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families belong together. >> people raise their voice to protest president trump's immigration policies. >> these folks are going to walk in the streets today to make that point. look at i.c.e. pment what a group of incomp tepts. >> you get rid of i.c.e., you're going to have a country you're afraid to walk out of your house. >> president trump will announce his pick to replace the retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy. >> he suggested he might start the interviewing this weekend. >> i think it's time for a new generation of leadership in the democratic party. we're in the worst division of the party since the 1920s. >> i am not about to let this
country go by the way of donald trump. today i say impeach 45. >> i hope they keep thinking about it. they're going to get beaten so badly. ♪ ♪ this is not a test. this is live. we're not there. we're in new york city. but we put this together with phantom fireworkses >> because we're celebrating freedom this morning here on fox and friends. usually recelebrate freedom every dayton show but fourth of july is another reason to be thankful for the country that we live in and what better way than some fireworks. >> you have that in your back
yard. >> we're going to give you some tips later on in the show thanks to phantom fireworks. if you can do it legal hi in your state. i think california you can't. >> you can't. it's 4 a.m. in cheyenne. people walking up what's going on. >> it's already light here. we couldn't do it here on new york city. there's also some ordinances on 6th avenue. >> it would be interests. >> we've got dean cane on the couch. >> love to be here. >> a busy four hours and we start with a lot of news. president trump doubling down on i.c.e. saying these represent the very best men and women among us. here he is. >> 228-year-old socialist who beat out joe crowley says abolish i.c.e. and more democrats are getting in line that. >> i hope they keep thinking about it. they're going to get betten so badly.
i.c.e., they go in and take out ms-13 because they're tougher than ms-13 by a factor of ten you get rid of i.c.e. you're going to have a country of you're afraid to walk out of your house. >> i think you th can boil down what he said into three words. bring it on. you had socialists saying let's abolish i.c.e., an agency created after 9/11 to protect us, to deport illegal immigrants that could potentially be terrorists. once this 28-year-old socialist candidate here in new york beat you crowley this week, you had this stampede of keir ten gill n gillibrand and other house members who have stand in the congress and senate saying okay, socialists started it, i'm going to take the ball and run with it and abolish the agency in the
middle of what some say is a border crisis. >> a lot of the anger is about president trump, we saw this with the rally yesterday, keep families together. if you're going to be against the president, don't put the blame on i.c.e. they're doing their job. they're doing what they're told at the top of the administration. they're doing what they did under the bush years and the obama years. where was the anger, where were the protests under barack obama? >> correct me if i'm wrong, congress' job is to make the laws and then i.c.e. is supposed to enforce them. am i office base? these guys are enforcing the laws they're told to enforce. congress is the one who needs to act. you have all of these members of congress now jumping on the ban wagon thinking this is the way to win. >> gill brand has examples of them overstepping their power. then you have hearings on the hill and congress has oversight power to say relex that, don't
do that. but you don't just abolish the agency. >> you may have wanted to tell the protesters that yesterday. they were singing a different tune about i.c.e. and about president trump. take a look at yesterday. >> message is that we are one people on this earth. so instead of separating ourselves through race and bigotry, we can work better as one. >> the president deeply immoral actions have made it obvious we need to rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom starting by replacing i.c.e. with something that reflects our morality. >> america at its best is big, beautiful and diverse. it's not petty and not exclusive like mar-a-lago, ultraexclusive, tremendous, tremendous exclues
exclusive. >> we will keep fighting because we're better than this. >> look at i.c.e. what a group of incompetents. at this point they're focused more on toddlers than terrorists. they want to instead of deporting felons, they want to deport family bees being per cuted by goings. they're focused on separating kids from their families. it's time to put an end to the cruel and incompetent policy. >> we start the montage with a young woman who says i'm just talking about the something being people coming together, all races, let's end bigotry who can possibly disagree with that. >> sounds great. >> you end it with someone with real standing, a leader in the senator, democrat dick durbin saying i.c.e. is a group of incomcompetents. what kind of something is that sending? that's absurd. >> dick durbin is the second ranking democrat in the senate
and an he's painting a broad brh on i.c.e. 30,000 people work for i.c.e., men and women. many putting their jobs on a line. it's a tough world they play. it's not easy. >> law enforcement is not just a deportation force. they do a whole lot more. they do cybercrime. >> child trafficking, issues like that. >> and these guys are trying to do their job to the best of their ability hean their marching orders come from congress. if you want to change it, change it. don't blame the soldiers doing their job. >> the campaign manager for the trump reelection committee was trolling senator gill brand on twitter. she has a whole section on ending illegal immigration, zero tolerance eternally like the trump administration. and he's out there saying, you might want to update your website. now you want to abolish i.c.e.
>> border patrol, they're. >> how can you be for abolishing the folks who are supposed to deport illegal immigrants but i really want to step up patrol on the border. come on. >> the height of hypocrisy. >> maxine waters, you remember her last week she stepped up the anger calling people to get out on the streets and protest, show how upset you were. i guess he was receiving death threats because of her orders or what he was telling people to do. >> it shouldn't happen. obviously people on both sides can really get out of control with some of the rhetoric. but rather than calm ug iing it down. >> she doubles down saying if you're going to shoot at me, you better shoot straight. listen to what she has to say. >> now we have some members of congress who have intimidated. i have no fear. and i know there are those who are talking about censoring me, talking about kicking me out of
congress, talking about shooting me, talking about hanging me. all i have to say is this. if you shoot me, you better shoot straight. there's nothing like a wounded animal. i am not about to let this country go by the way of donald trump. we are sick and tired of him. he's been there too long. they dare me to say impeach him. today i say impeach 45! >> you know, ther there's been a fight back and forth on who started this uncivil talk. you can spend all day debating that. but if you're maxine waters and you're legitimately got death threats, people should knock it off. on both sides. people should cool the rhetoric down. but if you get get death threats how can you go out there at rallies which are supposed to be ending bil bigotry -- how can yu
say if you're going to shoot me, shoot straight. are you kidding me? >> that's pouring fuel on the fire. no question about it. she's getting into a street fight for her, taking it on full bore. but she's putting it out there again, more of the same rhetoric. i would much rather see people come together myself. maybe it starts with leadership. >> where is the leadership on the democratic side. >> this is when leadership matters. and it's that type of rhetoric that's gotten us to where we are now. let us know what you think about that email@example.com. tensions are boiling out of control as antifa and right wing activists crash during a conservative march. out of control. ant fascist, throwing eggs and
water bottles at a prayer group. police making arrests and seizing knives and clubs. the founder joey gibson is running for u.s. senate. also this, a lifelong border patrol agent is picked to lead i.c.e., ronald is named the deputy director and takes on the role of acting director of the customs and enforcement. bringing more than 30 years of law enforcement experience all right. republican michael cloud wins a texas congressional special election by a landslide. cloud avoiding a runoff in saturday's race earning 55% of the vote in a crowded field. he's finish the term of blame farnen shphold who resigned. the term expires in january. cloud says he'll run again in november. outrainl on both sides of the aisle on an anti-trump restaurant manager fired for
refusing to serve a customer. the restaurant is being flooded with one-staff reviews on yelp. darren hodge claims that the hat symbolizes racism and bigotry. >> calm it down. >> that might cause the restaurant to go under. >> one-star reviews on yelp. several democrats rallying to abolish i.c.e. do they really know what the agency does? a former i.c.e. agent is here to give us an inside look. a new york conditione candit shy about being a socialist. i want to hear all about this story. blp
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welcome back. well calls to abolish i.c.e. going from a french movement on the far left to the mainstream democratic party's platform as protests erupt across the nation. >> what is the actual mission of iment c.e. and what role does it play in our national security. our next guest knows first hand, former special agent in charge of customs enforcements, homeland security investigations in san antonio, jerry robertet. you hear all of these calls to abolish i.c.e. and it seems unclear what i.c.e.'s real role is. >> as you know, i.c.e. is composed of basically two components, enforcement removal operation and hsi. hsi is the investigative arm of i.c.e. it's just unfortunate when you see what's on tv, the only thing
they're reporting is basically the administrative arrests and housing and deportation of illegal aliens. and the work of the agents is not being covered or reported on. >> beyond just the enforcement part, help our audience understand, when it comes to i.c.e., there are over 30,000 people that work for i.c.e. what are their duties? what are some of the things that they do in this country? >> shi agents, we have hsi composed of approximately 8400 personnel. of the 8400, 6100 of them are special agents. the special agents are just like special agents at dea, special agents at fbi, these are criminal investigators that conduct investigations. hsi is responsible for investigating violations of customs and immigration law as it impacts our homeland security, our border security and public safety.
everything that we do is connected to those three prongs. >> now border patrol and i.c.e. are different agencies and have different functions, correct? >> correct. hsi, we work hand in hand with custom and border protection which is composed of field operations and border patrol. border patrol patrols the border. field operations controls the ports of entry. whenever they encounter narcotics, contraband, whenever border patrol finds a tractor trailer load of aliens, they call the agents to conduct the investigations. and it's not just the investigations of the crimes at hand. the purpose of hsi is to take that case and move forward as far as they can, try to find out where were those aliens going, who were waiting on them, wore o were paying if for aliens who is responsible for bringing them into the country. same thing for the contraband.
they're responsible for identifying where it's going, who is receiving it, where is the money and following it back words. >backwards. >> look at this, 2017, more than 81,000 aliens were arrested, 92% of aliens arrested had criminal convictions, pending criminal charges, 4800 criminal gang arrests, nearly 800 arrests involved ms-13, 7,000 pounds of heroin and 2300 pounds of fentanyl were received. what do you make of the rhetoric we're hearing. we played sound from dick durbin whereby the number two democrat in the senate who said base is i.c.e. is incomparable. what do you make of that? >> if you spend two minutes on the internet he could get a mouthful of what i.c.e. and hsi does. i think it's ir response, considering that these agents place their lives -- we have agents that have lost their lives in the performance of
their duties. we have agents that put their families in front -- their jobs in front of their families. you know, you see them, they come to the border for a few hours, they have a field trip, they spend a few hours at the border and then they go back and pretend they know what happens apt the border. they have no clue. and honestly i think they do have a clue but it's not to their benefit to acknowledge the work that's being done. >> a lot of politics there. jerry, thank you for your service. appreciate what you do. thank you, sir. >> no question. coming up, a vacation tours deadly. a tour boat with americans on it erupts into flames in the bahamas. and former president obama backing nancy pelosi's potential return to speaker but a new poll shows her favorability is sinking within her own party. diamond and silk are fired up about this. they're here to react next. >> when are they not fired up? ♪ ♪
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good morning. mexican voters heading to the polls today. likely electing a leftist president for the first time in decades. the anti-trump front runner lopez, including this in his book, quote, trump and his advisers speak of the mexicans the way hitler and the nazis referred to the jews and germ man chancellor angela merkel is seeking return migrants who have been rejected. the move is in response to the interior minister who pledged to shut down the southern frontier if merkel did not find a solution by the end of the month.
barack obama making a bold prediction for nancy pelosi this election season at a democratic fund raise per. the former president reportedly saying she'll once again be one of the greatest speakers we ever have after we get through this cycle. >> but voters of his own party may not agree. as a now poll shows pelosi's favorability falling down a nine-year low. >> diamond and silk join us to weigh in. good morning, ladies. >> good morning. >> i suspect there's somebody else endorsing nancy pelosi for speaker and that man's name is donald trump. he doesn't want the democrat to take over but if he has her out there as the top democrat, that seems to be good for republicans. >> yes, it does. and also, let me just say that if barack obama, if he's campaigning for nancy pelosi, that means he don't have a clue. >> that's right. >> he don't realize that nancy pelosi is not working for americans. but she works for illegal aliens and ms-13 gang members.
she don't work for americans. if he don't realize that, there may be something wrong. maybe he just don't have a clue as to what's going on. >> well, i want your thoughts on this. we all saw the protests yesterday from coast to coast, thousands of people coming out over immigration, you had democrats, the american people, a number of celebrities speaking out. let me show you this and i'll get your reaction afterwards. >> we don't see your brothers and sisters who come to america for a better life as animals or thugs >> america at its best is big, beautiful and diverse. it's not petty and not exclusive like mar-a-lago. ultraexclusive, tremendous. >> our democracy is at stake. our humanity is at stake. >> you have a message this morning for some of those protesters. what is it? >> my message is this. stop being a hypocrite and start
working for the american people. i think it's so sad when you have protesters out there advocating for illegal aliens, people that commit crime. yet they don't a advocate for te people who commit crimes in this country. they continue advocate for the people when they're taken to jail, their babies are snatched from their arms. they didn't advocate for the fact that babies and children were in cages up under the obama administration. but yet they're protesting out in the streets today for what -- they're hypocrites. they need to start working for the american people first. >> that's right. >> and stop allowing people to commit crimes and protesting about the fact that they should commit crimes and it's okay. it's not okay. when you cross our borders you must be legal. >> that's right. >> if not you ca cannot do that. if you're seeking asylum go to the points of entry. not just cross our borders. >> stars at home, i wonder what john legends, camillely harris
would open up their house and allow these people to come in and run amok on them. >> thank you so much for your input. it's -- let's go and pick on some celebrities. i'm kidding. i'm glad you didn't pick on the celebrities. celebrities are people too. thank you for your opinion meanwhile the president says phase two of the tax cuts are on the way. he wants to make theme permanent even though democrats want to take them away. how could this shape his economic legacy. we'll discuss that straight ahead. did you know the significance of the year 1776? well you might be surprised by how many people don't know about it. >> what happened? >> oh, i don't know. birth of the nation. >> what is the significance of 1776. >> i don't know. >> i'm not a history person. >> i can tell. >> christopher columbus. >> not a history pepper. wait until you see the rest of this independence day quiz. you don't want to miss it. >> and we're celebrate independence day with fireworks. we've got our very own display live from the phantom fireworks
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division free institution fors everyone. >> that federal job guarantee includes things like a high federal wage. >> expanded medicare for all. health care for every single person in america. >> that is a socialist from queens who defeated crowley, one of the top democrats in the house. one that surprised the country in this one. 28 years old. if she wins in november she'll be the youngest woman to ever win in congress. she did a debate on june 15th, no one was really watching the debate after she had this win, people went back and did research on her and noticed the lipstick that she was wearing and a lot of women were waitin wanting tow where she got it. she tweeted out, i've been getting many queries about my lip color. it's stay all day. >> meaning kiss in spanish. >> and it's sold out.
>> you have the socialist promoting capitalism if you will. >> sephora is saying it is sold out. a little promotion from a socialist candidate has helped the candidates. >> she's an attractive person. certainly that doesn't hurt in advertising. i know a little bit about that world. >> it goes a long way. >> but it's attractive. >> because you're attractive. is that what you're saying? >> i am not saying that. you know, i think good for her, she's a socialist. i'm conflicted. i don't know what to say. >> the power of capitalism. >> go check out the lipstick in the free market. >> her website all free tuition for all, manicure for all. it's not really free. >> it's the free market. >> a little irony for your sunday morning. we've got more news to bring you. an illegal immigrant could be to blame for starting a massive wildfire i in colorado.
a detentioned officer saying that he is in the county illegally and will be handed over to i.c.e. sornlging 41,000-acres, the most active of nearly a dozen blazes in the state. also this, memorial services for two capital gazette workers are next week. a service for winde winters will be next saturday. they were two of the five people killed when a gunman opened fired inside of their annapolis, maryland officers reason office. the suspect planned to kill a writer at the newspaper five years ago. they no longer worked there. jarrod ramos making that threat in a court filing. he's charged with five counts of murder. and a tour boat explosion claims a life at sea in the bahamas. now that blast sending plumes of
smoke pouring into the sky. thcharter was carrying 12 peopl. a boat engine caught fire but the cause is still under investigation. then there's this, a driver who felt guilty is finally paying a parking ticket 44 years later. >> what? >> it's addressed of course to the police department with the return address of feeling guilty. wayward road, any town, california. >> that's a lot of time feeling guilty. inside was a note that reads dear pd, i've been carrying this ticket around for 40-plus years. always intended to pay. forgive me if i don't give you my info. with respect dave. the ticket was issued in 1974 in pennsylvania was only $2. the driver pay $5, adding three extra dollars for interest.
>> i think he was a little low on interest. >> getting that off of his chest. what do you think? do you pay a parking ticket sometimes? >> yeah, i do because i'm a chicken. and i wouldn't have 45 years. >> at this point. >> make a run for it. definitely. >> weighing on the conscience. here throughout the rest of the weekend we've already noticed how hot it is. surprise, surprise. that is continuing. here are your temperatures currently. not daytime highs. close to 80 degrees here in new york city. again we've got the watches and warnings across portions of the midwest, chicago down to st. louis, new york city, philadelphia, down towards d.c. all area areas we're under heat advisories once again, heat indices up to 105, 110 degrees. dangerous to spend time outside today. temperatures are going to run up to, again, these are the actual temperatures, not your feels like, actual temperatures getting up to the 90s again.
97 in no, sir. but we're cooling off. only 94 degrees for tomorrow. you're really going to enjoy that. >> going the right direction. >> not much of a difference. >> that's hot. thank you, adam. well it's independence day weekend and we're celebrating this weekend with fireworks. >> mere with important safety tips and information, the regional mark of phantom fireworks. chris is live in sigh yen, wyoming. at the end of the segment they're going to put on a show for us. >> it's early in the morning there, isn't it? >> it is very early in the morning here. it's great to be here. i appreciate you guys having me on. it's pretty cold here. i'm glad to be here to talk about some safety tips, some nice products that we have this year at phantom. and you can see the newest showroom here for you. >> what are two or three things that you want family to know as they get ready for the big fourth of july holiday? >> so major safety tips.
always adults are the ones handling the fireworks. never the kids. have them at a safe distance. and always keep a water source nearby. my preference is a water hose. but a bucket of water or fire extinguisher are also great options for that. >> what are some of the products that people can use. you want to make sure you can legally use fireworks in your state before you set them off. that's lesson number one. what are some of the products that you have? >> you can go to fireworks.com and see the state's rules there and other safety tips. some products like we have here, we have 500 round repeaters, mortar kits, nice aerial displays, ground displays and other repeaters over here, sparklers. there's something for everybody. if you want a big show, something small on the ground, something for everybody. >> and if folks mention fox and
friends in any show they're going to say $85 on a 500 round repeater but you're putting on a show for us. people in cheyenne waking up to this. i hope they're not mad at fox. >> we've read there's not many people around. i'm not sure they're going to hear us. we have the special deal for you. we want to offer, because the fourth ofourth of july is all at independence day. >> there we go. i hear it. >> that's for our show this morning. show special is that. >> somebody pressed a button. >> so beautiful. >> i love it. brs[ fireworks ] .
>> that's amazing. [ fireworks ]. >> wow. that was a heck of a minute of fireworks, huh? >> that was awesome. >> we're waking you up this morning. >> everybody is waking up this morning with fireworks. >> check it out, fireworks.com. we appreciate what they did with for us this morning and we're celebrating freedom all morning. meanwhile, the president
saying that crumbs nancy pelosi talked about, there's going to be more of them actually. >> we're doing a phase two, we're doing it probably in october, maybe a little sooner than that and it will be more of a middle class. we did a lot for the middle class but this will be aimed more at the middle class. >> i think in terms of kreums c, it's an entire cake. how can this shape the president's economic legacy. what will it do for you wallet? that's more important. one man work fg the white house will tell us what it's going to do. do you know why se celebrate independence day? you might be surprised by home people who didn't know. >> why do we celebrate the fourth of july? what's the significance of 1776? >> christopher columbus. >> your son. >> he would know the answer.
for you. recreation marijuana legal in two east coast states today. in massachusetts 21 and over can buy pot at licensed stores. but in vermont marijuana users can only smoke? private places. and fran is the first major u.s. city with $15 minimum wage. voters approving the measure four years ago requiring a $1 increase each year. 142,000 workers including janitors and restaurant employees are expected to benefit from the hike. president trump announcing phase 2 of those tax cuts. >> if you're looking for phase 2 tax plan? >> we're doing a phase 2, probably in october, maybe a little sooner than that. this is aimed at the middle class. we're thinking about bringing the 21% down to 20 and then for the rest of it goes to the middle class. >> here to break it down, julio gonzalez, working to shore up support for tax cuts 2.0.
he's not work on behalf of the white house. not a white house spokesperson but he's working to support the push to expand the tax breaks. we appreciate you coming in today, julio. >> thank you for having me. >> let's break down for people, they may not understand what the president is referring to. he's revealing it to maria bartiromo. everybody can see the full interview in a couple of hours. six months ago, historic tax cuts. what does he want to do in phase 2? >> we wants to reduce to tax rates, more crumbs for everyone. he wants to make the tax cuts permanent. that's going to be really important. he wants to stimulate entrepreneurship with more business, credits and sin sen is and fix some technical errors. when you fix thousands of pages of tax code, there's always things you need to fine tune and fix up. >> let me play devil's advocate
for a moment. we heard the president talking on friday how historic it was. i get you've got to fix some technical errors months later. i get that. but is this an acknowledgment that phase 1 was geared more towards corporations and less the middle class and he's trying to fix that? >> it accomplished both. tox reform accomplished benefits for both middle class, all individuals and corporations. but here he wants to bring down the individual tax rates even further to help stimulate the economy. and commit to some of the promises that he made in his campaign. >> so what do you think will be the most important new piece of phase two that will affect our viewers? >> well i think permanency is important because right now everything is sunsetting in five to ten years. it makes it difficult to plan and makes it difficult to project how you'll take benefit
now. so making it permanent is important because we know nancy wants to basically repeal tax reform and if we make it permanent, the stars would have to align, the house and senate and the president would all have to be democrat to change that. >> i get that the president -- counter act what you're say, nancy pelosi saying elect democrats to run the house. he wants to get ahead of that and get it to phase 2. how is he going to get it done in october to get it done before the election when nancy pelosi doesn't have the votes to stop him? >> well they got tax 1.0 done and they have control and he has a lot of incentives and a lot of control with the democrats now. she'he's show how powerful he id america loves him. now is the time to do it. i think he wants to show that tax reform can change every year
to benefit the economy and fine tune it every year and make it stronger. >> it will be interesting to see if the democrats don't want to block phase 2 in october on the eve of a midterm election when joe manchin and others may need the tax cuts. we appreciate you coming in. democrats joining thousands of protesters nationwide. charlie kurt went toe to toe with the protesters to grill them on the substantive issues. he found out some interesting stuff and do you know the sig tans of the year 1776? i hope so. but sadly not everyone seems to. >> what is the significance of 1776? >> i don't know. >> i'm not a history person. >> i can tell. >> christopher columbus.
monica. >> that's where you are. >> i live ten minutes from there. >> will withcreate thd video and he joins us now with more. will, thank for for coming on. what is wrong with my people in california. does nobody study history anymore? >> well this is what happens when you have leftist run education in the country. they have control over public schools and they also have control over the universities. and so these teachers, these professors are telling students not to appreciate america, american history isn't important and that we need to be more like socialist countries like venezuela. >> maybe they should spend less time in the gym and more reading some of the history books. >> that guy was in good shape. >> they look great. but you have a little more sound you can play for us, right? >> a little more sound? >> you have more answers that you got from people. >> oh yeah. we did. we got a lot of answers from people. people thought that christopher columbus came over in 1776.
>> let's play that. >> let's listen. >> oh my. >> why do we celebrate the fourth of july? >> i don't really know. >> what is the significance of 1776? >> i don't know. >> i don't know. >> i'm not a history person. >> i can tell. >> christopher columbus. >> oh my. >> christopher columbus. >> what makes you want to go out and ask these questions, will? did you get a sense that when you were hanging around the beach that maybe people don't know a lot about their history? >> i was surprised. i thought people were going to know what was going on, why we celebrate the fourth of july. we went out there and were very surprised. this san issue that americans are facing that i feel like people don't know about. they don't know that people aren't being taught these things. older generations don't know that young people don't learn this at all in school. and so it's a shocking thing to realize and it's one of the biggest problems facing this country that people don't appreciate america. >> well i guess you got a
billion views on videos. you're doing your part to educate, that's for sure. >> exactly. with a billion views we're going to hit about a billion views this year as well on our videos. we are the counter to the education that's happening in public schools. >> keep up the good work. >> thank you, will. coming up on the show, charles payne, and maria bartiromo and her exclusive interview with president trump. you don't want to miss. who would do such a thing. the older man in the united states, 112-year-old world war ii veteran richard overton became a victim of identity theft, draining his entire bank account. >> unreal. ♪ [struggles] show me the carfax.
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taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. man: ask your doctor about jardiance and get to the heart of what matters. abby: calls to abolish i.c.e. as protests erupt across the nation >> "abolish i.c.e.." >> these folks are going to walk on the streets today to make that point. >> look at i.c.e. >> but they're responsible we have agents that have lost their lives and the performance of their duty. president trump: you get rid of i.c.e. you'll have a country you'll be afraid to walk out of your house. >> president trump will soon to know his picture replaced the retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy. >> suggesting he might start that interviewing this weekend. >> i think it's time for an entire new generation of leadership in the democratic
party. we are literally in the worst part of the party since the 1920 s. >> i am not about to let this country go by the way of donald trump. today, i ii say impeach him. president trump: i hope they keep thinking about it. >> ♪ ♪ abby: it is going to be a hot one today, across the country, but it still feels nice right now at 7:00 in the morning. ed: on july 1. >> it's july. abby: you're right. >> we were just in june. ed: the midway point. half way through the year. abby: it is the week of july 4th so we always celebrate freedom on this show but the week of july 4th is like what the show was made for. like a moment for the show. >> we get to set it off right here.
ed: perfect, fireworks in cheyenne, wyoming. it was still dark out there, light here in the east and we will be celebrating freedom all morning long. abby: that's right and if you are sticking around this sunday you'll want to watch maria bartiromo's interview with president trump, she talks about a number of things but top of mind was of course what's going on in this country with immigration and she asked him specifically about i.c.e. and he doubled down about the roles they play and how important they are to this country and also hit back on democrats some of them that are talking about abolish ing i.c.e. altogether. here is a bit of that interview with maria. maria: the 28 year old socialistic says abolish i.c.e. and get this, more democrats are getting in line with that, today saying we need to abolish i.c.e. president trump: well i hope they keep thinking about it because they will get beaten so badly. do you know i.c.e., these are the guys that go and take ms-13 and take them out because they're much tougher like by a
factor of 10. and you get rid of i.c.e. you'll have a country that you'll be afraid to walk out of your house i love that issue. ed: this is like the way republicans say you want to make nancy pelosi speak, bring it on that's what donald trump is saying right there. the president is saying if you if you want to make the mid-term s about abolishing i.c.e. the agency created post- 9/11 to go after terrorists , illegal immigrants in this country and also deal with child trafficking and all kinds of other things disgusting things going on they are trying to stop to now be eating up at them and what's interesting is this started as a radical left wing really a socialistic idea . let's just abolish i.c.e. but it went mainstream after this 28 year old socialistic candidate, we mentioned her before, alexandria cortez beat congressman joe crowley in new york and all of a sudden you have main street senators saying yeah, let's just abolish it and dick durbin is going even further. he is the number two senate democrat and yesterday, he said
i.c.e. is full of in competence. that's what he said, listen. >> look at i.c.e. what a group of incompetents. at this point they're focused more on toddlers than terrorists instead of deporting felons, they want to deport families and instead of focusing on stopping bad drugs from coming in they're separating kids from their families. time to put an end to this policy. abby: all of i.c.e. is now apparently incompetent so he was talking of course yesterday overseeing the protest thousands of people that came out across this country. thousands of americans but also a number of celebrities and you know this they come out and talk about things they're passionate about and a lot of them talked about abolishing i.c.e. but some talked about love and coming together in this country. that's what this country is about but we spoke earlier, dean , with a former special agent in charge of i.c.e. and he said people don't fully
understand what the role of i.c.e. is and what they do on the border. here is a bit of what he told us >> if he just spent two minutes on the internet he could get a mouthful of what i.c.e. and hsi does and i think it's irresponsible considering that these agents place their lives, acts have lost their lives in the performance of the duty. they come to the border for a few hours, they have a field trip, spend a few hours at the border and go back and pretend like they know what happens at the border. they have no clue and honestly i think they do have a clue but it's not to their benefit to acknowledge the work being done. ed: i think that's a funny idea like dick durbin going on a field trip, like let's pack a little lunch and go to the border for a couple hours and look have they been involved in some separations overturned by the president? sure but that doesn't mean if he claimed they've dropped dealing with drugs and trafficking and all these other thins they're doing multiple jobs.
>> you do see that seenly raised it there because they do a heck of a job down there and that's really tough to hear from the number two senate democrat that's really a tough thing. ed: it's going mainstream now it's a march to the left. >> maybe dick durbin wants to retract that statement because he's talking about people that he set out there and people make the laws for these people to enforce. abby: there may be a concern though they see this 28 year old girl who wins in queens and surprises everyone beats crowley who was supposed to be the next democratic leader in the house and there may be the sense within the democratic party of maybe we need to take on this extreme rhetoric if we want to win. i don't think it's the right approach in my opinion but i think that there is a debate going on right now within the democratic party of how do we win elections. ed: where did she start before a candidate? an organizer for bernie sanders. >> but can we call these rall ies what they really are? anti-trump rallies. they really are anti-trump rall
ies the same people who marched against everything he's done every step of the way the same group of organizers and same people saying anti-trump things. ed: it's like a rerun almost of the women's march at the beginning of the trump adminitration, madonna saying let's go blow up the white house literally. things like that. and so the issue, the specific issue whether it's women's or immigration may change but i think your point is right which is it's really about being anti-trump so if this is a rerun , maybe there's a rerun going on in the house democratic leadership as well because you have barack obama as a former president weighing in saying yeah, i'd love to see nancy pelosi be the speaker again even though there are some moderate democrats saying please, no. abby: this is at a fundraiser that was held on friday. they say this, this is what barack obama said. nancy, i believe, is one of the greatest speakers we ever had and will once again be one of the greatest speakers we've ever had after we get through this cycle and there's not much i could have gotten done without having nancy there alongside of me every step of the way.
look, there are a number of republicans that love this very thing. by all means, let's keep her at the top of that party because that means -- >> because her favorability is? abby: nine-year low. ed: among democrats. and 55% she's going to say yeah, i have concerns about nancy pelosi. ed: 22% among republicans 11% in terms of favorability and then at least the idea though is that there are democrats rising up and saying that's why joe crowley had some standing in the party before he lost this primary battle because they were saying if democrats take back the house they've got to find new leadership. abby: at what point do you look in the mirror and say i've got to do what's best for the party not what might be the best for my self. >> maybe the ninth term. abby: so people are frustrated for politics. you get in there, do the job and then leave but people that stay
there for years and years and years and never see the reality of maybe it's time to pull out and let new generations, new blood come in and speak for this party. ed: you see this with hillary clinton not wanting to leave the stage either the clintons still having it along the party and there are members of congress who say hang on a second. we need fresh blood. here is the massachusetts senate >> i think it's time for an entire new generation of leadership in the democratic party. we have to look ourselves in the mirror and relationshippize that trump maybe terrible but if we are literally in the worst position in the party since the 1920s which is where we are today then we've got to make reforms ourselves and i think a new generation of leaders will come from many different corners of the party. ed: it's funny with maxine water s and others and the extreme laughter rising up in recent weeks you're starting to see attention in the median a among democratic lawmakers about the split and the democratic party and how many stories have you read about problems in the
republican party? it's the party of trump republican leaders not standing up to them story after story and that's the narrative as opposed to what is now being exposed which is a real problem in the democratic party. abby: we'll probably see that play out in the mid-terms in the polls because the only way to move forward and get policy you agree with is to get your people elected. ed: we'll see because the president has been saying look i hear a blue wave but the president is saying he doesn't think it's going to be a blue wave and there's a rising red wave. abby: let us know what you think i want to bring you other headlines, tensions boiling out of control as antifa and right wing activists clash during a conservative march. watch this. anti-fascists pelting eggs, water bottles and even fire crackers at the patriot prayers group, portland police making several arrests and seizing knives, pepper spray and clubs,
the conservative group was march ing in portland in support of joey gibson now running for u.s. senate. and the life long border patrol agent will be the next head of i.c.e. ronald fatello is named the deputy director and also acting director of the immigration and customs enforcement. he brings more than 30 years of law enforcement experience. he is replacing thomas homan, who retired yesterday. also this mexican voters are heading to the polls likely electing a president for the very first time in decades. the anti-trump front runner manuel lopez including this in his book. "trump and his advisors speak of the mexicans the way hitler and the nazis referred to the jews." ed: wow very subtle. abby: his closest opponent is 39 year old conservative ricardo an aya. >> it's going to be an interesting one. abby: and our nations heros jumping for more than 13,000 feet giving veterans a
new outlook on life. >> 1-10 rate it my man. >> 500. >> that's about a 12. >> a 12 all the way. >> absolutely. >> it's definitely a 13 or 14 on the old bucket list. abby: they are hosting the annual jump event for veterans with dozens of skydivers in massachusetts. the day is to raise awareness for veterans suicide from ptsd. what an important issue that is. >> tough to jump out of an airplane though that's tough. abby: for a good cause though. ed: in just days president trump will nominate his pick to replace supreme court justice anthony kennedy. she joins us, live, with those who she thinks are at the top of the heap. >> and henry winkler seems to be having a blast fishing a look at the trip, just ahead. he's awesome a wonderful guy. abby: where is he is that idaho? >> i hope so. >> ♪ ♪
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abby: president trump said he will be picking a supreme court nominee on july 9 after supreme court justice anthony kennedy announced his plans to resign effective july 31. the president said he's now narrowed his previous list of 25 potential nominees to just five people. a lawyer who serves as the chief counsel and policy director at the judicial crisis network and she joins us right now with who she thinks the top picks are. great to have you with us. >> great to be here, abbey. abby: this is one of the most important picks of his presidency one of the most important decisions he will make so let's go through the top five that we know have been reported
to be on that list. let's start with amy barrett. give us a sense of who she is. >> as a mom i find her so inspiring because she's a mother mother of seven, two adopted from haiti one with special needs and she's found time to be a law professor, a highly- regarded law professor at notre dame, has written on originalism and constitutional law so i'm just really impressed now indiana the 7th circuit court of appeals so i think that would be exciting to see her on the high court. abby: joan larson. another woman. >> she used to sit on the michigan supreme court and she has experience and also used to be a professor at the university of michigan as a professor, and was an award winning teacher there so again she and barrett were at the same confirmation hearing so they've very been together in the top line before. abby: great to see to women on top of a small list. next one.
amul sapar. >> right he's a former district judge which is interesting brings the trial side experience that a lot of supreme court justices don't have. he was on the presidents list even when a district judge and elevated to the appeals court by president trump the first south asian federal article 3 judge in the country so a really ground breaker and i've heard from people who argued before him are very impressed. abby: what an impressive resume. thomas hardeman. >> he was widely thought would be one of the final finalists and he is a third circuit judge, known for the second amendment and he's the one who got into a car chase with some reporters and they were chasing him thinking maybe he was driving to the white house for that announcement last january. i think he's got a lot of experience with the car driving thing because he actually worked his way through law school as taxi driver so he came from -- abby: i love that. >> a neat background there. abby: that could come in handy. raymond kethledge.
>> he is on the 6th circuit also from michigan and he has now nine almost 10 years of experience in the court and a lot of ways reminds me of justice gorsuch including his writing styles very articulate very thoughtful but also lines to start his opinions with a section explaining it kind of for the lay reader so you get what they're talking about it's not written just for the elite but then of course gets into the details thoughtfully later. abby: brett carve a newnab. that name came up before neil gorsuch as ultimately picked what do you know about this? >> he was added to the list recently last november and he is a d.c. circuit judge. that court is considered to be the minor leagues for the supreme court and a lot of justice us come from there and it sits in d.c. and hears so many administrative cases so he would have great experience dealing with questions of separation of power. he has written some powerful opinions on for example, whether
the cfpb is even legal and constitutional so he's got a lot of significant experience that on some of those top issues that are going to come before the court. abby: you can't say the president doesn't have a long bench of quite impressive people and diversity of different backgrounds good to have you on helpful to break this down for us. >> great to be here. abby: thanks so much coming up you saw both nationwide immigration protests but what you didn't see, how those protesters feel about i.c.e. and those coming into the country illegally. charlie kirk went out there and he found out. >> we should abolish i.c.e. >> if that's what it takes to get things organized. >> you'd welcome the 13 members >> everyone. you might take something for your heart... or joints. but do you take something for your brain. with an ingredient originally found in jellyfish, prevagen is the number one selling brain-health supplement in drug stores nationwide. prevagen. the name to remember.
abby: we are back with some news by the numbers first. $1.7 million that is how much this fentanyl would sell for on the street. a border patrol drug dog sniffed it out at a philadelphia port. 110 pounds of the deadly opioid were stashed inside barrels shipped from china. next, $1.2 million, that is the street value of this marijuana. deputies found it inside a house by accident. the sheriff's office in georgia made the big bust while looking for a suspect on an unrelated charge. and finally, 48 that is how many babies were born in less than 41 hours at one texas hospital. can you imagine the baby boom, keeping this nursery very busy. ed: 48 babies in 41 hours. dean: i can do the math on that. ed: democrats join thousands of protesters demanding among other things to abolish i.c.e. >> we need to rebuild our
immigration system from top to bottom, starting by replacing i.c.e. >> look at i.c.e. what a group of incompetents. >> "abolish i.c.e." dean: turning point usa charlie kirk went to see if the activists knew what they were talking about. charlie i imagine it was quite enlightening out there with the protesters. >> that's one way to put it there's a lot of anger and outrage and what i realized is that these protests were much more about hating trump than actually helping children or even actually trying to solve an immigration protest. what was said earlier is so true this is the same sort of people and the same activists that were marching in the women's march and the gun control march because the left they had gone all in and they are not, they're horrified that trump actually might succeed in fact that's a threat to their political future they're in the worst place as a
party they've been since 1920s. they have to find this very emotional divisive political issues that unfortunately pull on the heartstrings of america that are being misrepresented by the media. you look at time magazine that intentionally mislead their readers by putting an image they said was separated at a young girl that was separated from her family and was not and so these are very emotional issues. ed: and we've got a little taste of what you saw on the ground in the chicago area. we'll talk about it on the other side. listen. >> there are rapists, murders and drug dealers crossing the southern border. they say we should abolish i.c.e. >> if that's what it takes to get things organized that would be appropriate. >> there is a wall. there's two things here.
there is a wall and you can walk back and forth. >> you would with ms-13 members >> no hate, no fear. ed: remarkable because when you talked to that one woman they said well there are rapists and drug dealers crossing the border they say well it's right and the point you made a moment ago that isn't it fascinating that this is the end of the week in which the rallies occurred in which the president was dominated the supreme court decisions that went his way now he's got another pick on the court he's going to reshape that and just the lefts anger just keeps boil ing. >> i call it the outrage olympics. they are almost trying to outdo themselves how angry they are. look they're losing. i would be upset too if i no longer controlled the supreme court, the house of representatives, the economy was booming, peace was on the horizon, a president you thought was going to do horribly is actually succeeding historically and is on the up-tick. i would also be pretty outraged
but instead they should convert that outrage into some sort of reconciliation or path forward instead of trying to demagogue the most successful president of our lifetime. what i saw yesterday in the suburbs of chicago mind you and i went there in tension alley because a different sort of protester than if i went to the streets of chicago were just very upset people that thought they were on the riotous side of this argument when in reality they were lacking facts. ed: every time they're losing it seems like they throw out the hitler card. >> also i found it really interesting says i.c.e., here welcome in. charlie great job i'm glad you were safe well done my friend. >> you bet. ed: meanwhile she calls on americans to harass trump officials and even some members of her own party denounced her but maxine waters not backing down. >> i am not about to let this country go by the way of donald trump. today i say, impeach 45. ed: more from maxine, straight
ahead. dean: mad maxine yes, plus who would do such a thing? thieves draining the bank account of the oldest man in the u.s. , a 112 year old world war ii veteran, we'll tell you how you can help, next. ed: he still smokes cigars and likes whiskey by the way. we're taking barbecue to the next level with a smoker on the plaza and it's good. >> ♪ ♪ with two times more geographic detail... ...ancestrydna can pinpoint where your ancestors are from... ...and the paths they took, to a new home. could their journey inspire yours? order your kit at ancestrydna.com.
ed: stories that inspires you and frustrates you at the same time. abby: this man is inspiring that's for sure. the oldest living man in the united states, 112 years old you could see right there, we talk about him on the show before he is a patriot he loves this country he's 112 and he had his bank accounts drained by thieves he had his identity stolen. dean: he's a world war ii veteran. he seems like such a cool guy. this story angers me. ed: and he's from austin, texas he hears what his cousin says about what went wrong. >> we were broken hearted and lost just thinking about it like how can somebody do this? we found out that this money was being used to buy a savings bond and we looked at each other like savings bonds?
knowing that we had nothing to do with that or richard had nothing to do with it but somebody else did. it can happen to anybody but richard has been such a visible person and everybody knowing him , he might be an easier target than most people. ed: there's now a gofundme page at helprichardoverton. dean: its been there for a couple years already but it had a different purpose then for expenses and things and now he needs it for everything and if anybody deserves it, it's this gentleman. ed: he was asked years ago what's the secret to living so long. he said "just keep living, don't die" and then he said do you know what helps? "cigars and god" so apparently i looked up his routine. gets up at 3:00 in the morning has a couple of cups of coffee and walks around the house to get the blood circulating and fires up one of 12 cigars a day. one of 12 and he's 112 years old abby: what an amazing man so
we've got the gofundme link on our fox & friends page so go there and please help this man out he's a patriot of this country and deserves the best it's really unfortunate what he's going through. well i do want to bring other headlines we're following starting here. an illegal immigrant could be to blame for starting a massive wildfire in colorado. a detention officer telling reuters that he is in the county illegally and will be handed over to i.c.e. the fire scorching 41,000-acres is the most active of nearly a dozen blazes in that state. also this an army national guard is hit head on killing the driver of a pick-up truck of the 26 soldiers on board nine re plain in the hospital one is severely injured. others were checked out for minor injuries. the accident is under investigation. also this. the cfj is nibbling away at traveler's patience. this time over your snacks airports across the country are reporting an increase of agents
removing food items replacing them with a separate bin for screening. it's not part of standard policy but with the recommendation that was issued last year. and henry winkler has gone fishing and he's having a blast. the happy days star posting a number of pictures online showing off plenty of fish that he caught on a summer getaway out west. the iconic actor all smiles as he shares his catch of the day and take a look at some of the commentary winkler posting this picture with the caption "her name is stacey", xo. he is still one of our favorites those are your headlines, ed andean did you make it out there in time? ed: it is hot. it is hot outside so who wants to spend your independence day standing over a hot grill? how about trying a smoker instead? dean: here with some dad gum delicious recipes to try, chef and author of dad gum. that's good too. >> hi guys so you all ready? you're right. instead of saying that and
standing in the hundred degree weather standing over that grill hang out inside your house with your family and friends and the pool and let this take care of all of the work. so here is what it's like. ed: holy smokers. >> so this is our digital electric smoker. this particular model is available at sam's club and we're going to take a burnt end boston butt bite recipe. can you all say that? we take a boston butt, we put some yellow mustard on it, we season it up, put that on to the smoker, at 45 minutes per pound and then guys we'll take one off right here and show you how amazing that recipe is. dean: that cooked so quickly. >> the magic of television so we'll take that off of the smoker. dean: how long was that in there >> 45 minutes per pound this is about a four to pound butt and this is the secret. this is not completely done just
yet. this is only to the first stage. we're going to put that into -- dean: i couldn't not eat it right now. >> you could eat it right now. it is at 160 degrees in temperature. ed: do you know how upset pete hegseth is that he took the weekend off? >> you can actually eat that right now but what you want to do is cut this up into cubes because this is where the magic starts. we take that and put it into a pan. we're going to add some butter. do you see how hot that butter is? we're going to add some butter, we're going to add some brown sugar. ed: oh, yeah. >> we're going to add some honey and we're going to add a little bit of barbecue sauce. ed: nice. >> now this is, again, my boston butt recipe that is on masterbuilt.com and we're turning that into a burnt end boston butt recipe.
once you get it to this phase right here, folks, wrap it in aluminum foil. ed: i like the idea of burning a boston butt since i'm a yankees fan. they beat us yesterday. >> we put that on the smoker. then we take this off so what we've done, folks is we've taken that amazing recipe and we took it up just another notch. ed: you should be jealous this is good stuff. dean: now we can eat this. >> now we can eat that. so that is fan fantastic. what i want folks to realize is spend time for the fourth of july. tomorrow we'll do a facebook live from 10:00 eastern time to 2:00, for four hours. we're going to show folks how to do a complete fourth of july meal. ed: that's great. check it out on facebook. >> ribs, wings, and everything.
abby: give me some of that food. that looks unbelievable. all right, thank you guys so much. coming up on the show more democrats on the left are embracing socialism including new york congressional candidate alexandria cortez. take a listen. >> i'm not going to stop until we have tuition-free public institutions for everyone. >> healthcare for every single person in america. abby: most people didn't know who she was over a week ago but now you certainly do but charles payne is here live with a warning that system does not work and the numbers he has to prove it. he's eating first though apparently but dan bongino and maria bartiromo with her exclusive interview with president trump, all live coming up. you don't want to miss it. >> ♪ ♪ (vo) this is not a video game. this is not a screensaver. this is the destruction of a cancer cell by the body's
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ed: good morning quick headlines a fiery rocket launch disaster caught on cam. wow. the japanese rocket crashing and bursting into flames you saw just seconds after takeoff. no one, thankfully was on board when the engine malfunctioned. it is the second failed launch for that company but as the president says he wants to keep on trying. and a thief breaking into kfc, through the drive-thru window. all caught on cam again. catch as he then uses a screw driver to pry open the cash register after stuffing his pockets with dough. the crook moves over to another register cops say he only made off with a small amount of cash. dean: no chicken. abby: all right socialism seeing a surge as a 28 year old whose never held office beats the fourth highest ranking house democrat with a platform calling for universal healthcare, a federal jobs guarantee and free tuition. dean: but our next guest warns
this system doesn't work. the proof in venezuela where inflation hits a record 40,000%. ed: and the man who knows cash, the man with the cash charles payne the host of making money on the fox business network joins us now. charles: good morning. ed: what in the world is going on? charles: that is just the latest proof, inflation, runaway inflation but eve over the last couple of years really the impact of socialism right in our hemisphere so we're talking just think about this in the last couple years 90% of this country living in poverty the average weight loss is 25 pounds, you know, and then it also goes to no matter how much on american politician particularly someone whose young might romanticize socialism it comes down to the ultimate game of haves versus have-nots so ordinary people have to ration toilet paper rich people have folks stand in line for them to get their things. we've got a ref refugee crisis, in fact this will surpass syria
real soon. it's awful absolutely awful and they knew this was coming and the reason i argue they knew it was coming, chavez in charge of the country before, always kept raising the pay for the military i mean significantly. the military made significantly more than anyone else, because he understood that some day the people would revolt against this dean: we have a strong military to protect. abby: are we hearing this from some of the young people as you see this 28 year old that won in queens because it's ideal or something that might sound great when you say it but they're not thinking about policy and what this affect might actually have on the country. dean: rainbows and uni- corns. charles: i think when you're young you think like this and read a few books in college and start to romanticize the notion of what fairness is and i think the other part of this is the anti-establish, she understands that what is in place right now isn't working, and that's what she does have right. particularly in new york city. consider the crisis one of our crisis we have in this city.
400,000 people mostly blacks, and other minorities and new york city public housing, mayor deblasio hid for over a decade a mold infestation, a rat infestation, a roche infestation you had women 70 years old who had to walk 20 flights to get up to their apartments because the elevators were broken for months on end, he hit this so she knows somethings wrong. that part i give her credit for she's pushing back against the establishment. unfortunately thinking the answer is socialism is a huge mistake. ed: on the other hand it's picking up steam in a way because you've got a growing number of democrats who are more mainstream saying yeah let's just abolish i.c.e. as a socialistic, and they had bernie sanders saying his ideas are taking over democratic party. charles: he is winning and again a lot is anti-establishment the same way the president trump has taken over the republican party he's not a true republican per se, all the republicans in
charge of course they've sort of fled, but here is the thing. the socialists are working hard in our high schools, colleges now working hard on trying to conceive the minds of our children and been pretty successful. abby: interesting times. dean: one of my favorites my friend. charles: thank you very much appreciate it. ed: meanwhile former president barack obama backing nancy pelosi's potential return as speaker. dan bongino says no chance. with us next hour. abby: as independence day nears we're celebrating old glory so todd piro went to a company making the american flag right here in america. >> so it's not all machines there's a key part of the process that requires good old american workers. >> oh, absolutely once they come off the machine is just the first step. psoriasis does that. it was tough getting out there on stage. i wanted to be clear.
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ed: president trump putting patriotism front and center even hosting a made in america showcase at the white house. dean: one business featured was virginia's national capitol flag company which has proudly made flags for more than 50 years. abby: just in time for independence day pod t went behind the scenes for would be of the the nation's largest flag manufactures. dean: good morning to all three of you the national capitol flag company makes flags that are every shape, color and size but more importantly they're all made right here in america. todd: we're here at the national capitol flag company to find out how to make a flag. it's not just old glory that you make here. you make a lot of flags for a lot of different organizations. >> what we do here we embroider
flags for anybody, actually. todd: what was it like to get that call from president trump that you, your company, national capital flag company one of the 50 companies recognized as a made in america company. >> i was honored i got the call that said we would like to have you come in and represent virginia in the made in america and when the president came by he looked at our flags and shook his hand and said nice job. todd: we're here at the national capital flag company joined by elizabeth. simple question, how do you make a flag? >> well for our embroidered flags it starts off in the art department and then the design goes over to the machine. todd: so it's not all machines there's a key part of the process that requires good old american workers. >> once they come off the machinist just a first step and then she will come up here and work on the blue itself. todd: a flag is one of those
thins that you see flying all the time but i don't think anybody stopped to think about what it takes to make it. it's a pretty complicated process. >> it is and we're very good at it. it looks so simple though when you see it. all you roanne sones just impressed by it. i think if you don't know about the process it's all these little bits of effort going on along the process. todd: so chances are somebody watching tv at home, they've watched a little bit of history they probably seen one of your flags? >> the other day when president trump had the king of jordan, those jordan flags behind him we made those. during the north korean summit we made some of the flags that were there. todd: what does made in america mean to you? >> made in america to me means jobs for myself and the other 17 employees here, and also, the pride that we know we've done with our own hands. todd: why is it so important for the average american just sitting at home to try at all costs to buy american. >> the sim bowl of our country and they want to make sure it's
made in america and that goes for an american car, clothes, as much as you can, it's important. todd: we seen the american flag at so many proud american moment s. last couple weeks, there's a lot of divisiveness in our country right now. you make flags. do you see the flag sort of ris ing above all of that being the symbol that we can all unite behind once again? >> i do. when people come in here we don't have the political, we don't even talk politics. we just talk about the flag. the flag itself rises above all of that. todd: isn't that such an important message in these divisive times? really that's a symbol of us. abby: todd you see that flag flying at the north korean summit amazing. you don't know the back story there. where do these flags originally come from what a great piece. dean: speaking of which, flags, obviously the topic of the day whenever we go some place we like to get something that is representative of us here at fox
& friends and so, we may or may not have asked our friends down at the national capital flag company to put together a fox & friends flag and on the 4th of july hopefully it'll arrive in time and we can reveal it then. the details and number of questions they asked us for the fox & friends flag i was just like here is the print do it and they are very very detail- oriented. ed: look forward to that. abby: i love it thank you so much todd. coming up on the show democrats stepping up their anti-i.c.e. comments. >> at this point they're focused more on toddlers than terrorists time to put an end to this cool and incompetent policy abby: coming from dick durbin the second-ranking democrat in the senate. ed: oh, my and it's the exclusive you do not want to miss. the president with maria, one on one. need i say more? maria is going to be here. don't miss it, coming up. >> ♪ ♪
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>> [chanting] abby: calls to abolish i.c.e. as protests erupt across the nation. >> "abolish i.c.e.." >> look at i.c.e. president trump: you'll have a country you're afraid to walk out of your house. abby: barack obama making a bold prediction for nancy pelosi. she quotes, we'll once again be one of the greatest speakers we ever had. >> if he's campaigning for nancy pelosi, that means he don't have a clue. >> i think it's time for an entire new generation of leadership in the democratic party. >> we are literally in the worst position of the party since the 1920s. >> i am not about to let this country go by the way of donald
trump. today, i say impeach 45. >> they keep thinking about it because they will get beaten so badly. >> ♪ ♪ ed: this show. we've got superman on the cast. dean: happy july 1. abby: i can't believe we are in july. time just flies. i feel like the older you get the faster time goes by is that a thing? ed: well let me tell you you're not very old. abby: i feel like the older i'm getting the more anxiety, maybe it's having a daughter you realize she's getting older so quickly in college before you know it. ed: college? dean: mine just graduated high school i know what you're talking about. abby: see? i was walking her to bed the other night and i actually started getting emotional and i was like i'm not going to be able to do this that much longer where she lets me hold her and
put her to sleep. dean: maybe she will. i still kiss my kid on the neck. abby: your poor kid, dad, stop. abby: he's a sweet boy and graduated. dean: going to take a gap year and hang out with me. abby: that is a great year. dean: yes i'm looking forward to it. ed: no better education. abby: good morning to all of you happy july 1 and of course it is the week of the 4th of july so we're celebrating freedom today and all week long but as always there's a lot of news to get to our own maria bartiromo is joining us later this hour she had a one on one exclusive interview with president trump and she talked about a number of things. ed: very big week think about how it started so you've got a series of supreme court decisions that go the president 's way on the travel ban, the union dues, the democrats are no longer able to grab and then justice kennedy stepping down and have to re shape the court and on friday he does this interview. abby: also the russia stuff coming up. dean: it just keeps rolling.
ed: tax cuts, and oh, by the way democrats are stepping in this issue of let's abolish i.c.e. which started as a socialistic idea basically and is now going mainstream where the center of their party is saying yeah, let's do this senators in a race for 2020 are going a race to the left basically. >> dick durbin saying what he said it's shocking. abby: that i.c.e. is basically incompetent you said he's one of the leading democrats in this senate so maria bartiromo in that interview also asked about immigration because that's such a focus of the conversation recently asked him about that and asked about the democrats and what they've been saying about i.c.e. and here is what he said. maria: 28 year old socialistic that just beat out joe crowley says abolish i.c.e. and get this more democrats are getting in line with that, today saying we need to abolish i.c.e. president trump: well i hope they keep thinking about it because they will get beaten so badly. do you know, i.c.e., these are the guys that go and take ms13 and they take them out
because they're much tougher than ms13 like by a factor of 10 and these are the ones, you get rid of i.c.e., you're going to have a country that you'll be afraid to walk out of your house i love that issue if they actually do that. ed: the president is basically saying bring it on. if you want to make this an issue in the mid-terms and the idea that say republicans would like to abolish the irs because they want to bring taxes down you want to abolish i.c.e. because you want open borders he's willing to do that. abby: by all means go out and talk about this because he feels this could be a winning issue for the republicans dean: if you weigh those two i think he wins on that one. abby: an interesting debate to have but yesterday there were protests across the country thousands of people coming out including celebrities your friends in hollywood dean, the same we've seen came out during the women's march and look protests are great in this country if you're fighting for something you leave in and there was a lot of talk about love and bringing people together but you also had dick durbin who had pretty cruel things to say about i.c.e. here is some of that yesterday.
>> our democracy is at stake. >> [applause] >> our humanity is at stake. >> we don't see our brothers and sisters who come to america for a better life as animals or thugs. >> [applause] >> we need to rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom, starting by replacing i.c.e. with something that reflects our morals. >> look at i.c.e. what a group of incompetents at this point they're focused more on toddlers than terrorists. it's time to put an end to this cruel and incompetent policy. ed: so think about it you could plug in the issue whether it was gun control rallies now immigration started out as a women's march with madonna saying let's go blow up the white house basically, and so it's playing into the president
's hands perhaps in a way because we listen to john legend one of the thins he said we're not animals well who did the president call animals? ms-13 gangs who literally carve kids up. he wasn't talking about children at the border. he was talking about gang members. dean: it always gets conflated and then all those different words to be everything that's anti-trump. abby: you're right exactly right dean because the anger you see in these protests is not necessarily about i.c.e. the original anger the root of it is with president trump, and that is there so if you are mad about our immigration system by the way, you got to be mad at our lawmakers. and both sides of the aisle. ed: yes absolutely. abby: because its been decades where they had an opportunity to come to the table and maybe negotiate things from both sides to get something real done they have yet to do that. dean: which makes it so weird so see congressman and senators going we've got to do something. you guys are the ones who are supposed to. abby: and now it's i.c.e.'s
fault. lawmakers are saying i.c.e. is to blame. for" us doing our job. ed: dick durbin said these folks are i.c.e. are incompetent. these are federal agents doing their jobs, putting their lives on the line every single day. it's a horrible thing to say. abby: i would love to have dick durbin on this couch across from some of the folks at work in i.c.e. that we've had on the show and say that very thing to their face. ed: i've got another idea put him on one side of the couch and other side of the couch put someone like courtney hacking who lost two kids and her husband in a car crash caused by an illegal immigrant. >> everybody wants to talk about the families being separated from illegal immigration and that's the hot topic but what they don't think about is that we are in america and every day, parents are separated from their children permanently by actions that are often caused by the people,
those very people, who are here illegally to begin with. it saddens me that their stories aren't getting told. ed: we'll tell those stories. abby: why aren't we protesting that and why aren't people even more fired up about those innocent lives that have been lost? i spoke to her months ago on this show. what a story she has to tell. she lost much of her family and inspiring and she's very strong when she talks about immigration and it's an important, i think, angle to the conversation that does not get enough attention. ed: it doesn't fit the narrative dean: also border patrol is the one getting people as they come across the border. it's not i.c.e. they're protesting the wrong group. ed: i.c.e. is dealing with the people already here, some illegal and trying to get the illegals out of the country. it's their job but don't tell that to maxine waters because she looks at this situation and just doubles, triples down and remember there were democratic leaders a couple weeks ago who were saying that maxine should camp down with the impeach 45. abby: does she let them?
ed: she is back and yesterday, again, stated to be an immigration rally turned it into an anti-trump rant, and rather than trying to turn the temperature down, she just turned it up. >> now, we have some members of congress who are intimidated. i have no fear. i'm in this, and i know that there are those who are talking about kicking me out of congress , talking about shooting me, talking about hanging me. >> booo. >> all i have to say is this if you shoot me you better shoot straight. there's nothing like a wounded animal. >> [applause] >> i am not about to let this country go by the way of donald trump. we are sick and tired of him. he's been there too long. they dare me to say impeach him, today i say impeach 45. >> [applause]
ed: i hope and pray she no longer gets death threats. newly-released member of congress should face that kind of threat of violence, but if it's true, that people are threatening to hang her, threatening to shoot her, to then say you better shoot straight and like almost egging it on, let's turn this down. abby: i think that it's that language that is why we are where we are today. she says president trump has been in too long. i think he's been in a year and three months. she's been talking about impeaching him from the very beginning. ed: do you know who needs to talk to him directly was steve scalise, he was shot by a supporter of bernie sanders. not necessarily bernie sanders' fault just somebody that was amp ed up said i'm targeting republican members of congress and he was shot and nearly killed but she's talking about shootings come on. dean: they were in the southern poverty law center's hate group and they came here and we're going to get this guy it's just the wrong way to go. abby: both sides everyone needs to calm down. we can have debates but that talk to get it.
ed: how has she been in congress abby: longer than a year and three months. [laughter] we do have other headlines i want to bring you starting on a very serious note. nine people have been brutally stabbed in an apartment complex overnight in boise, idaho. many victims are feared to be refugees including several children. four are in critical condition at this very hour. the 30 year old suspect was quickly taken into custody, you can see him right there. no motive has yet been determined. we'll keep a close eye on this story. also, the republican michael cloud wins a texas congressional special election by a landside. cloud, avoiding a run off in saturday's race earning abby: 55 % of the vote, he will resume the term and it expires in january. cloud says that he will run again in november. that is one. all right, well recreational marijuana now legal in two east coast states today, in massachusetts, customers 21 and
over can buy pot at licensed stores, in vermont the rules are a little more strict, marijuana users are allowed to have up to one ounce but can only smoke in private places. there is also no legal market for marijuana in vermont. dean: where you going to find that then? abby: california. ed: exactly or utah. abby: not utah. colorado. ed: several democrats meanwhile as we said rallying to abolish i.c.e., but is this really a winning message for democrats heading into the mid-terms? we're going to ask a democratic polster whose not so sure next. dean: and he was a guest on this show so many times master sargent mark evans started an incredible program sending a slice of home to our troops. he sadly passed away last year but his son is now keeping the pizza for patriots mission alive and he joins us live, coming up.
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>> we need to rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom, starting by replacing i.c.e. with something that reflects our morality. >> [applause] ed: a number of democratic lawmakers are calling for ice to be abolished but many americans are wondering how can the country stay safe without the agency and is this a winning message for democrats in the 2018 mid-terms, let's ask a democratic polster. nice to see you. >> good morning. ed: it's wonderful to have you and what do you think as a long time democratic polster i've known you and your insights to be sound. the democrats are more and more saying this is a great idea let's abolish i.c.e. and the president is basically saying bring it on because he thinks
it's a terrible idea. >> well, what we're saying is that this is an agency run completely amuk, that needs complete reform with standards, accountability and training, and as it was this morning said needs to be redone from the ground up. that said, democrats also have to reassure people that we understand there's a need for internal security and we have that. we have that with the fbi and the department of justice, we have it with the state department of consolate, we have it with border control, we have it with local law enforcement. i.c.e. is not contributing to internal security. i.c.e. is contributing to a disaster in our country that doesn't reflect our values, and they break the law as much as they enforce them. ed: wow hang on a second. that's a pretty strong statement what evidence do you have that i.c.e. breaks the law? >> it's against the law in this country to separate children from their mothers we've never had that policy. ed: will the white house disagrees with you and says that
the existing law allows for it previous presidents did not enforce that part of the law because they figured it would blow up in their face like it did for this white house but they're saying the law says the opposite of what you're saying. >> donald trump has broken so many immigration laws, immigration policies and immigration and refugee treaties that his saying that something is legal is a joke and of course continually turned back on him. ed: okay well obviously he would deny he's breaking the law he's trying to enforce the law but i don't want to get side tracks on that but i do want to quote you. you said "i worry that abolish ing i.c.e. tips the issues from humane treatment which we've seen recent days to security. etiquette the republicans are already trying to move the issue in that direction, borders need it for security. i wish we were pushing this to we need comprehensive immigration reform. i've got to say respectfully that is not what top democrats like pamela harris who want to run for president are doing. they are not saying let's reform
things like you said a moment ago in fairness. they are saying abolish i.c.e. and dick durbin is saying they are full of in competence. >> [laughter] well i think dick durbin's comment was taken out of context and of course i.c.e. as you said doesn't do border security. i.c.e. does internal immigration policy. that said, it's a very legitimate question that you're raising and that the public is going to raise, what are we doing about security and i think we need to couple our answer on abolishing i.c.e. which is a very legitimate policy. it's needed reform, and called for reform for a long time including redoing it as an independent agency, putting it in together with other agencies, but we need to couple that with a security response. ed: so pardon me but it sounds to me like you're getting at something very important which it seems to me that you may be pointing the democratic party to the idea that just running out saying let's abolish i.c.e. does not make a lot of sense either literally or politically and so you're trying to drive the
conversation in your party to how do we have security and reasonable reform of i.c.e. and other agencies? that and correct me if i'm wrong and characterizing it but that seems a lot more reasonable than senators coming out saying let's get rid of this agency that protects us. >> well this agency doesn't protect us. its been running amuck for a long time and it's very understandable after this last crisis why people want to abolish it. people have sincere questions about whether it can be reformed but i do think what we need to do is head toward comprehensive immigration reform and couple our call for abolishing i.c.e. with our reaffirmation of what we need for security. ed: i've got it but the outstanding question is how will you have that security you're talking about without an agency like i.c.e. maybe they will reform somebody new to come in we'll say in the days ahead thanks for your insight. >> thank you very much. ed: former president obama meanwhile backing nancy pelosi's potential return to speaker. dan bongino says no way he's fired up and wants to weigh in
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dean: quick sports headlines there's a new leader in the clubhouse at the quicken loans national. >> been a very patient day, just left edge maybe. >> that is a birdie birdie finish. dean: tied for the lead at 13 under with abraham answer. tiger woods, off to a good start , but now he's six shots back entering today's final round. [laughter] and three of the nba top stars already making their moves within the first few hours of free agency. i'm interested in this, paul george going back to oklahoma city. chris paul also staying put in houston, after a long playoff
run and kevin durant staying with golden state after winning another nba title. the biggest free agent of them all mr. lebron james has yet to make his decision. you know he's -- ed: paul george might are gone to the lakers with lebron staying in okc means maybe lebron has to go back to cleveland. dean: lebron is hanging out in the caribbean trying to make a decision. abby: all right, well calls to abolish i.c.e. taking center stage as a democratic rally cry. >> we need to rebuild our immigration system from top to bottom, starting by replacing i.c.e. >> look at i.c.e., what a group of incompetents. at this point they're focused more on toddlers than terrorists ed: our next guest warns there's a great danger to this message dan bongino is a former secret service agent, former nypd
officer joining us to explain and just to follow-up on this segment we just had, i have great respect for her so i don't want to trash her after she's on but it seems to me she was trying if you heard it to have it both ways and say we need to abolish i.c.e. but deputies need to find a better message where they talk about abolishing i.c.e. is a good idea we don't really know what's going to replace it. it doesn't really seem to make sense. what are you going to do to protect the country? >> yeah, i mean, calls to abolish i.c.e., ed, will lead to the abolishment of the democrat party. i mean, this has been, you and i have had this conversation on the show before. this is a gift of donald trump. i sincerely mean this. he has this unique ability to provoke a political over reaction by the democrats and i want to be clear on this. not in ideological overreaction. this is who the democrats have been for 20 years, folks, make no mistake. they've been about open borders, they've been about high taxes,
big government, government- controlled healthcare this is who the democrats are. they've just been really good at politically hiding it making themselves look like a more moderate party. the gift of trump has been to provoke a political overreaction where their political tactics have gone out the window and they are competing for each other for who can have the most radical position to see more anti-trump and that's where this outrageous abolished i.c.e. position comes from. this will not resonate anywhere outside of the coast. abby: dick durbin is joining that list from the leading democrats on the hill calls the complete agency of i.c.e. calls them incompetent. what worries me, dan, is the morale. you look at these folks that sign up to serve this country, serving as border patrol agents serving with i.c.e., they give their life to help protect this country they are doing what is being told from the very top and the way they're being treated right now the way they're being talked about i think that is something we should all stand up
and say we should not stand for this. >> you know abbey when i was a secret service agent back then it was u.s. customs, and i can tell you with a pure heart that they were some of the best agents i've ever worked with federal agents and officers of the government. if you needed help in tracking down someone whose here and committed a crime say it was a crime the secret service had perview over, counterfeiting, credit card fraud and they happened to be in the country illegally, there was no better group of people to go to. they were terrific and to talk about them as if there's some kind of a drain on our society, to make comparisons to a terrorist group, i mean again this isn't a fringe position. this is a fringe of a fringe position that should be renounced by anyone looking to maintain political credibility or a heart for that matter. dean: it certainly hurts those law enforcement agents to hear them spoken about in those terms it's shocking, but dan, obama, president obama, former president obama backs nancy
pelosi's potential return to speaker. as new polls show her favorability ratings fall to a nine-year low among democrats what do you say to that? >> you know, i'm going to shock you all a bit. obama is right. listen, nancy pelosi is apple's ing and a curse, right? the blessing with nancy pelosi for the democrats, not for us, is she's great at whipping votes she just is. the obamacare, the massive expansion of government, the stimulus under obama, you can thank nancy pelosi. it's not surprising obama would want her back but the curse part for the democrats with nancy pelosi is she simply cannot keep her foot out of her mouth. the crumbs comment. she says things that are utterly ridiculous and politically hurt the democrats at the same time, but i completely understand why barack obama would want a political tactics like her back in that position. she's really good at winning votes and keeping them in line. look the tax cut plan, guys there was not one democrat vote. the republicans can't even seem to agree on cutting government
spending outside of the freedom caucus so she does her job well. she just says sometimes things that are, you know? not good for the party. abby: she doesn't always read the reports either with healthcare she's like let's vote on it and then agree what's in it to better understand it. >> right afterwards and then talk about crumbs later on which doesn't do the party any good. ed: dan bongino, appreciate you coming in. abby: thank you, dan. >> you got it guys. abby: well many people looking to the appointment of supreme court justice anthony kennedy's successor to address abortion but during this past term there have been a number of supreme court cases involving religion so how does the high court handle that topic? our religion panel is here to weigh in on that, next. dean: that'll be interesting plus a vacation turns deadly a tour boat with americans on it erupting into flames within the bahamas. ed: wow. with an ingredient originally discovered... in jellyfish.
ed: big news this week as supreme court justice anthony kennedy announced retirement plans and democrats immediately focused on what that means for roe v. wade. >> wanted to access to safe, legal abortions, on the line. >> this is a line that's been drawn about whether we are going to criminalize women, whether we are going to be arresting women for making decisions about their
bodies. ed: during this past term the supreme court dealt with many issues involving religion including the president's travel ban and then a case involving prayer during county meetings, and the high court also ruled that a christian baker did not have to bake a cake for a same sex wedding. here to weigh in on those cases and what we might see in the future and involving religious freedom we turn to our religion panel, president of the islamic forum for democracy, father jonathan morris a fox news religion contributor of course and president of live action i want to start with you father jonathan. what do you think when you see some democrats immediately saying before the president's picked anyone, this notion that all of a sudden women are going to be thrown in jail being kim allized over their bodies? >> well obviously i think that's an exam exaggeration because i think they should be afraid of a change in the supreme court if they are for abortion because we know on
both sides that roe v. wade was bad constitutional law and secondly especially among younger generations the tide has shifted away from seeing that abortion is just a medical procedure and we now very clearly know that this is a baby , and so i think they also reunderstandably afraid. ed: i want to talk to you about the travel ban because the supreme court ruled there was not bias against muslims the president had started out talking about wanting to crack crackdown on read it call islam but it went through three different iterations and by the end was actually a small fraction of muslims around the world targeted and the court ended upsiding with him. what's the significance? >> well i think the significance is thank god the opinions weren't the majority. you read that and it was really a testimony to activists, a judiciary and in fact thankfully the majority proved that the president will be held thible to the rule of law and what he
writes in his executive orders rather than a few comments he might make on the campaign trail and it makes me fearful for what could have happened had we not had a president trump picking conservative judges that will adhere to the original intent of the constitution which is to hold to the rule of law rather than to have activist judges, because you know ed, it's irrational that a president would prohibit travel from certain countries that might be muslim majority and we basically in a collective identity policy say oh, that's anti-muslim when in fact i'll tell you there's nothing more pro-muslim than preventing terror groups than preventing islamists with ideologies that would be american from coming in, so to identify that as being anti- religious that somehow an entire country becomes identified with its religious identity is absurd when you have 50 muslim countries aren't even on that list. ed: professor under-the-radar the court didn't get as much extent as some of the other cases and declined to take a case about prayer at meetings
keeping a lower court ruling that it's unconstitutional but can't you also pray obviously to a higher power you do it on your own. >> that's a wonderful question, and we understand that the highest the closest to the constitution is separation of church and state, no god in government, but as a trauma therapist and as a teacher of religion and jewish religion in particular, we all know that this is a world filled with tremendous trauma and i see folks who are traumatized on a daily basis we watch the news and we see so much in the world that requires a faith in a higher power. it does not necessarily matter what we call that faith, that power, whether it's the god of moses and abraham or jesus or buddha, what's important is that we recognize that we're not alone in this universe and we heal better when we have faith in something that can take us to a better place. ed: lyla, what do you think about the christian baker case saying basically the baker
doesn't have to bake a cake for a gay wedding and the baker was saying i'm not discriminating against homosexuals they can come in and shop and buy things but i don't want to design a cake for a gay wedding because i'm personally opposed. >> i think the court was right to protect the baker, jack phillips, freedom. his religious belief that marriage is between a man and a woman. that's a belief that's held dear ly, it's natural marriage by major world religions and something that jack was brave to say i'm not going to use my artist are as a cake maker to design a custom wedding cake for a ceremony that i do not agree with because of my religion and because of what i believe about natural marriage and the court did the right thing to protect him against the bullying that he experienced by the colorado civil rights commission. ed: father jonathan how do you balance that as a catholic leader? i mean obviously i'm catholic and we hear on immigration for example, the church wants to be welcoming to people. i assume the church also wants to enforce the laws in this
country in the case of the baker , you want people to have religious freedom, but you also don't want people in this country to feel like they're being discriminated against that would not be the christian way either. >> i think it's always a balance like you said, but a very simple principle is that we do not want to be imposing as a country imposing our religion on anyone, imposing religious beliefs or practice on another. that's where the constitution says that's what the separation of church and state is, but religious freedom means that we have to allow other people to live it and that is sometimes uncomfortable, but that's what our constitution is. that's what's made really the american experiment as wonderful and as beautiful as it is. we do not impose religion. we do not establish one religion over the other but we allow people to live freely. ed: your thoughts on that? >> absolutely religious liberty is what makes america what we are and why i think we have a much stronger position against radical islam and all the other
infiltrations. the left hipocracy of using muslims as a minority for identity policies and then rejecting that first freedom of religious liberty exposes their hipocracy and rejects the founding fathers intent of who we are as americans. ed: professor what do you think about this issue that popped up and the president talked about it with maria bartiromo about there not being a litmus test on roe v. wade? >> i think that we have to remember as a jewish philosopher , i actually say to all my students that we are made in the image of god and that therefore that god is inside of each and every one of us so not having a litmus test on roe v. wade what we need to do is recognize that the god is inside of each and every one of us. ed: lyla, 30 seconds for you obviously the only woman on the panel i started this conversation talking about democrats saying what's going to happen is roe v. wade will be
overturned and women will see the criminal station of their bodies. what do you say to that? >> roe v. wade does no favor to women. it was poorly decided and refused to recognize life in the womb and pitted mothers against their children and has created 60 million deaths by abortion in this country since, and the pain that women and fathers have experienced, so i think i look forward to an appointment by the president of a justice that would protect human rights in the womb and understand and see that life, the protection of human life is something that our constitution would uphold. ed: we've got just about everybody included on this sunday morning we appreciate all of your insights. thank you. ed: meanwhile another big story house intel chair devon nunes wants more than a dozen fbi and doj officials to testify about alleged fisa abuse. our next guest says robert mueller needs to be in the hot seat as well. tom fitton will explain the details next, and is the interview already getting a lot
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morning? >> mueller's operation is one of the most secretive i can remember, i've been doing this for 20 years and it's difficult to get basic information about what he's been up to and it's not just the normal special counsel operation. it was in my view corruptly conceived with a leak by james comey to the new york times that comey admitted was designed to get a special counsel appointed and now we know the russia investigation had these corrupt origins with this fbi bias and peter strzok wanting to stop the president, this clinton dnc dossier he talks about which were withheld from the fisa court and then on top of that once it became public that strzok had anti-trump bias mueller removed him from his operation four months before the public knew about it, so i think that it's fair to ask mr. mueller what it is he's doing, why is it, are there any concerns he had about the way the investigation was setup, were there any concerns he had about strzok's bias and what about the bias of his own team,
why can't he find any registered republicans that work on his team to reassure the american people that at least there's no bias there. abby: a lot of good questions and the frustration continues to heat up on the hill, as you know , for members who are continuing to ask the doj and the fbi to hand over documents especially those early days of this russia investigation. here is a statement from the doj they say doj officials tell fox news they have informed hp sei and ssci, their members and cleared staff can view the documents and the doj recently provided to the gang of eight related to the russia investigation, nunes has been pushing for these to be provided to all hp sei members instead of just the gang of eight. so they're saying look we're giving more information over but they're still upset about the timing why are we getting these documents faster and why aren't more people able to see them. >> well those are the people who can read them but can't talk about them. when you limit them to the gang of eight it's i would presume classified and when they're over
ly classifying information, it prevents that information from getting out to the american people. look, the justice department and the fbi have a dog in the fight they want to protect the mueller investigation i don't think they can be trusted to fairly investment whether documents are released about that investigation was setup the targeting of president trump during the obama administration so congress is right to push back on the documents. we're suing for these same documents in federal court so maybe the federal courts will intervene and i encourage always the president to step in and release the documents. he has the ultimate right and authority to get them out there. ed: tom fitton a story that continues to heat up. abby: a long road ahead it sounds like. dean: seattle police officers are leaving the force in big numbers many reportedly citing frustrations over the cities politics. we'll talk to a frustrated officer next hour. abby: and he was a guest on this show so many times. master sargent mark evans started an incredible program
sending a slice of home to our troops and he sadly passed away last year. his son though, he is here and he's telling us how he is keeping the pizza for patriots mission alive and well. ed: who can't get behind that. abby: that's coming up next. ancestrydna makes over 10 million new family connections, every day. that's more ways to discover new relatives. people who share your dna. and maybe a whole lot more. order your kit at ancestrydna.com [ drum roll ] ...emily lapier from ames, iowa. this is emily's third nomination and first win.
abby: ten years ago air force veteran master sargent mark evans launched pizza for patriot s an amazing organization that sends a slice of home to our troops serving overseas. ed: master sargent evans became a great friend of this show, but sadly he passed away in september, here are some moments from his visits to fox & friends that we will never forget. >> this morning we look at what's called pizza for patriots
>> it's such an amazing thing that you do master sargent mark evans. >> how does it start. how does it happen? >> it started at my dinner table two years ago on the 4th of july my son said we were eating chicago deep dish pizza and he said could we ship some there do they have it there and i said no they don't but we could do that. >> it's a slice of home for our troops they need to know we're here. >> i met a troop the other day flying here and i said did you have the pizza on the 4th and he says yeah, i had the pizza and i said i'm the guy. he said thank you so much. it's just a shear miracle we can take care of the groups. >> well it's been great to have you many years. >> happy birthday america. >> master sargent mark evan's son is continuing this with pizza for patriots kent evans joins us now. >> thank you well first and foremost want to thank everyone here on fox news network for always stepping up and
helping facilitate the awareness that we need in order to make this organization thrive. >> we miss your dad but we're glad the legacy continues very nice to be here as well. abby: it started back in 2008 and by the way you look just like your dad. he raised a great son and you're continuing to keep this mission alive so tell us what it's all about and how people can help. >> well, so we started this back in 2008. we've shipped roughly 17 6,000 pizzas over to iraq and afghanistan, kuwait and other areas in the middle east. we've been doing a little restructuring within the organization so this 4th of july , we are not shipping over to the middle east. we plan on shipping overseas for super bowl after super bowl sunday to have the troops they all get to have access to watching the big game, so eating a slice of pizza in the desert watching the game with your brothers is just -- ed: a slice of home. dean: do service members get pizza over there generally? >> no, no they don't. generally, they're out there
eating dust every day all day for days. abby: it means so much. dean: i've seen those guys get things from home unbelievable. ed: artichoke pizza in new york city. we'll share it with some of our folks here. abby: how can we help? >> people can go to our website and donations and donations really are the only thing that keep this thing running is the american people. the support of the american people that really keep this going, and this 4th of july we are doing 40, hosting 40 parties within the nation at veterans facilities, ptsd clinics and long term care facilities and we've hosted 650 parties in the united states at veterans facilities, to men just getting back and also our older veterans ed: keeping your fathers memory alive. >> thank you. ed: you took the wrong weekend off pete hegseth. i'm just telling you that.
calls to abolish i.c.e. as protests erupt across the nation. >> abolish i.c.e.! >> these folks are going to walk into the streets today to make that point. look at i.c.e., what a group of incompetence. >> you are going to have a country that you are going to be afraid to walk out of your house. >> president trump says he will be picking a supreme court nominee on july 9th. he's now narrowed his previous list of 25 potential nominees to just five. >> i'm putting conservative people on. i'm very proud of neil gorsuch. he's been outstanding. >> it is hot outside. we're here with some delicious recipes, ribs, wings.
♪ >> this is senior producer's favorite song choice of the morning. she's one of the very best on the show. >> she's fantastic. >> she does a great job. we love her to death. she should pick our music all the time. >> fantastic. >> who is better than maria? >> name it. >> everybody's waiting to find out what you sat down and spoke to the president about. us included. we have seen little snippets and bits. it is on the tip of everybody's tongue. >> thank you very much. >> what an interview. we can't wait to see it on your show coming up soon. of course on everyone's mind is immigration and the rhetoric is heating up especially among democrats which used to be more left-leaning abolishing i.c.e. is now becoming more mainstream. you asked the president directly about that.
here's what he had to say back to you. >> 28-year-old socialist says abolish i.c.e. and get this more democrats are getting in line with that. christian gillibrand today saying we need to abolish i.c.e. >> i hope they will keep thinking about it because they will get beaten so badly. these are the guys that go in and make ms 13 and they take them out because they are much tougher than ms 13 by like a factor of 10. you get rid of i.c.e., you are going to have a country that you will be afraid to walk out of your house. i love that issue if they are going to actually do that. >> maria, you can boil that answer down to three words. bring it on. >> exactly. this issue has become so crazed. the skeptics and the detractors of this president calling to abolish i.c.e. we all know that we want immigration enforcement. it's absolutely outrageous that you would actually take from what has -- taken place at the border to actually just completely abolish i.c.e., it's an indication of how far left
the actual democratic party has gone. then you can see that from the recent win in new york. they really -- it really has been hijacked by the extremes. >> you want to get rid of it, then what? that's the big question. >> the president signed an executive order to make sure not to separate children from their families. that's out there. >> you don't hear about that much. >> all you hear about is abolish i.c.e. by the left. i think this is also what he says important to remember going into the november elections, because if that i do just continue resist, resist, resist, let's abolish law and foorder - ord order -- >> by the way, the president said i want to protect law enforcement and the folks who are doing their jobs, but the leadership like james comey lost their way and became political. flip it around on i.c.e., you have democratic leaders going after federal agents at i.c.e. and calling them yes, incompetent. here's dick durbin.
>> look at i.c.e., what a group of incompetents, at this point they are focused more on toddlers than terrorists. instead of deporting felons, they want to deport families that are being persecuted by criminal gangs instead of focusing on bad drugs coming in and dirty drug money from going out they are focusing on separating kids from their families. it is to time to put an end to this cruel and incompetent policy >> this is an agency that was created after 9/11 to go after terrorists. >> they work so hard protecting this country and enforcing legal immigration. you made such a good analogy to the fbi. that's exactly right. right now you know what's taken place in the 2016 election. you saw the incredible bias. we know what happened. the american people are not stupid and yet they tried to turn the president calling that out into him insulting all of the agents, which wasn't the case at all. so again, i think this is going to be an issue that comes up during the election. voters will remember it.
and unless the left starts respecting the law and order, i think voters get upset. i think people want borders and they want certainly enforcement of legal immigration. we will see. abby: they want safety. what a week to sit down with the president. so much happened last week. immigration was just part of it. then you had the supreme court news. anthony kennedy announcing his retirement. now the big question is who will they pick to replace him? you asked the president about that and specifically on the issue of roe versus wade. here's what he said. >> are you going to ask your nominees beforehand how they might vote on roe versus wade? >> that's a big one and probably not. they are all saying don't do that. you don't do that. you shouldn't do that. but i'm putting conservative people on. and i'm very proud of neil gorsuch, he has been outstanding. his opinions are, you know, so well written, so brilliant, and i'm going to try and do something like that, but i don't think i'm going to be so
specific. >> on the campaign trail, the president talked about roe v. wade, and we know that one of the reasons that this president was so popular with a big mass of people is because they believed he would make changes to the supreme court as well as federal judges. he's getting a lot of high marks on his picks for the supreme court, obviously gorsuch, and the federal judges across the board. yesterday i asked him about what it would mean for the states, you know, during the campaign trail, he said look, maybe, leave it to the states, it's probably going to be left to the states, he really was very careful in terms of his wording on this. he recognizes this is a lightning bolt issue, and he just said it, he's not going to ask his nominees how they feel about roe v. wade, so all of this hysteria when kennedy first announced, is i think a little overdone. abby: leonard leo obviously advises the president, an outside advisor to trump on judicial selections.
he was on fox news sunday i think this morning and here's what he said about the issue of roe v. wade. >> the fact of the matter is that roe v. wade is a very major precedent in america. and for 36 years people have been talking about it being overturned. it was an issue with sandra o'connor, david suitor, anthony kennedy, all of whom people said would overturn roe v. wade. no president is particularly good about speculating about this thing and nobody is. so i don't think at the end of the day, it's about roe v. wade. it's about -- it's about having judges on the court who are going to interpret the constitution the way it is written. and part of interpreting the constitution is taking into account major precedence and that's going to happen. >> people are really going to make it about roe v. wade, if they can. >> they are going to make anything they can about anything they want to make it about, that they think is going to be a fiery issue for the public >> that's a fiery one. >> attend of the day -- at the end of the day, all of this is about president trump and all of this is about the left wants and
desires to get him out. you saw maxine waters yesterday just basically say impeach again. they are all about resist. that's going to hurt them. i feel like most people i know, most people in the country, in america, are sort of hanging out in the middle. you might lean to the right on some issues and lean to the left on other issues but you are hanging out in the middle. that's what this president has done. that's why he has support on the right and on the left. >> he's moving this way, he's moving that way. >> exactly. he did say he's going to do this quickly. another question i asked him in regard to that story was are you going to be able to put your nominee in place before the midterm elections? because you know, this is going to be one of the most consequential midterm elections that we have seen ever, and he said yeah we're going to do it quickly. he said july 9th. i suspect he will get some democratic folks. >> so much going on that we have spent 7, 8 minutes talking about the interview. we haven't gotten to your specialty which is the economy. let's do that. people are dying to know what he
said about taxes. here's what he said. >> are you looking for phase 2 tax breaks? >> we will be doing a phase 2, probably in october, maybe sooner than. that it will be more of a middle class. one of the things we're thinking about bringing the 21% down to 20, the rest of it will go towards the middle class. >> he says he wants it done by october, is that realistic? and nancy pelosi said i want to take away phase 1 and schumer likely to block anything. or are they hoping that they will have to let phase 2 go through? >> whatever happens, if you do this and bring up this conversation, september, october, that's obviously very strategic, right before the midterm elections. so i don't know that they could actually get it done, a new phase 2 tax plan before november, but just having that conversation, the president says look, we're going to try to get
something on the books by october so that conversation is alive. bringing the corporate rate down from 21 to 20 percent would be a positive. the corporate rate coming down from 35 to 21 percent did unleash animal spirits but even more significant out of this white house is the president's rollback in regulation. when president obama was in place, the number of federal registry pages was up to 97,000. that is equivalent to 15 king james bibles. okay? then he came in and he said started rolling back regulations, eliminating the red tape. jamie dimon, ceo of jp morgan chase he said i wanted to make an investment in the bridge that connects staten island to new jersey he said i wasn't going to get -- they said we can't do this until 13 years. 13 years it was going to take. why would anyone invest in infrastructure if it is going -- you are not going to get a return for 13 years? rolling back that regulation was critical. i think they will be having this conversation, talking about it, trying to move something forward
in october. i don't know if -- >> there's another point where the president talks about opec and oil prices? >> do you think somebody is manipulating this market -- >> 100% opec is and they better stop it because we're protecting many of those countries. opec is manipulating, and you know they allowed less than we thought last week. they have to put out another 2 million barrels in my opinion because we don't want that happening. don't forget the one negative to the iran deal is you're going to lose a lot of oil and they have got to make up for it. who is their big enemy? iran. okay? you think of it. iran is their big -- they are going to have to do it. i have a very good relationship with the king and with the crown prince of saudi arabia and the others around, and they will to put out more oil. >> breaking news yesterday with saudi arabia. >> right after the president said that saudi arabia comes out and says they will be pumping out more oil. >> they didn't say the exact
number. the exact number was a little bit questionable, but yeah immediately. >> also got into iran and north korea, a lot of domestic issues as well. we had a great interview. i'm looking forward to it in about 45 minutes you will see it. abby: did you ask about trade and the concerns about how well the economy is doing and how people feel unsettled if we do have a trade war, what that will mean for our economy? >> we did talk about trade. the most important issues in terms of economic growth and where things go. the president was very clear and he was clear when he first took office, three pillars to his economic strategy, lowering taxes, rolling back regulation and changing trade deals. he is insisting on changing these trade deals to make it more fair, reciprocal trade. somebody said to me in order to make some scrambled eggs, sometimes you have to break some eggs. that's the way it is. we are going to have a period where there's a lot of uncertainty. he's in negotiation mode. >> it is sunday morning. nobody breaks eggs better than maria bartiromo.
>> looking forward to that. abby: you can see the full interview sunday morning futures at 10:00 a.m. thank you. >> thank you very much. ed: this weekend's nationwide immigration protests come more than a year after the woman's march dominated headlines. what ever came of those marchs? will this movement see the same results? tammy bruce is here to weigh in. is this really about antitrump marches? not about specific issues. we will talk about it. do you know why we celebrate independence day? sadly not everyone does. >> why do we celebrate the 4th of july? >> um -- >> what's the significance of 1776? >> christopher columbus.
since that notorious women's march in d.c., liberal activists and celebrities taking on the streets once again this time over immigration policies. but whatever became of the women's march, and will the same thing happen here? fox contributor tammy bruce joins us now to react. >> you all remember those women's marches. we were here reporting on it as they were going on. what did come of those? >> you know, at this point, apparently only an ad for the republican party for the g.o.p. you know, you had madonna calling for the bombing of the white house effectively. and it really there was no cohesive message, if you will. it was really just against trump. and that's fine. look, i come from the left. i like organizing. i think there's power in organizing. and that's great. but when we were doing it, i think the case is still the situation here, where you're looking to get enthusiasm and to get e-mails and to raise money. that's what you are seeing. i think that obviously most americans when they elected trump, it was about policy. it was about it's enough about
emotions and marches and/or riots, you know, rage, this is about what are we going to do to get the future fixed? not just for the republicans, but for everyone. we've seen that now unfold for the american people. lowest unemployment rate for women in history, for hispanics, for blacks, tax cuts, etc., this is what we see for the future of ourselves and our family. and if the democrats are going to move into that framework, it needs to be more than about rage and about generic marches or even marches on issues -- look, women's issues are important to everyone; right? but women's issues are everyone's issues. the same with the border, the issue of families, what we do for national security, so even the current issues matter to all of us. abby: and be clear about solutions that you think can help move us forward. >> that's right. abby: these protests, you are exactly right it is what makes this country great. we're able to get out on the streets and talk and scream about things that we're passionate about. that is wonderful. we should always support that.
i looked at the marches yesterday on immigration and at the core of it, though, is this hatred as you are saying for president trump. because a lot of what we are dealing with today and the challenges that we see, we saw under former president obama. where was the anger then? where were the protests at that point? >> that's what tells you the core of what is happening here. this is about -- and i think there's a couple of poll numbers that tell you what maybe frightened the democratic party into feeling they needed to do this. in the last month, according to a pollster, previously for president clinton's administration, for harvard harris came out and showed in the last month that the support for the president by hispanics rose 10 points. it rose amongst democrats by 4 points. so they are looking for an issue that might generate enthusiasm for the midterm elections. but interestingly, when it comes to even this issue, the american people aren't being moved by this argument. the abolish i.c.e. argument is an example.
69% of the american people are against that idea. and that includes 59% of the democrats. so this is i think trying to find an issue that really all americans actually agree with already, which is keeping families together, but it is more about being compassionate and securing the border, while the president's approval ratings have stayed steady in the midst of all of this as well. abby: it seems a real disconnect at times with what the celebrities are preaching out there and these protests and what many americans actually feel in this -- >> it is politics and not policy that they are moving and that's not a winner. abby: important point. thank you for being here. happy sunday. seattle police officers are leaving the force in big numbers many of them frustrated over the city's politics. we will talk to one of those frustrated cops coming up next. plus, who would do such a thing? thieves draining the bank account of the oldest man in the u.s., 112-year-old world war ii veteran. we all know he's a patriot. we're going to tell you how you can help this man, coming up.
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abby: we are back with some quick headlines. we begin with extreme weather. flash flooding wreaks havoc across the midwest, killing a man in iowa overnight. the rushing waters sweeping away a 65-year-old when getting out of his stalled van. the storm's knocking out power to about 20,000 people. the severe thunderstorms are moving through wisconsin, illinois, and michigan today. also this, tensions boiling out of control as right wing activists clash during a conservative march in portland.
antifascist pelting eggs, water bottles and even firecrackers. several arrests were made. the conservative group was marching in support of its founder joey gibson who is now running for u.s. senate. ed: seattle police officers are fleeing the force right now many of them reportedly frustrated with the city's politics. dean: some young patrol officers don't feel appreciated. our next guest calls this a mass exodus that could affect safety. ed: here with insight vice president of the seattle police officer's guild rich o'neill. we appreciate you coming in and appreciate your service. >> great thanks for having me. ed: how much of this is normal retirement, lack of retention, people rotating out of the force and how much of this is a deep frustration that they are either being disrespected or they are just upset about the politics there in seattle? >> well, you know, we've always had officers leave for retirement. that's normal. it is called normal attrition.
but in my 38 years, i have never seen anything like what we're seeing right now. that is young officers, you know, experienced officers, you know, 3 to 10 years on, they are kind of just hitting their stride, and they're leaving, and they are leaving for other local agencies who are luring them away because they are fed up with the politics, with the conditions, and with the lack of support. and it's just a number of issues that are just weighing down on them. as we talked to them, they just said we're fed up. dean: they are not saying they are leaving law enforcement they just don't want to do it there where they are not appreciated by their city council or other political members. they also havent gotten a raise in four years but the city council has given themselves a raise and some other politicians have. >> they are working out without a contract. haven't had a raise in over four years. but the city of seattle is booming. the economy is booming, you know, with all of the -- we've had an explosion of population, and yet the number of officers
on the street are pretty much the same as the 1970s which is just alarming. but, you know, these officers see more and more money being thrown into social programs, and the conditions on the street are things that i haven't seen in my 38 years. ed: so the police department will not surprise you we reached out to them and they say it is not a mass exodus, it is normal attrition as we spoke about a moment ago, you obviously disagree with that, but talk about the stakes you believe for people in a city like seattle and whether this could happen in other cities if local politicians are playing politics and officers start fleeing. >> well, you know, seattle is a beautiful city. you know, the mountains and the water, and i've just seen a change, and i have never seen the conditions like they are on the streets. we have encampments. we have tents. we have open air drug markets in many neighborhoods. just recently, our firefighters have complained to city leaders that it's getting dangerous for them, that they go into some of these encampments and they are
assaulted. it's just -- it's a same what's happened. >> are these encampments of homeless people? we have seen this in parts of california, san francisco, in particular, just disgusting conditions in the street. what's happening in these encampments so we understand the context? >> well, it is just like lawlessness. i mean these are many people who as our officers encounter them, they don't want shelter, they don't want help. you know, they want to live there where they can have their guns and their drugs and their needles and just not be bothered, but they are, you know, bothering a lot of citizens and even attacking some of our firefighters, and of course our police officers have to go in like you say the disgusting conditions. >> first responders shouldn't have to deal with that. >> they shouldn't, neither should law enforcement not be appreciated. when you are in trouble, you will call law enforcement. i joined myself as a reserve police officer in idaho. i support or men and women and i know how important that morale
is for them. they are reacting with their feet, are they not? >> absolutely. they are leaving. it is very hard nowadays to find people who want to be police officers with all the anti-police rhetoric that's out there. and, you know, the economy is very great. unemployment is low. so it's difficult to find officers, and when you get a good candidate, and they become a police officer, and you just like i said they are hitting their stride in years 3 to 10, and now they are leaving for other agencies, it makes it unsafe because less officers on the street make it unsafe for the public. ed: we appreciate you standing up for the men and women in blue. >> my pleasure. ed: in just days the president will nominate his pick to replace supreme court justice kennedy. his first pick was to replace the late justice scalia. one of his sons christopher is here to discuss the president's next nomination. dean: we are taking barbecue to the next level with a smoker on
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>> christopher columbus. >> civil war. >> close. >> the end of slavery? >> dean's neighbors, dean's friends at santa monica in california. >> come on, guys, read a book, do something. i know it is beautiful out there. everybody is in shape. we saw that. but study a little bit. abby: how much time they spend working out and drinking those green juices, you could take a little bit of that and read a history book. dean: 1776, really? ed: what do you think about this? michael e-mails this makes me cry. can you believe washington, d.c. actually wants to lower the voting age to 16? good point. abby: this comes from doug, says too many young people are ignorant about american history because it is not taught in schools. you know, i actually was looking at twitter. after they watched we played it earlier on the show. they said it makes me really upset and sad. this is something that's quite serious. this is the next generation of people. ed: we kind of joke about it and this is our history.
dean: i'm a history major. it hurts my feelings tremendously. abby: at princeton. dean: i was there a couple decades before. i'm much older than pete. ed: elitist. abby: keep sending us your thoughts on that. headlines, the left calling to abolish i.c.e. as massive protests erupt across the nation. one top senate democrat taking it one step further senator dick durbin insulting the agency as incompetent. >> look at i.c.e. what a group of incompetents. at this point they are focused more on toddlers than terrorists. abby: -- was in charge of i.c.e. homeland security investigations in san antonio and he joined us earlier on the show. here's what he had to say. >> he could get a mouth full of what i.c.e. and hsi does. i think it is irresponsible considering that these agents place their lives. we have agents that have lost
their lives in the performance of their duties. abby: san francisco new york and chicago were among several major cities holding the rallies. a factory worker is accused of killing 21 coworkers by poisoning their food. german police believe that the 56-year-old man laced their lunch with poison over the last 18 years. many of the victims dying of heart attacks and cancer, likely caused by the toxic substance. one employee has been in a coma now for two years. the suspected killer was finally caught after officials looked at security footage when another coworker noticed the powdered substance on his food. unbelievable story. a tour boat explosion claims a life at sea in the bahamas. the blast sending six plumes of smoke pouring into the sky. the charter was carrying 12 people including 10 americans. nine of them were injured.
early reports say that a boat engine caught fire, but this cause is still under investigation. and the identity theft targets the nation's oldest world war ii veteran. overton's bank account was drained. his social security and banking account numbers were used to buy savings bonds. the texas family says a significant amount of money was stolen. the bank is helping the veteran get it all back. overton was at pearl harbor just after the japanese attack. a go fund me for overton has now raised more than $400,000. of course we have that information and the go fund me site on our fox & friends page. please help this patriot out. we appreciate it. let's go outside to ed for some more yummy barbecue. ed: we have been celebrating freedom frankly with some fireworks on top of the show and then eating. an american tradition, barbecue.
>> happy 4th. so instead of standing over the grill and worrying about the recipes, we're going to show you how to do a great 4th of july rib recipe. this is our digital electric smoker. we're going to take all of the guesswork, everything out of the intimidation and smoke your recipe super easy. are you ready? dean: i had no idea you could smoke the ribs like that. that's really cool >> see? we have been eating all morning with these folks back here. dean: these smokers have to be outside. >> absolutely. we're going to take your favorite rub and put it on your ribs. we have the membranes pulled off. this is a great sweet barbecue rub. dean: remove the membrane. >> put that on your smoker. always put your new food on the bottom. we're going to set the smoker to 225 degrees and smoke those ribs for three hours. dean: three hours later here you
go. >> three hours later, some butter, brown sugar and some honey. we're going to put it in an aluminium foil. that's going to give you a little bit of sweet flavor to those ribs. we're going to wrap this completely up in aluminium foil and put it back on the smoker. we're then going to take that, smoke it for one more hour. dean: three hours now? >> three hours and then one hour wrapped and that is super hot. let's get rid of that right there. we're going to show you how to take that rib -- dean: i can confirm it's good. >> yes, i can confirm it. >> you are going to see results? this smoker is exclusively at sam's club. again, it is the master built digital smoker. it allows you to smoke your recipe and -- ed: this is empty. we're eating it up. >> is it good? >> yes! >> we did smoked mac and cheese
as well. dean: you can smoke mac and cheese? that's hot. smoking hot mac and cheese >> all of these recipes are available on master built.com. that's worth the price of admission, folks. [laughter] >> that is a cheesy mac and cheese little lava right there. >> butter in there? >> let master built help you do your recipes. tomorrow morning from 10:00 to 2:00 eastern time we're going to do a master built facebook live. show folks how to do this recipe from start to finish. >> johnny, thank you. abby: my mouth is actually watering. bring me in some of that. that looks unbelievable. in just days president trump will nominate his pick to replace supreme court justice anthony kennedy. president trump's first pick for the high court was to replace late justice scalia. his son christopher is here with what his father would want in the next justice. you don't want to miss that interview. also a proud american tradition, an inside look at a
company that makes all its american flags right here in the usa. >> save one! one left! there you go. hi.i just wanted to tell you that chevy won a j.d.power dependability award for its midsize car-the chevy malibu. i forgot. chevy also won a j.d. power dependability award for its light-duty truck the chevy silverado. oh, and since the chevy equinox and traverse also won chevy is the only brand to earn the j.d. power dependability award across cars, trucks and suvs-three years in a row. phew. third time's the charm...
dean: quick headlines the tsa is nibbling away at travel's patience. airports across the country are reporting increase of agents removing food items and placing them in a separate bin for screening. tsa won't be taking this new snack hitting the market tomorrow, donut fries. dunkin donuts rolling out the treats after testing them in boston earlier this year. they are selling five sweet fries for $2. abby? abby: that sounds really good. too much money for just five little fries.
president trump set to name his supreme court nominee to replace justice anthony kennedy on july 9th. this will be his second supreme court pick to the first neil gorsuch was named to replace the late justice antonin scalia. ed: he served nearly 30 years nominated by president reagan in 86 when his son christopher was just 10 years old. christopher is all grown up. he went on to edit his father's book "scalia speaks". he joins us now. good morning mr. scalia. >> good morning. thank you for the compliment. it is nice to be called a grown up. >> we all pretend. >> we know you have a large family. everyone still misses justice scalia. we want you to know that his legacy still burns bright. we are wondering what you think about the president's pick? >> thank you very much for those kind words. for the president's pick, i'm confident that based on his court picks so far, of the lower federal courts, as well as justice gorsuch, he's going to pick somebody who interprets laws and the constitution as
they were written, as they were understood at the time of their passage, rather than according to their own policy preferences. i think that's the really important point that my father came back to again and again, including in his speeches, that judges aren't there to say what the law should be, but what the law actually is, as it was -- as they were passed. abby: yeah, this is obviously an emotional thing for any family to go through. you are one of the few that had to experience this with your own family. walk us through as the president's deciding his pick, and whoever that ends up being, what that family will experience in this process. it is a huge job, the most important job as a judge you can do in this country. help people understand what that means for a family. >> well, it's chaotic, certainly. i would -- as you said, i was only so years old when it happened -- 10 years old when it happened. i didn't really know what was going on. i just knew that dad was on the tv all of a sudden and there were a lot of cameras outside my house all of a sudden waiting for him to come home. you know, it was a whirlwind.
it was exciting but i didn't really understand what it meant until i was a little bit older. but you know, for whichever family goes through this, i would recommend that they be prepared to, you know, smile when the cameras are on them and be prepared to, you know, hear some nasty things said about your mother, your father that usually are not going to be true. abby: your dad was 97 to 0, i'm not sure that would be the case this time. >> 98 to 0, don't sell him short. yeah. >> 98. >> this is something i don't think would happen today. he knew that very well. he used to explain that confirmation hearings have gotten so much more intense now because the public unfortunately expects different things from judges than they really should. judges aren't supposed to as i said earlier determine what the best law is. that wasn't their role. alexander hamilton in the federalist papers warned that once the judiciary becomes blended with the other branches, liberty is threatened.
that's why we see confirmation battles being so heated now because the role of judges has been confused a little bit. ed: liberty is a word that sums up what your father fought his whole career for. on behalf of all the american people, very nice to talk to you on the eve of the 4th of july because like i said at the top, his legacy burns bright. i was right. i said he's all grown up. you proved that. you did a great job. appreciate having you on. >> thank you very much. abby: up next a proud american tradition ahead of independence day. >> we sent todd out to get an inside look of a flag company right here in the old usa. [music playing] [beep] [beep] [beep] our members shop a little differently. so we reward every purchase.
dean: president trump making national pride a focal point even hosting a made in america showcase at the white house. ed: one of the businesses features at the white house was virginia's national capitol flag company which proudly makes the american flag and has done that for over 50 years. abby: we got a behind the scenes look with a look at how a flag was made. a great thing to check out >> so amazing guys. the national capitol flag company makes flags of every size shape and color, but most importantly they are made right here in america. >> we're here at the national capitol flag company to find out how to make a flag. it's not just old glory that you make here. you make a lot of flags for a lot of different organizations.
>> what we do, we embroider flags for anybody actually. >> what was it like to get that call from president trump that you, your company one of the 50 companies recognized as a made in america company? >> i was honored. got the call basically said we would like to have you come in and represent virginia in made in america. when the president came by, he looked at our flags and shook his hand and said nice job. >> we're here at the national capital flag company, joined by elizabeth. elizabeth, simple question, how do you make a flag? >> well, for our embroidered flags starts off in the art department. the design goes over to the machine. >> so it is not all machines, there's a key part of the process that requires good old american workers. >> once they come off the machine, that's first step. she's going to come up here and trim along the blue as well. >> flags are one of those things
that you see flying all the time, but i don't think anybody stopped to think about what it takes to make it. >> it's a pretty complicated process. >> it is. and we're very good at it. it looks so simple, though, when you see it. all you are is just impressed by it. i think if you don't know about the process. it is all these little bits of effort, you know, going on, all along the process that's contributing to the final finished product. >> chances are somebody watching tv at home, they have watched a little bit of history. they've probably seen one of your flags. >> the other day when president trump had the king of jordan in, those jordan flags behind him, we made those. during the north korean summit, we made some of the flags that were there. >> what does made in america mean to you? >> made in america to me means jobs for myself and the other 17 employees here and also the pride that we know we've done it with our own hands. >> why is it so important for the average american just sitting at home to try at all costs to buy american? >> the symbol of our country and they want to make sure it is
made in america. and that goes for -- i drive an american car, clothes, as much as you can, it is important. >> we've seen the american flag at so many proud american moments. last couple of weeks, there's a lot of divisiveness in our country right now. you make flags. do you see the flag sort of rising above all that and being the symbol we can all unite behind once again? >> i do. when people come in here, we don't ask their political leanings. we don't even talk politics. we just talk about the flag. the flag itself rises above all of that. >> couldn't say that better myself. what's interesting about the owner al there, he was a firefighter and worked part time at this flag company, but over the course of time, ended up becoming full time there, buying it, taking it over. he went from one aspect of being a real patriot as a firefighter to now being a patriot making flags. >> nice american story. you know what i mean? >> it's amazing. they made fox & friends a special surprise that you are going to announce on the show on the 4th of july on wednesday.
>> there's the video of us picking aulg the -- picking all the colors and shapes. we will have it on set on wednesday. can't wait. abby: what a great piece. thank you for bringing that to us. >> dean cain, would you like to read the inscription? dean: i'm a super man. [laughter] abby: we're back after this.
abby: she's going to other things. we love you. thank you for what you have done. ed: send us your proud american pictures too. happy 4th a little early. good sunday morning now my exclusive sit-down interview with president trump. the president talks tough on trade, slams the democrats over immigration and their push to abolish i.c.e. and he hints at who he may nominate to be the next supreme court justice. good morning, everyone. thank you very much for joining me this morning. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures". justice kennedy announces his retirement, sparking a fierce political battle on capitol hill and across the country about his replacement. president trump now getting another historic opportunity to reshape the high court and affect key issues including roe versus wade. we will hear what the president has to say about ke