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will see you later. [cheers] >> folks may have seen an anonymous column written in the "new york times." >> it's very unfair to our country and to the millions of people that voted really for us. they voted for us. [cheers] >> liberal senator elizabeth warren went on the attack. >> if the president of the united states is not able to do his job, then they should invoke the 25th amendment. >> day three of the brett kavanaugh hearings. >> violate this rule. this is probably as close to any moment in my life i am spartan can you say moment. >> spartan can you say didn't want to be identified as spartan can you say because then they would kill him.
corey booker doesn't know anything because is he stupid. >> only president in history what a job he has done. by the way we are impeaching him. if it does happen it's your fault you g you didn't go out to vote ♪ don't you ever leave me ♪ leave me alone ♪ leave me alone ♪ steve: it's september the 7th, it is a friday thank goodness. tgif thank goodness it's fox. don't lee me alone. do you know pete hegseth was with us yesterday and now is he out in montana. ainsley: in front of the entire audience pete gets to interview him right before his rally. brian: intimate setting. pete: just between friends it was pretty neat in the rim rock arena. you got your "new york times" delivered in manhattan. i got my billings gazette.
no punches pulled. i think that's pretty accurate. he did have a teleprompter for his speech as he always does went off script and talked about a number of different topics. always said, we had a chance before hand with just about 10,000 friends watching to ask the president a few unscripted questions. one of those is, of course, about that a anonymous "new york times" op-ed and as can you imagine the president didn't pull any punches, here is what he said. >> folks may have seen anonymous column written in the "new york times." [crowd boos] and i think this audience would say an attack on you is an attack on the people who voted for you. [. [cheers and applause] >> are you any closer to knowing who did it and what should be done if you find out who did it? >> number one, the times should have never done that because really what they have done is virtually, you know, it's treason. you can call it a lot of things. but to think have you somebody in all of the
cabinet came forward, writing editorials. they are all saying it's got to be at a fairly low level, some people today coming out i see all of the people saying such great things. we have a lot of love in the administration. and the white house is truly as you would say a well-oiled machine. it is working so well. [cheers and applause] you know, we have, i heard you say yesterday, we have thousands of people that in theory could qualify. they take one person out of thousands. but, what's unfair, i don't care when they write a book and discredit them, all of them because they're lies. i will tell you when somebody writes and you can't discredit because you have no idea who they are, usually you will find out it's a background that was bad. it may not be a republican. it may not be a conservative. it may be a deep state person that's been there a long time. you don't know where. it's a very unfair thing. it's very unfair to our
country and to the millions of people that voted really for us. they voted
for us. [cheers and applause] pete: certainly, guys, a crowd undeterred. a lot of support and love for this president in a sense that he is under siege in the swamp but in billings, montana, a lot of support and obviously a key senate race out here. we asked him about that. a another of other issues, as well as, you know, across the board. and we will bring it to you later on in the program. brian: pete, in terms of the president and being elm blazed, was the place packed. any emotion. any let down from the antics and some of the books about him. >> no. the place was packed. i talked to a lot of people on the floor there, it often backfires when folks think they are exposing this president. his supporters feel like he is being -- he is even more under siege than he was before. so they back him up even more. his support is going to stay
strong amongsts had base. it is washington that is mostly abuse about this. most of the people there said we are not surprised that the "new york times" would go after this president. so don't expect it to hurt his base. but obviously raises questions in washington. steve: all right, pete, excellent interview. we will have more at the bottom of the hour where he talks about kavanaugh, the wall, and mr. mueller. ainsley: we have a big chunk of it. steve: by the way, rand paul yesterday suggested that they -- the president would be okay to use a lie detector to go through the administration and figure out who did this. mark meadows, the leader of the house freedom caucus suggested the leaker could actually be threatening national security, as the president said yesterday. they are going to take concrete stepping to figure out how the house could get involved. ainsley: the president mentioned last night at the rally people have been so critical of him. you have to remember he was not a politician. he said last night i guess i am a politician now. keep in mind i won bun race
in my entire life. most start at mayor and local level. pretty phenomenal when you think about that one election. pete said an attack on you is an attack on the people and the crowd went wild. steve: corey booker was the mayor you have new jersey and came new york senator. yesterday, it was thrilling, if you were watching television, because it appeared he was willing to sacrifice his entire senate career to release some classified documents. watch this. >> i'm going to release the email about racial profiling and i understanding that that -- the penalty comes with potential ousting from the senate. and if senator cornyn believes that i violated senate rules, i openly invite and accept the consequences of my team releasing that email right now. this is about the closest i will probably ever have in
my life that i am a spartan can you say moment. brian: the only problem with that, it makes no sense, number one. number two is the documents were already released. steve: yeah. >> number two it actually backs up the fact that kavanaugh, when he worked for president bush was going out of his way to prove they were not going to cut any policies on racial lines. that he wasn't a racist. even after 9/11 when so many were concerned about our security. ainsley: corey booker says i am going to release these confidential emails. well, it turns out at 1:00 p.m. it was announced restrictions on those emails had already been released. in fact, the folks who worked for george w. bush they said, quote: we cleared the documents last night shortly after corey booker's staff asked us to. we were surprised to learn about senator booker's histrionics this morning because we had already told him he could use the documents publicly. steve: exactly, the night
before mike lee went over and talked to mr. booker and they worked it out. it was released. it was crazy thinking what is he talking about where he is going to put his reputation, his career on the line. the stuff that -- maybe he didn't know? we don't know exactly. all we know is senator orrin hatch has one of the funniest twitters on capitol hill and he has been there for years. he tweeted out yesterday, you know, i knew spartan can you say. >> corey peculiarer went out last night even more committee confidential documents if that was one which it doesn't seem to be. so he is daring people to him out of the senate and they wouldn't do it anyway. what he is really doing is saying vote for me in 20206789 we know he fund raised off day one. now we are in day four, 13 hours yesterday, 24 hours overall. we can only imagine what today will be. >> the committee said nothing he released was marked committee confidential at the time and
to your point, you said the documents that he was releasing dealt with racial profiling after 9/11. well, it turns out that kavanaugh would side with corey booker. kavanaugh said he was against racial profiling people while working for the bush administration. he said, in an email, he favors effective security measures that are race-neutral for airports. he is against race based remedies. >> so all of those theatrics were for nothing. ainsley: were for show. steve: there was no bombshell. ben shapiro summed it up this way. >> corey booker, being a grand standing idiot, he decides, you know what is a great idea? i am just going to release these documents. senate rules i'm going to state it upfront if you want to extell me from the senate, cam mall la is good at playing the pliewrt on tv she is good at this. corey booker is the worst kids in your high school drama class. like the kid who watched -- who at one point watched movies in like the 1980s and
thought that arnold schwarzenegger's performance in kindergarten cop war the apott owes sis of good acting. > steve a little harsh but that's his opinion. brian: so i know corey booker but this is the not the corey booker i know. they are running for president. ainsley: i think they are all vying for running for president. day one kamala harris one sentence in the middle of grassley's sentence she interrupts. she wants to be the first one to notice to be interrupter. and corey booker started to interrupt. they all want to be on the ticket. steve: just to recap how things ran on wednesday it was all about asking for a delay of game. let's adjourn. yesterday it was all about the theatrics of the classified documents that were not actually classified. ainsley: all for nothing. brian: could be a committee vote as early as next week and they should be wrapping um testimony today. i'm sure they will have more documents and more questions
and more with the sensational ways to start today. it begins at 9:30 eastern time. steve: let's see what movie they bring up today. it's 6:11 in new york city. and jillian joins us on friday. jillian: we start with breaking news. a fox news alert. a violent night for police nationwide. a deputy shot and another run over in georgia. police arresting this man, nic mornell overnight. the condition of the officers is unknown at this point. in washington a suspect arrested after shooting at police and taking hostages in a car dealership south of tacoma. none of the four hostages were hurt. all officers there are okay. the suspect wearing body armor believed to be shot by police before being arrested. police still searching for motives after chaos erupts at a bank. police say this man, you see him on your screen perez gunned down three people in cincinnati before they killed him near the popular fountain square. perez never worked at the bank. police don't know why it was the target. it could have been a blood
bath beyond imagination if not for their quick response. a pistol and more than 200 rounds of ammunition were found on the suspect. defense secretary james mattis making a surprise visit to afghanistan overnight. he is meeting with army general scott miller. the new commander of u.s. and nato forces in the country. the two will be discussing progress on peace talks with the taliban. mattis will hold a town hall meeting with troops, attend a weekly memorial service and meet with senior afghan leaders. the nfl season opener kicks off without protest during the national anthem. philadelphia eagles michael bennett and -- sat down before the anthem wrapped up but there was no kneeling. super bowl champs hanging banner before kickoff against the atlanta falcons and my eagles won the opener 18-12. just saying. i was happy when i woke up and saw that. brian: that's where they left off last time.
ainsley: thanks, jillian. elizabeth warren ramping up rhetoric against president trump over that anonymous op-ed. >> if the think the president of the united states is not able to do his job, they should invoke the 25th amendment. ainsley: our next guest wants her job and he has a message for the voters. brian: plus, former president obama is stepping back into the political spotlight, and he has got one person on his mind. he is going after the president. ♪ so call me maybe ♪ it's hard to look like ♪ here's my number ♪ call me maybe ♪ hey, i just met you ♪ they work togetherf doing important stuff. the hitch? like you, your cells get hungry.
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>> if senior administration officials think that the president of the united states is not able to do his job then they should invoke the 25th amendment. brian: all right. there you go. easy enough. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren says it's time to use constitutional powers to remove the president from office. her following the "new york times" op-ed that said there were quote early whisper about trump's advisors doing just that fighting back. asking voters to do the same this november. joining us now massachusetts senate candidate and republican state representative jeff deal. he is the real deal. that is his slogan. okay, jeff. do you have the problem with her saying something that she read in the "new york
times"? >> yeah. i think a lot of people in mass mats have a problem were. this elizabeth warren's radical agenda is coming very into view now. it's very clear. she is willing to take a partisan newspaper's anonymous source as the justification to plunge our country into chaos. that's unacceptable. she wants to get rid of ice. you may have heard few weeks ago talking about taxing people 50 to 90% of their income. it's becoming very clear elizabeth warren wants to run for president and has a whole different idea for america. brian: she doubled down. this campaign has never been just about me it's been about all of us fighting to level the playing field for people. i will fight my heart out and hope you will, too. jeff, that's taking on you. you are trailing by double digits now. are you hardened by the fact that gavin newsom had a big lead to be governor and that's down to single digits. do you think there is something that you could wake up the american people
to understand? >> well, we just won the nomination this last tuesday really a record turnout in massachusetts right after labor day weekend. the fact of the matter is we just became the candidate. we think we are actually much closener our polling. beyond that elizabeth warn has done nothing for massachusetts. she has been focusing on running for the white house basically since the day she was gnawing rated back in 2012. and so we know that massachusetts we don't appreciate somebody using for the springboard. i look forward to showing the difference my vision for helping my state. brian: did you meet with warren malone killed by i illegal immigrant. do you think that merits. >> maureen malone's son was killed by someone here illegally had a criminal record and should have been
deported. elizabeth warren a week or so ago the real problem is families being separated at the border after the mollie tibbetts murder. you know, for her, she is completely tone deaf on this issue. she wants open borders and getting rid of ice. she is not for protecting the safety of americans or people in massachusetts. brian: real quick, did scott brown teach you anything of what is possible in massachusetts? >> scott brown certainly worked very hard. we have been campaigning for over 16 months. we know we need to talk to everybody we can to make sure they get the message. diehl for senate.com if they want to get involved. brian: geoff diehl calling out elizabeth warren for calling out 25th amendment. >> thank you. brian: homeless man battling for a couple after he had raised $400,000 for him. heartbreaker. college student told she can't hand out valentines with bible verses. now she is taking them to
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speaking in alabama where is he expected to take some shots at president trump. ainsley: talk about not feeling the love. wisconsin college students polyolson says her free speech rights were violated when she was forced to stop handing out those valentine's day cards with bible references on campus. well, that school northeast wisconsin technical college sees it a little differently free speech is encouraged throughout the college and it happens every day. the particular occurrence is not about free speech. the content of her message was irrelevant. the issue is where she was at the time of the occurrence. the school referencing its policy about free speech zones, zones for free speech, believe it or not. are these zones the real problem here? let's bring in that student pauley olson. she joins us with her attorney. >> thank you. >> you are welcome. >> pauley, i will start with
you. tell us what happened exactly you were out on campus passing out these valentine's day cards just to random people? >> yeah, every year i create a whole bunch of valentines and wherever i happen to be, mostly nursing homes or hospitals i hand them out. so this year i was on campus and within 15 minutes security was called and i was stopped by the secured guard he told me i couldn't pass out valentines and took me to the security office. ainsley: you decided to sue the school. what's the case? >> well, look, the college wants to put free speech in a box. as you pointed out, the problem is they say they permit free speech, what they do is try to quarantine the entire campus from free speech and say that students can speak only in a small area and only with prior
permission. that's bad policy. college is supposed to been sharing ideas. it's also unconstitutional. public universities simply can't do that it's not their job to protect students from messages that they don't want to hear. polywas not being disruptive. she wasn't interfering with anyone's studying. >> poly, i think it's great. you are showing that you love other people and want to share the word of jesus with other people. i'm a christian, i think it's amazing and i think it's very brave of you because a lot of people might think you are weird for doing that or criticize you. clearly the school doesn't want you doing it why was it important for you to get these messages out? >> well, everyone should feel loved. and valentine's day there is a lot of people that are forgotten. and with my mom passing, it's pretty hard holiday because this is her tradition. ainsley: really. can you elaborate on that? >> i have been doing it since i was able to walk. she has taught us to care
for others. ainsley: wow. i'm so sorry for your loss and that's really sweet that you wanted to carry this on. are you shocked by the school doing this? what's so dangerous about the bible? >> that's a good question. when it's unconditional love, people want to put it in a box and not share it so, it's important to share it when it's free for everyone. ainsley: thank you both for joining us, please keep us posted and let us know how this all turns out. >> thank you. >> god bless you both. >> thank you. ainsley: well, he is accused of killing 8 people in isis-inspired attack. now he says he shouldn't get the death penalty you? won't believe the reason why. pete hegseth is in montana where he spoke with the president before his big rally. pete? pete: that's right. we were inside the rally asking the president candid questions before he took the stage. is he going to shut the government down over the wall? will he answer bob mueller's questions and how does he feel about the nfl and nike on the first day of the
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♪ >> they like to use the impeach word. impeach trump. how do you impeach somebody who is doing a great job? if it does happen, it's your fault because you didn't go out to vote. [applause] i will be the only president in history, they will say what a job he has done. by the way, we are impeaching him. steve: impeaching him because is he doing a good job. that's one of the things pete hegseth heard. we dispatched pete last night to big sky country where right now it's dark sky country. pete: it sure is. the 2018 mid terms loom large. that's why the president was here. he is trying to beat jon tester. but, in between now and then, of course, they have got to fund the government. they have a budget to pass and the president has said time and time again, i want my wall, no more funding without the wall that was one of the multiple questions i had a chance to
ask him before he took the stage. here is the president's answers. >> another issue this crowd is often fired up about is the wall. a commitment you've made. [cheers and applause] washington has been been so good at that there is another budget show down coming up. [chanting build that wall] well, congress hasn't been very good at funding that wall. you have a budget showdown coming out this month. would you shut down the government if wall funding is not included? [crowd cheers] >> so we started the wall. we have spent now close to $3.2 billion. we're in different parts of california. we're doing 80-mile strip. but we are looking to get the rest of the funding. here's the thing.
i have a lot of great republicans. we need republicans elected in the mid terms. [cheers] >> we have to get republicans. and we are getting the wall done, but i have so many people, good people, great people, they would rather not do it before, they would rather do it right after the election. they don't want to do anything to upset the applecart. and my inclination -- if it was up to me, i would shut down government over border security. [cheers and applause] and i guess when you get right down to it, it is up to me. i don't want to do anything potentially hurt us, i have a feeling that the republicans we will do really well in the mid terms between the tax cuts and all of the other things we have done. [. [cheers and applause] >> most likely i will not do that but we're going to do it immediately after the election.
i have the commitment from mitch mcconnell from, paul ryan, from everybody. we do it right after the election where hopefully, frankly, it will be easy because we have more republicans, not less. we are doing very well. [cheers and applause] >> and i think we are doing really very well in the house. we will see how it comes out. it will be an exciting day. i can tell you that nothing will be as exciting as our day almost two years ago. can you imagine? >> that's true. >> almost three years. we are going to get the wall. we have already started the wall and we'll continue onward. pete: mr. president, tonight is the first nfl game. [crowd boos] > pete: they don't have as many -- used to have. who is going to win this cultural show down of standing for the anthem. >> we are. [cheers and applause]
honestly i don't know what the nfl is doing from. what i understanding it's in contract that you have to stand for the national anthem. they have some where it says you will will stand. you will have the helmet on the ground and hand on the heart. that's what it says. i don't know why they're not enforcing it and in cases where they don't have it, they have a new thing where they don't have to do that. you don't have to kneel. you can go back into the locker room. i think that's worse than kneeling in a certain way. you are going back. in that shows you just have no respect for the anthem or the flag. i don't like what nike did. i don't think it's appropriate what they did. i honor the flag. i honor our national anthem. and most of the people in this country feel the same way. [cheers and applause] >> they feel the same way. [cheers and applause] pete: one more quick question back to washington,
rudy giuliani just told the ap that you will not be answering any questions written or in person to the so-called special counsel. [cheers] >> look, there was no collusion. even in these crazy books they don't talk about collusion. there was no collusion with russia. i love this country. now, if we get along with china where we are doing very well in trade. you notice what's happening. you see what's going on. and with canada and with mexico and with different places. if we get along with china, if we get along with russia, if we get along just a little while ago a very nice statement came out from north korea. you probably saw that. you won't read that in the papers. when it's nice, they don't put it in. kim jong un said very nice things. he said we want to get denuclearization during the trump administration. it just came out a little while ago. [cheers and applause] >> nice, very nice. and i hope you heard what i said because you don't read that in the fake news media,
you just don't. they don't want to write that. they only want to write bad when it comes to us and it's a shame. the level of unfairness and bias in the press is actually incredible. but, in the meantime, we are winning, folks, be happy because we are winning. >> there is even more we are going to share in the program. i was struck by a very prudent approach, i think, on the government shut down. we don't know where he would come down on that. he want to shut it down. that's his impulse to get that wall. 2018 mid terms are a big factor in the discussions with fellow republicans have said let's wait until after the elections to have the wall fight. steve: right. and fund those nine bills that are on his desk. and then the wall money, that's the limbo part coming up. pete, what was it like accidentally triggering that build a wall chant? pete: i know it's live action interview. have you done that steve, too. you have been on the white house lawn and doing it in
realtime you don't know what's going to happen. you can't really interview through a build a wall chant. you have to let it run its course. and then you continue the interview. so certainly a unique dynamic. ainsley: what struck me too, pete, the crowd really understands the issues. sometimes i think this is -- we don't want to get caught up in the minutia of this. when you asked the questions, blornghtsd is he going to get the questions in advance. they are totally following this story and they get it. pete: these crowds are incredibly dialed in. the folks follow this president the day by day, they are not seduced by the latest pie piece of news or scrap of russia talk in washington. they follow it because they believe this n. this president and wants to defend him. part of knowing what he is under attack for. certainly informed crowd. brian: it was clear you understood the issues. i watch you on the weekends. you will do come out with more about the race and about tester and company,
right? >> yes, there is more to come on this interview. we went local with tester as well. brian: pete, do you want to toss to jillian it's time to do the news. pete: jillian, congrats on your eagles. you can do the news now. >> thank you very much, pete, i don't kno i don't know t know where to look. steve: look towards billings, montana. jillian: lawyers for the alleged new york city truck attack now say the president's tweets should keep him off death row. tweets like this one will prevent the justice department from being objective. trump tweeting, quote: new york city terrorist was happy as he asked to hang isis flag in his hospital room. he killed 8 people, badly injured 12. should get death penalty. he is accused of killing 8 people in isis-inspired attack last october. police raiding a couple's home after money they raised for a homeless veteran disappears. a judge ordering katie
mcclure and mark demico to testify about what happened to the $400,000 they raised for johnny bobbitt on go fund me last year. we telling you about this story. of the couple rewarded the good samaritan after he gave mcclure his last $20 when her car ran out of gas. towing the black bmw from new jersey home. they deny misusing the funds. go fund me says they will make sure bobbitt receives the money. tributes pouring in after the death of burt reynolds. >> you have a great profile. >> i do special from the side. >> at least we finally agree on something. >> yeah. we both like half my face. >> reynolds' breakouts role was in 1972 deliverance. and he received an oscar nomination for his role in boogie nights. he was here with "fox & friends" sharing with fans what he wanted to take away from his book. >> i hope they know i worked hard and i wanted very much
to do good work and i hope they get to know me a little bit better. >> his former love, sally fields says in a statement, quote: my years with burt never leave my mind. he will be in my history and my heart for as long as i live. rest, buddy. reynolds' boogie night mark wahlburg rest in piec peace and legend and friend. he glide a hospital cardiac arrest. he was 82 years old. brian: games do count he was a football player in high school and went over to college and blew his knee out. he said if it wasn't for sports, his whole life would have went in the different direction. hanging out with the wrong guys. ran like a bullet. he was fast. ainsley: i went to florida state my freshman and sophomore year he would come out of the box and wave at the fans. steve: he was a legend. he would drop by the program to promote his book. 18 minutes before the top of the hour, janice a little
cooler today. janice: it's going to get a lot cool they're weekend across the northeast with temperatures in the 70's. i want to talk about florence. we have a lot of activity in both the atlantic and pacific basin. this is a tropical storm. weakened considerably overnight. we are expecting it to redevelop into a major hurricane over the next couple of days. here is the euro model. one of our reliable forecast models. this one spares bermuda but goes right into the southeast on thursday. watching that. here is our, of course, gfs our american model still watching the potential for direct impact maybe on bermuda and then watching the northeast. bottom line here, we don't quite know yet where the track is going to go. but you need to be prepared along the east coast and we will certainly keep you up to date. steve, ainsley, brian, back to you. steve: all right, j.d., thank you very much. keeping an eye. brian: i will take it from here. you sit back. the new collin kaepernick ad aired on tv on tv aired overnight. nike needs to be held accountable and apologize to all patriotic americans.
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steve: nike's new just do it ad campaign featuring collin kaepernick rolling out during last night's season opener last night causing backlash. people burning their nike gear and planning to boycott the company all together. here to weigh in on the message nike is trying to send with the campaign ceo of patriot group and -- eric good morning. >> good morning. good to be with you. steve: what has happened to nike's reputation. >> i think it's been significantly disseminated especially amongst patriotic americans who have been treated with tremendous disrespect. and i think that nike should reverse its decision and be accountable for the type of
disrespect that it has shown to so many across this country who honor and respect the flag and honor and respect the anthem. >> eric, morning consult, the polling group, did a question about nike's decision to include collin kaepernick. they did the polling after they rolled it out. their favorability rating dropped 34 points. 34 points. it's amazing. before the people said they -- only 2% had heard anything negative about nike and afterwards that they had announced collin kaepernick it went to 33. what was nike thinking because clearly they had focus groups and all sorts of brand strategy meetings. what were they thinking? >> they weren't. i don't think they were pay thinking. this was a systematic alienation of 50% of this
country. it was a gross miscalculation. have you people now that are boycotting like crazy. and i think to me it's unamerican not to boycott given what has happened. and so it is somewhat, it's just shocking and yet you contrast it with michael jordan, air jordan a subbrand, you don't hear hey him talking about this and broadcasting. so, today, nike just do it, the slogan now means we don't care about conservatives. and i think the conservative outrage, patriotic americans will cost nike heavily and they are going to pay a big price in terms of, i think, patriotic americans amputating nike from their lives. steve: is there anything they can do to keep kaepernick as a spokesperson for this 30th anniversary rollout and reach tout conservatives? >> i think it's going to be pretty tough. they're going to need to
make a decision and this decision, it's interesting, i don't think this was a decision that was solely based on business. this was a decision based on global elitism, supporting politics that are anti-patriotic. everyone sees that it's pretty clear. have you these companies who have benefited from the united states that just think that they are underand bigger than the u.s. steve: eric shiver, thank you for getting up so early. >> my pleasure. steve: google tracks all of your searches, kurt the cyberguy is here to show you how to erase your entire google digital footprint, and that's next. ♪ i still haven't found ♪ what i'm looking for ♪ hold grudges...
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ainsley: from everywhere that you have gone to all the sites have you visited you won't believe all the information that google has on you. brian: what do you about it? steve: here with steps you need to take today if you are interested in that kurt the cyberguy. kurt, first of all, who is google tracking? >> all of us. they own us. they own you. they own me. they have manipulated their way into our lives. and we sort of blindly went along with it we blindly. steve: because it's free. >> because it's free and they kept innovating and really they are now the monopoly of search, right? so my mother-in-law, by the way, thinks this is like the best segment ever because sue says when you do this, which is to just log on, and
delete the search history that google keeps on you, it's fantastic. it's just one little great thing can you do to win back some of our privacy, right? steve: you are talking about if you have a google account. you log on and that's when they track you. >> most people have at one point or another crossed a google product that has you log on. steve: g mail or something. >> here's how you do it. simply log on to your google account. you will see your initials in the top right when you get there select my activity from the menu. you confirm your password and then you hit the menu thing again and you click delete activity by select all time from the date and menu and under the products mental you and will search. you don't want to delete everything else. so easy to do. this sounds complicated when we're talking about it on tv. i put it online take you just a few seconds to do this. ainsley: what's the big deal if we're searching shopping,
searching children's diapers? what's the big deal if they have that. steve: ainsley search. >> not everybody searches just those things. what we search for tells a lot about us. tells us -- tells them where we are what we like. and sure, they are going to keep some of this anyway. but it's just why should that be there? if you have a chance to remove that i don't want my stuff there. i have no -- there is no value to me for it being there. so i like to. steve: they target you. >> you get targeted more and more and more. they know so much about us constantly. this is just one little means to take back a bit of your privacy. brian: are we to believe the delete is the delete. >> no. it says it is now. do they really delete it from their own. ainsley: it's completed from your computer at least. ainsley: can we find those steps online. steve: cyber by guy.com and we'll add it. brian: thanks, kurt.
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last couple of days was a bunch of people who want to be the nominee in 2020. and it's sad. >> we will not bend. we will not break. because we are america and our hearts bleed red, white, and blue. ♪ ♪ ♪ steve: the rolling stones start me up for fry wednesday, hour two -- friday, sorry. brian: the president has a big decision to make instead of make america great again. we have to keep america great. he doesn't know when he is going to transition his slogans for 2020. and i'm wondering if he will rotate the songs. isn't that the song he seals his live appearances with. ainsley: yeah. i think so. he definitely uses it he uses that and the big
orchestra one at the beginning too. brian: aerosmith? ainsley: fun i couldn't say that i was watching the rally last night and make america great again hat. brian: keep america great i guess after the mid terms. steve: president last night in billings, montana, pete hegseth is also in billings, montana both of them overnight it there pete is outside from outside the ri rimrock auto stadium. pete: it's 5:00 somewhere. you know i'm a believer. 5:00 a.m., the lights are not quite on yet. last night a ton of energy this there. there were a lot of make america great again hats. we saw some keep america great hats. the transition may be underway. really unique experience, not just to interview the president behind the scenes, right there in the middle of the arena with the crowd listening, tons of energy before he walked out on stage. and in this hour and the next hour, we will bring
even more portions of the exclusive interview we had with the president of the united states. right now wee have a quick clip because, of course, everyone was talking about this anonymous "new york times" op-ed. we had a chance to ask him the first question about his reaction and what is he doing about it. this is what the president had to say. >> folks here may have seen an anonymous column written in the "new york times." [crowd boos] and i think this audience would say an attack on you is an attack on the people that voted for you. >> yes. [cheers] pete: are you any closer to knowing who did it and what should be done if you find out who did it? >> number one, the "times" should have never done that really what they have done is virtually, you know, it's treason. you can call it a lot of things. you have some people as you know came forward, writing editorials, they are all saying, you know, it's got to be at fairly low level because some people today, i was just coming out and i see all the people that are saying such great things. we have a lot of love in the
administration. and the white house is truly as you would say, a well-oiled machine. it is working so well. [cheers and applause] and you know, we have, i heard you say yesterday, we have thousands of people that in theory could qualify. they take one person out of thousands, what's unfair i don't mind when they write a book and make lies. it gets discredited. we discredited the last one. we discredit all of them because it's lies. i will tell you when somebody writes and you can't discredit because you have no idea who they are, usually you will find out it's a background that was bad. it may not be a republican. it may not be a conservative, it may be a deep state person that's been there a long time. you don't know where. it's a very unfair thing. but, it's very unfair to our country and to the millions of people that voted really for us. think voted for us. pete: big reaction to that
and talking to. so white house officials, there is a question how senior the senior administration official may be. you may have to cast a pretty wide net. steve: go ahead, brian. brian: senator thune brought up yesterday for those people if they were looking to the president this anonymous source in this editorial might have done the opposite. energizing a bunch of people to stand um and say i have got your back. that's a bunch of his cabinet officials and others said it's not me and said some nice things about the president. almost as if he took a "roll call" and this editorial men and women stand up or sit down. >> spot on. i think the folks on the ground here say it's a reminder to supporters of this president had you deep the fight is internally against him in washington and galvanizes their support and only does, as you said reiterate the support amongst cabinet members who came out with really strong statements and support. >> to that point the "wall street journal" today has got a news story that talks
about nobody really remembers the last time a senior government official was given anonymity in writing an op-ed. there are a lot of anonymous sources. but an op-ed. they said if it was john kelly, who is going to do it, they would protects him. but they go on to say if it turns out to be the deputy assistant undersecretary's assistant, probably not. and the "new york times" refuses to reveal how senior the senior official actually is. >> and then that would look bad for the "new york times." steve: sure. pete: and their classification of a senior official. you heard the president he use offed the t word treason. they are taking this seriously. someone and groups of people working against him from within. they are hoping to find out and hoping the press might smoke it out as well. that was their hope. ainsley: pete you did a nice job. folks throughout elected him. they don't care. they are going to be naysayers. they look for someone who works for this administration and president who is going to say negative things about him and think that he is the hero.
they look at that guy as being disloyal to this administration and to this president. so, i do think it has helped him with his base thanks so much. pete: you are right, ainsley. brian: thanks, pete. catch up with you at the bottom of the hour and more on that interview. if you want to put one candidate forward in montana that would guarantee a win, it would be don jr. they say that sea rock star in montana. outdoorsman been there so often is he known by everybody. steve: maybe in the future. ed to the important news. i googled it they will be able to track me. the keep america great hat is available for $9.95 on gop.com. ainsley: how much is it normally? steve: one size fits all. so apparently it's been out there for a while. brian: as a nation we are different head sizes. that's an interest commitment. steve: meanwhile, this morning, america is scratching their heads going
what was cory booker talking about yesterday? it looks like he was willing to throw his senate job to the wind and be expelled from the senate because he was going to release classified information. here's the thing. keep this in mind when you are watching this. the emails that he said he was about to release had already been declassified and, yet, this happened. >> i'm going to release the email about racial profiling and i understand that that -- the penalty comes with potential ousting from the senate. and if senator cornyn believes that i violated senate rules, i openly invite and accept the consequences. the emails are being withheld from the public have nothing to do with national security. >> running for president is no excuse for violating the rules of the senate or of confidentiality of the documents that we're imrif. to say. >> now i appreciate the comments of my colleagues
this is the closest i will probably have in my life to i am spartan can you say moment. ainsley: what happens, he says this. and everyone thinks wow, is he willing to give up his senate estate seat because is he going to release these confidential emails and then you learn the real story. at 1:00 yesterday, it was announced that the retractions on releasing those emails -- the restrictions on releasing those emails were labeled committee confidential. well, that had been waived in the morning. so the committee. steve: overnight. ainsley: committee had decided these are no longer confidential. we will release these to the public and then cory booker comes out and says i'm going to be the hero. i'm going to release. they they were lrp release you had. brian: they did, afterwards cory booker releases two more transes of emails that are confidential. is he looking for his time in the spotlight. amongst the people that were a little shocked by these actions being that he wasn't really releasing anything that one really knew and
underlined the fact that there was no bias in what brett kavanaugh did when he was with the bush administration was trey gowdy. >> only 2020 presidential politics, martha. they missed a wonderful opportunities, the senate did to have a robust, interesting hearing about judicial philosophy and whether you're a strict constructionist or whether you are a minimalist, these are legitimate questions and reasonable minds can differ. what i watched over the last couple of days was a bunch of people who want to be the nominee in 2020. and it's sad. ainsley: so true. you ask yourself what is core booker releasing? i was curious. i want to see what is in those emails that were not being released. steve: the bombshell. ainsley: then you read about it kavanaugh was asked after 9/11 whether or not he agreed with racial profiling. he said he was against racially profiling people while working for the bush administration. email says he favors security measures against race based remedies.
>> it was unclear what cory booker was talking about but maybe he was just confused. maybe he did not know that they had been declassified by the committee because, given the whole spartan can you say thing, it is just like i said earlier it's a head scratcher. was he just grand standing? um. brian: trey gowdy says i have known corey sings i got to washington. that's not the cory booker i have know i watched on television. the shame of it all to me that's what ambition in presidential politics can do to otherwise reasonable people. steve: there you go. what do you think? let us know at email@example.com. meantime 7:11 in new york city. you know what time that is. jillian: time for headlines, yes, we do begin with a fox news alert though. serious news to get. to say in a violent night for police nationwide. a deputy shout and another run over in georgia. police arresting this man, nic warnell overnight. the condition of the officers overnight is unknown. in washington a suspect arrested after shooting at police and taking hostages in a car dealership south of
ada tacoma. none of the four hostages were hurt. all officers are okay. the suspect wearing body armor believe to be shot by police before being arrested. a local wyoming g.o.p. office is set on fire less than two days after opening and police believe it was intentional. you can see campaign materials and furniture destroyed a make america great again sign reportedly hanging in that shattered window in layer me. officials say the damage was minor and fortunately there were no injuries. a grand jury now looking into whether former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe should face criminal charges. "the washington post" reports a grand jury has summoned more than one witness and the case is still underway. the doj's inspector general's report in april found that mccabe lied to investigators about his contacts with a "wall street journal" reporter. mccabe was fired from the bureau in march for a lack of candor. the nfl 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. the super bowl champs hanging new banner before kickoff against the atlanta falcons and my birds won the opener 18-12. steve: congratulations. you are rubbing it in. ainsley: they are both amazing. is he really back um? brian: set back up. ainsley: they got lucky they have two good ones. congratulations i know you are happy this morning. brian: for a change. steve: cynthia nixon's plan to bring single payer healthcare to the state is simple fund it and then we will figure ot. it out. one group trying to stop it and you will hear them. brian: i love that check and the city. cutting ties with nike over its kaepernick ad. the school's president will join us live ♪ hit the road jack ♪ no more, no more ♪ hit the road, jack ♪ and don't you come back no more ♪ hit the road, jack
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candidate the tv star cynthia nixon has been about government run healthcare. listen to. this healthcare is a human right. we can ensure all of our people and do it at enormous savings not only to individuals and to employers but to the state itself. >> but, cynthia nixon has no plan to pay for it. telling the new york daily news editorial page pass it and then we will if figure out how to fund it how much would a single payer system actually cost taxpayers? here to weigh in is ginsburg of business counsel of new york state. good morning to you. >> good morning how are you? steve: almost sounds like nancy pelosi what she said we have to pass it to find out what's in it? >> sounds exactly like nancy pelosi. i would say it's probably one of the most irresponsible thing i have ever heard a politician say. a program that would raise taxes in the first year 150% in the state of new york. at the very least. we are not talking about small potatoes. steve: you know there interest a lot of people who don't pay federal taxes. what do i have to lose?
i like the idea of getting something free for nothing. >> well, in this particular case, we are talking about a new york specific health plan. and this is -- my organization business council deals mainly with new york policy. weave do deal with some federal policy. we have been deeply concerned about what's going on in this state. you are correct. people think they are getting a free lunch if you will. but, taxation will be out-of-control. steve: i think i read in new york state alone it would be something like $170 billion just for this and that's what the entire budget for the entire state is. you say the real problem is the loss of jobs. forget about your taxes are going to skyrocket. how many people would lose their jobs if this went through? >> so, conservative estimates are that on the onset of this would be about 150,000 jobs in the state of new york. >> how? >> well, when you consider all of the folks that work for insurance companies that work for brokers, all of the back office people in hospitals and doctors offices. and that's just the beginning. then have you every pizza
shop and every convenience store in small towns lose a thousand jobs from a program like this. 150,000 jobs is the state as new york state loss in the great recession. >> unbelievable. why is it right now when the polsters ask do you like the idea of medicaid for all they go yeah, we would love that why is that number going up? >> i think there is a cup perform reasons. first, you mentioned it earlier, people think they are going to be getting something for nothing. they don't realize the other side of that balance sheet are jeerly increased stacks. and i think beyond that it's partly how we name it if we call it medicaid for all. it sounds sort of great. >> it does. >> ge talk about the fact that bureaucrats have really answered to no one will be running your healthcare program and making healthcare choices for you what you can and can't get -- steve: i think you are right about that. thank you for making the trip. >> my pleasure. steve: we did reach out to the nixon campaign on how they were going to pay for that they have not called us
back. 20 minutes now after the top of the hour. the college of ozark says it will choose its country over a company as plans to strip athletes of nike gear because of the collin kaepernick ad. the school's president next. experience amazing at your lexus dealer. they work togetherf doing important stuff. the hitch? like you, your cells get hungry. feed them... with centrum micronutrients. restoring your awesome, daily. centrum. feed your cells. over the last 24 hours, you finished preparing him for college. in 24 hours, you'll send him off thinking you've done everything for his well being. but meningitis b progresses quickly and can be fatal, sometimes within 24 hours. while meningitis b is uncommon, about 1 in 10 infected will die.
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governor disputes the findings, and finally 2300. that is how many americans went to the er over pizza-related injuries last year. the u.s. consumer products safety commission says most injuries involve cutting the pies or getting burned by the pan. and a pie is a pizza if you live down south not an apple pie,. brian: brian good walk, ainsley we will talk about that later. 25 minutes after the hour. we change gears to something we have been talking about all week in a bold move, the college of the ozarks is dropping nike from all its athletic team uniforms this following the company's decision to make collin kaepernick the spokesperson for the 30th anniversary of the just do it campaign. rolled out a 2 minute spot last night on thursday night football. dr. jerry c. davis is the college of ozarks and joins us now with more on the school's decision. doctor, what went into this? we know that he is taking a
stand and they paint him as somebody who is brave for doing it why is that bad news for the ozarks? >> well, first of all, the college of the ozarks is different from most schools. in that we have a patriotic goal. and we feel like we're -- it's our duty to uphold that goal and it's based on civic responsibility and a love of america and a willingness to definitdefend it we think the ne foundation has not acted responsibly and we are of the opinion that nike corporation is exploiting an issue that we don't think this s. helpful in the culture right now and the college of the ozarks has made its decision on baled on honor trying to carry out our mission and be a good example for young people. so, they have made their decision, we have made our decision. brian: how did you let them know and what was their reaction? >> well, we just simply
served notice that we would no longer have their logo on our uniforms and we would buy uniforms somewhere else. that's what we're doing. we haven't heard from the corporation. i doubt if they care what people like us out in middle america think anyway. brian: i would hope they do care. and i imagine that they are not looking to alienate but they took a huge risk in doing this in my opinion. they put together a great ad. the only person who didn't belong in it was collin kaepernick because it talked about reaching your dreams. doctor, what are you going to do in the fall? >> well, we know something about reaching of dreams. this college for over 100 years has been educating kids that don't have any money. this is a work college. you can't get in here hardly unless you show financial need. we have some of the same goals. we just don't think that using the issue, which goes back to kneeling during the
presentation of a national anthem or the american flag, we don't think that's a constructive way to deal with problems. people are entitled to their own opinion, we are entitled to ours. we also don't like to seat word sacrifice thrown around too much. if you want to find sacrifice you are more than likely in to finding that in somebody who wears this nation's uniform not somebody on an athletic field making money. can i introduce you to your and your audience so somebody that knows about sacrifice, the chairman of our board is a four star general. he once told me about hauling 20 dead marines in his helicopter out of vietnam. i say they sacrificed everything and they did not do it for money and try to exploit it. brian: understood. they say that younger people are for kaepernick and that this is a -- this is an homage to them. it's nike reaching out to the next generation. have you heard any athletes say i want the swoosh on my
uniform? >> no. i haven't. and they may have misjudged the younger generation. some of the information that i have seen show that they are less likely to buy the product. i don't know who nike's marketing genius is but i don't think -- and i don't think it's in the interest of the country. i think people are just tired of divisiveness and disrespect. and so it feeds the end of that. stirred up very much of a controversy all over the country, but the american people need to decide. do you want to support the values of a corporation that's using an issue improperly for the purpose of getting money or do you want to support the values of a work college who is trying to do something patriotic. the public has to decide. brian: have you heard from any brand? have they reached out to you? adivide does? underarmor?
>> well, not yet. but all of our teams don't use nike materials anyway. the baseball team uses adidas. i doubt if we will have finding somebody that will sell us tennis shoes. evidently somebody want to give me some. they called up yesterday and wanted to know what my shoe size was. maybe they want to throw it at me. i don't know. i don't care. but i don't think we are going to have any trouble finding people to sell us material. brian: what is your shoe size? >> are you going to send me some shoes? brian: i might. what is it? >> 9. 9. brian: if you have a 9 shoe and you agree with dr. jerry, send them to him and we'll check back in with you again. we reached out to nike and we have not heard back. college of ozarks taking a stand. >> that doesn't surprise me. brian: dr. jerry davis, thanks so much. >> thank you very much. brian: all right. coming up straight ahead tesla founder elon musk
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what are they doing? they're losing by doing it. >> all right. there you see the president of the united states last night in billings, montana. he would like to see jon tester retired from the u.s. senate. pete hegseth was there he interviewed the president. and i think, pete, one of the reasons that the president does not like mr. tester who is currently a democrat senator from montana is the fact that he would like more republicans to have those jobs but, also, the attack -- the unfair attack the president said from rear admiral ronny jackson when he was up for consideration for the v.a. job personal for the president for what he did to will will will will tester. the energy when he walked out in this interview was like the energy when he walks out right at first at the beginning of his rallies, the crowd was fired up i got a chance to talk to him is the government going to shut down over the wall and of course the nfl, with
the nfl season starting last night. here was the president before the rally on those topics last nights. >> another issue this crowd is often fired up about is the wall a committee you have made washington hasn't been so good at that. there is another budget show down coming up. [chanting build that wall] congress hasn't been very good at funding that wall. you have a budget show down coming down this month. would you shut down the government if wall funding is not included? >> so we started the wall. we have spent now close to $3.2 billion. we're in different parts of california. we're doing an 80-mile strip. but we are looking to get the rest of the funding.
here's the thing. i have a lot of great republicans. we need republicans elected in the mid terms. we have to get republicans. and we are getting the wall done, but i have had so many people, good people, great people, they would rather not do it before. they would rather do it right after the election. they don't want to do anything to upset the applecart. and my inclination -- if it was up to me, i would shut down government over border security. [cheers and applause] and i guess when you get right down to it, it is up to me. i don't want to do anything that is going to hurt us or potentially hurt us because i have a feeling that the republicans are going to do very well. we have the strongest economy we have ever had. i think we are going to do really well in the mid terms between the tax cuts and all of the other things we have done. so, most-likely, i will not do that but we're going to
do it immediately after the election. i have the commitment from mitch mcconnell, from paul ryan, from everybody. we do it right after the election where hopefully, frankly it, will be easy because we will have more republicans, not less. we are doing very well. >> [applause] i think we are doing really very well in the house. we will see how it comes out. it will be an exciting day. i can tell you that nothing will be as exciting as our day almost two years ago. can you imagine. almost three years. [cheers and applause] we will get the wall. we have already started the wall and we will continue onward. pete: mr. president, tonight is the first nfl game. [crowd booing] >> they don't have as many fans as they used to have from collin kaepernick to the nfl and now nike, who is going to win this cultural show down of standing for the anthem? >> we are. >> we are.
[cheers and applause] honestly, i don't know what the nfl is doing. from what i understand, it's in contract that you have to stand for the national anthem. in fact, they have some where it stands yo says you will standing have the helmet on the ground and hand on the heart. that's what it says. i don't know why they aren't enforcing it. in cases where they don't have it, they had a new thing where they don't have to do it. you don't have to kneel. you can go back into the locker room. i think that's worse than kneeling in a certain way. you are going back in. that shows that you just have no respect for the anthem or the flag. i don't like what nike did. i don't think it's appropriate what they did. i honor the flag. i honor our national anthem. and most of the people in this country feel the same way. they feel the same way. [cheers and applause] pete: one more quick question back to washington.
rudy giuliani just told the a.p. that you will not be answering any questions written or in person to the so-called special counsel. [cheers and applause] can you confirm that? >> look, there was no collusion. even in these crazy books they don't talk about collusion. there was no collusion with russia. i love this country. now, if we get along with china, where we are doing very well in trade, you notice what's happening. you z. what's going on. and with canada and with mexico and with different places. but, if we get along with china, if we get along with russia, if we get along just a little while ago, a very nice statement came out from north korea. you probably saw that by the way, you won't read that in the papers because, when it's nice, they don't put it. in kim jong un said very nice things. he said we want to get denuclearization during the trump administration. it just came out a little while ago. nice, very nice. [cheers and applause] i hope i heard what you said
because you don't read that in the fake news ministry. you just don't. they don't want to write that they only want to write bad when it comes to us and it's a shame. the level of unfairness and bias in the press is actually incredible. but, in the meantime, we are winning, folks, be happy because we are winning. >> pete: steve, as you mentioned a lot of national topics but came back to senate race in montana. last question for the president was about jon tester, his treatment of ronny jackson and whether or not he really focuses on the va. listen. >> last question, you are here in montana for a reason. i have a feeling you would like to get rid of one jon tester and replace him with somebody else. [cheers and applause] the v.a. is a personal passion of mine, what happened to ronny jackson was a shame. is that going to be a focus of your remarks. >> first of all, you have a new man matt, do we love matt?
[cheers] >> so mat is i know him so well here. he has been so successful. is he running for the senate. and frankly what tester did to a phenomenal man, admiral ronny jackson. my doctor. is he an admiral. he is a doctor. he is a perfect -- is he just a great person. what they did to demean this man and he held up because he is strong. but most people could never take it. ronny jackson, we love you, it should never have happened. but, what senator tester did and what he said that turned out to be false was incredible. and you see that in politics. people say things that are totally -- they are doing that with matt. they are saying bad stuff and they figure hey, we will correct it after the election is over. let me tell you, you have a winner here, is he going to win and give us his votes. tester is never going to give us a vote. i know he did a commercial. i feel a little bit guilty because he did a commercial
today and everyone is saying it's like a love letter to president trump. that's because i want this state by many, many points. and so is that right? love letter. we are never going to get his vote. on the second assessment if he could, he would get rid of it he will follow schumer and pelosi and maxine waters. [crowd boos] and the problem we have as a group, he will never ever vote for us. he didn't vote for judge gorsuch, justice, now justifiable gorsuch. he didn't vote for tax cuts. he didn't vote for the things that we need. so, you need to elect our friend and he is going to be a phenomenal center, have you got to vote against tester. remember this, remember this, i, in a way i feel very guilty saying it because i almost thought i made the commercial about me. and it was his commercial. [laughter]
but he will never vote for us. and that's ultimately what's important. so, stay with matt, be with matt. i think is he leading in the polls right now. i saw a poll, he is two points up. [cheers and applause] you have somebody who is going to be with us, is he going to vote for us. and is he going to be a great, great senator for your state. [cheers and applause] pete: that race out here is going to be a bellwether race. both sifdz think they can win. trump, of course, carried this state by 20 points. tester is running ads making it look like he has been an ally of trump as well. steve: he voted against neil gorsuch he has not yet met with brawch. brett kavanaugh. i wonder if they will run that ad. ainsley: we are less than an hour away from the august job's report as president trump praises the booming economy. what can we expect interest that report? stuart varney is up next. steve: hello, stu.
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about getting vaccinated against whooping cough. ainsley: less than an hour get the august job's report. steve: stuart varney joins us with the preview. what do you think. >> the economy is building, we are going to get confirmation of that at 8:30 eastern time this morning with famous and important jobs numbers. comes out the first friday of every month. >> what are they expecting? >> i think we are going to see roughly 200,000 new jobs. that's quiets a strong performance. i think we may see the unemployment rate tick down to 3.8%. that will be a generational low. but perhaps more importantly, i think we are going to see wages tick up. i think the pace of wage gains is beginning to pick up. that's a very good sign for middle america. brian: i would love to see that number get out of the 60's into the 70's of those that are just not in the job market, have dropped off and
have not gotten back. >> in you will see that today. i'm pretty sure you don't want to forecast numbers that are going to be released in 45 minutes time. i'm pretty sure you are going to see a lot of those people currently on the sidelines come in to the labor force big dealing. ainsley: you say america is the only game in town. only one seeing numbers like. this as far as our economy is concerned and our stock market, we are the only game in town. all the way around the world economies are stagnating and markets are falling. >> briefly richest man in the world jeff bezos his whole foods workers there want to unionize that is tearing them that would mean maybe amazon would do the same. am john is worried about this. they have workers at whole foods who want a raise. they want unionization. does that spread over to their warehouse workers, the warehouse workers and that would put amazon in a precarious profitable position for retail operation. by the way, amazon stock very high flyer, it's come
down $100 a share in the last couple of days. ainsley: how do you prevent your focuses from unionizing? >> how do you prevent your folks from unionizing can you? >> can you mount a counter campaign and amazon is doing just that of course, you could also raise wages. brian: right. and being credit sized for not. >> bernie sanders is criticizing them heavily for not raising wages. ainsley: thank you, stuart. brian: watching your show on fbn. >> thanks, brian. ainsley: runners are getting ready for the race for the cure including our own gear i didn't willis she is warming up on fox square. brian: that's melissa francis, too. ♪ i run for your your brother, your sistermother, your wife. i run for you ♪
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>> 8:15. it's going to be a lot of fun. there is high energy when we do this race. it's a 5 k so it's 3 and a half miles. you can run it. [laughter] >> three and a half miles? ainsley: can you pretend to be athletic. >> pretending to be athletic. steve: take an uber. >> a bicycle. ainsley: you can walk. we don't have to run we can walk. >> right a lot of people walk. brian: how do we give to your team. >> go to komen nyc.org/fox. you want to participate with us live in new york city, can you register on sunday morning at the very last minute and go with us or if you live elsewhere give money, join us. ainsley: please, take her over the top. she has a goal. how are you as far as your goal? >> we're a little over halfway there. and i have to say, our employer is matching the
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>> what is your message to the people of montana? >> our country is doing than it has ever done before the. markets are the highest, the jobs are the best. brian: elizabeth warren went on the attack. >> if he's not able to do his job they should invoke the 25th amendment. >> it will choose country over company as it plans to strip athletes of nike gear. >> you will find that in somebody who wears the nike uniform, not somebody on the of lytic field making a lot of money. >> what i watched over the last
couple days was a bunch of people who want to be the nominee in 2020. >> closer than i ever have in my life to and i particles moment. >> i'm the only history -- what a job he has done. of it does happen he is your fault. ♪ i am loving a country girl ♪ i living in a country world ♪ bright back they didn't sing this song in our studio. welcome to the number one cable news show in this country. we can see who is watching. ainsley: pete texas went to montana for the rally and it was so cool because it looked like you were in a basketball arena and interviewing the athlete
after he won the game. >> reporter: it was very cool, unique experience. you don't know how to deal with the crowd reaction in the middle of an interview. we did the best we could to make it work, and the crowd was enthusiastic, first moment we had seen him. we asked a lot of questions and we have a big interview the rest of the hour but we talked about the new york times. the building's gazette said no punches polls but an op-ed in the new york times had a different perspective written anonymously. we asked the first question to the president about that. this is what he had to say. >> an anonymous column written in the new york times. and i think this audience will see an attack on you is an attack on people who voted for you. are you closer to knowing who
did it and what if you find out who did it? >> what they have done is virtually treason, you can call it a lot of things but to think you have somebody in all the cabinets, so many people became forward writing editorials saying it has to be a fairly low level because people today coming out, all the people saying such great things. we have a lot of love for this administration. the white house is truly as you would say a well oiled machine. we have i heard you say yesterday thousands of people that in theory could qualify so they take one person out of thousands but what is unfair i don't mind when they write a book because it gets discredited. we discredited the last one and all of them. that i tell you when somebody
rights and you can to discredit because you don't know who they are you usually find out the background is bad, might not be a republican or conservative, might be a deep state person, you don't know where. it is a very unfair thing to our country and the millions of people who voted for us. >> reporter: a lot more of the interview later in the hour. anyone who thinks the enthusiasm is dampened among his supporters needs to go to a rally like this. just as excited as they have been for this president. brian: you are asking with a hand microphone, you gave it to him. >> reporter: what do you do? ainsley: you are taught in school never give away your microphone but when it is the president of the united states
you do. >> reporter: i realize i am done. rob: more with pete and his interview with the president in 20 minutes. steve: brett kavanaugh hearings have dominated this network and others and it started off by them saying they don't have enough paperwork. we don't want to be here, we are not voting for brett kavanaugh to begin with and then back to business. that is the rearview mirror. nothing will happen on day 2. they made their stand. i was wrong. steve: cory booker wanted to release committee confidential things and talked to mike lee and we didn't know what happened so yesterday morning cory booker was very specific essentially i willing to be expelled from the u.s. senate but i'm going to release classified documents. as you watch that, that is what
he said but he knew they had already been declassified. >> i'm going to release the email about racial profiling. i understand that comes with potential ousting from the senate and if senator cornyn believes i violated senate rules i invite and accept the consequences. the emails are being withheld from the public, have nothing to do with national security. >> running for president is no excuse for violating the rules of the senate or confidentiality of the documents we are privy to. >> i appreciate the comments of my colleagues, the closest i will ever have in my life to and i particles moment. brian: i partisan the 1960 movie with kirk douglas the romans wanted to know who was spartacus and everybody else around kirk douglas says i spartacus.
steve: doesn't really apply here. that means he is joining people but he is cavalier. he is a cowboy in this situation. >> spartacus has to be used correctly. ainsley: emails i withheld because they are confidential. than the committee decide they are not confidential because we want to see these emails. the night before cory says that they decide we are going to release these, they won't be confidential. everyone has an email saying now they are confidential and cory goes up and says i am releasing these and might lose my senate seat and i spartacus but when you know the facts they are already declassified and nonconfidential. brine back the passage where he is standing up will make a great 2020 i am running for president
commercial. fundraising -- finance this. >> the public is smarter than that and people on the left want to run against him and point out how wrong that moment was. >> if you look at senators on the committee, democrats who want to run for office is trying to get their questions in for the democratic party. kamala harris from day one right out of the gate just stepped in and interrupted him. brine brian: trying to trap brett kavanaugh into saying he has spoken to the law firm who represented the president. and brett kavanaugh said i don't know who you are talking about.
ainsley: when cory booker said that, what do they say, what are they releasing? what is the bombshell? there was no bombshell. documents are about racial profiling after 9/11 and brett kavanaugh's recommendation is effective security measures that are race neutral, i against race-based remedies, using racial profiling with the bush administration when people are going through the line that airports. brian: there was no headline, no bombshell. it is interesting when you compare the fact that this man has been nominated by a republican president as opposed to the last person nominated by a democrat and i'm talking about brett kavanaugh and alana kagan, i can't talk about how i would rule.
the new york times put this headline up. brett kavanaugh gets question on presidential powers and subpoena. the body of the security talked about dodging direct questions. when you flash back it is different. >> when alana coggin, and she offers a new opinion. >> the same tack, a little hypocrisy. >> and >> the girls basketball team. >> they just looked straight. >> who are the kids in the situation. keep in mind we had 24 hours of
testimony beginning at 9:30 and who knows what will happen. >> it looks as if he will be confirmed. ainsley: and after next week no more testifying. he can have a glass of wine and relax. jillian has headlines for us. >> reporter: after this week it is crazy. some serious news, violent night nationwide. the deputy shot and another on the run in georgia. police arresting this man, the condition of the officers is unknown. a suspect arrested after shooting at police and taking hostages. none of the four hostages were hurt. all officers are okay. the suspect wearing body armor believed to be shot by police before being arrested. a man with a plan to kill the president after being pulled over with 6 guns in his car.
user deputies asking why he had the weapons? they need to fix the problem or i'm going to fix the problem. offices determined he was drinking. he could face 10 years in prison if convicted. the cdc investigating what caused passengers to get sick on two separate flights, both american airlines planes landing in philadelphia carrying 12 people with flulike symptoms. one from paris and the other in germany. health officials believe a flu outbreak caused 100 people to fall ill from dubai to new york earlier this week. a dozen were hospitalized. the nfl season kicks off without protest during the national anthem. michael bennett sat down before the end them wrapped up but no kneeling. they hang their new banner before kickoff against the atlanta falcons. the eagles won 18-12. i surprised everyone in the
control has been airing this story so much. brian: you are in charge of the news headlines. thanks a lot. congratulations. ainsley: 13 after the top of the hour. you heard the president's reaction to the new york times op-ed. geraldo rivera has a message for that anonymous register -- resistor. steve: elon musk brightening up the internet, the broadcast interview up in smoke. brine mac is he okay? why bother mastering something?
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brine mac donald trump tearing into that anonymous source. geraldo, rand paul suggested to find a senior administration official, wire everybody up to a lie detector. what do you think of that? >> kind of a grim visual. the revelation will come into time. it is outrageous you have a cabal of opponents to this president who are trying not just to defeat him or defeat his nomination to the high court but to put out the slanderous notion that the president has lost his marbles, that he's reckless, that he's going to be slim pickens in the movie about the end of the world, doctor strangelove. did a great job with the president in front of that crowd. that is not a crazy person speaking, it is -- i have known
him for decades. he's not crazy. many of the people around him for just as long, they are competent people who are opposed to those unable to defeat the nominee to the supreme court or their politics, so they resort to reckless talk of invoking the 25th amendment to remove the president from office. what their goal is is to unsettle, to use any means necessary but generally speaking, and those who love the president will continue to love the president, those who hate him will use any means necessary to cause him discomfort. i did in full of it. the president is right, a gutless backstabbing rat. steve: who do you think it is? >> i don't know.
to me it is a faceless, unelected bureaucrats with a great deal of busyness -- bitterness and venom. barack obama had plenty of leakers and prosecuted some of them but the president was popular with the press. even though he was coming up to members of the media the press turned a blind eye with the other cheek. now donald trump is doing it, look how they are behaving, wrecking the world, coming apart at the seams, someone take the red button away from him. steel those letters off his desk so he doesn't have the audacity -- it is appalling. ainsley: insiders say it was not them. >> jimmy kimmel revealed it was jared kushner. geraldo did what i recommend the president did. he reached his brother craig
because he need someone he can trust, the president should have his kids with them all the time, somebody you can trust. ainsley: 20 after the top of the hour. alexandria ocasio-cortez became a darling of the media after her shocking primary when in new york. republicans might have found a match, meet the millennial republican candidate. i was just excited for it to be over. harvoni is a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. it's been prescribed to more than a quarter million people and is proven to cure up to 99% of patients who have had no prior treatment with 12 weeks. certain patients can be cured with just 8 weeks of harvoni. before starting harvoni your doctor will test to see if you've ever had hepatitis b which may flare up and cause serious liver problems during and after harvoni treatment. tell your doctor if you've ever had hepatitis b, a liver transplant, other liver or kidney problems, hiv or any other medical conditions
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rallying support for gubernatorial candidate christine norman who is taking on democrat billy sutton and returning to fargo to stump for congressman kevin kramer, challenging heidi heitkamp for her senate seat in a virtual dead heat. >> when alexandria ocasio-cortez beat new york representative joe crowley she became a democrat and media darling and republicans think they might have found her match. she is 33 years old, republican running for congress against a democrat establishment politician, 6 percentage points of him in the primary and as one op-ed put that she is not your father's republican. thank you for joining us. what did you think of the headline. do you agree with it?
>> socialism will never work. it might be a great campaign platform for certain parts of new york but won't work for the central valley in california. we need real reform for challenges here for water, education and not economics. >> we saw gillam beat the establishment party pick. alexandria ocasio-cortez beat joe crowley, no one saw that coming. many say you are the alexandria ocasio-cortez of california, the gop pick running against jim costa. explain the jungle primary system. everyone no matter what your party is rent against each other at the top two go on? >> correct. everyone runs in the primary and when they do, you can vote for anybody on the ballot so democrat and republican, in the
jungle primary i received 37% of the total a vote against a 14 year incumbent. >> that his neck in neck considering he has a lot of experience. what do you tell folks voting for you to take you over and win this election? >> we need real solutions for this community. this is the fourth congressional district in the country with 412 out of 435 lowest income in the united states, 9 in ten people have a high school degree and for our add community here, we don't have water. jim costa has been a career politician for 40 years. and he is a member of congress. he has a vision for the community.
>> a big issue in california, the homeless population a big issue here, what are your plans for those issues? >> we need immigration reform. as the daughter of refugees i understand the importance of a policy that works. and my opponent, jim costa punted this topic and never been a leader to make it work. our president and congress having discussion. it is my hope we will come together and focus on border and national security but make sure it works for us from an economic standpoint and increase like the guest worker program or farmers in the valley. >> congratulations. we are moments away from the august jobs report and bring you
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but if you are on welfare this opportunity, i wonder if we could get the welfare rolls with the unemployment and jobs we would start condensing. >> the whole thing about the number of jobs, there are more jobs than people. you are talking about the participation rate, the number of people not working. a lot of them are retired. >> i get it if you are retired a lot of people say i give up but don't. go out again. >> the president was touting the economy, speaking out in montana and pete exit traveled alongside him and got an inclusive interview in front of the crowd. that is pretty nerve-racking to interview the president but you had a crowd. >> reporter: a little bit. he makes it comfortable. the lights are on and they were on it the arena. he touted jobs and more to tell with huge jobs numbers.
i had a chance before his speech to ask questions, shut down the government over the wall and what does he think about the nfl and nike, the president candidate as he always is. >> the crowd is often fired up about the wall. [cheers and applause] >> washington has not been good at that. there is another budget showdown. [crowd chanting] >> congress hasn't been very good at funding that wall. a budget showdown coming out this month. would you shut down the government if wall funding is not included.
>> we started the wall, $3.2 billion in different parts of california. we are looking to get the rest of the funding. i have a lot of great republicans. we need republicans elected. we are getting the wall done that i had so many people that rather not do it before but after the election. don't want to do anything to upset the apple cart. my inclination if it was up to me i would shut down government over the wall. [cheers and applause] >> when you get down to what it is up to me. i don't want to do anything that will hurt us. i have a feeling that the republicans are going to do very well, we have the strongest economy. we are going to do really well
in the midterms. all the other things we have done. most likely, i will not do that, immediately after the election. i have a commitment from mitch mcconnell, paul ryan and everybody to do it right after the election. hopefully it will be easy because we will have more republicans, not less. and i think -- we will see how it comes down. an exciting day. nothing will be as exciting as our day. can you imagine? so we are going to get the wall. we started the wall. we will continue onward. >> reporter: mister president, tonight is the first nfl game. they don't have much.
from colin kaepernick to the nfl to nike who is going to win this cultural showdown standing for the nfl? >> we are. [cheers and applause] >> honestly i don't know what the nfl will do. what i understand it is in contract that you have to stand for the national anthem. you will stand, have the helmet on the ground at hand on the heart. i don't know why they are not enforcing it. in cases where they don't have a new thing is they don't have to do that, you can go back into the locker room. i think that is worse than kneeling. that shows you have no respect for the anthem. i don't like what nike did. i don't think it is appropriate what they are doing. i honor the flag. i honor our national anthem.
>> reporter: one more quick question. rudy giuliani told the ap that you will not answer any questions written or in person to the so-called special counsel. >> there was no collusion. there was no collusion with russia. i love this country. if we get along with china we are doing well, you notice what is happening, what is going on with canada and mexico. if we get along with china and russia, a very nice statement came from north korea. you all read that in the papers. kim jong un said very nice things.
we want to get denuclearization during the trump administration. it just came out. i hope you heard, you don't read that in the fake news media. they don't want to write that. they only want to write bad things. the level of unfairness and bias in the press is incredible but in the meantime we are winning. be happy because we are winning. brian: we will find out on "fox and friends". the whole interview in its entirety, we talk about jobs and the economy is accomplishment, with a $200,000 number we will hear more about that. steve: the entire interview is on our facebook page. >> reporter: eight hours over the weekend. steve: he was talking about
wages and jobs and looking at job numbers tween 9 minutes ago and wages have started picking up, 2.9% from a year ago. last time it was around 3% was in 2009. ainsley: who wants more money? who wants a friday? jillian: wonder what elon musk is up to? his lighting up the internet after smoking pot during a live interview. watch this. >> is that a joint? >> it is legal, right? >> totally legal. >> tobacco and marijuana. jillian: the tesla ceo taking a puff when talking to joe rogan on the joe rogan experience. marijuana is legal in california but musk said he is not a regular smoker of weed because he doesn't find it good for
productivity. it is a cup of coffee in reverse. there you have it, in a bold move the college of the ozarks dropping nike from all equity uniforms in response to the company's decision to make colin kaepernick the face of it just do it at campaign. the missouri school president joined us to discuss his decision. >> a patriotic goal, we feel it is our duty to uphold that goal-based responsibility and love of america and going to defend it. >> the choice is promoting disrespect for america. legendary actor burt reynolds has died. >> i go from place to place, do what i do best. >> what is that? >> show up. ainsley: reynolds becoming a
celebrity for the longest yard. he was right here on "fox and friends" sharing what he wanted people to take from his book. >> i hope they know i worked hard and wanted very much to do good work and i hope they get to know me a little bit. ainsley: reynolds died in a florida hospital of cardiac arrest, he was 82 years old. steve: he did the longest yard, the remake. great actor. janice dean can't act that she can do the weather. >> i connect the don't need to with a wonderful crowd like this today. let's talk about the crowd and the wonderful event coming up but first i want to show you the threat of a hurricane across the east coast, several storms, some in the pacific, some in the atlanta, watching florence because it is likely we will have a storm perhaps hit us on the east coast. we don't know exactly where. the timing on this, how strong
it will be but this weekend on the east coast especially southeast, mid-atlantic you need to make your preparations, we think wednesday or thursday. there is your warning. we will keep you posted. we have more activities. we will be horsing around. steve: brett kavanaugh's confirmation hearing wraps up after democrats document, senator lindsey graham here with reaction next. call him the electric cowboy riding his battery-powered horse all over the neighborhood. live on fox square. ♪ cowboy baby ♪ cowboy baby ♪ stimulant laxatives forcefully stimulate the nerves in your colon. miralax is different. it works with the water in your body unblocking your system naturally. miralax .
steve: joining us to talk about what is happening today and making sense over the last two days senator lindsey graham talking about the brett kavanaugh hearings, he could be next chairman of the judiciary committee and chuck grassley saying went to take it now? so many times, how would you characterize what is happening so far? >> a comedy of errors. this should be required viewing. if you're going to use a document, read it. the document they used to accuse him of racial profiling if you read the thing, he was against racial profiling. if you are willing to get kicked out of the senate to make sure documents are provided make sure they haven't been provided. the one that bothered me the most and i like senator harris, is to insinuate that brett kavanaugh did something wrong by talking to an unnamed person at a 300 person law firm. what she tried to do for the country is suggest that brett kavanaugh had an inappropriate
conversation with somebody in a 300 person law firm but she would never tell him who. he said i don't know what you are talking about. that line of questioning is inappropriate. if you don't like him vote no. don't suggest this man is anything other than honest. steve: the first day was delay of game number 2, the document situation. what do we expect today? >> witnesses from the american bar association telling us why they found brett kavanaugh well-qualified. he is the star of his generation of conservative warriors and has been for 12 years. this hearing was sad and became a joke. when they engaged in the law, they tried to accuse him of
being involved in using documents stolen by somebody else he had no knowledge of. the in you and you and smear campaign bothered me the most. none of them will vote for brett cavanagh but all of them should. the most well-qualified man in america. steve: a few columns by you, very few people closer to john mccain than you and very few people the president trusts more than you. how can senator graham be close to both? >> john mccain was my dearest friend. i traveled the world with him. i loved him like a brother. donald trump is my president, the people of south carolina have a fondness for this president and his policies. i got to know him. i want him to succeed. i like you doing on national security. an obligation to help my president as i have come to like him and people who are now criticizing my relationship with mccain, with trump and holding mccain up you are the same people in 2008 that called john mccain a crazy old man running a
racist campaign. i know how the game is played. you have a good economy, doing well on national security. talk about the things that matter and he will get reelected and i would like to help. >> something you wanted to see, a lasting presence in syria. the president agreed to that. senator graham, great to talk to you. you are at the forefront of many issues. best look in the circus today. >> i will be in the clown car with the rest of them. brian mack this electric cowboy is on fox square. now that is anything that square, bill hammer. >> good morning. big hitters on the campaign trail, guess who shows up, the head of the car in the city on all things midterms. the president hits the road as washington looks for the leaker in chief and another day of
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