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jillian: this is "fox and friends first". happening at 4:00 am putting pressure on the press. >> for the sake of our national security the new york times should publish his name at once. heather: op-ed outrage growing as donald trump slams the new york times author, and pressing brett kavanaugh overall emails as cory booker drops confidential files.
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what is next for the president's supreme court pick. throwing a flag at nike and getting a new athletic wardrobe. "fox and friends first" starts right now. ♪ ♪ what's wrong with being confident ♪ what's wrong with being ♪ what's wrong with being ♪ what's wrong with being confident ♪ ♪ time to get the case back ♪ heather: good morning from the streets of new york city. the sun has not come up but hopefully you will have a great day. you are watching "fox and friends first" on friday morning. thank you for starting the day with us. did you hear about the hostage situation? shots fired at police and swat
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teams. it has ended with the suspect in custody. this happened south of tacoma, washington triggering a massive response. the suspect taking four hostages inside a business all of them escaping safely and no officers were injured. the suspect wearing body armor believe to be shot by police before being arrested. big night overnight donald trump firing up a crowd in montana, the president drumming up support for congressional candidates matt rosen dale while slamming the resistance from democrats. >> he is somebody who is going to be a phenomenal united states senator. matt rosen dale, come on up. the so-called resistance is angry because their horrible ideas have been rejected by the american people and it is driving them crazy. look at all the fake news back there.
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heather: todd pyro is back from his road trip. joins us with all the details including the president bashing the controversial new york times op-ed. >> reporter: donald trump roaring up the crowd in montana before addressing several hot button issues that recently hit his administration. >> we are standing up for your values, we are standing up for montana, and we are standing up for our national anthem and our flag. >> reporter: the president wasting no time slamming the new york times op-ed allegedly written by a senior official within his administration. >> anonymous, gutless coward. nobody knows who he is or she but for the sake of our national security the new york times
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should publish his name at once. there reporters should investigate who it is. >> reporter: the trip to montana one day after scathing claims calling him adversarial, petty and ineffective. milania trump backing up her husband's demand saying, quote, is a person involved enough to accuse someone of negative actions, they have a responsibility to publicly stand by their words and people have the right to be able to defend themselves. to the writer of the op-ed you are not protecting this country, you are sabotaging it with your cowardly actions. the list of top white house officials denying they are the authors of the opera growing fast, 30 officials including vice president mike pence, secretary of state mike pompeo, secretary of defense james mattis and gina haskell have denied being the mysterious op-ed writer. there denials are being handed
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directly to donald trump as they come in and they are all voluntary meaning there was never a formal request for them. heather: can't wait to see what happens, great to have you back. at that same rally donald trump slamming democrats trying to shut down his supreme court nomination. >> he is doing really well but do you believe the anger and meanness on the other side? heather: brett kavanaugh's confirmation hearing could wrap up today. griff jenkins live in washington dc with how 20/20 presidential hopefuls are using the hearing to promote themselves. >> reporter: must be something for the nominee to watch, a second marathon day as cory booker began by invoking kirk douglas in an act of civil disobedience by releasing confidential documents at the
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risk of being ousted from the senate and having a self-described spartacus moment. >> of senator cornyn believe i violated senate rules i invite and accept the consequences of my team releasing that email. the closest i will ever have in my life to and i spartacus moment. >> reporter: he wasted no time cautioning those actions. >> running for president is no excuse for violating rules of the senate, no senator deserves to sit on the committee and served on the senate if they decide to be a law unto themselves and willingly drop rules of the senate and the determination of confidentiality. >> he did not break rules because the documents authority been released, president bush as representative saying in a statement we cleared it last night after senator booker's asked them to come we were surprised about his histrionics because we had already told him
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he could use the documents publicly. another 2020 hopeful took her turn in the spotlight, kamala harris demanding he recuse himself in cases involving donald trump. >> will you commit to recusing any case involving civil, liability of the president? >> the independence of the judiciary requires that i not commit to how i would decide a particular case and to issue a commitment on discretionary recusal in either direction. >> reporter: booker continued documents over twitter last night, the gop judiciary staff told us they are reviewing what he released but it appears some of them are committee confidential. it appears booker committed his act of civil disobedience. we reconvene at 9:30 this morning, we hear from 2 dozen witnesses on both sides for and against brett kavanaugh, they
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wrap up today. heather: additional forms he released overnight, were actually confidential, he could actually be kicked out of the senate. >> he could have violated -- he has, it has been a long time since they ousted the senator but grassley said last night that the committee was not likely to take action but the larger senate, if he gets in trouble it will be a while before we hear about that. heather: it is just craziness, got to be fun to be there. senator cory booker stealing the spotlight at the brett kavanaugh hearing. dana perino says the political theater will only backfire on democrats. >> if you're going to choose a tv moment everybody is watching you better make it a good one. this was the goal for him.
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if he is on your 20/20 fantasy league you could be in a little bit of trouble. the democratic base has shown we fight. we want to fight. one thing they said yesterday was chuck schumer failed them on this nomination. donald trump has a lot to be proud of in this pic. brett kavanaugh has shown he is a judge with wonderful temperament. i do think when this vote is called he will get several democrats to vote with him. he will end up with 54 votes. heather: booker is one of several big names who hinted towards a potential run for the white house in 2020. a dozen house republicans calling out donald trump to declassify key fisa documents on the russia probe. they demand the release of the surveillance renewal applications used to spy on former trump campaign aide carter page.
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and interviews with doj official, the contact with christopher steele. the ex-british spy piled the anti-trump dossier. grand jury looking at whether former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe would face criminal charges. the washington post reporting one witness has been summoned by the grand jury which has been impaneled for months. the inspector general's report in april found he lied to investigators, and fired from the bureau in march for a, quote, lack of candor. the season opener kicks off without protest during the national anthem. philadelphia eagles michael bennett and jay sat down before the anthem wrapped up but there was no kneeling.
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the super bowl, hanging their new banner before kicking off against the atlanta falcons, 18-12. 10 minutes after the top of the hour. invoking the 25th amendment. elizabeth warren thinks the new york times op-ed is grounds for impeachment. >> senior it ministration officials think the president of the united states is not able to do his job, they should invoke the 25th amendment. heather: next, to weigh in on that. broadway backlash, the frozen actor who won't let it go. ♪ [ loesch ] this is superbeets and i swear by it.
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violated senate rules i invite and accept the consequences of my team releasing that email, the closest i will have in my life to and i spartacus moment. >> of spartacus knew what the outcome would be because booker did. cory booker making that bizarre threat during day 3 of brett cavanagh's confirmation hearing. only problem those documents were already cleared for release and he knew it. here to react to the chaotic hearing is reporter for the washington times, thank you for joining us. it is really unreal. he claims we cleared the documents after senator booker's staff asked us to. and already told him, publicly. let's talk about additional documents he is releasing overnight. some of which might not be cleared.
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>> during the exchange in the morning it was senator mike lee, this isn't an issue now, these have been cleared so there was confusion. all the reporters were looking at each other wondering, and why is there considerable grandstanding. and and the wall street journal, violating the constitution by being in his way. and don't know when he was aware these documents were cleared 5 hours before the hearing started. and 930 yesterday.
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>> knowing the history of brett cavanagh and his political experience. over 12 years, and what people want to hear at home. >> senator cory booker trying to use late wednesday night confidential documents to question the nominee and senator harris making an accusation he had an inappropriate conversation about the mueller probe. it does appear big names we are hearing for the 2020 presidential campaign, using whatever they can to attack this nominee but doesn't touch on his legal record. even documents cory booker was
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using, that actually goes to brett kavanaugh's advantage because he was advocating a race neutral security policy following 9/11. >> he was there for 13 hours over two days, 24 hours, really unbelievable and confirmation hearings wrap up possibly, where do we go from here? >> interesting witness democrats will put on today is the guardian ad litem for the minor who sought an abortion during the court case and it was brett kavanaugh who voted not to allow her to obtain one. one witness we hear from, then after that, senator grassley, the committee next thursday, minority party gets a hold of that. brett kavanaugh being voted out of committee.
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heather: let's talk about what elizabeth warren is calling for, the 25th amendment to remove the president from office. >> if senior administration officials think the president of the united states is not able to do his job, they should invoke the 25th amendment. >> what is your comment about that? >> this is something we have seen from headlines about possible 2020 candidacy. maybe she is joining cory booker and senator harris to attack the president any way she can. it would be hard, and a likelihood of impeachment because of the amount of votes needed. >> the commander in chief, with powers of the office. a lot has to do with 2020.
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we are back to talk about what happens today. 19 after the top of the hour. from websites to restaurants to directions, google, they know everything, kurt the cyber guy showing us how to erase our digital footprint as if we were never even there.
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>> barack obama stepping back into the spotlight today rallying up support for democrats in the midterms speaking at the university of illinois, or banner, where he will not be holding back his
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thoughts on the state of our democracy under donald trump. tomorrow he will be stumping. california. election season. i'm not withdrawing, another quote, georgia democrat vowing to stay in the congressional race even though he is in jail and could be locked up through election day. steve foster serving 6 months for drunk driving after being sentenced in august. despite the election being two month away 61-year-old says he is still ordering yard signs and sending out surrogates to meetings as he challenges republican tom graves. google is tracking your every move, every search, every website, every purchase. what can we do to keep that information private? is it possible? here are the steps to erase everything we ever searched for on google. >> you feel tech companies own us, so much of our lives we
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allowed to seep into the crevices of silicon valley where now you know everything about me, my family, where i went yesterday, where i am. heather: they are having hearings on capitol hill. >> this week they were up there. >> the empty chair. >> what are not missing is the ability to go to google and delete everything you searched for. gone for good. from your account. all you do, you simply logon if you have gmail go to google and logon to your google account, most people have one. locate your initials and the circle on the upper left and select my activity, confirm your password, click the my activity page and delete activity by. and down there is all products,
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change that to search and click delete and you are done. just by doing that little thing you change it to all dates and hit delete. >> everything you searched for since the beginning of time. >> connected to your device. heather: as we scroll through that there are other areas. >> you don't necessarily want, when you do that you want to be mindful about what you are deleting. i don't have a problem deleting my searches. i don't care they are gone but i don't want to delete my contacts google may have that i use for frequent addresses or mapping. be mindful about what you are deleting. it seems like a lot of steps on morning tv but we put them online, it takes a few seconds. one of the smartest things you can do to get your life back in.
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heather: any way to keep it from saving it to begin with? >> know. right now you can't turn that tracking off. many aspects of google you can trim down. for this, something you want to be mindful of, to see what they are capturing about you, fascinating to see what you have been searching, i forgot i was searching about that but look what they have on us. that is how they make their money and we get it for free and we are paying the price. heather: thank you for joining us, searches -- >> we will put on our website. heather: donald trump lashing out at the anonymous source behind that new york times op-ed. >> the latest act of resistance is the op-ed published in the
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failing new york times by gutless coward. heather: jim henson says the op-ed is proof the media is trying to undermine the government, he joined us to explain next. ♪ anything but typical. that's why we designed capital one cafes. you can get savings and checking accounts with no fees or minimums. and one of america's best savings rates. to top it off, you can open one from anywhere in 5 minutes. this isn't a typical bank. this is banking reimagined. what's in your wallet?
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from the moment clients walk in, they're able to feel like part of the family. - [spokesman] custom ink has hundreds of products for your business and free shipping. upload your logo or start your design today at heather: "fox and friends first," half past the top of the hour. lawyers for the new york city truck attacker say the president's tweets should keep them off death row. lawyers say tweets like this one will prevent the justice department from being objective, donald trump writing nyc terrorist was happy as he asked to hang isis flag in his hospital room, killed eight people, badly injured 12, should get death penalty. he is accused of killing eight people in this isis inspired attack last october.
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the trump administration taking steps to detain migrant families longer, dhs announced it will end an agreement requiring the government to release immigrant children after 20 days in detention, the government wants to detain families until their immigration cases are decided. the trump administration says this will speed up asylum requests and keep people from illegally crossing into the united states. ice detainees must be removed from atlanta jails as soon as possible. signing an executive order permanently blocking the city from accepting new detainees, the trumpet ministration's immigration policies hurt an already vulnerable population. there are five ice detainees in atlanta. it is unclear where authorities will place them. donald trump calling out the new york times, the anonymously written op-ed during his rally
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in montana. >> the latest act of resistance is the op-ed published in the failing new york times. for the sake of our national security the new york times should publish his name. heather: the author who claims to be a white house official says he is working to stop the president's agenda but isn't this proof there's internal resistance to our duly elected government? here is jim henson, thank you for joining us, appreciate it. let's begin with the op-ed, this anonymous person says many senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations. i would know, i one of them. you were very vocal on twitter about this so i wanted you to have an opportunity to talk about it. it is unbelievable.
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>> it is not many administration officials but there is a small and determined group of people who want to substitute their own judgment for the will of the american people. undermining the lawfully elected authority and government of the united states they not be treason but is seditious light, this is an admission these people are doing that and calling for more people to join them. it is disgraceful and as milania trump at lease at it is a cowardly act of someone who should have the guts to stand up and name himself and say i refuse to serve if this is the case. heather: i thought by the end of yesterday we would know who had done this. i'm surprised we don't know yet. a threat to national security? >> it is a threat to the lawful government for sure. our national security is
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probably damaged depending where this person works but we have no idea if this is a senior official or journalistic definition people like the new york times want to use which is someone who works in government above intern level. i don't think it is an important person, the senior people in the trump administration denied this but someone who knows better and is trying to rally to create the trump russia farce, this witchhunt to undermine him when he was a candidate through the transition and as he tried to govern. this is not the way american government is supposed to operate. heather: you have to look at the timing of this. why would this have been put out at the time it was, what else was going on that was the reason behind this? >> i think we have an election coming up, there is a midterm coming up and this is something the left which the new york
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times is a propaganda organ of thought would be helpful to democrat candidates, they miscalculated because this is showing the american people what the president said is true. there is a state and the resistance and they are trying to undermine our government. that is not something the american people leave in and no one has seen actual crime. what we have seen is a lot of things the president has done that the left doesn't like but the american people who elected him wanted him to do. that is not a reason to commit malfeasance at best against the president of the united states. heather: the person who wrote this assume they are going to come forward, should the new york times release who put this together, what should the president do in terms of outing him or her? >> the other journalists if they had any integrity would decide this is not the way they are supposed to operate, find out who it is. if this with any other
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president, there would be a massive hunt underway and every resource would be brought to bear. it is someone they disagree with, someone the press in most cases is behind the resistance, support them, work with them and this is collusion between the new york times and the resistance to do something no one should be doing to a duly elected official. heather: getting tired of it. we appreciate it. see what happens next. reaction pouring in, burt reynolds passed away at the age of 82, the legendary actor known for historian role in smokey and the bandit and the longest sure. >> first shot. i don't like this any more than you do. not going to make it, sir. hanging it up.
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heather: carly shimkus with serious xm 115 is here with the liberties mourning his death. >> reporter: the world saying goodbye to another hollywood icon, he starred in so many movies like deliverance, smokey and the bandit and boogie nights. he was known as a heartthrob. sally field, his former costar whom burt reynolds called the love of his life are saying there are times that never fade away, they stay alive 40 years later. my years with bert never leave my mind. he will be my history and my heart for as long as i live. the former costar honored reynolds saying how sad i am as we mourn one of our favorite leading men, always my favorite sheriff. rest in peace, my little buddy, i will always love you. tributes pouring in from hollywood, the music industry,
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reba mcintyre said mike goodfriend started a new journey, rest in peace, my friend. i will never forget the wonderful times we spent together. mark wahlberg weighing in saying rest in peace to a legend and a friend, so many tributes. he passed away at 82 years old after suffering a heart attack and was working up to the end, had a movie coming out. heather: i forgot he was in boogie nights. some more issues, a college getting rid of nike uniforms. >> a small private college in missouri doing away with uniforms with the nike logo because of the company's partnership with colin kaepernick. college of the ozarks saying if nike is ashamed of america we are ashamed of them. we also believe those who know what sacrifice is all about are more likely to be wearing a military uniform than an athletic uniform. sometimes social media has to
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say good for them. i will be doing my part in not supporting the nike committee, einstein saying a good decision to a company that encourages unity, not polarizing, this i continue to hurt america. nike free to hire whoever they want, and all different responses. have a great weekend. the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour. slipping on ice two month ago, democrat running for office said she supports abolishing the agency. >> to clarify you do support abolishing ice? >> i would. heather: the change of heart she is having. burning patriotism cells, veterans firing back at nike and colin kaepernick.
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heather: employers struggling with a skilled worker shortage and not because of the pain. here with more on how they are trying to fill the void. >> talking about local contractors in southern florida trying to fill up construction jobs, starting pay $75,000 a year with full benefits, pension plans, trying to get skilled workers for these jobs but the bureau of labor estimating there are currently 243,000 open construction jobs nationwide ranging all the way from the bottom up. project administrators to project executives. the reason for this lack of
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workers, people leaving the construction industry, trying to replace those workers but if you are looking for a job there are construction jobs available, you don't need a college education, pay is great. heather: good news, let's talk about this facial recognition, scanners are placing border passes. i'm seeing some of this coming. >> reporter: this will replace boarding passes for international travelers. they unveiled the new system at dulles international airport. this is to speed up the process getting people in and out of those lines but you are going to take a picture, your face is going to be scanned and that picture will be matched with the collection by customs and border protection agency, matching what is on your passport and visa and passed through the line here but there are concerns that if these pictures are misused if they get into the wrong hands, is this an
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intrusion of privacy, this is starting at washington dollars airport. this could be expanding. heather: we heard their faces used with someone else as well. showing sacrifice. an army veteran calling out nike's new ad proving patriotism cells. are the real heroes on the front lines not taking a knee on the sidelines? our panel weighing in next. these folks, they don't have time to go to the post office
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heather: surprise surprise, no and them kneeling or fist raised, nfl season, two players sitting on the bench, so is this
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a sign how the season will shape up. armed services reserves veteran, liberal and most have the a rule and author of the new book why i stand. are you surprised everyone is standing pretty much? >> not really. i am waiting for policy to be unveiled. have to wonder about standing up. nfl has not decided whether they want to focus or bring politics into it. the policies from the nfl, make sure players stand and not put this in front of everybody.
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heather: i have two kathys here. what did you think here, were you surprised? >> not too surprised. jerry jones said his team is not allowed -- heather: america's team is not allowed to kneel. of america's team can't do it this might be a trend that other teams will follow suit but we don't know. until the union and nfl decides what to do about this. colin kaepernick lost everything as he said. heather: he is doing pretty well now. >> he was riding the bench prior to this and was on his way out the door. he hasn't sacrificed anything. as we were talking about the nike situation, going forward we can expect to see what we have already seen. maybe they are playing nice right now but as we go on through the season we can expect
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to see nfl owners continue to lack courage to protect their brand and nfl players to continue to push the false narrative of racism on the rest of the country and see some corporations try to take advantage would exploit the division in the nation for a profit because that is what we are seeing nike do. heather: is that what nike is doing? >> that was spot on. we are dealing with globalists. they had their international brand, they don't mind being the brand to be attractive to other countries where they want to move. same with the nfl. 80 other nations, to make sure that happens, corporations man up and decide what to do with
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these players so they are not demeaning their brand and hurting their career. heather: you are shaking your head. >> most americans side with colin kaepernick. most americans believe in freedom of speech and the first amendment. this is the american way. >> most americans are patriots, recognize this false narrative -- it is a false narrative when you look at facts. talking to a liberal with sloppy thinking and pushing nonsense and reject reality. there is a white police officer standing waiting to shoot a black man.
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facts just don't add up. when you look at fbi statistics and what is going on in the black community, what is decimating the black community is not white police officers but black on black crime, poor education, black jobs is what we should be talking about that matters in this is what our president is doing. as the economy continues to improve those who feel disenfranchised will begin -- heather: the other side of the coin is patriotic apparel company releasing just stand t-shirt countering nike's colin kaepernick add. do you believe nike signed colin kaepernick because of some overwhelming feeling they believe in what he believes in or are they all about money? >> not a good relationship. i think it is about history. nike and colin kaepernick will be on the right side of history and this other company and trump are on the wrong side of history. people care about social issues.
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nike is not dumb. a very know what they are doing and are strategic but at the end of the day they know people want to take chances, serena williams and many people, colin kaepernick -- heather: last word. >> nike cares less about the black and even profits. they try to get slave labor to make their brand. every single generation does the best they can, more hopeful, more excited and produce more for themselves than the last. this is the first iteration we are telling kids -- that is the left. at the end of the day, making this work, $1 million a year because the white men won't let them is not the way my parents taught me. they need to learn our history
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and man up. if you want to do something go out and do something. if you have a complaint -- the narrative. heather: thank you, appreciate it. man up, be right back, stay with us.
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julie: in for the good, the bad and the ugly. a mexican resort wants to pay
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you $120,000 a year to go on vacation, looking for social media savvy person to spend a year in their resort for free and you can apply on their website. the bad, broadway actor refusing to apologize after ripping approach trump sign from an audience member. the ugly. a woman falling through the ceiling of a california restaurant, she had to go to the bathroom, got through the ceiling and she fell through. we think she is okay. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first". have a great weekend. jillian: it is friday, september 7th. taking on the resistance. op-ed outrage growing as donald trump calls on the name of the anonymous author to be released. >> crowd roaring rally as the presidential game had the new york times. jillian: democrats grilling brett kavanaugh for 13 hours on everything from the russia probe


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