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jillian: he said they've heard talks before. now they need to verify and make sure that this is going to happen. make sure you stay with fox news on air and online for everything you need to know about the singapore summit. rob: special edition of "fox & ♪ ♪ steve: this is a fox news alert. countdown to the historic north korea summit is on. brian: in case you are just watching it or waking up, secretary of state mike pompeo that was live. he has just wrapped up a briefing from singapore moments ago. ainsley: rich edson is live where secretary mike pompeo just spoke. what is the latest there, rich? >> well, the secretary of state updating us on exactly what the president and the secretary have been doing today. more conversations between american and north korean officials to try to work through some of these differences. the secretary of state says he expects tomorrow to really be a first step, that
conversations are going to have to continue to reach this ultimate goal of getting rid of nuclear weapons in north korea on the korean peninsula. he also says that the united states is prepared to provide security assurances. one of the big things for north korea here is they want to make sure that if they givep their nuclear weapons, they say, that they are not going to be left with a robust or regressive u.s. presence there that they feel threatens their security or their regime. the secretary of state says the u.s. is willing to provide those assurances but refused to get into specifics surrounding that the secretary also previewed tomorrow's conversation, the historic one between the president and kim jong un i'm very optimistic we have successful outcome between these two leersdz. it's the case in each of those two countries, there are only two people that can make decisions of this magnitude. those two people are going to be sitting in a room together tomorrow. >> they are both in this city in less than 24 hours.
the first time anmerican president will meet with a leader from north korea. the highest ranking city official to meet with the north korean leaders with secretary of state happened with madeleine albright in 2,000 and twice with secretary pompeo when he was cia director. historic moment happening tomorrow from singapore. back to you guys. brian: thank you, rich, appreciate it the beauty of theingapore summit is breaking news happens for us right in the morning as it happens. as we will be on on earlier tomorrow. ainsley: they are 12 hours ahead of us. brian: as the presidents meet. very direct press conference from ourselves. steve: it was terrific. because mike pompeo they have been trying to tamp down expectations, he sounded very optimistic. and there he is taking the stage just about 25 minutes ago. he said that things are moving very quickly and faster and the summit may actually end faster than anyby actually thought. it's interesting there are two out times. we know it's going to start
tomorrow our time, eastern time. however, apparently, mr. kim will leave five hours after it starts. that's what he is telling people. and the president is scheduled to leave on wednesday morning. ainsley: we are learning who is going to be in the room. mike pompeo, the man you see there, secretary of state john kelly, the white house chief of staff, and john bolton the national security advisor. if you think about how far we have come, it's pretty incredible. remember bill clinton, he gave billions in energy aid to kim's father. he said that north korea was never going to get nukes. he said it was a good deal for the american people. steve: how did that turn out? ainsley: exactly. this presidency has done so much without even a bribe. got hostages back. denuke you had. we pull out and within hours they are begging us to come back to the table. they dismantle the nuclear testing site. we showed you those pictures. you saw video of kim crossing the dmz line and meeting with the south korean leader. they stopped firing missiles over japan. stopped threatening guam.
stopped threatening america. purged three of his dad's -- his dad had high ranking officials telling him what to do. evidence purged three of them. got rid of them. they weren't for this summit. steve: hardliners. ainsley have you summarized perfectly where we are now. mike pompeo you heard a moment ago hesitant to president. the president has three strategies. going to try typically press at the same time intimidate which kind of sounds like what lindsey graham was talking about yesterday. >> >> i think what he is going to convey to the north koreas he wants a peaceful solution to the nuclear threat as well as to end the korean war. the goal is to eliminate their nuclear program not contain it. do it in a win-win outcome. three outcomes here. peace where we have a win-win solution. military force where they -- we devastate the north korean regime and stop their program by force, or to capitulate like we have done
in the past and donald trump is not going to capitulate, so there is really only two options peace or war. brian: lindsey graham ramped it up. hey, mr. president, these are the things that have to happen for this summit to work. denuclearize. everything has to be out there. weapons inspectors on the ground. many on first blush would think what are the democrats doing. true, why didn't they do that to the iranian deal and their president. put all that aside, there is a belief that letter will help the president immeasurably. he will be able to say hey, kim jong un, i want to show you how united we are back at home. the democrats are absolutely right. the only thing senator lindsey graham's point was so glad we put out there was they only understand that there is a military option. and let the amuf be signed and out there, democrats, to show not only are you backing with words, you are backing with potential action. one way or another, this will be solved.
and i also think it's important to bring out that even though they blew up that site, not many people think they blew up the site. they blew up a site that was destroyed and they wouldn't let the western guys walk through there even with proper equipment. steve: it was a convenient coincidence for them. it does sound -- and one of the things mike pompeo said a moment ago, sounds like one of the things the president is going to sit across the table with mr. kim with. is he going to say that north korea would be so much wealthier. your people will not be going to bed starving every night if you allow us to become partner with us. and he has apparently fancied the idea of preventing hey, you love american culture. wouldn't it be great to have a mcdonald's in north korea? american businesses are going to flock there? he likes the idea of engaging the modern amenities but, of course, it is all predicated on tomorrow and mike pompeo made it very clear. something is going to be signed. we don't know what it is. it absolutely has to start
the process, pulling the plug on their nukes. ainsley: you wonder how did he this? the art of the deal. meeting with the chinese president and supposed to meet for 30 minutes. they ended up meeting for four hours. the president leaned over and said i just retaliated against syria who used chemical weapons on their own people. had this newly form relationship. as you know china and north korea have a relationship together. so the chinese president puts pressure on kim jong un to say hey, you need to have this summit. you need to meet with the president. he actually cancelled the coal delivery from north korea and bought coal from the united states just to prove to him i'm serious about this relationship we have with donald trump now. brian: they sent the chinese plane same size as air force one there that china says don't forget we're a presence. i think it's good that the president says when i get a deal we will look to pass it through congress not like the iranian deal not a document that doesn't mean anything except to john kerry. also it's going to be great to know the president is going to meet with just interpreters one-on-one with
kim jong un as long as two hours. then they are going to back secretary of state, he will be there. john kelly will be there. along with kim jong un and his counterparts. even if they say come and take my nukes, the experts say, who, by the way will be in atten kansas, the secretary of state made that clear, the "new york times" story was flat out wrong yesterday. they said they have no experts. it will take 10 years to get everything out. it's not understood exactly what they have. some experts say 13 nuclear sites. others say 35 nuclear sites. how do you possibly reconcile the two unless you agree to let americans and u.n. inspectors on the ground? will they allow that? ainsley: they are going to have to. the president before singapore as you know was in canada for the g-7 summit. and as soon as he got on the plane, justin trudeau the prime minister of canada went up to the podium answered said we are upset with the new tariffs on aluminum and steel and, therefore, we will retaliate, listen.
>> this kind of insult and i highlighted it was not helping in our renegation of nafta. it would be with absolute certainty and firmness that we move forward with retall tear measures on july 1st, applying equivalent tariffs to the ones that the americans have unjustly applied to us. it is not something we relish doing, but it is something that we absolutely will do. because canadians we're polite, we're reasonable but we will not be pushed around. brian: with the sound bite the president hit the roof and so did peter navarro and larry kudlow here at home. they said that is not the tone you had behind closed doors, justin trudeau. we told you the problem. you told us the problem. weave had signed a communique. i was set to tell my guys to sign it now that i had to rush off. now everything changed. steve: well, because, and this is donald trump. donald trump, on the way to
negotiation, didn't want to be called out for being a bad negotiator. that is breaking the code ans why the administration did everything they could yesterday to blow up the prister of canada. watch. >> there is a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with donald j. trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door. that's what bad faith justin treau did with that stunt preference. that's what weak, dishonest justin trudeau did. and that comes right from air force one. i will tell you this. to my friends in canada, that was one of the worst political miscalculations of a canadian leader in modern canadian history. >> we get on a plane and then this guy trudeau starts blasting kimust not see american weakness. how many times has president trump said if you hit me, i'm going to hit you back? trudeau made an error.
he should take it back. he should pull back on his statement and wish president trump well in the korean negotiation. these other members did. he went rogue. ainsley: of course justin trudeau is mad because he doesn't want to have pay more money. president trump says we only have america's best. pay second degree 2% of nato's budget more than any other nation. these are the same countries. we are paying the most of the budget, these are the same countries ripping us off when it comes to trade, it's not fair. brian: especia when it comes to dairy farmer. they have a push back on america. he said we have our issues, they have their issues. i think it's going to work to the president's advantage. kim jong un who can't figure this president out anyway now says wait a second, they just left the g-7 and this problem had no problem doing something no other president did before, calling out allies for not paying their fair share, i think it goes to the unpredictability of
the president. steve: the president did the same thing with the g-7 that he did with north korea a couple weeks ago he pulled out. that's the symbol. that's the strategy going in. hey,r. kim, this president could do anything. we're going to keep you posted sebastian gorka or that in a minute. first a fox news alert with jillian. jillian: that's right. good morning to you and to you at home as well u get you caught up with what we are filing. american pilot in critical condition after ejecting to safety moments after a jet crash. plunging into the sea offer off the coast of okinawa, japan. the pilot rescued only person on the plane. this marks the sixth non-cot bat crash this year. that's compared to seven in total last year. the justice department has until tomorrow to turn over documents related to the russia probe. house intelligence committee chair devin nunes sending a letter to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein demanding the records regarding an alleged fbi informant. house conservatives have repeatedly asked for the
documents and questioned the doj's conduct in the investigation. nunes says withholding -- excuse me, withholding with from congress is obstruction in the investigation. the first lady stepping into the spotlight to pay tribute to abraham lincoln's legacy. melania trump serving as chair of the gala at ford's theater in washington, d.c. she made remarks and congratulated the recipients of the lincoln medal. in a statement the first lady says it quote reminds all of us about the power of arts have in consult vaghts the american voice. that's a look at the headlines. second it back to you. steve: what a busy day. jillville yes it is. steve: thank you very much. brian: secretary pompeo literally moments ago laying out what we can all expect from the high stakes summit now taking place. dr. sebastian gorka predicts two big things from this meeting. he joins us live from singapore next.
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assistant to donald trump sebastian gorka joins us from singapore right now. what are the two goals? what are we going to see, sebastian? >> i expect two large baskets of results coming out of the meetings, steve. number one is going to be something veryarge and symbolic that relates to the korean war and how we can just tie a bow on that conflict and hopefully shut it down. secondly, it's the far more tactical operational level of technical issues to do with denuclearization. specifically the weapons program that north korea has and current ballistic missile technology. those are the two targets we are expecting today. steve: when mike pompeo was on television live from singapore a half an hour ago. he sounded very optimistic. don't be surprised if the summit ends faster than people thought because things are moving quickly. what does that mean? >> well, i think it means
that the world or at least america's are understanding the speed of trump. look at mike's behavior as secretary of state. it's stunning. remember the day he was confirmed by the senate within minutes ofetting confirmed he had already been sworn in by justifiable alito. within minutes of getting sworn in by supreme court justice leith, weighs on a plane to the middle eastnd to brussels. so that's why things are going so quickly and so smoothly because the team we have and at the end of the day, everybody understands the stakes. we have the potential now, steve, to go from fire and fury with regard to this issue to potentially peace androsperity. so, you know from, fire and fury to peace and prosperity couldn't be bigger stakes than that. steve: absolutely. the president and the secretary of state have made it very clear this will be the first step. meanwhile, let's take a step backwards, sebastian, when the president left canada on saturday. it sounded likes he was going to sign on to that
communique regarding what had happened at the g-7 summit. but then justin trudy got out on television and shot off his mouth and the president was steamed because it made him look weak, he felt. what did you think of the prime minister? >> very childish behavior. if you want to treat your friends like friends that's exactly divhiewvment you don't make arrangements face to face and as soon as the individual has left the building talk behind their back. that's not what true friends do. and i think peter navarro's commentary on fox was spot on. the canadians will regret this action by their prime minister. it's just unseemly. it's not how you treat your fellow allies. steve: sebastian gorka joining us live from singapore. you have a busy day. i know you are going to be on the sean hannity program live tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern time.
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ainsley: accused d.c. leaker james wolfe will be booked at fbi headquarters today. the former senate intelligence committee staff is accused of lying to fbi agents about his contacts with reporters. he will make his first federal court appearance tomorrow. and the obama era net neutrality rules end today. they were put in place to stop service providers from slowing down or blocking sites, giving everyone equal internet access.
the repeal could mean that you night eventually end up paying more for faster internet or streaming services like netflix or yahoo. steve: fighting for fair trade president trump refused to sign that g-7 communique statement this weekend. defending tariffs against policies hurting the united states. the president says is he putting america first, but tell that to his critics and there are plenty of them on the left. ainsley: former cia director john brennan tweeted this your >> steve: nancy pelosi adding this week starting startg with at real donald trump boosting chinese company identified as national security threat to the u.s.
ended with him standing up for russia and alienating our allies at the g-7 maga. brian: what are they getting wrong? dan bongino secret service agent. podcast number one. the dan bongino show weighs. in now have you these obama-ites going out of their way to attack our current president. you could factor john mccain into that, too. what do you say to that? >> well, brian, i think there is two different motivations at play here. number one, brennan. brennan has disgraced himself and the intelligence community. has engaged in temper tantrum almost two years long because he threw the entire weaponized intelligence community at donald trump almost internationally in many respects and he still lost and at every turn is he being ryu mill united stated. brennan, i think, is a child and it's personal. as can you tell i don't like john brennan because i don't like what he did to the noble men and women of our intelligence community by doing what he did.
on the pelosi front, these are globalists, nancy pelosi and then. there is a reason they are globalists. guys, this is important. when you believe in local control like conservatives and libertarians do, you know, we love that because if you have bad government where i live in martin county, can you just move to the next county. when you are a globalist like nancy pelosi, and you taking people's money and healthcare, there is nowhere to escape. they are upset that they're putting america first. ainsley: big question is will the president get concessions. will what is he doing, will it work? how is canada going to respond? >> well, i was really glad to hear him make a committed to open press. weighs clear as day on that point. i have to tell you i really sat there and stood up and gave him a big round of applause in my house. we have been treated unfairly by the canadians in many respects. and this is knock a knock on canada. i love canada. thriive a couple times.
300 times tariff on dairy products is not fair to us either. if this is a negotiating employee by donald trump to get to care of ple get terrify . that's what he ran on. steve: he gets in the room with them and says stop now. people's hair starts on fire. >> that's a great point. steve. i'm a free trader. always have been. not a mystery to anybody who followed the campaign. steve: exactly. the president and mr. kim are sitting within a mile of each other in a highly fortified area of singapore. you used to work for the secret service. you protected the president. you know all about these security envelopes. you know, the most particular ones right now is there mr. kim and his armored mercedes where is he followed by about a dozen guys in black suits and blue and white ties. what do you make of that? >> yeah.
the whole running next to the limo, you have to understand, guys, that's all security theater. okay in the only time the secret service we do that is during the inauguration. it's really just ceremonial. steve: it's cool. >> why you do that, i don't know. it doesn't have a real security purpose. brian: they didn't book a big enough car and trying to get in. brian: can they slow down a little? are they on the olympics team? if not just put them in nike sweat suits. >> i was working out in the gym the other day. the guy asked me if you are as funny in real life as you are in on tv. that's a great point. get in the car. what are you doing next to the limo. it's all theater. the big problem with these things is typic let deconfliction. when you are dealing with relatively inexperienced security like the north koreans are. traveling, deconfliction is a big deal. you don't want a blue on blue situation. ainsley: very serious there is a lot at stake here. can we expect them trying to spy on americans, including our president?
>> well, there is always a component of spying on these kinds of things. the secret service is pretty savvy to it. you know, we have people with us. the military as well. that are usually good with it but i remember doing the signing of the stark treaty in prague with the russians. russians are serious. their experience, the north korean security really isn't. at least on foreign soil. they don't leave much. brian: dan, they were running up to tourists and taking their cam rand a make them delete photos. how dare you take a picture of our chairman. what country are they in? >> that's total like amateur hour. you don't do that stuff. that's the mark of complete inexperience. that may work in a tyrannical regime but not work anywhere else. steve: they from a tyrannical regime. hello. brian: same way but a little different. ainsley: what did you tell the guy at the gym, was he as funny in real life.
>> i said you would never believe it when you get him on set is he hysterical. it's the long island thing. brian: i guess. so. ainsley: thanks, dan. brian: 30 minutes before the top of the ainsley: 9:00 p.m. our time, eastern time. so how did we get here? we are going to look back at the key moments leading up to tonight's big meeting. brian: nancy pelosi wants to lead democrats to victo in november. shows her own party is abandoning her and her ship. steve: first, happy birthday to our friend who works across the street, dr. oz has 58 candles on his german chocolate cake. ainsley: happy birthday. ♪ ♪ hear that sizzle? yeah. red lobster's lobster & shrimp summerfest is back! get all the lobster and shrimp you crave,
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steve: we are just hours away from summit between kim jong un and north korea. brian: really? i have not been following it. ainsley: maybe the biggest news story of years? brian: here's a look back at the key moments leading up to tonight's big meeting through us. >> one of the papers called the other day, and they said would you speak to the leader of north korea? i said absolutely. why not? >> north korea launched its first ballistic missile since president trump took office. >> after 17 months, u.s. citizen otto warmbier was finally released from north korea. >> otto warmbier has just passed away. the strategic patience with the north korean regime has failed. >> north korea best not make any more threats to the united states. they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.
steve: north korea firing another missile over the country of japan. brian: proving guam is within striking distance. >> rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself. >> makes sense for north korea to come to the table and make a deal. >> today, the united states is designating north korea as a state sponsor of terrorism. >> yesterday north korea talked to south korea and said, hey, you know what? we would like to talk to you about coming to the winter olympics. >> i just spoke to president moon. he is very thankful for what we have done. they are having talks. >> kim jong un said he is committed to denuclearization. [inaudible] meet president trump. >> secretary of state mike pompeo is in north korea. >> three americans detained in north korea will be coming home. [cheers] >> june 12th, are you going to be in singapore will? >> we will see what happens. >> yesterday the president
called kim's bluff. >> i decided to terminate the planned summit. >> kim jong un and says face-to-face meeting can still happen. >> in just a few minutes i will be leaving for singapore. it's a great opportunity for peace. >> kim jong un got in here a little earlier today. one of the first things he did was directly went to meet with the singaporean prime minister. >> there is the president of the united states stepping foot in singapore as we await this historic summit. what we are seeing right now, this is history. >> remember, at the very beginning, no one thought this was even possible. steve: see now, if you watch the program, you figure out what's going on in the world. we put it all together. our great producers did so you understand how we got to where we are now over the last year and a half. ainsley: how far we have come so quickly. look at all of the gains we're getting from. this including bringing home three american hostages. brian: no rockets really
going over guam or japan and hasn't been since january -- since n keep in mind this. every moment is he trying to brush back people. they keep saying this is rushed. we're not ready there is too much -- there is too much empty space in this. there is not enough script. mike pompeo just told you an hour and five minutes ago there is a lot of preparation. we know exactly what's going on. we have our science people with us. and we are ready to go. we don't need any more time. steve: the proof is in the pudding. what's going to happen? we'll know soon. ainsley: 9:00 p.m. our time. brian: i have not had pudding for a very long time. jillian: i actually don't like pudding. ainsley: the consistency? jillian: everything. brian: for a while only thing. ainsley: brief says the proof is in the pudding and transitioned to that. we are talking about pudding. brian: have a serious story. jillian: i do have a serious story. one person is dead after a home explodes.
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its public release. a community is begging for the return of several flags paying tribute to fallen heroes. >> every flag, think about it, every name is someone that story, they are not forgotten. they are loved. jillian: thieves stealing the flags made of up 350 flags. among those taken, one for the police department and another for fallen heroes. that theft is under investigation. twitter's liberal ceo now apologizing for eating at chick-fil-a. jack dorsey tweeting a screen shot of his use of the flash food restaurant's mobile app. liberals shaming him for spending money at chick-fil-a because of the owner's view on gay marriage. he said you are right. completely forgot about their background. those are a look at your headlines. steve: the food there is delicious. >> so good.
brian: no one goes there anymore. the line is too long. ainsley: that doesn't make sense. everyone goes there. that's why the lines are long. steve: meanwhile, long lines out at belmont stakes. janice was there. she saw the horse win. ainsley: janice, your horse. >> we had the part owner on in the 8:00 hour. first of all, i want to talk about how hot it is across the southern and central u.s. that is going to be a story today as well as this frontal boundary bringing tons of rain across the mid mississippi valley, the ohio valley, parts of the atlantic. areas seen a lot of rain over the last several weeks. flooding is going to be a potential here. we will be watching that region. here is your forecast today. stormy weather across the u.s. warm across the south. rain across the atlantic. also watching hurricane bud that could effect the baha of california later this week. the horse wo triple crown it happened at belmont this weekend. ainsley: janice, we need to buy a horse. brian: i heard 80,000?
>> it was incredible. > ainsley: what's 80,000? brian: 80,000 people were there. ainsley: $80,000? ainsley: thank you, janice. janice: you are welcome. ainsley: taking the stage to bash the pre of course, once again. i'm going to say one thing [bleep] trump. ainsley: will the hollywood left condemn those words? we're going to debate it coming up next.
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brian: another reason not to watch meet the parents or meet the parents two. lisa booth and antjuan seawright who i not met in person. is this over the top even for you? >> i probably wouldn't use the choice of the words he used last night. however, i do think he speaks to the frustration, anger of a lot of people in this country on the left and the right. but, if you are a hypocrite -- if you are surprised or pissed off about the language he used then you have to look at the esident of the united states and some of the language he has used calling the nfl players sobs, s-hole countries, racist and thugs, rapist americans. this the is kind of language trump uses in america. brian: some of the stuff was behind closed doors not the tony's. does this show he has a limited vocabulary if you don't give him a script. >> shows how feckless the
resistance movement is. they offer no solution and no substance. so, what they do is resort to using the fomb and the c-bomb like we saw with samantha bee. all it does is embolden president trump and bring more people into his camp. brian: it keeps the -- but the moderates don't. bill maher and hbo said this about how much he hates the president. he actually wants the economy to tank so the president does not get another four years. >> i feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point and, by the way, i'm hoping for it. because i think one way you get rid of trump is a crashing economy. so, please, bring on the recession. sorry, if that hurts people, but it's either root for a recession or you lose your democracy. brian: all right. antjuan, weigh, in are you routing for a recession? >> absolutely, no one wants a recession. i think what bill was speaking to is the arrogance
of this president on the economy and how he has bragged about simply because is he president the economy has happened the way -- has had the success it has. we all know that's not true. we all know during the great recession we lost almost 9 million jobs. we know there has been 92 consecutive months of record job growth and that's because of barack obama. brian: so you think president obama deserves credit for the economy. >> absolutely. >> bill: but you think it was wrong for bill march mar to say this. 20 seconds, lisa booth. weigh. >> in i think it's really sad that left would rather america fail than president trump succeed. millions of jobs lost. trillions of dollars in household income and wealth gone. and that's what the left wants just so president trump doesn't have the victory or get reelected. it's sad. brian: right no. one gave bush 41 credit for setting the table for bill clinton's surge and no one gave bill clinton discredit.
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with disabilities. >> this was so much fun and what a good and unique cause. this incredible 70-acre facility was made possible by the virginia gentlemen foundation. it's the spirit of the people who built it. and the determination of those who will use it that make this camp so special. >> what they have created here in camp grom is an opportunity for individuals who have suffered similar catastrophic losses who can come together and say hey, we are the same. >> this camp is for veterans, gold star families and kids. >> how did you come up with that idea? >> we wanted to provide those families somewhere to go where they could have a family experience together. so a wounded veteran could go somewhere and actually interact with his family and not sit on the sidelines. >> tell me about your son. >> he was one of our three
that chose to join the marine corps. he was very special young man. >> recall the first time active duty family that just suffered traumatic loss of our oldest son. i just remember how we are going to create a new normalcy for our family. and we were like fish out of water. no one else was like it. this camp is going to be a way for everyone to come together and know that they have the love and the support that they need to move forward. >> this is the first time that you're going to see your daughters able to play together in one facility. >> yes. >> how do you think that's going to make you feel as a mom? >> it makes me want to cry right now just thinking about it they don't get to do a lot of things like this together. those type of things are amazing. for parents with a special needs child, it's amazing. >> what are you most excited about the camp? >> i'm excited about
[inaudible] >> go to camp. >> are you ready to do this. >> i don't know thousand answer that. >> this is harder than it looks. >> to climb up was a little bit easier than the dissent down. i don't know why but it was fun. >> what would you say to somebody who is going through their own personal struggle? >> you're not alone. i have had my dark times. i was hit 8 times between my body armor and body took a round to the face two. rounds to the arm. it started a whole new journey. a natural tendency to isolate ourselves in those moments when we're struggling the most. you don't have to do it alone. even just taking that first step to be at a place like this and meet other people who also want to drive forward and overcome. that's all you need.
>> we can forget about the pain and the loss for just a brief moment and know this is all done in their honor. >> well, the camp celebrated its grand opening yesterday. but the virginia gentleman's foundation already has plans to expand and hoping to raise money for people who can't afford to attend. if you would like to donate. can you go to va gentlemen.com or head on over to camp grom.org. i would call that money well-spent. steve: what a beautiful facility and that rock wall looked challenging. >> i learned i was not good at climbing a rock wall. very embarrassing surrounded by veterans very athletic and hanging off the wall. it's okay. it was very fun. brian: awesome. virginia beach is awesome. concentrated with more military. >> going to help so many people. steve: it's year around. ainsley: everyone donate to that camp grothman.org.
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ask your gastroenterologist about entyvio. entyvio. relief and remission within reach. >> countdown to the historic summit is on. mike po has just wrapped up a briefing from singapore. >> i'm very optimistic that zeal a successful outcome from meeting. >> potential to go from fire andury to peace and prosperity couldn't be bigger steaks than that. >> the summit ended with a nasty dustup between president trump and canadian prime minister trudeau. >> there is a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy. >> we have been treated unfairly by the canadians in many respects. 300 percent tariff or close to it on dairy products. that's not fair to us either. >> i'm going to say one thing [bleep] trump. >> shows how feckless the resistance movement is they offer no solutions. so what they do is resort to
using the f-bomb. >> johnson with 80th victory on tour. >> this is a fox news alert. we are just hour away from e start of the summit between those two men donald trump and kim jong un. they will be in the room together for a couple of hours. then they will bring in trusted aides and then what happens, let's talk to somebody who probably has a pretty good idea. ainsley: bring in chris wallace from "fox news sunday," he is very special anchor for fox news channel and he is live in singapore. very special. chris, what can we expect tonight? tonight 9:00 p.m. our time. 9:00 a.m. your time? >> yeah, i know. the times are all messed up because i was going to say good evening from singapore and, in fact, i was thinking that you guys should move here to do "fox & friends" because you would be in prime time here. we are 12 hours ahead of you so it's 9:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. at night here in
singapore right now. what to expect? well, i thought the clip you played right at the top of the show from secretary of state mike pompeo was very interesting. he said i am very optimistic there will be a successful outcome. i don'think she secretary of state says that if they haven't come to something of an understanding with the north koreans. they have been meeting with. they even into today. i don't think we're going to get some huge agreement. i think what we're going to get though is an understanding that the process is going to continue and, in fact, intensify. obviously a lot of time, a lot of effort and certainly more meetings and probably more summits between president trump and kim jong un but, they have at least enough optimism rather than the president walking out as he threatened to do several times. that he will continue with this. and, in fact, intensify the meetings to try to denuclearize north korea and, in return, provide nic relief and securitre -- economid
security. brian this summit is going to take a lot of confidence i'm going to meet one-on-one with kim jong un just us and interpreters couple hours srt. you asked mike pompeo something. you think he understands english. mike pompeo indicated he thinks he does. who knows, they might even throw out the interpreters. what do you think could happen then? >> well, i don't think they would throw out the interpreters. i talked to mike pompeo when he was on a couple of weeks ago. i asked how they had the conversation he said they talk for an hour and a half. i said was there ltaneous translation or consecutive where one guy talks and then they have to wait for the translator which means you get half as much time of actual conversation. he said they had consecutive translation. one guy would talk and then they would have to wait for the translation. he said he got the distinct impression that kim
understood what he was saying in english and basically took advantage of the translation to farm late his answer. we don't know what's going to happen. but it's going to be -- and you know, we will never know exactly because, as you say, it's going to be just the two of them and their translators in the room. but it should be fascinating. these are two very wiley, very cagey, very unpredictable leaders. and i think this will really be the key to the summit. steve: sure. >> it will be sizin up. they will sense -- can they do business with each other? does it make sense to continue and can they trust, i don't mean trust in the sense of there is not going to be a heavy verification process. but can they trust that the -- that the process will eventually lead to a satisfactory conclusion? steve: sure. you know, it's interesting. barack obama said president trump would be defined by north korea. and i think now that president trump feels he has got something, he is on the verge of something, he probably likes that. you know, we were getting drips and drabs, little
leaks about things people think are going to be in whatever the agreements wind up being, chris. one of the things apparently the president wants to say to north korea is you could be so much more wealthy if you just were a partner with us rather than an adversary. who knows, there might be a mcdonald's somewhere in pyongyang in no time. >> well, it's an interesting thing about that, steve. because, on the one hand, there is no question that kim jong un, first of all, i think he feels the pressure from president trump and the threats of fire and fury. and the rhetoric that was really raised. and i suspect the belief that you know, you are really do have to worry about president trump if you are kim jong un. part of it also was the desire for economic relief. but i talked yesterday, to secretary richardson on "fox news sunday" about 24 hours ago, and he said that western investment, the #kwr-d of the mcdonald's
might be seen by kim as more of a threat than an offer. the reason for that, which is very interesting is, that richardson said, look, what does kim care about most? security, the preservation of the kim regime and the idea of a lot of western money a lot of western interaction. he might sees a a security threat. that this might undermine and give the north koreans a bad sense. so, yes, he definitely wants the sanctions off and wants to be able to control and get more support from countries, friendly countries like china. but, whether he is going to want to see a lot of mcdonald's and a lot of western tourists there who may put crazy ideas like liberty and freedom and democracy and free speech and freedom of assembly into the north korean's minds not necessarily. ainsley: what did you make of the g-7 summit when the president says after he leaves then justin trudeau stands up and says we are going to retaliate we don't like these tariffs on
aluminum and steel. therefore we will retaliate against america. our president doesn't like it. he tweets about it he says we are getting gypped. we may 22% of the nato budget pay more than any other country. they are ripping us off. we need to put america first. what did you make of it? >> well, look, this was classic donald trump. and he reacted and reacted very strockly as you know. you played a clip at the top of the show of peter navarro. one of president's top trade advisors who was on "fox news sunday." and i asked him right at the start about president trump in his tweet saying that he was not going to sign the communique and calling trudeau weak and dishonest. and as you heard, navarro went off and said there is a special place in hell for somebody who back stabs after a diplomatic session like that. called trudeau out. larry kudlow did as well. the president's top economic advisor in the white house. navarro made it very clear to me that the sentiment he
was expressing had come directly from air force one. so president trump, whether those words were -- had come from president trump, that sentiment and the basically the instruction to really go out hard after trudeau came from president trump on air force one during almost 20 hours that he spent going from canada here to singapore. brian: lindsey graham came out and said the letter that the democrats put forward they gave to the president that said this is the criteria for a successful summit, total denuclearization is very did yotough. never came with the iranian deal but came out now. senator graham really believes that's going to help the president show kim jong un that he might even bring the letter because he might show him and say look how united we are at home. let's add in one more factor a new amuf that shows if this doesn't work, there is a military option. how do you think that will play? >> >> well, i don't know if is he going to do it, look, there is no question that
there are two reasons that kim jong un is here. he, his father, and his grandfather, the whole kim regime has spent years, decades, and billions of dollars to build up their nuclear arsenal. they tried to guarantee no one would overthrow them. why is he tal about denuclearization. the maximum pressure campaign of the president really has squeezed them and affected life in pyongyang and north korea. second, the president's threats as fire and fury. little rocket man, suicide mission. so, anything that gives credibility to the threat that the president really, you know, you go walk the track here, kim, that the u.s. really may use the military option can only strengthen the president's bargaining power. steve: also, there was some suggestion, some reporting over the weekend that apparently mike pompeo was told by the president when he went to meet kim around
easter, no more crazy talk. he is a colorful language with that but no more crazy talk from anybody in the administration and that's when little rocket man -- ainsley: i was watch your show yesterday. you had the video of you covering gore chevy and president reagan. decades from now is the media going to be talking about this? is it that big? >> the answer, ainsley, it's a very good question. the answer is it depends on what happens. nobody would be talking about reagan and gorbachev if nothing had happened. but it ended up leading to the end of the cold war and eventually to the end of the soviet union. now, if five or 10 years from now we have a peace, whether it's unification or just peace on the korean peninsula. if north korea had given up it nuclear threat, which endangers much of the world absolutely this will be consequential. you can't know now where it will be five or 10 years from now.
>> just mort record the only question you really liked you liked ainsley's question better than all of ours. ainsley: i watched your show at least two times yesterday. brian: you didn't say that to us. my idea of you guys coming here and doing a prime time "fox & friends" forget it. [laughter] >> that's why you can't have nice things, brian. [laughter] ainsley: invitation stands. thanks, chris. we will be watching your coverage all day. steve 7 7:11 p.m. there and 7:11 a.m. here. brian: i got yelled at from singapore. ainsley: 12 hours easier. just change a.m. to p.m. jillian: we do have a fox news alert. let's get you caught up on that, the story we are following. american pilot is in serious condition after ejecting to safety moments before a jet crashed. f-15 plunging into the sea
during a training mission japan. the since under investigation. this marks the sixth noncombat crash for the thafers year compareairforce thh carolina governor henry mcmaster facing four challengers in the g.o.p. gubernatorial toler primary. incumbent endorsed by president trump. tuesday will be the first time using a ranked choice voting system. voters will organization the candidates in order of preference instead of choosing just one. this will take days to determine who wins. the first lady stepping into the spotlight to pay tribute to abraham lincoln's presidency. melania trump serving as honorary chair. she made remarks and congratulated the recipients of the lincoln medal u in a statement the first lady said it quote reminds all of you was about the power the
arts have in cultivating the american voice. a look at your headlines. send it back to you. ainsley: all right. thank you, jillian. steve: coming up on this monday, house intelligence chair devin nunes giving to tomoow. calling any move to recuse him obstruction. lawrofessor jonathan turley here to discuss that next. ainsley: look who is in our green room it is larry the cable guy and his whole family. [laughter] steve: wearing shorts ♪ feel the clarity of non-drowsy
steve: dunedevin nunes calling any move to withhold them from congress obstruction. here to weigh in constitutional law professor at george washington university jonathan turley. jonathan, good morning to you. >> hi, steve. steve: first of all, start at the very beginning does congress have a r t see these documents? >> it absolutely does. nunes is correct that this committee that t showed these documents to.
steve: the gang of 8. >> completely informal. made up. a group of men's have a right and need to see it are the two oversight committees in the house and senate including the committee of nunes. and you know, when he says we don't really see what the justification of this is, i think has a great deal of merit to it we are not talking about the public release of information, we are talking about the release of information in a classified setting to people that have direct oversight over this agency. steve: sure. what's interesting we have heard about the department of justice is setting up a meeting and they are inviti these select members of congress to come over. but, what they have offered is the department of justice will tell them about the documents, they wouldn't actually show them to them. >> right. you know, what's weird about this is for the two committees, this should have been deeply upsetting. you know that they say well, here, we are just going to select these people and show them not the documents but give them something
classified. steve: right. >> circumvention of committees with oversight. for years many of us have been arguing that these committees need to get into real oversight. they have been viewed as paper tigers for decades. nunes is the first chairman who has been this aggressive and, frankly, for those of us who believe we need greater oversight that's good change. what's weird to have the democrats sounding like j. edgar hoover. this is wrong to require disclosure in a classified setting that's the meeting omeeting -- meaning of oversight. steve: your gut tells you the reason the department of justice doesn't want to show this to congress is it's embarrassing to the department of justice. >> well, the fbi and the department of justice has a long and checkered history of classifying things that are embarrassing. i don't know what's going to come out of this. it may ultimately be a great yawn. the important thing is the american people need on both sides, the trump
investigation and this investigation to see the facts and that goes beyond just showing it in a classified setting. the public needs to be able see what the facts are we will make up our own decision. i think what the public is tired of have all of these on both sides interpreting evidence that we can't see. it's come to the point where the public needs to see this material and reach our own conclusions. >> steve: absolutely so we can figure out how all the puzzle pieces fit together. >> absolutely, steve. steve: as the world counts down to the summit between president trump and kim jong un it's also one of the most important weeks of the year for the economy. charles payne here to break all that down and explain coming up. plus, larry the cable guy his wife karen join us live to talk about their new book on faith and family. ♪ i was born free ♪ i was born free ♪ born free.
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♪ ♪ >> three and a half weeks the met will be hosting its annual ball. we are going to rob it. brian: wow, time for news by the numbers. women's style. first $41,000,000,000.5 million that's how much oceans 8 earned at the box office this weekend. i'm going to go with million. it's the best debut for any of the ocean's movies. so much for men. next $100,000. that's the value of jewelry taken from an bell sanchez's hotel room. playing against the dodgers during the burglary. what do you want him to do? finally zero dollars that's how much president trump and kim jong un will have to pay
for piecemeal. kfc offering them a four piece box of friday chicken to share at their location in singapore. coal slaw included. ainsley. ainsley: off the stage larry the cable guy and wife cara rely on their faith in jesus and their horses to guide them through life. and now they are sharing how horses are teaching us about ourselves, life, and god in this new book and it's called unbridled faith. 100 devotions from the horse farm. joining us t author of the book cara whitney along with her husband dan whitney, larry the cable guy. >> thank you. ainsley: cara, what made you decide to write this book of devotions. >> i didn't decide to write a book on devotions. ainsley: really? >> i had a lot of questions about god. i used to -- i call it an excuse now. i used to refer to christians as hypocrites. but i came -- you know, this
has drawn out over decades not knowing really anything about a relationship with god or anything like that. but, i basic came to the conclusion that how christians behave is has no bearing on whether or not the refresh your recollection happened. and so i wanted to know if that happened because, if it did, then it's true, right? and i came to find out over some time that the refresh your recollectiorefresh yourres. it's about getting in a relationship with god. as i'm doing that i started witnessing on social media and i noticed i was getting a response from that. and a friend of mine asked if i would compile that into putting it on an app. called go tandem that helps people really sort out what's going
on like if they're struggling with fear or anxiety. any of those things then this app. go tandem would help you out. through that someone contacted me and said could you put those in a book? and so this is that book unbridled faith this is basic evangelicalism and questions i had about god. >> she just started writing these on the internet for people that wanted to know. and said how many of those do y 160 of them. >> said wow, youd put a b out.ainsley: you areg d transform your wife's life and in turn it changed your life it? >> was amazing. here's the thing. i grew up in the christian home. whole deal got in show business. if you don't stay engaged, then you kind of drift away. which is what i was doing. and then i saw my wife, you know, my wife had all these questions. she was searching and she is like hey, she would ask me a question and i would go
well, i don't know. and it was embarrassing because i grew up in it and she didn't. so, when i started seeing the change in her it really lit a fire underneath me. athy wrote the forward. i wrote a forward in there. it's fantastic. >> it is fantastic. ainsley: did horses hp you find god? how do you see god in horses? >> they are peaceful. a lot of time working with them. there is trust you need to work through. and, you know, just all of that i have anything from why doesn't got give us everything we want? while i was overfeeding set land pony and feeding him everything he wanted he got really sick. just because we want it doesn't mean it's good for us? that would be a good way to explain that just because we want something doesn't mean god is going to give it to us. is he really -- his character is so good. is he just trying to protect us and, you know,.
ainsley: what he preaches to us is only out of love. he is trying to help us make the right decisions. >> working threw this the character of god is being revealed to me. and so and he is good. and we can trust him. and his promises are true. and so that's -- it's a very basic evangelicallistic type book in hopes that if you are searching that you'll pick this up. it's very safe way to gift it to somebody, you know. ainsley: i'm curious, how did you meet and what's it like to have this comedian i can't be, the funniest guy living under your roof. >> we met in las vegas back stage of the house of blues. i used to do radio in las vegas. >> i grew up on a pig farm and she grew up on a cattle ranch. she told me she grew up on a cattle ranch. right away i was interested. she ignored me for a while. i got ahold of her where she worked. i talked to every every day
for three months. a year later we were married. >> i made him pursue me. >> i will defendantsly kick my coverage. every time i'm out with her people think she is a moss damage. [laughter] i think they have called the cops on me three times today. ainsley: y'all have two kids. >> yeah. ainsley: we saw them during the tease. your son was beating you up. >> he loves beating me up he is 10 going on ritalin. there you go. ainsley: thanks so much. the name of the book is unbridled faith. 100 devotions from the horse farm. >> i want to say we don't make any money off of this. we just want to spread some good news. if they go to the larry the cable guy facebook page, that app. go tandem that's like a spiritual g.p.s. ainsley: i love that. >> download that a way to get the book for free. larry the cable guy facebook page. it's about spreading some good news because we
desperately need it? >> that's the thing, you know, a lot of people they are empty inside. they are searching for something. they are searching for hope, you know. that's what my wife did. that's another reason she wrote the book for other people that are searching. ainsley: filled my lif in 1997. filled that void. god bless you. secretary of state mike pompeo setting the tone for the president's meeting with kim jong un. >> we're prepared to take actions that will provide them sufficient certainty that they can be comfortable that denuclearization isn't something that ends badly for them, indeed, justth opposite. ainsley: is that the right move? our panel is here to discuss it there they are over there. plus it, name change that is driving the internet crazy i hop is becoming i who arhobwhat does that mean? tell what you it is on the other side of the break. nuts.
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brian: back with a fox news alert. >> the countdown to the singapore sitdown is on. we are hours away from president trump and kim jong un meeting face to face for the first time. one-on-one for at least an hour, maybe two. earlier secretary of state mike pompeo previewing what he thinks will be a productive meeting. >> i'm very optimistic that we have a successful outcome from tomorrow's meeting between these two leaders. it's the case in each 6 those two countries there are only two people that can make decisions of this magnitude. and those two people are going to be sitting in a room together tomorrow. steve: president trump and north korean dictator will meet alone. start about 9:15 eastern time. and then the script is out the window. wait a second. there was never a script. here to react is our panel former intel officer himself drew burr scwes here host of his tier use matters. isaac stonefish is here. and dr. as you mi terry is
here. sue, can we start with you the first thing mike pompeo said this morning i want to refute the "new york times" we have to science experts and nuclear experts. he ran through everyone coming with him to this summit. how important is that? >> well, i do think that we do have scientists. i do think there is going to be an agreement pompeo was talkin about. he feels very optimistic there is going to be an agreement. i do believe there is going to be an agreement. the problem with north korea has been not coming to an agreement but implementing the agreement. previous agreements over implementation verification. this phase will see some sort of agreement. let's see what happens after. we needs to make sure north korea keeps their word this time. brian: are you against them opening up by signing and ending the war officially the ending the war is that what you are talking about. >> i'm for the declaration of peace. i'm for verbally saying let's end the war. i'm for opening the office.
i'm against peace treaty that undermines later legal justification for u.s. troops to stay in south korea. so that should come at the end of the process. brian: g point. isaac, what would convince you this is different? you just saw sue come out and say i have seen this before. what would be different right away. >> this is certainly already different. a signatures u.s. president meeting with a sitting north korea leader. brian: what about action? >> in terms of action i don't believe north korea will denuclearize. they don't have a good reason. to say it is what keeps them in power. they saw what happened in libya and the iraqi dictator. i'm not expecting them to make great changes. brian: drew, why would they say it? even though i understand the definition might be somewhat different? why would they say it to south korea? why would south korea say it to us? why would mike pompeo have two meetings and still be here today? >> i disagree with that point. i think that they want to do it because they realize they are in a position of vulnerability. that's the strength that we bring to this process is, look, you are backed into a
corner. we are one of your way out if not your only way out. so let's make this happen. i agree with you difficult process and road ahead if we do reach an agreement. we are the path out. >> i'm actually between them because they would give up elements of the program. the question is would they irreversibly dismantle nuclear program. brian: what is that? i herd experts say 20 sites, other say 39 sites. >> we don't know a lot of crucial details about nuclear program. brian: we have done this before south africa said come take it ukraine said come take it, libya they said come take it we know how to take it best scenario 10 years to get it out. >> no. again, it's going to be a process but there are a lot of details we don't know. the important thing we need to remember here is with this historic summit is we're here. you know, you don't get anywhere if you don't start. as simplistic as that sounds.
if we don't start this process now the alternative is much more violent outcome which no one wants. i think you start here. we work our way along. and with the whole time understanding that, hey, we're going to be keeping a close eye on you. we are not going to handle this the way we have handled previous deals in the past. if you slip up or mistakes repercussions. brian: one thing we could get we got three hostages back. one thing we get as we leave japan gets the 13 abductees back. they could easily supply that never should have taken them to begin with correct? >> i don't think they can actually send them back. we don't know if they're alive or not. brian: the one that's are. >> president trump raises this issue and north korea deals with that issue. brian: real quick, human rights, when would you bring it up? >> from the beginning. brian: right at the beginning? >> i think that's very important. trump needs to -- he has taken a lot of flack deservesly for trashing allies in g-7. here we have north korea, a country the u.s. has had a very hostile relationship
th deservedly. he needs to stand up for human rights in north korea. brian: great panel. we need another hanel hour. i will talk to hemmer, maybe i will get it because he has an extra hour now: jillian: i like to keep you on your toys, brian. somebody has to. brian: all right. fine. jillian: we are following news out of chicago. it was a weekend of blood shed there. four people were killed and at least 17 others hurt in a cluster of shootings on sunday alone. another three people were shot and killed on saturday. so far this year, at least 1,070 people have been shot in chicago u a high ranking air force officer who disappeared 35 years ago is found living in california. william howard hughes jr. just arrested on desertion charges on leaving the air force and creating a fake identity. hughes a kirk land air force base officer was involved in classified planning and analysis of nato surveillance systems during the cold war. investigators say he left because he was depressed.
actor robert de niro uses the tony awards to bash the president. outspoken critic cursing the president twice and watch house the audience reacts. >> i'm going to say one thing, [bleep] trump. [cheers] >> it's no longer down with trump. it's [bleep] trump. [cheers] jillian: as you can see de niro getting a huge applause for his attack on the president. we want to know what you think of that email us at email@example.com. go to our facebook or twitter pages. and after years of delays, three world trade center will open today. third building to go up where the twin towers once stood. it's the fifth largest building in new york city. construction was stalled for years due to problems between government agencies, the developer and 9/11 victims' families who wanted the site preserved. the 80-story office building will house several different companies. that's a look at your headlines. send it to you, brian.
brian: since you re read the news like you said you would i will read the tease. brian: sit down between president trump and kim jong un also one of the most important years for the economy. charles payne will begin walking this direction. plus the name change driving the internet wild. ihop. the international house of pancake is now ihob. what does the b mean? we have exclusive announcement coming up and a bunch of syrup to examine ♪ freedom ♪ freedom we came here for the friends.
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the officer is recovering. amanda? >> good morning. yes. the police chief says that officer has alreadyeen in and out of a very serious surgery treating that gunshot wound. they say he responding to a domestic violence incident where a man has barricaded himself inside of an apartment with four young children. now, that officer was taken to this emergency room where he is expected to survive. we don't know the exact condition or extent of his injuries at this time. but, with only two years on the force, there has been an outpouring of love and support for him as cop cars have lined these streets, showing their love for one of their own. reporting live in orlando, i'm amanda mckenzie. steve: amanda, thank you very much. we will keep an eye on that. historic summit taking place on what may be the economy's most crucial week of the entire year as new reports say the president will try to convince north korea to get richer by doing business with america. maybe even open a mcdonald's.
ainsley: charles payne is the host of making money on the fox business network. and he joins us now to weigh in on this. do you think that's going to happen? will iconic american companies go to north korea? >> remember a couple years ago when president obama was opening up cuba. don't you remember all the headlines? the billions of dollars that were going to be made in the dynamics are so much more significant for open market north korea. we have seen the economic development. i give you an example. 1950, north korea and south korea both on average had g.d.p. capital 850 bucks. know it's about 26,000 per person in south korea to about 2,000 per person in north korea. that's on the high end. they look down at their brothers and sisters in the south and say golly, that could have been us. already. brian: they don't actually know about it for the most part. >> they know more than we think they know. there are 3 million mobile phones in north korea there is a market economy that is starting to boon in north korea. this is kim jong un's central planning is not his grandfather's central
planning. >> at the top we mentioned this could be the most consequential week of the year economically. what's happening? >> we have the federal reserve meeting this week also. they are going to raise rates. more importantly they will give us a hint on how much they want to tap the brakes on this economy. there is no doubt the economy is moving. that's why the fed is taking action. it's okay as long as they don't overreact. i mean, a whole lot of folks watching this show starting to get a little bit of pep in their step if you will. get a little bit swagger back. don't take that away from anyone just yet. of course, we have had an amazing market run sort of stealthy because of all the other headlines. market has been on fire like the economy. brian: what about the reaction after the fallout of the g-7 summit? >> it shouldn't effect anything at all. most of that was bluster. brian: more tariffs coming our way. a reaction t action to our reac. >> there are more tariffs coming but just underscore president trump's opinion. the eu said they are going to level more tariffs on
cran berries, orange juice and whiskey. guess what the current tariffs 22%, 23%, and 11%. th only reason they are doing that because those things are made in trump country. they are making this into a political thing, trying to make him bend to their will. if anyone wants to be honest and put the tariffs on the table the american public will be shocked what american producers and farmers must contend with to sell our products to our quote unquote friends. ainsley: people still buy the whiskey though. >> especially that tennessee stuff and kentucky bourbon. steve: all right. >> charles. >> good to see you have. steve: name change talking about been driving the internet crazy. ihop is becoming ihob. what does the b mean? you will find out exclusively next. brian: is waffle house going to stay waffle house? ♪ rumor has it ♪ rumor has it ♪ rumor has it ♪ two motorcycles, a boat, and an r.v. i would not want to pay that insurance bill. [ ding ] -oh, i have progressive,
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steve: you're going to talk about this all day long. a name change that is driving the internet crazy. ihop is going to become ihob. so, what does the b stand for? brian: here with more on the exclusive announcement is ihop's president darren, he joins us live from the new ihob restaurant in los angeles. okay. mr. president, what could you tell us? >> well, thanks. first of all, good morning and thanks for having me on the show. and i would love to welcome all of america to the world's first ihob restaurant which stands for the international house of burgers. ainsley: burgers? steve: really. >> making breakfast, brunch? brian: really? these are
the burgers right here? ainsley: why are you doing this? still have pancakes on the menu? >> okay, yeah. let me put to rest that concern. we are always going to have pancakes on the menu. we are always going to be ihop but america loves burgers and america loves ihop. we thought it was a fantastic combination to bring america's burgers to an iconic brand like ihop. can you see we have the whole lineup right here for you. steve: all right. so i understand, darren, that you are going to be serving burgers. oh, look at the one with the onion rings. brian: right there in front of you. steve: burgers sun up to sundown. are you also going to be serving breakfast all day, too? >> absolutely. our breakfast hasn't changed. steve: okay. >> we're world famous for our buttermilk pancakes and breakfast food. we're always going to have breakfast. in fact, can you get pancakes with your burger at the same time. so you don't even have to choose. can you get it all.
janice: that's amazing. steve: you should have a pancake burger. couple little pancakes sand sand witched with meat in between or have you already thought >> i will tell you what, we do have our brunch burger which has a friday egg on it our hickory smoked bacon and crispy potato cake on it. it is delicious. brian: now i know what the b means. now we know pancakes matter, burgers matter. which makes you international? >> well, we have restaurants in a lot of the countries around the world. we have almost 1700 restaurants in the u.s. and about another 100 or so internationally. but we're growing like crazy right now. and we're going to be around the world very shortly. ainsley: if these talks go well today with our president and north korean president. will you open an ihob in north korea? would that ever be an idea? >> well, we're not going to
exclude any part of the world as long as it's okay securitywise. janice: is my gift card going to work that says ihop on it? >> of course it is. ainsley: excellent. >> all of your ihop stuff is going to work. ainsley: harvest grain pancakes took me through my pregnancy. please don't get rid of those. they are delicious. >> i'm glad to hear that ainsley. of course we are not getting rid of any of those. brian: darren, if this doesn't work it's pretty much your career. just telling you. [laughter] ainsley: why is that funny? we are so mean. [laughter] steve: he is officially changing the name of the chan friday. >> a little bit of a high risk maneuver. brian: we back you 100 percent. janice: the burger is amazing. ainsley: we are going to eat that. steve: joining us from the first international house of burgers out in l.a. darren, we thank you very
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nuclear weapons program, and in exchange the united states is prepared to insure the kim regime's security. >> that we are prepared to make security assurances necessary for the north koreans to engage in that denuclearization. we're prepared to take actions that will provide them sufficient certainty that they can be comfortable that denuclearization isn't something that ends badly for them. reporter: the secretary refused to detail what exactly the u.s. is offering though last week defense secretary james mattis said u.s. military personnel levels in south korea were not part of these discussions. two sours familiar with summit planning say meetings tomorrow begin with the president and kim jong-un alone, meeting with translators. they will bring in advisors. for the u.s., secretary pompeo, white house chief of staff john kelly, security advisor john bolton and others.
one source says sarah huckabee sanders will be involved in that round. teams have meet later this morning and again later this afternoon. president trump spoke with south korea's president and japan's prime minister. after the summit the secretary of state will go to seoul to brief the south korean government personally and then to beijing to speak with chinese leadership. steve: it is 8:02 p.m. we thank you very much. this is without a doubt the biggest week in president trump's presidency. people inside the conversations with the president. he feels if he can just get in the room with that guy he will figure out what he wants and figure a way to get what the united states wants which mike pompeo stated very effectively two hours ago live from singapore, complete denuking of the peninsula.
it will not be a one-stop thing but in phases. they have to start the process. ainsley: the president is smart to manage expectations. it mate take more time. we might have more summits. look what we already gained, worst-case scenario this meeting is canceled at the 11th hour, look what we gained because of this. north korea is talking about denuking, sitting down with our president which has never been done before. president of north korea traveled farther than he ever has. traveled 3,000 miles since he became president. purged three of his dad's old guard headliners. crossed the dmz, three americans are home. stopped frightening missiles over japan and south korea and all without bribes. the president didn't have to give anything. brian: him and his father and grandfather never got that. but we never gotten this far. one thing that jim vanned hi in
axe sy soes president's unorthodox style got us to this. maybe going traditional ways would not have worked out. the predent has a one to two hour one-on-one with just interpreters. john kelly will be there. mike pompeo will be there. and john bolton. very interesting. john bolton was not here when the north korean delegation came in. he was not in the oval office. he tend to be a hard-liner because he has gotten under their skin inhe past but he is there now. steve: one other member of the president's cabinet will be in the room. we don't know what the name will be. you make a great point. with the translators, two of the most unpredictable leaders in world history. tough keep in mind, donald trump is 71 years old. his birthday will be on thursday. he will be 72.
kim jong-un is 34. kim jong-un we saw with the mike pompeo interview loves american culture. you have kim jong-un, 34-year-old kid, young leader, man, seated across the table from an american icon. you know somebody, that is the tv star. he is a billionaire. and he is the president. you have got to wonder whether or not there will be any intimidation? if so that works in the president's favor. nonethess sebastian gorka says the president has a great team on board right now. >> the world or at least america's interlocutors are understanding the speed of trump. things are going so quickly and so smoothly because of a team we have. at the end of the day everybody understands the stakes. we have the potential, steve, to go from fire and fury with regards to this issue to potentially peace and prosperity. from fire and fury to peace and prosperity, couldn't be bigger
stakes than that. ainsley: steve you mentioned icons. the president will tell him you can become wealthier than you have ever been. people are starving. if you have this meeting with us, negotiate with us, we would like to send our iconic american businesses into north korea. he gave the example of mcdonald's. i heard analysts say they will watch careful to see what his facial expressions are with kim jong-un. many people on fox news say hope he doesn't smile. they use that as propaganda in north korea. brian: before the president left before that very revealing press conference. he always brings up otto warmbier and their families. that he met with eight north korean defectors back in the oval office in february. if you keep that image in your mind. you know your objective. you should know what he is capable of and what he is doing. estimated he has 200,000 people in what they call gulags the
worst possible existence you can imagine. imagine how many people he is murdered not even related to, let alone the ones he is not. he also knows this, when east germany and west germany, when the wall began to fall, there was never a plan for east germany and west germany to unite. once there was a crack in the wall, the wall came down. the country united organically. he probably studied that. he went to school in switzerland. too much relaxation there might be a chance of glimmer of hope and prosperity. ainsley: when you bring up the warmbier family, i talked to them on the phone. it is wonderful to see the three amers came home and came home safely. we have questions why north korea did what they did to our son. i hope president asks him about that. because we want to know. steve: president will know within one minute sitting down across the stable from kim jong-un, if it will be a good meetings or not. remember back in 1971, the
united states and china did this thing called ping-pong diplomacy where we exchanged ping pong demonstrations. that opened up the talks between russians and of course president reagan at the time. brian: china. >> president reagan and china, exactly. there is some feeling they have been examining that. they could have some sort of an exchange, whether it's the korean gymnasts or else the national symphony. nonetheless, looks as if things are moving. we heard from mike pompeo about three hours ago. sounds like they will sign something tomorrow. we don't know what. is it the end of the war? we don't know. >> i was going to say that, we could see the end of the korean war would be incredible. remember how all this started, president met with the leader of china. that was supposed to be a 30 minute meeting. lasted four hours. they walked away with a
wonderful relationship. the president of china goes back to north korea. i sat down with president trump, you should do the same thing. in fact he had an opportunity to buy coal from north korea. he canceled that shipment and ught the coal from the united states to prove that point. brian: democrats thought they were whipping the president, these are allhe criteria has to be in any agreement. pretty much the feeling with the administration. we agree with everything here. too bad you didn't give it to john kerry before he caught up the iran deal. on top of that, lindsey graham says i love it too. let's add in this. if military threat is real, one way or another this will get resolved during the president's first term. you make the choice. i would love the congress to get an aumf, put that forward. by the way we're united at home on this. here is paperwork from the other party. steve: are the lights dimming? ainsley: looked like it, yes. steve: just curious. brian: looking to save money in the last hour.
ainsley: it was singapore. starting to get dark there. steve: deal to open mcdonald's. i heard we have a deal to open the ihop. ainsley: they're open to it. brian: jillian, why were you dimming lights while we wer ing. jillian: had to get you to wrap somehow. steve: last call. jillian: we have serious news. you brought this in the last half an hour amount fox news alert. a police officer is shot responding to a domestic call overnight. now the suspected gunman is barricaded inside an orlando apartment complex holding four young kids hostage. police say the officer was shot trying to arrest the suspect. he was seriously hurt and needed surgery but is expected to survive. right now s.w.a.t. teams are trying to negotiate the suspect'srender. we'll have a live report from the scene in a few minutes. breaking right now. american pilot is in serious condition a after ejecting to safety moments before a jet
crashed. the f-15 plunged into the sea during a training mission off okinawa, japan. the incident is under investigation. this is the sixth non-combat crash by the air force this year, compared to seven last year. the justice department has until tomorrow to turn over documents related to the russia probe. committee chair devin nunez, sending a letter to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein demanding records regarding an alleged fbi informant. jonathan turley, law professor at georgetown university says nunez has every right to make the demand. >> this is the first chairman this aggressive, frankly for those of us who believe we need greater oversight, that that isa good change. jillian: the doj has not commented. the first lady stepping into the spotlight paying tribute to abraham lincoln's legacy.
she was honorary chair at the ford theater gala in washington, d.c. she made remarks and congratulated recipients of the lincoln medal. she said quote, it reminded us the power of the arts have g the american voice. those are the headles for the. steve: been to that event at the ford theater back in the day. still ahead this american missionary was jailed almost two years by north korea but this morning he is hopeful for the president's summit with kim jong-un. he will join us live next. ainsley: the media wasting no time slamming president trump after he arrived in singapore. >> president set the bar lower to start. >> everybody's skepticism is warranted. >> too much on the table to actually do anything that will look, i beat my predecessors. ainsley: tammy bruce is here to react to that. her salon was booked for weeks,
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will likely be our president smiling and shaking hands with this murderous thug. ainsley: president trump arriving in singapore. the media as you heard, wasting no time slamming him and the summit. why is the media practically roots for our president to fail at this historic summit. let's ask radio talk show host and fox news contributor tammy bruce. thanks for joining us. they are rooting on him to fail. bill maher says i hope we have recession so he doesn'tet reelected. >> this shows you this now conversation is not at all about policy or they have a better idea and they want their ideas to the succeed. it is now is completely destroyed of being based in reality. they simply want him to be hurt. they want the nation now to be hurt because it is now pathological. it is personal loathing. they might explain it to themselves he is bad for the country but of course now that has been proven to be incorrect, hasn't it? so now that gets added into their anger. he actually has been successful.
we've seen this nation come together in the past whether it be september 11th, other dynamics where americans come together, that is who we a we come together, we're a team. the fact even on a day like the president economically butof with the singapore summit that so many lives are at stake. the nature of all the world operates can change. now look, you can be a little skeptical because of history, you can have the conversations. but what you heard and what you hear especially in this news coverage is a kind of cheering for, and wanting for their audiences to believe, and to be as cynical and they are as it comes to the intentions of the president. it is clear the president is blunt, he is transparent about his intentions. it is a shame they can't enjoy this possibility as rest of america is. ainsley: you mentioned the word cheering. reminds me what happened. i was watching the tony awards. robert de niro comes out to the
podium, they had to use vulgaritity. they had to bleep it. watch this. >> i will say one thing, [bleep] trump. [cheers and applause] it is no longer down with trump, it is [bleep] trump. ainsley: that was the sound bite at the end of his little entry or his little speech. when he came out, went to the podium, it was [bleep] people in the audience tweeting out what he said. hey, trump, i'm talking to youto you it is no longer down with trump. it is blank trump. the audience goes crazy. >> this is why we have president trump. americans are tired of driven by that kind of hat framework. he admits no longer down with him. whatever that means. now it is invective. that failed. we rejected it in 2016. it is a shame. americans love hollywood and entertainment. the nature what it can be. saw that in world war ii when everyone comes together this is
different dynamic. clearly it is not going to prevail. they have not persuaded americans. in last year-and-a-half, through the campaign. we've seen people in this sense for what they are. the american people are partisans for the united states of america. this is somethingy different. but, it is, one person having that attitude is one thing. for that crowd to cheer. ainsley: i know. >> this city, new york city is remarkable city. it deserves to survive. broadway and theater deserves to survive. these are businesses. and it's a shame they're going in that direction. that they haven't seen what is good for america. ainsley: i know people here in hollywood, broadway actors, they can't say amongst their friends if they support him because the majority of new york and hollywood crowd don't want to support him. there is whole country in between. >> it is up to us. we got this. so does the president. ainsley: thanks, tammy. coming up this american missionary was jailed for two years in north korea. he is hopeful for the president's summit with
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ainsley: we're back with a fox news alert a police officer is shot responding to a domestic call overnight. brian: wow, a suspected gunman is barricaded inside of an orlando apartment complex holding four young kids hostage. ainsley: dana jay is with our foxffiliate live at the scene. what is the latest? reporter: good morning, guys. that hostage situation still ongoing at this hour. it started 12:30. they he us far from the scene. i have my photographer push in to see the perimeter that the police created around this apartment complex in orlando. that suspect still barricaded with the four has damages.
the ages of children held hostage, are one, seven, 10 and 12 years old. now at this point officers say they are trying to get that suspect to come out without hurting any other officers or of course hurting those children. this all started around 11:45 last night when a woman told officers that her husband had beat her up. she went off-site to meet with them. when they headed back on to the scene to and arrest that suspect, that is when the shots were exchanged with the suspect. so the orlando police officer was taken to a local hospital. we understand he is undergone surgery. he is out at this point but his injuries are very serious. we're keeping an eye on that situation. of course keeping an eye on this very volatile situation here where four children are being held hostage. back to you. brian: wow, thanks so much. al if you want continuing coverage, radio affiliates wdbo is covering that. steve: steve on kenneth bae is
opening about his time behind bars in north korea. revealing he has hope for president trump's meeting with kim jong-un. kenneth bae joins us from seoul, south korea. good morning to you. >> hello. how are you? steve: i'm doing okay. you were in prison, they sent you away for 15 years. you were supposed to do hard labor for trying to overthrow the government. what were you doing in north korea? >> well, i brought people to north korea as a tourist. that the people i brought in, they are christian tourists. we just went in to see the land and love the people and just pray and worship o behalf of north korean people. and they actually brought them in detention. i was actually arrested because
i brought people to pray and worship inside of north korea. steve: absolutely. you're a missionary. that is your job. you were there to teach people about god and they wound up saying you were doing hostile things against the government. they did sentence you to 15 years of hard labor, but what happened after two years? how were you sprung? >> well, you know in two years i was in prison for 735 days. during the time that i, i was put in the prison to see not only for suffering for myself, but i saw the suffering of the people north koreans, people's daily lives. so after i came back i have more heart for the people living in north korea, and i came back more strong by trusting the lord and just doing what god wanted me to do. now i'm working in south korea, working with north korean refugees, helping with rescue
operations to restoration work here in south korea. steve: that's right. so because you did get to know during your 700 plus days there in prison in north korea, you got to know some of the people of north korea do you think they want some sort of a deal to denuke their program over there so they become part of the world community, rather than just be so isolated from everybody else? >> what they have told me is that they will never give up the nuclear program because they are guaranteed their safety and their survival and therefore, this is what they told me, they said, any country that give up nuclear program, they all got invaded but the countries that have nuclear programs, they never have any war between nuclear states. and therefore, they need to hold on to the nuclear programs. at that time when i was in prison there, there was no possibility of giving up the nuclear program that currently
north korea has right now. steve: exactly. we heard from mike pompeo about three hours ago, he said there would be security guaranties for north korea if they give up the nukes. nnh,oes the president of theted states need to know about north korea before he sits down with kim jong-un? >> i would love to see the president trump talk about the human rights issues happening in north korea as part of the summit because, i was released rescued by the american government here but for the people living in the north, 25 million people living in north korea, and their human rights is violated every day, especially religious freedom that they do not have right now. so i would love to see out of the outcome that president trump would be able to speak about the human rights issues and create religious freedom. so therefore, they are a part of this negotiation program that they will be able to secure some
sort of a deal, improving the human rights issues of the north korean people, north korean threat at this time. stevhat is very personal to you. you were sentenced to 15 years hard labor by north korea. kenneth bae, a arican preacher, thank you very much for joining us from seoul, south korea. good luck with your missionary work over there, sir. >> thank you very much. steve: you bet. 8:30 here in new york city. one of president trump's biggest bargaining chips with kim jong-un with the economy. we're live in singapore to explain, coming up justify races into the history books at belmont. >> he is just perfect. and now he is just immortal! justify is the 13th triple crown winner! steve: the proud co-owner of justify will join us live. back with us half hour. you're watching "fox & friends."
but you can help prevent this. talk to your doctor today about getting vaccinated against whooping cough. because dangers don't just exist in fairytales. ainsley: we're just hours away from the high-stakes summit between president trump and kim jong-un. how in the world did we get here? brian: here is a look back leading up t night's big meeting. >> one of the papers called the other day and they said, would you speak to the leader of north korea? i said, absolutely. why not? >> north korea launched it first ballistic missile since president trump took office. >> after 1months, u.s. citizen otto warmbier was released from prison. >> otto warmbier has just passed
away. strategic patience with the north korean regime has failed. north korea best not make anymore threats to the united states. they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. steve: north korea firing another missile over the country of japan. brian: proving guam is within striking distance. >> "rocket man" is on a suicide mission for himself. makes sense for north korea to come to the table and to make a deal. today the united states is designating north korea as a state sponsor of terrorism. steve: yesterday north create talked to south korea, you know what we would like to talk to you about coming to the winter olympics. >> i just spoke to president moon. he is very thankful what we've done having talks. >> kim jong-un is committed to
denuclearization. he stressed that to meet with president trump. steve: secretary of state mike pompeo is in north korea. >> three americans detained in north korea will be coming home. [cheering] brian: june 12th, will you be in singapore? >> we'll see what happens. steve: yesterday the president called kim's bluff. >> i decided to terminate the planned summit. >> kim jong-un and south korean president meeting overnight. president teased meeting could happen. >> this is a great opportunity for peace. steve: kim jong-un got here earlier today. one of the first things he did he went directly to meet with the singaporean prime minister. >> there is president of the united states stepping foot in singapore as we await this historic summit. what we're seeing right now, this is history. >> remember at the very beginning, no one thought this was even possible. steve: the summit starts 12 hours and 23 minutes from right now. we got some more details.
in addition to that one-on-one meeting with just translators, apparently then they will expand to an expanded bilateral meeting with a number of president's advisors in the room. and then there will be a working lunch at which time sarah sanders will be in the room along with a couple of other experts. brian: john kelly and john bolton. steve: a better idea what is going on in singapore. brian: strong u.s. economy is crucial. bargaining chip for the president meeting kim jong-un they say. ainsley: fox business network's deirdre bolton joins us live in singapore with more. from a business perspective, how can the economy be a bargaining chip for the president going into this meeting? >> the u.s. and china's economy are the largest in the world. the sanctions that we have been imposing with china following our lead on north korea have really put north korean in a tough spot. earlier on i folk with a former ambassador to singapore, somebody that served under president george w. bush, frank
lavin. here is how he sees north korea's current position. >> had a chang o mind. he has not come because of a change of heart and nuclear weapons are dangerous and democracy is a good idea. he has come because he is pushed into corner economically and by chinese politically. he is pushed into a corner. he has to do something to unwind the difficult spot he is in. >> of course the ambassador told me as well that kim jong-un does not fly under normal circumstances. he is a dictator who is concerned of course about potential assassination attempt or potential coup. so he does not leave north korea too willingly. the fact that he has shows there is a lot on the table. earlier we heard from secretary of state mike pompeo saying that as long as north korea does not agree to complete and verifiable
denuclearization, that the sanctions will stay very much on. so kim jong-un has made essentially two promises to his people. one is, military strength which unfortunately he has accomplished in the past few years and the other really is economic. some of korea's experts i've been meeting here, you know what, some materials from south korea have made their way up north. even something as trivial as south korean soap operas. the point there is a class of people in pongyang who are aware that the world is larger and may want something more. and seems that kim jong-un has already spoken very publicly on that point. he needs to deliver on the process. so long as kim jong-un is concerned about the economy of north korea, the u.s. really has a lot of muscle and a lot of potential sway to change world history. back to you in new york. brian: deirdre, thanks so much. that will be interesting. they're bringing into the meeting, matthew pottinger from
the nsc and john bolton. john bolton is not liked by north korea because he is hard-liner and pro-american and ite use chief of staff, john kelly. a marine general, president and any moment, mike pompeo will come marching in. that is important they're getting a lot of american culture. i hope we stop it at the housewives, the housewives of north korea, that is something that hit our society we can not shake now. i want it to stop. steve: you would not watch it? brian: i would not watch it. start with soap operas and end there. if possible. ainsley: thanks, brian. hand it over to jillian to find out what else is happening in the news, hey, jillian. jillian: good morning to you at home as well. a manhunt for murder suspect released from jail by mistake. court documents that derwin cordova, used another inmates identity to in new mexico.
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brian: secretary of state mike pompeo making america's message to north korea pretty clear about an hour ago. even if it means economic reform and food for his starving country will kim jong-un really give up the nuclear weapons, the entire program? enriching uranium, plutonium? live from singapore right now, fox news contributor, former cia station chief, daniel hoffman. we're right now on the ground people are wondering what kim jong-un is willing to do. what i'm wondering, what you might know, what he has. how do we know what he has, before w know what he is willing to give up? >> well that's really the key tactical question for the cia to answer is, how many nuclear sites are there, where are they located? need to know about the scientists who are engaged in those nuclear facilities. at end of the cold war a lot of russian scientists left the
soviet union caused a lot of problems in other countries including north korea. there are a lot of problems out there, gaps we need to fill, we're working closely with our allies in the region, particularly south korea and japan. why it is so important along with secretary pompeo, we have andrew kim, who is the cia korean mission manager. served in the region and has exceptional relationships and background in this area. brian: interesting, you think it will be really important for the president to know going into that one to two hour one-on-one meeting with just translators who this guy is. what do you think that he knows after mike pompeo gives you up close and personal look after their two meetings? >> right. one of the really important benefits of secretary pompeo's two visits to pongyang along with andrew kim, he got to have face-to-face meetings with kim jong-un, who is obviously very reclusive leader. we didn't have a lot of intelligence what makes him tick
and one of responsibilities of cia to write leadership analysis profiles of our adversary. i think secretary pompeo and andrew kim will be able to give the information president needs to step up smartly for the personal relationship i think it is so important for going forward in the negotiations. brian: i will look forward get your observations through the summit. you're on 21 hours. we'll get the most out of you. is that all right, dan? >> sounds good. absolutely, looking forward to it. brian: coming up straight ahead, history made at belmont. he will react to the controversy about another horse helping his horse win. check in with sandra and bill what is coming up on the top with a three-hour show. >> guess who was there? >> 13 triple crowns in history. i had seen two of them. i had to work for it. you have to really work for it. mission accomplished. how are you. brian: looking forward to your
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[horning blowing] >> he is just perfect. now he is just immortal! justify is the 13th triple crown winner! ainsley: bringing us back, justify races into the history books saturday at 150th running of the belmont stakes. the undefeated three-year-old horse sweeping kentucky derby, preakness stakes and now the belmont. >> with more on the incredible win, part owner of justify, i think we're family, sol. are we family? >> i feel like we're family. i feel we spent quality time this last seven weeks. good to be with you. >> you're there in boston help your son win lacrosse games, right? >> that was yesterday. today i'm here to work. we had a nice day on the lacrosse feel yesterday. ainsley: how did it feel?
what was the experience like when you won the triple crown? >> it was incredible. actually more notional than i thought it would be. we had a big crew of friends and family. i was sitting in the box with my parents in front of me. my daughter in my lap. my boys behind me. my in-laws behind me. it will never happen again at least in my lifetime, i wanted to enjoy it. it is one of the great moments of my life. i feel super, super blessed. janice: sol, we have to address controversy making especially the horse racing. bob baffert trained justify and restoring hope also in the race yesterday. some of the publications, one of the owners of is one of the horses, that horse, restoring hope, was blocking so that justify could win the race. what do you say to that? >> yeah. i read it this morning actually.
i, you know, i don't know. it is difficult. that same owner had two horses in the race. one he wanted to go to the lead. one that was supposed to come off the pace. i think it is horse racing. i don't think there was anything done there that shouldn't have been done. when you look at the race, the horse that ran second, gronkowski, ran unbelievable race. missed the break, came from dead last. none of what is being spoken about really had anything to do with that horse's trip. so, that for me, i understand it. but, i don't think it will materialize in anything. and take anything away from just the spectacular horse that justify is. ainsley: what is next for justify? >> well, we'll have to wait and see and regroup. our plan to run him through the end of the year. we'll have to see how he comes out of this race. ainsley: okay. >> it will be really up to bob baffert and windstar farms to decide what they want to do. there are four races he can run with breeders' cup. ainsley: we have to let you go.
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