than one. we absolutely need to know who was involved, how many people, who was paid, were they directed by people at fbi to do this, how did it happen, we need all the facts on that. steve: excellent question and complicated one. this is a gigantic 10,000 peace puzzle. will the american people ultimately find out what happen? >> i think so. there's a lot of resistance because you have been covering it for months now. steve: we have indeed, ron desantis, thank you for joining us live. >> thank you. steve: 7:20 in new yorks, we have seen counties rallying against sanctuary city and now a whole state looking to ban them. we will talk about that. the democrats are rallying around a new message and might sound familiar, their message is drain the swamp
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scuba divers. [inaudible] >> i think he said oh, my god, oh, my god. the shark swimming feet away from divers exploring a ship wreck. no one was hurt. ainsley. ainsley: thank you, brian. it is one of the president's most familiar rallying cries, listen. >> the american people will learn which politicians are part of the swamp and which politicians want to drain the swamp. we need to drain the swamp and we are going to do it and we are doing it. drain the swamp. >> drain the swamp! drain the swamp! ainsley: now democrats are taking a cue from the president's play book and dramatic shift from their own message, listen. >> the swamp has never been more foul or more feted than under this president. >> instead of delivering on his
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promise to drain the swamp, president trump has become the swamp. ainsley: but will their new campaign slogan work, here to debate this spokesperson kaleigh and jessica, thanks ladies for being with us. >> welcome back. ainsley: watching cinderella get married. >> amazing. ainsley: back to reality. let's talk politics, get out of fairy tale land. why are they doing cincinnati. >> well, if you can't beat them, join them, this is a clear effort to take and co-op the president's very powerful antielite, antiwashington message but the problem, ainsley, is democrats appear not to have look intoed the mirror before they put this plan together, because if they looked in the mirror, they would have seen dnc that rigged the election for hillary clinton,
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podesta, loretta lynch, the queen to have swamp, hillary clinton, in particular to watch nancy pelosi and chuck schumer stand there announcing drain the swamp message as we are learning about the fbi, obama's fbi spying on trump campaign via the fisa process and via informant, ironic and perhaps democrats should find a good message. >> what happened here is president trump took the democrats' message because that's what we ran on in 2006 during midterms so actually it was ours first. do i think it's important for democrats to be messaging and i would add that it's greater, better deal message where we focus on the economy and health care and now we are looking at anticorruption, having to look in the mirror, that's part and parcel of this and why focus on pay for play scandals, bribery, what happened with senator menendez is important to say not only do we want to point out what's happening with republicans but we want to make
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sure that anything is going on internally with us, things we can change and how we can be better for the american people is important to us, so i think it swings both ways there but at this moment in time when there's so many scandals in the trump administration, when you look at pruitt, for instance u when you look at what happened with shulkin, ben carson, 20,000-dollar table, i don't know how much it cost, you need to look at exactly what is going on in the administration and also stay away from russia, so this is a way to look at corruption without just saying russia collusion, russia collusion. ainsley: if you don't agree with the slogan, what should the slogan be, if you look at some of the facts, nancy pelosi has said she wants to raise taxes, she wants open borders, she said the gang members, the president calling them animals, she believes in dignity and worth of every person. if you had to come up with a slogan for democrats or nancy pelosi who you said earlier is
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the swamp, what would you say? >> it would be reaching across the aisle, working with the president. this is a president elected by the american people, he got more votes in the republican primary than any candidate in the history of our party. he has extraordinary support among the american people, work with him, make your slogan reach across the aisle, you've said you want infrastructure democrats, well, president trump gave you a plan, you said you want daca, president trump gave you a plan, instead of obstructing work with the president. that would be a powerful message. ainsley: jessica, last word. ry don't mind that so much. [laughter] >> we do agree on that especially with so many democrats up for reelection in states that president trump won in 30, 40 cases, reaching across the aisle, joe manchin and joe donnelly, at the end of the day, as i say i think every week the economy, health care, great and butter issues, that's what will win it for us.
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ainsley: ladies, thanks for being here. remember when madeline said this at hillary clinton rally? >> just remember there's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. [cheers and applause] ainsley: wow, now it appears hillary clinton isn't following that advice, we will explain next and the police dash cam video that you have never seen before. these police officers, they can sing. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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ainsley: back with a massive fox news alert. massive manhunt intensifying for a cop killer. brian: baltimore police sending out search dogs after a female cop is killed. steve: todd piro with the breaking developments. reporter: those suspects are considered armed and dangerous. meantime schools in the area opening on time but with a very heavy police presence after students were locked into their buildings well into day one of the manhunt. according to the baltimore county police chief the female officer was responding to a possible burglary and witnesses hearing a pop and saw her get run over by a jeep. >> we can confirm the jeep was involved in the crime. this was a suspicious vehicle called. this was the vehicle our suspects were in or fleeing from
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shortly after the officer was injured. reporter: the death of the officer set off a manhunt for the suspects early yesterday afternoon into the evening as you see on the video as police searched the densely populated suburban neighborhoods in the area. review of body cam video will help determine how she died but this marks the 26th officer killed on the job this year. the unidentified officer would have marked four years on the force in july. steve, ainsley, brian, back to you. steve: it's a terrible story. ainsley: 26 killed so sarfar this year? we're only in may. brian: may 21st last year, 15. last year all last year, 35. steve: witnesses heard a pop and they saw this particular officer run over by a jeep. the police chief in baltimore county, said this is a bad time to be a police officer and
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wearing the uniform. listen. >> it's a terrible -- we're seeing something in this country in this country we've never seen before. we're seeing police officers assaulted. a number of officers who have died in the line of duty is up this year. the officers who died at the hands of gunshots is up. and so we're telling everybody, be on your toes. don't be complacent. work with each other. this is a bad time in the united states for law enforcement and attacks that are occurring. brian: think about it. people thinking about getting into this business, maybe i should try something else. maybe he will not go to the academy, not worth the risk. there may be family pressure to do it or retire early. ainsley: cops are taking uniforms off when finished with their shift, because they're scared of being seen in public. some states are trying to pass laws, you kill a police officer you get the death penalty or you're behind bars for life. steve: police officers are getting dressed at this moment, they're going to work, am i coming home tonight.
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it is tough. they are currently using aircraft. they are using dogs. they are trying to find the suspects in the baltimore area. we'll keep you posted. ainsley: meanwhile let's hand it over to jillian who has more headlines. jillian: that's right. we have number of stories. a dramatic body cam video with police making dramatic rescues in last year's deadly fires in california. >> get in my car, ma'am. >> i'm so terrified. >> it is like life and death right now. >> glad we found you. your whole street is on fire right now. jillian: wow, that video obtained by the "san jose mercury news," you can see officers going door-to-door in santa rosa telling people they need to get out. some though refused to leave. hillary clinton will not endorse actress cynthia nixon for governor. but according to her friend madeleine albright, isn't that
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wrong? >> remember there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. [cheering] jillian: albright making comments at hillary campaign rally. you can see hillary laughing at that the comment. she will endorse governor andrew cuomo. the primary is in september. spacex's elon musk showing a glimpse of the company's drag gone ship which one day could be used to transport humans into space. crazy. musk showing picture of the testing online. the crew dragon will be put inside a chamber to make sure their electrical systems work in place. not only does he protect and sieve this police officer can hit the high notes. ♪
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jillian: watch his partner. he is not even phased. that is kansas city police officer lamont jackson singing love ballad by the group, ltd. his performance and rightfully so is going viral. steve: i want the partner to start singing. ainsley: i did too. brian: whoever is working the dash-cam camera, good job. quality and depth, likes hdtv. my goodness. ainsley: he has a beautiful voice. steve: should book him on the show. ainsley: good idea. steve: concert series starts this friday with lee greenwood. ainsley: i will do that. steve: this friday live from the intrepid we'll have lee greenwood. adam, we hope it will be nice and dry that day. >> that will be improving. today unfortunately is not the case. we have good crowd out here. we have folks from tennessee,
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nebraska, florida, texas. good crowd. we have an umbrella, right? we do have an umbrella. rain is on the way. temperatures comfortable on east side of the country. if you're in the western side of the country, a little cooler, spots down into 40s and 50s. the rain is approaching the norm east. we'll take a zoom on it. we'll see a couple of inches of rain, at times heavy rain. getting closer to the lunchtime area. but the eastern half of the country has been soggy. four times you've been out here. four times you've been out here. no one come and seen you so far. >> i'm so excited. >> what is your name? >> lori darnell. san antonio, texas. >> i'm the one who showed up said hi. i'm making fans an friends. steve: good job,. ainsley: i used to live there. san antonio. it is awesome.
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steve: we have quick headlines for you on this tuesday morning. the world famous thunderbirds arriving in colorado springs ahead of the academy graduation. the team will perform at the end of tomorrow's ceremony at falcons stadium. it is awesome. freshmen at the naval academy complete a rite of passage. [cheering] over 1000 cadets completing human climb. they try to climb a 21-foot pyramid monument, slathered with greece. they put a cap at the top to announce the year is officially over. brian: last week's shooting in texas calling for armed protection in school campuses. it was the 16th shooting. a sheriff in florida is wasting no time in action vowing to put
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a armed officer in every public school campus in his county this week. polk county sheriff grady judd joins us now. you saw santa fe, that's it, we're doing this week. how are you doing it? >> well, brian, we're working wg with the police departments in the city an of course my deputies in the county. we had to change over 400 schedules in order to cover the next four days. we're covering an additional 106 schools. in addition to our sros and srds that were already on campus. you know what? the children are worth it. brian: right. it is, you have to take action, we don't know what texas is going to do but the big question do you have the money and resources to do this long term? >> we don't for sheriff's deputies but let me explain what we did in the state of florida. we passed a law, we said, hey, the talking is over, it is time for action. as a result, the legislators provided money for sros and
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what we call, safe school guardians. and as of august 13th of next year, for the first time in the history of the state of florida, every public school campus will have trainedded armed security, called a guardian or school resource officer. we'll do everything we can to protect the children. brian: they are pretty trained. you were telling me in the break, they will have over 100 hours of firearms training? what else are you doing for them? >> brian, that's correct. in fact, when you look at the discipline of firearms, 25% more training for the guardian than to be a certified police officer. and we're arming them and coaching them and teaching them but at the end of the day, this is just one of many, many different layers. brian: you will put it in every school. i think that is where we're heading. the question, what is the money coming from? the florida is doing well. they have a surplus. what about poorer states that want their kids safe.
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what do you recommend they do? is it federal funding? >> federal funding can always help. you can take your existing resources on your campuses, give them detailed backgrounds, psychologicals, drug screens, ask for volunteers and give them the same training for approximately 1500 to $2500 a piece. so you can do it inexpensively. you have to quit talking and start acting that is it what we're doing in florida. brian: sheriff, for me personally, we don't know the reasons. some say video games. some say psycho tropic drugs, some say bullying is up. we didn't wait when it comes to airports. why are we waiting so long when it comes to schools? >> i wish i could understand that. there are evil poss all over this country and they're planning the next active shooting right now. brian: yeah. >> i can tell you in this county, in this county, in our sheriff's departments, if you show up on campus the talking is
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over. we'll shoot you a lot. we'll protect our children. brian: we know this guy got in for 30 minutes. there was a marine teacher there who knows how to use a firearm but they're not allowed to have firearms in the school. therefore the guy was having target practice again with kids and students. but you're not waiting. and that's the message. you're training guardians to go out there in the meantime. you have officers in there. sheriff grady judd. thanks so much. >> brian, thank you so much. we can't keep doing the same old thing and expect ridiculous results. it is time for exactly. brian: the people of florida, the legislature did act. he lost both his legs serving our country overseas. johnny joey jones is firing back. he wanted to go on a ride at six flags, they threw him off the ride for quote, not having real legs. he is here live to share his experience next. president trump unleashing capitalism, making america open for business. kentucky governor matt bevin joins us next hour to tell us
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♪ brian: six flags, georgia, is facing backlash after banning a double amputee veteran from this ride. ainsley: johnny joey jones lost both his legs in a bomb blast serving all of us over in afghanistan, tweeting, i got kicked off a fully-enclosed ride at six flags, like one i have ridden at universal studios for not having quote, real legs. steve: here is retired u.s. army corps bomb technician, johnny joey jones. good morning to you.
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>> good morning, guys. steve: this is the official rule regarding the ride you were on according to six flags over georgia. riders must have one functioning arm and one functioning leg absent prosthetic devices. the apparently the concern is that you have two prosthetic legs. >> to be honest, it is not this particular ride i was asked to get off of that was the problem. it was how i was asked to get off the ride. once i left the ride, i researched the policy every single ride in the park, i can't get on a tilt-a-whirl, i am restricted to things that don't move because of my legs. for the policy for every ride the verbiage is different. one may say no prosthetics are allowed. one might say absent prosthetics. one may say fully functioning leg. the next one it may say all arms and legsed attached. when you go down the policy what you see is severe absence of
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common sense and a big worry of liability. a lot of people have quoted to me, a marine fell out after roller coaster and died in 2010, the same year i got injured, ironically. but if you look at him, his physical body was completely different than mine. i have my legs down to where my niece were. what that means any type of device like a lap bar will function as designed on me. my legs will not stop that from workings. but the fact they don't put the policy out there, he didn't say you can't ride this ride. go bake to so-and-so. he said you can't ride had ride. i said why. because you don't have real legs. ainsley: six flags released a statement. we apologize to mr. jones for any inconvenience. to assure safety, guests with certain disabilities are restricted from riding certain rides and attractions. they are customized by ride and developed for the safety of all our guests. the rules are the rules, many people will say that i look at you. i know what you have done for our country. you lost your legs in
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afghanistan. how can we ask you to go to war you can't ride a simple ride. what is your message to six flags? do you want them to change the rules so someone in your situation can ride the rides? what can you do with your legs? >> let me be specific, the same rule stopped me have gotten on roller coaster next to it, that doesn't leave the ground. my message from six flags. i don't hate you. i don't want to tell people not to go there. i want to you apply the same care of thoughtfulness, universal disney, seaworld, everywhere else i have gone and ridden roller coasters and done so safely, i want you to apply the same knowledge and expertise to apply. they looked for a way to accommodate me, not a way to restrict me because of liability. brian: not just you. other people similar reasons whether it happened in war orbiter or cancer, they will go you there the same thing. that will be an important statement. >> absolutely. i'm happy to work with six flags. i'm happy to be their test dummy
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if they need it. but the fact only prohibiting factors of the lap bar or shoulder harness can function as designed. my body will do that. brian: johnny joey jones. thank you. next hour, kentucky governor matt bevin. over the last 24 hours, you finished preparing him for college. in 24 hours, you'll send him off thinking you've done everything for his well-being. but meningitis b progresses quickly and can be fatal, sometimes within 24 hours. while meningitis b is uncommon, about 1 in 10 infected will die. like millions of others,
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♪ ainsley: president trump demanding answers from deputy ag rod rosenstein about a possible fbi spy in his campaign. >> that would be a crime of enormous magnitude the like of which i don't believe we ever seen in american history. steve: all eyes on capitol hill where republican lawmakers are demanding a second special counsel. >> i don't think the justice department will be able to investigate themselves. i think they have resisted our inquiries in congress for long enough. brian: secretary of state mike pompeo announcing the administration pressure campaign to weaken iran's economy until it changes its behavior. >> these will indeed end up being the strongest sanctions in history when we are complete. ainsley: democrats are taking a cue from the mr.'s playbook in dramatic shift from their own message. >> drain the swamp. >> if you can't beat them, joan
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them. this is clear effort to take and co-opt the president's very powerful elite and anti-washington message. ainsley: they scale the first year rite of passage, all to mark the end of the year. [cheering] ♪ steve: might as well jump. live from new york city, hour three for may 22nd, 2018. "fox & friends," world's number one cable morning news show thanks to folks like you. ainsley returned from across the pond. ainsley: yesterday my daughter got her very first trophy. every one in the class got a trophy, doing what? ainsley: kids in sports. a program they have here learn every week how to play one sport. steve: was this week jump? ainsley: that is why i thought about it. they asked them to run around in a circle. now they said jump around in a circle. they're supposed to hop.
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my daughter can't really do it. it is really cute. anyway -- she got a trophy anyway for participating. but she is 2 1/2. you know i understand when you're like 7 or 8 you get the trophy if you're the best. at this age can't every one get a trophy. steve: we still like trophies. don't give them to everybody. ainsley: it is in her crib. steve: talk a little bit about this. there was a crazy meeting yesterday at the white house t was president of the united states, the guy who runs the fbi and also the department of justice, deputy attorney general. they were all talking about mr. trump's tweet a couple days earlier, the day earlier where he said, you know, something is fishy is going on there. was there a spy inside my campaign? if so i want answers. >> some people are being critical of that. but if you think about it, if you're running for president, and someone is spying on you, being funded by your opponent, or being tracked to your
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opponent, wouldn't you want to know about it? wouldn't you want to know some answers? he wanted people to do investigation for him. no one was stepping up to the plate. holed this is meeting, you know what, i've been trying to get to the bottom of it. you've been saying russia, russia, all the time, i'm sick of it. you didn't find anything there. we're starting to peel the onion apart and seeing more layers, he says it looks fishy. why did you spy on me? what was your reason? was it politically motivated. brian: there was a at least three meetings and at least with carter page, papadopoulos and sam clovis. judge napolitano was here, he talked about in relevance what the big deal is, where this could be heading. could the sitting administration be spying on the trump campaign? listen. >> i don't believe doj will give everything and i'll tell you why, because under the law the doj has the right to keep from every one information it
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presented to a grand jury or information that would expose a source when they are still in the midst of a criminal investigation. as ugly as this sounds, mueller's investigation is a criminal investigation. the subject of that investigation is the president of the united states. they would never tip their hand to the president, to anybody, about what they have and where they're going until the investigation is over. and they have either written a report about him, charged him with something or exonerated him. steve: you have got the judge talking about how going forward it was brokered yesterday. john f. kelly will essentially be the referee. all the congressional republicans that want the top secret documents, he will broke iter between the department of justice and fbi and congress. but then it resolves yesterday regarding the tweet around that perhaps spy, the confidential source inside the campaign. michael caputo who was with the trump campaign for a while, he
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says there could be more than one person who infiltrated the trump circle, and if that's true, this could be very bad for some familiar names from the obama white house. >> let me tell you something that i know for a fact, this informant, this person that they planted, tried to plant into the campaign, even into the administration if you believe axios, he is not the only person that came with the campaign. the fbi is not only obama agency that came with the campaign. i know because they came at me. i'm looking for clearance from my attorney to reveal this to the public. this is just the beginning. i'll tell you when we finally find out the truth about this, director clapper and the rest of them are going to be wearing some orange suits. brian: this guy is paid a lot because of the mueller investigation, because of the house investigation. michael caputo who is not even with the trump campaign, i believe was a volunteer, playing a vital role and has the
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president's respect, left when corey lewandoski left because of ill-advised tweet because of corey lewandoski's leaving. he had to remortgage his house in buffalo. his big sin was being friends with the president. michael flynn, same thing, he had to go ahead maybe cut a deal because he couldn't even afford to make his house payments after a while. ainsley: just about doing the right thing, no matter if you're a republican or democrat. if they are sending someone in, if any political party is sending someone in to spy on an opponent, that is wrong. that's wrong. we need to know answers why it was done. steve: because these congressional republicans, keep in mind, with three coequal branches of government, you have congress which has oversight over the administration which the is department of justice and the fbi. according to a number of congressional republicans, the department of justice has been stonewalling when it comes to getting some of these documents.
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so that is why congressman ron desantis of florida is one of three lawmakers, including mark meadows and jim jordan calling for a second special counsel. why? listen. >> we need people to be held accountable for how the hillary email investigation was conducted and we're going to get a lot of information on that when the ig report lands hopefully very soon. we also need to get people to be held accountable for any fisa abuse that occurred. how did this investigation into the trump campaign start. was it on up and up from the very beginning? there is a lot of questions about that i don't think the justice department will be able to investigate themselves. i think they resisted their inquiries from congress long enough and i think it is time we have a special counsel. brian: senator graham said i don't think we need another special counsel on anything. it doesn't work.
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further divides the country. i understand the frustration on the right and the left depending where the target is. my goodness, so debilitating. taxing what it takes out of you. what we're not doing because of it. steve: brian, do you trust the department of justice to investigate themselves? brian: the department of justice who is hired by the president should be at least responsive to the president. there is inspector general overseeing it f you have an investigation into james clapper, john brennan, james comey don't show up, they will say a lot. the inspector general -- that the country does not benefit from this the 9/11 style investigation, when people aren't defensive, when they can be open, say how do we fix it, that is when it works. steve: but here is the thing, the inspector general what they're talking about right there between the white house and the congressional republican s yesterday, he doesn't have subpoena power.
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he can't get james comey in. he can't get mr. clapper in. they can't impanel a grand jury. that is why a lot of people go, you know what? i don't see how they can investigate themselves. brian: are you going to look at the ig report which is due out this month, which has to be next week, this week or next week, will you look at it differently? are there conclusions because they didn't have subpoena power? >> ig reports savages james comey not moving fast enough to get a warrant into hillary's email server. ainsley: people don't care how it is done. they want it over. they want answers. if you have a special counsel, another investigation. it is muddying waters even more. brian: divides it red and blue. i don't care where you stand -- >> we're divided. >> of course you did, president yelling out drain the swamp. and the crowd would say, drain the swamp. he was talking about nancy pelosi, right? chuck schumer, all the people that have been in washington.
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steve: the establishment. ainsley: that's right, the establishment. not getting anything done in his mind. now those two people considered the swamp they want to join the swamp. that is the new democratic slogan. listen to this. >> president trump embraced the most egregious establishment republican norms and appointed the most conflict of interest ridden cabinet in my lifetime. the swamp has never been more foul or more feted than under this president. >> instead of delivering on his promise to drain the swamp, president trump has become the swamp. we want republicans and their corrupt big donor driven agenda to get out of the way. it has given the american people a raw deal. steve: apparently democrats internal poll having shown in the upcoming election they want folks to do something about corruption in washington. so that is why they're going to pull the plug on the swamp. ainsley: we asked you guys to weigh in on this.
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ricky says, you can't get them to drain their own swimming pool. brian: david says the democrats couldn't come up a message and stole one that works so well for president trump. what is next, blue maga hats? >> nancy pelosi did use that in 2006, by the way. since they're taking drain the swamp. maybe next year we'll hear chuck and nancy say, build the wall. funny stuff. keep the email coming and tweets and whatnot. we read them all day long. ainsley: it was nancy pelosi's slogan in 2006? >> when she was working to be speakser. brian: we work over a wide shot from ted, thanks, ted, there is crowd funding for the wall. more people written us, why don't we do a way to finance the wall on our own? so crowd funding starts. congresswoman diane black. steve: 25 billion? brian: how much do you want to
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bet, 25 billion? jillian: i bet you 50 cents. new threats days after the high school shooting in sante fe, texas, two students in nearby schools allegedly brought guns with them to campus on the first day after class friday's rampage. three threats were reported at other schools. governor greg abbott will hold a roundtable discussion on gun violence. three men, taking less than ten minutes to escape from the orangeburg, south carolina detension center after a control board malfunctioned and unlocked cell doors. one of them was captured. his dad now locked up too, accused of helping him. two on the loose, both charged with murder. voting underway in four southern states holding primaries today. in georgia a crowded field for governor as five candidates seek the nomination n arkansas, asa hutchinson is hoping to ride out his endorsement from president
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trump. he is facing a challenge from jan morgan. polls are also open in georgia, kentucky, and arkansas. a look at your headlines. back to you. steve: we'll have results tomorrow. ainsley: thanks, jillian. steve: iran is on notice. secretary of state mike pompeo threatening to impose the strongest sanctions in history on iran. so what would that be? we'll talk to the deputy assistant secretary of state, andrew peek. he is next. ainsley: and are you ready for obama tv? you can soon bing watch barack and michelle obama's work on netflix. they just signed a contract. ♪ prudential asked these couples: how much money do you think you'll need in retirement? then we found out how many years that money would last them. how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped! you're gonna leave me back here at year 9? how did this happen?
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assistant secretary of state and former u.s. army intelligence officer andrew peek. andrew, what do you think was accomplished yesterday as mike pompeo laid out 12 demand on the iranian regime? >> well i think what the world has wanted to see is the way forward from the president's may 8th announcement that we're leaving the iranian nuclear deal. i thought what the secretary laid out was exactly that, was the unprecedented economic pressure, the deterrents, iranian maligned behavior in the region and destablizing activities and the tireless advocacy for the iranian people. people want to know what comes next? this is what comes next. brian: right afterwards their foreign minister zarif, who negotiated the dale with john kerry says, u.s. diplomacy a sham, merely a regression to old habits, imprisoned by failed policies and corrupt special interests. will reap the same rewards. iran is being woulding with partners for the post-u.s.,
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jfcpoa. he is right about this. looks like europe wants to stay in the deal and iran will stay. are you making europe make a choice, and are they deciding iran over us? >> you know the silver lining of the iranian threat we all agree that it's a threat and we all agree over the past three years its gotten often times worse since the jcpoa was signed. iran's behavior in the region has become who are unstable and more aggressive with missiles landing in saudi arabia. as we fan out and engage our partner countries around the world, at the state department, and other departments in the u.s. government, we'll be making that case. i think we'll find a lot of agreement among our partners. brian: not yet. they're really ticked off you left. although it is hard for me to say that we shouldn't have stayed, that we should have ever gotten into it in the meantime, in the first place, the senate and house didn't have majorities that supported it. senator schumer and senator ben
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cardin didn't support it. fundamentally, have you gotten democrats on board with your new tough policy? >> look i think that is exactly what people often forget or want to forget is that this iranian nuclear deal was submitted to congress as an agreement because it didn't have support to be a treaty. that was a bipartisan opposition to weak terms in it. i think as we move forward there will be a lot of support for this new approach. i think people often play politics with this. perhaps on the democratic side of the aisle. but i think there will be support as we move forward. brian: we'll see. no doubt about it, you want to put pressure back on them, that move made them compliant to begin with. thanks so much, andrew, appreciate it. >> thanks so much. great to be here. brian: ten minutes before the bottom of the hour. she tipped off illegal immigrants i.c.e. was coming. one congressman wants to make sure oakland mayor libby schaaf or any other american never do
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still on the loose. they are considered armed and dangerous. right now a heavy police presence expected as schools open after students were locked into their buildings well into the evening yesterday. according to the baltimore county police chief, the female officer was responding to a possible burglary, when witnesses say she got run over by a jeep. as we've been saying this, marks the 26th officer killed on the job this year alone. the unidentified officer would have marked four years on the force in july, just a horrible story heres. back to you. brian: thanks, todd. hopefully we have more news of other arrests shortly. five minutes before the bottom of the hour. let's go over to ainsley and steve. ainsley: thanks, brian. americans having fewer children than ever before. steve: centers for disease control reporting that women in the united states had children in the lowest rate, just over 60 births for every one thousand. our next guest says there could be major political and societal
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impacts in the future. ainsley: here with more, research fellow at the hoover institution jeremy karl. jeremy, thanks for being with us. >> thanks so much for having me on. ainsley: why is this? why are fewer americans having babies? >> well, i think there is a lot of reasons. there's financial reasons. there's legal reasons that are securing men out of marriage market i think there. is value reasons. we're very much in a live for dassault sight right now. that is the message we often get from hollywood. anybody who has kids will tell you kids are an investment. a lot of people are not willing to make that investment. ainsley: and financial. steve: you should know. you have five kids yourself. in this great report you have written, talk about how the bigger families in the united states are the people who can least afford it. >> that's right. if you look at the fertility rate in the united states it is
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perfectly inversely correlated with income. so the more and more money you make, the fewer and fewer children that you have. from the perspective keeping afloat things like social security and medicare over the long term that, plus the fact that we're not even replacing our current population with the birth rate, that has huge impacts for the whether we'll be able to afford those sorts of things in the future. ainsley: do you think our parents generation had something to do with it? most of them had kids. they got married the first person they were in love with, 20, 21 years old. they start having babies immediately. do you think that generation told us, okay, figure out your career, you know kids are expensive. steve: take your time. ainsley: it was stressful when you were growing up. don't do that to your kids? >> i think that was probably some of it. i think we just, we live in a more consumer society where people have greater expectations and you know i live in quite well-off area. i'm always stunned by the number of people who tell me, well, we
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can't afford x number of kids. i think back to my great, great-grandfather, who was a cigar maker. he had nine children, all who grew up and did good things with their lives. he was able to afford doing that wasn't so much he had money. he made a value choice. increasingly unfortunately we're not doing that. it may be messages from our parents and things like that, that are playing a role there. steve: looking forward, jeremy, what is your worry? >> well my worry is that in the current situation we're in we're not going to have people to pay for the social security for people who are growing old or medicare. all of these things kind of require a workforce out there. i have another side worry, i touch on it in the piece that i wrote, there is a lot of, when people look at this, a lot of politicians are saying we'll fix this by bringing in more immigrants. my point there is no substitute for having and raising our own children. doesn't mean we can't value
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immigrants so immigrants can't bring something to the u.s., we can't bring immigrants as substitute for the job raising our own families here in the united states. that's unfortunately i think a lot of politicians, even some on the right unfortunately are treating immigrants like they're just a worker and not a person, that is going to have an impact. steve: great points. jeremy carl, he has written this great piece. we will link to your piece from our website, foxandfriends.com. thanks for joining us, from stanford, can california. ainsley: five kids, wouldn't that be fun. your house is a lot of fun. >> thank you for having me. steve: his house is noisy. ainsley: you just heard a teenager was arrested in connection to the murder of that baltimore police officer. dana loesch is here to react to that coming up next. steve: president trump unleashing capitalism, making america open for business. kentucky governor matt bevin is here to tell us how this state
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nationally syndicated aid row talk show host, the dana show and nra spokesperson. what is your reaction? >> i'm just now seeing what you're seeing this is absolutely awful we see something like this. that is one of the reasons we back the blue. the men and women in uniform go through every single time they put on a badge and a uniform. it's a dangerous job and getting more dangerous for law enforcement. steve: indeed. that is the sentiment of the police chief in the baltimore area. listen to this, dana. >> it's a terrible, we're seeing something in this country today we've never seen before. we're seeing police officers assaulted. the number of officers who have died in the line of duty is up this year. the officers who died at the hand of gunshots is up. and so we're telling everybody, be on your toes. don't be complacent. work with each other. this is a bad time in the united states for law enforcement and
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the attacks that are occurring. brian: if you want to know how bad it is getting, at this time last year, 15 officers had lost their lives. now it is up to 26. last year it capped out at 35. sadly looks like we'll get way past that before the summer starts. you wonder if this is an attitude in america today? >> yeah, i agree with you, brian. i think there is something there to that. i know there is a general lack of respect for each other and authority and making sure that we all live nicely and in harmony with everybody but at the same time with law enforcement i think it is trendy to hate cops right now. i honestly do. i think it is trendy to hate cops and trendy to bash cops. a lot of people think it is easy to sunday morning quarter a cop's decision through the keyboard in particular they don't have any law enforcement training. >> governor of texas, greg
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abbott will hold a roundtable discussion, three days of roundtable discussions to speed up security in state. keep guns away from those who pose immediate danger. he wants more resources for school safety personnel, and he wants to address mental illness issues tieded to gun violence. what are your thoughts, dana? >> ainsley, these are all issues i have talked about for' have, very long time, since the now infamous town hall when those suggestions were roundly booed. we've been talking about the school shield program. i hope that schools across the country realize that these resources are available to them. if i can make one quick point. every one who has children in schools need to realize right now. they need to realize this happened in broward county. i talked to people in broward county at marjory stoneman douglas school. they had a secret service member do risk as sentiment. none of those things were put into place. a promised program that didn't
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report criminality of students and prevent ad record from being established for the murderer. he could have been rendered a prohibited possessor. parents need to make sure these programs are now in their kids schools. how about take half a billion dollars planned parenthood and redirect that to make sure schools are secured and armed security and metal detectors. we protect our sporting events and concerts more. steve: as an nra spokesperson over the last couple months we've been hearing more and more, including the president of the united states talking about we should be arming our teachers. in fact that is one of the things that greg abbott is going to be talking about, governor abbott there in your state today. >> yes. and i think if teachers and parents determine for their, each for their school district that this is something that they ban to implement and teachers volunteered, they're willing to train and willing to carry -- teach remembers incredibly talented people. i don't think they get the credit they deserve.
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they can teach their students and defend their own lives. if heaven forbids all else fails, defend the lives of students if we have armed resource officers, do what dan patrick was discussing make sure we're watching access points and exit points. that our schools, perimeters are safe, double locking doors. this is multilayer thing. not a lot of people realize that. that is what patrick is discussing. that is what greg abbott is discussing. i think it is the least we can do with our children and teachers. brian: thousand of schools, states, healthy like florida, are active training guardians with hundreds of hours. but states are hurting that is maybe where the federal government comes in. >> school shield. we're happy to help. our resources are at their disposal. ainsley: thank you, dana. let's hand it over to jillian with more headlines. jillian: we have dramatic
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bodycam footage showing a gunfight at president trump's florida golf club. [gunfire] >> fire. jillian: this went down after a man with a gun walked into trump doral. he draped an american flag over the front desk. started yelling about the president and pulled the fire alarm. police eventually shooting him in the legs. during the bizarre exchange in court he admitted setting off the alarm. >> you know everything is being recorded. your attorney turned the microphone off though. probably a wise move. jillian: nobody was seriously hurt. tip off illegals even if you're the mayor. that is the message iowa congressman steve king is sending to all sanctuary cities under the proposed law. the mayor libby schaaf act named after the mayor who warned about a i.c.e. raid in february.
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>> there is potentially i.c.e. activity planned in the bay area. residents should know they do not have an obligation to open their doors. if an i.c.e. official knocks. jillian: under the measure government officials could face up to five years in prison. from the white house to the movies, the obamas signing a multiyear deal to produce films and series for netflix. the deal includes scripted and unscripted series and documentaries and features. president obama they hope to promote greater empathy and understanding between people and help them share their stories with the entire world. the first content from the obamas will appear in 2019. battling blazes to dad duties, these heroes have their hands full. a oklahoma fire department welcoming over seven baby overs the last years. look at the photos. five girls and two boys coming together with a special photo shoot with their dad's equipment. they are looking forward to watching them all grow up
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together. isn't that adorable. ainsley: that is so cute. jillian: love it. steve: thank you very much. ainsley: there was one rogue baby. they were all on top of their daddy's uniforms. one was in the middle of the circle. steve: taking off. adam is outside where adam, pretty nice day in new york city. >> gorgeous day in new york city. we're with people a little disappointed. be honests janice dean was not here collectively. >> happy with you. >> i get it why you're disappointed not to see janice dean. have i won you over? rain is coming in to ruin some of these folks vacation. here is the map moving across the country. largest amount of rain moving towards d.c., boston, all areas where we see afternoon showers, but i need to know, will you forgive me. what is your name? >> emily. >> will you forgive me if it rains later on your holiday? >> yes. >> i have been forgiven.
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janice, you're missed. guys, that's it. steve: adam, thank you very much. brian: 18 minutes before the top. hour. president trump unleashing capitalism making america open for business. kentucky governor matt bevin understands that. how his state is thriving in the pro-business economy of 2018. ainsley: special charity motorcycle ride hits the road to honor american servicemembers stationed overseas. auto expert mike caudill, he was there. now he is here to share his experience and he brought in his motorcycle. steve: get your motor running. ♪ ♪ with expedia you could book a flight, hotel, car and activity all in one place. ♪
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help people drop weight fast. the ingredients can lead to side-effects, anxiety, poor sleep and potential liver damage. women are throwing off their heels and lacing up their sneakers. sales for high-heeled shoes dropped 11% last year but sneaker sales jumped 37%. experts say heels can lead to lower back, neck and shoulder pain since they disrupt the natural form of the body. steve? steve: now you know. according to the president america is open for business and leaders in one state can't agree more. unemployment in the state of kentucky dropping to a record low of 4%, the lowest since 1976 with 14 1/2 billion dollars in new investments and nearly 40,000 new jobs. what's going on there? let's talk to the governor of the great state of kentucky, governor matt bevin. he is a republican. he joins us live. >> great to be with you. steve: what is going on in
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kentucky? >> i think the same things happening in a lot of places although i like to think we're doing more of. we're open for about, it's a catchphrase every one says it. what we're doing in tax environment, labor environment, in passing the type of legislation that send a message to the business world we want your business. cutting regulation and red tape. this little button that i wear, a pair of scissors cutting through red tape, i started a website, red tape reduction.com. asked the public telephone us anything you don't like that regulates you that we can eliminate if possible. steve: what is different about this president than past presidents? everybody wants to say america is open for business but you say things are different. >> he is actually doing something about it. it is easy to say these things. look how he stirred the poet domestically and globally and look attacks policy and cuts
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that came out last year. rye paytry ages of money is significant. hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars that otherwise would be taxed. they're coming to states like ours, where we're the engineering, manufacturing hub of america in kentucky and the midwest. steve: one of the interesting things, if you live in the big towns on the coast, you see a lot of stuff donald trump did this and screwing up the country and stuff like that. out in the kentucky, are they talking about stormy daniels? are they talking about her lawyer? are they talking about russia collusion? what is their topic? >> they really don't care. "washington post," i was asked to name by name, people don't read that they don't care what is said in that periodical. they just don't. people care about jobs. they care about employment. they care about safety and security for their families. they care about the fact there is upside potential for their children at least in theory, also in reality is shaping up that did not exist a generation
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ago. they respect that this president is someone who delivers on his word. and people may like him, they may dislike him but he is a guy who actually said he would do certain things and he is doing it. that is highly respected in a state like kentucky. steve: sincerely. a lot of people are looking for some place to go on vacation this summer. i wonder who could say something about why to go to kentucky? >> tell you what, for those who like bourbon, it is -- steve: sold. >> the bourbon trail really, but the horse farms, the caves, that we have the rivers, the lakes -- steve: it's a beautiful state. >> stunning, stuns place. it really is. steve: governor matt bevin of kentucky. thank you very much. straight ahead a special charity motorcycle ride hits the roads to honor servicemembers stationed overseas. car expert mike caudill was there. he will share the experience next. let's check in with sandra smith for a preview what happens on the channel it ten minutes.
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>> steve, good morning to you. a group of republicans calling for a special second counsel to look at misconduct at the highest levels of the doj and the fbi. congressman lee zeldin signed the letter. i joins us live. plus the president seems to have struck a deal with the justice department regarding an fbi informant. we have the latest. starbucks says all are welcome, purchase or not. reactions pouring in over this controversial new policy join us in "america's newsroom" in about ten minutes.
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♪ ainsley: as we gear up for memorial day a special charity motorcycle ride hit the roads to honor american servicemembers stationed overseas.
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steve: auto expert mike caudill was at the event and joins us now with more on the charity for troops. you just got back to the usa. >> landed at 6:00 last night. let me start with this. it was an honor to be on a united states army base in germany riding with these men and women. what they do for our country, it is just so, crazy to think all the sacrifices they make. i had a chance to talk to the colonel. had a chance to ride on motorcycles. let me show you guys what it looked like while i was there in germany. extremely exciting to have the good ride in germany. this is first time we take it international. i started journey with the background with the military. my wife's family with the military. i have seen the effects with agent orange from vietnam. we came over as morale boos term they have a lot on their plate. we want a positive distraction. motorcycles bring all races and all walks together having event
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like this. >> having an event fosters good riding is important for u.s. military personnel. we love our bikes. promoting safe riding is really important. that is what this event does. >> one of the things all soldiers understand, when they get out on the soul, i heard them say as if their soul take as deep breath. they hear the sound of the pipes, it gets your adrenaline going. >> we can do a lot of great, positive things, riding motorcycles. this is about a good thing. bringing people together. corporate companies like indian that help support us and help support vets when they come home. steve: that is awesome. these two bikes are indian. >> indian established in 1901 is america's first motorcycle brand. 200,000 men and women that serve overseas. we forget about them during memorial day. this is great way to honor them. there have been 6608 deaths as a result of combat. we want over there as with good ride and raised $800,000 for
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heroes to raise fund for mental health and ptsd. when you see a person in the military, give them a hug, high-five them, tell them thank you. brian: you feel you were a slice of america in germany. >> my dad, sister-in-law, uncle, brothers, served in the military. i'm the one odd duck. i didn't get to serve in the military. this is what it is like serving overseas. what they do is amazing. ainsley: thank you for bringing the story to us. where can we help out? what is the website? >> infinite heroes is the website. infiniteheroes. .com. carrie heart's website. >> steve: thank you. back in a moment. ♪ rty mutual stood with me when this guy got a flat tire
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>> before you leave the television keep in mind vice president mike pence on the radio. >> see you tomorrow. >> sarah: breaking news out of the white house on a business tuesday morning. we're learning a third trump campaign official met and communicated with the man reported to be the f.b.i. informant. all this as a group of republicans call for a second special counsel to deal with claims of misconduct at the highest levels of the justice department and beyond. good morning, everyone, i'm sandra smith live inside "america's newsroom." >> welcome back. sandra. this side of the atlantic ocean after the wedding. i'm eric shawn. good morning. i'm in for bill hemmer. more out of the breaking news out of the f.b.i. several lawmakers are releasing demands for a special prosecutor to look into three different serious matters.

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