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>> tweet storm morning, the president claims a new report, quote, totally destroyed james comey and all of his minions. what congressional republicans say that means and former clinton advisor on how democrats should react. leland:. elizabeth: the white house saying the president supports a compromise and we'll tell you what's in it and if any democrats are on board. >> the president is out at his golf club on this beautiful saturday in washington. we're glad you're here with us
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for america's news headquarters. elizabeth: happy saturday, i'm elizabeth prann. president trump reacting once against to the ig report on the fbi's handling of hillary clinton's e-mail investigation. his tweets blasting former fbi director james comey and follows what he told reporters on friday in an off-the-cuff news conference, hi, garrett. >> good to be with you. the president believes that this ig report substantiates what he's been saying more than a year now. that government officials under the obama administration were clearly out to get him. this morning he tweeted the ig reports totally destroys james comey and all of his minions including the great peter strzok and lisa page. it will go down as a dark and dangerous period in american history. in particular, taking the position that peter strzok and lisa page texted each other they
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would never allow candidate trump to become president. here is what he had to say about that yesterday right here on the white house driveway. >> i am amazed that peter strzok is still at the fbi and so is everybody else who read the report and i'm not talking about the report, i'm talking long before the report. peter struck should have been fired a long time ago and others should have been fired. >> this is the first of several big reports including that of the special counsel's investigation into russians interference, including collusion with the trump campaign and obstruction of justice by the president. >> i think that the report yesterday, maybe more importantly than everything, it totally exonerates me. there was no collusion. there was no obstruction. and if you read the report you'll see that. >> it's important to note out that the ig's report that was released this week examines solely the fbi's handling of the clinton e-mail investigation and did not exonerate or examine the
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special counsel's investigation into russia's election interference and the president and potential obstruction of justice there, liz. elizabeth: all right, garrett tenney with the latest. leland has more. leland: as garrett reported, both sides spinning the ig report. we are going to hear a lot more from the man responsible for it. michael horowitz testifies tuesday before the house judiciary and oversight committees. one of the men questioning him will be arizona congressman andy biggs who is with us now. nice to see you, sir. we appreciate it. i won't make you tip your hand about what questions mr. horowitz might face. big picture, what do you want to know from him? >> i want him to expand on comey and comey's role in all of this. that would be the first thing. i think the second thing is that's really important is i'm going to press for unmasking of the more than a dozen fbi, high level fbi agents, doj folks who were leaking and receiving
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everything from tickets to meals, as they leaked information out to try to manipulate public opinion on various investigations. i'm also going to be pressing to see if we can get that examine-- i've already sent a letter on this joined with several people, desantis and gates from florida, but we want the original draft that went out to the doj and the fbi and we want to know where they made-- not mistakes, but where they were trying to rehabilitate, if you will, the report before it became final. leland: now, you say where they were trying to. do you know that or you just believe that the report that we all got is, shall we say, a little bit kinder and nicer than the initial report? >> yeah, i'm not sure that i know it for certain yet. i sense it because the report itse itself was morabund. it tried to asiduously avoid
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conclusions. leland: if everyone is touting this report and republicans are sort of championing this report as proof of things they have believed for so long. why question whether or not it comes to conclusion. if the report speaks at face value shouldn't it speak for itself in its entirety? >> well, yes and no. because when you say-- when the conclusion comes out and says, hey, now what we see, maybe there was no real bias in the investigation and yet, we look at the timeline with peter strzok, you can't take some of the things that he was saying, some of the things he was doing, his role in the investigations, you can't take those in isolation and i believe that that may have been what happened here in reaching the conclusion. leland: so you're going to sort of push mr. horowitz to make that conclusion? >> yeah, i want him to explain to me why he did not make the conclusion and why it seems to
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isolate some pieces of evidence. leland: okay. all right. so, that is the part of the ig's report that deals with the clinton e-mail investigation. the president seems to be reading something else entirely into it. the president's thought first, and then yours? >> a report yesterday, maybe more importantly than anything, it totally exonerates me, there was no collusion, there was no obstruction. leland: perhaps the president got a different report than the rest of us did. did you see anything about the collusion investigation or the obstruction investigation in the ig's report to support the president's statement? >> i think there are things you can draw from the report that i saw. leland: like what? >> that i read. i think the bias that was there that comey was manipulating, that comey was leaking, and he was trying to manipulate an investigation to take place, and i think that it gets to the point that the president, i think, is ultimately making. leland: but corrennect that dotr
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me. in the worst light if james comey was biased against the president, the going of the republicans, how does it prove that the president did nothing wrong? i'm missing that link. >> that's already been said there's no collusion with the russian allegations. but the other part that-- >> i know the president's claimed that, robert mueller hasn't said that and he's still investigating. i'm still looking-- >> but comey said it. leland: i'm still looking for you to make this link though between. >> yes. leland: where the president-- where the report drops off and where the president says this proves there was no collusion, there was no obstruction, it exonerates me. where is that in the report? >> well, i think it's fair to say there's nothing that specifically says there was no collusion because they weren't looking at that, right? but i think you can draw
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inferences from that, news number one, mr. comey had a bias and he's manipulated-- he acknowledged he manipulated the aappointment of robert mueller who start an investigation. that's one point and when you find out that mr. comey is unclean hands in every way, i think it certainly dirties up the idea of a mueller investigation. so, that would be one thing to consider. the other thing is, we find out about many of the people, such as strzok and page, who were providing-- page is the legal apologizer to mccabe. leland: do you take any solace in the fact or perhaps you don't, that when robert mueller found out about the strzok text, unlike james comey, unlike others at the fbi, he got rid of strzok from the investigation. >> he didn't do it immediately. he delayed a bit and he also kept that hidden and he also-- you know, there are people on his investigative team that have
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bias that's apparent and real that he's kept on. so, yeah, there may be some solace, but strzok is still at the fbi for pete's sakes. so, that's a problem over there and the fact that the mueller investigation necessarily, but it does undermine the credibility of the mueller investigation and that's important. leland: last question. the fbi has many, many roles over the past 14 months. it's been solely political, almost, perhaps now even 18 months now as we've gone through what's happened here. but it has many other roles, just indicted elizabeth holmes and counter intelligence investigations and anti-drug and anti-gang investigations. should the american people have confidence in the fbi with the exception of when politics comes in or are you ready to just say the american people shouldn't have any sort of confidence in their abilities to do their job?
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>> i don't think we throw away the whole agency. i think we see the corruptive issues, the political issues weighing in. it was at the highest levels. it wasn't at the levels of the rank and file or in the district offices where they're conducting investigations on a regular basis with faithfulness and credibility. it was at the highest levels and that's where the real issue is. leland: and i know you'll be asking mr. wray, director wray when of comes before the committee about peter strzok's employment among other issues. we appreciate it, thanks so much. >> thanks, leland. leland: liz. elizabeth: let's continue this discussion. hillary clinton's staffers are critical of james comey and looking at possible russian collusion with the trump campaign. >> i think you can sum up by saying he prosecuted her in public having concluded that she
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committed no crime and what we saw was, again, a double standard that very much hurt secretary clinton and very much helped elect donald trump. elizabeth: all right, double standard, we heard that as a talking point. here to discuss, former hillary clinton advisor. >> thank you for having me. elizabeth: that talking point we've heard from john podestpod we've heard it from chuck schumer and congressman schiff. do you agree with the talking points? at the same time i want your reaction to congressman biggs who we heard with leland. >> as pertains to jim comey's behavior in july 2016 when he first made his statement about hillary clinton being innocent, but made her sound like the worst person in the world, and then october 28th where he said he reopened it, i could have written this report 18 months ago, it was clear as day that he was outside the bounds of established doj rules and regulations, which is that the fbi should not insert itself
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into politics, and if someone is found that there should be no prosecution, you don't say anything. so, comey was well beyond his brief-- >> well beyond, but was he motivated? >> i think that jim comey is a simple guy. when faced with two things, he doesn't see right or wrong, he doesn't see rules or not rules, he says, i don't get on television, i do get on television. elizabeth: granted he's not here to defend himself. if you read his op-ed, yes, he disagrees with the findings, but he doesn't-- it sounds like he doesn't regret it and he does point to sort of an internal conflict that he had and an external conflict because of loretta lynch and i don't sense that he regrets his decision. >> he'll not give an inch on that. the report is, his choice was not a 500 year storm where he had a horrible decision to make. the choice he had was follow policy or not follow policy,
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that his saying that this was something that no one had ever thought of, and what was he going to do, woe is me, is just wrong. the fbi did think of these things. elizabeth: and he did bring up, it was funny, a couple of times he brought up the 500-year flood in this piece. you heard congressman biggs talk about showing the bias within the fbi is what he claims. so, is that damaging the reputation for the bureau and going forward, how is that going to impact the mueller investigation when we're seeing sort of this crippled image? >> i would say a couple of things. first, this is like groundhog day, where you have any kind of report or memo or something released and the republicans take it and they weaponize it to say, this shows our point. you had the president yesterday-- >> fair enough, democrats are doing the same thing. >> everyone weaponizes it, and picking and choosing what they want. it's clear from the report that comey didn't act out of bias, he might have acted out of sanctimony or self-involved, but
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there was no bias. in terms of bob mueller, i wish i could wear a hat that says that bob mueller is a republican. he was picked by a republican and voted unanimously by a republican senate. elizabeth: right. >> it's comical, but i think listening to the congressman makeshe point better than i could. it took a good ten questions for him to finally say, no, this report doesn't say anything about collusion. i inferred it. it's 500 pages, it doesn't infer anything. elizabeth: i have to go back to the point you made, you say he's a republican, i agree with you, that's a correct statement. that being said you'll have folks on the right, including the president say look at the 13 democrats on the mueller investigation and he'll point to biases, campaign donations and so just because he's a republican doesn't mean that people who are working for him, just like when we talked about peter strzok within the fbi, people working with james comey, they had their own bias, so-- >> look, i don't know that strzok had a bias, he clearly didn't like donald trump i'm not
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going to defend that. he should not have done what he did. he didn't act appropriately. you don't want fbi agents saying he's good, he's not good, i want to elect her. now what? fire peter strzok. i don't think you'll find a lot of people out there saying peter strzok should be agent of the year. once bob mueller found out about it, he was removed from the investigation. i think there's a problem here in that bob mueller is apparently writing a report at the behest of the deep state. when he has a report, it's going to be this is nonsense. yesterday this report also written by the government has enough in it that republicans like that it's like, now, the ten commandments coming down from the mountain. elizabeth: on both sides. i'm getting a wrap in my ear. i have to have you weigh in, hillary clinton saking this and tweeting out three words. and the democrats are as well. >> i talked to her the other day
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and this is just ridiculous, like, i e-mailed. elizabeth: right, well republicans-- >> and she wrote in her book, it was a stupid decision and it was stupider that-- >> i have a couple of good tweets left. >> republicans would say, you lost the election. >> we did, not contesting that. >> all right, well, philippe, thank you for joining me. >> thanks for having me. >> we hope to have you back. much more to come from the inspector general's report on fox news sunday when chris wallace speaks with trey gowdy and catch media buzz 11 a.m. eastern. howie kirtz interviews rob reiner about his angry rhetoric about the president. leland: the president doubling down on blaming democrats separating children and parents at their border. the democrats firing back saying the president is essentially
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holding kids hostage to get a more favorable immigration deal. hi, gillian. >> i don't know whether i'm going to sort it ow out, but i'll give it a whirl. >> the president plans to enforce a policy that separates immigrants parents from their children at the border in spite of his own publicly expressed hate for that policy. he writes democrats can fix the forced family breakup at the border by working with republicans on new legislation for a change. this the day after he stunned republican leadership with a declaration on fox and friends that he would not support a compromised immigration plan of months in the making. >> i'm looking at both of them. i certainly wouldn't sign-- >> what does it-- >> i have to have a bill that has tremendous border security. i have to have that. >> the white house staff went on
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defense and immediately clarified the remarks, insisting the president will sign onto one of the two republican-led bills, frustration is rampant on capitol hill. >> he's using children, whether they're dreamers or children at the border now for political purpose. it's shameful. >> administration insiders say, by continuing to enforce the separation policy, the president's playing a long game. he hopes to ultimately force the democrat's hand and increase chances of reaching a broader compromise on immigration. the hot ticket items for the president, including funding for border security, including the wall, and curtailing illegal entries, all of which his g.o.p. colleagues insist they've got covered. >> that consensus bill has not, i think -- we've been working with the white house on it, but i don't think it's been fully vetted with him yet. it contains all the things he mentioned in that interview that was important to him. all of the pillars. >> meanwhile, the department of homeland security releasing
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figures that reveal almost 2,000 children were forced into separation from their parents during just a period of six weeks, between april and may of this year. leland. leland: not that my opinion matters, but you did a pretty good job sorting it all out. gillian turner this morning, thank you. >> thanks, leland. leland: liz. elizabeth: after the break, after his historic meeting with north korean dictator kim jong-un, president trump tweets there is no longer a nuclear threat from the hermit kingdom. we'll take a closer look. flash floods in michigan has four inches of rain falls in just a few hours, causing major headaches on major roadways. and kansas city in mourning as a second sheriff's deputy dies of her wounds the day after being shot by an inmate the two were transporting. simple goodness
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>> a second kansas city sheriff's deputy died early this morning from gunshot wounds, this all coming a day after that sheriff's deputy and a partner was shot by an inmate they were transporting. jeff paul joins us now with the latest. hi, jeff. >> leland, the sheriff's office in kansas city, kansas called both deputies who died an asset to the community saying it's a tremendous loss. what investigators are trying to
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understand is exactly how an inmate managed to break free and shoot the deputies. knew, here are the deputies who passed away, deputy patrick rohrer who died friday and depu theresa king who died this morning while they were transporting the inmate to the jail house. they were somehow overcome by the inmate and they believe that he grabbed one of the deputy's guns and began firing. >> we must look at the sacrifices of deputy rohrer and deputy king and believe what they believed, that the fight for goodness and truth and justice is worth our very lives every day of our lives, and we must be ever vigilant for the battle. >> both deputies were transported to a nearby hospital, but their injuries were too severe. rohrer had been on the force for seven years, king served for 13
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years. investigators say the suspect was shot during the incident, but right now is stable. leland. leland: all right, jeff paul in our west coast news room. jeff, thank you. >> we're well on our way to get denuclearization and now north korea can develop and north korea can become a great country economically, it can become whatever they want, but there won't be nuclear weapons and they won't be aimed at you and your family. elizabeth: okay, we all remember that impromptu press conference. president trump outside the white house on friday, praising his meeting with north korean leader kim jong-un. at this moment there you few details how north korea will destroy their weapons and how they'll verify they're keeping their promise. and joining us is jean lee, she's the director of korean policy for wilson center. to clarify you work for ap, the
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bureau chief in korea for years. and this is why we have you here today. and your reaction from the news of the week. i've lived inside the hermit kingdom and you had special access and your take on the news that develops. >> so, what my time there has given me access to is an understanding how they think and what they want and i actually have been seeing for more than a year that what kim jong-un wants, despite the rhetoric and despite the provocation is to get the u.s. president to a summit. what this does is make-- put him on an equal footing with the u.s. president. this is a tiny country. they recognize that they're poor and for their leader to sit down with the president of the world's most power-- >> he's legitimate, right? >> that stabilizes his place at home and overseas. elizabeth: i read a peace in august of 2017.
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at the time you were critical of the president, the fire and fury, the threats going back and forth. are you still critical in that sense only because you now, you've seen them meet. so, what's your take now on the president and the way he's gotten to this point? >> i am glad that we are at a point where the united states and north korea are talking, that is so much better than provocations and you know, my family lives in south korea. i was living in south korea until two months ago and i can tell you to live under the umbrella or the shadow of that threat is not a great future for the koreans, the north koreans and south koreans. but what i was critical of was that the rhetoric, the fire and fury, what that did was give kim jong-un the rationale and justification to keep testing. every time there were harsh words from the white house, he was able to tell his people, look, i need to protect you, so i'm going to pour our resources into this nuclear weapon and
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what that did was bring his program, both ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons, to a point where they are so dangerous right now, that if something falls apa here, and we go back and we push north korea toward meeting to test and we're going to be in a much more dangerous place and any tests going forward are going to be extremely dangerous. elizabeth: you talked about him going back to his people and saying, listen, this justifies, this testing that i'm doing. i'm curious as if you have any insight on interpretation of what transpired with the u.s. when it comes to the standpoint of a north korean family? >> the way that this has been portrayed in north korea is that this is part of the result of kim jong-un's military strategy, his ability as a diplomate. elizabeth: his strength, that's what's being played out. >> and it's meant to inspire strength-- i'm sorry, pride in the north
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korean people. what concerns me about that, it also does legitimize his policies at home and many of his policies are extremely repressive and we're giving him a little bit more justification for those policies, and that's what concerns me about the giving him legitimacy. elizabeth: what are you most disappointed about? we've been talking about the human rights aspect. people are saying not only is there sort of a veiled definition of denuclearization or we didn't really go through and hammer out the details, but the president didn't really necessarily say, you know what? he's a huge human rights violations. hundreds in prison if your grandfather makes a comment or your radio dial is on the wrong channel. you've seen the position that people are living in. >> i understand he wanted to avoid these prickly topics in this summit, but he has to bring that up at some point. i don't think he needed to praise kim jong-un the way he
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did. i'm disappointed he saluted the general. in our country, the united states and north korea remain locked in a state of war. it would have been fine to acknowledge him, but that moment as we saw it was played out by north korean state media and it will be. elizabeth: we're seeing that on the screen. it wasn't captured because the american media didn't capture this immediately if i'm not mistaken, we saw it days after when he saluted this general. unfortunately, that's all we have time for, and it's fascinating. we appreciate your perspective. leland. leland: after the break, tropical storm carlotta, how people are staying safe and how president trump is doubling down on his policies. >> our administration has the same position as we started on day one that we were going to enforce the law. i know it wasn't something high on the priority list on the previous administration, but it is on ours. nothing says summer like a beach trip,
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>> welcome back. the house could take up a compromised immigration bill this coming week, and the president has been tightening the thumb screws on democrats as more kids are separated from their parents at the border. the tweet today, democrats can fix the forced family breakup at the border by working on new legislation for a change. this is why we need more republicans elected in november. democrats are only good at three things, high, at thats, high crime and obstruction. sad. not sad, but a happy larry o'connor to discuss. the president is of many things, a master at framing a debate. what do you make of him framing this debate about these kids being locked up as the fault of democrats? is he winning? >> well, i think so far he is. i think he is actually winning
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that debate because i guess they've got a couple of different angles they can take on the trumped up controversy what's going on with the celebration of the kids. where was the outcry when this exact policy was instituted under barack obama? and that kind of explains itself. the second is this, the president is on the record saying, hey, i'm willing to meet you guys somewhere, i ran on the idea that i didn't want to give amnesty without-- and you've go got to give something. >> the fact remains the president is a little on defense, if he want today change the policy, he could. that's a prerogative of the executive and this is how he is defending it, and this is how the democrats are trying to make hay out of it. take a listen. >> no, i hate it. i hate the children being taken away. the democrats have to change their law. that's the democrats' law. we can change it tonight. we can change it right now. >> do you think children,
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whether dreamers or little children at the border now for political purpose, it's shameful. >> i can't imagine who you're going to agree with. >> who hear that nancy pelosi say it's shameful to use children to push a policy, is ridiculous. and democrats say it's all about the children and children are suffering. on any policy, the idea of democrats jumping up and media jumping up, most of the media and thumping the bible. leland: he started that. but he started as well you want to use christian values, there are other christian values. these guys have not used the bible to justify a lot of policies that go against my christian values and they'll call me the person who is trying to push theocracy because i want to protect unborn children. let's see them push that aside. why aren't they upset about the children separated from parents because of the horrible crimes committed in this country. and there are a lot of children
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separated because of the illegal immigration and crimes associated with it. leland: there's rhetoric on both sides. and in the end you see both sides jockeying for position on this. there is two bills in congress right now, the good lives bill and pretty much everybody agrees is pretty much dead on arrival and the new, quote, unquote, compromise bill that even some republicans are now saying they're not okay with. so, what's the point? is this going to get solved? >> i don't know. i don't think that democrats want this solved. i think it's really-- other than we're going to impeach trump, i don't what other issue they've got going into november. i frankly don't think they want to fixed. and i don't think that goodlatte is dead on arrival. that is the good compromise bill giving amnesty to 700,000 illegal immigrants. the president never planned on running on that. it's basically saying some
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pretty fundamental things that most americans agree with, which is let's have mandated e-verify. make every employer do an e-verify on the immigration status. what they're calling the compromise bill, leland, doesn't mandate that so we're never going to fix the illegal immigration problem if we don't want that. leland: you don't think that the democrats want to fix this because it's-- >> i'm cynical. leland: being intellectual ly i cynical with me, are there some republicans think this is better as a campaign issue than to compromise? >> i don't necessarily think some republicans want it as a campaign issue sadly opening up more opportunities for illegal immigration because a lot of chamber and commerces, as well. they raise a lot of money out of it or really think it's better for our economy to have a flee flow of cheap labor coming
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across. leland: and thank you. >> every week. elizabeth: now to extreme weather impacting millions of people in north america. tropical storm carlotta moving through the pacific towards the gulf of mexico. tropical depression bud is set to bring heavy rain to southwest u.s. and look at upper michigan. flash flooding is shutting down major roadways. thunderstorms continue to add to the flooding today. the rain not stopping anytime soon. forecasters say it's much-needed in colorado and crews are working to contain several wildfires. the blazes are forcing thousands to evacuate as hundreds of miles of roads remain closed. there's whacky weather across much of the united states. leland: former trump campaign manager paul manafort behind bars this weekend. he'll be there for a while as he
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>> paul manafort arriving at the northern neck regional jail. he's the first campaign official to be jailed as part of special counsel robert mueller's investigation. here is the editor, thank you for joining us, boyd. i want to lay the groundwork for our conversation. we have the ig report out this week, wholly separated from the mueller investigation, correct? >> that's correct, liz. so many people are conflating
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the whole thing. and the ig report was to the process followed. and obviously there were a host of things, it's ironic you come out with all of these things that show bias and then there is no bias in the end, so sort of an interesting landing. elizabeth: that's what i want to sort of go to my next question. the president seems to be attacking mueller for a fresh round of attacks on friday as if he has something to hide. but that being said, a, these investigations take time, but he's starting to feel the heat or hear more criticisms, especially when you hear from the president's attorney rudy guiliani. >> right, and so, i think the inning you're seeing is that obviously, everyone is getting anxious, let's get to the bottom of this, to the end of the investigation. these investigations spend tens of millions of dollars, they cast very wide nets. there hasn't been anything yet that has really produced anything that shows anything about collusion. there's a lot in terms of interference and we've known that the russians tried to interfere and this is where i think it all lands, liz.
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what happens, we end up with this distrust, this division and divisive rhetoric around it, which is what the russians want, by the way. but the other problem is that it also creates distrust in the american people. and i think that that's the one thing we haven't talked enough about is this undermining public trust. our trust in our government institutions has never been lower, but that's also spreading over and starting to fray the fabric of society. it used to be when people asked if your neighbor trustworthy, 68 or 70% would say yes, now only 22% so we're becoming much more tribal, much more distrustful and that's what's going to undermine the american people and that's something i think we have to address and while the ig report is important, because that's the process piece that should give the american people trust that whatever the mueller investigation comes up with, people can actually take stock in it that it is trustworthy. elizabeth: you know, and i agree with you. i want to play a quick sound
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bite from christopher wray now leading the fbi. i want you to listen what he said because i think it goes along nicely. >> we take this report very seriously and we accept its findings and recommendations. it's also important though to note what the inspector general did not find. this report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper considerations actually impacting the investigation under review. elizabeth: you can already see sort of the campaign to say, look it, trust us, we are -- there are good people trying to do what they are hired to do. that being said as we continue on this investigation, if we do see, let's say a subpoena for the president, where is this going? >> yeah, i think the trust factor is going to continue to be the problem. remember what we heard from comey, going through his part, and even with hillary clinton, he said there's all of these bad things, awful things, but trust me, there's nothing to see here.
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so i think for the ig to go through that same path, there's bias, there's bias, there's nothing to see here that's part of the challenge. and it's fascinating on monday, what viewers should be watching for as he appears before the senate committee first, what it really means. it's a chance for the ig to say, yes, there is trust and we need to watch this moving forward. i think a lot of members of the senate on both sides of the aisle that are going to have tough questions rolling into monday. elizabeth: all right, boyd matheson with everything that's going on and what's ahead for next week. we appreciate it. >> thanks, liz. leland: u.s. allies on the verge of dealing a heavy blow to iran. we'll tell you where and what it could mean to the middle east.
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>> a victory in the proxy war in yemen could deal a body blow to iran and their revolutionary guard. saudi-led forces are closer than ever to taking a key city there. ryan is live in our london news room with more on that. hi, ryan. >> hi, leland. well, you have effectively iran on one side and saudi arabia on the other fighting a proxy war
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in yemen. the saudi side, the saudi-led forces are trying to take that airport that you were talking about. they're getting some assistance from the united states. the united states is helping with refueling and with targeting information, and they are allied with the government of yemen, which has been in exile for a number of years. on the other side of the battle, and in the conflict, the other side of the conflict in general, as you said, you've got iranian-backed forces and they're supporting the houthi rebels. they're trying to hold onto airport. why is this airport so important? it's really simple. people need the food that comes through it. 70% of all of the food right now in yemen is moving through that airport. two-thirds of the 27 million people that live in yemen rely on that food and all of the humanitarian aid that comes through it and around the world, international aid agencies are concerned that the fighting will disrupt the flow of that food.
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>> we are very fearful that any kind of blockage of the free flow of humanitarian food, also commercial stocks of particularly food and fuel, could have a major impact on people who are already highly vulnerable. >> there's a good reason for that appeal. the world's worst humanitarian crisis right now is in yemen. eight and a half million people, the population of new york city, are already at risk of starvation there, leland. leland: yeah, probably get a lot worse than better. ryan, thank you. liz. elizabeth: still to come in the next hour of america's news headquarters, officials in hawaii are allowing some people affected by the volcanic eruption to go home, but the lava continues to ooze out of multiple cracks in the earth
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with no sign of of slowing down. plus, the president feels exonerated by the ig report. garrett tenney is live at the white house. >> the president was out here for almost an hour answering questions from north korea to immigration and the newly released report on the handling of the clinton e-mail investigation. this morning he has more to say about that report. stay tuned. vere ulcerative colitis. but i realized something was missing... me. the thought of my symptoms returning was keeping me from being there for the people and things i love most. so, i talked to my doctor and learned humira can help get, and keep,uc under control when other medications haven't worked well enough. and it helps people achieve control that lasts so you could experience few or no symptoms. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems,
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>> our number two of "america's news headquarters" from washington. great to be with you. >> here is what's making news right now. the president today telling that the ig report totally destroys james comey. we will go live to the white house. >> meanwhile the present blaming democrats for the mass separation of kids and parents at the border. tough talks forcing a deal on capitol hill. >> china striking back at u.s. tariffs on $50 billion in chinese goods with new tariffs of their own escalating trade tensions. >> president trump taking to twitter this morning with more scathing remarks for former members of the intelligence community as he reacts from the
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inspector general report. garrett tenney is live at the white house with the very latest. >> the president had a lot to talk about here at the white house yesterday. at the top of the list was a recently released ig report on the fbi handling of the email probe. this morning had more to say about that on twitter. saying, the ig report totally destroys james comey and his minions pete including the great lovers peter strzok and lisa paige. he started this disgraceful witchhunt against so many innocent people. it will go down as a dark and american history. on fox and friends the president disputed the report findings that -- did not play a role. and suggested the report is a black eye for the law enforcement agency. >> the people in the fbi are incredible. i would bet if you take a poll in the fbi, i would win by more than anybody has ever won. but the top people were
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horrible. you look at what happened. they were plotting against my election. probably it has never happened like that in terms of intelligence. what they did was incredible. and a real insult to millions of people that voted in the election. on both sides progress in front of the former trump campaign chairman, paul manafort was taken into custody and sent to jail until his trial in september. ahead of the decision the president continues to distance himself from paul manafort but also suggested his former campaign chairman was being unfairly targeted by investigators. >> paul manafort worked for me for a very short period of time. he worked for ronald reagan, bob dole, john mccain, many other republicans. he worked for me for 49 days or something. a very short period of time. i feel badly for some people because they've gone back 12 years to find things about somebody and i don't think it's right. >> there's been speculation that the special counsel, robert mueller is targeting
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paul manafort.trying to get to flip on the president help in the investigation to possible russian collusion with the trump campaign. yesterday a trump attorney, rudy giuliani said in a number of interviews that at the conclusion of the investigation, the president could clean things up a bit with presidential pardons. it is worth noting the president has been asked about this a number of times in the last week and each time he has said it is not something he wants to talk about right now. he did not rule that out but right now he is not wanting to talk about that. >> thank you very much. back now to the issue of the ig report. the president doubling down on his attacks on james comey claiming his actions were quote
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- criminal. >> don't forget, all these people like peter strzok, what he did was criminal. they all work for james comey. and you think that mccabe did not tell them everything? he is now suing and it is a total mess. they are going against each otr. i think james comey was the ringleader of this den of thieves. >> dear ted harvey with the committee to defend the president, good to see you. >> good morning. >> james comey is in private life. it brings up an interesting question though, should this president, you been known to advise him, have a reason to go after james comey and others as he said, criminally? >> i think the president is right to be outraged by the way the fbi was handling the investigation of the clinton email scandal. they were obviously biased. look at agent number one, however, agent number one is. he said that he was with her, he was viva la resistance --
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this is corruption at the highest level of the fbi. >> we've heard that over and over again. what are the next 10 words? what needs to happen after this? >> well, the ig report said that they will send five individuals for further investigation to see if there would be criminal charges. i think we need to see how that plays out because like i said, it is serious stuff. i think anyone in the united states should be concerned when the most powerful investigative agency in the world, is playing favorites in a partisan, political, presidential campaign.and i would be outraged if they were doing it for the democrats. i'm outraged that they're doing it for the republicans. this is crazy was going on.
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>> oddly enough it does seem to unite across the partisan divide here. which is tough to do in washington. with a former clinton advisor on this at the very same thing. this is outrageous behavior by the fbi. the president though has taken the report a step further. this is what he had to say. we'll get your thoughts in a second. take a listen. >> the report yesterday may be more important than anything it totally exonerates me. there was no collusion. there was no obstruction. >> was that in the report that you read? >> well, i think he's trying to do is defend himself against the argument that james comey should not have been fired. and certainly should have been and the investigation of bringing robert mueller in starting the entire investigation, is based on a false pretense. that false pretense was that there was collusion and james comey is the one that leaked to the press to force an independent investigation and bring robert mueller in to do this entire investigation. so yes, they are both tied because they lead to each
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other. >> i get to have that argument is an interesting. >> is the truth! >> if the president believes all of that then why not just envy robert mueller investigation? >> there's a lot of political fallout for ending the investigation. i think in the end -- >> hold on. this president, and he talked about this and commanded him about how he doesn't care about politics. he's willing to take on anybody. he is willing to say anything if he thinks is the right thing to do. the argument you just made said there's no reason for the robert mueller investigation. you say the report proves that, why not just end it? >> i think there's political fallout, and i think the president is trying to show that to the american people, that he is willing to have the investigation go to the end and prove there was no collusion. >> you can't have -- you cannot
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have it both ways piece that he's having it willing to go to the end but at the same time at every turn, he's trying to discredit it. as are you for that matter when you come in here. >> without a doubt! i do discredit this. i think robert mueller is investigation all the way back to uranium one is compromised. i think that why this was put in place is compromised. >> so you are okay with a compromise investigation going on for what you believe is political purposes? that is what you just said. >> i believe that political purpose will be in the end, this investigation is going to prove that there was no collusion with russia. but it might prove that there was russian interference in the election. and we need to investigate that. somebody does. in this case right now is in their lap of robert mueller. in the end we might get a good result out of this investigation showing that the
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russians were actually involved. but there was no collusion with the trump campaign. which is the most important thing we can do for the american public. show the president of the estates and his campaign was never involved in this and it is a made up narrative by the democrats on the left. >> we've certainly heard from you and the president on the issue. many, many times with ted as always we appreciate you being here. enjoy beautiful day in denver out there.>> thank you, god bless, have a great day!>> to you as well. shocking! there's a lot more to talk about on this topic. tomorrow, "fox news sunday", chris wallace sits down with trey gowdy at 2 pm tomorrow here on fox news channel. republicans in the meantime, liz? >> thank you. republicans in the meantime are gearing up as to gop immigration bills are expected to hit the house floor next week. the bills are in response to a failed discharge petition. it called congress to act. there is continued speculation over whether donald trump will sign either bill. and he spoke to the press on friday. >> i'm looking at both of them. i certainly would not sign --
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>> the president fully supports both bills which of course, did spark confusion yesterday. here to sort that all we've immigration policy analyst, alex -- with the cato institute. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me.>> i read something on my published essay. you do not mix words. you're not happy with either of the proposed, although the one that is still being drafted, you're not happy with either one, why? >> the first one is possibly, an argument is a most anti-immigration bill introduced in about one century. it would cut legal immigration to united states by 40 to 50 percent and it would not even provide a permanent path to citizenship for the dreamers in exchange for that. the ryan bill, what we have
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seen so far -- >> it will probably be dead on arrival, right? of course it should be! i mean the version of it that failed in the senate that were similar came up. it is too extreme. a lot of republicans are not happy t. it is really sort of a hail mary in that sense. >> and of course -- >> there might be one weird democrat who would support it but not more than that. >> i also want to gauge your support, if any for a more moderate version. because i'm curious when i read some of your work. what would work? what do you support with your research? >> i think a compromise that is politically possible would be legalization for the dreamers as well as funding for a border wall. >> those are 21 big asks. >> yes but one of the bill that was going to come to the floor, the bill in the senate last time they voted earlier this year, the one that they got basically did those two things. i think that is one that brings the largest number of republicans and democrats together.
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cutting legal immigration is such a nonstarter for both parties. at this point that it is really combining that makes the other one toxic. >> for the viewers, the discharge petition, which if i'm not mistaken was three votes short of -- >> at the very end it was two. >> but you said that one of the bills, they were four bills total involved. was this more moderate that you think lawmakers are facing, their proposal off of, correct? >> yes, that is what everyone was talking about. we do not see the text of all of the bills but that is what they said. >> less fast-forward p what will the headline be next week? >> i think it will be status quo. the confusion from the white house if they support the bill and which one and the presidents statements have caused so much confusion on capitol hill i don't think anyone will really stick their neck out and push for it. speaker ryan spent all day yesterday trying to clear up
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the confusion. trying to rally the troops. by the end of the day we still do not know where it stood. >> do you think the confusion, is it worthy?because yes, he did, during the interview, which was impromptu. he said he would not support the more moderate one. but then the white house backpedaled almost immediately. >> one of the things we know about the administration and the white house is that he makes a lot of decisions that are from the gut. i think there truly felt and believed that he doesn't necessarily stick with them. he goes back and forth on a lot. i think just given the statements it has caused a lot of confusion up there. the folks that we spoke to said there's a lot of confusion, they are working -- they say we don't know where we stand so they will not get votes for a bill we are not 100 percent sure which bill to support. because when it comes down to it, where the president stands on this is what matters more
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than anything. >> all right we will leave it at that. we will see what lawmakers do this week. >> we will. >> i appreciate it. thank you. >> still ahead, oceans of lava still oozing across the big island of hawaii. plus, the defense secretary has a surprising message this graduation season. plus, new details on how an inmate overpowered two guards and killed them both. >> i think i'm disgusted with a system that would allow such an evil individual to be out on the streets. >> it just took my breath away when i found out about it. i mean how somebody who is shackled, can wrestle a gun away from a deputy and shoot them? it is beyond my understanding. it's just a burst pipe, i could fix it. (laugh) no. with claim rateguard your rates won't go up just beacuase of a claim. i totally could've... (wife) nope! switching to allstate is worth it.
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our own jeff paul has the very latest. >> the sheriff's office in kansas city spoke a little while ago telling both deputies that died, an asset to the community. when investigators say they are still trying to understand is exactly how an inmate managed to break free and shoot the deputy. we first wanted to show you their share of debbie's that were shot in the line of duty. deputy patrick that died friday and deputy teresa king who died early this morning. this happened yesterday while the sheriff deputy for transferring the inmate from the courthouse back to jail. investigators say that somehow the deputies were overcome by
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this inmate and they believe he possibly grabbed one of their deputies guns and soda firing. they say this is a tremendous loss and heroes are never forgotten. >> the depues did not just offer to us a total gift of themselves yesterday. they did it each and every day that they stepped out into our community. when they were sworn into their office, they embraced this truth. that they are sworn to protect and defend the public at all times. and at every place. >> both hippies were transported to a nearby hospital. their injuries were too severe. once served for seven years ever for 14 years. they say to their knowledge the suspect was handcuffed at the time. investigators say he was eventually shot during the incident. right now he is stable. >> thank you with the very latest on that very sad story.
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republicans this week, they see something in the inspector general report that they like, although they do not necessarily agree on what that is. molly is here to separate the spin from what the report actually says. hi molly. >> members of congress will get the chance to dig into this report and find out what is going to change when the fbi director, christopher wray and justice department inspector general michael horowitz go before the senate judiciary committee on monday and then horowitz testifies on tuesday. of particular interest to republicans, newly released text between an fbi agent peter strzok and form fbi laurier, lisa paige. there is this text from august
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2015. lisa paige says trouble never become president, right? right? and peter strzok says no, no he is not. we will stop it! that is raising questions among lawmakers. >> he is a key player, he is a central figure throughout the entire area. the lead investigator, he's a key character. i think the text messages is important to remember peter strzok opens a rush investigation on july 31. a day that we have the text message that we saw on the report. we will stop trump from being president. >> the ig report also criticizes the form fbi director, james comey for quote - ad hoc decision-making. and disclosing on october 28, 2016 that some emails have been found on anthony weiner's laptop. who is married to it clinton ate at the time. that still maddens some democrats and state helped donald trump win. >> he is the president of the united states.
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he was elected by the people of the united states according to this system and according to the laws. at the same time, james comey, did he do something on october 28 that caused public confidence to be eroded in hillary clinton's candidacy? no question about it. >> the report also calls james comey his actions extraordinary and insubordinate. and discussing publicly the content email investigation in july 2016. in the nothing she would not be prosecuted without clearing it with his supervisor. >> courses when peter strzok may or may not testify as well. molly, thank you. >> let's continue the conversation. we reaction to the ig report. will bring in our fair and balanced panel. we have a staff writer at the federalist and the democratic strategist, antoine. i will start with you. surprised or did this near what
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you already thought? >> i think there are four things that most reasonable people have taken from the ig report. number one, the fbi was right not to charge fairly. because of the email scenario. number two, there was no political bias for their decision to do so. number three, james comey makes a very critical mistakes and number four, those mistakes and of helping donald trump in the, the republicans will put their spin and say that that we use the seven words from that text message, no, we will not let it happen. use that as a way to pour cold water on the robert mueller investigation. but the devil is in the details.and those details in a 500 page report are those four things i mentioned.>> i want to get your reaction because antoine has the four points. and i want to get your reaction on the first two of them before we get to the next few. the fbi was right and no political bias. what is your response to that? i assume you feel pretty passionately otherwise. >> at the end of the day there
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essentially hr department for the fbi. and it is in the inspector general reports own interest in order to correct the fbi and go on a better path. those sort of things, not chastising too greatly. i think that isdefinitely what sawthroughout the inspector general report. i think it confirms a lot of fbi that it is run by a bunch of idiots and naegele made he -- megalomaniacs. it ended up helping donald trump because they were just idiots and totally botched this throughout this. i also think that it really takes a swipe at james comey and his personal credibility. i think the larger conspiracy theory we are getting from the left that donald trump colluded with vladimir putin in order to steal the election away from hillary clinton, that was largely depended on the credibility of james comey.
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>> i don't get paid to disagree with you this is what antoine is for. that and the second piece of the argument as well. >> i appreciate you being fair and balanced but i know the republicans want to run that these two things together but the rush investigation and the clinton email investigation are two separate things. it is funny that me and my friend on the right talk about the fbi and the agency being basically stupid when republican party said they are a party of law and order. sounds very hypocritical coming from the extreme right. >> also want to talk about, you talked about james comey and he did have an op-ed in the new york times. and i want to bring antoine because he said he did disagree with the ig findings but it did not sound like he took back his decision. antoine, i wanted to respond to that and then i will get your take, bre payton. >> i'm not a fan of james comey. in my opinion i think he caused
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hillary clinton election. but it is funny to have the republicans beat up on him when before all this, he was like the angel child of the republican party. he was their guy. now this happened and all of a sudden he is a bad guy. >> that is absolutely not true. i'm old enough to remember two weeks ago when the democrats loved james comey and they all said he was the last honest boy scout in washington d.c.. i have to have been on this channel -- i have heard that from a lot of liberals and a lot of democrats who i've had to talk to them about this and say i have been saying from the start, was james comey made the announcement in october 2016, i said he was an idiot then. even though it hurt hillary clinton.i still thought it was a bad move. i still thought he was an idiot. i think it demonstrate the fbi needs a lot of help and to review hiring practices. >> i want to move forward because in the interest of
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time, even though the ig report and the robert mueller investigation are two totally different things and we are constantly reminding -- >> to be clear! >> we are the president sam friday he was exonerated and those are different things. that being said, is there impact from the ig report on the investigation? meaning, is it getting impacted by this ig report whether it be perception or in any way? i will start with you, bre. >> it is completely separate from the hillary clinton email investigation. however, in the inspector general report itself, peter strzok, the reason why he did not come forward, the reason they did not get a warrant to search anthony weiner's laptop was because one of the things they were prioritizing about hillary clinton's emails was the investigation into the trump campaign and whether or not there were ties to russian officials. while they are separate
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investigations, they are being handled by the same people. a lot of the same people that worked on both of the probes, expressed a lot of political bias and political opinions about not liking donald trump and liking hillary clinton. in text messages and often conflated and in the same conversation, they would say their political opinions and seemingly in the same breath say, this is what we are going to do about both of these investigations. you are right that they are separate and there is overlap. i think we need to acknowledge appear. >> antoine you get the last word. >> there is a big chance at all of us have a political theme. and they are two different things, the bottom line is, this, the only thing that makes it relevant is that the right wing and the president would try to push these together to make the case to pulled cold water on the investigation. we all know that is not true. it is two different things, not one and the same. >> thank you both. we will have you back because like we said there is a whole other story line there. thank you so much.
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>> fears on wall street heading into monday about what new terrace will calm and possibly put the brakes on the roaring u.s. economy. the dow on friday fell 85 points. nasdaq 15, s&p 500 down. this comes after tariffs of 24 percent on $50 billion of products in chinese goods. including but not limited to solar panels, washing machines, steel and aluminum. the list goes on and on. here todiscuss , gary is with us. good to see you always. help me understand this because this is an important point. you are overseas. people that talk about u.s. tariffs and this idea of the u.s. becoming more protectionist in its trade policies?
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>> i would like to say they were but they were more likely watching and eating pasta. >> i get the point. >> the big noise is, what possibly could come out of this. right now, let me give her the good news. the market is completely ignoring it. the economy, will probably get a 4.5 percent gbp this quarter. my biggest complaint radios under obama was, the uncertainty of taxes and tariffs which he had by the way and all kinds of other things. this puts uncertainty into the system because businesses do not know what will come on monday. tuesday and wednesday. we already have china coming back saying you are doing 50 billion, we will give you 50 billion back. >> right.that was my next point.this is not just one sided. china adding terrace a 15 to 25 percent on 128 american products, fruit, wine, pork, the list goes on.
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among them, whiskey and bourbon. we had a distiller on a couple of days ago they said i don't know what i'm going to do with the reciprocal tariffs coming back. we may have to lay off people. we will not be able to expand. we have not put all of the business plans on hold. that at some point will have a real effect on the economy, right? >> you got it. thus, the uncertainty. you said it best, that someone on the said i do not know what comes next. by the way, it is not just china. it is europe also, the president has also gone after canada which i really do not understand. and let me be clear, i love the fact he is addressing the inequities. there have been for a very long time. we've done nothing about it. i'm just not so sure this is the way about it. remember, you are dealing with another party. they get to make decisions for themselves. i can promise you they will all make decisions in their own best interest.not ours. i'm a little bit worried here because it seems to be growing
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and if we get into this tit-for-tat back-and-forth, markets have been strong recently and the economy could take a hit. >> bob, the great general always used to say that your enemy has a choice in how they war is prosecuted. china, canada, the eu all have choices and how the trade war moves on. people use aluminum cans. being brewers or soda pop makers. they are estimating they will pay $350 million more for aluminum cans this year.that is according to the new york times. if he talked to the administration they say, no one will really feel the effects of these tariffs. do you buy that? >> i am going to disagree with that. it always flows down to the consumer. remember, tariffs are a tax. in the end, the consumer ends up paying it and if it feeds on itself you end up with what we call inflation. if inflation hits, interest rates may go higher.
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if interest rates go higher then you get the economy heading south. you end up in a vicious cycle. i think they need to be very careful in the next couple of months. i will tell you i am kind of surprised that they are doing this right before midterm election because there is the risk. you do not know what your other party is going to do. right now, all we know so far, the other parties are kind of sticking it back to us. >> you bring up a very good point. the political prospects. you think about some of the states, republicans want to pick up in the senate. think about places like indiana, wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, ohio. what are the risks they are politically in terms of how these tariffs, more portly this reciprocal tariffs can affect these elections? >> if you notice, china is attacking agricultural states. where the president has done very well and where they expect to do very well in midterm.
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i can guarantee that people, businesses vote with their wallets. if we get closer and things start turn south, by the law, they have not in any way, shape or form so far. but if it starts to escalate it could affect the votes either not voting for who they were going to war not voting at all. which both is pain for a certain party. krishna democrats are looking and watching to see if they were able to tag republicans with whatever economic effects the tariffs have peer that has yet to happen. we will have you back to talk about this. thank you so much. >> thank you. appreciate being here. >> coming up, which countries -- under the watchful eye of vladimir putin. and golfers trying to stand top of the leaderboard. we have previews. >> johnson a leader by four shots, one of the great stories
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be spending much time on the left say. tiger woods, jordan spieth,
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mcelroy all missing the cut to compete in the u.s. open. we are in southhampton new york and what we can expect from round number three. hi jared. >> hi elizabeth. good afternoon. let's talk about the great one. not dustin johnson, the great one. wayne gretzky. his son-in-law is dustin johnson for the number one world ranked player and today wayne gretzky is here to see if dustin johnson will win his second u.s. open. johnson will be hitting the course broadcast this afternoon on fox at 3:10 pm eastern. yesterday he took off three more shots and he is at -4. he is a four shot lead retina going for the second u.s. open title. take a look at the leaderboard right now, you can see there are folks fairly close but a couple of names that are not on the board. an american has moved up 34 spots, he is now +3, berger bring home the bacon today. for underpar and patrick read, the masters to under today.
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and then the great story about a golfer you might not know of because he's an amateur. he is also a full-time firefighter. 31 years old from massachusetts. and he did better than tiger woods did. he is still playing this weekend. he is tied for 45th place. today, he is plus january 4, 2014 holes. the same score as phil mickelson, and i happy birthday to him. >> i have two bring you in the discussion here because we are talking at some of these names up there are some big names you're not talking about. andy talked about tiger woods. these are guys that did not make the cut that were expected to. >> yes that is the third time tiger did not make the cut. surprisingly the crowd today at this gorgeous course in
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southhampton are filled. it is a crowded day. even with all these big names gone, jordan spieth yesterday also eliminated. rory mcelroy, one of the best golfers in the world is not here. jason day, there are for the top golfers in the world that are not even here. >> back to the firefighter, who we have some video of, is a great story. what happens to him though? let's say that throughout the next two days, he does very well. he comes in somewhere as phil mickelson. does that mean that he goes on the tour and stops fighting fires? where does it go from here? >> great question! you think, what would you do? give an opportunity and all of the money involved in this. the paycheck he could earn, think about how many years of salary that might be as a firefighter in massachusetts. that obviously is his full-time job and passion. but you have an opportunity to say look at what i can do, i am 31 years old and i can compete with these guys. just when the mid-america amateur championship.
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if you picked golf on nothing anyone would argue. >> just doing well though for this weekend at the u.s. open, that does not guarantee him a spot on the tour? >> no, i think it matters where he would finish or what his exemption might be for that. remember, he did qualify for the masters. he did not make the cut. here he did. >> that is awesome! >> certainly is a great story. a tough assignment for you! you are handling this with grace and dignity through it all! enjoy the course. >> it is a rough job you know -- it is very important. >> i am sure there are some good sandwiches along the course as well. good to see you buddy, thanks! a good weekend for sports. you have the u.s. open and also the world cup kicking off, pun intended. the host country is russia. we know what our producer was watching, not golf. six matches have already been played in the group stage early this morning on fox sports.
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and a win over australia, argentina, one of the tournament favorites has one of the best players in lionel messi. but only a tie against iceland. i did not know they had a soccer team. peru and denmark just wrapped up with denmark winning. later fox sports has a matchup between nigeria and croatia. i rails were not referenced the united states world cup team. i do not think they are in it. is that correct? >> you're asking the wrong person.>> very correct. the united states is not in this one. they go! >> this is another interesting story. one brazilian couple is getting a new meaning to going the extra mile. they are now cheering on their home country at the world cup after traveling nearly 56,000 miles from brazil to russia. they are hoping that their
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team, the most decorated in world cup history, will tickle my sixth world cup. my question is, is it worth the journey if they take it home? i mean -- >> i'm not sure what is worth driving 56,000 miles. but for some, there's the answer! coming up, one marine still adjusting to everyday life years after a devastating crash. we're going to show you how one foundation is giving this wounded soldier an entirely new start. managing blood sugar is not a marathon. it's a series of smart choices. and when you replace one meal or snack a day with glucerna made with carbsteady to help minimize blood sugar spikes you can really feel it. glucerna. everyday progress.
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important. leland: marine corps major eric was two weeks into six deployment when military plane crash left him with major lower limb and ocular nerve damage, climbing stairs became unexpected struggle for eric. now, as you can tell from this video, the foundation has offered new hope for him and so many like him, the foundation building one of a kind smart homes designed specifically to help him adjust to every day life. more information on this at the gary sinise we got the story from jennifer griffin, national security correspondent in addition to being great reporter at the pentagon does so much to help veterans and veterans groups, brought her attention to the story and among others, you can see right there.
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>> gary sinise as well. he's involved in so many capacities, wonderful. leland: also lends a lot of effort and work, the news continues from newk. ♪ >> president trump hammering away at democrats on immigration while attacking former and current officials in the fbi after that scathing report from the justice department's internal watchdog. hello and welcome to brand-new hour inside america's news headquarters, i'm john scott. president lashing out at some of his favorite targets on twitter including fired fbi director james comey along with fbi employees, peter strzok and lisa page. president trump addressing crack-down on illegal immigration as his administration comes under fire over reports of parents and children being separated at the border. the president lays the blame at


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