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after staff noticed she was getting a little chubby. to everyone's surprise she was pregnant with four to five kittens. rob: look at those eyes. jillian: that's funny. rob: that is good. "fox & friends" starts right now. jillian: have a good day. ♪ these are the days of america ♪ steve: i wonder if the president of the united states is sleeping and he had a fundraiser last night in new york city and, of course, yesterday he went out to long island. and brian kilmeade, who has a property on long island wound up. brian: right. i haven't developed it yet. i'm just thinking about putting a house there. ainsley: congratulations. brian: i'm living on the lawn. ainsley: one-on-one with the president. brian: only 20 minutes from my house and they needed a place to eat for lunch and they stopped by and said you can have lunch at the house if you allow us for an interview.
no. mercedes schlapp, kellyanne conway, and sarah huckabee sanders went to bat and said if we can squeeze you in we will do it. 12:30 in the afternoon if you can get out here in an hour we'll do it. steve: good luck. jet pack? brian: unfortunately it's in the repair shop, so i had to use a car. so, and that was tough, because this thing in new york city the traffic, that's the problem. ainsley: talking about ms-13, talked to him about immigration, the nfl has just said you have got to stay in the locker room if you are going to kneel. you asked him so many things. what were his responses? brian: first off, very emotional meeting about ms-13 the victims of this criminal gang hugely hispanic working class. unscripted and raw went right from that. ainsley: that's the mother sitting on his right your screen left one of the little girls killed out on long island. brian: she was just on our show on "fox & friends" --
"fox & friends first." here is the president coming out of that meeting determined more than ever to label these gangsters criminals.
>> mr. president, hearing those stories to start this forum, did that back up your claim further back up your claim that the ms-13 should be referred to as animals? >> well, look, everybody knows what's going on. these are vicious killers and they shouldn't be allowed into the country. the laws are horrible. we are bringing them out by the thousands. as you know we are setting records. this is a record i don't even like talking about it because it's so ridiculous. they shouldn't be in the country. we are doing from the standpoint of law enforcement a great job. the democrats are sticking up for ms-13. you heard nancy pelosi the other day like trying to find all sorts of reasons why they should be able to stay. these are stone cold killers. vicious killers. and and when you hear families like that and key families. these are incredible families where they lost their daughters. had you some other people in
the room, sons this should never happen, brian. brian: you have a few elements with immigration. the problem at the border how dispoingtedded are you overaugust -- many miles of wall making it very brand new. essentially making it brand new -- border down over 40% and a great economy. probably the best economy the country has ever had. so people come across. we are going to get the rest there is a lot of appreciate on the democrats to get it approved, frankly. and also to change the immigration laws to toughen them up a lot. brian: there is some legislation moving through
so-called moderates in the house. gets daca out there and immigration going. it's not coming from leadership. have you, mr. president, been watching this take shape? where do you stand? >> actually have four different bills, and unless it includes a you will warnings a real wall and very strock border security. there will be no approvals from me. i have to approve it or not. there are bills going through. i'm watching one or two of them. we'll see what happens. but, i can tell you there is a mood right now very strong border security. when you see a scene like this where these incredible parents have lost their sons and daughters it's very hard not to do that. brian: would you do that short-term without lottery involved and without chain migration and go back later? >> lottery is ridiculous as you
know. they take people from a lottery where can you imagine these countries are not putting their finest in that lottery. so i don't like lottery. chain migration is a disaster. you look at what's going on
700,000 case back load. judges that think they have to wait two years to see all their cases. you need more judges. how close is that? your sister is a judge. she knows how tough that is. >> that's right. maybe have to put her at the border. brian: why not? >> think
of it, we are the only country essentially that has judges. they want to hire thousands of judges. other countries have, it's called security people. people that stand there and you can't come in. we have thousands of judges and they need thousands of more judges. the whole system is corrupt. it's horrible. so, yeah, you need though sands of judges based on this crazy system whoever heard of a system put through trials. where do these judges come from. judge a very special person. how do you hire thousands of people to be a judge? it's ridiculous. we have no choice for the good of our country.
story. the nfl without the players union has decided to attack the lack of standing before the national anthem. this is what they are going to say. if you are not going to stand, stay in the locker room. if you are going to stand on the sidelines, don't create a scene. if do you create a scene, taking a knee, maybe fist in the air that's not written, you are going to get fined as a team. ainsley: owner of the jets says don't care. fine me. my guys are allowed to kneel. the owner of the giants said no question the decision had impact on the business. ratings were down 10% last year. important it pay attention to fans' concerns because without them you are dead. and jacksonville jaguars said fans were there to watch football and it was important not to have distractions. steve: remember, the president of the united states inserted himself into this culture debate when he was down at one of those rallies in alabama. brian asked him about the breaking news and here's his breaking
>> brian: some breaking news while you were in there. the nfl has made a decision on something that means a lot to you and other americans. owners have voted unanimously to approve a new national anthem rule that says if you are not going to stand, stay in the locker room. did you go to the field, you have to stand. if you have a protest, your team is going to get fined. this is the first time you are hearing this. what's your reaction, mr. president. >> i think that's good. i don't think people should be staying in locker rooms. you have to stand proudly for the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing. you shouldn't be there. maybe you shouldn't be in the country. you have to stand proudly for the national anthem. and the nfl owners did the right thing if that's what they have done. brian: if that is the story, do you feel like you pushed this story forward and you pushed this to a conclusion? >> i think the people pushed it forward. this was not me. i brought it out. i think the people pushed it forward. this country is very smart. we have a very smart country. and, you know, that's something ideally could have been taken care of when it first started. it would have been a lot easier. if they did that, they're
doing the right
thing. brian: i think it's seven out of 10. what he just brought up is true. you are going to say okay, they are missing four players. why are they in the locker room? what are they mad at the country for? what if you sit there and put your fist in the air? steve: starting soon when nfl season starts. i bet there is going to be a box somewhere online where it says so many people actually were on the sidelines and some people were missing. do you think this is a good answer? a lot of people say, you know, don't know exactly why the nfl did it, aside from the fact that you look at the ratings and they are on a skid. ainsley: guidelines now say they have to show respect for the flag and for the anthem. that's what most people were upset about. they understand there is an issue, some of these players, you know, they have a beef with what's going on in the country, understandably. so we will sit down and talk with them. do not do it during the anthem. brian: a little bit later on he responds to james comey tweet. remember the tweet
yesterday? what are you going to tell your grand children trying to explain the spy that was put in the trump campaign? i read that tweet to him and he responds. steve: excellent. more breaking news. ainsley: and talking about north korea. brian: we talk about north korea. he adds a new wrinkle to the north korea negotiations. steve: great interview. you will see more of it in a moment. right now jillian joins us with other breaking news. jillian: that's right, good morning. today, mourners will pay respect at a police officer. amy will be laid to rest tomorrow. three more teens face murder charges in her death. the officer was responding to a call about the teens robbing a home when a get away driver ran her over with a stolen jeep. under maryland state law if someone is killed during a burglary accomplices can be found guilty of murder. overnight, journalists traveling to remote location in north korea to witness history. they are taking a train, bus and hike to watch country
dismantle nuclear test site. seen as a gesture of goodwill kim jong un ahead of summit with president trump. calling it off. calling vice president pence a political dummy. the nation could end up like libya if they don't make a deal. the military now investigating what caused an air force training jet to crash and burst into flames. both pilots and instructor and student ejected safely near columbus air force base in mississippi. they are now out of the hospital but have not been identified. this is the second 238 tallan jet crash. captain died when his plane went down in texas in november. be prepared for war. a strock message from defense secretary james mattis to the air force academy's graduating class. >> you stand ready to protect the line to protect america's experiment in democracy with all the cunning, ferocity and grit you have inside you. always be ready to fight and to win.
jillian: mattis preparing the 1,000 men and women for battle in his commencement speech. this is the academy's 60 graduating class. brian: you will see battle. jillian: strong words. steve: thank you, jillian. brian: more of our exclusive interview with president trump, including his thoughts on james comey. >> i think a thing that i have done for the country, the firing of james comey is going to go down as a very good thing. brian: he just got warmed up. he responds to james comey's tweets in a moment. steve: plus more winning for the u.s. economy. america back on top of some very important rankings, stuart varney, come on over. you're next. ainsley: celebrating fleet week with our u.s. forces band on our plas. we will hear more from them coming up ♪ ♪
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steve: take a look at that gratification. household income hitting all-time high under president trump. a new report showing its rise from above $59,000 in 2017 of january to 61,000 last month. higher than it's been in at least 50 years. our next guest argues this issue of paycheck politics may be the one deciding factor whether the
republicans keep the house and the senate. here to weigh, in host of varney and company on the fox business network, our friend, stuart varney. >> thank you. steve: stuart, to the horror of the democrats, the amount of money people are putting in their pocket is going up and it sounds like donald trump is getting a lot of the credit. >> if the november elections are based on the performance of the economy, the republicans are looking better and better. because, president trump's growth policy, his growth program is working. we are gradually returning to prosperity. and it is the direct result of president trump's policies. he has gone for tax cut and deregulation and turned the economy around. and with it he has turned around that feeling of prosperity that households have. that graphic you just showed, january 2017, 59400 mediu59400ed me median january house. fast forward 2018, you are
up $2,000 per household. 3% highner what, 15 months. that compares to a dead flat line throughout the 8 obama years. we are returning to prosperity because of president trump's policies. and i think that will be reflected in the november elections. steve: that number is directly impacted by the amount of withholding no longer withheld. people have more money in their pocket. >> yes. steve: news this morning, apparently for decades, united states has not been the most competitive nation on earth. now we are back on number one. what happened? >> the years and years and years we have been trailing hong kong and singapore. steve: we were number three. >> actually, we were lower than that. we were number four and on occasion number five. steve: you are making it worse. stop. >> now we have bounced back to number one. we are now ahead of hong kong, singapore and the nether land having trailed them for a long, long time. we have bounced back to number one. the reason is very simple.
this is a competitiveness ranking. we are more competitive now because of president trump's deregulation. case closed. that's what has done it. regulation was holding us back in terms of competitiveness. those regulations are gone. we have bounced back to number one in the world. steve: you just wrote the republican's campaig ads for november we cut taxes. >> time for democrats to get on board would w. growth. only way forward in my opinion. steve: absolutely stay tuned to figure out what the democrats' campaign rally is going to be. watch stuart over on fox business. it's a very competitive channel weekdays starting at:00. >> we are winning that one, too. steve: by a long ways. good job. meanwhile he is the 30-year-old jobless man who just evicted -- who was just evicted from his parents' house, now he is talking to fox news. an interview you have to see. that's the guy we were talking about yesterday. plus more of brian of's
one-on-one with president trump. next is he talking jim comey. >> the fbi is a fantastic institution. but. so people at the top were rotten apples. james comey was one of them. before nexium 24hr mark could only imagine... a peaceful night sleep without frequent heartburn waking him up. now that dream is a reality. nexium 24hr stops acid before it starts for all-day, all-night protection. can you imagine 24 hours without heartburn?
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attacks in cuba. wow. steve: meanwhile, brian was lucky enough to talk to the president yesterday on the same day he used a new moniker spy gate. it sounds like the federal government investigators inserted somebody close to the trump campaign to get information. later today devin nunes, who wants more information from the doj is going to sit down along with tray gowdy. they would like the documents. don't know if they are going to get them. the gang of 8 is going to go in an hour or two later. talk about all the secret documents the republicans want to see. brian: not supposed to talk about what they see. if there is another implant informant inside the camp. on the way out, did i not get the james clapper comments when he said basically the russians threw the election totally irresponsible in his book with jude woodruff he came out and said the thre russians
threw the election to donald trump. brian: tweet came out i read it to him and wanted to hear what he had to say. in reference to the informant allegedly or actually was implanted into the trump campaign in the early spring of 2016. brian: as you know this
morning we read some of your tweets on air and james comey has responded he said about a spy being in your campaign, he says this. facts matter. the fbi's use of confidential human sources that maybe you refer to as possible spies, that's the actual term, is highly regulated and essential to protecting the country attacks on the fbi lying do lasting damage to our country. how will republicans explain this to their grandchildren? what is your reaction to james comey. >> i would actually say how is he going to explain to his grandchildren all of the lies, the deceit all of the problems he has caused nor
country, the thing i have done for this country, the firing of james comey is going to go down as a good thing. the fbi is great. i know so many people in the fbi. the fbi is a fantastic institutes some of the people at the top were rotten apples. james comey was one of them. i did a great service to this country by getting rid of them. by firing them. brian: have you no problem explaining this to your grandchildren. >> no, no. our country is coming back. our country is respected again. what we are doing over there is just another sign of it. that's just one of many things. but, we have a country that's come a long way in a short period of time. i think you know that better than anybody, brian. you see it and you report on it every day. you look at the economy, you look at jobs. lowest unemployment rate in many, many, in decades. lowest black unemployment in history. lowest hispanic unemployment in history. lowest women unemployment, 19 years. our country is doing well
and we are respected again. we are doing incredible trade deals which haven't been negotiated for 25 years. steve: it's interesting he would turn like that and talk about the economy. while he has so many things on his table, at the same time, because of the russia collusion investigation, he has this to continually answer to those things. and, you know, to the administration's credit they have pointed out many times so far it was about russian collusion, where is the collusion? abby: i think to turn to the economy is smart. that's what people at home really care about. they care about putting food on the table. seconding their kids to college. all this stuff going on in washington. that's why people put him in office. because they want to drain all of that. brian: i have an opinion on what you just said. for the first time he doesn't have to say it himself because things are coming out. he wants people not to focus on his words but what's emerging from the investigation. for years he has been saying i didn't do anything and i'm going to prove it to you.
things coming out i want you to focus on that. think about measured think about what he has done. things are starting to go off rails a little bit but the president hasn't. the vice president has been aggressive. others have been aggressive he has not. so i asked him what about this summit? do you still believe it's on track? now, i have to be honest, afterwards i found out from reading the chinese newspapers where north korea thinks of mike pence's comments did i not have that information going in. but, watch. june 12th, have you going to be in singapore. >> we will see what happens. right now we are looking at it talking about it we have certain conditions. we will see what happens. there is a good chance. and it would be a great thing for north korea. if that happens, it will be a great thing for north korea. most importantly, it would be a great thing for the world. we will see what happens. brian: are you okay with the phase in of a i do nuclearization. if confidence measures are required? >> we are going to see. i would like to have it done immediately. physically, a phase-in may
be necessary. i would like to see it
done at one time. steve: that's the key point right there. that's the sound bite. rather than just north korea pulling the plug completely, they would do it over stages. ainsley: they are not going to give up nuclear weapons. they said that. steve: they want leverage. to brian's point, one of the foreign ministers from north korea said regarding mike pence, called him a political dummy because mike pence came out and said, you know, unless north korea denukes, going to wind up like libya. going to wind up like qaddafi. that was not good for qaddafi. ainsley: meanwhile nancy pelosi isn't dumb hearing about those crumb comments. >> when the passed i gave my employees $1,000 bonus and 5% pay increase. it certainly was not crumbs to them. ainsley: her response is
coming up next. steve: plus, have you seen it movies like "the hurt locker." military preparing for explosive threats like this every single day. a navy team will show us what it's like to diffuse a bomb next during fleet week. brian: but, first, happy birthday to my exgirlfriend priscilla presley. she is 73. let's begin.
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♪ you are full of something ♪ it ain't love ♪ na na na na ♪ bye-bye bye-bye ♪ steve: that's a meghan trainer song done beautifully by the navy u.s. fleet force's brass band. ainsley: fleet week in new york city. a wonderful time to be in the city. tomorrow we are going to kick off our summer concert series. we are going to be on the intrepid. it will be wonderful. lee greenwood will be singing tomorrow. ainsley: also have a tug-of-war. steve: between the marines and navy. ainsley: is that a shot of the intrepid? >> in the middle. brian: how great are they? could they do the flash mob thing be walking around and just start breaking into a band? ainsley: haven't you wanted to be at the airport or in a hotel or in times square
when this happens? it's never happened to me. has that happened to you. brian: never happened to me. steve: organize the flash mob here. brian: that's called good producing. steve: there you go. anyway, they will be with us. we will go outside to see how they bomb disposal unit works. it's fascinating in three minutes. in the meantime, news time. jillian: it's not the song i expected them to hear. they are amazing. my goodness. get you caught up on some of your news now. a declined credit cart charge leads to federal charge for man trying to join isis. pleading guilty in federal court to terror charges. indiana man tried to catch a flight to iraq in 2015 but his card was declined that prompted an fbi investigation. he weighs ardmore than a year later at an indianapolis bus stop heading to catch a flight to morocco. is he facing 20 years behind bars. nancy pelosi quadruple bring down on calling the president's tax cuts crumbs. listen to her defend those
comments after being confronted cnn town hall by a small business owner. >> when the tax and jobs bill was passed i gave my employees a thousand dollar bone news plus 5% pay increase it certainly was not crumbs to. >> they let me congratulate you and commend you because you are a rarity. only a small percentage of businesses shared their tax advantage with their employees. so let us thank don for that [applause] jillian: what exact solid that small percentage. at least 542 companies have announced bonuses, pay raises or additional benefits since the tax cuts and jobs act passed. urgent warning to parent. your baby's teething medicine could be deadly. f.d.a. says benzo contain can cause rare but fatal side effects in children. especially for those two years and younger. dr. nicole saphier joined us earlier to explain. >> there is a component benzocain can displace
oxygen from the child's blood from their hemoglobin. although this can happen in adults, being a young child the effects are significantly more severe. jillian: f.d.a. demanding all teething products with that drug be pulled from shelves. it's the story everyone is still talking about. a 30-year-old unemployed man ordered by the judge to move out of his parent's home after living there rent-free for 8 years. michael spoke with fox news martha maccallum and you will not believe what he wants now. >> what you will it boils down to i don't want to be there. not that i don't want to leave. i just need enough time. i don't need very much. >> you keep saying that but you have had 8 years and they have asked you five different times. jillian: he says he will expect a three month window to leave the home in new york. it's unreal that we're talking about this. janice dean, it's just crazy to me. it's mind boggling. i will tell you what's not crazy it's beautiful outside for now. >> fleet week as wee head into the weekend he have
nice in the northeast. however, if you live across florida, the gulf coast, the southeast, we are watching the potential for tropical developments. we have this area of low pressure. very unorganized right now regardless whether it becomes a tropical depression or first tropical storm of the season. the main threat, the main risk is going to be heavy rain across portions of the gulf coast, florida, the southeast, some of these models don't even have it developing. we have to monitor it. there is your forecast rainfall. again, as he heads towards the memorial day weekend, heavy flooding is going to be at risk along the gulf coast and the southeast, we will certainly keep you up to date. here in new york city, today, a beautiful day to enjoy fleet week. so we're going to go outside with ainsley, steve, and brian and enjoy that beautiful weather forecast. ainsley: thank you so much, janice. have you seen the navy explosive ordnance disposal teams like hurt locker. >> you realize every time you suit up, it's life or death.
steve: that is real in real life. the united states navy's eod team must prepare for threats like sea mines, other explosives meant to kill our men and women on land and on sea. brian: here to show us some of their technology and nerves of steal brian with a y like i spell my son's name. he is there who usually wears the suit. is he one of the navy explosive ordnance displofl technician group two. welcome, guys. steve: good morning. that's just like out of the movie. >> exactly out of the movie. it weighs 86 pounds and it's to stop the three things that happen during an explosion which is fire, overpressure, the weight of the world you are in a vacuum it comes crashing down on you and some fragmentation. ainsley: you are so brave to do this. did you volunteer for this position and if so why? >> it's completely voluntary program. most of us want to kind of like first responders want to save lives. and just find something that's bigger than
ourselves. steve: sure. in front of us. we have something that looks like a toy. it's not. this is lethal and you have a guy just off camera. he has got actually a little video screen next to his glasses that he can see what this can see, right? >> that's right. it has four cameras, one in the gripper. imagine trying to pick things up in life two fingers, camera in the front and two cameras in the back that have different type of zoom capabilities. steve: where would you use this. >> this has been used a lot in iraq but mainly in afghanistan because it's man portable. throw it on our back and rubbing up mountains. brian: if you have, this do you need that? >> hopefully we never need that but, when this can't access certain places with really high steps or cliff, we will get into that. ainsley: brian, where would the enemy put a bomb. >> everywhere. if you can think of a place they put it there. ainsley: not worrying about blowing themselves up or blowing up their own people. >> no. never worried about that.
brian: if i'm wearing that and i have to use my knowledge to diffuse a bomb, will i survive in that suit? >> most likely you will depending how close you get. the person who invested the suit blows himself up on a regular basis. steve: to test it. >> he does it on himself. right there on his arm he has the control panel what does that do. >> it does various things. very hot suit. it's not ventilated at all there is a fan that runs inside here. there is different lights for the helmet. can you turn it comm, communications back and forth. brian: what's going on inside. are you really calm in these moments. >> you find a place zen. first green while you walk we call it the green mile. that's pretty scary. after that it's more spy vs. spy cat and mouse game. you want to win. steve: thank you so much. ainsley: thank you for all that you do. brian: thanks. steve: all weekend long we will be meeting more women men d women who serve our nation
proudly during fleet week. brian: thanks for the robot. steve: we have to give it back. brian: law professor making what sounds like a sick threat against president trump. >> can't use it over and over again against the same president. >> right. >> if you are going to shoot him, have you got to shoot the tail. brian: talking 'impeachment. joe concha on that next hour. steve: set to brief lawmakers about possible spying on the trump campaign later today. will they get the answers they want? judge napolitano is on the case. and he's joining us next. brian: no rest for him. ♪ ♪
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shapiro. the school relocated his event. the anonymous donor telling the university have you discriminated against the free dissemination of ideas. school club young americans for freedom says the donor is now giving them money. and president trump cannot block his critics on twitter. a federal judge ruling it violates the first amendment calling its account a public forum. the justice department argues blocked people still had access to the tweets. it may appeal the ruling. steve: meanwhile, all eyes on washington where later today two blockbuster briefings are set to give lawmakers documents to look at. things they have been asking for to answer the question did the fbi spy on the trump campaign that they might actually find out today. brian: one at 12. next meeting at 2:00. here to weigh in judge andrew napolitano. finally happening, slower than you wanted, and we all thought but it's happening. >> yeah. it's a dangerous area. i will tell you why. it's very unfortunate if
politicians use raw intelligence or raw law enforcement data for political narratives. so, if you were to ask me will they get what they're looking for, it depends on who they are. because, the republicans are looking for a narrative that will undermine the beginning of the mueller investigation. the democrats are looking for a narrative which will justify the continued mueller investigation. will they get what they're looking for? probably each side will. but the constitution actually keeping congress from interfering with prosecution. steve: they can have oversight. >> correct. they can't see everything. they have written laws that say they can't see everything. for example, if bob mueller presented something or one of his prosecutors to a grand jury it's unlawful to share it with congress. if there is information about a confidential informant whether it's this person we have been talking about all week or somebody else, my guess there is more
than one confidential informant. brian: your guess or you know. >> my guess is. that information can't be shared with members of congress. if you ask me what's going to be shared? that, i don't know. i don't have any idea. i would kill to be a fly on the wall in both of those meetings and come back here and tell you. ainsley: specifically about the spy or the informant, correct? >> we believe that it is. again, we don't know. i'm sure at the second meeting where the gang of 8 is there. people from both groups. ainsley: bipartisan group. >> they are going to want to ask for more information. quite frankly, rod rosenstein has to have the courage to say, justice department has a little bit of independence, and there are some things we can't share with you. it's not out of disrespect it's not because we are hiding something. it's that we're in the middle of a criminal investigation. if we tip our hands now, it will affect the outcome. steve: and if we have news about what they saw tomorrow on this program, that would make everybody who was
involved look bad. >> yes. brian: what's the point? >> the point is a fear that what the president talked about in his tweet on sunday might have happened. that the obama administration might actually have used law enforcement fbi and intelligence sources to attempt to undermine the trump campaign. or to get information from the inside of the trump campaign to mrs. clinton's campaign. steve: that's the spy gate. >> that's the greatest fear and they want to see if it happen. got the memo on the suit. steve: pretty much dressed alike. ainsley: president trump calling out the left on immigration. exclusive at the top of the hour. steve: there is a new terriftariff, in town.
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many decades of losing your jobs to other countries, have you waited long enough. brian: this could be revolving around nafta, too. here to break down what this all means for your wallet, fox business network's own gerri willis. welcome back. >> great to be here. and this was a huge surprise. nobody was expecting this. an increase in tariffs on vehicles. any kind of car. any kind. steve: big increase. >> 25%. people think we don't have any tariffs on that, right? wrong. we already have 2.5% tariff.
we even see that as a massive, massive increase. what does that mean for the family that's watching, for jobs in america? we have people telling us just this morning on fbn that it can mean higher prices overall. particularly for americans, right? because exactly what happens is these companies just slap that tariff on their product and then americans pay for that so, people saying it's going to mean higher prices, maybe more inflation. that could be another result. steve: all right. but it's all about trying to level the playing field. >> that's right. steve: meanwhile, ainsley was telling us about an event she was at yesterday featuring you. >> it was unbelievably awesome. and ainsley and a whole bunch of other fox folks joined us. i received what they call a survival with impact award from susan b. komen, the new york affiliate right here. you can see me jammin jamming throwing arranged the award. >> you beat it. >> you guys helped us raise
$21,000 for the organization last fall. that's really what this for. look at the cio of fox news with me, ainsley, martha maccallum. we all celebrated. it was unbelievable display. we had three tables there the organization is raising $500,000. that's what they believe they will get out of just the lunch. and over 36 years, susan b. komen has raised nearly 3 billion with a b dollars to help fight breast cancer. they will fund research. and they fund community testing. they sent vans into communities to help women get mammograms. they are hands on. they are all over the place. as you can see i told my own story there. steve: continues the fight on behalf of others. >> that's right. steve: beautiful. >> it's so amazing -- it's such an amazing feeling to be able to do that and to have the support from fox here. ainsley: well, we love you and so proud of what have you done. it wasn't good news in the
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for the national anthem. ♪ ♪ the clock is ticking ♪ so stay ♪ all you have to stay. ainsley: stay a little longer. watch us for the next two hours. brian: what is zedd short for zediaah? i don't know i have never seen. we have to give the artists credit. steve: we do. and thank you, zedd. ainsley: had you a big interview yesterday. brian went out to long island there was a ms-13 13 meeting out there. brian went out there to get an interview with the president. and he said yes. brian: 10,000 in the country. 250 around. ainsley: talking about ms-13. >> ms-13 this killer gang that really comes from south
and central america. and coming out of that the first thing i wanted to ask him what's happened to those loved ones forcing them to crack down. does it reaffirm your belief these people are animals? >> mr. president, hearing those stories to start this forum did, that further back up your claim that the ms-13 should be referred to as animals? >> well, look, everybody knows what's going on. these are vicious killers. and they shouldn't be allowed into the country. the laws are horrible. we are bringing them out by the thousands. as you know, we are setting records. this is a record that i'm not even -- i don't even like talking about it because it's so ridiculous. they shouldn't be in the country we are doing a great job. the democrats are sticking up for m ghts. ms-13. you heard nancy pelosi trying to find all sorts of reasons why they should be able to stay. these are stone-cold
killers. vicious killers. and when you hear families like that and see families, these are incredible families, where they lost their daughters in this case. you had some other people in the room that lost sons. this should never happen, brian. brian: when you have the few elements
with immigration. the problem at the border. how disappointed are you overall that only got the 1.6 billion to stop the border, being that it leads to many feel gangsters coming in and drugs flooding through? >> i'm disappointed but we do have 1.6 billion. as you know, we started the wall. we are also fixing many miles of wall, making it very brand new. why are essentially making it brand new. big impact. we are getting the rest as we go along. we have done a lot of work on the wall. we are doing a lot of work on security. generally speaking border security. the border is down over 40%. don't forget we have great economy. probably the best economy the country has ever had. so people come across. but, we're going to get the rest. i think there is a lot of
pressure on the democrats to get it approved, frankly. and also to change the immigration laws to toughen them up a lot. brian brine there is some legislation moving through so-called moderates in the house get daca back out there. immigration going. it's not coming from leadership. have you, mr. president, been watching this take shape. >> i have. brian: what have you seen. >> actually have four different bills. unless it includes a wall. and i mean a wall. a real well. and unless it includes very strong border security, there will be no rah approvals from me. i have to either approval it or or not. there are bills going through. i'm watching one or two of them we will see what happens. there is a mood right now to get very strong border security. when you see a scene like this where these incredible parents have lost their sons and daughters. it's very hard not to do it. brian: would you do something short-term without lottery involved and without chain migration and go back later? >> lottery is ridiculous as
you know. take people from a lottery as can you imagine the countries not putting their finest in that lottery. so i don't like lottery. chain migration is a disaster. you look at what's going on where somebody comes in who is bad. yet they will have 24 members of a family from not one of them do you want. in this country. so, chain migration is terrible. lottery is terrible. we certainly would like to have it end. we have to get rid of catch and release. you catch them, even if you know they are criminal. you catch them, you have to release them. by law, you have to release them. and then they go into society and they don't come back to the trial. it's crazy. brian, we have the worst immigration laws in the entire world by far. other countries laugh at us and it's because of the democrats. it's because of chuck schumer and nancy pelosi. if a deal doesn't include those two thi has the wall and daca, does donald trump do that deal? >> i think it's time to get
the whole package. it's a big deal, brian. it's time to get the whole package. >> you are a victim of your success in one way. have you so many cases. you have 700,000 case back tha k they have to wait two years to see all their cases. you need more judges. your sister is a judge. she knows how tough it. >> maybe i have to put her at the border. brian: why not? >> if you think of it only country that has judges. they want to hire thousands of judges. other countries have, it's called security people. people that stand there and say you can't come in. we have thousands of judges. and then they need thousands more judges. the whole system is corrupt. it's horrible. so, yeah. you need thousands of judges. based on this crazy system. whoever heard of a system where you put people through trials. when where do these judges come from? judges are very special hire thf
people to be a judge? so it's ridiculous. we are going to change the system woul we have no choice fr the good of our country. brian: forget about more judges. they shouldn't get their day in court. they should beill be a tough roo hoe. get rid of that. steve: no kidding. brian: let's talk sports. ainsley: the nfl has released a statement saying no longer county players kneel when they're on the field during the national anthem. if you want to kneel, you have to stay in the locker room. steve: that's right. this news broke yesterday. and after the meeting the owners had down in atlanta, brian was able to ask the president about this. remember, the president very vocally inserted himself into the anthem debate at that big rally down in alabama. >> but,ism to what the president says. and in particular, he is going to say if you won't stand, maybe you shouldn't be in the country. here's the president.
so you breaking news while you were in there. the nfl made a decision on something that means a lot to you and other americans. owners have voted unanimously to approve a new national anthem rule that says if you are not going to stand, stay in the locker room. if you go to the field you have to stand if have a protested your team is going to get fined. this is the first time hearing this. what's your reaction, mr. president. >> i don't think people should be staying in locker rooms. you have to stand proudly for the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing. you shouldn't be there. maybe you shouldn't be in the country. you have to stand proudly for the national anthem. and the nfl owners did the right thing if that's what they have done. brian: if that is the story, do you feel like you pushed this story forward and you pushed this to a conclusion? >> i think the people pushed it forward. this was not me. i brought it out. i think the people pushed it forward. this country is very smart. we have very supreme court people. and you know, that's something ideally could have been taken care of when it first started. it would have been a lot easier. if they did that, they are doing the right thing.
steve: if you don't stand maybe you shouldn't be in the country. brian: overall, potentially, this should be fine. if there is no other incidence. steve: new policy. brian: something that happens in society african-americans feel it's with law enforcement or somebody in african-american or a minority is treated unjustly with law enforcement, i can see whole steams at aing in the locker room. we don't know what the news cycle is going to be. that will be a negative. where the nba, you know it's in the rules the players union agreed stand regardless of what's happening. the shooting shirts before the game or turn them inside out. but the nfl, i think went a long way to solving that problem. you. ainsley: people are upset -- owners are upset about the numbers they are losing money. it was down 10% last year. a lot of people turning tvs off in protest because they
think flag represents white red, white, and blue all americans. people died for that flag, the national anthem. stand. if you have an issue, something else going on. talk about it and find another way to protest but not during the national anthem. steve: a lot of people in the country say they should be able to express themselves freedom of expression. we asked you what you thought about it and we have got some commence. focomments. first comes from michael if any kneel or turn their backs they should not be allowed to play. we are so sick of the nfl and no longer watch. >> abe says the flag should have never come to this. the flag issue should never have come to this. we the people are patriotic nation is you should stand and honor our flag. country and our flag. especially the fallen who have given their life for it. ainsley: if nfl owners pay fines for players kneeling it will ultimately be paid by for the fans.
another reason skip the nfl games. ainsley: begin with fox news alert. north korea is setting off a series of tunnel explosions as the country begins to demolish nuclear test site. foreign journalists are there but international inspectors are not. the move seen as a gesture of goodwill by kim jong un ahead of the upcoming summit with president trump. north korea is once again threatening to call it off and calling vice president pence a political dummy. they're angry over his warning the nation could end up like libya if they don't make a deal. >> today's mourners will pay respect to the fallen police officer murdered on the job. amy cap prerio will be laid to rest tomorrow. police say she was responding to a call about the teens robbing a home when their get away driver ran her over with a stolen jeep. under maryland state law if someone is killed during a burglary, accomplices can be found guilty of murder. a plane's wing smacks into a
concrete post moments after landing. from dublin clipping the as it approaches gate. the tractor crew guiding the plane misjudged the turn. there was no major damage and no one was hurt it did take an hour to get everyone off. you just never know what you will see at a basin game especially when the former president of the united states is there george w. bush turning into the heckler in chief washing the mascot race featuring himself. watch. is that was him yelling. the 43rd president on or about of the rangers and frequently goes to games. by the way, his moss scott did win the race. steve: funny how that works. brian: bring on jefferson. ainsley: thank you very much, jillian. looks like this harvard professor has other plans. >> can't use it over and over again against the same president. >> right. >> if you are going to shoot him, have you got to shoot the tail.
steve: really? joe concha on that next. ainsley: plus, he deserves it little boy thanking police for pulling his mom over. the hilarious reason why coming up. ♪ i fought the law and the won. let's get started. show of hands. who wants customizable options chains? ones that make it fast and easy to analyze and take action?
steve: it has been one of the democrats' rallying cries since day one. impeach the president. now one harvard law professor taking it to a whole different level. >> you can't be the boy who cried wolf and expect to have a viable impeachment power. you can't use it over and over again. against the same president. >> right. >> if you are going to shoot him, have you got to shoot the tail. steve: where is the outrage? here to weigh in columnist for the hill joe concha. joe, good morning to you. >> how are you? steve: doing better than he is he was out promoting new impeachment book and he really stepped in it? >> it appears so. what he has stepped in is basically not a lot of controversy in terms of president press holding him to account for making that remark. there is affliction, steve in this country that is sweeping the entire nation
and that the infliction of selective outrage. what i mean by that is i go bag to august of 2016. candidate trump. he brings up the right to bear apartments. hillary clinton is elected the judges she appoints to the supreme court can take that second amendment away or at least change it and he says and i quote. if she gets to pick her judges, nothing to do. second amendment people maybe there is. he later says pro-second amendment citizens must organize and get out to vote to save our constitution. here are the headlines that were a result of trump just saying that. steve: that was big. >> my gosh. huffington post donald trump suggests shooting hillary clinton, her supreme court picks or both. or the atlantic trump's second amendment comment can nont excused. the point is if a republican or a conservative says something like this. the condemnation is overwhelming, if it happens with somebody like lawrence tribe who is a harvard law professor. steve: friends with the obamas and selective outrage. >> sweeping the country like the macarena 1996.
macarena. steve: he did to his credit apologize. he wrote this on twitter otherwise good interview i made a terrible word choice saying impeachment bullet can only be shot once. so, one must shoot to kill. i wasn't speaking literally but hard to reduce gun violence. this was inexcusable very sorry. >> very trumpian and otherwise good interview. you could leave that part out when doing the apology. steve: i remember the time sarah palin got in trouble selective outrage graphic campaign things before gabriel giffords was shot down in arizona. nonetheless, the outrage was intense. >> to the point where when gabriel giffords and the horrible shooting that happened in arizona, sarah palin was blamed directly because she had campaign fliers out saying that these districts are in the crosshairs. steve: to your point the outrage was there because she was a conservative.
>> that's exactly right. look, we see kathy griffin. remember, she held up a likeness of president trump. steve: right. this was exactly a year ago. she is on the view just two weeks ago getting a stopping ovation while most of the hosts on that show were applauding her for what she did. remember shakespeare in the park just last summer? graphically murdering the president basically on stage? standing ovations every night and the press definited it. the point is this is the new normal it never would have been in a billion years a new normal under the previous administration if this were president obama. steve: exit question, is it part of the problem the fact that so many members of the mainstream media are democrats? or lean that way? >> oh, well, they definitely lean that way and just to wrap up here, 91% of all coverage of this president has been negative since he has taken office. that's pew, that's media research so maybe they agree with this sort of rhetoric because of hot target, no pun intended is. steve: joe concha explaining very well selective outrage in the media. joe, thank you very much.
>> i'm glad we got to talk about the macarena. steve: me too. first one today. the trump campaign and rnc teeming up to fight the censorship of conservative ideas. there's no monsters. but you said they'd be watching us all the time. no, no. no, honey, we meant that progressive would be protecting us 24/7. we just bundled home and auto and saved money. that's nothing to be afraid of. -but -- -good night, kyle. [ switch clicks, door closes ] ♪ i told you i was just checking the wiring in here, kyle. he's never like this. i think something's going on at school. -[ sighs ] -he's not engaging.
ainsley: three tons, the weight of supplies just delivered to the international space station. the cargo, including science experiments blasted off from virginia on monday. and, next, 84. that is how many years it's been since the lock necessarloch nessphoto was take. it turns out, brian, despite what you say, it's fake. keep of researchers will head to scott land to take
d.n.a. samples from that water to find out what creatures live in that water. 30. how many minutes expert glass of wine could take off your life. drinking wine mighting doing more harm than goodbye raising the risk of heart disease. other studies have suggested wine could be good for your heart. one scientist says it's great for you. the next scientist says it's not. going to keep drinking our wine. i'm knocking minutes off every day. steve: facebook and other social media networks under fire for alleged censorship of conservative viewpoints. >> a great many americans who i think are deeply concerned that facebook and other tech companies are engaged in a pervasive pattern of bias and political censorship. >> i understand where that concern is coming from because facebook and the tech industry are located in silicon valley which is
extremely left leaning place. ainsley: the 2020 campaign and rnc are taking their censorship straight to the source. sending letter right now as they are on air to facebook and to twitter. brian: here with more are trump 2020 campaign manager brad parscal and ronna mcdaniel: . remarkable stunning. >> digital director during the 2016 campaign. brian: your reaction, definite legitimate fear that the right has. >> it's definite legitimate fear brad and i hear it all the time as we are traveling the country. people are concerned that conservative voices are going to be suppressed on social media. of course, many of their users are conservative. and so brad and i feel people arively wpeoplefeelpreemt
us make sure what you are going to do every voice has a say on social platforms especially ahead of the mid terms. ainsley: this letter is being sent to twitter and facebook. what does it say? >> main thing about the letter we had so much incoming about diamond and silk being blocked. other conservative voices. every day i see shadow banned. what we want to do in this letter is make sure we understanding what's happening. we want to ask them for transparency. i think the public deserves that transparency and need to know conservative voices have a chance to get their message out. this is a big problem. brian: is it happening already? >> oh, yeah. yeah. what we saw with diamond and silk. you saw mark zuckerberg have to talk about that in front of congress. we have run into campaigns one in michigan i launched and i got shut down. we need to make sure that conservative ideas and principles are allowed on these social media platforms and there is not police come from silicon valley. steve: i'm glad you mentioned thought police when mark zuckerberg was in the hot seat and talking
about hiring all these people and use a different metric to figure out something hate speech or whether it's inappropriate. they are also using in your estimation, liberal organizations as the fact checkers and that does not help your side. >> yeah. i mean, algorithm changes. let's be very honest. they live in a liberal bubble in northern california. this is where these people are doing. this companies, employees saw this in the 2016 campaign where they were manually manipulating the trends. we seen this with the algorithm changes. reduction in reach of trump's platform 20, 30, 40% reach decrease. we want to make sure they are done fairly. there is a transparent public know why can't we know why people are being banned? why we see? steve: algorithm understanding why they took something down. that's important. ainsley: brad, this is your first interview since you were named campaign manager
for 2020. did you a great job in 2016. you helped get the president elected he wants you to be the campaign manager. it's hard to believe we are already talking about this because it feels like the election was yesterday. what can we expect for 2020? >> right now the main purpose for us to do this is the 2018 mid terms. we need to be there to provide tools and help these campaigns. might be 20 volunteers. helping conservative voices be heard online. right now the biggest focus is to keep the house or the and to get the senate for the president and then keep a majority. brian: james clapper made news yesterday he said the russians threw the elections. it's personal for you and is it accurate in your mind. >> it's so false and james clapper is trying to cover himself right now because he is in the hot seat. listen, i ran michigan. hillary clinton was not in our state. she do not bring a message to the voters of our state that resonated and president trump did. he talked about trade. he talked about jobs. he talked about wages look
where our country is already under our leadership. he won this election because he cared about average working class families in this country. is he delivering. and hillary clinton was so out of touch. that's the only reason that she lost. >> i think people take reports from liberal media that just make up stories. they have no idea. there is no connection. you know, facebook execs came out there on facebook and twitter and put things out publicly and said there was no connection. there continues to be. this is just a witch-hunt. i agree 100 percent with the president. we did everything a legitimate way they can't stand we made 5.9 million ads on our side and hillary only made 56,000 ads. they don't understand how we did that and they want to stop us and only way to do that is to fight a fair way. it? >> is dangerous for our democracy for them to delegitimize the voters of our country. delegitimizes what happened in november of 2016. millions of americans came and voted for president donald trump. it's dangerous for our
democracy if they continue to push this narrative that russia determined the fate of our election. steve: and, brad, on election day, 2016, you know, you saw all the online stuff. at what point did you realize hey, wait a minute, is he going to win. >> it was a couple days before that i was in the studio with other people, i said early results are coming in. can you see the trends. and we could also see the enthusiasm on their side that's not there. their polster was looking at it. it was inaccurate. for our data science, the republican party has one of the most elaborate and sophisticated data in history. that continues to lead us smart decisions and see that withholding the house. steve: you have a big smile because you are paying for it. >> it is the best and michigan, we had president trump winning by 8,000 votes 2 days before the election he won by 10,700. that's how spot on it was. >> it's important. it's the party of trump. ainsley: thanks for being with us. >> thank you for having us.
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brian: june 12th, are you going to be in singapore. >> we will see what happens. right now we are looking at it. we are talking about it. they are talking to us. we have certain conditions. we will see what happens. but, there is a good chance. it would be a great thing for north korea. if that happens, it will be a great thing for north korea. most importantly, it would be a great thing for the world. so we will see what happens. brian: right. are you okay with the phase-in of a denuclearization if the confidence measures are required? >> we're going to see. i would like to have interest done immediately. physically a phase-in may be a little bit necessary. would have to be a rapid phase in. i would like to see it be done at one time. steve: as that sound bite was running. newt gingrich says i think he is playing it exactly right. former speaker of the house,
ran for president. got a book out. coming june 5th that's called president trump's america. mr. speaker, good morning. >> he is playing it right. steve: what do you mean he is playing it right. >> would like to do it. if it doesn't work out. we will keep the sanctions on. the problem is kim jong un not him. is he not panting heavily and saying we have to get this done. what can i could t do to appeas. if i send you a couple billion in cash will you like me more? trump is saying you want to come and meet and have a chance for your regime to survive glad to talk to you. don't want to do it, fine with me. ainsley: he was saying want to talk get rid of your nukes. steve: all at once. ainsley: he says we are not agreeing to that president art of the deal sit down with them and phases they might work. what's more important to do the phase in so they get the meeting or is it more important to get rid of the nukes and don't have the meeting? >> i think north koreans
insist we give up the demand. it's better to have the meeting. ainsley: i agree. >> first of all, north korea has enough weapons, aimed at seoul, biggest city in south korea that they can kill hundreds of thousands of people the first day without nuclear weapons. so you have to be very careful about a war. last the last thing you want. trump has ratcheted up the pressure, he has made it very real. i actually thought that secretary pompeo's speech about the iranians was also aimed at the north koreans. it was a very tough speech and said basically we're going to take apart your economy reminder to the north koreans you don't want to play nice, fine we are gigger than you we will not place maria nice either. brian: after that meeting in china. he mentioned it. and then vice president pence hardly a rogue comes out and says that libya
model is always an option they came back and called him a political dummy yesterday. that person making a statement is very tight with kim jong un within his administration here is the balancing problem they have got. dick share theship dedicated entire life to achieving nuclear weapons and protecting themselves. millions of people spent entire life doing. this kim jong un one of the people commented to me may have a difficult time going goig to singapore because he might not be allowed back in. brian: that was the concern of the south korean newspaper there might be a co ma coupe if he leaves the
country. >> reagan used to say trust but verify. the news of this guy is distrust and really verify. i think as long as have you pompeo and bolton and trump all moving in the same direction, and i think it is a gooded in to -- i think i will go rogue that's not going to happen that was a very deliberate. bolton's comment was deliberate and also a reminder. we're happy to work it out so you survive. but there are other options where you don't survive. steve: wheel of misfortune. >> i like that. that's good. steve: new book trump's america comes out in about two weeks. can you preorder it now. thank you. brian: i imagine the president gets a free copy. we will find out in the break. here is jillian with other breaking news. jillian: that's right. good morning. hillary clinton says she supports women but she just
made this endorsement for new york governor. >> i'm also really inspired by women who are making their voices heard like never before. cheers. >> do we love hillary clinton? [laughter] >> clinton backing anthony comb go mow or cynthia nixon. 95% of the vote at the state convention. nixon needs 15,000 signatures to get on the ballot. antipolice protesters resorting to really awful tactics during a calm, pro-police demonstration. ainsley: watch that again. a woman spits at chicago police officers. their police union marched into city hall to rally against rahm emanuel who they say has pandered to antipolice media and won't stand up for officers.
on another note, this is a great story, she deserved it a 10-year-old boy thanking a police officer for pulling over his mom. the child writing in a letter, quote: she deserved it because she took my phone away and i did not like it. she always brags about how good of a driver she is, and it annoys me. the boy writing the letter to the police department in texas assignment during national police week. they loved it so much they shared it online. steve: might be in trouble for saying mom annoys him. ainsley: that's what we are supposed to do as moms. annoy our kids. 41 minutes after the top of the hour. thank you, jillian. what does it take to predict the weather for the ships that are out at sea? brian: janice dean is about to find out. she has had a special fleet week guest and joining us for weather. hey, janice. janice: we have great crowd out here for fleet week, too, don't we? >> yeah. janice: my friend, what do you do -- i mean what is --
first of all, give me your name and what you do. >> i'm joshua gaddfield. i do weather forecasts for the navy. jab january we have that in common. tell me what this contraption. >> this is automated observation censor. it gives us realtime data on the atmosphere. janice: fantastic. what are your job duties. >> our job duties, we provide maritime and aviation forecast for naval assets. there is not a submarine, plane or a ship port without getting a forecast. janice: you are very important person then. >> yeah. janice: let's do the forecast together. will you do that for me. >> can i do that. janice: take a look. here it is. the forecast for fleet week this week in new york city. take it away, joshua. >> today is sunny and 82. tomorrow it will be 87 with a low of 60. and partly cloudy. saturday we have a possibility for thunderstorms and a high of 88. it will be nice of warm with a low of 68.
sunday it will be overcast a little bit of rain and a high of 68 and a low of 64. and monday high of 70 and a low of 59. janice: how did he do everybody? [cheers] janice: oh my gosh, joshua, you come back any time and you are better dressed than i am right now. happy fleet week, everybody, how did he do? steve: nicely done. janice: we have quite a crowd out here from fleet week, ainsley, brian, steve. steve: we're going to have a tug-of-war between the navy and the marines coming up. ainsley: uh-oh veteran over there brian bine pipe down over there. steve: who was that voice? listen to this. heading to the bill gives veterans more healthcare choices. will it really help our heroes in the guy you just heard with the loud holler, standing by is on that next.
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sign a landmark bill, a bipartisan bill giving veterans more healthcare choices. steve: what does it all mean "fox & friends weekend" co-host pete hegseth also a u.s. army vet. i think you heard that in the last break joins us live. what do you think? pete: this is a huge promise he made on the campaign trail and huge promise kept. it's not a perfect bill but great bill. centered on giving veterans a choice we talk about it all the time. if a veteran can't be seen promptly by the v.a. and the bureaucracy. why don't they get to choose to go to a private provider and us the taxes pair who said we would take care of them. >> dollars follow that veto take care of that private. this bill does a lot of that not a full choice but it gets us closer and it has the right enemies. sometimes you have to look at something based on its enemies, bernie sanders hastings the bill. he wants single pair government run healthcare. steve: of course. >> the v.a. unions hate this bill. >> scary sometimes when too
much consensus that means -- steve: how could you vote against it? >> hard for senators to deny the fact that a veteran should be able to choose. also gives the v.a. the ability to restructure itself, close facilities that aren't working or aren't being used and really give a veteran -- it's all about choice. that's what the president promised. vets are not dumb. we know where we want to get care. let us choose. >> the criteria to make is that choice, that does that worry you. i called, i couldn't get through, so now i can say i'm delayed. delayed enough to use my private physician? >> part of the problem is you still have a gate keeper who says you can have choice or not have choice. the v.a. has not done choice well so far. because that call maybe they get choice, maybe they don't. the v.a. doesn't pay for it and now they are stun stuck fore bill. the acting v.a. secretary who will be the v.a.
secretary next believes in choice. have you got to streamline it because so far the v.a. bureaucracy has fought this. they have said okay, we will give you choice but on our terms. when you decide that you really want choice, then you make the process easy so vets can actually -- ainsley: v.a. wasn't doing their job. keeping people on the list too long and then these veterans were dying and they weren't able to go to another hospital to get care. steve: step in the right directions. >> all about the v.a. and not the vets. this puts vets first. ainsley: this high school senior wanted to wear her army sash at graduation. it was given to her by a recruiter. but the school says no. and, of course, there is growing outrage about this one. steve: cooking with friends on the plaza. johnny joey jones is making spaghetti and meatballs with a twist. ainsley: yum ♪ dreaming red, white, and blue
steve: he served and sacrificed nation marine corps bomb technician. do you know johnny joey jones also knows something about making meatballs. ainsley: they smell so good. it's never too early to eat meatballs. is he here with chef collins woods from camp southern ground a camp with a special focus on military families. welcome to you both. >> thank you. ainsley: is this your favorite meal. >> it is. more importantly it's the kids favorite meal. summer camp for kids. autism spectrum get to come there and have camp with regular ability kids and go through exclusive camp. one of the things we know anti-inflammatory diet is really important.
non-gmo and gluten free and major allergens. ainsley: brian has it all. brian: get marching orders? >> yeah. chef collins efforts. steve: johnny, explain your connection to him and why he has got a very famous guy who sits down at his table? >> absolutely. seth collins is a good friend of mine. chef collins is the executive chef for camp southern ground which was started by founded by zac brown. zac brown band. so, collin spent a few years with zac personal family chef. i think they are missing him right now. but great to lend him to us. putting together a menu for the kids. we have squash and spaghetti squash and chicken meatballs. ainsley: instead of pasta you do the squash. >> gluten free alternative. brian: the cool connection here with collins. the first thing i learned to makes a a young adult was
spaghetti squash. i was taught by a navy chef who got e tech with me. battle still cooked every day. when collins brought this menu i thought this is perfect. >> save on paper plates like the pilgrims. it's amazing. ainsley: brian, come on you can taste it. ainsley: brian is a very healthy eater. brian: very important. get over here. ainsley: really good. janice, come on over. steve: a little caragon. >> how long does it take to prep. >> a little over an hour. standing over the shoulder pretending like i'm doing something. steve: if you would like the recipe go to foxandfriends.com it will be there very shortly. all right. chef, thank you very much for joining us live. johnny is going to be with us in a couple of minutes to weigh in on what the president just said
♪ >> commander-in-chief vowing to crack down on the brutal ms-13 gang. >> these are stone cold killers. vicious killers. they should not be allowed into the country. >> comey acknowledged surveillance occurred but stressing it was regulated. >> everything i have done for the country, firing of james comey is going to go down as a very good thing. steve: two blockbuster briefings are set to give lawmakers what they have been asking, did the fbi spy on the trump campaign. the country begins to demolish its nuclear test site. brian: june 12th, will you be in singapore? >> we'll see what happens. >> nfl approves a national anthem rule, if you're not
standing, stay in the locker room. >> you have to stand proudly for the national anthem. ♪ steve: it is the biggest town in this republic. it is new york city, we're broadcasting lynch from 48th and 6th avenue. we have a big crowd in front of the building. it is fleet week kickoff. ainsley: the ms-13 forum in long island. brian went to it. it es in his neighborhood. got a exclusive one-on-one. brian: between events, he had a fund-raiser. in between events he had to jettison real quick. he came up. we were ready to go when he walked out. this was behind the curtain. third question i asked him about the breaking news that the nfl came up with a new anthem policy where you have got to stand.
if you don't stand you have to stay in the locker room. here is his reaction. some breaking news while you were in there. the nfl made a decision on something that means a lot to you and other americans. nfl owners voted unanimously to approve a new national anthem rule, it says if you are not going to stand stay in the locker room. if you go to the field you have to stand. if you have a protest, your team will get fined. first time you're hearing this. what is your reaction to mr. president. >> that is good hearing it. i don't think people should stay in locker rooms. you should stand proudly for the national anthem. you shouldn't be playing or shouldn't be there or maybe shouldn't be in the country. tough stand proudly for the national an then. the nfl owners did the right thing if that was done. brian: do you feel like you push this story forward and push it to conclusion? >> the people pushed it forward. it was not me. i brought it out. the peel pushed it forward. this country is very smart. we have very smart people. you know that is something that ideally could have been taken care of when it first started it
would have been a lot easier. if they did that, they're doing the right thing. steve: if you won't stand, maybe you should be, you should not be in the country. that is the president's assessment of what should happen to the players who, as we saw last year, it was random but there were a lot of people who did decide to take a knee because they felt like they wanted to bring attention to their cause. brian: san francisco 49ers jed york. i will abstain. 31 owners said yes. this is the new policy one said i will not vote at all. they had the most kneelers. it started with them. eric reed as well as kaepernick. both don't have jobs and both have a lot of football left because they don't want the blowback. cincinnati bengals owner came out and said, eric, i want to sign you, but if you won't stand for the anthem i won't. i can't guarranty i won't. he is now suing the league for collusion trying to destroy his
career. ainsley: giants owner said impact on the business. ratings were down 10%. important to be concerned about fans concern without them you're dead. fans are there to watch football. it is important not to have distractions. steve: you know what? the nfl was in a pickle. owners predominantly would like them all to stand. that is why they came up with the half measure. then again a lot of people in the country who feel players should be able to express themselves even though this is their place of employment. we asked what you you thought. suzie sent a tweet, why are they being allowed to hide in the locker room. if you live in the usa, get out, then out of respect, to the flag and all those who gave their lives for our freedom, they should all be required to stand. if you don't like this country, move somewhere else! which sounds kind of like what the president said. brian: go ahead. >> ryan e-mailed said it is not about the right thing to do. it is all about the money the
nfl has been losing. i don't even get excited to watch anymore. brian: gallup did a poll, what is your favorite sport? 43% of the country said nfl, football, now down to 37%. red says, i will abstain watching a single game for a second year in a row. ainsley: wow. steve: meanwhile something else brian talked to the president about. yesterday the president came out with a tweet and gave what is going on with mr. comey and perhaps a spy close to the trump campaign a name and the name is "spygate." the news today is that devin nunez wants to meet with department of justice officials along with trey gowdy and see some documents or some information regarding that secret source that we've heard a lot about. the names are floating around there, apparently a professor of some sort, and it looks like they're going to have a meeting and go hours of later the gang of eight will come in. these are people who get to see all the big secrets in our nation. how much will they see?
what will they be able to take away? we don't know and department of justice isn't saying. >> james comey tweeted, facts matter, the use of confidential human source, the actual term, not spy, is tightly regulated and essential to protect the country. attacks on the fbi and lie being about its work will do lasting damage to our country. how will republicans explain this to our grandchildren. brian: i asked the president what his reaction to that. we read some of your tweets on air. james comey responded, he said about a spy being in your campaign. he said this, facts matter. the fbi use of confidential human sources maybe you referred to as possible spies, that is the actual term is highly regulated and essential to protecting the country. attacks on the fbi and lying on its work will do lasting damage to our country. how will republicans explain this to their grand children. what is your reaction to james comey. >> how will he explain to his
grand children, all of the lies, all of the deceit, all the problems he caused for this country? i think a thing i have done for the country, the firing of james comey is going to go down as a very good thing. the fbi is great. i know so many people in the fbi. the fbi is a fantastic institution but some of the people at the top were rotten apples. james comb min was one of them. i've done a great service for this country by getting rid of him, by firing him. brian: you have no problem explaining this to your grandchildren. >> no, no. we're doing a great job. our country is coming back. our country is respected again. what we're doing over there is just another sign of it. that is just one of many things. but we have a country that has come a long way in a short period of time. i think you know that better than anybody, brian. you see that, you report on it every day. you look at the economy, look at jobs, lowest unemployment rate in many, in decades. lowest plaque unemployment in --
black unemployment in history. lowest hispanic unemployment in history. lowest women unemployment, 19 years. our country is doing well and we're respected again. we're doing incredible trade deals which haven't been negotiated for 25 years. brian: couple things. there has been a follow-up tweet after that, comey, a dangerous time led by those who lie about anything, backed by those who believe anything, based on information from media sources will say anything. americans must break out of this bubble to seek the truth. they will seek the truth with the "gang of eight" and devin vin nunez at years. there are rumors, fbi agents will step out against comey and mccabe. one perhaps is doing that. his name is joe penta, who interviewed general flynn. he plans to testify against comey and mccabe adding this. i, it was all comey. ainsley: what is his title? he is in the intelligence community? brian: he is in the fbi. interviewed michael flynn. steve: we knew you would read that tweet. we have booked an fbi agent in
the next segment. he served for 24 years. ainsley: former. steve: now he says so many agent who want to torch comey and mccabe. they're hoping they can be subpoenaed, which is just a different way to get them to testify aside from the official whistle-blower way. brian: by the way, some times the administration has said it's not about the fbi. it's about the leadership of the fbi, and if this happens, that would back it up. you notice the president went out of his way, i love the fbi. i just have a problem with james comey. ainsley: the president said that he said field offices, that is not the problem. the problem is few bad apples were trying, they don't like him. steve: 7th floor over in the corner. we'll talk to the fbi agent in a moment. we'll talk to jillian who has the news. jillian: we start with a fox news alert. north korea is setting off tunnel explosions as the country begins to demolish its nuclear test site. a sky news reporter hand-picked
to be there described the historic moment. >> it was very -- rigged with explosives. they said, three, two, one. this huge explosion. you could feel it. the dust came at you. the heat came at you, extremely loud. jillian: the move seen as a gesture of goodwill by kim jong-un ahead of the upcoming summit with president trump. north korea is once again threatening to call it off and calling vice president pence a political dummy. they're angry over his warning the nation could end up like libya if they don't make a deal. a border patrol agent shoots and kills an illegal immigrant in apapparent act of self-defense. the agent was attacked by a group in rio bravo, texas after being they hit him with blunt objections and the agent fired his gun. three illegals are in custody. the fbi and investigators. what caused a air force training jet to crash and burst
into flames. both pilots, the instructor and student ejected safely near columbus air force base in mississippi. they're out of the hospital but not identified. this is the second t-38 talon jet in three months. paw bower decide when his plane went down in texas. president trump will award retired master chief met at this officer, britt slabinski. he will be the 12th living service member awarded medal of honor for bravery in afghanistan. back to you. steve: what a story. meanwhile president trump quadrupled down calling members of ms-13 animals again but i.c.e. director tom homan says that word is not enough. ainsley: seven firefighters
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♪ >> they have destroyed the fbi. it will take a generation for the fbi to return to the respect of the american people that it deserves. james comey, who says he loves the fbi, has actually slit its throat. steve: apparently some fbi agents feel exactly the same way according to "the daily caller." they are hoping, the agents are, for a subpoena from congress so they can disclose all the problems caused by comey and former deputy fbi director andrew mccabe. our next guest has been calling out those two in particular for corruption. chris schweikert served 24 years as an fbi agent. he joins us live from charlotte. chris, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: what do you not like about what the top echelon at the fbi did? >> well, virtually every issue that you just discussed there vectors back to comey's inner circle. they bent the rules, they
corrupted the rules and they brought us to where the fbi is today. where they were injected into politics and the rules are designed to keep the fbi out of politics. the u.s. attorneys are a buffer. the courts are a buffer. and the fbi management should be a buffer particularly at the top of the house but in this case the rules were broken at the very top of the house. laundering leaks through a third party. very light investigation of the hillary clinton email and foundation, but at the same time, going, really pushing the envelope out on the trump investigation. steve: sure, james clapper said, on the view, when he was being grilled bring joy behar, he said, we weren't spying on the trump campaign. we were spying on the russians which makes it even worse. if the u.s. government knew russians were involved in the trump campaign, wouldn't there be obligations for the federal
government, wouldn't they tell a guy running for president, by the way, the russians are attempting to get close to you? >> there may be a light attempt. putin is no friend of the u.s. he would like to dance on our grave. he would like to put this democracy under. they envy our freedoms. they hate our freedoms and our democracy. he would do anything he can to undermine it. i understand that part of it completely. we need to get to the bottom of that. steve: okay. so you say the fbi has become super politicized. how many agents, field agents are out there, who if given the chance would go ahead and tell what they now and sounds like it wouldn't be good for mr. comey or mr. mccabe? >> i think there is about 15,000 agents and about 38,000 fbi employees. i'm not saying that the fbi is politicized. i'm saying comey and his inner circle took actions that tossed the fbi right into a political storm where they don't belong and they did it in so many
different ways. all stems from july 2016. every agent that i talk to, current and former bears a lot of bitterness and resentment towards comey and that inner circle, because they don't deserve this. they work hard every day. steve: right. >> they're the best of the best. finest law enforcement and intelligence agency in the world and they're being painted by the broad brush because of comey's actions. steve: sure. chris, exit question with law men. you're always trying to figure out a motive. why would comey and mccabe and others have done it? >> i mean i can only come back to two things. one is pure ego. they were i think, thought they were the center of the universe when it comes to making these morality decisions about who was good and who was bad. i also think that, they may well have been leaning towards the hillary camp. we now know from, from the book
that comey's entire family was leaning in that direction. we know mccabe was very much in the hillary camp because of the donations. i don't say this lightly. i mean everybody has political opinions. every agent votes. that is a political act in and of itself. steve: absolutely. when it crosses the line. that is what bugs you. chris schweiker served our nation 24 years. thank you for your service -- swecker. >> thank you. steve: what do you think about that? email us at foxandfriends.com. president under fire for calling ms-13 members animals. wait until you hear what i.c.e. director tom home ma'am calls them. he joins us in seven minutes. one fire department has seven babies. the whole group will join us live next.
♪ brian: quick headlines now. i certainly hope you're dressed. trouble with schools. go to school you could win tickets to a sports game or movie? students in washington, d.c., entered to win those prizes if they take a pledge to improve their attendance. the program in response to a report showing poor class records in d.c. and, a former teacher of the year honored by president obama is kicked off of a licensing board for bashing president trump. amy hewitt olente going on expletive state rant on facebook. the minnesota state senate voting her off the board. banning a student from wearing army sash to a graduation. the school told her she couldn't
wear it. she did anyway. when the principal spotted it he claims to threaten not to give her a diploma. graduates can only wear symbols earned there. she was given the sash by her recruiter. here is a woman that would wear a sash regardless of derision coming her way, is ainsley. ainsley: you're crazy, brian. thank you. it's a baby boom at glenview fire department in oklahoma. seven firefighters welcoming home babies within their families within a matter of months. the whole group joins us this morning. lieutenant kendall dykes. corporal does at this hutchinson with babely henley. captain sam shanks with baby say i don't remember. firefighter darren groom, with cadence. firefighter dusty toad with cohen. firefighter mickey whitney with gracie lynn. they are so cute. welcome, gentlemen. thank you so much, first of all your service but for being with
us this morning this is such a cute shot. >> thank you. >> thanks for having us. ainsley: you're welcome. lieutenant dykes, what the heck is going on there? what is in the water at your firehouse? >> we have wonderful wives. we have, some of us got recently married. they didn't waste no time starting families. yeah, no, we, we just had a lucky year i guess. ainsley: yes, you did. corporal hutchinson. what is it like at home? did you realize it would be this much work? >> yeah. you know we have, we're fixing to have a 3-year-old next month. this one, she is pretty easy to her. ainsley: that's great. captain shanks, do y'all bring babies to work, other than today? do they all hang out together? >> oh, yeah. they usually in the evenings after our duty time, we have a little bit of down time, they come up and visit us.
we, just makes the evening kind of go by. good to see them whenever you are away from home. ainsley: kyle, how about you, what's it been like for you? >> it has been a lot of fun. this is my second boy. i have a 4-year-old as well. i'm looking forward to the wrestling and stuff when they get a little older. but, i'm glad to have some boys, maybe continue on in the fire service. continue the tradition. ainsley: that is so sweet. firefighter groom, what is harder, working at the firehouse or working at home with a baby? >> well i have a food -- good wife that spoils me. home life is not so bad. ainsley: that's sweet. >> i have some good babies. >> they're all so active. let's bring in the wives? are they around, off-camara to go with the babies? we would love to see them. they're running to the rescue. that's great. firefighter todd, what has been the biggest shock for you being
a dad? >> biggest -- i'm sorry i didn't hear you? >> what is the biggest shock for you being a dad. >> oh, it's, it is wild, as probably the biggest shock. ainsley: are you getting any sleep. >> i didn't know i would be so busy? at the fire station sometimes. [laughter]. ainsley: you get more sleep at work than you do at home? >> sometimes. ainsley: firefighter whitney, tell us about you and your baby and personality of your child? >> well this is gracie lynn. as you can see, she is pretty docile personality. we have been very fortunate. she sleeps well. she has been a great baby. we're glad she is here to be part of the family. we're very blessed. ainsley: you used the word family. you feel like family at firehouse. you do good so much for your community. you have beautiful families at home. 20 firefighters work with you guys. seven of you welcomed these new babies in 10 months.
we wish you well. we all love family. it is wonderful. congratulations. god bless all of those babe sys. you're welcome. thank you. president trump not backing down on his description of ms-13. >> they said they're people. they're not people. these are animals. ainsley: but acting i.c.e. director thomas homan says the word animals, well, it doesn't go far enough. and he is going to join us live next. nancy pelosi isn't done hearing about the crumbs comment. one business owner called her out on that and her response is next. ♪ hey shrimp fans - this one's for you.
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they shouldn't be allowed in the country. the laws are horrible. we're bringing them out by the thousands as you know. we're setting records. we're doing from the standpoint of law enforcement a great job. the democrats are sticking up for ms-13. these are stone cold killers, vicious killers. steve: you have the president yesterday doubling down, tripling down, quadrupling down referring to ms-13 members as animals. tom homan, acting director of i.c.e. joins us. he was there as well. the president is right, isn't he? >> i told the president yesterday, i know he is taking a lot of hits for the comment, when you think about it, i said yesterday animals kill to survive. ms-13 kills for support to terrorize. for those questioning president on use of word animal, talk to parents of children that were murdered. not just murdered, hacked to death. imagine a parent living rest of their life knowing their child and suffered, terrorized, killed slowly in such a manner?
ainsley: i wonder what they would call ms-13, probably worse than animals. you bring up how brutal this group his. miguel lopez elbrego. he was 19 years old. he is behind bars. he is charged with murder. he lure ad man into a park. he told others with ms-13, through walkky talk whichky that the guy walked into the park. they grabbed guy. choked him. decapitated him. cut out his heart and threw down a grave they prepared for him. and nancy pelosi said these are god's children, we should protect them? >> the rhetoric against this president and those that protect ms-13 i wish they felt as strong about the attacks these same people make on i.c.e. officers and border patrol agents. a congressman in new york stood in front of our building called us the gestapo, nazis, war criminals. brian: who was that? >> representative yvette clark. here is congressman, anybody ask
for a apology for that? you're talking about sworn law enforcement officers compared to the gestapo. enforcing laws that congress enacted. this representative was part of congress enacted these laws yet we're called nazi. i've been called nazi and racist. where is the apology? sworn law enforcement officer took a oath to enforce laws. they're being vilified. brian: they are not targeting rich, white, upper class people in mansions. they're targeting working-class people, usually hispanic. that is where they're going after. so you can't say this is xenophobia or anti-hispanic action. nobody talks about that. >> absolutely. i talk about it as much as i can. if these politicians really care about the immigrant community they would want to take ms-13 on too. last time i was here, i talked about sanctuary cities. you release criminals from jails, not give them overto i.c.e., they will return to the immigrant community to victimize the very same immigrant
community. do you really care about the immigrant community or is this political issue? and anti-president trump, anti-law enforcement. brian: one of the things the president apparently was talking about yesterday for these nations that allow the ms-13 people to march into the united states. if those nations don't do something to stop them, our foreign aid into their treasurys could be coming into an end. >> i can tell you i.c.e. is working very hard. we have vetted units. i have attache officers and special agents in central america in el salvador. we have provided the federal police, we vetted and we trained them, prosecutors a lot of information evidence on ms-13 connections in el salvadore and taken out hundreds of them. 70% of the prison population are ms-13. many are in that prison because of brave men and women of i.c.e. what they have done. steve: are they doing enough, those countries to stop them? >> i think they're doing a lot.
i think, there is still more to do. we're working on that, but i can say we work closely with the federal police in el salvador to take out the command-and-control structure down there. ainsley: before you were with i.c.e. you were a police officer, right? >> yes, ma'am. ainsley: you talk about the war on law enforcement, the numbers are staggering 26 cops have been killed this year already, we're only five months in. brian: last year 30 knife in all -- 35 in all. >> the law on law enforcement, i've been a law enforcement officer 35 years, it is unbelievable what is going on. these men and women, i will say it many times more, these men and women chose a profession to strap a gun to hair hip, leave the security and safety of their home to defend the nation. these are american patriots. people want to vilify them, when everybody else is running away from danger, they're running toward it. i have 51 names on the national law enforcement memorial, i.c.e. does in washington, d.c. so i take exception to when
people want to attack i.c.e. officers. if you want to attack law enforcement in this country, go walk the wall in washington, d.c., 20,000 names of men and women who died for their country. their heart stopped beating that day, defend their country. their families will live the rest of their lives. walk the walk and faces of families who have to deal with tragedy every day. these are american heroes. they should be recognized. brian: it is a shame. people are not getting that message. word there will be less tom homans will do this for a living if the image of law enforcement doesn't get bert because right now they're being targeted. >> since i've been in this job i received numerous death threats, death threats made against my family. i won't be bullied and law enforcement officers will not be bullied. they will keep doing the job, defend the nation and these are special people. they didn't choose a profession they make a lot of money. they did it because they're patriots. they did it because they care about this country.
then we have president, did more for law enforcement continues have our six from day one and continues to have our six. he made it clear yesterday. the law enforcement in the room to stand up give him applause because they know they have a president that has got their back. steve: tom, we know you do too. ainsley: thank you, tom. >> appreciate it. steve: 20 minutes before the top. hour. jillian joins us with news about the baby. jillian: warning for parents right now. your baby's teething medicine could be deadly. fda says jells and creams containing a drug, ben sew cain, can cause rare or fatal side-effects for children those two and younger. dr. nicole sapphire joined us earlier to explain. >> there is component, benzocane can displace okay again from the child's blood, from hemoglobin. this can happen in adults, being a young child the effects are
significantly more secure. jillian: maker of or a gel will discontinue four teethes brand and not other oragel products. nancy pelosi quadrupling down on comments calling president's comments crumbs. listen to her after being confronted in town hall by business owner. >> when the tax and jobs bill was passed i gave my employees a thousand dollar bonus plus a 5% pay increase. this was certainly not crumbs to them. >> let me congratulate you and commend you because you're a rarity. only a small percentage of businesses shared their tax advantage with their employees. so let us thank john. [applause] jillian: take a look at that small percentage. at least 542 companies have announced bonus, pay raises, additional benefits since the tax cuts and jobs act passed. like a good number. president trump taking care of our nation's heroes before memorial day. the president expected to sign a landmark bill passed by the
senate. "fox & friends" weekend co-host, u.s. army veteran pete hegseth joined us earlier to break it down. >> if a veteran can't be seen promptly by the va and the bureaucracy, why don't they get to choose to go to a private provider and us the tax payers, who said we would take care of them, the dollars follow that vet to go to that private provider? this bill does a lot of that. jillian: the va mission act creates a commission to review va facilities and give expanded benefits to pay for caregivers for pre9/11 vets. i don't know if you see this yet, meet the cat, and taken in by a healther in greenland after a few weeks they noticed she was getting a little pudgy. so they did an ultrasound. ♪ look at that face. to all a surprise, she was pregnant with five kittens. her hilarious reaction posted
online, as you can imagine quickly going viral. steve: you're not suggesting they, the vet towed the cat you're pregnant, no. jillian: i'm not suggesting anything. you can, you know infer from that what you wish. steve: hilarious look. thank you. ainsley: janice has some weather for us. hey, janice. janice: where am i now? ainsley: where. janice: on a humvee. that is amazing. it is fleet week, what is your name sir. >> myron mason. i'm from a small town in maryland. janice: you brought this humvee. tell me what it does. >> the humvees, they do a lot of on the road all-terrain training. they take troops where they need to go. we usually mount tourette's on top that have weapons to help us with our mission. janice: thank you for bringing this today, because i never rode a humvee before and i'm excited about it. here in new york city, it will be beautiful for fleet week today. through the weekend we look at potential for showers and
thunderstorms along the gulf coast in florida. we're watching a area of low pressure that could develop into a tropical system regardless if it develops or not. we'll deal with heavy rain across the gulf coast and florida. thank you, sir. will you be participating in the tug-of-war with the navy? yeah? >> yes, ma'am. janice: are you guys excited? whoo! how about me in a humvee? [cheering] back inside. steve: janice dean. she is excited. thank you, jd. ainsley: so cute. brian: moon while is the new nfl anthem policy enough for the president? we got his first reaction. >> you have to stand proudly, for the national anthem. or you shouldn't be playing, you shouldn't be there. maybe you shouldn't be in the country. brian: you will get his initial reaction to the brand new rule the nfl passed yesterday. johnny joey jones here live to tell us his take. steve: as we just saw it's fleet week. it's a tradition on "fox & friends," the navy,
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steve: have some quick headlines for you. first up, an isis terror suspect accused of ordering attack on prince george. a teacher at a london mosque urged followers to carry out attack. jurors said they wanted to inject poison in supermarket ice cream and encourage attacks in the new york city area. yacht owned by saddam hussein becoming a luxury hotel. the iraqi government repurposed a 30 million-dollar yacht when they couldn't find a buyer. the iraqi dictator never stepped
foot on the deck. nevertheless it is now a hotel. ainsley: no one wants to buy his items. nfl issuing a new rule penalizing teams if their players kneel during the national anthem. president trump weighing in on this one for very first time saying this. >> don't think people should stay in locker rooms. but still it is good. you have to stand proudly for the national anthem or you shouldn't be playing, you shouldn't be there. maybe you shouldn't be in the country? brian: retired marine corps bomb technician johnny joey jones lost his legs in a blast in afghanistan joins us to react. johnny, we have you two-timing today. earlier we were talking about your spaghetti and meatballs. let's talk about this how do you feel about it as a veteran. >> this one isn't as exciting to talk about i will tell you. as veteran, american in general, i got in on this early on. i have spoken to colin kaepernick. spoken to eric reid. i spoke to some of the players and spoke to nfl teams.
steve: stand something important to me. >> it is important to me. what is most important to me, players might be attempted to kneel this argument might be full circle. the argument, first amendment right pay troy at tick protest that comes full circle, why do you have that first amendment right? why is it patriotic to protest? someone fought for your freedoms. this country is only country in the world wakes up every morning we're not perfect but we want to be we're willing to be. steve: what do you think of the president's comment to brian yesterday, if they don't want to stand they shouldn't be in the country? >> i don't necessarily agree with that. i appreciate the president cares that much about it. i think it is first amendment right. they are in a place of work. people sitting at home dealing with who knows what issues as important anything they would protest, deserve to check out and watch a football game for two hours. that is service they ultimately provide to this country. i thank the players. keep that in mind, stay in the locker room. i would stand in front of every one kneeling, give them a hug.
let's talk but stand with me. let me stand with you on this issue. steve: right. >> when the national anthem starts to play at any sporting event you're the one we think of. you and some other people. look at this. you have a hard time getting up the steps to even get here. you had to learn to stand again. the least we can do. we want to thank you. >> there was a time standing was most important thing in my life because something i couldn't do. there was a time when it meant so much to me to learn how to do it. so it is an important issue to me. not just as a veteran but as american cares about the country and peel in it. brian: right. johnny, we'll do a tug-of-war. to help us with it. ainsley: who will win? >> marines will win this year. they will break it. brian: navy has won the tug-of-war seven years in a row. we are about to find out. ainsley: there is lea gabrielle. brian: she is in the air force. she is alone.
>> key members of congress will be briefed about the doj and fbi investigation into russia in two big meetings today. will they get answers? waiting to hearing with secretary of state mike pompeo before senate foreign relations committee as north korea reportedly threatens to cancel the upcoming summit. join news "america's newsroom" in moments. steve: meanwhile the ultimate test of strength. we have some of our nation's strongest on the plaza. we have the navy versus the marines for our annual "fox & friends" fleet week tug-of-war competition. brian: here to represent the marines is colonel matthew righter, representing the navy, rear admiral john oscar meyer. >> great to be here. [cheering] steve: we have a bit of a streak. seven in a row for the navy. >> that's right. steve: lay off them, will you.
>> it's a core competency of the navy, line handling. we do this as part of day in, day out work. steve: would you like to give your men and women one final word of encouragement? >> they have got it already. they have been training all week. steve: colonel. >> marines, use our muscle this morning! ainsley: lea gabrielle is with the navy, brian. >> marines are going down today. steve: three, two -- come on. three, two, one. go. [cheering] steve: well, looks like it is
eight times. [applause] ainsley: you're so brave and courageous and strong. steve: rear admiral, what was secret to that win? >> theme work. brian: come on over. come on over. ainsley: johnny joey jones is a marine too. lea, come over. brian: you guys fought hard. that was a tough battle. ainsley: lea, what is going through your mind? i saw you at work, girl. you were strong. >> what is going through my mind, amazing team doing all the pulling because i didn't get pulled over on my face. brian: great job. thanks so much for what you do. back in a moment. [applause] ♪ ever?
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>> tomorrow kicks off the summer concert series. lee greenwood will be singing. >> thanks so much, guys. >> bill: well done. good morning, everybody. fox news alert. we're awaiting two highly anticipated meetings on the russia matter. that will happen at the white house. pulling back the curtain on revelations about the f.b.i.'s use of a potential informant inside the trump campaign. big morning here on thursday. i'm bill hemmer live inside of "america's newsroom." how are you doing? >> sandra: thursday morning. here we go. i'm sandra smith. trey gowdy and devin nunes. the initial exclusion of democrats sparking a political thug