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meeting invitation complete with this cute cat photo. officials call the hilarious blunders a training error. rob: that is a cute cat. a giant python fall falls from the ceiling inside a chimsz bank into a crowd of workers. breaking up that staff meeting. that is horrible. carley: oh, gosh. that could have hurt somebody. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> i always used to say the tougher people in manhattan real estate guys. now i say they are babies. >> who is the toughest? >> the political people. this is the most deceptive, vicious world. >> national geographic revealing shocking details of a foiled assassination plot against president trump by isis. >> one of the things that kim has asked for is for you to ease the sanctions. >> we haven't done that this isn't the obama administration. >> in retrospect, do you think bill should have resigned in the wake of the
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monica lewenski scandal. >> absolutely not. >> it wasn't an awould you say of power. >> no, no. >> mayor of portland defending not letting antifa protesters. antifa protesters counter protested a patriot prayer march. >> only way to shut down the democrats new rob rule strategy is to shut them down at the ballot box. >> we need to -- under donald trump. ♪ go big or go home. brian: don't tell me this band doesn't sound. stage packed with people yelling and shouting. ainsley: shouting go big or go home they must be big. steve: went to your home in south carolina. ainsley: how was it. steve: two weeks ago we launched the book it sold out on amazon.com.
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they are print ago bunch can you go buy it again. brian: one secret about south korea about south koreansouthsouth carolina that h carolinians won't admit. go there. you move down to south carolina? i go how do you like it he? goes i'm not sure they like me yet. ainsley: no. okay. so when i moved here everybody was like you are from south carolina. you know myrtle beach. i love myrtle beach, love myrtle beach but have you been to charleston? charleston is amazing. all the charlestonnians don't tell them about it because traffic is bad now. steve: watching "60 minutes" last night you saw donald trump's first interview since he became president of the united states. they aired about 30 minutes. it was contentious. it was back and forth. for instance, it started with video of the hurricane that devastated parts of the
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panhandle of florida. and the first question it wasn't about federal response. it wasn't about emergency preparedness, it was about global climate change. ainsley: climate change. she asked him about jamal, the saudi arabia, the guy that was killed in tuckery, the saudi arabiaian journalist. and she asked about north korea. she said what is your biggest mistake? he said i should have terminated nativity tax that deal earlier. he talked about the border. lots of good things. brian: we start talking about climate change. if you listen close, can you hear an agenda. listen. >> do you still think that climate change is a hoax? >> i don't think it's a motion. >> jamal, the saudi journalist, did the prince give the order to kill? do you agree that vladimir putin is involved in assassinations, in poisoning? will you pledge, pledge that you will not shut down the
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mueller investigation? >> well, i don't pledge anything. >> you are the first president of the united states who never had a political post before. never served in the political. you come up here and have you been up here for almost two years. what's the biggest surprise? what about north korea, i want to read you his resume, okay? he presides over a cruel kingdom of repression, gulags, starve violation. have you made any mistakes? that's my question. >> everybody makes mistakes. >> what have been yours? >> i could have been earlier with terminating the nafta deal. >> what about the forced separation of children? ainsley: if you watched the full interview, she does interrupt him a lot. many republicans thought it was disrespectful and obnoxious. many people thought it made him look better he and he everything correctly. she did give a tough interview. when you are a journalist you want to ask tough fair
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questions. many people thought it was awful she was interrupted him. steve: we used the questions to brian's point subject matter. brian: she believes in global warming. and that's fine. and man's role in climate change. and that's okay. but, i don't think you should bring your point of view, she was trying to win over the president with her point of view. ainsley: talking about scientistscientists have proven. this scientists. who there is other scientists say it something going on out there. the role of man has not been unveiled to a way the president accepts. same way marco rubio answered similarly in similar questions. the one thing i would say about, this the president doesn't mind it he doesn't -- i thought president obama almost look offended when bret baier would jump in because president obama would go on and on and on with every answer. this president goes bring it on. this is leslie stall who looked absolutely horrified when she did the first interview after the president won the election.
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sift down two years later let's do it again. i don't think he minded it. i don't think the president has ever been more confident theaf can do the job than he is today. steve: the way she sat up the interview i talked to him after he won he seemed surprised he was president of the united states. now, almost two years later, he is very confident. variety says, you know, the entertainment trade publication, "60 minutes" was outmatched by donald trump. he was able to stay on message with his chief enemy which is the media. he is a media savvy president. and refused to play by typical rules of engagement. and when you watch the whole interview, and the back and forth, it was contentious. one of the things that i don't think leslie stall saw coming was the answer he gave to her question about okay, you have been president for a couple years, what is the biggest surprise, and he said. this. >> the other thing i have really learned is i never knew how dishonest the media was. i really mean it i'm not
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saying that as a sound bite. i never knew how dishonest it was. >> i'm going to change the subject again. >> no the way you ask me a question about separation. when i say obama did it. you don't want to talk about it let's make a big deal. >> you did it four times. >> i'm just telling you that you treated much different on the subject. >> i disagree but i don't want to have that fight with you. >> hey, it's okay. >> another fight with you. >> it's okay. in the meantime i'm president and you are not. ainsley: best line. reminding her who is boss. do you know what i thought about after i watched i think his approval rating is going up because after the world watched what happened with brett kavanaugh, i think they are seeing how tough it is to be a conservative leader in this country. that the media will go after you. the mainstream media will go after you and they are more of the liberal mainstream media than there are the conservative media. so, if you want to say publicly that you are conservative, and you support this president, you are going to get raked over the coals. i think when people watched this they saw for the first
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time many people who were independents saw, wait a minute, maybe he is right. maybe the media is dishonest and there is some truth to that. steve: especially when you saw and he is going to do the interview. and we have had him on a number of times. we will ask him questions and he is going to answer the questions the way he wants too ena the question. we had him on for 47 minutes last week. so she would ask a question. and then he would answer it the way he wanted to answer it. when she said, you know, why aren't you ever tough on vladimir putin, and he says wait a minute, what are you talking about? i'm not barack obama. remember barack obama, you know, he sent them blankets and billows and i sent tank busters to the ukraine. he was able to work his talking points into every answer. that's why variety says sixth mince was outmatched by the president. brian: one thing i do almost every sunday is watch every sunday show and hop into the panels because we do a great job of logging the
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one-on-one interviews. i have never heard more positive panels for the president in his two years in office. actually make it three years. because he was running for office for a year. even andrea mitchell and a couple of ntsb correspondents said he has never been more confident. he is indeed on a roll. so i think it's interesting. and he has actually answered the mat at thi mattis question . ainsley: i use the word love so much. i got to quit using that describe a word we are talking about. steve: use the emoji. ainsley: c.f. lewis. differential emojis. you love the north korea leader. figure of speech. doesn't mean i actually love him. you trust him? would i tell you right here if i didn't trust him? would that be smart? i thought that was a great answer. steve: it's all negotiation. ainsley: right. steve: let us know what you think we are on twitter and
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facebook. friends@foxnews.com. brian: you notice about eric holder and maxine waters and hillary clinton talk about throwing civility to the cush. thecurb. they got a lot of backlash. is that good strategy for the democrats to get down and dirty like the president. felipe. ainsley: former advisor to hillary clinton. brian: let's listen. >> the notion of when we go high stay high, that should have died on november 9th, 2016. i'm definitely in the eric holder camp. the anger among the democratic party is genuine. i think in a very simple way it is good to stay with that genuine emotion. whether it is the most effective tactic next month or in next two years, i don't know. but it is general win and i don't think it should be ignored. steve: the big question is,
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is that idea going to resonate with, you know, voters, particularly the independents, the people in the middle, come the first tuesday in november? brian: they did a state what kind of president be? numbers astounding in midterm elections. they say 35% of the people going out to support president trump. 38% are going out to oppose president trump. only 28 percent said it's not about the president. that's why the president is doing all these appearances. make it about me. you will be happy with the result if you are a republican. steve: remember, when it came to the polls last time 2016, all wrong. ainsley: i know. i know. steve: will they be wrong this time? stay tuned. ainsley: it's going to get close. carley shimkus is here. jillian son vacation. carley: can you take off i will hold down the fort. ainsley: makes her proud. carley: thank you so much for having me. i feel happy to be here.
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we are going to a fox news alert. few hours the saudi consulate in istanbul will be inspected two weeks after this columnist vanished. many believed jamal was detained and killed by saudi team supplied. president trump sending a stern warning if it's true. >> they denied every way you can imagine. there is something really terrible and disgusting about that if that were the case. so we're going to have to see. we're going to get to the bottom of it, and there will be severe punishment. carley: the white house now facing pressure from lawmakers to take action against saudi arabia, who are vowing to retaliate if that happens. president trump and first lady melania heading to the florida panhandle today in the wake of hurricane michael. 46 people still missing in mexico beach. drone footage revealing a near total loss of property. just look at that one home still stands. the owner says it was build to with stand 250 mile-per-hour winds.
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and look at this. a family spelling out help with logs outside their home. a relative seeing it on a satellite map and calling rescuers. and another fox news alert. it may be the last call, the last chapter for sears. the once dominant department store filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy evernight amid plunging sales and increasing debt. the company unable to make 134-million-dollar debt payment due today. serious has no plans to go out of business though but will close more than 180 stores by year's end. and those are your headlines. guys,. ainsley: brian for my birthday gave me a gift card. brian: to serious. instance ains where america shops. i need a any washing machine. brian: i know what women like. steve: meanwhile straight ahead, just when you thought the lunancy couldn't get any worse bring in alec baldwin. >> we need to overthrow the
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government of the united states under donald trump. [laughter] steve: news flash. that was not "saturday night live." brian: plus as the economy booms, hillary clinton and eric holder can't stop bashing the president. and stuart varney decided to come on and talk about it ♪
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>> we cannot be civil with a political party that wants
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to destroy what you stand for, what you care. >> michelle always says when they go low, we go high. no, no. [laughter] when they go low, we kick them. steve: crowd thought that was funny. we have been telling you about high profile democrats openly encouraging the politics of the mob that some have called it this as our next guest points out the trump administration is focusing on what americans really care about. not mobs but jobs. ainsley: here with more stuart varney on the fox business network. are people sick of it? >> i don't think america likes violence in the street. political violence has no place in america. we don't like it. i don't think it will work against the democrats. i haven't seen a single leading democrat say hey, tone this down. stop this mob rule. stop this confrontation. i haven't seen a single democrat do that at the same
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time, i haven't seen a single democrat plan grow the economy and the jobs like the president has. what do the democrats stand for? free college, universal healthcare, open borders? now, that's not a growth plan it's a huge tax plan. brian: antigrowth plan. >> notion of the mob and nonsense of socialism combined is untenable position. meanwhile, as you point out, president trump's out there holding these rallies, pounding the table, very confident of the performance of the economy there is a sharp contrast here. brian: in the beginning he was getting his feet underneath him. what came out from our interview on friday and interview i saw on sunday and shannon bream the night before is he is really liking being president. i got it now. now i know how to do what i'm supposed to do and he
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has got i saw this the administration put out he accomplished 289 things in 18 categories along with listing 173 major wins. >> i'm not going to list them all for you. but there is a substantial number of wins in the president's pocket. and he is so confident. notice how he answered any and all questions at press conferences and with leslie stall last night on "60 minutes." come on, bring it on. give me the question and i will answer it. ainsley: right. right. >> it's remarkable contrast between this president and any president in my lifetime. i remember when hillary was running we asked her to go on our show and she never would. hats off to journalists even ones who aren't in favor of him and answer questions. >> hard to argue with 3.7% unemployment. lowest since 1969. that is prosperity. brian: until the president sits down with stuart varney, i think he is ducking him. lafayette.
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brian: until then, i'm not going to agree with you ainsley. ainsley: all right, mr. president, if you are watching. brian: stop ducking this man. ainsley: please do an interview with stuart varney. 20 minutes after the top of the hour. hillary clinton raising eyebrows with her answer to this question. wait until you hear what she said. >> in retrospect, do you think bill should have resigned in the wake of the monica lewenski scandal? eling u? oh... (nervous yelp) what if you had some help? introducing the new 2019 ford edge with the confidence of ford co-pilot360 (tm) technology. the most available driver assist technology in its class. ( ♪ ) the new 2019 ford edge.
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(woman) learned ao play second language. applied to college. applied for a loan. started a business. started a blog. shared a picture. shared a moment. turn your wish list into a checklist. learn more. do more. share more. at home, with internet essentials. brian: quick sports headlines right now. thanks for waking up with us. if you woke up you probably missed the late game. late touchdown run from tom brady 41 years old. before this. he is down the sideline and goes, he has it. brian: i cannot believe how
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they keep doing this year after year. that set up the game winning field goal hand kc first lost 43-40. regroup with a backup quarterback with a win over the chicago bears 31-28 after fumbling on the goal line in overtime. that's the running back that did it different note boxer dionte wilder is apologizing for that knockout blow of a mascot. i'm not sure that was funny. undefeated heavyweight champ delivering a powerful right hand to a mascot on a spanish language espn show. the performer was not injured. he can't be reached for comment because he can't talk. ainsley? ainsley: thanks, brian, she claims to be a staunch dedefender of women in the me too movement. when it comes to husband's white house affair with a white house intern this is what she had to say. >> in retrospect do you think bill should have resigned in the wake of the
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monica lewenski scandal. >> absolutely not. >> it wasn't an abuse of power. >> no. no. >> there are people who look at the incidents of the 90's and say a president of the united states cannot have a consensual relationship with an intern. the power imbalance. >> who was an adult. ainsley: here to react staff writer for the federalist brey peyton. >do you agree with her. >> absolutely not. everything she said is absolutely wrong. of course bill clinton abused his power when he had an affair with monica lewenski. sure she was annual adult. when you take power like somebody being the president of the united states and someone being intern she wrote in the vanity affair that renders consent moot. it's mat tently obvious that he abused the power of the oval office. for hillary clinton to still be in denial of that 20 years later now goes to show you why she lost last november 2016 what do you
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think she would be say going it were a republican president and not her husband. >> a complete 180 on this. in this sense unfortunately hillary clinton really elm bodies the me too movement. which sends the message if you are a woman, you are only going to be listened to if your story, if your story of victim hood pushes a certain ideological narrative, right? just a couple weeks ago here in washington, d.c., a few blocks from the washington, d.c. bureau here, you know, juanita broderick was outside of the supreme court and she was protesting in favor of brett kavanaugh and when one of my friends spoke with her, she said that a lot of the same senators who were bending over backwards to accommodate, you know, and make christine blasey ford feel comfortable same senators refused to read her same deposition in 1999 outlining the abuse she suffered at the hands of bill clinton. ainsley: do you think she should be forced to answer these questions? she is an innocent victim in this.
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her husband monica lewenski. other women, juanita jones, kathleen broaddrick and juanita wiley. >> she is responsible for what she says and what she does and what she said here is that, you know, what she said here is problematic. i think for us to be talking about it is important. and it's important for us to, you know, if we are going to believe all women, we should believe all women. the standard should apply and be the same across the board. a lot of the same organizations that are, you know, standing up in favor of the me too movement. been pushing the me too movement. we're silent when keith ellison was accused of beating ex-girlfriend, right? completely silent on that earth that. yet, when kavanaugh just put what he was put through a couple weeks ago, they were ringing the alarm bells every second of every single day. ainsley: it's not fair. brey, thank you. just when you thought the
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lunancy from the left couldn't get any worse. bring in alec baldwin. >> we need to overthrow the government of the united states under donald trump. [cheers] ainsley: we will play the entire sound bite for you. dan bongino has something to say about this and is he live coming up next. plus, we have been telling you about this high school band depicting cops at gunpoint during halftime show. this morning we have update on that story. ozempic®, a majority of adults lowered their blood sugar and reached an a1c of less than seven and maintained it. oh! under seven? (vo) and you may lose weight. in the same one-year study, adults lost on average up to 12 pounds. oh! up to 12 pounds? (vo) a two-year study showed that ozempic® does not increase the risk of major cardiovascular events like heart attack, stroke, or death. oh! no increased risk? ♪ ozempic®! ♪ ozempic® should not be the first medicine for treating diabetes,
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up in new hampshire as alec baldwin frequent credit of the president took to the stage to talk politics. ainsley: fundraising dinner for new hampshire's democratic party there were 800 people there and he said he flew there the day after "saturday night live." brian: plays the president on television. ainsley: only supposed to be three episodes. brian: thought he was going to lose and donald trump won because of the russians of course and we will prove that later in the show. how unbelievable is it that the people that the democratic new hampshire fundraising arm thought that al beck baldwin would have the right message? do you think that's the right message for democrats to overthrow the government? steve: let's talk to this guy dan bongino, former new york city cop, secret service agent. author of the book spy gate the attempted sabotage of donald j. trump. so, dan, when you alec baldwin there, speaking in front of all those democrats, when he said overthrow donald trump, there is a big cheer.
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what's going on with that? >> i don't know who i am more embarrassed for, alec baldwin or as you guys just said the democratic party up in new hampshire. you give this guy a platform and he does that i mean, if i were to suggest that which i never would, god forbid on your show right now, you guys would cut this feed rightfully so immediately. by the way, how is there a 4r5u68 way to overthrow the government? baldwin is a deranged lunatic and he is not even that bright. thankfully there isn't a lawful way to overthrow the government. there is impeachment process. but he says we want to do it in -- overly t overthrow the government? -- guys, john edwards gave a peach about two americans. sadly there are two americas developing right now. there is the media elites like this lunatic. there is academia, there is the swamp rats and then there is the rest of us. and donald trump has really tapped into that. people see him as a warrior on the right side of that.
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steve: maybe when is he talking about overthrove this government he is talking about people getting out to vote in somebody new. brian: i don't think so. >> steve, i don't think so either, bud. steve: i don't know what is he talking about. >> i don't think so either. steve: what do you think of the president on with leslie stall on with sixth minutes lassixth mingslast night it wita contentious and back and forth. and he gave it back t her. >> i have this thing i talk about a lot about fighting against the libs all the time. i consider leslie stall part of that i have seen some of her interviews on "60 minutes," i think they are always biased and one-sided and designed to advance a liberal narrative. very rarely ever do politicians fight back because they are afraid. afraid they are going to look bad. donald trump gave back every single thing he got and more. i tweeted out last night. if you are missing this right now you are missing epic television. he gave it back. that line he said at one point well i'm the president and you're not.
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and then there is another point where she asked him to make a pledge he says rightfully so i don't need to make a pledge to you. i'm president of the united states. i will make a pledge when i need to make a pledge. this is why people like donald trump. it's not rudeness or brashness. it's that donald trump doesn't succumb to this media pressure to be weak and he fights right back. ainsley: all right. dan, we want to ask you about this. i was alarmed when i saw that national geographic is going to air a special that reveals how they foiled an assassination attempt against our president, president trump in manila. was isis involved? what are the details? >> yeah. this actually happens more often than you would think. i hope i'm not breaking any news. the fact it was covered nat geo. daily beast a writer take as cheap shot at me by the way that's okay it happens all the time. i know the lead advanced agent very well. i was an instructor in the
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secret service academy. they did everything by the numbers. the problem with this plot over there they had is that they were in the philippines at this point. and they had an operator on the ground. they had detected on social media various ways they knew he was on the ground in the philippines. the problem is you have to rely on the locals. and locals use what look like to be the power of numbers to swarm the park and find the motorcade. this happens a lot overseas on presidential trips. brian: evidently on his website he was seen with a picture on a book how to kildee finnive its industry of and had a mugshot of lee harvey oswald. >> he was pretty vocal on social media about his intentions. all the warning signs were there indications of an interest in assassination. pictures with, you know with lee harvey ozwald. fasfascination with it. these are warning signs. secret service has a checklist the information is classified how they deal
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with it but they are very, very good at detecketting a threat from someone who is just a talker. steve: you are a talker, i'm telling you that's why we have you on the show. brian: it's a queens thing. he has a great podcast, too. steve: he is great. brian: do you know who doesn't like his podcast is carley shimkus. carley: i love his podcast. how dare you? that's fake news. brian: i will do a correction. carley: please do. good morning to you guys and good morning to you at home. thanks for starting your day with us. a spokesman for a democratic group supporting phil pred sen takes aim at americans and second amendment. the washington free beacon digging up this 2015 facebook postmark brown writing the biggest terrorist organization on the planet is, quote white male murican gun nuts. he has called him said a pro-gun candidate. the nra says that's misleading. he faces off against march
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that shah blackburn next month. take a look at this. a plane suddenly crashes into a home in arizona. the single engine plane nearly missing a man inside when it came crashing into his bedroom. >> i said what in the hell was that? and that's when the window, when it blew out. i got up and walked outside and the neighbors start coming around what is happening? look at the hole in your roof. >> oh my gosh that man counting lucky stars the pilot who has not been identified dying in the cash on the way to an airport in payson nearly 90 miles from phoenix. the faa and ntsb are investigation. high school band barred from a yearly state competition over halftime show depicting cops at gunpoint after two local officers were killed on duty. this as a state representative demands a watchdog investigation into whether the fake guns were
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bought with taxpayer dollars. the band director is keeping his job. officials say there was no ill will in the halftime show and the children are not at fault. and we have breaking royal news to share with you just five months after tying the not, meghan markle and prince harry are expecting their first child. the news breaking overnight the duke and duchess of sussex will welcome the baby in the spring of 2019. of the couple landed in australia for first royal tour with meghan holding two binders in front of her stomach sending the royal baby rumor mill into overdrive. and those are your headlines, guys. brian: that whole last story was as long as last newscast why are you so into royals? carley: first of all, everybody loves babies. that's noncontroversial. isn't that exciting because they just got married. ainsley: brian says he loves that story. he has been waiting pins and
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needles for meghan markle to get pregnant. brian: that's not true. carley: are you going to send the royal family a serious gift card. brian: buy something they don't have. steve: all i know it's time to start booking the town cryer. ainsley: hereyhere hear ye, hear ye,. >> bob tenet from oregon, illinois. janice: thank you for being my umbrella holders. take a look at the map real quick because we have showers in the northeast. could we go to weather 7 my friend? weather 7 is where the weather maps will be. a cold front that is moving through much of the country. if we can't get weather 7 i don't know if we can i will just tell you big cold coming n winter is coming. where are the wives? where are the girlfriends? >> in bed. >> still asleep from the lion king. >> out of town.
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>> my goodness, we need to wake them up. "fox & friends" is here. thank you for coming. will you be here all day as weather handler? >> yes. janice: i only need three friends at 6:30. ainsley: we love the cooler temperatures this weekend thank you very much. janice: you got it. steve: apparently they are on weather 7. that's a whole another computer. thank you very much j.d. brian: 18 minutes before the top of the hour. remember these crying faces on election night 2016? trcialg worrie2016? ainsley: we have newt gingrich and jonathan turley and kellyanne conway, all here live. you keep doing you.
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brian: after hillary clinton lost the 2016 presidential election many democrats have are not helped but cry and they have not stopped.
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out between republicans and democrats ahead of the midterms in 22 days are dems getting nervous for another election disaster? joining us right now to break down the numbers. former polster for the cruz campaign and ceo chris wilson. overall the kavanaugh effect is lasting, it seems. >> it is. you see republican enthusiasm has matched and some cases even exceeded where democrats have been throughout the entire election cycle. brian: i know you ted cruz and you understand what it's like for donald trump and going to bat. the president says make it about me. 34 rallies deep into it this week. is he spartan to d smart to do ? >> is he going to montana west virginia, parts of the florida. parts of texas, parts of nevada and arizona where there are competitive senate races have an impact in putting him over the top and helping those candidates move into the lead. brian: overall we have 35 senate seats up, 27
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controlled by democrats. nine by republicans. take a look at 10 big ones where the president's party is optimistic they could be successful. right now you have some of these -- these are the democrats seeking re-election in touch states. as you look at that list. casey seems strong, brown seems okay. donnelly, heitcamp, now manchin as well as mccaskill and nelson and tester seem to be in trouble. >> josh holly is running against mccass skill. ing it gets confusing so many states in play this year. you look at heitkamp's vote against brett kavanaugh, it's almost as if she was auditioning for a role in the next democratic administration. she is in real trouble. you hate to say anything until it's over. jon tester has put himself in a bad position.
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brian: tester can be effective. most effective person not named donald trump is might be able to close. hawley in virtual dead heat with mccaskill. donnelly now is getting -- is feeling the heat. where it seems as though he was holding on to that labor day. >> when you have incumbent that far below 50% in a state it becomes very problematic to get back to 50. britain. brian: quick stat momentum and passion: how important is this election to you. g.o.p. voters in july 68%. democrats 78%. g.o.p. says 80% to 82. what does that mean for analyst like you? >> well, like i said democrats have had that level of enthiewmple almost since donald trump has won the election. have you some well placed or weapon developed hops in senate races you have a strong feeling of what's
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going on. republicans start to reach from a turnout perspective achieving if not sustaining where democrats have been throughout the election. states where have you low levels of turnout like montana and north dakota. brian: sleeper issue, hispanics. not running from president trump like everyone thought. one in four supports him and younger ones are behind him. really unnerving a lot of democrats. >> texas a great example. have you senator ted cruz and governor greg abbott running campaigns. governor abbott is married to hispanic. of course ted cruz is i would submit on election day, both of them will get over 40% and even 50% of the hispanic vote. rick, great job. criticize wilson, appreciate it. >> you bet. brian antifa vandalizes the new york city g.o.p. headquarters. that's not all. left behind a threatening message. republican in new york blew the whistle on disturbing incident. he will join us live. does he have a shot?
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steve: left wing vandals targeting antifa spray painting doors and breaking locks at the metropolitan republican club. criminals left behind a note saying quote our attack is merely a beginning. we are not pafn, we are not civil. we will not apologize. new york gubernatorial candidate mark malarno along with the widow of new york city police department officer join us live this morning. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. steve: what do you make of antifa. >> it was outrageous attack. it threatened staff and the people in that building and certainly we have staff there. but, what is most critical is we have to tone down the
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rhetoric. ism, on all sides of the aisle. the violence is not -- it's not something that we should accept. but, in new york, the governor of this state wants nothing more than to talk about that instead of talking about the fact that he has led the most corrupted state government in america. steve: you would like to be the next governor from new york. diane, you actually have come -- you are supporting him because you do not like the fact that this governor not only allowed the man who killed your husband, a police officer, to be released, a cop killer, but also gave him voting rights. >> yes. i feel that governor cuomo is totally responsible for the release of her man belle. not only his he appointed the commissioners, and to of those commissioners that released him were his appointees. steve: that's right. >> on top of it he gives him the right to vote. steve: that is why appearing in a campaign ad for this man right here.
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here is a little bit of it. >> governor cuomo and his parole board set this cold blooded killer free. then governor cuomo gave him the right to vote it betrays the trust of police families everywhere and devalues the life of migrate husband. steve: mark, why is it important for people to hear diane's story. >> she won't say it but bell tortured her husband and others made them beg and killed them. to say have the governor pardon them is a slap in the face to law enforcement. it's a slap in the face to christmas and their families and slap in the face to the usual system. he hafs made a mockery of democracy. at the end of the day, has said to law enforcement all across the stift george he doesn't have their back. they deserve to know if you kill a cop you stay in jail that'sth way it should be. steve: what do you want to
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say to the governor? maybe he is watching. >> governor cuomo, you couldn't take the time to meet with me and my feasm to discuss what happened with the release of her man belle but i would like to he so you debate marc malinaro. steve: the parole board is separate from the governor. he made clear his strong disagreement with the decision in this case. it's desparticular cable and dispirit of this man to exploit this tragedy for political gain. what do you say to that? >> i say he should have met with diane. he had the option not to pardon him. please, understanding, this governor has now seven or eight of his closest associates found guilty of federal corruption charges. understand though he wants nothing more than to distract our attention from what is a corrosive culture of corruption. i wouldn't be surprised if he wasn't indicted himself. steve: mark molirno is running for governor and
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toughest people in manhattan real estate guys, now i say that they're babies. babies. the political people. this is the most deceptive, vicious world. brian: i don't think the president has ever been more confident that he can do the job than he is today. >> one of the things that kim has asked for nor you to ease the sanctions. >> we haven't do that. this is the obama administration. >> president trump and melania heading to the florida panhandle. >> in retrospect do you
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think bill should have resigned in the wake of the monica lewenski scandal. >> absolutely not. >> it wasn't an abuse of power. >> no. >> for hillary clinton to still be denial of that goes to show you why she lost. >> anger among the democratic party is genuine. >> we need to overthrow the government of the united states under donald trump. [cheers] ♪ maul town throwdown. ainsley: october 15th. this is the deadline. if you have not done your taxes. extensions. ainsley: a lot of people do extensions. brian: did not know that. ainsley: did i an extension, yeah. my taxes are done. yep. steve: thank goodness. brian: i don't know if you know. this but last night the president gave maybe his fourth major interview in three days. he gave it to "60 minutes." i knew that this is going to
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be a new interview because there was no headlines coming out of the tease. usually if the president sits down a head of time with "60 minutes" on friday they start letting you know what story that is. what kind of new news is coming out. nothing emerged from. this tone and tenure was the story. ainsley: people thought she was disrespectful and obnoxious what people were saying. she was a tough interview though. when you are a journalist you have to ask those tough questions. she did interrupt a few times. i thought he looked great because he was able to answer all of the questions he was very real and authentic. steve: variety is talking about how she let him get away because she didn't have any facts. when, for instance, the first thing they show images of the hurricane. and they talk about immediately climate change. and then he is talking about well, you know, the climate is changing but we don't know if it's man made or gigantic climatic wave or
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cycle or something like that as has been depicted she says all these scientists are talking about it and he goes who scientists? she didn't have a name. had she been able to back that up. brian: make up a name. just come out with something. ainsley: there are a lot of scientists that do believe it i don't think she had to have a scientist's name. as the president said there are scientists that sphroof whadisprove whatscientists say. brian: marco aruba had the best line there are climate change what man's role in that. we are a country not a planet. we are not in control of the whole planet. steve: sure, exactly. if you missed it, it was contentious. there was a lot of back and forth. here is about 90 section of it if you missed it. >> do you still think that climate change change is a hoax. >> i don't believe it's a hoax. >> do you want that vladimir putin is involved in assassinations, in
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poisonings? >> probably he is, yeah. probably. >> probably? >> probably. >> will you pledge, pledge that you will not shut down the mueller investigation. >> i don't pledge anything. i don't want to pledge. why should i pledge to you? if i pledge, i will pledge. i don't have to pledge to you. >> what about north korea? i want to read you his resume. he pro-sides over a cruel kingdom of repression, gool logs, starvation. this is a guy you love. >> i'm not a baby. >> slapped some tariffs on allies this is hostile. >> it's not hostile. >> it sounds hostile. >> what's hostile is the way they treat us. >> have you made any mistakes that's my question. >> everybody makes mistakes. >> what have been yours? >> i could have been earlier with terminating the nafta deal. >> what about the forced separation of children? what have you learned? >> i never knew how dishonest the media was. >> i'm going to change the subject again. >> no. even the way you ask me a
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question like about separation. when i say obama did it, you don't want to talk about it. >> i'm your answer but you did it four times. >> i'm just telling you that you treated me much differently on the subject. >> i disagree but i don't want to have that fight with you. >> hey, it's okay. >> leslie it's okay. in the meantime i'm president. and you're not. steve: that's hilarious. what he was able to do is he was able to stay on his message. whatever she was going to ask him, he was going to answer it but then add the trumpian twist. you know, his point of view. ultimately because he is so media savvy. he refused to play by the typical rules of engagement when it comes to a big sixth sih minutes interview. i looked to try to find the i don't know if have released it. it would be interesting to see how much got left. brian: one thing he did say i thought was interesting.
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he said you didn't ask me about president obama. he didn't enforce it that's his problem that he didn't enforce it. steve: about immigration. brian: yeah, about immigration. democrats are under this unsaid rule don't bring up immigration because it's so unpopular their stance for the midterms. now what he is saying is this administration is about to come out with a new policy that says women and children who come to come to the border stay together 20 days. have a choice take a kid and bring them to realives and go back or both go back together. i thought new nuances. president would use an opportunity to say that last night. ainsley: after we saw what happened with brett kavanaugh people look at the president differently now? because the president would say mainstream media doesn't like me. it's fake news, it's fake news. democrats didn't believe him. because they just said of course he is going to say that we saw what happened with brett kavanaugh. we were able as a public to see both sides of that story and make up our own minds. and then we would watch mainstream media and their reaction.
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so now when i see the president sit down with some in the mainstream media who we know doesn't agree with him, that's okay. it was a tough interview. it was a good interview. we got to see both sides. we do make up our own minds. when the president says the. is wrong and dishonest, many people are now paying attention more and believing him more because of what we saw with brett kavanaugh. if you are a conservative in this country you have to be tough as nails because the mainstream media is going to go after you. steve: if you don't like donald trump you might have thought he never answered one of his many questions. if do you like donald trump hey, look, he stood up to "60 minutes" the media elite. dan bongino says the media don't quite get him i have very rarely ever do politicians fight back because they are afraid they are going to look bad. donald trump gave back every single thing he got and more. if you missed this last night, missed epic television.
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line he said at one point well, i'm the president and you are not. another point she asked him to make a pledge, he says rightfully so, i don't need to make a pledge to you. i'm the president of the united states. i will make a pledge when i need to make a pledge. >> this is how -- this is why people like donald trump. it's not rudeness or bracialness. it'brashness. donald trump doesn't succumb to media pressure to be weak. he fights right back. brian: poll six points now up to 41% approval which is still low. considering 92% of his media coverage is negative. the one thing that i think that everyone is missing. not everything that he does, because it's different, is wrong. because the president is approaching things from a different angle, people go crazy. let's say people that are independent-minded or lean left. sometimes you have to sit back and go the president approaches this differently. the results are changing markedly. when it comes to the economy they are turning into some major victories and then when you are critical of
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maybe his future stance on saudi arabia, if you don't like it, people give you more credit. if you would actually say in north korea, the president is going at it different let's see. much more respect why do you lo him and saying things? then he gets defensive and people don't get anywhere. steve: is he a disrupter. he does things differently. variety. trade publication. brian: you love that magazine. steve: only critical review. ainsley: only quoted it twice. you love it. steve: that's right. is he a bad guy what leslie stall said last night. pushing through questions on capitalizing on interview approach to sync size presidency two segments on television. trump effectively converted "60 minutes" into a short rally. think about it there were a lot of sound bites that you hear at trump rallies. ainsley: what did you think about it? send us your comments at
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friends@foxnews.com. brian: almost a seinfeld episode so everyone doesn't yell at me in the control room. leslie stall did an interview with the radio show for grand mother book. and we looked down and she was gone and her glasses were there. and then we get a call do you have leslie stall's glass yeah. can you bring them to us? so we had -- i had to bring leslie stall's glasses to cbs and i thought i did a wonderful thing. ainsley: cvs or cbs. brian: that's where she bought them. i had her red rimmed glass. i thought we brought the two networks together. steve: now you know the rest of the story. carley: always lending a helping hand. brian: that was nice of me. straight to a fox news alert. from a few hours the saudi consulate in it istanbul will be inspected. many believe khashoggi was
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killed by saudi team inside. president trump sending a stern warning if that's true. >> they denied every way you can imagine. there is something really terrible and disgusting about that if that were the case. so we're going to have to see. we're going to get to the bottom of it and there will be severe punishment. carley: the white house now facing pressure from lawmakers to take action against saudi arabia who are vowing to retaliate if that happens. three people arrested after a security scare at an international guard base. authorities firing one shot at a car that breached a security gate at the 128th air refueling wing in milwaukee. luckily, no one was injured. but the base was on lockdown for hours. two weeks involved have been removed and an investigation is underway. going to trial today over accusations of admissions bias. the school is accused of descrim nation against asian american students. the case could eventually reach the supreme court
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setting up a challenge to affirmative action. the ivy looking school claims asian american admission has grown significantly since 2010. senator elizabeth warren finally getting around to taking that d.n.a. test democrat following through after criticized for her claims of native american ancestry. strongly suggest we had a native american ancestor dating back in her family six to ten generations. if that's true, she is the 1/32nd. if it's 10 generations back she would only be 1/512th native american. brian: why don't do you 23 and me and end this. carley: carlos, a stanford university professor. ainsley: 1/512th. so you are saying there is a
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chance. carley: i have a feeling president trump's nickname for her isn't going anywhere. steve: pocahontas. brian: thank you, carley. the democrat running for georgia's governor blue wave is coming and illegals are part of it? what? >> votes told not worthy of being here. it is comprised of those who are documented and undocumented. >> yes. brian: should i have said brian kemp joins us live next. ainsley: hollywood stars are lining up to give to the dems. not danny kaine dean cain, he ha message for his hollywood friends out in california. that's coming up ♪ ♪
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♪ steve: well, have you heard, bill and hillary clinton are going to do a roadshow. brian: finally. ainsley: aren't tickets expensive. steve: up to a couple hundred bucks. stay tuned coming to your town. brian: cbs did an interview with hillary clinton. they will find this more than ever before because of the me too movement. they look back at the accusers against bill clinton and look at the affair with monica lewenski. hillary clinton wants to talk about what a bad person
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trump is. she keeps getting this question from responsible interviewers. listen. >> in retrospect, do you think bill should have resigned in the wake of the monica lewenski scandal. >> absolutely not. >> it wasn't an abuse of power. >> no. no. >> there are people who look at the incidents of the 90's and they say a president of the united states cannot have a consensual relationship with an intern. the power imbalance is too great. >> who was an adult. let me ask you this, where is the investigation of the current incumbent against whom numerous allegations have been made? and which he dismisses, denies and ridicules. so there was an investigation. and it, as i believe, came out in the right place. brian: they disbarred him and he was found to be lying under oath and they impeached him. i guess she supports that here is the most important thing. whatever happened with president trump, he denied and it happened before he was president trump. what happened with hillary clinton and bill clinton happened while he was
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president. ainsley: i understand the laws are you can't sleep or be with a subordinate. you can't do that you can't be the boss and employ someone and people think that's taking advantage. brian: arafat is in the waiting room. ainsley: worked for someone worried about saying no because you would lose your job. i understand point. she is saying monica is at fault, too. she could have said no. she knows right from wrong she was 22 when it happened. steve: kristin gillibrand the senator from new york state a couple months ago said absolutely, he, bill clinton, should have stepped down. bre payton joined ainsley in the first how and had this to say about hillary's denial of the question. >> of course bill clinton abused his power when he abused monica lewenski. when you take power imbalances someone being the president of the united states and someone being an intern.
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she wrote in vanity affair article that renders consent moot. it's patently obvious abused the office of the president. for hillary clinton to be in denial of that 20 years later goes to show you why she lost. ainsley: 20 years later. stop asking her about it. don't you think enough? brian: thing is, ainsley, for the longest time they never got questions on it at all. you cannot sit there and accuse donald trump of all of these things about the accusers and not look and say what about your husband, look what happened. ainsley: and where is the investigation into the other women who accused, too. brian: whatever happened with the president he is 72. whatever happened before. it's up to you. it will be handled in court. nobody said over the last two years that things are going on in the white house where the 40th president of the united states can't answer that question. steve: what do you think. brian: 42nd. steve: tweet us or facebook
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us. brian: number one independent movie in america and focuses on abortion doctor. why aren't critics even reviewing gosnell. dean cain the producer and star has an idea. he joins us next. ainsley: kellyanne conway is going to join us live in a few minutes ♪ i love a friday night ♪ and i love this life ♪ of crispy rice. crunch. the chocolate bar all americans love.
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next, $16.5 million, that's how much money the trio of nfl anthem kneelers are bringing in combined as they disrespect the flag. the number could go even higher stills, wilson or eric reed meet certain bonuses. finally 6 feet. how long this leaping bull shark is. 220-pound beast jumping into a family's fishing boat in australia. the father's three young children say dad, we're not going to go on the boat ever again. nope, not going to do it. ainsley: i don't blame them. true life story about one america's most prolific serial killers. >> listen up. we are looking for anything that looks like drugs or paraphernalia. >> phil police department we have a search warrant. >> what is that smell? >> man, have you got to see this. >> is this normal? >> i have never been in an abortion clinic before. steve: instead of reviewing gosnell hollywood film
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critics staying silent. how come? here with reaction and executive producer of gosnell dean cain who joins us from tinseltown. good morning to you. >> good morning steve, good morning, ainsley. good morning, brian. brian: dean, congratulations, huge weekend, right? >> yeah. really big for a small independent movie like us with very few screens, we did very, very well. i am estate particular. i'm happy people are getting out and seeing this moe. 100 percent on rotten tomatoes. critics won't rereview it but people are he reviewing it. ainsley: i can't wait to see it, dean. it looks very provocative. the real life character when they were going in there they were looking for druretion. you got in there and what did you find? >> well, it was so -- it was a house of horrors. inside his clinic and the things going on in there. at one point in time we were shooting this film come on we are set dressing this a little crazy. too much stuff.
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bags with fetuses inside and cats roaming around and unsterilized equipment. this can't be real. ainsley: jars of human remain. >> jar jars of like baby feet. it's literally something you can't imagine. but, then they showed me the real footage and it was almost exact. steve: dean, you mentioned that you are not getting reviewed. there was an item in news busters that talked about how you may not be getting reviewed. there is a comedy, it's a movie called the oath. which looks at that time a fascist white house. it's getting reviews. up on the big screen we see the variety which i have been quoting extensively today. they said all too plausible a premise, cnn.com writes compels the audience to come front today's headlines and entertainment weekly says it's entirely plausible. ainsley: there is that word again, plausible. ainsley: what do you make of that. >> i'm not saying they are getting marching orders and talking points but they are getting marching orders and
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talking points. steve: from whom? >> it's clear. >> someone out there when you do a film and put out your media rush there are talking point you put in there one of the top ones. they are echoing it because they don't like this president. they don't like this president. so they are trying to undermine this presidency like they have for the last two years. brian: for you, you are almost in top 10 box office over the weekend but very few screens. what are you going to do to keep the momentum going now that the audience has responded. >> you can try to keep things quiet. if people show up and go out in the seats and they get into the theater and then they start potussing reviews on twitter and social media. you can't stop that. i try find it earlier. best review i have seen. very succinct. said if you want to cry, go see a star is born. if you want excitement go see venom. if you want your life changed and see a powerful movie that you will think about forever. go see gosnell. ainsley: have you played a
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big role in this and have you gotten attacked and you are in the middle of hollywood where you are one of the few conservatives. if you look at the donations, 99.7%, almost 100 percent of the $4 million donated by top hollywood executives went to the democrats. that's according to the federal records, the fec records and the hollywood reporter was releasing those numbers. how do you survive in hollywood? brian: it's lonely. >> why i'm up at 4:00 in the noorng out here. i'm not surprised at all. 99.7% that's pretty overwhelming i'm going to say. folks out here, again, people in this industry they don't like the president. and it's a personal thing. it's an emotional thing. it's not really based on policy from what i understand because i think talk policy with people and they always go for personal attacks. that's what i constantly hear. brian: dean, you are business person as well as
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producer. investor now because economy is better. put money in entertainment when they have extra. this helps everybody in your industry. >> absolute truth. they don't want to make a movie like gosnell because it doesn't fit the narrative and they want to push a narrative. there's no question about it. ainsley: maybe they don't want to be failed with reality. they don't want to know what's really happening. >> that's true. something like this film, gosnell, it makes you think twice about abortion. that's something that people don't touch it. don't touch it. it effects how you live your life. steve: if you are interested in looking or watching the movie, google and find out what screen it is playing at near you. dean, thank you for joining us live today. >> thank you very much. brian: straight ahead the democrat running for georgia's governor says a blue wave is coming and illegals are a part of it. >> it is made up of those that have been told that they are not worthy of being here. >> yes. it? >> is surprised of those
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documented and undocumented. >> yeah. brian: undocumented? her opponent john kempf joins us live soon. steve: president trump sat down with "60 minutes" thursday. ran last night. pretty heated were. all of the questions fair? kellyanne conway is going to join us live next ♪ ♪ hall of fame ♪ yeah ♪ and the world's gonna know your name ♪ yeah.
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♪ any way you want it ♪ that's the way you need it ♪ any way you at this point in time. brian: do you know who is singing this song steve perry a guest on our show. ainsley: so nice. steve: if you saw that wide shot you saw the backs of our heads and carley shimkus who is doing the news for jillian who is on vacation. carley: that is right.
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well-deserved. ainsley: i haven't taken a week long vacation in a year and a half. carley: my jaw almost hit the floor and rolled down the hallway. ainsley: she is a hard worker. >> she is. another violent weekend in chicago. 27 people shot. two of them killed. police say they are getting almost no cooperation from witnesses. this coming just over two months after the deadliest weekend in city history which saw 74 people shot. 12 of them killed. so far this year, there have been nearly 1900 shootings, 430 of them deadly. new video captures the moments moments before a model's mysterious death. taking a bullet to the neck and crashing while driving to work. police don't know who fired the shot but believe it could be a random attack. first responders didn't realize she was shot until after she got to the hospital. we support standing for the
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flag. now he is out of a job. pennsylvania democrat mark salvas forced to resign as executive director of the al genie democratic committee over facebook. i stand for the flag. i kneel at the cross. members of his party offended by salvas a marine veteran has no regrets and not ashamed of his patriotism. this story brings new meaning to the phrase pig out. massive pig on the loose with doritos. luring the animal described as the size of a mini horse with the snack. that one of them had in their lunch bag. the pig was eventually put back into his gate. so, news you need to know. pigs like doritos. steve: what's not to like. ainsley: only thing not to like about doritos is they don't make your breath smell good. steve: we are talking pigs.
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ainsley: exactly. swine. brian: really exciting. steve's book is doing great happy cookbook. have a chance to see steve in person something ainsley and i get to do every week. steve: final weekend coming up for the happy cookbook tour. cathy and i going to atlanta. river church in canton, georgia at 7:00. giving a little talk and signing the cookbooks for tickets contact fox tale book shop in. we will be in dayton, ohio saturday at 2:00 in the afternoon. books and company in beaver creek, ohio saturday at 2:00. please stop by and say hello. those are the final two stops on the happy cookbook tour. everybody else, i guess you will have to go ahead and buy your books online. amazon printed up a whole bunch more. they are available for local bookstore. brian: my sense the tour is going to be extended. ainsley: maybe around christmas time or thanksgiving. write a book with your spouse because then you get to travel together.
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♪ >> what about north korea? >> well, i consider it so far a great achievement. >> when you say so far. >> it's always so far until everything is done. deals are deals, okay? >> i want to read you his resume, okay? >> he presides over a cruel kingdom of repression, gool logs, starvation. reports he had his half-brother executed. slave labor, public executions this is a guy you love. >> why do you love that guy. >> look, look. i like him. i get along with him, okay?
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>> you love him. >> okay. >> just like. >> it's a figure of speech. >> it's like an embrace. >> let it be an embrace. >> yeah, but he is a bad guy. ainsley: bring in kellyanne, counselor to the president. good morning to you. live from the white house. what did you think of this interview. >> it was fantastic interview. i call this entire media barrage by president trump. donald trump in full. it's part of why he got elected. you can track his interview this weekend to the woman who he beat interviewed this weekend. you are reminded yet again reason 3642 why the american people wanted him. a different type of leadership. he doesn't back down. he was very respectful in the 60 memberships interview. shared a great deal of sympathy for the saudi journalist and promised to take drastic action if in fact what is alleged to have happened to him did happen to him. at the same time he made clear he doesn't make pledges to the press, he makes pledges to the people. one of those pledges was to
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come here an improve the economy. 4.2 million jobs created all this deregulation. when it comes to questions about kim i love the president's comment don't forget this president's leadership has brought three americans home from north korea. secretary pompeo was there last weekend negotiating further steps towards the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. that helps everyone. and with pastor brunson's return this week, that brings the total to 20. 20 people released by foreign powers under this presidents wants watch. that's called 4reu7 and that's called causation not coincidence. for him likely to be over there including the three americans who came back home to american soil with their families. thank you, president trump. steve: leslie stall was tying to do a regular "60
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minutes" interview. we haven't seen the raw hit because they haven't posted it online. does he feel like it was a good interview and does he feel like it was fairly he haedithed? >> he knows it was interview he got to talk to the american people without the middle manual the way he does on social media platforms and the way he does in print and tv interviews. the pool sprays obviously out on the south lawn. the rallies, 3 or 4 or 5 rallies a week now. this is the most transparent accountable president perhaps we have ever seen. definitely in modern times. he doesn't fear the media, he uses the media as a plat form, many platforms by which to communicate his. the question is not surprised by any of these questions. he loves received he thought after he got elected the press would become more fair try to dial it back and
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cover some of the grace success. this administration has had to work harder and smarter if you will to make sure that americans know exactly what is happening, even if they don't hear enough of it i have long said biased coverage is one thing but incomplete coverage means that our veterans aren't hearing all the good that's happening. when ivanka trump and the president did last week with respect to human trafficking that will save girls and boys' lice. people will be better off. so many different things. the president and the first lady are headed to georgia and florida today to survey the hurricane damage from hike call, the devastation is still there. this president certainly puts all those folks and grief had his prayers. and makes sure that the whole of government approach begins with fema but doesn't end there. he and the first lady will join in that cause to spend the day there to see how we can help. brian: in your preffous life
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let me ask that part of your expertise now and bring it to abc poll. the question was would you lean towards a democrat or a republican for your candidate in your district 53% democrat. 42 percent said republican. for the midterms. go inside those numbers for me. >> well, other poll polls have showed a much tighter appellate. democrats have -- not religion strition in many places. candidate and campaigns matter as 2016. say you are leaning towards a candidate. bringing peace and prosperity republican senator who saw through the kavanaugh confirmation hearing around part part lear responsible of butting 36. one in search are a trump
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appointee and certainly two on the united states supreme court justice and kavanaugh. you may be rewarding that questions like this aren't biased but they are juiceless. they are just in a vacuum. this president is out there doing all he can as is the vice president and others for the 2018 elections. he will do what he did in 2016, run through the tame and leave it all through the field. >> he has been out there campaigning for the candidates. you have had a segment iferlier i was watching where they are talking about the 2020 elections. this president is talking busk 20178. of i know a of people who voted for this president the faith based community in one week the confirmation of brett kavanaugh and freedom of andrew brunson locked up almost two years ago.
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he has hills hand on the president and is he praying for our country. listen to this. ainsley: can we hear the prayer and we will get a comment from you kellyanne? >> please, please. ainsley: do we have that prayer? steve: we don't. >> it was very moving. ainsley: can i read what he said because i thought it was powerful. lord, god, i ask that you pour out your holy spirit on president trump give him supernatural wisdom to accomplish all the plans have you for this country. >> i felt the humility and humanity and the lack of bitterness of the pastor. and, of course, his deep appreciation. we are a grateful nation at this president's leadership, along with those in congress and certainly some in the private sector and as you say, ainsley, many of the faith leaders who never gave up and never gave in and knew that it would just be a matter of time. i think the patience and perseverance of pass tore brunson and of this president paid dingedz here again. the president has been
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unapologetically somebody who has made good on his comint to people of faith. to pro-lifers. to those who want a judiciary quawferlt men and william to again pick a or personal predilections or party san pressure. i had the privilege of attending a faith dinner with the it the and first led. >> religion two month ago at the white house. this is a president to enjoys being in the presence of so many leaders telling him what they are hearing among their congregation and he is telling them all the great accomplishments and let's be fair, also, to people of faith. yes, they care about life. they also care about israel. they care about peace and prosperity. they care about denuclearization. they certainly want our economy to be strong because with economic security, national security and visa versa they know that. steve: a busy week ahead at
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the u.s. white house. kellyanne conway thank you for joining us live. >> thank you have a great day. ainsley: you too. have a great day. brian: 28 days until midterm. it's a sprint. steve: georgia's candidate for governor says a blue wave is coming and illegals is part of it. >> made up of those who are told they are not worthy of being here. comprised of those who are documented and up documented. >> yes. steve: her republican opponent is going to join us live next. brian: shortest cameraman ever ♪ you don't belong ♪ we're not going to take it ♪ no ♪ we ain't going to take it ♪ we're not gonna take it because hey, tomorrow's coming up fast. nature's bounty. because you're better off healthy.
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african-american. [cheers] >> it's white, it's latino, asian pacific islander. it is made of up of those who have been told that they are not worthy of being here. >> yeah. >> it is comprised of those documented and undocumented. >> yes. steve: that was georgia candidate for governor stacey abrams. her republican candidate is here to react. georgia secretary of state and republican candidate for governor brian kemp joins us right now from atlanta. brian, good morning to you. >> hey, good morning, guys. steve: it's good to have you. what do you make of her saying the blue wave is comprised of and you heard the sound bite right there. but those who are documented and undocumented. what does that mean? >> well, it means she wants illegals to vote in georgia. this is a shocking development in the campaign while she was campaigning with elizabeth warren, she actually said this. her network of groups actually filed a lawsuit that says the same thing in the lawsuit. and, look, early voting starts in georgia today.
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i think hard-working georgians should decide who their governor is. not people here illegally like my opponent wants. steve: yeah, but yourselves. it's not legal if you are in the country illegally to vote, is it? >> no. absolutely. it's against the law and against the constitution which makes it even more shocking that she would say that but, when you file a lawsuit, she is trying to get a pick of a liberal judge that will just make a ruling to order. this that's what the lawsuit is asking. that's why this is so extreme and a rard position quite honestly for my opponent. not just her saying this but her groups that support her that she helped create that have filed a lawsuit and that's why we need hard-working georgians to know and urge them to get out and vote and let them decide who their governor is going to be. steve: mr. kempf, your opponent says you are trying to suppress the vote by holding up thousand of voter registration applications. what do you say to that? >> that's a smoke screen
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trying to hide her radical views. those folks that are on the pending list, all they have to do is go to the polls, show their photo id and they can vote. again, this is just a distraction from her view of her groups filing a lawsuit to get non-citizens to vote in the state of georgia. we're not going-to-a lou that we will have secure and safe elections in our state. they are not talking about the fact that we have more registered voters on our roles now than we ever have. she voted against online voter registration that i helped create that's improved our voter roles and has more people participating in the process. we are very proud of that. steve: he is running for governor as a republican down in the great state of georgia. brian kemp, thank you very much for joining us live. >> thanks for having me. steve: you betcha. meanwhile on this monday, just when you thought the lunancy from the left couldn't get any worse, here comes alec baldwin. >> we need to overthrow the
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government of the united states under donald trump. [cheers and applause] steve: here's the thing. that was not "saturday night live." that was sunday night. plus, jonathan turley and newt gingrich both here live. you are watching "fox & friends" on a very busy monday ♪ tractor hauling in bails ♪ backing in boats ♪ fishing line you want the best towing. all yours. or maybe you want best-in-class fuel economy. no problem. or how about brand spankn' new diesel? sure. you want fries with that? . .
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♪ >> i always used to say toughest people in manhattan are real estate guys. i say they're babies. >> who is the toughest? >> the political people. this is the most deceptive vicious world. brian: i don't think the president has ever been more confident he can do the job than he is today. >> one of the things kim asked for to east the sanctions. >> we haven't done that this isn't the obama administration. >> president trump and first lady melania heading to the florida panhandle in the wake of hurricane michael. >> they had an operator on the
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ground they had detected on social media. they knew he was on the ground in the philippines. the problem you have to rely a lot on locals. >> the anger among the democratic party is genuine. >> we need to overthrow the government of the united states under donald trump. ♪ brian: amazed that alec baldwin gets asked to go to new hampshire to be keynote speaker they have 30 democrats running for president of the united states but they pick an actor. steve: but he is president of the united states on "saturday night live." ainsley: he says in his commercials. i play one on tv. he can say i'm the president. i play one on tv. the president was interviewed yesterday on "60 minutes" last night. many of you watched it. my phone was blowing up asking whoo i thought about it.
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we want you to tell us what thousand about it. if you missed it here is the highlights. >> do you still think climate change is a hoax? >> i don't think it's a hoax. >> do you agrow vladmir putin is involved in sass assassinations or poisonings. >> probably he is. probably. >> probably? >> do you pledge you will not shut down the mueller investigation. >> i don't pledge anything. why should i pledge to you. if i pledge i will pledge. i don't have to pledge to you. >> what about north korea? i want to read you his resume', okay. he presides over a cruel kingdom of repression. gulags, starvation. this is the guy -- >> i know all these things. i'm not a baby. >> they have slapped some tariffs on our allies. this is hostile. >> it is not hostile. >> it sounds hostile. >> you know what is hostile? the way they treat us. >> have you made mistakes. >> everybody makes mistakes.
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>> what have been yours? >> i could have been earlier with terminating the nafta deal. >> what about the forced separation of children? what have you learned? >> i never knew how dishonest the media was. >> i will change the subject. >> you ask me a question about separation. >> yeah. >> when i say obama did it you don't want to talk about it. >> i will run your answer, but you did it four times. >> i'm just telling you treated he much differently on the subject. >> i disagree but i don't want to have that fight with you. >> that is okay. >> i want to change. >> that's okay. i'm president. you're not. steve: she was trying to set him up in little traps she would have to answer things. for the most part when you look at it he stuck to his talking points. donald trump talks like donald trump. those are the kinds of things he says at rallies and that is why people tune in to watch the rallies because you, he is not,
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he is not a conventional politician and he is a disruptor and he disrupted sick at this minutes. ainsley: he answered every question she asked. if she didn't like the answer she would press him on it over and over. for instance, when she was talking about north korea, do you trust the leader of north korea. you trust him. do you know what he has done? she goes through the litty. i'm not a baby. i know what he has done. if i told you right here do i trust him, would that be smart. brian: what has to do a deal with canada, mexico, it was part of the negotiations saying i don't need this deal. steven harper, former prime minister of conditioned today saying generally, generally understood that the u.s. got a much better deal than canada in the final deal. part of him playing this out. he is never going to say he is my buddy but it doesn't do him any good to vilify him at this point because they have a chance
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moving forward with knew nuke. meanwhile, i thought one thing is pretty clear, when you look at the panels on the sunday shows, when you see what's happening in actual events, 3.7 unemployment, outside the stock market, the solid economic gains, with kavanaugh's confirmation, with the release of the pastor, the president is feeling comfortable especially with additional people around him and some personnel changes. he let lesley stahl know that. >> a while to find his sea legs? >> i think so. i felt comfortable at the beginning other than it was a little surreal to say i'm the president of the united states. i believe that is true with everybody. >> potus. >> i very much feel like pole does i feel like the president. for a little while, the president sir, even my friend, now don't call me donald, they call me mr. president. will you loosen up. i learned on job.
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>> i feel comfortable yes,. steve: kellyanne conway joined us, loved interview. felt like the president was able to get his points out and encapsulated his performance this way. >> i call this entire media barrage by president trump, donald trump in full. it is part of why he got elected. contrast his interview this weekend the woman he beat this weekend, reminded again, read in 6342, why american people wanted him, a different type ofly. he didn't back down. he was respectful in the "60 minutes" interview. showed a great deal of sympathy for the saudi journal it. at same time he made clear he doesn't make pledges to the media, to the press, he mains pledges to the people. one was too come here to improve the economy. >> doesn't care what anyone thinks. what he think is best for our country and best for his voters. saw what happened with
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brett kavanaugh how the media, if they don't like your opinion, they can go after you and they can make your name just mud. this president he continues to be strong. it is tough to be a conservative right now when you have the mainstream media attacking everything you say. brian: different president when the mueller probe is over. they have gone underground for three weeks. i would love to see after 22 days, when they get this thing to fruition. when you can be governed by what you're doing, having your legitimacy questioned every day. steve: right. brian: this president, that is a constant burden. steve: we'll talk to jonathan turley in the next segment, how perhaps "the new york times" is trying to reignite the impeachment talk but he does not see an obstruction charge coming up. we asked you what you thought of the president on 60 minutes last night. lesley stahl tries to trip up trump and media. would ask obama his favor color or the name of his dog. ainsley: this is what jeff says.
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the dems, dishonest media are doing a really good job. inadvertent campaigning for president trump, his agenda, the republicans. brian: i will have to do it in a male voice. i hope media is getting idea, stop pushing this guy around because he pushes back. steve: indeed. two sick at this minutes credit they -- to "60 minutes" credit they left in his answer. we haven't seen the rough stuff. he was able to end every sound bite the way he wanted to end the sound bites which is critical. brian: we know early on it will be new hampshire, iowa, south carolina where all these democratic candidates will to running for president. steve: they're going now. brian: i thought it was strange that the new hampshire democratic party asked alec baldwin to be keynote speaker on sunday. listen to what he just ad-libbed. >> we need to overthrow the government of the united states under donald trump. [cheers and applause] without any violence or unlawful
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way but it must be overthrown nonetheless. let's make america great again by making donald trump a casino operator again. [cheers and applause] ainsley: that was a fund-raising dinner for the new hampshire democratic party. there was 800 people. he did that on saturday. did that yesterday. steve: live from new hampshire. ainsley: he was only on "saturday night live" for three episodes. they didn't think the president was going to win. steve: is it possibility alec baldwin is running for president. ainsley: he said he considered it. he would love to do that. the timing is not right. my wife told she will divorce me if we do this. brian: he said he would definitely win. dan bongino joined us earlier he went over if paul win was a good choice or not. >> i don't know who i'm more embarrassed for, alec baldwin, or you're right, democratic party up in new hampshire. you give him a platform and he
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does that? if i suggested that, and god forbid if i did that you guys would cut the feed rightfully so. how is there a lawful way to over throw the government? baldwin is deranged lunatic and. there is media elites like this lunatic, there is academia, there is the swamp rats and then there is the rest of us and donald trump is really tapped into that. steve: maybe he is talking about he would like to see a different government. so vote this one out. when you say overthrow, it gets people thinking, what is he talking about. ainsley: don't do it in a violent way. maybe if we give him the benefit of doubt maybe saying goes to polls and vote. you don't think that is what he is doing. brian: alec baldwin is funny, smart, talented. i thought that was an odd choice, yeah, biden and cory booker and all these other bigger names. ainsley: if it's a big actor, probably paying him to do it. steve: fill the house. ainsley: fill the house.
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steve: you're done? brian: no, watch. ainsley: we'll keep quiet. >> it is a toss. i'm giving you a subtle cue. getting yelled at. >> it is okay, thank you so much, brian, that was very sweet carley didn't want to cut me off. we have to get important update a convicted 9/11 terror as suspect has been freed by prison. he was taken from a german prison this morning. he will be deported to the native morocco. was convicted of accessory to murder and sentenced to 15 years in 2006 for helping al qaeda terrorists who organized the september 11th attack. he was given credit for time served, scheduled to be released next month. to another fox news alert here, any moment now saudi consulate in istanbul will be inspected two weeks after this columnist vanished.
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many people jamal khashoggi was detained and killed by a saudi team inside. president trump sent a stern warning if that is true. >> they denied every way you can imagine. there is something really terrible and disgusting about that if that were the case. we'll have to see. we're going to get to the bottom of it and there will be severe punishment. >> the white house is facing pressure from lawmakers to take action against saudi arabia who are vowing to retaliate if that happens. president trump and first lady melania heading to the florida panhandle in the wake of hurricane michael. 46 people still missing in mexico beach. this drone footage revealing a near total loss of property. just look at that. but one home still stands. the owner says it was built to withstand 250 mile-per-hour wind. a family spelling out help withing los outside of their home, a relative seeing it on a satellite map and calling
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rescuers. incredible. just five months after tying the knot meghan markle and prince harry are expecting their first child. the news breaking overnight. the duke and duchess of sussex will welcome the baby in 2019. the couple landed in australia over the weekend for the first royal tour with meghan holding, you see that two binders in front of her stomach, sending the royal baby rumor mill into overdrive. i hear she had 12 week doctor's appointment already and feeling okay. ainsley: twelve weeks? brian as been on pins and needles. >> what are the names going to be, boy or girl. ainsley: oliver. very royal. steve: meanwhile is president trump on a collision course with impeachment? it may be an eye catching "new york times" headline but jonathan turley says that couldn't be further from the truth. he is next. brian: what happens when a heavyweight boxing champ is on
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♪ steve: democratic candidates and lawmakers may have been strucked by party leaders to tone down calls for president trump's impeachment but "the new york times" appears to be re igniting the topic like that one. is trump on collision course with impeachment but as our next guest reveals in a new op-ed in "the hill," the special counsel may be backing away from obstruction charges all together. what is that about? jonathan turley, constitutional law professor at george washington university and join us now. you detailed three reasons why mueller may not be barking up the obstruction tree. >> i don't see any real evidence he is building an obstruction case. i've been a critic of that allegation for many years because this first does not fit any recognized definition of obstruction. the president is allowed to criticize this investigation. that's not obstruction. a classic obstruction case is
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interfering with the grand jury or more concrete acts. the other intriguing aspect of this is rosenstein. if the deputy attorney general was participating in an investigation of obstruction on the comey firing, he would have to recuse himself and he left that to mueller because he would be a key witness. the fact that he hasn't recused himself leaves two possibilities. either he and mueller are acting dramatically and unethically in this matter way outside the sort of ethical navigational beacons, or mueller has told him i don't really see an obstruction case here. if there is no obstruction, there is no conflict. steve: because rosenstein is mueller's boss. so you would think mueller -- you're suggesting mueller said, said, don't worry about it, we're not going down that road? >> the other alternative is really chilling there. is no ethical way i can see for mueller to investigate the
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firing of james comey and continue to report to rosenstein which controls the scope of the investigation. steve: your third point, mueller would be forcing the issue. >> these questions were not in the list of questions given to the white house. all those were on collusion. he could move for a subpoena. he might even win that fight but he hasn't. so he may be dumping all this in a report that may be damning but not a criminal case. steve: you see the mueller investigation going quiet until through the midterms? >> i do. i mean he is very close to midterms now. the justice department tries to stay away from making any decisions, any actions before an election and ironically that is what caused james comey to get into so much trouble before the 2016 election. steve: absolutely. you also say just firing james comey, not obstruction of justice? >> no. steve: that easy. jonathan turley, thank you very of. always a pleasure. >> thank you, steve.
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win his race for senate next month. former president george w. bush hitting campaign trail today. he is set to host a fund-raiser on behalf of republican candidate mike braun in indiana. he is challenging incumbent joe donnelly. brian: three weeks to the midterm, new poll finds democrats up in the so-called generic congressional ballot. steve: president trump singing a different tune quote, the crowds at my rally are bigger than ever before, including the 2016 election. never an empty seat in these large venues. many watching large screens inside. enthusiasm and spirit is through the roof. something big is happening, watch. here to weigh in, former speaker of the house and author of trump's america, newt gingrich. >> good morning. how are you guys doing? >> we're doing okay. the president tweeting something big is happen, watch. what is he talking about?
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>> i was just in seattle, dallas, des moines. my sense is that the kavanaugh fight galvanized conservatives and independents. reminded them how radical and how dishonest the democrats are. and also reminded the country that politics in the end is a team sport. that if a candidate like bredesen in tennessee is going to vote for schumer he is functionally a liberal. if sinema in arizona is voting for schumer she is functionally a liberal. people looked up and said oh, i get it two teams. there is the radical left team. there are people who want conservative judges. well, north dakota went 16 out of the 17 last elections for the republican presidential candidate. guess which kind of judge they want? so the kavanaugh thing i think was very galvanizing. i want to make a point to everybody that is watching because it is so absurd.
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"the washington post" poll, let's discuss hillary clinton's second year as president, okay? because that poll told us she was going to be president. the 538 people, election morning said the odds are 71% that hillary clinton is going to be president. charlie cook said the republicans are going to lose five to seven seats in the senate and lose control of the senate. these people were all wrong. i don't know how to say it clearer than that the very same people who were wrong are wrong. i don't know yet what is going to happen in the house. i think it's a hard-fought fight. in the senate i believe we will keep the senate. we will gain seats? the senate. senator mcconnell has done amazing job with judges and amazing job of recruiting and fund-raising. i think the senate basically in terms of control is over. schumer will be minority leader. mcconnell will be majority leader. you can argue whether we pick up two seats, three seats or five
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seats but we'll keep up senate. brian: on labor day the senate was in jeopardy. 538 nixed their credibility. they have had impressive shows in the past. 538 80% chance republicans hold the senate. 80% chance they lose the house? >> yeah. i think that 80% is too high. i think there is possibility the democrats will win the house. talking to people in washington state. i think we win the three critical races there. i talking to people in texas yesterday. it is very clear that the beto o'rourke mythology is disappearing. becoming as ted cruz said the other day, comrade beto, once again clear that texas will be a very, very republican debate. the governor had a wonderful debate. she is the right person the polling says we're pulling ahead in iowa. i think it will be hard fought. republicans will lose seats in
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the house. i'm not convinced they will lose the house. kevin mccarthy, majority leader new proposal, to fund the border, give us security from ms-13, give us security from fentanyl, and commitment to vote on that, for december, i think brings up the issue the democrats are most afraid of. they're for open border, they're for sanctuary cities. they're for abolishing i.c.e. those are all tremendously unpopular issues. and if that is what this is fought over the last few weeks, i think they may well lose any effort or opportunity to take control the house. ainsley: democrats are telling other democrats don't mention that when you go out on the campaign trail. don't mention you're for open borders. how much is it helping with the president, we see him out there at the rallies every night, campaigning for a republican in tight races, how much does that help? >> i think it helps enormously both because president trump actually turned out to be the best messenger we have. when you listen to him demolish the democrats government-run
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health plan or listen to him talk about the democrats desire for open borders, or difference in the economy. the trump economy is the lowest african-american unemployment in history, lowest latino unemployment in history. the democrats want to raise taxes, put people back on food stamps. nobody says that better than trump. he mobilizes the base. that is important. in an off year election, like this, in midterm election the bigger turnout on your side the better off you're going to be. brian: 76% according to abc poll, registered voters say they are certain to show up to vote. that might be all-time high. that would be great for the country if we get a good turnout on midterms. that is beneficiary of having passion on both sides. newt, thanks so much. ainsley: thank you. >> good to be with you. brian: that is newt gingrich. in last 30 minutes we have this, hillary clinton raising eyebrows with her answer to this question. >> in retrospect do you think bill should have resigned in the
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wake of the monica lewinsky scandal? brian: wait until you hear what she had to say. ainsley: i could read her lips. i know what she said. brian: don't tell anybody. ainsley: ahead of the midterms both democrats pulling out, pulling all the stops with political ads. we have the brand new dial coming up next. ...so you can seize the morning. new! zzzquil pure zzzs.
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>> the other day, ted cruz, tough as texas. i mean, come on. if somebody called my wife a dog and said my daddy was in on the kennedy assassination, i wouldn't be kissing their [bleep]. you stick a finger an drag their [bleep] out by the woodshed and kick their [bleep]. come on, ted. ainsley: come on, ted. with just 22 days until the
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midterms, democrats and republicans pulling out all the stops with political ads like that one, attacking senator ted cruz, what do voters think about all this? brian: lee carter, president and partner at maslinsky, pulled political ads from the tightest midterm races, put them to the dial test. >> fascinating times. not as divided as we think i took that. ainsley: what is your reaction from that one? >> it was supposed to be a spoof on the movie. i don't think anybody got that. brian: i still don't get it. can what movie? >> the guy is an actor. he. >> he is an actor. i forget the movie, it was supposed to be based on that? ainsley: what does the dial gave. >> democrats gave it a c. independents and republicans gave it a d. most people didn't know what to make of it. brian: i still don't. ainsley: diner segment. steve: next ad we take a look at from arizona. i have never seen dials this
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high. who is the ad about? >> this is about arizona representative martha mcsally. she is running for senate in jeff flake's response. really tight race. >> everyone remembers where they were on 9/11. i was deployed to the middle east, led airstrikes against the taliban, was the first woman to fly a fighter jet in combat. i know the price of freedom. while we were in harm's way in uniform, kyrsten sinema was protesting us in a pink tutu and denigrating our service. the world is a dangerous place. we need strong leaders who understand the threat and respect our troops. kyrsten sinema fails the test. steve: the dial showed? >> republicans democrats, independents agree on. overall gave it a a. i tested a whole bunch of ads. people said this is the favorite one. brian: not any exaggeration. ainsley: she fought for our
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country. fighter pilot, strong. >> and a woman. everybody across the board really felt like she was a strong candidate. interesting to watch the race. i know it is tight. i think she has broad-based appeal and could put this out. brian: her personal story is blowing up every day. tapes are emerging. how could this even be close is beyond me. steve: meanwhile, alexandria ocasio-cortez has an ad called, the courage to change. watch these dials. >> with the bronx and queens need is medicare for all, tuition-free public college, a federal jobs guarranty and criminal justice reform. we can do it now. it doesn't take 100 year to do this. it takes political courage. a new york for the many is possible. it's time for one of us. steve: here's the problem. independents and republicans gave her the same grade and it is not good. >> not good at all.
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democrats love this they gave it an a. independents and republicans gave it an f. what i thought was so interesting, when she mentioned medicare for all, there was a dip in the dials of independents and republicans this is big platform on the democrat side. it one does not win over independents. they will have to look at that going into the midterms. brian: joe manchin. ainsley: how they pay for it. brian: suddenly. joe manchin in virtual dead heat, wanted to separate himself from the republican. some of his issues are pro-republican. listen. >> that's me. treating the cap-and-trade bill, because it was bad for west virginia. hey, i haven't changed. i might be a few years older but i still take on anyone that messes with west virginia. now the threat is patrick morrissey's lawsuit, to take away health care from people with preexisting conditions. he is just dead wrong. and that ain't going to happen. i'm joe manchin. and i approved this message because for me, it is all about
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we virginia. brian: saying he is pro-gun. he was anti-obamacare. you know what, the preexisting conditions is hot button for democrats. they're running on it. >> it is working. overall republicans independents, gave this a d minus, even though he ran on preexisting condition. people said he is rising above political party and appeals to all people. steve: he voted for judge kavanaugh which helps him in west virginia. lee carter, excellent job. ainsley: lee, right behind you is carley shimkus she has headlines for you. >> those campaign ads are fascinating. speaking of elections somebody ran for president hillary clinton championed "me too" movement, she is standing by her husband after the former president resign after his affair with monica lewinsky. >> absolutely not. >> it wasn't abuse of power? >> no. no. >> there are people who look at the incidents of '90s, say a president of the united states
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cannot have a consensual relationship with an intern. the power imbalance. >> who was an adult. >> interesting stuff. in the came interview clinton denied playing a role criticizing women who accused bill clinton of sexual misconduct. look at this. a plane suddenly crashes into a home in arizona. the single-engine plane nearly missing a man inside when it came crashing into his bedroom. >> i said what in the hell was that? and that is when the window, it blew out. when i got up and walked outside. the neighbors start coming around, look at the hole in your roof. >> i would say that is the appropriate reaction there. the pie who has not been identified dying in the crash on the way to an airport 90 miles from phoenix. officials are investigating. if you have a fire of snakes avert your eyes. a giant python falls from a
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ceiling inside of a chinese bank right into a crowd of workers. stop what you're doing and watch this. surveillance video showing the reptile dropping down from above and slithering away. oh, my gosh that snake could have hurt somebody. breaking up their meeting. staff fleeing in all directions to escape the snake. police and wildlife experts rescuing the reptile to a nearby center. boxer dont wilder apologizing for delivering this knockout blow. >> ah. >> yikes! the undefeated heavyweight champ delivering a powerful right hand to a mascot on spanish language espn show. the performer was not injured. thankfully wilder insited the victim to his december title fight. come on. everybody knows you can't punch the mascot. >> unwritten rule. brian: they can't punch back.
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those hands get in the way. ainsley: was he trying to be funny. >> maybe so. didn't know how much power he had. steve: janice dean with a lot of power outside. she has the foxcast. >> my gosh on a monday, can you believe it. thanks for coming. what is your favorite tv show in the morning? >> "fox & friends." janice: are you in agreement? yes we are. it's a rainy day in new york, but didn't stop these amazing people to come see us on 48th and 6th. look at the cold front. we had our first measurable snow in parts of kansas. 30 to 40 degrees below average. look at that snow, my friends. winter is coming across the central u.s. that will continue to move across portions of the great likes and we're actually feeling some cooler temperatures here in new york later on this week. give me your best wave to folks at home. look at these beautiful people! the crowds are getting bigger and bigger every day for
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"fox & friends." how do we keep warm? we all hug each other, right? big group hug. that is what i love. what i live for. yes, yes, yes. steve: there is a lot of love on fox square. ainsley: there is. steve:j. d, thank you. should race be a factor in college admissions. harvard is going to court today over that. it could change the face of higher education as we know it. what you need to know is coming up next. ainsley: a lot of u.s. knave burial flag is finally on its way home. the navy veteran finding it, cleaning out a storage business that went under. he is joining us along with a very grateful video of the hero it belonged to. ♪ delicious 100% real chocolate
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♪ steve: today harvard university goes on trial in one of the most consequential cases yet. ainsley: here's the deal. asian-american students, they failed to get in. they're accusing the university of racially discriminating them and the outcome is likely to affect affirmative action policies in colleges all across the country steve steve here with reaction, manhattan institute heather mcdonald, author of the new book, the diversity illusion. you're the perfect person to talk about this. how race and pandering under mine the culture in college. what is at stake here? >> what is at stake, colorblindness, we treat people as individuals rather than groups. what is at stake the poisonous tribalism colleges are spreading into the world at large that is tearing this society apart. harvard like every other college requires asians to meet a much higher standard of academic
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qualifications to get in and admits blacks and hispanic students with much lower qualifications. on the assumption that somehow race is the most important thing about you. they say for diversity we need to have racial preferences. you can't predict what i think because i'm white. i'm not going to predict what you think because you're black. steve: that is affirmative action, isn't it? >> absolutely. it is the essence of it. here is the problem, steve. not only is this grotesquely fair, unfair to asians, it also, the source of so much racial division on campuses because, students who were admitted with much lower qualifications which is the case for most blacks and hispanics today, they struggle academically. and -- steve: once they get into harvard? >> once they get into any school for which they have been admitted with less qualifications than their peers. this is true for mit. admitted me under gender quota,
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admitted me with 650s on s.a.t., i would fail freshman calculus. the reason you're not keeping up, the reason you feel uncomfortable is because of racism. it teaches them to see racism where none exists. they carry that into the real world and the divisions continue. ainsley: not survival of the fittest, not strongest man wins, affirmative action wants it to look like what america looks like, right? percentage of white, percentage of hispanics, message of blacks, percentage of asian-americans, if you look at statistics in the united states, 6% asian-americans. but harvard allows 22% asian-americans to come, to be a part of, part of their students. so they might say, well we're actually accepting many more than what america looks like? >> well, schools, there are very few schools that don't have racial preferences. caltech is one.
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stuyvesant high school is another. asians are 40, 45% based on test scores. if you look attest scores, asians are whipping everybody's ass why? because they have a culture. rest of us should be studying as hard as they do. ainsley: culturally they study so much more? >> yes. they give up television. they say, we have to be, we have to beat every other asian. they don't have to beat everybody else because they're already on high but their parents stress academic achievement from the very moment they're conscious. steve: why they are suing harvard. heather macdonald, her new book, the diversity illusion. thank you very much. ainsley: a lot of u.s. navy burial flag is on its way home. a veteran find it in a storage business that was going under. she finds it along with the grateful widow of one of our american heroes. steve: bill hemmer with preview of coming attractions.
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>> i was listening. the good morning the president and fir lady about to leave the white house. there should be comments on their way to check out the devastation from hurricane michael. this on the heels of that "60 minutes" interview giving us so much material today. we're going to get to all of it. on north korea, columnist from saudi arabia, we'll see you in ten minutes, the kickoff. a brand new week top of the hour. you keep doing you. we'll take care of medicare part d. by helping you save up to five dollars on each prescription, and with free one-on-one pharmacy support, we've filled over 2 billion prescriptions and counting. stop by walgreens and save today. walgreens. trusted since 1901.
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♪ brian: got a lot of u.s. navy burial flag. it finally found its way home. a navy veteran finding it while cleaning out a storage business in colorado. our denver fox affiliate helping him track down the veteran's widow. ainsley: that is so nice of him. her husband, he was chief petty officer larry rogers. he served our great country in
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the navy for 25 years. hi widow, christine rogers and peel m. ilican, am i proannouncing that right. how do you say your last name? >> mikilan. ainsley: sorry about that you cleaned out the navy storage unit, you found at flag, and what did you do with it. >> i immediately realized what it was. i quickly realized it was a navy chief petty officer, decided i needed to find out who it belonged to. brian: how did your affiliate in denver help you? >> well we did, we did, i did my own searches and turned up very little or nothing. so i called kdvr, fox 31, within a day we were able to find christine. ainsley: christine, you know, when i read about the story, i thought how did she, why didn't she want all of her things in
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the storage unit, why wasn't she cleaning this out. what is the answer to that? >> well, i'm a traveling nurse. i work through the va. so i travel across the country for them. and about 3 1/2 years ago i went on the road for them. and pit all of my belongings in storage in colorado. i paid that bill faithfully every single month. and i got a call at the end of august, telling me i have less than a week to get everything out of the storage in denver because the owner of the storage company had, i guess criminal charges against him. lost his license. i'm not exactly sure. brian: how do you feel now today, how do you feel now today about this. >> i'm still devastated the fact i lost everything because, i was able to get ahold of the owner and have him ship belongings to me very quickly. but when i got my belongings here, they were only 1/3 of my
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things. everything had been stolen i was told. brian: christine, pete, thanks so much. ainsley: glad you're getting the flag back. thank you so much, pete. managing my type 2 diabetes wasn't my top priority.
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>> we talk about patriotic in bookstores. >> bill: breaking news fra the white house. president trump and the first lady about to leave the white house to assess the catastrophic damage in florida and georgia. all this as a diplomatic matter intensifies between the u.s., saudi arabia and turkey over the missing columnist. hope you had a great weekend. we're back in the saddle in new york. i'm bill hemmer, sandra has the day off. how are you doing, heather? >> great to be here with you. the president and his wife will be taking off for florida and georgia any moment now. as president trump reveals he has just spoken with king

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