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diploma and spotted his father, thought he was still deployed, showed up in graduation, nobody in the family knew he was coming. very emotional was most-watched, most trusted, most grateful you spent your evening with us, i am shannon prima. >> tuesday, june 5th, this is "fox and friends first," having right now at 4:00 am on the east coast the summit is set, the white house just announced when donald trump will come face-to-face with kim jong un but instead of eating their words democrats issue a list demands. we are live in washington with that. >> we need to figure out as a culture how we can protect people's right on both legals of this. >> the blockbuster supreme court ruling in favor of the christian baker sparking national debate. does two way tolerance exist? >> didn't apologize to her.
>> i have not talked to her. shannon: bill clinton is sick of reliving his affair and monica lewinsky says me too. aesponse to the ierview ev is talking ab "fox and friendsst right now. ♪ ♪ >> live shot of new york city shaping up to be a beautiful day in the city, hopefully the same wherever you're waking up and joining me on this tuesday, straight to our top story, another busy day and the stage is set, the white house
announced the day and time donald trump will come face-to-face with kim jong un. that high-stakes summit not happening without a list of demands from democrats, chuck schumer leading the charge. griffin jenkins live in washington dc with new developments this morning. >> one week from today, june 12th at 9:00 singapore time monday evening at 9:00 easte in the us, the historic meeting will take place according to white house press secretary sarah sanders, this just days after the letter was delivered to the pres. but they wouldn't go into detail on what was in the letter. >> won't get into specifics of the letter, they were interesting and we feel things are continuing to move forward and good proess has been made. >> sanders noted sanctions will remain in place ahead of the meeting and democrats not wanting to be left out of
negotiations, chuck schumer issuing a list of demands to earn democrat support ahead of the summit. democrats say north korea must agree to dismantle and remove all of their nuclear and biological weapons, end production and enrichment of uranium and utonr militaposes, suspend all ballistic missiltests and illuminate the program and it must commit to anywhere anytime compliance inspections, the deal must be permanent. schumer also warning any deal that doesn't require complete denuclearization of north korea is a bad deal. >> donald trump meets with kim jong un and receives a deal that truly lives up to these principles he will have made the world a much safer place but if he tries to reach a deal with kim jong un just for the sake of reaching a deal he will have been bested at the negotiating table yet again. >> the pres. will be meeting with pompeo and national security team a little later today. while a team in singapore
continues. >> interesting the demands democrats making on this deal they did not make on iran with the iran nuclear deal. have to take a closer look at that. appreciate it is fox news older, hamas calling for more bloodshed today on the israel gaza border, thousands of palestinians expected to riot to mark 51nniversary of the 6-day war which expanded his relapse borders. since april 1, '20 palestinians have been killed in protest was the most recent attack coming as israeli struck a hamas military sites. in response to hamas launching a wave of rockets at israel. suspected serial killer is dead linked to 6 murders in a matter of days and investigators believe he may have wanted to kill more. dwight jones shooting himself in an arizona hotel after a police
standoff, jones accused of killing two more people hours before his death, the first we for all connected to his 2009 divorce, his ex-wife says his current husband, a former detective recognized how the murders were related and called police. stephen pitt, the first victim, and psychiatrist in the jonbenet ramsey murder case was laid to rest yesterday. nearly 70 people confirmed dead in the devastating volcano europe and in guatemala. is the search for victims and survivors trapped under ash and mud will continue when the sun comes up. it is so hot in some places it is burning first responders shoes. a miracle among the devastation when rescuers pool a baby from the rubble alive, the second time the volcano of fire has erupted this year. the blast so large it could be seen from space was the white house fire back after sen. gets into an immigrant children's shelter, the trump team slamming
jeff merkley saying he spoke irresponsibly spreading blatant lies about routine immigration enforcement, he was trying to get answers about migrant children being separated from their families, it comes a week after democrats shared a photo of immigrant children sleeping in cages. that photo was taken during the obama administration. special counsel robert mueller wants paul manzo baeza before wn in jail now while waiting for his trial. the former trump campaign chairman accused of tampering with witnesses by sending encrypted messages to ukrainian contacts which prosecutors claim violates the terms of house arrest. manzo baeza before to guilty to charges of conspiracy and failing to register as a foreign agent, the investigation has no connection to his time in the trump campaign. the supreme court ruling in favor of a baker who refused to make a cake for same-sex
wedding, justices ruling colorado baker did not violate human rights laws when he turned them away for religious reasons. shannon prima has reaction from those justices and the couple at the center of it all. >> check phillips was not tolerated by the civil right commission of colorado. >> the legal team project phillips is celebrating today after a 7-2 supreme court opinion holding phillips never got a fair shake when he was sued by a gay couple of declining to create a custom taken summation of their same-sex wedding. ready for the majority justice kennedy noted at least one of the colorado commissioners who heard the original complaint likened philip's explanation and religious police to those who supported slavery and the holocaust, quote, this sentiment is inappropriate for commission charged with the responsibility of fair and neutral enforcement of colorado's antidiscrimination
law but kennedy himself noted the broader legal issues in this dispute are far from settled and must be done so with tolerance for both sides leading lgbt advocates with mixed feelings. >> what is important here is the supreme court in no way undermines our nation's of all rights laws. >> the couple at the center of the case, charlie craig and dave mullins say the decision means our fight against discrimination and unfair treatment will continue. we will continue fighting until no one does. justice ginsburg's dissent found it irrelevant that phillips sold cakes and cookies to gay and lesbian customers despite the fact he wocreate custom wedding cakes for the matting, qu see no reason the comments of one or 2 commissioners should be taken to overcome phillips refusal to sell a wedding cake to craig and mullins. in washington, shannon bream,
fox news. jack phillips has been called a bigot but says he was standing up for his religious beliefs, political firstname.lastname@example.org who came out as a gay conservative christian says tolerance needs to come from both sides. >> justice kennedy during oral arguments was making the case that tolerance is a 2-way street and then a modern pluralistic american society we need to figure out as a culture how we can protect people's rights on both ends of this and if there was rampant discrimination about cakes, flowers and photographers maybe the government would have more a legitimate role to intervene, and stamp out discrimination, targeting a handful of moral holdouts i don't think that is a productive way to resolve this and coexist peaceably. in 2018 america. and i hope we can strike the balance without getting at each other's the roads. >> don't miss jack phillips on
"fox and friends". millions of voters will head to the polls in eight states, big races to watch for, gubernatorial contest in california, new mexico and south dakota, november been for congress up for grabs in montana, iowa, new jersey, alabama and mississippi also holding primaries today. american intelligence officials warn of more russian cyber attacks on our elections following this throughout the day on fox. and milania honoring heroes to make the ultimate sacrifice, a special reception at the white house, the first public appearance since undergoing kidney surgery last month. she says she and thesident were honored to pay tribute to these heroes. george hw bush is back home recovering this morning after
being released from the hospital, the 93-year-old was admitted in maine two weeks ago for low blood pressure and fatigue. a bush family spokesman saying the president is back to his old self and looking forward to a summer with family and friends. the time is 10 minutes after the top of the hour and the navy sailor thrown in jail for taking photos inside a submarine says his fight for justice is just beginning. >> a clear attempt under obama to use me as a scapegoat to take the heat off hillary clinton. >> the plan to take the obama administration to court and donald trump canceled a visit to the white house for the super bowl champ eagles. now how he is taking a stand water america's heroes instead. and the jungle primary, could actually pave the way for republicans, a political analyst says they are back and watch the show.
>> polls opening in one of the biggest primaries in the country, the jungle primary in california happening today, the press looking to pick up seats in the state in a bid to regain the majo but if more deput their names on the ballot could that spell disaster for the party in a state that allows the top two regardless of party to advance? and great to have you with us. this jungle primary is something california voted on, proposition 14 and it allows the top two vote getters regardless of party to advance. democrats have so many people
running this time around, could split the vote and republicans could end it benefiting. >> docrats love the idea they adopted in 2009 that may not be ving it tonight because the issue is so many democrats running in individual races and republican solidified between one, 2 or 3 candidates, two republicans are the top two vote getters and no democrats make it to the election, and the 38th and 49th district, and the easy pickup, and two strong republicans, and 6 democrats have real money. they could basically they advance. republicans went not have to spend any money in november in races they spend millions of
dollars. >> there are 17 candidates replacing someone, being spend in that race alone. democrats pending three, close to $8 million in the top two spent 100,000. across the board for both partie in 2010, $1 million spence, $26 million, outside money coming in. >> $26 million less then another competitive districts, democrats in freak out mode because of this jungle primary system, trying to elevate one or two candidates in different races to make sure they make the ballot in november. it is great for trump and at the
same time, the numbers for republicans on the generic ballot. >> bernie sanders and joe biden are both bu 2020 run, and are top of the list, is that the best they have? >> these two candidates appeal, blue-collar voters, and trying to mimic trump in the age issue. you might have somebody close to being a great grandfather running for president again, more power to him and in the democratic party, they have no bench, no barack obamas, and starting to step up, they have
been vice presidents, and if democrats run people from either coasts they are in trouble. they have to win trump voters in wisconsin, ohio and pennsylvania, looking to these two, the other candidates have no shot at flipping trump voters who are seeing incredible economic success, 270,000 new manufacturing jobs since the president was elected. they have to find somebody who can say that is a bad thing for you. heather: if bernie sanders does run will he do better this time around if the dnc did not get involv like they did last time? thank you for joining us this morning. all eyes on california. the time is 20 minutes after the top of the hour and one town giving residents two weeks to give up their guns or face thousands in fines, the leader
of a gun rights group says it is an attack on their rights. he joins us live with his plan to fight back. >> i have not talked to her. heather: bill clinton says he does not know monica lewinsky an apology and implies he is the real victim. carly shimkus with the reaction that is setting social media on fire. ♪
lewinsky an apology because apparently he is the victim. >> you have apologized. >> i apologized. >> you didn't apologized to her. >> i have not talked to her. i do not -- nobody believes that i got out of that for free. i left the white house $50 million in debt. heather: carly shimkus with fox news headlines 247 is here with reaction online. >> after the interview and bill clinton did defend himself at a book tour event saying he did in fact publicly apologize to monica lewinsky and went on to say i support the me too movement and think it is long overdue and i always tried to support its, decisions and policies, and many people accused of blaming thvictim.
monicaewinsky q i have no too words, props for always being ahead of the curve as the first mail to somehow claim victimhood from his actions against women. sailry taughhim well.named brian put everything onto someone else. monica lewinsky said grateful to the myriad people who helped me gain perspective, in the past 20 years. bill clinton got very angry during the interview. i assume he would have an answer to that question but maybe he doesn't know what comes down the pipeline. heather: you see that flash of temper that came out, democrats and republicans defended him for a long time, came out and said that wasn't a good idea. starbucks executive stepping
down. >> there has been widespread speculation that howard shultz wants to run for president and yesterday's news that he is stepping down as chairman, of the things we want to do in the next chapter is figure out if there's a role in giving back, not sure what that means. andeeply concerned about the country, social media has lighthearted responses to this news, the best thing about the howard shultz presidency everyone gets to use the white house bathroom. how about that for a response? we are going to be following the story. >> somebody else for 2020. thank you. the time is 26 after the top of the hour. 0-tolerance means 0-tolerance, new numbers showing how serious the trump administration is about illegal immigration.
>> ready to sue the obama administration saying hillary clinton was treated better than him. pardoned by donald trump accused of mishandling classified information just like former secretary of state. robert gray has more on his fight for justice. >> he claims he was subjected to unequal protection under the law. before my navy sailor setting sites at the top, his lawyer telling fox news he plans to file a lawsuit accusing pres. obama, james comey, the justice
department and others of improperly handling the sale is case which he was convicted of mishandling classified information by taking photos of classified sections on a nuclear submarine and destroying a laptop and camera. after a felony conviction he spent time in prison and was pardoned earlier this year by donald trump. his lawyer says the court argument is the sailor was prosecuted differently than the way in which hillary clinton was for her use of a private email server when she was secretary of state, they seek to, quote, cast a light on a 2-tiered justice system they seek to correct. >> unfortunate a couple fbi agents destroyed my life for no reason. it was a clear attempt by the department of justice under obama to use me as a scapegoat to take the heat off of hillary clinton for mishandling
classified information. >> reporter: saucier said he was made an example thing two other sailors did the same thing but were not treated as criminals which is legal team unsuccessfully made a similar argument in the 2016 trial claiming it was politically motivated and arguing there was a double standard in how the case was handled. former fbi director comey did not charge clinton over the private email server saying it was, quote, extremely careless. >> the wife of george papadopoulos asking the pres. for a get out of jail free card. >> i hope he will. it is very fascinating to see my house in the center of this investigation. heather: papadopoulos pled guilty to lying to the fbi.
and alleged russian contacts to undeover dir hillary clinton in the 2016 election and no evidence of any collusion with the kremlin. illegal border crossers facing justice in the united states, a new study showing prosecution surging, andromisingo punish anyone who crossed the southern border illegally. federal prosecutors accepted more than 8000 unlawful entry cases from customers and border protection in april, 30% more than the month before. 60% more than in january. all these thrill seekers was a big weight. the ride at 6 flags, suddenly stalling more than 100 feet in the air. imagine that. a passenger stuck for 15 minutes suddenly stopped after safety
sensors detected an error. it will be thoroughly inspected before reopening. this is why i do the job. cuddling this baby girl just moments after she was involved in a car accident, and responding to a wreck, involving three small children. and picked up the girl, she was okay, after she had been crying and he held her. her mother was taken to a hospital while firefighters stayed with her children until family members arrived. all kinds of work they are out there doing. in illinois a town is banning assault weapons giving residents until next wednesday to hand them over or face a hefty fine. the new ordinance giving police chief the authority to confiscate any guns from those who are charged. does this violate his rights? here to wayne is executive director of guns save life which file the suit challenging the
ordinance. we appreciate it. >> thanks for having me. >> can be fined $1000 a day and the police chief can go in and take the guns. they have to be turned in by june 13th, correct? >> that is correct. >> what type of weapons are we talking about? >> guns the village of deerfield determined cosmetically offensive and banned guns based on their cosmetic appearances, not on form or function or anything like that and in our view it makes as much sense as banning brown eminems because you don't like that color of the candy. we are penalizing law-abiding citizens who are committing creso t into all kinds of trouble. >> the ordinance bans assault
weapons and large capacity magazines. >> it does the firearms. it does not say an assortment it bans magazines. it describes them but doesn't prohibit them but the village administrators and fathers are saying it does been magazines. we disagree and that is one of the aspects of our suit. >> another exception to this ordinance was deleted apparently, self-defense was an exception, no person shall be punished foriolation of this section if an assault weapon is used in a lawful act of self defense or in defense of another but they deleted that. >> they took out the self-defense aspect of the original ordinance which again further trampling on the rights of law-abiding and it is a travesty is what it is. they are banning these guns on a cosmetic appearance only, not
form or function. heather: what brought this on? >> i am not sure. probably fallout from the parkland massacre, the mandalay bay massacre last year. not sure what it was but they have it in their craw that they were going to make this change and sure enough they did and we came along and decided to litigate this in court and see if we can block this constitutional infringement of the right to keep and bear arms and visitors to the community. heather: this hearings continuing this restraining order is set for june 8th. >> it is. heather: let us know what happens. >> we will, thanks for having me. heather: it is 20 minutes until the top of the our. forget merits, mayor bill diblasio has a new standard of admission for new york city high school to let more minorities in
and parents are fired up. on they are king today. donald trump declares the white house a no-fly zone after super bowl champions turned down his white house invite, how the commander-in-chief is taking a stand to honor america's heroes instead. >> the cheese and sausage. heather: if you think pizza is life, weight until you hear how it might save your life. ♪ ♪ hunt down after you ♪
>> controversy brewing after they are new york city wants to scrap admissions tests to make elite high schools more diverse, parents and students plan to protest bill diblasio's plan which call to reserve 20% of seats to low-income students with scores below the cutoff. he wants but elite schools to better reflect new york city public schools which are 70% black and latino. we have more coming up in the 5:00 hour of fox news. the university of michigan is using millions in taxpayer dollars to fund a diversity staff of 100 employees. economics professor mark perry said taxpayers are spending
$8.4 million a year on teacher salaries. their job is run diversity programs for racial and ethnic minorities if you can't stand for the flag you can't stand next to the commander-in-chief, donald trump calling off the white house visit by super bowl champion philadelphia eagles as the national anthem dispute heats up again. todd pirate joining us with the latest on this story. >> reporter: the eagles were only going to send a small group of players to the white house after a number of players that they were not going to attend the ceremony in their honor, the president with a preemptive bird strike saying it seems unable to attend the ceremony because they don't agree with his belief that nfl players should probably stand for the national anthem and hands-on hard in honor of the great people and women of our military and the people of our country. at 3:00 pm the white house will be holding a different type of ceremony that will honor our great country, pay tribute to heroes who fight to protect it and loudly and proudly play the
national anthem. the reaction pouring in from the left, jim kenney slamming the president for the disinformation claiming it proves the pres. is not a true patriot adding he is proud of the eagles activism on and off the football field and the players are present a nation in which we are free to express our opinions. democratic pennsylvania sen. bob casey calling the white house ceremony honoring our nation and military heroes a political stunt and inviting the eagles to congress insad. the nfl came out with new rules requiring players to stand for the anthem or stay in the locker room. >> we want people to stand and make sure a moment in a respectful fashion. >> the white house is 1000 people were expected to attend the ceremony. we will see how the number goes with change in topic.
>> they had invited them but didn't several say they weren't going to attend? >> they were very public, we are not going. typically when there are 53 members more or less all 53 go with an exception here and there with scheduling conflicts. here the number was much lower. >> that is a political stunt in and of itself saying they not going to come. >> a lot of reaction pouring in was responsible for, tim writing trump crushes eagles in an overwhelming victory, eagles will never be the same referring to the football team, not the bands. facebook, there is no i in team, they go as a team or not at all and patricia tweets i feel bad for the ones who wanted to go into the right thing but i don't blame potus at all. i was thinking if i had the honor to win the super bowl
regardless of the president. heather: a lot of athletes that refuse to go take the opportunity and if you disagree with the president take the opportunity to talk with him about it. you won't get it again. 15 minutes until the top of the hour, facebook under fire for giving away your personal information. >> every piece of content you share on facebook you own an have complete control over who sees it and how you share it. heather: next guest says facebook and google are testing the limits so will big tech companies ever clean up their message? she may be 72 years old but dolly parton still working 9 to 5, you will be chilling with the country music legend. ♪ 'saved money on motorcycle insurance with geico! goin' up the country. love mom and dad' i'm takin' a nap. dude, you just woke up! ♪
heather: big tech in big trouble, google really in controversy after allegations of anti-conservative bias as a reporter real facebook wasn't just cellular data but your friends's data too. joining me with reaction is the author of the where the pr, america's guide to personal security, counterterrorism center officer dave white. thank you for joining us, appreciate it. let's talk about the latest things that have happened. we mentioned this on one of our newscasts, google being slammed last week after tying not the to a list that appeared in their search engine when you looked up california's gop party values and this gop state senator in north carolina, did a search on her name is a picture of her and the picture of her in north carolina came up with the word
bigot underneath, what is going on here? >> google, which is an outstanding tech company, they figured out how to use the internet to make it easy and efficient for most americans. but can't figure out how to get their knowledge panel under control, student blog is responsible for the north carolina incident and this should be something they should be able to get a handle on without resorting to that. heather: student blog responsible for this big picture in north carolina and wikipedia responsible for what happened with the search that implied the gop ornia are nazis. how do ty get it under control? >> the question is where is the human in the loop making sure this is being done? americans expect their elections to be fair, information to be
unbiased, somebody looking up politicians, not looking to find questionable references that don't stand up to scrutiny. heather: you mentioned the human in the loop but that could cause problems because who's opinion counts? >> right. it becomes very subjective and ultimately that is a superficial issue. google needs processes that provide for that. heather: we are running tight on time. devon nunez mentioned congress getting involved. >> quite a bit has been written about bias with google and other companies and the simple fact is tech has the ability to get control and if they are letting eir own politics guide decisions what gets posted it is not a fair and balanced
outreach. heather: for me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me kind of thing. thank you so much for joining us, appreciate it and we reached out to google and facebook for comments and haven't heard back. grab another sli, good news if you like pizza. scientists claim they got the recipe for a cancer preventing pizza. >> cucumbers. >> i like cucumbers. tony: in italy are creating a pizza that has always, tomatoes and broccoli which reduce risk of cancer and heart disease and lacks meat and cheese. scientists say it is healthy enough to eat twice a week. what is in the crest? that counts too. this pub is getting in the spirits for the north korean
nuclear summit, creating signature cocktails called trump and kim. the pres.'s cocktails blue made from kentucky bourbon, kim jong un's is read and features a korean liquor, they each cost $12.60 to reflect the meeting date on june 12th. if you are going to singapore grab o. dolly parton may be working 9 to 5 again on her latest project with netflix. ♪ 925 ♪ to set in motion ♪ deserve a fast promotion ♪ heather: she is planning an 8 episode series with each chapter based on one of her songs, she will make appearances and produce the project as well, it is set to debut next year. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first," not quite
yet though. talking about 6 minutes left, 100 total hours of chemotherapy. a college football player is now cancer free. his clean bill of health celebration that will make your morning. a dramatic takedown thanks to a can of beans. the moment a suspect got bushwhacked by a quick thinking officer. stay with us. ♪
heather: time for the good, the bad and the ugly. of first the good, football player celebrates beating cancer after completing 100 hours of chemotherapy. >> ready? heather: quarterback rex culpepper ringing the bell in tampa. he was diagnosed in march. now the bad. a man swinging a hammer gets bushwhacked. sheriff deputy using two cans of bush's baked beans to take down a man threatening people and attacking officers at a florida grocery store. finally the ugly. a puppy gets stuck, 5 month old teagan pushing through a dryer vent after chewing through the wall of her north carolina home
but don't worry, her owner used vegetable oil and eventually was able to get her out. a little massage for a while. she wasn't hurt. thank you for joining us. "fox and friends first" continues right now, see you later, goodbye. jillian: tuesdayth, singapore summit picking up steam as the white house reveals new details on the historic sit down and instead of eating crow democrats have a list of demands to prevent the president from making a bad deal. >> a clear attempt by the department of justice under obama to use me as a scapegoat to take the heat off of hillary clinton. rob: hillary clinton wasn't prosecuted for mishandling classified information but they threw the book at this navy sailor. the action he is taking against former