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poured a flammable liquid inside and outside the store before lighting it thankfully nobody was hurt. the fire only caused minor damage. anger control. rob: brilliant move there. jillian: thanks for watching. have a good day. >> never assaulted anyone not in high school, not ever. >> this shameful, shameful smear campaign has hit a new low. >> how many united states senators are willing to change the standards of justice against them to accusation without corroboration? >> president trump taking his america first message back to the u.n. this morning. he is expected to renew his stance on foreign policy during andreas to the general assembly. >> deputy attorney general rod rosenstein has a meeting with president trump set for thursday. >> i think rod rosenstein needs to be in the witness chair this week. >> a new poll shows republicans are now more popular than democrats according to this gallup poll. it's the party's highest
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favorability rating since 2011. >> president trump and the leader of south korea moon jae-in signed the u.s. korea free trade agreement. >> i have never seen my name in korean. looks nice. ♪ stayed up night long ♪ made our drinks too strong ♪ feeling 10 feet tall. steve: weirdly, that song is when what we did in the. shoot. all night long. anna: all on the record. brian: fox nation is going to be one of the most unique rollouts in the history of television over-the-top programming. anna: you are going to be doing a lot of history and cooking. steve: if you want more information about the subscription based fox nation for the super fans go to foxnews.com. brian: we were not doing the
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shoot we were buzzing about brett kavanaugh's interview with martha maccallum last night. first time we had a chance to hear from him sings his 30 hours when he was just defending his judicial record. now he sat down to talk to martha about the three accusations coming his direction. first from high school. the second from college. and the third looks like a big mystery led by the perpetually tan michael after that they. steve: that's right. if you saw it last night, you know they were -- they seemed very ernest. it was emotional. he made it very clear he is not going anywhere. and they were both very firm in his denial. >> in america we have fairness. we hear from both sides. a fair process at a minimum, at a bare minimum requires hearing from both sides before rushing to judgment. people might have had too many beers on occasion and people generally in high
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school. i think all of us have probably done things we look back on in high school and regret or cringe a bit. that's not what we are talking about. we are talking about an alleys of sexual assault. i have never sexually assaulted anyone. i have always treated women with dignity and respect. listened to the people who have known me best from my whole life, the women who have known me sings high school. the 65 who overnight signed a letter from high school saying i always treated them with dignity and respect. anna: he also said that he doesn't doubt that maybe dr. ford did go through something from someone at some point in time but that it wasn't him. and that he certainly never in his life sexually assaulted anyone. he says he never even had sex with anyone until years after high school. that was one of the big take aways i think people were talking about, too. he was willing to open up and talk about, you know, something so personal like that. he said he was never involved with a woman that way at all. steve: that's right. and his wife ashley was at his side. she revealed at one point in march that's great interview
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revealed that this whole confirmation process a lot harder than they thought going in. >> i want a fair process where can i defend my integrity and i know i'm telling the truth. i know my lifelong record. and i'm not going to let false accusations drive me out of this process. i have faith in god. and i have faith in the fairness of the american people. >> this process is incredibly difficult. harder than we imagined, and we imagined it might be hard. but, at the end of the day, our faith is strong, and we know that we're on the right path. we're just going to stick to it. brian: you have to straddle that line. if you are judge kavanaugh. you might be outraged but you can't show it you can't diminish a woman who you said you haven't met that
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she says she went through something horrific as a tenth grader. now she is in her 50's. at the same time, you have got it let everybody know i wasn't there. never met her. i don't know what she is referring. to say here's my schedule of what i was doing in 1982. and i was trying to get into an ivy league school, playing two sports. here is what i was actually doing. i don't even remember going to that party. it's a very tough line. you think it was tough getting ready to defend all your cases and decisions and releasing the skepticism many democrats have in your candidacy. this is tougher. because this is about personal and you could tell that he did not want to make a mistake last night and some have said and ed henry said he talked to a couple of republicans it was a little stiff, a little robotic not really when you consider what's at stake, i thought. steve: his whole life is on the line. that's one of the reasons why they were emotional at times. at the same time, you know, he is trying to answer these accusations that we're going to finally see this woman,
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dr. christine ford on thursday, we think. brian: we think. steve: we think, exactly. could she be getting cold feet because yesterday her attorney michael barometer very much sent a letter to michael grassley and the committee what is going on. first of all who is this special sex crimes prosecutor is going to be asking these questions on thursday. we would like the identity of this person we thought it was going to be fair and respectful treatment. we did not get that yesterday from the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell when he went to the well of the senate and he just absolutely blasted the process and the democrats. >> this is what the so-called resistance has become. a smear campaign, pure and simple. aided and abetted by members of the united states senate.
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chairman grassley has made sure the facts will be heard. judge kavanaugh and american people deserve nothing less. judge kavanaugh will be voted on here on the senate floor. up or down. on the senate floor. this fine nominee to the supreme court will receive a vote. anna: what is he doing is slamming the process of what is going on. not slamming judge ford -- or, excuse me, dr. ford, and everything she has been going through for decades if she did indeed go through something so horrific which she believes was from judge kavanaugh, even though he denies those accusations. brian: then have you debbie ramirez whose story appears in the new yorker whose story didn't line up for the "new york times." this story wasn't one way or the other to print. we talked to 12 different people and we couldn't corroborate the story so we moved on. the new yorker says they are bitter because we locked her up and having the story and now staying wasn't worthy of them.
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let them fight it out. bottom line there is no no one to corroborate the debbie ramirez story. not saying it's not true. she says it took mease me weeks of contemplation to remember if it was judge kavanaugh or not and knowing there was huge holes in my story because i was so drunk. steve: she said to some people last week i'm not even sharier it was him. apparently the president did call mr. kavanaugh yesterday and said good luck with the interview with martha maccallum. the president called mitch mcconnell and said you better have a vote on this nomination pretty soon. this is all accord ing to "the washington post. they have say the president is us from the straighted a froe pace of not only key ageneral da items but how mitch is processing this particular confirmation. he says mitch and chuck grassley have been too accommodating of the accuser and her side and says the republicans have been too easily manipulated by the democrats and according to the "the washington post."
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the president is sick of ford's attorneys getting their way. does not believe the accusations are credible. anna: yeah. well that line kept getting pushed and pushed and pushed and pushed. there were so many different delays. we are wondering if thursday there will be that hearing because of dr. ford's attorney saying they don't think this is fair. they are asking for the resumes of the attorneys that will be asking the questions instead of the republicans. brian: 10 republicans have not made up their mind, 41 have. among the 10, the four that look like they need to hear more and the president can get mad at mitch mcconnell all he wants. if these republicans don't want to vote you flight a vote in which you lose. sasse and corker is up in the air. cork r. mckowski is up in the air. susan collins wants to hear from ramirez, the one-time yale freshman who says that she was i don't know the right way to say it but she had unsavory incident with brett kavanaugh when she was
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in college. so, you can say i want to vote. but if susan collins is going to vote no and if jeff flake is going to vote no. then you got to go in thereby and say what are you going to need to vote yes. ainsley: wondering what the politicayes.ains. anna: wondering what the political fallout will be. he said the republicans can kiss the mid terms goodbye if kavanaugh doesn't get confirmed. brian: i agree. steve: it comes down to how they look on thursday how they both appear on thursday, that is to say. judge jeanine says what we have seen in the last week is pretty much the state of affairs in politics these days. listen to this. >> constitution applies to illegals, it applies to criminals, murderers, but it doesn't apply a man who has dedicated his life to the pursuit of justice, a man who no woman in the last i don't know how many decades has said a bad word about him and now all of the
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sudden we have the left using the rules of sole olenski chaos to bring socialism and anarchy to this country. i'm going to ask one question, sean, i would like to know how many united states senators are willing to change the standards of justifiable against them to accusation without corroboration and i guarantee you if we start and go down that road, things will change. brian: basically, people level headed as chris coons say it's up to kavanaugh to dispel the accusations? really? that's turning the law right on its head. i think this is going to be a very intense day thursday if they have it then have you michael avenatti with other accusation right around the bend after that. steve: comes down to thursday the tv show if it is public and televised how believe. and the cases they make to the personal public. anna: thus far we want to know what you think. head to our social media pages and hit us up at friends@foxnews.com. we want to hear from you.
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brian: sarah huckabee sanders coming up shortly. first jillian mele. jillian: manhunt underway for a brutal murderers. dallas police looking for a man who stabbed a. it's not clear if the suspect knew his victim. comes a week after the deadly stabbing of this woman here while jogging in d.c. a service being held today for wendy martinez in her florida hometown. while you were sleeping, a plane's tires suddenly explode after it's forced to make an emergency landing. delta airlines flight heading from new jersey to paris diverting to new york's jfk airport. police say the plane, carrying over 200 passengers had some type of hydraulic failure. thankfully nobody was hurt. president trump taking his america first message back to the u.n. this morning. expected to renew his stance on foreign policy during andreas to the general assembly in new york just a few hours from now. it comes after the u.s.
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reached a new trade agreement with south korea. of the president also revealing a second meeting with north korean leader kim jong un could happen soon. so stay tuned for more on that. steve: all right. big day in news. thank you. brian: 13 minutes after the the hour. you heard her greatest hits on the campaign trail. we're going to flip this seat red in november. >> unemployment is low because everyone has two jobs. brian: yep, turns out alexandria ocasio-cortez better british up on her economics and fast. steve: plus rod rosenstein's fate hang not guilty balance ahead of his meeting on thursday. should he stay or should he go? will jason chaffetz give us his opinion in the next segment? brian: i think that's a yes. anna: good morning. ♪ change the world tonight ♪ whose going to how can we say when you book direct at choicehotels.com
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no, he is there he is going to quit. nope, is he going to meet on thursday. >> that camera was fixed on the white house to see if he was coming in and out. going to brains pal's meeting. the president is going to meet with him on thursday. was on the phone with him yesterday. very tempered approach from donald trump doing the right thing. steve: we have heard he said if i said anything about a wire i was being sarcastic. larger issue why were they having a conversation about moving the president with the 25th amendment. >> exactly. let's believe rosenstein if he did say something sarcastically, what was the underlying discussion? why is it they had six or seven people there talking about taking down donald trump? remember the context. they had just gotten rid of director comey based on the rosenstein memo in part. second part was it was the day or two before rod rosenstein actually appoints the special counsel. steve: sure. you wonder where did this leak come from?
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where did the "new york times" get this? a lot of people pointing the finger at andrew mccabe who got fired a while back he is trying to provoke the president to make him so mad you won't believe what your people were saying that he will fire rod rosenstein and chaos will ensue. >> mccabe who certainly seems to have motivation and question about those notes. congress needs to kick in and do its thing. they need to see those notes, which is a fair thing to do. really what they should be doing is identifying those six or seven people in that circle. steve: right. >> bring them in for transcribed introduce underoath and try dissect. this that cannot happen soon enough. steve: yesterday at the u.n. ambassador nikki haley and secretary of state mike pompeo were taking talking about the 25th amendment. listen to this. >> i'm not aware of any cabinet members that are even talking about that. it is completely and totally absurd. >> i will add no discussion with me about the 25th amendment either. so you can now report that there are two senior leaders have said your question was ludicrous. i have been at the center of
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this administration along with lots of other folks for -- from virtually day one. i have never heard anyone talk about it, whisper about it, joke about it in any way. steve: unless you are reading the "new york times." >> well, look, donald trump has been doing a great job producing results. look at what happened with south korea yesterday. mike pompeo there, nikki haley there. after the cnn was saying well, there is only one senior administration official pompeo says well, i have been here since the beginning, too. the president has been doing a great job. he has been producing results. and so these stories, a lot of flailing by the media but not a lot of substance behind it. steve: he has a brand new book out. >> it's great. it's called the deep state. chafin jafts, thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: 22 million illegals are living in the united states. that's far more than we have heard of before. where did that number come from? will talk to the men who crunch the numbers coming up next. what issues are on the minds
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>> we're going to flip this seat red in november. >> unemployment is low because everyone has two jobs. steve: okay. some quick headlines for you new york congressional candidate alexandria ocasio-cortez better brush up on her facts. the democratic socialist agreeing to debate her republican opponent economics professor dr. anthony pappas. no exact date yet has been set. and ohio governor john kasich wants to make it harder for dangerous people to get their hands on guns. the republicans signing an order in ohio directing police there to add the
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names of individuals facing deportation or rather protection orders to the data base of people banned from owning guns. it's intended to close the gaps in ohio's gun background check system. all right. brian? anna? brian: steve a new study finds the number of illegal immigrants living in the u.s. is actually higher than we previously thought by a lot. the study found that 22.1 million illegal immigrants were living in our country over double the previously estimated 11 million. anna: here to explain how they came up with the new number are the authors of that study professor of operations research public health and engineering at yale university and jonathan feinstein. good morning and thanks for being with us. >> good morning, anna, how are you? >> thank you for inviting us. anna: i'm fine. thank you for asking. jonathan, i will start with you. how have we been wrong for so long and how did you figure out a new way to study these numbers? >> yes, the numbers we have
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about 11 million, are based on survey approaches in which they go out into the community and ask individuals to explain about their country of origin. we looked at those approaches and we saw that they potentially were not going to be valid. it's difficult to get individuals who are undocumented to respond to a survey like that. it's hard to locate them. they certainly have a reason not to be located. they may not answer truthfully on the survey. we thought it was a good opportunity to take a different approach and see using a different approach what kind of numbers we good and it turns out we got very different numbers. > brian: did you look at border crossings? overstayed visas? what were you looking at? >> simple logic is we just look at everyone who is coming into the country and subtract everyone who is leaving. so coming into the country you are exactly right. we are looking at border crossings. we are looking at people who are overstaying their visas, those are the two main ways that undocumented immigrants come in.
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and then leaving the country people, of course, who are detained and then deported are a major source of this. also people leave voluntarily. people die and some people gain legal status. again, the essence of our approach is to say what was the initial population in about 1990. wee think it was about 3.5 million. you add everyone who comes. in you subtract everyone who goes out it does not involve asking anybody any questions. it's base working with operational data. anna: so, if your numbers are correct. it sounds like we probably need to change the way we are dealing with our problem of illegal immigration. jonathan, how confident are you in these numbers? do we need to do more research in a similar face? >> well, we certainly do i want to add as well this is a product of american history, the modern history starts in about 1990. and from that time to now, there was a very large increase, we believe in the number of undocumented
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individuals from 1990 into the middle 2,000s. important to recognize since 2008 the number has actually been quite stable. we have a much better control over our borders than we had previously. brian: right. but the number keeps going up, correct, ed? >> actually, it's been quite stable over the past 10 years. >> right, you actually, jonathan is right. the number doesn't keep going up. the number has actually been flat since about 2008 the question is where has that number been foreign emphasize we are not saying that the population of illegal immigrants has factually doubled what we're saying it was higher all along and under estimated for all of these years. we believe it was underestimated because of this survey approach. >> i would also add there is a lot of uncertainty. brian: you are telling me we always had 22 million illegals, they keep dying or leavingor get naturalized?
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>> not always but for the past 10 years the number has been stable. 22 million is an average over many, many different replications of our basic model. the number i would say we're more confident in is a conservative estimate of 16.7 million, which is 50% higher than what was previously believed. we're quite confident that there are at least that number. there easily could be as many as 22 million. in fact, the you were ends of our simulations as far as 29 million. anna: all right. gentlemen, thank you from yale university, thanks so much and they say politics didn't play a role at all in the way that they immigration reform has to take that number in. if they don't like it they have to question it 29 minutes after the hour. straight ahead boy or girl because one hospital is removing labels from patient wrist bands what did jillian mele and rick have in
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take your razor, yup. up and down, never side to side, shaquem, you got it? come on stay focused. hard work baby, it gonna pay off. steve: it's your shot of the morning. philadelphia is going wild for the philadelphia fliers new mascot meet gritty. anna: is he very attractive. brian: not really. steve: creature with a bright orange beard described why the team as loyal but mischievous. brian: why not choose a flier. the rival pittsburgh pen quinns not impressed tweeting lol. gritty responded to all of his tweets with good night, twitter. anna: he had a tough debut slipping on the ice shooting a t-shirt cannon.
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maybe looking for sympathy points. brian: are they going to get ride of of gritty not popular and attractive. steve: looks like gritty is doing the splity is that appropriate mascot for the fliers? email us at friends@foxnews.com on facebook or tweet us. brian: it's terrible. let's be honest. who liked it? who approved it. jillian: hey. anna: what do you say, jillian? jillian: it's slightly frightening do i agree. people from philly now say no one likes us and we don't care. boom. steve: i'm ugly but i'm lovable. brian: i have a sense that gritty is going to get booed first game. jillian: maybe. brian: gallup poll good news for republicans they asked about the favorability poll and hey cutting into the -- what are we six weeks away now? anna: less than. brian: what about favorability for republicans and democrats.
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september of 2017 republicans have 36% approval rating. 2017 that is with democrats 44. i was shocked to see this. republicans now have a one point advantage. >> it is the highest level of favorability for republicans in seven years. this is a poll by gallup and gallup does a summary on their website and they say for the republican party less than two months away from an election they could see them lose control of both the houses and the senate gains in public favorability is a welcome sign. they have been wallowing in below 40% in the last five years after rarely sinking that low in the past two decades. talk as lot about the fact the last time the poll was taken back in 2017 the republicans were trying to undo obamacare. and that became a public spectacle but then they passed the tax cuts which are hugely popular with republicans. anna: you have to take a look when it was taken september 4th through the 12th is when everyone was
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surveyed. that was before the kavanaugh story broke. would that have an impact? brian: i think it's going to be divisivdecisive either way tt will be decisive issue for the midterm elections. steve: trump campaign advisor quoted in the "the washington post" today they say if democrats set out to energize the g.o.p. base with the kavanaugh stuff, they have. the base is livid. brian: electrified. steve: will that get them to vote? we will let you know the first workers' compensation in november. anna: 36 minutes after the hour. hand it back over to jillian with a look at what else is making news. a man is rescued from rubble five days after a make major fire. 74-year-old raymond hole tonel got trapped on the second floor after a senior living center went inin flames in washington, d.c. the management company originally checked him off as account for but inspection crews just found him stuck inside his apartment and called for help. he survived off water
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bottles and was not seriously hurt. incredible. take a look at this. a baby crawling in the middle of the road. a driver in new jersey snapping this picture of the 10 month old while slowing down traffic. the man telling police a neighbor eventually came to pick the boy up and bring him home. police say the parents didn't each realize the child gotten out. they say an older sibling may have left the door open. state child welfare workers are looking into this. boy or girl? you won't be able to tell at children's hospital in colorado. it just removed gender markets from patient wrist bands. hospital says it's not quote growing one expansive gender identity or expression. we are here to support you on your journey, whatever this that may be. this is a safe space. patient's medical history will still be recorded on their files. today is one hit wonder day. so we're throwing it way back. this is my favorite. ♪ never going to give you up ♪ never going to let you down
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♪ never going to run around and telland dessert you. jillian: can i listen to that all day long here is steve's favorite ♪ take my tears and bash my feelings ♪ oh, painte paint tainted love. jillian: are these videos not incredible? can we take a moment to appreciate the denim on denim never going to give you up video because this, guys is, my all time favorite. brian: what happened to them? steve: probably still out there recording. jillian: still out there. anna: he's not giving up. steve: i was torn between tainted love or divo's whip it. anna: there is i like i get knocked down but i get up again. brian: i find it gressing. hey, adam, do you have a one hit wonder? >> yeah, do i have a one hit
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wonder. it is the vanilla ice stop collaborating and listen ♪ i sell it by the gram. steve: that is appropriate for a weather man. ice in the title. >> i'm feeling it. anna: he has been on the show before not adam but have a mila ice the summer concert series. steve: we don't have ice out there but we do have rain, adam. >> it might as well be ice out here. it's drizzling, 60 degrees. it feels awful. i would rather ice, ice baby. warm it up a little bit. it's been a cold, raw, dreary day acontrols the northeast. that's going to be continuing across the eastern half of the country. at least the rain will be there. maybe not cold temperatures. here is a look at current number spots in the 60's and 70s where it does feel at lease a little bit nicer. rain continues to be the story really large just slow moving rain system is moving out of the ohio river valley
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into the northeast today and that just means more rain on the way across the entire eastern half of the country there is a spot where we are still under flash flood watches stretching from portions of kentucky back up into ohio and west virginia. here is rainfall the next couple of days, the next three days across the eastern half of the country. and it jewels rains and rains and rains. looks like it's going to be continuing rain in new york city, guys, at least for the next 12 hours or so, probably. brian: all right. you can come in. anna: i have another hit wonder blame it, blame it, blame it on the rain. brian: you didn't really sing it. anna: that was the tape skipping. brian: nice. steve: what's yours? let us know friends@foxnews.com. two of the biggest names in football. tom brady and bill belichick. what is their relationship really like right now? the man who just wrote a very big book on belichick is going to join brian in
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five minutes. anna: brett kavanaugh says he just wants his confirmation process to be fair. >> i know my lifelong record and i'm not going to let false accusations drive me out of this process. ainsley: but judge napolitano says that ship has already sailed thanks to democrats. brian: really? judge, i don't think so. i think you are wrong ♪ head games ♪ i can't take it anymore ♪ head games ♪ waze integration- seamlessly connecting the world inside with the world outside. making life a little easier. ♪ the new well-connected 2019 lincoln mkc.
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steve: as brett kavanaugh gets ready to defend himself on thursday at the big hearing, where does the burden of evidence lie? does it even matter in this case? brian: here to weigh in fox news senior judicial anne analyst judge andrew napolitano. what changes after that interview last night? >> i don't know that anything changes after the interview, brian. it's a very challenging question. i think he would like to have said a lot more but he was exceptionally self restrained and said two things to martha i know nothing about this because i have never done this in my life to anyone and second, i want the process to be fair. she asked unbelievably superb and direct and thorough questions. but the white house had prepared him not to go there is this because of roe v. wade? of course it's because of roe v. wade. >> of course it's because of roe v. wade. is it because you are catholic? of course it is because is he catholic. he doesn't want to go there because it opens up a can of
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wormings. where is the burden of proof? there is no burden of proof. there is no rules here. it doesn't matter what happened. what matters is what is the impression amongst the american public at 5:00 p.m. on thursday. is there impression she is more credible or is there impression he is more credible. that's what will decide. this looking at five senators, five republicans, corker, flake, murkowski, collins and capito. the human beings who this is aimed. appear an you are saying capito was supposed to be a gift to pro-life evangelicals but it's anything but. what do you think? >> i think that until two weeks ago the evangelical base supports the president very, very strongly felt they had been rewarded by having one of their own catholic, conservative, traditionalist. now, it looks like this nomination might be in trouble. now, the reaction to that could be what you guys were
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just talking about in the last segment that republicans come out in droves to express their anger so that would be a benefit to the president. but if the republicans think if the republican base thinks that the congressional leadership in the white house couldn't manage a nomination as safe as this, they might stay home i don't know which way it will governmental we will know after the big tv show on thursday: perhaps dr. christine ford is getting cold feed because her attorney sent back to congress a letter saying hey, wait a minute, i thought this was going to be a fair presentation of my side and, yet, you apparently are going to hire a sex crimes prosecutor to ask the questions. and mitch mcconnell made it's a smear campaign speech yesterday on the floor of the senate. maybe some are surmise she go is not going to show. >> if she doesn't show this has to be over with he cannot answer an allegation
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that is not credibly made. and right now the answers he gave to martha mccallum last night and in his letter to senator grassley were based upon an interview in the "the washington post" and the one letter that dr. ford wrote to senator grassley. that doesn't cut the mustard f she has allegations of this magnitude, she has to state them under oath. brian: exit question on ramirez. the seconds accuser that appeared in the new yorker feature. >> isn't that totally discredited by now? brian: senator susan collins is on the record saying i want to hear from her. >> judge: i don't think that will happen. senator collins is on the committee. the committee is fed up with the driveways going on. brian: if she votes no. >> they have no room to spare. if she votes know and everybody else think it will be 50-50 tie with the vice president breaking it. steve: prediction? >> i think thursday will be high drama. i think you will see him, judge kavanaugh a lot more forceful. almost clarence thomas like than what we saw last night
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because he has to win the day. brian: judge, going to be exciting. >> yes. brian: you cannot rest. keep watching. >> one of those weeks. brian, were you there when i got hit in the head with the camera last night? brian: judge pirro will represent you in the court filings. >> please. steve: president trump about to meet face to face with deputy attorney general rod rosenstein on thursday. >> we'll be determining what is going on. we wanting to have transparency. we want to have openness. brian: will he make it to the end of the week. and that's what steve should have read. and this is my portion. two of the biggest names in football tom brady and bill belichick. what is the relationship really like? the man who wrote this incredible book called belichick. three years studying the man he says is the greatest coach of all times. back in a moment with him
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brian: bill belichick one of the most polarizing coaches. many consider him the best coach of all time. taking super bowl 8 times winning five. belichick the making of the best football coach of all time. ian conner spent three years of his life studding. new england made a big mistake. >> 75% of the nfl had the same opinion because the bill had four losing seasonings out of five in cleveland. his public personality was challenging to say least in terms of matching him up
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with the profile of a successful head coach. everybody in the giants organization and they loved him as an assistant coach. they thought he was just as good as vince lombardi and tom landry as an assistant in their organization. they didn't believe in him either. what he pulled off was pretty amazing. brian: you say he grew up with a football coach dad. he loved it sitting there in the film room. also, the military aspect. growing up in annapolis. how did that shape him. >> it shaped his father. his father was a long time coach, brian, at the naval academy. bill saw the precision and deep tail that was so important to the students at the academy in terms of getting prepared to be combat officers down the road. steve belichick's father, when he coached players, he coached them to be officers and soldiers who would be in combat. and it was all about precision and execution and protecting your brother next to you and life and death you are general is i literal live for them with every detail in the classroom and on the football field. brian: you conclude he is
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the greatest coach of all time. he was about to fail for a second time until drew bledsoe gets hurt and goes to sixth round draft pick a guy named tom brady. you still hold to that maybe no belichick if there wasn't a brady. >> i was on the field when bledsoe got hurt they are going to go 5-11 again belichick went 5-11 in first year in new england. every great coach needs a great player at the centerpiece of his program. brady happened to be that guy. i don't subtract anything from belichick's legacy because brady walked into his life. brian: really? but he did get better as a coach. better communicator. you say is he a natural teacher because his mom was a teacher. but, the brady-belichick relationship, they are not close. >> right. but they are funking now despite the 1-2 record. they need toe win this sunday against miami. it was always a transactional relationship. best transactional partnership in the nfl. there was never any love and
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warmth and affection. brady got it from robert kraft in that organization. it caught up to tom. the unrelenting way belichick coached him for 18 years caught up to him last week. belichick cut access to his fitness coach and business partner gea. brian: how quick, ian how much does he want to win with brady? is he 41 years old. does he prove something. >> he wanted to but that ship sailed with jimmy go garuplo. i think is he going to do it with tom bread. brian: i thought i knew a lot about him. when i was done with this i know so much more. full disclosure our sons were roommates two of the three years. >> your son is one of the nicest kids i have ever met. >> i agree with you.
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>> i'm not going to let false accusations drive me out of this process. >> this has been the worst low point in the senate for me. >> if the republican does not get this vote taken, can you kiss goodbye holding the house and you can kiss goodbye holding the senate. >> president trump taking his america first message back to the thun morning. is he expected to renew his stance on foreign policy. steve: rod rosenstein's fate hanging in the balance ahead of his meeting on thursday. >> congress needs to kick in and do its thing. why is it they had six or seven people there talking about bringing down donald trump. bring them up for transcribed interviews under oath. brian: new study finds number of illegal immigrants living in the u.s. is
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actually high ter by a lot. >> reached as far as 29 million. >> president trump and the leader of kim jong un signed a u.s.-korea free trade agreement. >> i have never seen my name in korean. [laughter] it looks nice. ♪ let's get loud ♪ turn the music up and feel that sound brian: right. that's my favorite go to dance song. steve: let's get loud? brian: right it means a lot to me. the most under appreciated story yesterday we revamped our trade agreement with south korea. that was one of the president's focuses. that's two. little by little is he knocking them off. steve: brian, there are so many big stories including the fact that anna kooiman is in for ainsley. anna: hello. steve: the story everybody is talking about today the televised hearing on thursday where dr. christine
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ford will sit down and be essentially interrogated by a sex crimes prosecutor selected by congress to ask questions of her and also brett kavanaugh. brett kavanaugh's career in the judiciary is hanging in the balance. and that goes to show you why the white house yesterday did something that we don't think has ever happened in tv history before. they put a supreme court nominee on television the answer the allegations against him. you know what they're. he was fierce. nothing happened. >> i have never sexually assaulted anyone, not in high school not ever. i have always treated women with dignity and respect. listen to the people who have known me best for my whole life, the women who have known me since high school, the 6540 overnight signed a letter from high school saying i always treated them with dignity
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and respect. i want a fair process to defend my dignity. i know i'm telling the truth. i know my lifelong record. i'm not going to let false accusations drive me out of this process. in america we have fairness. we hear from both sides. a fair process at a minimum. at a bear minimum requires hearing from both sides before rushing to judgment. brian: so he is in the position of whatever, do you don't put down the accuser. but, also, defend yourself while not looking too weak because you are a judge. while looking like a human being because you have been accused of something that could change the shape and scope of your life. anna: how do you do that without looking robotic and some people say he did. brian: i think it was a good decision to come out with martha yesterday. steve: he was emotional. they were emotional. his wife ashley. brian: look more -- we have already seen him talk about
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legal stuff for 30 hours. now we have to see him talk about personal stuff whereas chris christie said on sunday with george stephanopoulos, if this turns out he does not get confirmed how does he go back to the circuit of appeals? steve: that's a great question. ax gross writes about it this way regarding the dynamic and what's going on. virtually the entire democratic party believing the republican nominee from the supreme court was a predator. virtually the entire republican party two people making up that they were victims of attempted rape or sexual humiliation about who actually did it the next public hearing to air all of this is going to be on thursday. be smart, they write: democracy isn't just messy, it's dirty and getting dirtier and that's essentially what lindsey graham says. for them to complain about the process is like an ar arsonist complaining about a
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fire. this has been the worst low point in the senate for me and that's saying a lot. when it comes to donald trump, there are no boundaries, there are no rules. whatever you need to do to destroy him or his agenda is okay. anna: that's exactly what the left was saying before the very beginning before these accusations even came out and there are a lot of theories that it's just too convenient that the time something too convenient. why did it come out at the 11th hour. steve, what you saided in the axios report. it's exactly right. this is a microcome of what is going on in our country. everyone is in their own corner and tribe and echo chamber. that's what we are seeing. brian: people should understand if you are against this nominee because it's president trump's selection, understand it's president bush's selection, too. karl rove's selection. the people that know him and people on the left that clerked with him just the high profile politicians. it's not the old republican party and new republican party. president trump said he's
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the guy. guess what? the one who high fivedded highest was george bush, karl rove, condoleezza rice. oif jeff flake is doing this to get in donald trump's face or bob corker is trying to send a message to president trump, you are also, it's also a message to george burke you are knot showing any respect. they have known him and worked with him in the toughest times at the white house. steve: i think jeff flake and all the senators want to hear what both sides have to say. that's why what happens on thursday is so important. apparently the president has told the outcome of this particular hearing and the confirmation vote ultimately is crucial to the mid terms. if he does not get confirmed, it will be crucial. rush limbaugh had this oxz that was on that same point. >> if the republicans do not get this vote taken and have kavanaugh confirmed. you can kiss the mid terms goodbye. can you kiss goodbye holding
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the house. and you can kiss goodbye holding the senate. whatever the democrats think of their base, the one thing i know is that if you guys fold on, this and cave, and keep bending over backwards, you've done that enough. you've demonstrated that you don't hate women. you've demonstrated that you are open-minded. you have demonstrated you want to hear from her. you are never going to hear from her. anna: he doesn't think this is going to energize the republican base to come out and vote in the mid terms. steve: if mr. kavanaugh is not confirmed, i think it energizes the republican base in a big way. anna: i would say the same thing. it seems like it's energizes both sides. i don't think we will know from five weeks from now. brian: protest yesterday jeff flake and susan collins office that forced ted cruz out of a restaurant i would never leave. they would have to scream in there i cannot believe these restaurant tiers allow people to come in and start screaming at their customers. i guess that's washington these days. jeff flake, susan collins,
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evidently there is about 0 overall that have not firmly committed. 41 are definitely in. judging by what they know so far. steve: depends on what they see on thursday. brian: you think so? steve: absolutely. brian: being besieged bawtion they look like they because they look vulnerable. see if they will bend to pressure. steve: i hope they have open minds to see what happens. we asked you what you thought. we got an email from a guy named russell. he says it's no longer about service to the public and representing the taxpayers. rush is right. the republicans can kiss it goodbye if they fail to get this nomination through. anna: dale says this in an email the democrats are made a circus of our government. where are the standards of common sense and fairness? brian: diana says this, i think the new accuser should be invited to be there on thursday to provide her story, too. get it over with if you have a story to tell, be there on
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thursday. that would be great, just to get it over with. this accuser is the freshman in yale drunk, so drunk she took a few weeks to remember after she was pursued by democrats for this story. ronan farrow wrote it. tried to defend it among the people that are calling him out are the "new york times" who said yeah. we got this lead but we could not corroborate it so we couldn't write it brit hume among the people and chris stirewalt who said it was totally irresponsible to write the story being that you couldn't verify the story and the accuser was actually drunk. steve: the problem is there is no -- othere does not appear to be any evidence it's a he said, she said thing. that's what it's going to come down to on thursday. brian: let's hope chris coons does not set the tone for the rest of the country. where if you get up in the morning and voice mail accusing you of sexual assault it's up to you to prove that wrong instead of innocent until proven guilty. it seems like they want it reversed. ironically for a supreme court justice who is going
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to fight to shake sure it's not. anna: when it comes to kavanaugh but not with ellison. jillian: illegal imgrangts behind bars charged in a dead buy stabbing spree. frankly vazquez charged with attacking three fellow crew members with. faces possible deportation back to mexico if convicted. president trump is heading back to tennessee. he will hold a rally in johnson city and headline a fundraiser for republican marsha blackburn on monday. the congres congresswoman is rug against democrat and former governor phil brenson. debated tonight as the opponent distances himself from his own party. he is saying quote my today make clear from everybody my frindz all of the national democratic stuff. if it's a race between democrats and republicans, i lose. after years of heated
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protests, construction on the keystone xl pipeline will start next year. the state department's review ordered by a federal judge says a leak would be unlikely to charge major environmental damage. the nearly 1200-mile pipeline will carry up to 830,000 barrels of crude oil from canada every day. environmental groups say they will continue to fight it stop what you are doing and take a look at this. patriotic teens stop in their tracks to pay trinity to our country. a man snaps this picture of the bias with their hands over their heart in the parking lot. the michigan man posting the photo online writing quote. respect. it's been shared more than 1400 times. don't you love when you see that? steve: you don't see enough of it. anna: brett kavanaugh holding on to his faith in the wake of accusations against him. rachel cam pos duffy says too much is at stake to let ruthless politics take over.
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♪ >> i want a fair process where i can defend my integrity, and i know i'm telling the truth. i know my lifelong record, and i'm not going to let false accusations drive me out of this process. i have faith in god and i have faith in the fairness of the american people. steve: faith. supreme court nominee judge brett kavanaugh holding on to his faith as he faces sexual misconduct and accusations. anna: our next guest says too much is at stake to let ruthless politics take over. brian: let's go to rachel campos-duffy, she got up for us to give us perspective on this. things are going a little bit hay ware. what's the sense inside washington, especially for your husband who is on the house side. i imagine he can't take his eyes off what's happening on the senate side. >> it has a lot of political
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implications a lot of people think if brett kavanaugh does not get through this process that the republicans will pay a price for that. i look at brett kavanaugh and i saw his family last night on television or him and his wife last night on television. i would imagine at any points his wife is like let's just get out of this process. the problem if you step out of the process, you look like you are guilty. his entire career is over. a lot of things have troubled me. a lot of george soros connections to people affiliated with the lawyers themselves. steve: what do you mean. >> there is a resistance out there. the lawyer herself has been on tape saying she is part of the resistance. brian: with a resistance shirt on. steve: you mean dr. ford's lawyer. >> dr. ford's lawyer as well as many of the other players coming out whether it's avenatti or whatever. i think this is a process that is all about our system, fairness, and i think a lot is at stake. we have to take the politics out.
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it may be too late to do that. anna: what is it like as a whole family to go through something like this? you have six or seven kids? >> 8 kids. anna: we heard ashley kavanaugh and brett kavanaugh talk about how they had to discuss this with their little girls. i think we have a sound bite of that listen to. this it's very difficult. it's very difficult to have these conversations with your children, which we have had to have on broader terms for our youngest. they know bret and they know the truth. we told them at the very beginning of this pro-this will be not fun sometimes. you will larry things that people feel strongly and you need to know that and just remember, you know your dad. anna: just like dr. ford has gotten death threats they have gotten death threats. >> really reportin fox is the oy
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one reporting on the death threats that kavanaughs are receiving. this is a family that this is their first introduction to american politics. they have been a quiet family. he has been a judge. he hasn't been involved in that process in the public like that. my heart broke for them in that regard. they have to talk to their kids about this. have to tell them these stories. my concern is what is -- we have raised the price of serving in government so high. people a lot of times complain about, you know, they look at are these why are these the only candidates we have available. these there a lot of reasons why people don't want to step up. it's brutal. brian: nonstop money raising. >> you have to talk to your kids about this. i even look at donald trump. brian: why does he want to do this? >> why does he do it? i think about it a lot. why we put himself? is there going to be another person like donald trump who has the ego and the money, he know, all that willing to
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take on this unrelenting daily pummeling, i don't think there would be another. if this doesn't work out with donald trump who will be the next guy? i don't think there will be anyone out of the establishment willing to put themselves through this and their families. steve: high cost of public life these days rachel campos-duffy thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: six weeks away from the midterm election unless november. new poll shows republicans are more favorable than democrats. charlie kirk has been all over the country. he will tell you how people really feel next. brian: an author teaching kids about whiteness while kneeling next to a cutout of collin kaepernick. fantastic. so a tree falls on your brand new car and totals it.
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♪ steve: 7:24 here right now in new york city now time for news by the numbers. first, .7%. that's how much murder and manslaughter cases dropped by last year. the new numbers from the fbi suggest the recent rise in violent crime is perhaps ending. next, 31. that's how many classes were cancelled at yale as students protested supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh. some students staged a sit-in on campus while others went to capitol hill. kavanaugh, a yale alumni denies any sexual allegations against him. and finally 27 years. that's how long grade school girls have dominated boys in the reading department. that's according to a new study by an australian university. researchers say it could be due to boys being more likely to have learning disabilities. that's some of the news. brian: with just six weeks, steve, until the midterm elections a new poll shows republicans are now more
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popular than democrats. anna: g.o.pfavorability hitting seven year high. brian: author of the upcoming book campus battlefield that's where he fights it out on a daily basis. and there it is. charlie, in particular, this is a poll, is this an outlier or is this what you are seeing because a lot of the other polls are turning the democrats' way. >> this is what i'm seeing. i have been to 20 states in the last 15 days traveling the country and talking to different groups going to cleaning campuses talking to lincoln reagan day dinners connecting with the g.o.p. base. i see there is a growing enthusiasm for the mid terms amongst republican conservative voters, in particular states. but also for the democrats. i look at two data points that's really interesting. that might be outliers but you have to take a look at it first and foremost michael moore's movie total failure. some say it doesn't mean anything. when there were movies in 2016 that were challenging the obama presidency
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conservatives went to the box office and support of the those record highs. brian: dinesh da souza. >> some saying i don't want anything to do with barack obama don't come to my state. is he only drawing crowds 700 or 800 strong. president trump went to missouri and packed the auditorium. there is a lot to be said with that if the republican does not finish the game strong, what i'm talking about is kavanaugh, i think there is going to be a price to pay at the blot box in the mid terms. anna: look at when these folks were polled it before the kavanaugh story broke. do you have that will have an impact. >> the base sees right through. this you have a man served in judiciary now for over academic indicated. has had a 35-year career that's practically sterling. democrats do nothing with this accusation all summer last anyone they come with anonymous accusation and try destroy this man's life and career and reputation from high school, mind you. so, look, the woman is going to have an opportunities to speak on thursday.
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is he going to have an opportunity to speak. i wish we would still be a country where you are innocent until proven guilty. it seems the democrats pghtsd to have it guilty until proven innocent where they have to say true to prove innocence. you can't prove a negative. brian: see how it is going to play out. kavanaugh last night not saying anything bad about the accuser, it wasn't me, i never met her. ranelz and see how that plays out in the new yorker magazine maligned by the "new york times" says it's a nonstory. real quick, barack obama, eric holder, senator joe biden, they are sending out the team from 2008 and 2012 to win in 2018. i know it's the -- they are good speakers is it really trump vs. obama in the mid terms. >> wouldn't that be interesting? >> somehow opposite obama was all talk and no action. trump is the jobs. peace on the korean peninsula. the reason the republican party is getting more
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popular the party of donald trump the party of results and fulfilled promises. interesting to see over one year the republican party now has a higher approval rating than democrats. brian: president obama has never done good on mid terms. >> never. >> when it's about him and his celebrity, did he well in 2008 and 2012. when he can draw distinction verls success me vs. mitt romney. report card midterms are report card show me what you have done barack obama never did well and i think president trump will. anna: you will be on outnumbered there. brian: you will be sitting right about there. good job, charlie. todd piro having breakfast with his buddies in illinois. check out with him in a matter moments. anna: look who is here white house press secretary sarah sanders is up next. brian: you couldn't tell by that picture but she is here ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ the same?
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>> i believe her. to be prepared to testify in the united states senate against someone who is being nominated to one of the most powerful positions in the united states government, that takes an extraordinary amount of courage. >> not only do women, like dr. ford who bravely comes forward need to be heard, but they need to be believed. >> i just want to say to the men of this country just shut up and step up. do the right thing. >> i believe dr. ford. i believe the survivor here. >> i believe her. i stand with her. >> i believe professor ford. i think she's credible. anna: haven't had the hearing yet. steve: prominent democrats talking about the accuser of judge brett kavanaugh. joining us now we are hear to have sarah sanders the press secretary for the president of the united
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states you are in town for the united nations. >> good to see new real life. kellyanne's sweeper not behind us steve so quiet in here. brian: no one mowing the lawn. steve: regarding the accusers and the campaign against judge kavanaugh. she described it as a vast left wing conspiracy. do you think there is one? >> i think the process that the democrats have played has been absolutely appalling and disgusting. even in the accuser's letter yesterday to senator grassley, she said she wanted to do this privately and she reached out for that purpose. but, because the democrats wanted to play 11th hour political games, they waited until the last minute. they have made this a huge public circus and frankly hurt two different families' lives that they will never be able to be the same because of the way that they have operated this process and i think it's disgusting that they have exploited these individuals and their families for their own political purposes.
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brian: what was your take on march that's interview last night and what went into the decision to do that interview because this whole process has been unique. that was a very tough decision i imagine from communications. >> i think we have been very clear from the beginning. judge kavanaugh has wanted to come out and tell his story. brian: he has been telling you that? >> i mean, he said it in every letter, every exchange, every statement that he is willing and ready to come and answer questions, hard questions, uncomfortable questions because he has been very consistent from day one and unequivocal in his denial that anything ever took place. i find it to be a good platform that he was able to come out and to share his side of the story because, as far as i can tell and as far as i remember in america, you are still innocent until proven guilty. but the democrats have been calling him guilty from day one before they ever even talked to him. they set through hours of hearings, never brought it up. never talked to him in
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private meetings and waited until the last anyone to start throwing out some outrageous allegations that have no corroboration which i find really terrible. anna: a lot of people find the timing curious. we do want our viewers to be able to hear what judge kavanaugh had to say denying the accusations talking to martha maccallum on "the story." >> in america, we have fairness, we hear from both sides. a fair process at a minimum, at a bear minimum requires hearing from both sides before rushing to judgment. people might have had too many beers on occasion and people generally in high school, i think all of us have done things we look back on in high school and regret or cringe a bit. that's not what we're talking about. we are talking about an allegation of sexual assault. i have never sexually assaulted anyone. i have always treated women with dignity and respect. listen to the people who have known me best for my whole life. the women who have known me
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since high school. the 65 who overnight signed a letter from high school saying i always treated them with dignity and respect. steve: "the washington post" says that the president called mr. kavanaugh yesterday to wish him good luck on that. "the washington post" also says that the president has been frustrated with the pace at which this has been progressing in the senate on the republican side and he says that chuck grassley and mitch mcconnell, accord ing to "the washington post have been too accommodating. said the republicans have been too easily manipulated by the democrats, and he is sick of ford's attorneys getting their way and does not believe that the accusations are credible. >> you know i like to not use "the washington post" as my source. but, look, the president wants this process to come to a vote. because that's what's supposed to happen in every single one of these instances where someone is nominated. they go before. they have a hearing and then the senators vote on it that's what's supposed to happen. that's what the president expects to happen.
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he has nominated somebody. senators had ample time to question him. he has been willing to come back and answer these new allegations that have been brought forward. and he wants a chance to be able to do that so that the senate can make a decision. i do think it's unfair to continue to drag the process out and continue to put good people through the ringer for the sake of political games that the democrats want to play. brian: i know "the washington post" and we get the -- some of the press briefings televised at fox so i'm able to watch them. i know there is some tension in the "the washington post" and the "new york times." "the washington post" had this story that said that the deputy attorney general was considering wearing a wire to tape the president in order to get proof that he could enact the 25th amendment. essentially tossing the president out of office. does he believe the deputy attorney general's semi denials and what will that do for thursday's meeting? >> i think that's a part of the conversation that will take place on thursday i'm
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not going to get ahead of a conversation that hasn't happened yet. the president and rod rosenstein had a beginning of that conversation by phone yesterday. both agreed it was best to sit down and have that further and longer and more extended conversation in person. brian: what was yesterday? >> it was confusing. >> going to the white house. john kelly is there. >> you know people that work in the administration do go to the white house pretty frequently. that's not like ground breaking news. in fact, rod rosenstein was there a couple times last week, too. it shouldn't put everyone into a tail spin when somebody that works for the administration shows up and comes to the building in which they work for. brian: was it a big nonstory for you or was there some peril in his appearance? >> i'm not going to get ahead of the conversation that he and the president are going to have on thursday. obviously the president has been disappointed by a number of actions that have
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taken place at the department of justice. and he wants some answers to some of the questions that he has. some of them have to do with rod rosenstein. some of them have nothing to do with him. but it is the department of justice and it should work to actually fix and hold up law and order not undermine law and order and the president wants to make sure that's happening. anna: following this meeting on thursday if rosenstein decides to resign or relieved of his duties, what's the president's next move. >> i'm not going to get into hypothetical situation. we will see how thursday goes and i will let the president make that determination. steve: one of president's attorneys jay sekulow said yesterday that if rosenstein leaves essentially the mueller probably should be put on pause for a little while to go ahead and take a review and step back and see where we're on the stage. >> i would probably go a step further. >> the mueller probably should end. they spent a year and a half and found nothing because
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there was nothing. there is nothing. there was no collusion. the american people are ready for this to wrap up. we have seen absolutely no shred of evidence that the president or anybody on his team had any wrongdoing? n. the campaign. i think it's time to wrap this up and move forward. brian: i think the whole country would love to see it brand up no matter where you stand and how voted for. today the president gives his second aaddress to the united nations. i imagine no rocket man references. steve: you never know you never know. how close is rocket man to a summit with kim jong un again and number two, how hard will he be on iran? >> i certainly there has been a tremendous amount of progress in just a short amount of time with north korea. you referenced the speech last year. things were very different at this point a year ago with north korea. tension was high. but, due tout leadership of president trump, we have seen a complete reversal of that relationship and the first summit went very well
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and the communications over the last couple of months have been very strong and very positive from north korea. thtesting have stopped. remains have come home. every day the progress continues to move forward. we feel good about where that is and we expect a second meeting to take place soon. brian: would it be here or the gallopis island. >> the conversation hasn't happened yet. the conversations to set that up are ongoing and we expect that to take place in short order. anna: will the president stick to america first agenda today. >> the points he made last year and made it every day since taking was certainly america first but not america alone. we want to be able to work together. i think you have seen the president do that a lot. i think yesterday was a tremendous example of the president's leadership on full display. he said he was going to get better trade deals and he has done exactly that monumental moment to seat
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two leaders puftd pen to paper and really change the course of trade agreements and set the standard of what this president is going to demand out of the negotiations between different countries. brian: why didn't he meet with macron yesterday. >> we did meet with macron yesterday. steve: met with trudeau. >> we met with macron. steve: didn't meet with canada. >> i don't know that that was ever actually supposed to be on the schedule for yesterday. the president had wall-to-wall meetings and went from early yesterday morning until about 9:00 last night. and i wouldn't be surprised if they don't spend some time over the course of the next few days. crazier things have certainly happened. brian: crazy. steve: the doocy cookbook is coming thought a week and sarah huckabee sanders has donated your recipe the famous recipe for the bourbon chocolate pecan pie. >> just to be clear the bourbon cooks out so feel
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free to eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. brian: he made it but didn't buy it. steve: that was the suggestion it was a fake picture she actually bought the crust and makes the other stuff. anna: who makes the crust anymore anyway. >> you have to save time somewhere. steve: you do. anna: still ahead on "fox & friends," todd is having breakfast in illinois to get issues on america. brian: lower the mike i have to read something else. look who is hanging out in the green room dog the bounty hunter and his wife beth coming up shortly ♪ even when i'm a thousand away ♪ they didn't have to change their plans or worry about a thing. i'll see you all in a little bit. and i fixed it right away with a strong repair they can trust. plus, with most insurance
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steve: exactly six tuesdays until the midterm elections as both parties make their final push to try to tip the scales in their favor in congress. anna: what are the top issues on the minds of voters in illinois?
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brian: check in with todd piro he is having breakfast with friends live at the bread basket restaurant in barrington, illinois. todd: hey guys, good morning to you. obviously there is one major topic everybody is talking about today and is the brett kavanaugh nomination. let's get started. we begin with paul. paul is an air force veteran, vietnam veteran. sir, thank you for your service. you say you are embarrassed as an american with regard to how the brett kavanaugh situation is being handled. why? >> i just think that it's criminal that someone who is willing to devote his life public service and being put on the grill for events that happened so long ago or may have not happened, i don't know. i hate to see one of our public servants have to go through this it's ridiculous. todd: you agree. in the army reserves. thank you very much for your service there as well. you say the politics of all of this is disgusting. why? >> what's this country
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coming to? you know, 40 years ago, really? he and i can't remember 50 years ago. 40 years ago. but it's -- i don't know what is going on in this country and it's not good. todd: all right. gentlemen, thank you for your time. go over here. don, put down the phone. we are coming to you. don a vietnam vet and very active in veterans charities. sir, thank you for your service. you say are regard to the brett kavanaugh situation this is just business as usual. why do you say that? >> every time there is an original list nooriginal list nr the supreme court we see the same behavior. they roll out october surprises this time in september. they had the information. they could have come forward with this long ago. senator feinstein chose not to. todd: would you like to hear the accuser tell her side of the story? >> i would. and under oath so that we -- you know, she has some reason to tell the truth. and, you know, i think
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that's important. todd: right now we are in a suburb of chicago. chicago has been in the news a lot lately. you say the government is a bread winner when it comes to chicago and the violence that's going on there in many cases. wife do you say that? >> i think the destruction of the family where the father in the family is not necessarily needed for the family to function because the government has stepped in and financed a lot of families. just the general break down of the family, i think, is important. it's a microcosm of the bigger problem that we have in set to. society. todd: we want to thank the folks here. one little quick note about this place. memorial day free breakfast to everybody that served and they kick the parade off from right here. how awesome is that? anna: round of applause under a are making me hungry. steve: todd piro live in the land of lincoln.
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anna: they helped cache one of the most wanted men in america. dog the bounty hunter and his wife beth join us live next.
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anna: the man accused of threatening to put a bullet until president trump's head was caught. brian: duane chapman or as you know him dog the bounty hunter and his wife join us. >> good to see you again. it's been a long time. brian: i know. first off, we are tracking down this clown. how you do it? >> well, you know, we just helped out. you know, we didn't leave our patio in hawaii. but we get offered help and
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we offered them, you know, a lawyer and a bondsman and a way to bring him in safely. and the parents started constantly communicating and it drew him out like, you know, then he was using a phone so they were able to track an ip. he was leaving messages for his dad on facebook so, again, there was addresses that they could, you know, trace and then they were able to -- we were able to keep him going for about six or seven hours so they were able to get into that location, put a canine on him. anna: how serious were these threats. >> well, 25 years old they're always serious when you have a gun and been convicted of almost doing the same. when it came down to it, he told his father, he said since dog the bounty hunter got involved i'm not going to shoot it out. out of all the people in the world said one guy that loved me was dog there was something in him that i, as i am, looked that i thought all i need to do is talk to this kid. brian: you didn't know him, did you? >> no, sir.
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steve: what do you want to say to him. >> only child spoiled brat straighten up. have you somebody that loves you some day won't be here and stop it right now. if you want to help the world, this is not the way to do it. i wanted to give him the back -- famous backseat ride. >> mental health is so important right now to the criminal justice system. steve: absolutely. >> they think they are housing people because they are poor. we are not putting people in jail because they are poor. we are putting people in jail because they have broken the law. brian: gotcha. let's talk about california and them scratching the cash bail system. what do you think about this. >> >> i have done this 40 years. i know without a deterrent what is that thing you told me last night? >> it's called a moral hazard. when bad people do bad things and there is no punishment for bad things they are going to behave bad. so what we have done is we have taken the accountability and responsibility out of crime. you know, crime isn't going down. we are decriminalizing
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crime. what's worse is that victims are disregarded right and left. in california if no one has to post bail these guy also get out of jail before the victim is released from the hospital. >> in texas, god bless texas tried it and 100 percent yesterday. >> they have seen 100 percent failure to appear rate. steve: why are they doing it? >> because who is coming to get you? >> the left is saying that, you know, people are in jail because they are poor. we are disadvantaging people. the rich can get out but the poor can't get out. again, people are not in jail because they are poor. they are in jail because they broke the law. anna: there is a sliding scale. beth, dog. brian: keep tracking down the bad guys. >> we need trump to help us. steve: straight ahead on this very busy tuesday. tomi lahren and alan dershowitz both here live in four minutes. anna: did you think clint got his start thanks to a
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>> it is the party of donald trump which is a party of results. >> donald trump and the leader of south korea signed the us korea free trade agreement. >> i have never seen my name and korean. looks nice. ♪ >> fox news in dc. >> the issue is brett kavanaugh. something extraordinary we haven't seen in tv history, the first time a us supreme court nominee has gone on television before they were confirmed to make the case that he should be on the supreme court. >> brett kavanaugh was interviewed by martha maccallum, denying accusations against him. take a listen.
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>> in america we have fairness from both sides. the process at a minimum and a bare minimum requires hearing from both sides before rushing to judgment. people have too many beers on occasion and generally in high school, all of us have done things we look back on in high school and regret or cringe but that is not what we are talking about. we are talking allegations of sexual assault. i never sexually assaulted anyone. i have always treated women with dignity and respect. listen to the people who have known me best my whole life or known me since high school, and signed a letter in high school, saying treated them with dignity and respect to. rob: the second accusers from college freshman year, couldn't get verification from anyone who was there that can verify the claims of the woman that came forward, the new york times
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couldn't run with the story. then you have ronan ferro trying to defend it today but among people who said that was not worthy to be printed was crystal or walled who couldn't corroborate the story, should never have been out there but it is more accusations. the average american doing 25 things says how crazy is this guy? how out-of-control is he? pete: the original accusation by doctor cynthia ford will be heard on thursday we think. if she shows up. brian: she might be getting cold feet. her lawyer is upset mitch mcconnell talked about a smear campaign going on and they asked for fair and respectful treatment and they feel they are not getting it and the name of the sex crimes prosecutor, sarah
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sanders, press secretary for the president was just there 40 minutes ago and she said it is time to let the process work and then let's have a vote. >> the president once this process to come to a vote because that is what is supposed to happen. in every single one of these instances where somebody is nominated they go before, they have a hearing at the senate votes on it and that is what is supposed to happen is what the president expects to happen, he nominated summit, senators had ample time to question him. he has been willing to come back and answer these new allegations that have been brought forward and he wants a chance to do that so the senate can make a decision. pete: they will be back to back, the original -- we want brett kavanaugh to go first. why would he go first? according to the story doctor ford's attorney told the judiciary committee, who is this female attorney going to be
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questioning my client? >> they want to know the name, that is the suggestion. >> we want to hear from brett kavanaugh who talked about the impact on their families. >> i want to defend my integrity. i know i'm telling the truth. i know my lifelong record. i will not let false accusations freeze me out of this process but i have faith in god and the fairness of the american people. >> this process is incredibly difficult, harder than we imagined and we imagined it might be hard. and at the end of the day we know we are on the right path. >> is not only in the public eye
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but somebody's father and husband and he stands accused and on thursday everyone will be watching to see both of them how they appear on television. rachel duffy is married to us congressman sean duffy and had this observation about the price of public service going forward. >> we raised the price of serving in government so high. people complain, are these, why are these the only candidates available? there's a reason a lot of people don't want to step up, this is why they don't want to step up. it is brutal. brian: of this came up in august and september, i'm ready for, this is what i signed up for, what happens after the fact, we know so little information not even providing it as opposed to defending these cases that liberal democrats might be upset with. brian: they had these accusations for 7 or 8 weeks and
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sat on them. pete: the second one seemed to take forever as democrats flashed her out, found out who it was, pushed her to come forward, she said i don't even remember exactly, she finally says i do remember and i think of and she comes forward and that prompted susan collins to say okay, i need a second woman to come forward under oath, makes you wonder as much as mitch mcconnell wants a vote, susan collins is i can't say yes until i see the other one under oath how much longer? >> others will say the same thing when we hear from stormy daniels's attorney that he has a third potential storyline that could be coming out later this week. mitch mcconnell, senate majority leader talks about how dirty the whole thing has gotten. >> this is what the so-called resistance has become.
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a smear campaign, pure and simple, aided and abetted by members of the united states senate. chairman grassley major the facts would be heard. brett kavanaugh and the american people deserve nothing less, brett kavanaugh will be voted on here on the senate floor. up or down? on the senate floor, nominated to the supreme court will receive a vote. pete: the president called mitch mcconnell saturday and said let's get going with this vote. he also, the president told grades the outcome is critical to the midterm elections and survival of the republican party in the house and senate. there a sanders once again talking about how what we are seeing in washington right now is a big circus. >> the process the democrats have played has been absolutely appalling and disgusting. even in the accuser's letter to
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senator grassley she said she wanted to do this privately and reached out for that purpose but because the democrats wanted to play 11th hour political gain they waited until the last minute, made this a huge public circus and frankly hurt two different family lives that will never be the same. pete: that is the price of public service, the president yesterday when he was at the united nations said one thing about brett kavanaugh. there is a chance this could be one of the single most unfair, unjust things to happen to a candidate. >> republicans have so much on the line, the tone they take. like repeal and replace you have such a thin margin in the senate it takes one person to come out, they say thumbs down and it is over.
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so michael avenatti said within 45 hours, 24 hours now, he's going to have more evidence about something that is worse, they have a name and accusation. is there a showdown or is it just the first round? ainsley: the first to follow. the more accusations that come out, the more storylines, the closer we get to midterm elections, we heard from rush limbaugh the other day that if republicans can't get through the confirmation of brett kavanaugh you can kiss the midterms goodbye. pete: you will see it live on the fox news channel. live on the fox news channel jillian has something. >> reporter: los angeles county sheriff deputy is shot and rushed to the hospital. officials only saying it happened during an altercation. one suspected that and two others in custody. the unidentified deputy was shot in the torso induced in stable condition.
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the third los angeles county deputies be shot in six days. donald trump taking his america first message back to the un, expected to renew his stance on foreign policy during an address to the general assembly in new york two hours from now. it comes after the us reached a new trade agreement with south korea, the president revealing a second meeting with kim jong un could happen soon. a pro-gun control group founded by michael bloomberg rolling out ads to the house judiciary committee return for gun safety is spending $5 million turning red communities blue. bloomberg is spending $80 million to help democrats take back control of congress in november. the former new york city mayor says he will consider a presidential bid after the midterms. those are your headlines, we send it back to you. pete: he has enough money. meanwhile take a look. not your ordinary children's book.
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pete: scenes for the last year we have been talking how there are a lot of democrats who would like to see a blue wave 62 days from today and have the democrats take control of the house and pick up some speed in the senate but there is some bad news for those hoping for a blue wave and that news is from gallup. ainsley: republican versus democrat favorability, republicans in september 2017 were 36%, democrats a 44%, fast-forward to september of this year, 45% for republicans, democrats at 44%. republicans up by 9 points. brian: the generic poll is 7 points. bad news for republicans in
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arizona and a chance of beating tester in montana, meeting four in missouri, josh hall by percentage points, heading to tennessee, concern about marsha blackburn's chances of holding the seat for the party. brian: a national polling you got to figure what happens to brett cavanagh, and his reception on capitol hill, what becomes of his nomination could inflame the left and galvanize the right. what people see on thursday. charlie kirk sat down with anna and brian earlier, and has to do with the trump economy. >> trump is the opposite obama. obama was all talk no action, trump is action, result, trump is jobs, lower taxes, peace on the korean peninsula.
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the reason the republican party is getting more popular is it is the party of donald trump which is the party of results and fulfilled promises and it is interesting to see that over one year the republican party has a higher approval rating than democrats. ainsley: president obama did well every four years in the presidential election and he was able to win on his celebrity and when it was about results like midterms are, didn't do so hot. >> the big the republicans have as you lose brett kavanaugh you lose the senate and you put somebody else in, if you have a senate controlled by democrats and the president has a seat to fill, that is not going to be brett kavanaugh. brian: i think you knocked your microphone off. i think it is over there. >> just going to say that paul, it was before the accusations
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against brett kavanaugh came out. those numbers could be shifting but certainly a flash. pete: the good news for republicans, that is the highest number according to gallup in 7 years for them. but politics later on, it is rod rosenstein's job just days away from meeting with donald trump on tuesday. alan dershowitz figures out what could happen to that guy coming up. >> michelle obama not sitting on the sidelines for the midterms. >> i'm sick of all the chaos and the nastiness of our politics, it is exhausting. ainsley: live in the studio. ♪
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>> some quick tuesday morning headlines. in a warning before you could go trick or treat mister chang, police on the alarm, but look like candy. they found a stash of pills in the shape of cartoon characters like homer simpson and hello kitty. another warning from the fbi, cyberhackers could be targeting your direct deposit paychecks. the fbi says the cybercrooks send out emails disguised as hr departments asking employees to log into the payroll account giving them access to their accounts allowing them to charge and change bank account information. if you get one of those, don't fall for it.
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brian: brett cavanagh eager for a chance to defend himself before anyone rushes to judgment about the accusations against him. >> the process means hearing from both sides and wants to have an opportunity to defend my integrity and clear my name and have a fair process at a minimum, at a bare minimum, requires hearing from both sides before rushing to judgment. brian: tommy laren joins us from new york. >> good to see you guys. brian: kellyanne conway said there's a left -- vast left-wing conspiracy work. >> oliver to watched the interview last they couldn't help but feel for the guy. when i watched it i thought about my dad, my boyfriend, all the male friends i have in my life and how it would feel to go through this. you couldn't help but be touched by that interview. i'm looking forward to seeing
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what happens thursday but it is not only a left-wing conspiracy but just wrong. pete: we know what happened 36 years ago and no one has been able to corroborate the story and people who say what if it was your daughter that is a great point but what if it was your son? and all of us and you wake up and have to defend yourself against charges that you say never happened and everyone has a stake in this results. >> like i said on twitter last night, those who are still vocal on the left especially the men that are so vocal on the left, to talk about the survivor and the allegations i would remind them it only takes one person to come out against them from way back in their past or present, their career, their families could be ruined so before they are so quick to attack him and believe he is guilty until
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proven innocent they are to remember and watch themselves. >> we had judge andrew napolitano on the show and he said the burden of proof has been on their side. the perception is reality on thursday. the perception depends on who you are following, what channel you are watching, who you follow on social media, hollywood is putting out these campaigns. >> hollywood is the last place they should be coming out in droves considering their past. i know they are home to the me too movement, i call it the we all knew movement. i hollywood actors, coming out so vocally, nothing to campaign on for the midterms, they want to distract from all their failures and focus on this poor man who is qualified, it was a good man, a family man, to distract from everything they are not doing. brian: michelle obama has a book coming out with her husband, joe biden, talking about the past administration, listen to her
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plan of action. >> i am sick of all the chaos and the nastiness of our politics. it is exhausting and frankly depressing. you can't vote some of the time and then sit out. we saw that happen. we experienced that. we had a great president. brian: we had a great president. >> by what measure i would ask, was her husband a better president than the current president. not that kind of growth, not in poor security, not independent relations, not in making the united states and america first strong on the international international stage once again. i don't know what she is looking at but beyond that the democrats really think that michelle and barack are what they need, they didn't do it in 2016, couldn't show up for hillary, couldn't get people out in that election but now somehow we are supposed to follow michelle and barack
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obama and that will save the democratic party and i don't think so. pete: a preview of coming attractions for 2020. you will be on "outnumbered" today at noon eastern, then part of fox nation which is a new subscription-based tv service. sound like it will kickoff around thanks giving. >> we will have a great holiday season on fox nation. sign up for updates on foxnation.com. it will be a great place, check it out. brian: a lot of superfans out there. see you soon and we watch at noon. 2 minutes before the bottom of the hour rosenstein's job at risk, just days from a one on one with donald trump. what is going to happen? alan dershowitz is on that story. pete: could be one of the worst parking lot exits of all time. of driver crashing over and over and over.
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>> we have alan dershowitz with us. if you can left on sixth avenue, we have the worst gridlock in midtown manhattan today, the president appearing at the general assembly. look at the crawl in front of our building, speaking of alan dershowitz's book we have the professor with us right now, the case against impeaching donald trump. good morning. yesterday was crazy. satellite rod rosenstein, deputy
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attorney general had either resigned, about to resign or was about to be canned. chaos in the west wing, they were trying to get the story together. what do you think is going to happen thursday when they have a heart-to-heart? >> he is not going to be the deputy attorney general after the election. the question is timing, whether or not the president wants to fire him, whether he would prefer to have him resign, whether he wants him to be an election issue, what happens in terms of succession, who replaces him, what impact it has on mueller, but if you ask me who is the deputy attorney general the united states starting in january of next year it will not be rod rosenstein. brian: does it matter if he quit or if he is fired? >> sure. it becomes less of a political issue if he resigned but even if he resigns the democrats will
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turn it into he resigns as a protest and is forced out. brian: the president could immediately put somebody in as opposed to confirming somebody. >> know. the president could appoint an intern and has to confirm. the day he mentioned the 25th amendment he was out. this shows incredible ignorance of constitutional law as a harvard student, i can't attribute that to him or a bias. the 25th amendment was intended for president who was shot, had a stroke, is incapacitated. not a president you disagree with or think is creating havoc in the white house. you don't use the 25th amendment promiscuously and even mentioning the 25th amendment, the new york times stand by its story, no joke, a serious discussion. that is disqualifying.
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ainsley: the 25th amendment has been talked about for weeks, it has been in headlines before the new york times story about rosenstein, the anonymous op-ed, yesterday at the un, ambassador nikki haley and secretary of state mike pompeo were asked about this, it is not something everybody talks about. >> i'm not aware of any cabinet members talking about that. it is completely and totally absurd. >> no discussion with me about the 25th amendment in the report, there are two senior leaders who said the question was ludicrous. >> i have been at the center of this administration with other folks from virtually day one. i never heard anyone talk about it, whisper about it, joke about it in any way. ainsley: did you buy it? >> the 25th amendment would constitute an unlawful coup for the first time in american history. it would be unconstitutional. it would be illegal.
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and nobody should be talking about it. if this president remains healthy and capable of making decisions, no matter how much we disagree with them, the 25th amendment is off the table. pete: we will know on thursday night of rod keeps his job. thursday night we will also know about the performance of brett kavanaugh before the committee. last night with martha maccallum, denying the accusations. >> i have never sexually assaulted anyone, not in high school, not ever. i have always treated women with dignity and respect. i'm looking for a fair process. a process where i can defend my integrity and clear my name. rob: are you getting it? >> i don't know. it depends on how tough the lawyer is in his cross-examination of the accuser
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and he must be or she must be tough. she can't just be allowed to say i thought about it and didn't remember it and it took me six days to reconstruct my memory. a good cross-examining lawyer has to be gender free, raise the same kind of tough questions about repressed memory and how to reconstruct memory and exactly what she was told, by whom she was told, who made suggestions to her, how did her memory improve over time, we know biologically memories don't improve over time. they recede over time. how did her memory get so much better over six days everything with her lawyer? that is the subject of appropriate cross-examination and any woman or man who is afraid to be tough in cross-examining her or cross-examining him should not act. pete: a few that men will look like bullies in this me too era. >> the woman has to be just as tough on both of them.
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pete: democrats are asking the fbi to look into that and the high school story. what would you do? >> when you are up for a lifetime appointment the fbi should be continuously updating its investigation, the minute an allegation comes out the fbi should be on top of it. doesn't need to start something a new. i have 500 students to appointed positions of authority, i have been interviewed by the fbi over and over and over again, no matter how trivial the issue is, they will ask me about it. it can only be done in a brief period of time. it can be done within 3 or 4 days. pete: you said avenatti is hurting your profession, democrats, you are not helping. what do you think? i don't think he helps himself. he may help himself in the sense of getting more clients but he
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has acted less than responsibly. not only in this instance but other instances as well. brian: what happens after the hearing? >> it depends. if brett kavanaugh is as persuasive as he was on television the other day, and she is cross-examined effectively, moved to a confirmation. hearings are unpredictable and you just don't know what is going to happen and stay tuned. >> the case against impeaching trump is the name of the book. >> jillian walked into the studio. >> unbelievable story. a man is rescued from rubble 5 days after a major fire, 74-year-old raymond got trapped on the second floor after a senior living center went up in flames in washington dc.
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originally checked them off as accounted for but they just found him stuck inside his apartment and called for help. he survived off water bottles, no one was seriously hurt, he wasn't seriously hurt thankfully. a children's book author using colin kaepernick as a role model while teaching kids about racism. anastasia higginbotham reading her book while kneeling next to a cardboard colin kaepernick cut out. she told the local paper, quote, colin kaepernick neil for justice, a end to police brutality, known for equity in education and economic justice so i going to kneel next to him as i read. the title of her book, not my idea, a book about whiteness. a woman with no regard for the car parked next to her caught smashing into it repeatedly. watch this. the new jersey woman spending twee 7 minutes trying to back out of her parking spot but she runs into a little trouble scraping the side of the car next to her.
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she eventually tries wiping the exit away with a cloth before finally pulling out and driving away. if you are that other car owner, sorry about that. it is national one hit one today, we are throwing it way back. is my own favorite. ♪ never going to let you down ♪ never going to run around ♪ and hurt you ♪ ainsley: not actually one hit wonder. everyone on twitter came after me. ♪ ♪ painted love ♪ painted love ♪ ainsley: are these videos not great? ghosting it. we asked about your favorite one hit wonders and these are the most popular responses, josephine tweeting come eileen.
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♪ come on eileen ♪ ainsley: the videos. and touchdown all day. ♪ take me to funky town ♪ take me to funky town ♪ ainsley: i truly can't get enough of this, i could listen all day long. pete: to you know this is in? >> still working on that hit. brian: could hit a home run. >> rick actually is performing on four overseas. still going. brian: overseas could anywhere, could be finland. >> i would love to go. pete: we are 6 weeks away from the midterms. what is on voters minds? todd pyro is with friends in illinois, we check back with him coming up next.
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ainsley: a fixer-upper, do you know he got his start thanks to a leap of faith? he will share that story live coming up. there he is. brian: no music. ♪ there is a chance that's the last time. 300 miles per hour, that's where i feel normal. i might be crazy but i'm not stupid. having an annuity tells me retirement is protected. annuities can provide protected income for life. learn more at retireyourrisk.org
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>> time for pancakes and politics. let's check in with todd pyro live at the breadbasket restaurant in barrington, illinois. >> reporter: the news of the day, everyone is talking about brett cavanagh. jen is a small business owner. her son is a navy diver. that is cool. thank you for the service. let's start with the brett kavanaugh situation. you are embarrassed and scared for the country.
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why? >> because the democrats treat those who are accused inconsistently. brett kavanaugh seems to be hung out to dry before he even has a chance to speak his piece. i am all for women's rights but this is tremendously unfair. >> reporter: you feel democrats pick and choose who they are going to go at. >> yes because there has been a history of how the democrats treat those who have been sexually abused and i am not sure that this is a shining illustration of how somebody accused should be treated. >> reporter: your son is a navy diver, your dad is a paratrooper, thank you for your service. you say the situation is so ugly that it hurts. what do you mean by that? >> we are all human beings. to be accused out of the blue by an unsubstantiated accuser is
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not fair and it puts the person on the defensive and he or she can't do much about it. it is more than mean, it is completely unfair and i don't how we get out of this because i need a hill did very well by her episode. now she has written books and gets paid well for speeches and we will see what happens. >> reporter: let's go to dd, a small business owner, her husband is a marine. you say this is a teaching moment. >> i work with a lot of youth in our community and this is an opportunity to talk about making good choices. we live in america so none of us have an answer to this. we have to wait and do due process, can't be popping up on social media. we have to wait. of these allegations are true,
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that will come out. if they are not they are not true but we put this in our elected officials hands, none of us can say that. i don't think it is fair to judge anyone on a strict the an allegation and as a teaching moment it is good to talk to our kids about putting yourselves in situations whether you are 18 or 28 or 48, that is a conversation open or. >> reporter: before we go i went to say hi to art larson, part of a to timer diner club. he was at one of the diners in williams bay, he is here in barrington, illinois. who else is going to be part of the 2-time club? i challenge you, viewers. >> did he know you are going to be there? >> thank you, live report. pete: social media pays off
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again. >> you have seen them but clint hart got his start thanks to a leap of faith. pete: he is going to join us live next. brian: and bill hammer will be live on the channel in ten minutes. >> reporter: big morning at the un, donald trump's message to the world one year after the words rocket man were dropped, stay tuned, brett kavanaugh's testimony for the senate hearing. what more we are learning about this morning and ted cruz and his wife heckled at a restaurant in washington dc. sandra and me and moments in america's newsroom, 9:00 to noon.
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>> fixer-upper fans watched as dumpster diving carpenter clint are up comes to life, the journey that led clint to the show was far from easy. pete: in his new book handcrafted clint shares how he quit his job and took a leap of faith to become a carpenter and clint joins us live right now. good morning. you make quite a journey. you were in the ministry, in sales and took a chance, going to follow your grandpa. >> that is what happens. my wife and i got married in 2001 and -- pete: don't forget. >> we have been married 17 years. we moved all around, including to europe and everywhere and we ended up in houston and i decided to go for a dream so i quit my job and we started a business together and started
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building furniture and the rest is history. jillian: you were at a gas station. what happened? you don't know each other at all. >> move to waco after i quit my job and kelly was pursuing a masters degree and we had run out of money and time to go back and get a job and do it that way when i decided to do it. and he said my wife would like someone to make some furniture, then it went from there. >> the show is terrific. did she ever bring your design for something and you go how my going to do that? i say that to everything. i am still trying to figure it out. that is the point of the book handcrafted. people see this guy on television and think he has it all figured out and the point is
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i don't. i'm figuring it out as i go. my wife and i on a journey to figure out how to run a business and how to be good parents and i don't have it figured out. i step into it and how my going to do this? >> it is called handcrafted. thank you, good luck to you. the book comes out today. we will step aside, more "fox and friends".
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♪ ♪ >> finally, the cookbook the wife and i wrote comes out a week from today, and the book tour is this sunday. we are going to be in new jersey. we are going to be down in florida, at barnes & noble. second weekend, we are going to be in charlotte. in greenville, and then we are going down into canton, georgia. we will be in ohio.
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if you want more information go to foxandfriends.com you will see the entire tour. if i'm not coming to your town, you can see the book today. they will deliver it week. ♪ >> bill: fox news alert, the president will push today one hour from now at the united nations. a big speech at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. the president is likely to put a hard lend against iran, and persuade other countries to do the same on many other topics. we'll have much more insight on "america's newsroom." meanwhile, fox news exclusive. brett kavanaugh repeatedly denying allegations of sexual misconduct, insisting that he will not withdraw. i am bill hemmer, good morning, everybody. a big show for you today inside "america's newsroom." >> sandra: good morning, i'm sandra smith. president trump and topper public and leaders rejecting the allegations of smear tactics. both kavanaugh

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