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if we gave up every single thing they want, they will say we don't want it. it's pure obstruction. our issue is strong borders, no crime. their issue is open borders, let ms-13 all over our country. >> anything that serves the american people and protects us, the democrats are adamantly object posed to. >> protests and rallies held across the country as the battle over immigration reaches a boiling point. >> why are you stopping the bus? this is to make a point they need to leave children alone. >> sarah sanders says she was asked to leave a restaurant in lexington, virginia, because she works for president trump.
>> political debate has turned into political harassment and outright political abuse. >> let's leave it for trump. let's leave north korea for trump. let's leave trade for trump. let's leave immigration for trump. they left us a lot but i'm actually having a good time. thank you. ♪ we need more keith urban. it is now officially summer. you've got keith urban, the windows down, florida georgia line. >> i live next to pnc bank on exit 118 on the garden state parkway in new jersey. last night there was a poison
concert. i could hear it from my house. >> should america visit, exit 118 at the garden state parkway. >> that's the closest i'll give you to my address. that's why i'm drinkingal cayal seltzer instead of coffee. >> you saw what happened, sarah huckabee sanders went to dinner in lexington, virginia at a restaurant called the red hen. the owner came up to her and asked if she would leave. she said okay. >> she was with seven other people, like a large group. >> the owner got a vote from the employees and they all voted together, saying they agreed she should be kicked out of the restaurant. so here's what she tweeted out about it. she said last night i was told by the owner of red hen in lexington, virginia, to leave because i worked for the president. i opolitely left.
her actions say more about her than about me. i always do my best to treat people including those i disagree with respectfully and i will continue to do so. so often on the show we talk about moments where she's attacked, most recently the white house correspondents dinner. she sat there and took it. president trump said he would have walked out. she takes it with class and she continues to get nailed by so many different people and that most recent incident on friday night still handling it with class. >> she is very graceful. there's no doubt. the owner of that restaurant, we'll hear her side here, stephanie wilkinson, the owner of the red hen, this is what she said about why she kicked the press secretary out of the restaurant. sarah huckabee sanders wasn't throwing food. she was just eating there. she said i explained that the restaurant has certain standards, such as honesty, cooperation and compassion. she said i would like to ask you to leave. i would have done the same thing
again, the red hen owner said. she said there are moments in time when people need to live their conviction. >> this was some dramatic moment in history for this restaurant owner. give me a break. conservatives need to be consistent when they said many times that if a bakery did not want to bake a cake for a gay wedding, they had that right. the supreme court affirmed that right. it's not about freedom. it's about class. it's about -- >> it's about decency. and we lost apparently all of that in this country at this point. if you are a trump supporter, we talked about yesterday about if you're a trump supporter, you're the problem. you put everyone in the same puckett. when you're -- bucket. when you're a press secretary, that's your job, you represent the administration. i guarantee every single press person that has worked for an an medicine strayings -- an administration doesn't agree with everything their boss says. that is her job. i think she's done a great job
with it. >> the business gets to do what they want. i agree, ed, if they don't want to serve somebody, they can do what they want. the left has gone and lost their mind. >> it's supposed to be about tolerance and freedom. >> she is seen as complacent. remember the saturday night live, ivanka trump? >> sure. >> she's being attacked daily by supporters. that goes into the private realm of a restaurant. it's because the left sees i.c.e. asthma sighs, they see -e i.c.e. as nazis. it's about leadership. when nancy pelosi and chuck schumer screams about resisting the president, it turns out that voters say how do i get in objeconthat. then sarah huckabee sanders walks into the restaurant and they say i'm not going to serve
you. people should be able to get along, even with different political views. >> being consistent, the same goes for those who are against president trump and the baker. how can you be for this? >> i looked up nancy pelosi, what she said about the cake shop in colorado, she said it's a commercial bakery, open to the public and such services clearly must be made available to the public on equal terms as determined by an independent review of the colorado court of appeals. freedom, equality. >> that's rich. >> cnn. they're talking about how we can't have discrimination in this country, we have to have freedom. everybody needs to be treated equally. unless you work for donald trump, there's a price to pay, she says. >> people have seen this president lie and lie and lie and lie time and again. they've seen him do outrageous, offensive things. sarah sanders has become the face of the administration.
some people are offended by the idea of baking a cake for a gay couple. some people find the idea of tearing children away from their families and lying about it morally offensive. you make choices in life. and there is a cost to being an accomplice to this cruel administration. >> i'm going to choose to keep trying to be a decent human being. you go to yelp on the restaurant and after yesterday, this is just a perfect example of where the country is right now, it has been bombarded with either a one star or five stars. no in between. >> i wonder where it's coming from. >> i go with michael jordan. when they wanted him to at the height of his fame endorse a democrat in a senate race in north carolina where he's from he basically said, no, i'm not going to endorse a democrat. he said no, republicans buy sneakers too. it's about freedom of business and say hey, you want to have a marketplace that's open to
everyone. that's what michael jordan said. he's a pretty smart businessman. this restaurant will have a divided restaurant like a divided country. >> let us know what you think. we are fired up about this this morning. firstname.lastname@example.org. do you thine it was th think --u think it was the right decision. the immigration story is not slowing down. tensions run high as protests take over the border. >> democrats visited a detention center for immigrant children as the trump administration reveals plans to reunite all the kids with their families. >> griff jenkins is live in mccoulcouldmccowen texas this m. griff, good morning. >> reporter: the temperature wasn't the only thing running hot. it was about 100 degrees here. about 200 protesters turned at the processing center, bussed in from by the league of united latin american citizens. at one point they tried to stop
a bus carrying illegal immigrants out front here and i got into it with one of the protesters. here's what happened. why are you stopping the bus? >> this is to make a point that they need to leave children alone. this is not the america we fought and died for. there's no reason to do this to the children. >> these people have their children in a bus like criminals. >> reporter: do you have a message for president trump? >> we're coming for him in 2020 and we're coming for his congress in 2018. >> reporter: earlier in the day, about 25 democratic lawmakers came down here. one of the questions i was asking them was where the outrage from you in 2014 when they erected the facility with the same standards. here's what anthony brown of maryland had to say. >> we took issue with president obama. where we're really taking issue with president trump is that he's treating everyone as a criminal and you've seen a spike in the separation between
children and families. >> reporter: here's the update on the reunification of families. dhs says about 500 have been reunited and they have a plan to reunite the other 2,000 and they have them in contact with each other while they do that process. that's what's going on here, guys. back to you. >> griff jenkins, thank you so much. >> thanks, griff. >> you mean the kids were not placed into ovens and baked? they're reunited with their families. the rhetoric actually matters. you call is a concentration camp. call it what it is. you reunite these kids peacefully with their parents who broke the law by going across the border, and you're an evil person? >> how much will the story be covered when they get reunited? >? we're starting with a fox news alert, two police officers ambushed in an overnight shootout. emergency personnel were called to a condominium near san diego
after reports of smoke. a gunman shot through a wall. one officer took a life-threatening gunshot to the chest. another was hit in the shoulder and is expected to be okay. the gunman is now dead. it's unclear if he died from police or shot himself. also this, the navy identifying a pilot killed in a plane crash during a training exercise. lieutenant christopher short was operating a light attack aircraft when it went down near new mexico's air force base. a second pilot suffered minor injuries. the incident is under investigation. the 32-year-old is survived by his wife and parents and a sister. a gop congressional candidate, katie aaronington is undergoing surgery of after a deadly car accident. a wrong-way driver died after slamming into her vehicle. her friend is also seriously
injured. she reassures the setback will not stop her campaign, saying, quote, two weeks and i whim be e right back at it. she recently beat mark sanford in the state's gop primary. we will get an update on his condition from henry mcmaster on the show this morning at florida's attorney general . -- the prompter changed on me. the mob mentality taking over the left, that's the sentence i didn't read at first, florida attorney general pam bondy now facing the left's mob mentality. listen. >> wh what would mr. rogers thik about you, taking away health insurance? shame on you. >> oh, man. that's just some of the harassment she faced at a movie theater. >> it goes on and on. >> plus, james comey now says he's so ashamed of america, he
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again in this country right now. >> well, the democrats have embraced the principles of the resistance movement. it's about a scorched earth, it's about hatred. it's about harassment. and that's who the democrats of today are, unnoterly. noter -- unfortunately. i find it ironic that those who preach the most tolerance are the least tolerant among us. it is absolutely stunning that somebody would do this, get up in her face with her family, i read there were seven people there that night. but sarah huckabee sanders, she was the consummate professional, she shouldn't have to do this. >> when the leaders preach resistance, the rank and file will follow it. you've been all over this issue of trying to get the truth from the doj and the fbi. mark meadows himself, the leader of the freedom caucus, has tweeted this yesterday, talking about whether or not there's actual compliance on this, jason. he said new reports of doj, fbi
compliance with document requests are not accurate. while they have turned over additional documents, the new documents represent a small percentage of what they he owe. the notion that doj, fbi have been forthcoming with congress is false. so as these committees try to get the truth, you've been there. you tried to rip the truth out of certain departments. why are they not getting it? >> mark meadows is exactly right here. you've heard this from devin nunes and trey gowdy and john ratcliffe. when i was in congress in 2016 i issued a subpoena for documents that still have not been produced to the united states congress. there is a constitutional duty. it is the checks and balances of our country. the deep states, they do not want to be exposed. they don't want to give over these documents. the trick they always say is oh, we've given thousands of this and thousands of that and as trey gowdy likes to say, until you have 100% of the documents,
you won't get 100% of the truth. on the heels of a 156 page report coming from the inspector general, just scorching the fbi and department of justice, they need to come clean. >> well, someone is wanting to run away from this country. james comey, who used to be a part of this mess, apparently he's so ashamed of america he thought about telling irish customs he was canadian. my wife and i were joking. we wanted to tell the people of the customs line coming here we were canadian and we were joking. it's funny because it reveals a truth. i'm ashamed. jason. >> you might want to check off with his parole officer first. it may come to that. listen, he is on the receiving end of the inspector general report, where he talks about insubordination. director comey said he didn't do sneaky stuff, said he didn't do leaking. well, he does do sneaky stuff and he does do leaking.
i think his legal problems are continuing to grow. the inspector general is looking at many of the things that are going on with the fisa abuse and the russia probe. a lot of questions for director comey at this point and it's sad, really, that he would say that about a country that i know he cares about and that he loves but truth and justice matter in this country. he can't just go it alone. >> no, he can't. canada would probably take him. he should apply for a asylum. >> saskatchewan is nice. he can go there. >> jason, good to see you this morning. >> appreciate it. you've seen this video, dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen heckled by the left at a restaurant. and look who says it's perfectly fine. >> it's wrong, what they're doing on so many fronts. these members of this cabinet who remain and try to defend him, they're not going to be able to go to a restaurant. >> maxine waters got no sympathy
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people casting their ballots in presidential and parrel me and y elections. meanwhile, protesters of the trump administration's immigration policies taking their message to kirstjen nielsen even when she's having private time. >> shame! shame! shame! shame! shame! shame! shame! >> that was at a washington restaurant. they went to her home in virginia. maxine waters says this is just the start. >> i have no sympathy for these people who know it's wrong, what they're doing on so many fronts. these members of his cabinet who remain and try to defend him, they're not going to be able to go to a restaurant. the people are going to turn on them, they're going to protest, they're going to absolutely
harass them until they decide that they're going to tell the president no, i can't hang with you. >> so is this basically the end of civility? here to debate, charlie hurt and jason nichols. welcome, good morning. >> good morning. >> jason, is you has your partyn up any sense of not just civility but h decency. >> i think everything starts at the top. our president has abandoned decency and civility on so many occasions. we know he called maxine waters a low i.q. individual. if the trump administration and particularly president trump has the right to hit back, so does she. >> pardon me, it's donald trump's fault that kirstjen nielsen is being harassed at restaurants. >> i think the trump policy is pretty callous. i think we need to get back to civility. i think the president needs to be a leader in that regard and
he needs to be more civil in his tweets and in his public statements. i think that would lead to more civility in public discourse. >> charlie, is it the president's fault? >> i think it's a stretch if you ask me. look at the situation on the border. when you look at the border, it's turned into an -- all it is a political protest using the most tr strident, despicable language, dragging children into this and turning them into props in order to push a political agenda and basically accusing people who are trying to enforce the law, accusing border patrol agents of being nazis. my goodness. have these people watched five minutes of history on their television sets? it's not the same. it's insane. that's what's setting the tone these days. >> jason, on that point, what is the deal with that? to compare the situation on the border to -- not even compare it
but to use the phrase concentration camps, millions of people were gassed and were killed. that is not what is happening with these kids, whether you like the policy or not. you'll admit, kids were not killed at the border. they were not in concentration camps, right? >> right. but they were separated from their families. >> why do people from your party say they were in concentration camps? you just admitted they were not. >> the comparison that i've seen is actually to japanese internment. we didn't kill people during the japanese internment but we certainly separated them from their families and it's a shameful part of our history. i think what people are saying is that this is wrong. the administration needs to act. and they need to think these policies through. i think the worst part about this family separation is that they didn't think about how they're going to reunite the families and we're seeing this kind of discord right now. people are fed up. people are angry. and so we're seeing the protests happen at the border. >> charlie, let me press you on a point. this was made earlier by jason, which is this notion the
president called maxine waters a low i.q. individual. why does he have to go there? >> you know, obviously sometimes he goes a little farther than a lot of us would like in terms of sparring with people. but my goodness, i mean, when you look at the things that maxine waters has said about him, it's pretty intense. but i also think that donald trump came into power in the most unusual way. he rode a way of enormous frustration. i would even say anger on the part of american voters who felt like -- who have been ignored for a he very long time by both parties. it's not just a democrat thing. it's republicans too in this town. they've beenic ford. ignored. he does ride a bit of a wave of deep frustration. sometimes he lets it slip. >> charlie, jason, appreciate the debate. >> good seeing you. seth rogen bragging about
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i turned around and paul ryan was walking towards me. i didn't know what to do. he came over and grabbed my hand and i'm shaking his hand, i don't know what to do. and he said can i have a picture with you. and i look over and his kids are standing right there, expecting it, clearly fans of mine and i said no way, man. and i couldn't stop. and i said furthermore, i hate what you're doing to the country at this moment and i count the days until you no longer have one ey iota of the power you currently have. >> the crowd goes wild. i guarantee paul ryan would have a different version of exactly how that story played out. usually that's how it goes, there's two sides to everything. we talked about this yesterday, we had our own thoughts about that, to which seth rogen, who you just heard that, had a response to us. >> yeah. i had no idea he was watching "fox & friends" or heard about it. >> thanks for watching. >> i had no idea he was so
prickly. he said oh, man now my t.o., which is time line, is filled with snow flakes who were offended by my free speech. >> you have every right to say it. we were offended by your stupid speech which was basically picking on the kids of paul ryan. that was the point. >> are you a snow flake? >> i would like to think i'm not. >> for people who don't know what a snow flake is, who are these people, basically a lot of the times millennials are described as snow flakes. >> easily offended cocoon dwellers who have always gotten a trophy. i like seth rogen. i like his movies. i want to like him. >> i didn't have a chance to see dumpster diving, for example. sounds amazing. >> i don't care if he likes me. really, i don't care. if i saw you in the airport, i
probably would try to take a picture with you. i just want to watch movies. >> when he said at one point that apparently these kids are like fans of mine, he's making millions of dollars from these movies, he's got fans that are kids and adults, and a couple kids, whether paul ryan's kids or something like this, he's mocking, he's like i'm not taking a photo because i hate their dad, just reach across the divide, shake his hand. >> the biggest problem for me was the crowd going wild there. is that done tr country we want? >> that's the country we are. >> stephen colbert -- >> not everybody. >> there are so many good people in the country that are so frustrated at the lack of decency that we're seeing time and time gone. that's just one other example of it. those good people, we need to sd up. >> what do you think?
was dumpster diving seth had ros greatest film? let us know what you think. >.i had to look it up, dumpster diving, great film. president trump it' hits the campaign trail, backing dean heller, his opponent is jackie rosen. he called her a new nickname while speaking at the gop convention. >> that's what they call her, whacky jackie. she wants to raise taxes. she's campaigning with elizabeth warren, sometimes referred to affectionately of course as pocahontas. >> sh elizabeth warren said he s attacking her with lies and petty insults.
north korea is replacing posters with messages of korean reunification. they stopped reporting anti-u.s. goodwill. this comes after the summit with kim jong un. this isn't very neighborly. leftists heck link pam bondy at a documentary on children's tv host, mr. rogers. >> what would mr. rogers think about you, taking away health insurance? shame on you! >> wow. the protesters upset over florida's decision to join a lawsuit against the affordable care act and bondy's stance on immigration. she had to be escorted from the tampa theater by police. unbelievable. those are your headlines. throwing it out now to rick. it's a beautiful day out. and it's officially summer. we can now celebrate. >> it's true. it feels like spring or fall, a little chilly. everybody across the eastern part of the country getting
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srchghts if you want a degree, you need to stopwatching so much -- stop watching so much tv. we've got to be more genuine, say i want everything that god has for my life and so god wants incredible things for your life. if you go all-in, god will go all out. >> why are the numbers continuing to go down? how do we as a society, as a country, fix that? how do we say more of us need to believe in something bigger than
ourselves? >> absolutely. it is. back in the '50s they won't imagine having little league and other things on sunday because church was that important. it seems like it's become more and a more casual and so we kind of aa preach church and -- approach church and god the way we want to approach it and the involvement we want and so life gets busy. things get busy. i get all that. i really do. but some point we have to stop and say okay, god, if you're a god that loves us, you're a god that wants the absolute best for our lives, god, we've got to go all-in. and that's what pastors -- i talk to a lot of pastors across the nation and that's one thing we struggle with. >> it's a great message. we have to go to break. thank you so much. it's time for the 'lowest prices of the season' with savings on the new sleep number 360 smart bed. it senses your every move and automatically adjusts on both sides to keep you effortlessly comfortable. and snoring....
our issue is strong borders, no crime. their issue is open borders, let ms-13 all over our country. >> the immigration story is not going down. tensions are running high as protests take over the border. >> why are you stopping the bus? >> there's no reason for them to do this to the children. these people have children in a bus like criminals. they haven't committed any crime. >> sarah huckabee sanders went to virginia in lexington, virginia at a restaurant called the red hen. apparently the owner came up to her and asked her if she would leave. >> there is a cost to being an accomplice to this cruel, deceitful administration. >> political debate has turned
into political harassment and political abuse. >> james comey now says he's so ashamed of america he thought about posing as a canadian and canada would probably take him. he should apply. >> saskatchewan is nice. he could go there. [ laughter ] ♪ that last bit is because james comey was traveling to ireland. he said he didn't want to admit he was an american. he would prefer to pre ten prete was canadian. >> he said he was ashamed. >> ashamed of america. >> was he ashamed of what he did at fbi director. >> no one's you ashamed. >> i bet canada has an fbi equivalent. he could run it. >> call your friend justin. >> justin in canada. you have a new candidate to run the fbi in canada. his name is jim from canada. >> good morning to all of you. happy sunday morning.
>> #comeytocanada. >> why not. >> gofundme, the next gofundme page, if we started it, in 10 minutes -- >> hillary clinton might be interested too. >> sarah sanders, she has enough on her hands. >> she is fighting every day at that podium. >> that's what we're starting with this this morning. on friday night she went to a restaurant with seven people, just a nice dinner out with family, friends. she has a very demanding job. a restaurant called the red hen. she was asked by the owner during her dinner to leave the restaurant. apparently she got a vote from the employees and they all agreed -- >> they took a vote. >> here's what sarah sanders tweeted about it. she said last night i was told by the owner of red hen to leave because i work for potus and i politely left. her actions say far more about her than about me. i always do my best to treat people including those i
disagree with respectfully and will continue to do so. >> the owner of the red hen in lexington, virginia, as you can see, it's a small farm to table establishment, stephanie wilkinson had this -- >> he says dismissively. >> i prefer mcdonald's. >> $28 for a pan-seared pork chop. >> is that what it is? >> very fan civil this is what -- very fancy. >> this is what she had to say. she explained that the restaurant had certain standards that i feel it has to uphold such as honesty, compassion and cooperation. she said i would like to ask you to leave. absolutely, yes, i would have done the same thing again, the red hen owner said. she said there are moments in time when people need to live their convictions. >> she said that to the washington post. i can guarantee this woman will be out and about in the media and a lot of people probably agree with what she did there. >> there was a time in america when standards for a restaurant
had to do with the food and the service, not taking a stand against the president. in lexington virginia, they have a facebook page. they said shame on the owner of the red hen restaurant. how dare you embarrass our town and give lexington a bad reputation. they add on the facebook page, mr. president trump and secretary sarah sanders, we sin sincerely apologize for the poor behavior. i mentioned last hour we were talking about comparisons to baking a cake for a gay wedding and viewers are pointing out that the bakery, and i checked it out, the head of that bakery has said he didn't discriminate against gay people and not serve them. he said come in, buy a cake, but i don't want to design a gay wedding on the top. just as he claimed i didn't want to design someone wanted a divorce case, he was against divorce, someone wanted to do an anti-america cake and he felt i don't want to do something
that's anti-america but i'll serve you. i won't say get out of my bakery. there is a difference there. the restaurant is saying you work for president trump, get out. we will not serve you. >> either way, it's a private company. you're able to do what you want to do. the question is, is that the decent thing to do, is that how you want to handle the situation. i would have loved for the owner to sit across the table from sarah sanders, get to know her, say why do you feel the way you do? i know sarah huckabee sanders, she's a kind woman, a mother of three. as you've seen, she's a strong woman, has continued to get attacked time and time again. she's got thoughts of her own. her job is representing the administration. like all of us, you don't agree with everybody on every single thing they do and say. she is her own person. >.>> of course she's her own person. when you defend the administration, you are the administration. it is what it is. you make a great point. the folks that won't go to the white house when they win the
championship, you can't have a conversation with a guy you won't talk to. when you sit on th sidelines, saying walk out, the owner apparently pulled sarah huckabee sanders aside and said you have to leave and she did. you can pull her aside and say can i have five minutes of your time, i'm not a big fan of the add medicin-- of the administran you walk me through why you feel this way. when the leaders of the left are screaming resist, as the next clip will show, the rank and file start to think it's their job. >> it becomes a mob mentality. maxine waters, the congresswoman from california made a lot of money when she's been in office, wonder how that happened -- >> she could afford that pork chop. >> she basically says impeach 45. she's saying look out trump, officials, if you want to go to a department store, we'll prevent that too. watch. >> i have no sympathy for these
people who know it's wrong, what they're doing, on so many fronts. these members of his cabinet who remain and try to defend him, they're not going to be able to go to a restaurant, the people are going to turn on them. they're going to protest. they're going to absolutely harass them until they decide that they're going to tell the president no, i can't hang with you. >> at least she's telling the truth. she's saying we want to harass people. maxine waters, as an african american leader in this country, is saying we want to harass people. that that's one of her roles, is that we want to harass people. what are you talking about? you're pro harassment? it's absurd. >> do they hear the words coming out of their mouth. >> they do. i think they're proud of those words. there are some people in the country who demonize people who are remotely associated with president trump. not just people on the administration but people that voted for president trump. we heard that a couple days ago.
here kirstjen nielsen who was trying to have dinner at a mexican restaurant a couple nights ago and couldn't enjoy it and had to leave. >> the owner there was okay with that as well. if i believe in building the wall, then i can't eat chipolte? it's unbelievable. everything has been mixed up and become political. let's have debates and discussions. where's the grace? are you going to harass sarah huckabee sanders if she goes to her kid's football game? >> this is one that was very public and one she tweeted about. i can guarantee she goes places all the time where things are said to her, things are said to your family and sheehan tells it every time -- she handles it every time with class. the country is filled with amazing people that want decency in our country. >> if you were a tea party member when you weren't happy
with what obama was doing, were you harassing people in their businesses and outside their homes and screaming at them? no, you protested peacefully and picked up your trash after that. griff jenkins is on the border for us. tensions have been running high as protests take over the border. >> democrats visit a detention center for i'm grant children as the trump administration reveals plans to reunite the kids with their families. >> griff jenkins is with us this morning. griff, it got fiery yesterday. >> reporter: it did. it got out of control, guys. good morning. there were about 200 protesters bussed in from san antonio, dallas, houston and austin. they're with the loulac organization. at one point the protesters here in front of the processing center surrounded a bus. one protester tried to stop the bus with his bare hands. take a listen to what happened. >> why are you stopping the bus?
>> this is to make a point that they need to leave children alone. this is not the america that we fought for and died for. my community has fought. there's no reason for them to do this to the children. >> these people have children in a bus like criminals. they haven't committed any crimes. >> do you have a message for president trump? >> we're coming for him in 2020 and we're coming for his congress in 2018. >> reporter: earlier in the day there were about 25 democratic lawmakers, a delegation came down here, toured the facility, came out, told us what they thought. one of them had a message for president trump. >> stop the chaos. just get reasonable policy, let us all as members of congress be a part of it. stop telling congress not to pass concrete immigration reform. we can fix this system. >> reporter: now, as far as the family reunification goes, the dhs says they've reunited 500 families and have a plan in place to reunite the remaining 2,000.
in talking to the border patrol agents off dashcam ray, they will -- off-camera, they say this has taken away resources from doing enforcement on the border. back to you. >> thank you, griff. a lot going on this morning. i want to bring you other headlines. we begin with a fox news alert. two police officers ambushed in an overnight shootout. emergency personnel were called to a condominium near san diego for reports of smoke. a gunma gunman shot at authorits through a wall. one officer took a life-threatening gunshot to the chest while the other was hit in the shoulder and is expected to be okay. the gunman is now dead but it's unclear if he died from police or shot himself. and the doj says it has turned over new classified documents related to the russia investigation. congressman mark meadows tweeting, quote, new reports of doj, fbi compliance with document requests are not accurate. while they have turned over
additional documents, the new documents represent a small percentage of what they owe. the notion that doj fbi have been forth coming with congress is false. house leaders threatened to hold justice officials in contempt of congress or even impeach them if they do not cooperate. a historic win for women's rights overseas saudi arabia lifting the world's only ban on female drivers today. the government allows women to get behind the wheel after decades of protests. they will no longer have to rely on public transportation or hire male drivers. that is a very big move. >> major. >> about time, how about that. congressional candidate kate at thikatie harrington was fatay injured in a cash crash. she is set to undergo surgery this morning. henry mcmaster is here to react and give us an update next. turns out millennials are among the worst tippers.
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congressional candidate and state rep katie harrington was seriously injured in a deadly car accident in south carolina. she is scheduled to undergo another surgical procedure this morning. >> all of those affected by this accident, know that you're in our prayers for a swift recovery. katie, we look forward to seeing you back on the campaign trail
real soon. god bless. >> that was vice president pence yesterday at a rally with south carolina governor henry mcmaster who joins us now live. good morning, governor. >> good morning, sir. >> we appreciate you joining us. we'll get to politics in a moment. we want to start with this story breaking overnight. can you tell us about katie harrington? looks like they're working on your hair there. you look just fine. >> i need help. >> you look just fine, governor. maybe they didn't know we were live. it happens on tv occasionally. but let's talk about -- go ahead. i'm sorry. >> she's undergoing surgery as i understand it this morning. she was hurt in a two-car accident. there was a car coming the wrong way on the highway at night friday night. i've spoken to her husband, rob and her opponent su suspended hs campaign. we're pulling for her. she's a real fighter. she'll be a fighter in congress
for the people of sought south carolina. we know she will pull through and do great work for south carolina and for the country. >> the office put out a tweet that she remains in critical but stable condition, scheduled to undergo another surgical procedure tomorrow morning. she remains humbled, encouraged and moved by the outpouring of support and prayers being offered from across the country. you can see the hash tag, pray for katie. she had beaten mark sanford in the republican party. as we set the stage for your race on tuesday, what are you urging for republicans to do, not just in the wake of katie's unfortunate accident but in for republicans in the party trying to come together. >> we're not as divided as we seem to be nationally. south carolina is on the move. we are having great economic growth, just since i've been in office. i've announced $6 billion in new capital investment and almost
21,000 new jobs. part of that of course is part of what the president is doing. we're doing the same thing here and having the kind of growth he's having all over the country. it's quite remarkable. but that sort of spirit, that kind of happiness and hope and that kind of growth is very exciting and of course we want -- back to your question, we want people to pray for katie. we want people to look to the future and understand that we have a very bright future. the president has changed everything. his presence, what he's doing, he's keeping his promises and is making a difference for the people of our state, for the country and for the world. >> let's talk about that. what's happening is on tuesday you have a runoff against john warren. neither of you had gotten 50% in the recent primary. the president's rallying behind you. he will be there on monday, vice president pence was there yesterday. talk about the partnership. the president is facing criticism from all sides right now. what are you seeing on the grounds in terms of the promises
he's kept, what kind of impact that's having on your state? >> he has done everything he said he was going to do. you can tick them off, one, two, three, with the cutting taxes, making america great again, but in south carolina he's very popular. there's very little criticism of him here because we know he's doing what he said he was going to do and he's doing the things that we want him to do. we love him and the people are thrilled that he's coming. we're thrilled to see vice president pence. the president has been here before. he's campaigned here. i campaigned all over south carolina. he is the greatest. he's making america great again. and we're doing the same thing in south carolina. >> governor, appreciate you coming on. you've got a great head of hair as well. i don't know why the hair and makeup team felt like they had to do extra work on you. but good luck on tuesday. >> thank you very much. the political divide in our country reaching new lows. sarah sanders kicked out of a restaurant because she works for the president and seth rogen
bragging about his encounter with paul ryan. >> paul ryan was walking towards me and said can i have a picture with you and i said no way, man. >> i said no way, man. is there any way, man, to take back civility? our political panel is going to weigh in, man, next. and now for the rings. (♪) i'm a four-year-old ring bearer with a bad habit of swallowing stuff. still won't eat my broccoli, though. and if you don't have the right overage, you could be paying for that pricey love band yourself. so get an allstate agent, and be better protected from mayhem. like me. can a ring bearer get a snack around here?
new child. this comes after wrapping on their final season of their hit show. number one, this is how high this english bulldog ranked at the world's ugliest dog contest. this 9-year-old won with the judge's votes with his tongue that almost dragged on the floor. this shows all animals deserve a loving home and there's no such thing as an ugly dog. >> that's a pretty ugly dog. i have to agree. the political divide in our country reaching new lows. sarah sanders kicked out of a restaurant friday night, just for working for president trump. while actor seth rogen refuses to take a photo with former speaker paul ryan and berates him in front of his children. is there any way to reverse the personal attacks and get back to disagreeing respectfully? let's ask our panel, founder of the flip side dot i.o., anapi
wyhead and emily compagno. >> got it. >> thanks for being here. emily, i'll start with you. this public confrontations of people in front of their kids, in restaurants, is this what the resistance has come to? >> it seems like it is. what's so troubling to us is that it's so hypocrite calical r the reasons that the left says the right is so repulsive, which is exactly what they're demonstrating. what saddens me is the platforms that -- and the opportunity that those people refuse to take, what it does is it does a disservice. seth rogen could have used a platform to say speaker ryan i would love to discuss more about alzheimers and take a photo together and say at least this we can agree on. instead, it's a lost opportunity to engage and discuss and,
again, further what should be respectful discourse. >> how muc how much falls on leg leadership. they scream impeach 45. then you see rank and file folks who own restaurants mirroring that conduct. >> when you disagree with someone on the left, it's instant discommunication. they are dehumanizing people who are republicans. there was a controversy about the border, difference of opinion. republicans weren't just wrong because they had a bad policy. they were compared to nazis and terrorists. it shouldn't be s o a surprise n we see business others discriminating. >> you say there's a bit of a difference between what happened with seth rogen and what happened with sarah sanders. why? >> seth rogen did not behave in way we would hope.
we have seth rogen who is exercising his freedom of expression or not to in this case, as we all a know, a single photo can generate a thousand op eds. if he didn't want to be seen endorsing paul ryan, i think that's different from a business refusing service to a group of people because political beliefs. that to me is a slippery slope. >> is this something liberals have seen from conservatives or are they seeing it now because they hate trump so much, they will do anything they can at any level? >> there is an outrage machine on both sides. i think we are getting closer and closer every day to the brink. i think unfortunately the lesson many people took from the 2016 election on the left is that half the country is some disshow narrow minded or bigoted. we don't always have to go to the negative. instead, we should say here's why we think we are right.
>> they are blinded by hatred. imagine if you said this, you would be ashamed of yourself. your family would be ashamed of your c this is the level which it has come to. you can't just like president trump or think he's doing a good job. you are evil, you are wrong with you support him. >> thankfully, not many people watch morning joe. emily, kristen nielsen, at a restaurant, screamed at outside of her home, protesters going at her. here's a picture of what happened to her at a mexican restaurant. everyone's pointing out the so-called irony that how suddend she be at a mexican restaurant with the policy that's are at the border. shouldn't we be able to separate the private opportunity for people to have a meal and the policies they are pursuing? >> you would think so. i think the perspective has been reduced to such a single dimensional viewpoint.
saudi arabia just lifted their ban on women drivers on friday. now we have the media dissecting the further lady's jacket. these issues have been reduced to a single photograph or single sound bite. there's so much more complex and nuanced -- the engagement would foster a benefit to everyone. every issue has so much more to it. instead it's reduced to yelling shame at a restaurant. i point out that a lot of the he protests have been directed toward female gop participants and electioned officials. >> very interesting point. would the same conduct ever be tolerated against female members of the obama administration or obama himself. i think the question answers itself. thank you very much for this very nuanced, thoughtful discussion. the insanity continues. amazon employees compare i.c.e. contracts to working for hitler. their absurd explanation is coming up.
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>> [ laughter ] >> fair bounce? you decide. we have another story. amazon, you know, of amazon, you order things from them, they're a massive company, well, their employees have gotten together because amazon has some government contracts. they work with contractors in the defense department as well as it turns out i.c.e. >> which means the trump administration. >> trump, exactly. so over 100 employees at amazon got together and wrote a letter and sent it to the ceo, jeff bezos. this what is the employees of amazon wrote. some of them. as eticly concerned employees, we demand a choice in what we build and a say in how it is used. we learn from history and we understand how ibm system were employed in the 1940s to help hitler. ibm did not take responsibility then and by the time their role was understood it was too late. we will not let that happen again. the time to act is now. in the break i said it.
i feel like i can't go one segment without mentioning hitler on the nazis. >> that's how we learned in the past. whenever you use that word or compare it to anything, it's a bad place to be. >> it is. people have gone right there. and so basically you're doing business with the u.s. government at all, you're complacent as you said earlier about the restaurant, in the trump administration's policies and by extension you're a nazi. they make that leap. it's absurd. >> i feel for the border patrol, people that are on the border and people that work at i.c.e. that are trying to -- it's a very, very complicated situation, as we all know, on that border. they're doing their job. they're there to serve the country. >> they're doing it in sanctuary cities where local authorities won't cooperate with them, even with violent criminals. these guys are going in an doing the tough job made more difficult for them every day and then they're compared to nazi and hitler. you can't even have a discussion with folks now. once you tell me i'm racist or a nazi, how do we talk?
>> the conversation is done. >> that's what we talked about on the show yesterday, we can't even have conversations anymore. >> we can. >> we can. we can. >> think about all these employees who signed this letter. they read what it said, presumably, before they signed it and they still sent it. >> i would hope you read it, before you send it to the ceo of the company you work for, i hope yohopeyou edit it before they s. it's a. new details reveal a woman begged her boyfriend to call off a youtube prank just moments before the deadly stunt. mona lisa perez tried to get out of shooting him in the chest but pedro lewis said a book in front of his chest with save him. we are seeing the chilling video before his death. watch this. >> i'm pretty much ready to go
to heaven right now. he probably won't accept me into the pearly gates because of how stupid this is. but i have confidence that my girlfriend will hit the book and not me. >> oh, my goodness. perez was won stricted of -- convicted of manslaughter and agreed to serve 180 days in jail. president trump hits the campaign trail, backing dean heller. his opponent is jackie rosen, the president doning her with a new nickname while speaking at the state's gop convention yesterday. >> that's what they call her, whacky jackie. that's what you want for your sisenator? shshe wants to raise taxes. >> rosen saying the president is attacking me with lies and petty insults because i'm not afraid
to stand up to him. a highway named for a confederate leader is renamed the jefferson davis highway, will soon become the richmond highway. this comes as part of a national push to rename and take down monuments and tributes recognizing confederate leaders. the move goes into effect january 1st. >> i heard the best way to learn - tipping people in the service industry could soon be a thing of the past. >> keep the change, you filthy animal. >> one of my favorite movies. a new study saying millennials are among the worst tippers. some restaurants are looking to remove the tipping custom, paying a flat base salary instead. that's according to the new york post. the report says this could stop tipping all together. are you good tippers? >> i try to be. >> it's a very american
convention and a big sign of generosity. if you give me good service you deserve a lot, not a little extra, a lot extra. >> what if they don't do a good job? >> have you guys been waiters? >> no. >> we worked at a diner. >> i worked at the gap. >> if you've been a waiter, which i was for a long time, you become a better tipper. are you guys good tippers? >> very good tipper. >> would you like for tips to go away? >> no. >> you want to keep tips as part of the -- >> yes, i do. i think it's great. >> there you go. that's a definitive answer. thank you. let's talk about the weather. here's the map as you wake up this morning. severe weather today across areas of the central plains, tornado alley, the darkest orange spot there is where we could see tornadoes later on today, oklahoma city, week ward and guyman, stretching towards norfolk, nebraska. of thparts of the northeast,
scattered showers. northern plains, severe weather and showers. you get the idea, guys, a lot of storms out there for pretty much everybody. >> thank you, rick. >> the best tipper in the world, sean hannity. no joke. when we were in singapore he took the entire team out every day, he tipped everybody 30, 40% every day. our next guest is living proof the american dream is still alive and well. an immigrant from argentina joins us live to share the story of how his family came to the u.s. legally.
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when he was 6 years old. here now, louis ramirez, ceo of the marketplace. lucas, it's great to have you with us this morning. >> it's great to be here. >> so timely, as this country continues to debate immigration and how we move forward. tell us your story. your came over at 6 years old. how did you family do it? why did they want to be here? >> yeah, so it was really hard decision for my parents because we had a family of six and we were really, really poor. it was a family of six, living on about an income of $25,000 a year. i remember being a child and have these memories of driving in the car and my mom telling me to lift my legs when we would drive over puddles because water would come under the car through the rust and so overcoming challenges like that to create a new frontier for our family was
a vision that my parents had. but moving to this country was one of the greatest gifts that they could have given me because the opportunities that have opened up have just been wonderful. and so i'm blessed to have received so much and now give back through my role at the gathering place and raising up the next generation of leaders. >> you guys did it legally. what was that process like? in you book you talk about it takes time. you had to wait for it. >> yeah. so i was 6 years old. i was along for the ride. and my parents, they could have done it a little bit faster as i'm told the story, the three-month process to do paperwork. they chose a little bit of a longer route and i remember waiting as a kid, the anticipation. we waited two and-a-half years to come and they did it that way to keep the family together and all come and we came to philly
and call philadelphia home for many, many years. >> that is a great place to start. that's where i was born as well. what's your message for people coming over the border that aren't necessarily going through the proper channels. who knows all situations and conditions are very different, do you have a message this morning about how they should be thinking about it? >> all i can say is my story and i'm so thankful for my parents. in just sharing with you now, i'm not sure if i've ever said that to my parents. actually, mom and dad, if you're watching, i want to thank you so much for bringing us here because it's been an unbelievable gift and all i can say to them is that my parents had a vision that they executed and brought us together in a powerful way, in a way that leveraged the true power of this
country. and that's a really cool story. >> it's people like you that make the country so great. you come here, you're proud to be here, you want to be here and you want to make this country a better place. >> yeah. and it's a complicated issue. i have a lot of compassion for everybody involved, from the families to law enforcement to policy makers. it is complicated. through this book, i'm wanting to be a voice for unity, that we so desperately need to find the solutions to the issues. so often we just say in our echo claim -- stay in our echo chambers. the solution is within reach. until we can come together across diverse perspectives, then we will find the solutions that we're so desperatelying for. >> it's a -- desperately longing for. >> the book is designed for more, it's one that everyone should pick up and read to get a better understanding of your life and things we can do
better. >> yes, indeed. >> thank you so much. coming up on the show, sarah sanders kicked out of a restaurant just because she's works for the president. anna navarro said she should expect to be treated like that. >> there is a cost to being an accomplice to this cruel administration. >> is there an end to the mob mentality against the trump administration, is there an end in sight? it's time to fire up the grill. if you're looking for a new one before the 4th of july, we've got you covered. how to pick the best one. we will help you out, coming up soon. ♪ ♪ ♪ i love you baby applebee's 2 for $20, now with steak.
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♪ >> our issue is strong borders, no crime. their issue is open borders, let ms-13 all over our country. >> this is one of the highest protests over border -- >> why are you stopping the bus? >> these people are treating children in the bus like criminals. they haven't committed any crimes! >> seir sarah in lexington, virginia, at a restaurant called the red hen, apparently the owner came up and asked her if she would leave. >> the cost to being an accomplice to this cruel, deceitful administration. >> g.o.p. congressional candidate katie arrington is under going surgery today after a deadly car accident.
the south carolina congresswoman is in critical but stable condition. >> katie is a -- she's a real fighter, and so that he will be a fighter in congress for the people of south carolina, and we've got our fingers crossed, but we know she's going to pull through. >> disgraced former f.b.i. director james comey now says he's so ashamed of america, he thought about posing as a canadian. >> canada would probably take him. he should apply. >> saskatchewan is nice. he could go there. ♪ you can't shame me ed: do you think canada could hold justin and james? abby: at the same time? pete: justin from canada and james from canada. ed: i can't, james comey. pete: i don't know. he could either go there legally or sneak over the border. abby: you remember all those celebrities that spoke during the campaign saying if trump were going to win they would move to canada?
ed: a, they didn't do it it, and b, they're here just whining and resisting. pete: they never went. for some context, he was trying to go to -- james comey was trying to go to ireland or something. ed: going through customs. pete: going through customs and he said "i really wish i could pretend had i canadian. i'm so ashamed and embarrassed of my country." >>there are a lot of people ashamed and embarrassed about his actions when he was head of the f.b.i. on both sides of the aisle. ed: we've got a big story on immigrat.on abby: big two hours still to go. it is getting heated at the border and continues to be as democrats visit a detention center for child.en pete: protests this weekend over the separation of immigrant children temporarily and their families. ed: and where there's controversy, that's where we find griff jenkins. after going toe to toe with some of the demonstrators. good morning, griff. >> good morning, guys. things got out of hand here at the -- protests from the league
of united american citizens, bused in from dallas, austin, san antonio, and houston, at one point a bus carrying illegal immigrants was departing going to another detention center. the protesters surrounded it. a mjlée ensued and one of the protesters tried to physically stop the bus himself. he encountered him. here's what happened. take a look. reporter: why are you stopping the bus? >> this is to make a point that they need to leave children alone. this is not the american that we fought for and died for. my community as fought. there's no reason for them to do this to these children. these people have these children in a bus like criminals! they haven't committed any crim. reporter: do you have a message for trump? ed: we're coming for him in 2020 and we're coming for his congress in 2018! reporter: now, earlier in the day about 25 democrat lawmakers from d.c. came down, went in, toured the facility, came out, said they found inhumane conditions, but it's interesting i asked many of them about the fact that this was built in 2014 under president obama, the same
standards in play. but if i could just go back to this protest, something we're learning just this morning, guys and that is that one of the agents inside here when that bus was moving, when the mjlée was going on, was trying to control the crowd, was trying to ensure that he also did not step on a smaller little old lady, and he broke his ankle. his ankle is broken this morning morning. that as these protesters were shouting "shame, shame," shame on these border agents just carrying out their law to the standards that were set under president obama and now under president trump. guys? pete: griff. so you were down there, you said these protesters were bused in. are there more plans for more protests, or is this a one-time shot? reporter: so lulac says they're going to come back at some point in the next week or so. not sure exactly when. we're not expecting any protesters, but i can tell you that an agent for the actress rachel evan wood says that she's going to make an appearance today.
we'll see if she shows up. make hollywood is now going to start coming down. abby: griff, were any of these buses sent with democrats, and as you said some of the hollywood elite during the back home obama years because they were faced with a number of the same challenges there at the border or are we just seeing this now for the first time? reporter: you you broke up just a touch, but, no, we didn't see any of the outrage back in 2014. one point that's lost in all this is that when you are picked up illegally crossing in the field, you are brought here, or if you come and are apprehended, claiming asylum. everybody comes to the processing center held for no more than 72 hours. then they go their separate way. and for a time we're separated. now obviously the executive order's in place trying to keep families together, and the d.h.s. i should add to the reporting this morning, the d.h.s. says they've reunited about 500 families and they have plans to reunite the additional 2,000. but talking to agents off camera they say that this family re
reunification has unbelievably strained their resources to be on that border enforcing the job they're supposed to do. guys? abby: great job out there, griff griff. it's important to point out that this has been going on for some time, and often the blame goes directly to president trump. take the separating the families out of this for a second and talk about where we are with the border and the challenges that we face with immigration. this has gone back for a very, very long time. and so right now you're seeing a lot of the blame even put on the men and the women that are working so hard on the border, many of them we've had on this show to give us a better sense of what they are doing. they are just doing their job, what they are told to do. it is not an easy one. president trump is doubling down on that saying we need to be grateful for the work they are doing on the border. he spoke about that yesterday and then pushed becky on democrats, saying they aren't willing to come to the table. they aren't willing to negotiate with us on figuring out how to move forward on immigration. he calls them obstructionists as he often does.
here's what he said yesterday. pete: our people are actually doing a very good job handling a very difficult situation. but this is a problem that should have been solved years ago. we're working very hard. we need more republicans because the democrats are obstruction obstructionists. our issue is strong borders, no crime. their issue is open borders, let ms-13 all over our country. immigration? it's the democrats' false. we won't get one vote. remember their word: resist. "resist" is their word. do you remember what our word is is? "approve," get it done. by the way, we went people to come in to our country, but we want it through merit. we need people to come in but they have to be people that love our coun.ry abby: i would say it's everyone everyone's fault. democrats, sure, but republicans as well. ed: barack obama, when he came to office 2008, 2009 promised after election he would get
comprehensive immigration reform by the end of his first year in office, 2009 pepped a democratic house, democratic senate, did not get it done. fast forward, we got to put pressure on president trump. he gives the speech in in evidence, says something's got to get it done, strengthening the border, you know what? republicans in the house, they're supposed to have another vote this week. it's on them to get something done. pete: i can't point the blame at both sides. you've got one person and one party that truly wants to secure the border. this western ran on a wall. its a wall. he wants it funded fully. ed: you're wrong about one party party. republicans run the house. pete: -- ever vote for the wall -- ed: republicans run the house. pete: but you know you need 60 votes in the senate, ed, and there's going to be a vote this week. ed: they're not getting it through the house. that's my point. then you can blame it on chuck schumer it if it gets to the senate and he kills it. pete: they might not get it out of the house. abby: the president asked them, he gave them until march.
we are almost in july. pete: of course. this is on the plate of congress no doubt. no doubt. but you can't disparage the commitment of this president to the border. ed: it's his own party, is the manuscript, is not following thro.gh pete: it's his own party on the margins, the resistance on the left. is they hate the wall so much they'll never give him an inch. they want all these daca recipients. he gave them more than they ever asked for. they still won't even come to the table. they won't come to the table. the resistance we've seen on another topic is such a fever fitch, they won't even let trump supporters eat at restaurants. abby: i think the democrats feel like they've got the popular support, as they often do. pete: they think that. they really do. so they want ms-13 to be able to come to our country unfettered and they've got the populist perspective? abby: i think from what happened last week they feel that they won that narrative, you have these terrible images of these families being separated and in their mind they're probably say, "hey, we win on this. why are we going to work with republicans when this shows --
ed: democrats want to win the narrative. how about actually securing the border? when are we going to say, hey, it's a victory that we secure the border, that we actually got immigration reform, that we're actually putting merit into this -- abby: it's not about policy. it's about who wins in the country -- pete: we talked about resistance that is happening in the halls of congress but it's also happening in a farm-to-table restaurant in lexington, virginia. ed: 28% pork chop. pete: seir sarah went with her family and friends on frin this just to have a private, clive dinner. ed: it says "love is the only force," by the way, at the front door at the red hen. it talks about love. then they kick out s.ir abby: she doubled down on that -- the owner doubled down on that in her expense. ed: "love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy enemy." hashtag hypocrisy. that is amaz.ng abby: to my point earlier, then why not if you're the porn sit across the table from sarah sanders, if you want to -- ed: you're all about love and you kick her out.
abby: here's what seir tweeted yesterday about it. she said last night i was told by the other than of red hen in lexington, virginia, to leave because i work for potus and i politely left. her actions say far more about her than about me. i always do my best to treat people including those i disagree with respectfully and will continue to do so." this is not the first time that seir has been sarah sanders has been pushed by somebody. remember the white house correspondents' dinner, she always handles it with class. she didn't get up and leave the dinner. she sat there and took it. pete: this decorum is typical of the leadership of the left. when you scream impeach 45, that trump is hitler, no wonder regular folks in regular places decide to have their resist moment, and that's what you saw. ed: by the way, we checked. there's a law on the books in virginia where you cannot discriminate in public accommodations, but it does not cover political affiliation. it covers marital stats, color, religion, all those important distinctions. so interesting, though, discrimination by party affiliation is f.ne
abby: so you go on yelp at the red hen now after yesterday because that's where you go to see ratings on restaurants and things you want to go to and now you can either see a one star or five star. there's no in between. ed: like our country you. pretty soon the red hen will be called the blue .en pete: it's troupe approximate it shouldn't be the red hen. will you be going there? will you continue venezuela? abby: email@example.com. pete: elam us. democrats move on amping up the rhetoric as they tour detention centers on the southern border. >> is, for all intents and purposes, a prison. they're cages. pete: but what are the conditions of these centers really like? we're going to get the real story from vp of the national border patrol council coming up next. ed: pool season is here. we've got tips on how to keep your kids safe. we've been talking about the fun part, but it's really, really important to make sure your the kids are safe in the water. we have a tip to make sure that they're safe.
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pete: welcome back. democratic lawmakers visiting a holding center for immigrant children saturday and heating up as if they can, their rhetoric even more on the issue. >> border patrol and all of the agents are doing their job. but they are a criminal law enforcement agency. they have treated some of these children and families as you would treat a criminal. it is, for all intents and purposes, a prison. they're cages.
abby: but what are the conditions of these centers really like? here positive-to-respond the vice president for the national border patrol council and border patrol agent chris cabrera. chris, great to have you you on this morning. >> good morn.ng abby: i know you've got your handsful, and there is a lot of false narratives out there, and it's so important to get your perspective. you heard it there from that democratic lawmaker saying that you work for a criminal agency, and these children, they are being treated like criminals. help us better understand what you're saying. >> you know, i think nothing could be farther from the truth. i think it's disgusting what she's saying. and she's been in office for a while. i know she was here in 2014 as far as being a representative, and i don't recall her having a problem then. all of a sudden now it's an issue. and if she honestly believes this is a prison, then i think she's more detached from the american people than we previously thought. pete: chris, give us the ground truth. you know these guys inside these facilities, doing the best they
can in tough situations. i'm sure you see them as opposite of criminals. how are they doing? >> you know, our agents are really good people. they're members of this community, do a lot of volunteer work. and for somebody to come in and just bash them like that for their own political gain, that's terrible. pete: are children treated differently? what do you do to accommodate younger kids when you have them in your care? >> we always -- obviously you handle them like they're children. you know, we make sure that they're comfortable. we try and entertain them the best we can. they have a good space out there to run around inside the building and play. they have access to showers, obviously restroom facilities, snacks. they have cartoons on 24042 hours -- not 24 hours a day, but whenever they want to watch. so they're treated rather well. at the end of the day it is a holding facility, but they're treated -- i mean, it's -- as far as what you're -- in a situation like this it's the best you can get.
abby: for agents on the border, something that you do every day, what is the biggest challenge that you face right now? >> right now, you know, i think the biggest thing we're having, you know, it's always been a manpower issue. and with so many of our agents having to come in and not just deal with the processing but now having to deal with security from protesters and then having to deal with some of these celebrities, you know, pumping up the public and, you know, calling our agents nazis and demons. i mean, it's just ridiculous. it's just something we shouldn't have to deal with. we got enough on our plate try to make sure that everything's taken care of and people are safe that are in our care. and now we're getting bashed from, you know, certain members of the public. pete: briefly, do you have concerns about that rhetoric and what could happen to officers because of it? >> i do. i do. it's a very real concern. you know, ever since i've been a border patrol agent, we've received threats from, you know, criminal types, cartel types, stuff like that. and it's just part of the job. but to take it from american
citizens. and we've had people out there videotaping our agents when they leave the station. we have agents that have been followed in their vehicles, guys that have been heckled and harassed inside of restaurants or gas stations. and it's just a matter of time before one of these nut jobs tries to take action. and at that point, you know, unfortunately somebody will get hurt. and then hopefully people will wake up and realize this is not proper behav.or abby: chris cabrera, just doing your job out there. thank you for providing your perspective. >> thank you. pete: msnbc's donnie deutsch attacking trump supporters. >> you vote for trump, then you, the voter, you, not donald trump are standing at the border like nazis going, "you here, you here here." >>wow. but will this rhetoric, will it help or hurt the democrats in the midterms? we are going to debate next. ♪ do you still think i'm crazy standing here today ♪
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abby: back to some quick headlines for you. we begin with a fox news he alert. two police officers ambushed in an overnight shoot-out. emergency personnel were called to a condominium near san diego for reports of smoke. a gunman dressed in body armor shot at authorities through a wall. that is according to local reports there. one officer took a life-threatening gunshot to the chest while the other was hit in the shoulder and is expected to be okay. the gunman is now dead but still unclear if he died from police or shot himself. and g.o.p. congressional candidate katie arrington is undergoing surgery this morning after a characteristics. the south carolina lawmaker is in critical but stable condition condition. governor henry mcmaster joined us earlier on the show sharing his condolences. >> we're pulling for her. katie, she's a really fighter and she'll be a fighter in
congress for the people of south carolina, and we've got our fingers crossed, but we know she's going to pull thro.gh abby: arrington recently beat incumbent south carolina representative mark sanford in the state's g.o.p. primary. wishing the best for her. ed: absolutely. thanks, abby. another day, another accusation of racism from some on the left. >> i think it's important to separate trump supporters from republican. it's a fear of immigrants. it's a fear of people of color. >> the thing that brought him to national prominence on the political stage was a racist appeal. >> if you vote for trump, you're the bad guy. you, the voter, you, not donald trump, are standing at the border like nazis going, "you here, you here." >>"like nazis." so that the tactic democrats think will help them win the midterms? here to debate, former trump deputy campaign manager, fox news contributor, author of "let trump be trump," david bossie. and democratic strategist joel paine.
david, i remember maybe a simpler time in american politics where the term nazi was not thrown around like this. >> ed, this is quite honestly disgusting. the left has lost their minds. when you used to use the word "hitler" in comparison in politics or "nazis" in politics, you got run out of the public square, and you got run out for a reason; there's no place for it. you're demeaning what happened in world war ii, to the world and to the jewish people, the holocaust was real, and these people have lost their ever- ever-picking minds. so i don't know -- they tried this tactic in 2016, ed. look. the basket of deplorables. hillary clinton's racist, xenophobic, islamophobic, all of that rant, the screed she went on, they tried this in 2016 against president trump. it fails. the american people know they are good and decent people, and they are offended, quite honestly, by this rhetoric. the left has lost their minds, and they have nothing else to offer but anger and hatred.
ed: so if it's offensive, joel, why do you think it's going to work? >> ed, you said a simpler time. i remember a simpler time we didn't have president courting white supremacists in the white house. >> how about a time -- ed: let joel talk. >> thanks, david. i remember a simpler time when the president didn't court white supremacists. i remember when you didn't have a fox news contributor posting a picture an ominous looking picture of hispanic people and trying to tie that to nancy pelosi -- ed: you're talking about mike huckabee i understand from your notes. >> yeah. and suggest that she likes ms-13 ms-13. just ten minutes ago i heard one of your cohosts -- ten minutes ago, i heard one of universe co cohosts say that democrats wanted unfettered access for ms-13 to america. that's ridiculous. that's nonsense. ed: when the president called ms-13 animals, nancy pelosi said "these are all of god's children children." true? >> ed, you know that's nonsense, that's a nonsense way to tie
that together, ed. ed: no, it's not nonsense. these people -- you and your people -- >> that's not what nancy pelosi meant. ed: david and then joel. >> great. i guess i can't finish here. ed: finish your point. joel, go ahead. finish your point. >> go ahead, david. >> this guy's going to whine and cry, and it's unbelievable. okay? we're done with this. you guys, you, the democratic party are so angry and hate filled towards the border patrol agents, towards police officers, towards i.c.e. agents. you know what? we're done with this. the american people recognize what democrat party has grandchild bc. they've become robert de niro and peter fonda and they've become nothing more than angry and hate filled. they hate this president more than they love this country. >> david? >> and it's dangerous. ed: you made your point. joel, go ahead. >> i just love to let people watch. this is the president's deputy campaign manager. this is the type of hate filled screed that you saw in 2016. >> this is honesty. >> boy, this is why, by the way, democrats are going to win this time around.
>> oh, please. you tried this in 2016, and you lost. ed: let joel make his point. >> what two years of trumpism looks like, and it looks like charlottesville, it looks like call judges of mexican descent not being able to make judicial decisions because they're of a certain descent. it's called attacking the kahn family. people have seen what this president's about, they've seen what his agenda is -- >> if the president said all these things he said and you don't like his tweets do you think two wrongs make a right so you're going to double down -- >> it's not about two wrongs making a right. you started this segment saying that progressives and democrats on the left are attacking the president calling him a racist. no. you're just calling them out. listen. you don't have to be a golden retriever to hear all the dog whistles coming out of the white house these days from my friend david here. ed: final point, david. you said that about david. david, go ahead. >> michael hayden posted a picket of auschwitz. >> that liberal michael hayden, that screaming liberal hayden.
>> you're out of your cotton-picking mind. >> cotton-picking mind? let me tell you something. you got some relatives who picked cotton. and i'm not going to allow you to attack me like that on tv. i'm not out of my cotton-picking mind. >> you're out of your mind. ed: he said you're out of your mind. gentleman, we're going to leave it there. >> this is ridiculous. this is what's gone on in america. this is what we're about. ed: gentlemen, let's end it on a civil note. i appreciate you both coming in. have a wonderful sunday with your families. >> thanks. happy sunday. ed: david, joel, thank you. north korea reportedly getting rid of its anti-u.s. propaganda. is this a step to read peace? plus, sarah sanders kicked out of a restaurant just because she works for the president and paul ryan slammed by seth rogan just because he asked for a picture. so can faith bring back a ed: obviously we don't appreciate some of the language back and forth, but we're going to go to break and we'll come back on the other side. days and nights out of sync,
like concert tickets or a new snowboard. matt: whoo! whoo! jen: but that all changed when we bought a house. matt: voilà! jen: matt started turning into his dad. matt: mm. that's some good mulch. ♪ i'm awake. but it was pretty nifty when jen showed me how easy it was to protect our home and auto with progressive. [ wrapper crinkling ] get this butterscotch out of here. progressive can't protect you from becoming your parents. there's quite a bit of work, 'cause this was all -- this was all stapled. but we can protect your home and auto when you bundle with us. ed: i just want to address what happened in that debate, obviously got fiery, david bossie used a phrase that clearly joel paine and offended many others. i don't know what david meant by it. you know, what went back and forth between the two of them. i've known david a long time. i'll let him address exactly what he said. but i want to make sure that fox news and this show, myself, we don't agree with that particular phrase. it was offensively offensive and
these debates get fiery, that's unfortunate. we like to have honest and spirited debates, but not phrases like that, obviously. and so i will just leave it at that. abby? abby: thank you so much, ed. all right. we were all taught the golden rule as children: treat others as you had like to be treated. has the divisive heats up in this country, take white house press secretary sarah sanders being kicked out of a restaurant because she worked for trump. also actor seth rogan bragging about refusing to take a photo with speaker paul ryan. so can faith help bring society back to where we can respect each other while also disagreeing on politics? let's ask religion panel, father father tafikamid, an islamic scholar. it's something we all need to hear today. i'll start with you, pastor. those are a couple of examples that i gave off the top here, we are seeing this happen all too often.
we have lost so much of civility and respect in this country. where do we go from here? >> i think the starting point is we go on our knees and we ask god to give us for the polarization, the divisiveness and the lack of civility as you just mentioned. what we just saw is another example of what goes on when we don't operate out of the principles of the golden rule, which is do unto others as you would have them do unto you, so that's the heart of where we are in the faith community is that, by god's grace, we pull together based around our common interests and the call of god on our lives to serve the public with a good spirit and a good heart. abby: yeah. rabbi, we lost one of the best this week in media, charles krauthammer. and something that he was so good at was being able to disagree, being able to have back-and-forth and arguments. but he respected and he tried to understand where that other person was coming from. what can we learn from him?
>> oh, so much we can learn from charles. one of the things i most admired about him was he looked into the deeper issues at play. he wasn't driven only by the headlines. he was driven by the deeper ideals and values that we hold as a country. and one of those is simply habits of the heart, relating with people that are different from us. you know, i conducted a wedding yesterday, and i said to the bride and groom, "in your relationship, the little things are the big things." and i think that's true in a society. if we can't share a meal together, if we can't take a picture together and break bread together and have a conversation together, we've lost some of the deepest elements that connect us to one another. and i think charles krauthammer was aware of those elements, and he knew how important they were and that they're in fact more important than the headlines. so i agree with the pastor, we really need a shift, a shift in how we see others, civility.
in judaism we call this darhe shalom, "ways of peace." our society needs ways of peace so we can be the best we can.be abby: father, what do you make of what happened on friday night sarah sanders being kicked out of that restaurant? i know there are people in this country that may not agree with president trump and saw that happen and said, "you know what? we don't need to do this. this is not who we are as americans." >> right, abby, this is part of the problem of demonizing your political opponent or demonizing someone whom you don't agree with. this is wrong. jesus said love one another. and in a society if you want to have love and harmony, love has to express itself in courtesy, politeness. if you run a restaurant, you don't issue invitations to your friends only to come. a restaurant is a public accommodation, people have a right to go there, and by receiving people into your restaurant, you have a business relationship, but you have something even more, a human relationship. you're offering your services, and you want to create an atmosphere where people can have
a good meal and discuss things. why is it that only someone like sarah sanders is thrown out? what about other people who come to that restaurant? were they treated that way? i really doubt it. i think that -- i'll give it this. the owner of the restaurant made a mistake. i think she probably regrets it now, but if. >>, she should, because sarah deserves as much respect as anybody who comes through the doors. abby: yeah. and she held it with a lot of grace. dr. hamid, why does this happen? is it because people are living only in their own cul-de-sacs, surrounding themselves and thinking with people that live like them, that have the same understandings as them? we're not engaging with people that might be different than who we are, that might have different backgrounds, might have different way of thinking about life. >> absolutely. it has a strong base in the inability of people to see that we both can see the same thing from different angles. and we see completely from pictures does not mean i am wrong or you are wrong. we both can be correct. you just see the thing from a
different angle. and i think, for example, let me give you a very simple example. that owner of the restaurant who kicked sarah sanders outside of it, he doesn't know, for example that from a completely different angle view, and i'm talking here from the angle of someone from the middle east originally -- i'm an american citizen, but originally from the middle east -- i can tell this person clearly, i see donald trump as a second abraham lincoln. the reason is simple: during obama administration and his policies led to the creation of isis, the creation of slave markets, and women were sold, raped in the streets. after president trump came to power, the isis was defeated militarily, no longer slave markets, no longer rape for women of this magnitude. and for this reason, thousands of women have been saved from slavery there. so i just want to show that how
people, he sees it from one angle, he doesn't like donald trump. i like him because i see on him as a person who saved many people there. so i think the lack of the ability or our inability to see that, you can see the same thing but from a different angle. and i start to learn how to respect your views. i think as long as we can't reach this level of understanding we are having a problem of such kind of things. abby: yeah. it is a message that we all need to hear this morning. rabbi, pastor, father, doctor, thank you so much for being with us and reminding us of what this country is founded on and what we are capable of being if we just try our best to be good people. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thanks, abby. >> thank you. abby: i know i needed that pep north korea reportedly get rid of its anti-u.s. propaganda. is this more proof of a step toward peace? plus, have you seen this video? a toddler climbing up a safety ladder meant to keep kids out of the pool. we've got tips on how to keep
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here to weigh in is an expert that we've had before, michael m malss, the author of "dear reared: the unauthorized autograph of kim jong-un." i love the title, "dear reader" instead of "leader." the president is making the case that peace is , and thinks critics, they don't want to -- at hand. they don't want give him a vector no matter what. >> as far as taking down the u.s. propaganda, this would be a major step toward peace because hatred of americans is so ingrained to north korean ideology and their sense of history. for them, they teach the kids that since the 1860s when we sent u.s. general sherman there we've been waiting to conquer korea and make it a beachhead for world domination and we started the great war that the great liter kim il-sung won. this is inherent to their thinking. backing down on this is a huge 180 . pete: we forget how kim jong-un
said -- to hate us with a certain worldview. so by unwinding that propaganda he could be setting the stage. >> let me tell you how much work it would have to be. for example, we're not referred to as americans in their textbooks. we're referred as slurs like u.s. imperialists or yank devils devils. so in their math classes it would say something like "if i kill ten u.s. imperialists every day, how many can i kill in a week?" and the thing is, we're regarded as basically the equivalent of nazis over there. it's not something that, you know, we fought a war, we won. they talk about atrocities that we committed during the korean war. there's one sorry in simshon, a story in the museum of the simshon massacre where we took women, separated them from cads, set them on fire, threw grenades make sure there's nothing there. you can go see those warehouses where scrawled on the walls are, "americans are our enemies, please remember us." so remembered not as someone who lost the war but inherently evil evil. and the caricatures are similar
to nazi caricatures, huge noses, pot bellies, and basically sub subhuman. ed: the last point, people have not given the president credit, again on another point of this, which is bringing the remains home of a lot of the servicemen we lost in the korean war. decades later their families have been waiting to have some sort of closure. >> yes. ed: shrikes a big step. >> it is because we talk about the vietnam war and the left and world war ii and those narratives. the korean war is rightly described as the forgotten war because there's no real payoff, no story, so so many of the servicemen and their families have not had that closure. it's so much part of korean history we tend not to talk about it. so finally some will have closure in their lives. pete: as we look at the tea leaves are we more likely de denuclearization will happen or less likely? >> if they're taking down their anti-u.s. propaganda, that's the biggest step possibly. pete: michael malsa, you know of which you speak. it is a scary video for any parent to watch -- a toddler climbing up a safety ladder
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abby: welcome back. all right, this video had everyone talking this week. a dad captures his toddler climbing a pool safety ladder meant to keep kids out of the pool. well, luckily mom was standing right there, because drowning remains the number one unintentional cause of death for children in the u.s. under four. pete: sad. and it can happen to anyone. earlier this month olympic skier
bodiy miller lost his 19 month old daughter to a pool drowning. so what do parents need to know to keep their kids safe this summer. here with some important tips, swim expert and owner of "swim, swim, swim i say" agnes davis. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. pete: thanks for being h.re abby: it's a sad note, bodiy miller, everybody knows him and everyone loves him. it is the most heartbreaking story. >> yes, it is. abby: 19 month old daughter who drowned in the pool but also was a reminder of how vigilant we have to be with our kids. >> yes, it is. unfortunately toddlers can get away from you in five seconds. and that's a tragedy. i think one of the things parents have to know is even when you have a pool such as this and it's enclosed, there needs to be a fence around it but there needs to to be alarms around the windows, the doors, and the fences of the pool so if anything happens, something goes off and people can hear that. pete: because you can forget that quickly, and five seconds of not looking and five seconds in the water. and what else?
what other tips? >> also i just want to bring this up. this is an alarm that go go on a child's risk. what happens if the child gets submerged under water, this will immediately go on and alert the parents. the other one, big buddy, has an app that goes to their phone that does that. something else very important, flotation devices. one of the biggest things about life jackets, they must fit the child properly. and also, please, even with these, they should be usa coast guard approved. that's very, very important, and they must fit the child properly properly. and also have some fun to it so they want to wear it. it's very import.nt pete: when they love to wear it, it really helps. >> say you guys are watching kids in a pool, please make sure you can swim. i mean, that should be -- and put down your phones, your ipads your ipads e ipods. pete: how young should kids be learning to swim? >> you can put a toddler in at three months to six months with a note from the doctor. it's not really getting them to know how to swim. it's getting this used to the water. that's the most important thing
and also with that supervision, the person should know cpr and no alcohol. very important, no alcohol. okay? abby: it is a parent's worth nightmare. great tips. three to six months you can even start learning. >> dunk them in and they can enjoy themselves. pete: thanks to the kids for braving this briefing water. >> it's cold! it's cold! pete: cruel and unusual punishment. abby: thank you so much for -- >> thank you so much for having me. have a great morning. pete: swim swim swim, i say. >> yes. we're located in harlem, new york. thank you for having.me pete: you know his hit song " "international harvester," but did you know country legend craig morgan served in the army? he's now being honored in the u.s. army, joining us live with more on that coming up. ♪ i got two boys in the county 4 4h there are multiples on the table: one is cash,
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our issue is strong borders and no crime. their issue is open borders and let ms-13 all over the country. >> why are you stopping the bus? these people are not criminals they haven't committed a crime. >> in lexington, virginia. a restaurant called the red hen. the owner asked her to leave. >> there is a cost to being an accomplice to this administration. >> katie, a congresswoman is
>> oh, thomas. i know some of his songing. >> i know one. >> he's been in the border and bringing us a debate back and forthwith. he's bringing us facts. >> democrats visit a detention center for children. >> this is over the separation of immigrant children. the executive order is trying to undo that. >> griff it's getting tough out there. >>reporter: good morning, things got chaotic. 200 protestors with an organize. the league of unified latin americans. they surrounded a bus leaving with illegal immigrants to a did
we tension -- detention center. one man tried to stop the bus himself. >> why are you stopping the bus? this is not the america we fought for and died for. my community has fought. they have these children in the bus like criminals. a massage for president trump. we are coming for him in 2020 and his congress in 2018. >> the bus was allowed to let go. one agent broke his ankle. 25 lawmakers came down to tour the center. they came out and said they had seen things that seemed inhumane. this was the same center built under president obama under the same standards.
i asked the lawmakers where was the outrage thing. this is what jim heinz had to say. >> this is something george w didn't do, this is something obama didn't do. we are treating everyone across the border as a criminal. >>reporter: just to add an update. they are reunionfied 500. the family reunionification when you talking to the agents off-camera said it's the biggest strain on their duties which first and foremost is to protect the border. it takes about from the ability to do that everyday. >> it was made tougher when the mayor of oakland tips people off
that'that ice is coming. cynthia nixon said ice is a terrorist organize. have you had a chance to tack to them? >> the atmosphere is difficult. they are enforcing the laws. calling this a concentration camp. it was the same standards created before. they are doing the best they can to treat people as humanely as possible. it weights on them to do the job and be called these terrible names. they don't want to tell you that because of the honor and dedication to their service.
remember, i'm a mile or less from the border. the average apprehension is 514 illegal crossings. >> we had a patrol agent on last hour. they said the same thing you are saying and how much more difficult it is having democrats bused in and making lives harder. >> part of the resistance is what's happening at the border. ice is a terrorist organize because it's lead by the trump administration. the press secretary went to have dinner with her friends and family. >> it's called the red hen. >> i call it the blue hen. >> it says love is the only answer.
you can transform an enemy to a friend. they didn't follow their own advise. she tweeted out last night, i was told to leave because i work for@potus. her actions speak louder about her than me. i treat everybody with respect. >> if she wanted to be a friend you sit across and have a conversation. you hear where she's coming from. >> it's a rare time you get to see the press secretary of the president. maybe take the time and write a note. as you leave, i hope you had a good dinner. it's been weighting heavy on my heart. >> so the owner is doubling down and said she would do it again. stephane is the owner. she said i explained the
restaurant has certain standards it has to uphold like honesty and comand compassion. i asked her to leave. we just felt like there are moments in time when people need to live their conventions and this appeared to be one. that was a quote she gave to the washington post. >> think act the mob mentality. it was a week or so ago one of the founders had an innocent tweet about he or his friends ate chik-fil-a. he had to delete the tweet. this is what you get at the neighborhood level when leaders scream trump hate and resistance. regular folks will take on those
attributes. we saw it happen to the dhs secretary. people can't have a private dinner. >> i believe there are good and decent people. people who may not have voted for president trump and don't agree with what happened. we heard cheers for seth rogan not taking a picture with paul ryan. this is the best country on earth. >> a lot of people will cheer this restaurant owner on. >> trump derangement syndrome is in effect. >> keep sending us your thoughts. two police officers were ambushed in an overnight shootout. personnel was called to a
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lieutenant short suffered in the accident. the 32-year-old from upstate new york is survived by wife, parents, and sister. so heartbreaking. on another sad note. charles will be laid to rest today. this is in chevy chase, maryland. it starts at 11:30. he treated everyone the same. >> he always say never have petty on me. he dealt with a lot in life. >> he was a wonderful man. the doj handed over
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>> congress said they only provided a small percentage of what was asked for as peter struck will testify before congress. >> joining us know with her reaction, you know her and love her maria. >> great to see you. >> we talked about this yesterday, they couldn't agree on a date. >> siri agreed. >> he doesn't want immunity. bob, the chairman of the judiciary committee agreed. we have more breaking news right now. this investigation whether it's the intel committee or judiciary commitdy things have shifted. devin is looking at whether or
not there was activity looking atrium happen and spying on trump before the actual launch of the trump/russia collusion investigation took place. that took place in july of 2016. they wanted to know in there was action before that launch. if there human contact; spies and informants going over to trump campaign people before the launch of the investigation. that's a different story then the doj has said. some believe there was activity before the launch. that will tell you this was based on nothing. >> if there was activity a guy like peter strzok would know it. >> yes, this questioning next week is behind closed doors. it will only be transcribed.
they also would like to get rod rossinstine. how did the fbi and doj handle that. >> that's the i.g. report. >> the other investigation is the trump/russia collusion investigation. nay woulthey would like to knows is being out there any way. they want to make sure they don't do anything significant to her. now lawmakers want to know when this actually start. >> why does it take so long? >> when we got the text from peter strzok we just got that in the report. four days later he sent the text
saying we need an insurance policy. someone was sitting on that we will stop him text. >> someone didn't want to be embarrassed. >> last week on my show devin said you are part of the cleanup crew or cover up crew. we have bob coming on along with congressman john ratcliff. he's seen all of the data. we will get into the immigration story. >> you could get a quorum on your show. >> you do an amazing job. >> thank you. >> it's a must watch. >> we'll see you sooner know, i'm terrible at math. >> 41 minutes. >> usually i'm here so much later in the show. thank you for having me earlier. >> she does know her numbers. >> okay, coming up kristine
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standard? >> of course there is a double standard. it's incomprehensiveble. anyone would admit that was wrong. i couldn't image that obama's daughters is threatened with pedophilia and a member is kicked out of a restaurant. you would never hear the end of the claims of racism. it should event be allowed because it's donald trump's administration. >> my response is there are two issues here. there is a civility issue. she shouldn't have been thrown out of the restaurant. we don't deny people service. we can legally on the bases of political affiliation. the other side to the issue is the fact that republican women want to be deemed feminist and
have the same kind of clout as women on the left. the policies out of the administration hurt them. >> but women that work for the president wouldn't say that. they would say the opposite. they would say we believe in these issues. >> yeah, you can say what you want the statistics don't lie. if you raise the minimum wage two-thirds of those working at minimum wage are women. >> please, i hate this selective feminism we here on the left. don't make this a feminism issue because it's not. >> it is -- >> i'm not done. you are not a feminist. you sit here and say you care about mothers, the bases of this is people are upset that illegal immigrants are being taken away
from their mothers. why not put this intergood i -- energy into black communities. they are separated from their families all the time. this is really lost on me. it's times up on this altogether. the black community has had enough of you being selectively outraged. it's been happening for six decades. >> i just want to point out let's keep this civil. >> i believe i was keeping it civil then candace told me i wasn't a feminist. >> ladies. >> i said the left. i didn't say you, the left. >> i disagree. i'll do that politely. i'll return to my original argument. we heard this four years that
kellyann and ow all of the women are not getting their due. they are advocating for policies that hurt women. they keep them in a bad economic system. >> can i ask you this? what about black women. >> do you think nelson should be treated the way she does? she was forced out of the mexican restaurant. do you think the way she's been treated was fair. >> i believe what she did in coming out and lying about what the policy did and the having to backtrack -- >> that wasn't my question. >> i think that people should have civil conversations about it and have ever right to come up to heritable and call her out on her lies and this administrations lies. if she leaves because of it
that's on her. she should be open to that dialog. >> candace, very quickly, this is a slippery slope. you said the left should stop this and this will be b be allon the administrations. no one talks about the fathers that are behind bars or buried on the south side of chicago and baltimore. this is out outrage and i don't understand it. >> we'll have to leave it there. >> his father -- >> they sanctioned the programs. >> we'll leave the debate right there. thank you so much. did you know country legend craig was in the military and he's being honored. we'll have more after the break.
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for over 37,000 service members and their families. last night the u.s. army awarded craig the outstanding civilian metal. craig morgan, joins us now. we appreciate your time. i bet you didn't think when you got out, you probably thought you would stop getting metals from the army, you know. i know you got a few inservice. what did it feel like? >> as i stated last night it was unusual. like you said, i never thought once i got out that would be a part of my life anymore. so, it's a little awkward. once a soldier always a soldier. i still feel like i'm that guy most of the time. it was a little unusual. as i stated last night i was honored and proud to accept that metal for those who work for our men and women.
>> looking at the images you still know how to stand at attention. you haven't lost your step at all. remind folks what you did. >> i was a 13 fox ford observer. i was the guy responsible for putting eyes on the battlefield and any bullet coming from a direct fire weapon system in the right place. >> you would be next to the squad leader or commander saying these are the targets i need to hit. >> absolutely. in most of the combat, the 13 fox had the shortest life expectancy of any mos in the military. we were the guys in front of everyone. we had to be out their and see every aspect of the battlefield. what did it mean to go down range with troops severing in
combat. >> initially it was very selfish of me. i did it to maintain my relationship with those who were severing. over the years, doing that, it's a humbling feeling as you know. when you are around those who severed they have a special gene in them. it's an honor to be around them and share that and feel that emotion and energy. >> it's a sense of purpose to be around folks. >> i don't do it consciously. it's a big part of my life. always has been and will be. i love my country, family, and guide. i try to immolate that belief
system in all i do. i think it happens in my music. >> 17 years in the army and the highest civilian awards. thank you for your time and great music. >> thank you, buddy. >> abby to you. >> turning to some headlines. president trump hit the campaign trail backing nevada's dean heller. the president dubbed her with a new nickname. >> they call her wacky jacki. he would like to raise taxes. she's campaigning with elizabeth juan. she's sometimes called --
pam bondy at a documentary. >> what would mr. rogers think about you? shame on you. >> protestors said over florida's decision to join a lawsuit against the affordable care act. bondy stands on immigration. she had to be escorted from the theater by police. james comby is so embarrassed about u.s. immigration policies he considered lying over seas. comby said i' i discussed, mortified, embarrassed, and ashame. we wanted to tell the people on the customs line we were canadian. >> boy. the stars of "fixer-upper" is a
boy. they named him crew. they just wrapped up their hit h.g. tv show. rick, we'll never call you cute but you are a good looking man. >> welcome. we have these pools out here and slides. i see you right here you want to play? >> no. >> you want to play? >> i don't have my suit. >>reporter: we have scattered rain showers again. this is similar to the way it looked yesterday. we have showers and another batch of rain that moved over kansas overnight. dropping to oklahoma. later on in the day we'll see
another batch behind that. we could see a few tornadoes. here are your temperatures. notice the heat down across the south. 91 in atlanta. it will be humid as well. that heat will continue over the next few days and builds back in over the central planes. all right, guys. >> thank you so much, rick. >> so cute. well, the hollywood resistance strikes again. seth rogan wouldn't take a picture with paul ryan. >> it's summer on our plaza. we have inflatables to slip in slides. maybe one of us will try it. >> no. >> maybe.
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you watt a photo with seth rogan. >> paul ryan was walking towards me. he said can i have a picture with you. i look over and his kids are standing right there expectantly and i said no way, man. >> the crowd goes wild. is this an example of the hollywood resistance. >> no, wa way, man. >> america is watching two different movies. you have the right that's worried about feeding our families and having laws that protect american citizens. the left are fighting nazis. it's the race to see who can be the most rude. i can't believe he said no.
when a lovable canadian stoner won't take a picture with paul ryan. i guess he was raising money. >> at an event for alzheimer's. we don't agree on much but this. >> bono did that with george bush and they raised money to fight aids. what's wrong with him. i know he's from canada. congress writes the check. if someone you want to be nice too is paul ryan. >> this is after robert deniro had something to say about president trump. they like attacks on anything related to trump. >> you are absolutely right. you are watching a race on the
left to see would can be the most rude. the left is demonizing everyone. we don't talk to a nazi. you eliminate them. we have seen indiana jones. those are the best movies. you have kathy giffin flipping the bird, deniro is going off. it's dicey. >> after we got into this yesterday after the show seth rogan tweeted with us. he said now i'll my feed will be filled with snowflakes, he called us snowflakes. >> i'm glad he knows about our constitution. like, you are allowed to say
what you want. we are allowed to be offended by your behavior. someone will get hurt, this is my fear. you have the mainstream media backing people up on the nazi thing. msnbc host saying, yeah, they are nazis. we have to pump the breaks. someone will get hurt. i hope i'm wrong. people warn me about being on this show. comedian be friends saying be careful, you have a family to think about. i'm telling jokes from a different point of view. >> we are inviting you back. >> this is where the country is. it's a sad place to be. >> we are watching two different movies. >> thank you for coming on and providing your prospective.
>> thank you, someday i'll be on the couch. >> you are welcome. coming up, we are not done yet. we are celebrating summer on the plaza. a birdie told me he was going to take on the slip in slide. being detected was not an option. if i was recognized the whole operation was blown. the element of surprise was imperative. wow. he won't even recognize you. seriously. i don't even recognize myself. and thanks to my cashrewards credit card from navy federal with never-expiring rewards it's gonna be a killer honeymoon. woo! maui!! boom open to the armed forces, the dod, veterans and their families. navy federal credit union.
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summer products. >> thank you very much. >> what makes it more fun? >> a few things, one thing we have done this year is brought our 18-foot coleman pool. this is the swim vista pool. it has windows on the side. >> very cool. >> the kids can lookout and if you are a mom and dad you can look into the pool. >> talk about these floaties. >> so the floats have become a terrific fun business. they are very innovative with pools,a animals. >> i used to be anti-floaties. my kids have played on them for two straight weeks. >> big is better. well, many most cases.
>> you can have fun it is a the same time. >> the slides are cool. this was a traditional normal slip and slide type product. what we have now is a blobster. >> if what? >> the blobster. >> the blobster fills with water. you are cushioned at the same time. >> considered a slip and slide innovator and put three in a row. >> how did that end? >> not well. >> some of the you tube videos are pretty impressive. >> last time "was i i was in thr i was in a cay -- kayak. >> don't hurt any children. >> i have to get a run.
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slide. let ' see that again. [ cheering and applause ] >> oh, yeah. that was beautiful. >> well-done. >> it's like you have done this before. >> i didn't quiet get the camera angle i wanted. >> what happened at the end. looks like you ran into something. >> he almost ran into the camera. >> the company said they want a celebrity endorsement. >> they might get an in -- endorsement but not the celebrity part. >> it's been a funn fun funny vl show today. >> why didn't you do that one? >> they said it's not the same. >> we want to thank best way for the pool. the kids had a great time. >> it was a great four hours.
have a wonderful sunday with your family. >> see you at the pool. good sunday morning. a breaking news exclusive right now. the department of justice responds to a deadline. also president trump is urging the g.o.p. to hold off on immigration until after the election. good morning, everyone. i'm maria. anti-trump fbi agent peter has explaining to do after he's called out in a justice watchdog