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[national anthem] ♪ ♪ >> this is a fox news alert. the fbi says they got their man. cesar sayoc of florida. >> these terrorist actions must be prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law. >> today's arrest is a testament to the strength of our partnerships and what we can do when we all work together. >> president trump mulling an executive order to bar entry of all migrants at the u.s.-mexico border. >> let me be clear, walls work. that's not my opinion. it's not a tag line. it's not a political statement. it's a fact. >> each of you is taking part in the young, black leadership summit because you are true leaders on your
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campus, in your chunks, and in your communities. you are leaders. >> young people talking to the president, seeing the president for the first time, they are inspired. >> flies one in the air to left center back at the wall. it is gone!
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239 hitter. we wilwe will talk more about t. new details about the man accused of sending more than a dozen suspicious packages to prominent democrats. pete: behind bars facing up to 48 years in prison and learning more about his long criminal past. rachel: todd piro live with more on how authorities -- todd: law officials continue to warn we are not out of the woods yet as there could be more dangerous packages in the mail yet to be delivered. but, they say they did get the attempted alleged bomber. he is cesar sayoc, multiple agencies working together used d.n.a. a fingerprint and pings from a cell phone tower to hunt him down, nabbing him at
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auto parts store parking lot in south florida. the key break in the case came on thursday when investigators traced five packages to a mail processing center outside miami. >> each device consisted of roughly six inches of pvc pipe, a small clock, a battery, some wiring and what is known as ennet jet particular material, which is essentially potential explosives that we're still analyzing the devices in our laboratory, these are not hoax devices. >> in 2002 sayoc was threatening to bomb a utility company saying it would be worse than september 11th. in 2014 he admitted in a deposition that he was arrested for calling in a bomb threat. and in 2015 sayoc was arrested and later convicted of theft. the 56-year-old will be in court on monday. guys, back to you. rachel: thank you, todd. >> yeah. we are learning more details about what this guy intentions were. how many bombs there were.
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this guy is clearly a lunatic. rachel: his cousin actually said he was on steroids for a long time. his brain has melted. that he has always been volatile. we know that he actually attempted or had some bomb threats back in 2002. so we know he is crazy. >> he had a long criminal rap sheet as you say. his fingerprints were in this fbi national data base and that's how he largely got caught. the president is hearing people on the left immediately attacking him saying that this man, this suspect was living out of a van, had his maga hat. had these bumper stickers on there pro-trump, anti-cnn and the rest. the president is saying let's focus on what a great job the law enforcement did catching him in a matter of days rather than focusing on what the media wants you to focus on. >> as you know the suspect has been captured. great job. this is finding truly a needle in the haystack when you think about it. political violence must
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never ever be allowed in america, and i will do everything in my power to stop it. everyone will benefit if we can end the politics of personal destruction. [cheers] we must unify as a nation in peace, love and in harmony. the media's constant unfair coverage, deep hostility only serve to drive people apart and undermine healthy debate. pete: point he has driven home and others should as well tough speech doesn't mean you advocate violence. i have said time and time again, i will call out the media, the media is unfair, i will continue to call them out. that doesn't mean i have ever advocated that someone do something like this. just like conservatives don't say well bernie sanders is to blame for the fact that steve scalise was shot. that's just knot the case. ed: "new york times" did a whole piece on robert deniro one of the targets of the
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bomber. he is a punk, is he a dog, is he a pig, he is a con. he used the f word. you saw that at the tony awards. my point is you hear people on the left basically saying the president has brought the rhetoric to a new low all he does is attack people. look at what deniro and joe biden and go back to 2012 when he was saying that mitt romney was going to put people back in chains. is that elevating the debate? is that civility? rachel: take a look at montage here of what the media is saying about trump right now attacking him over this bomb square. scare. >> you can debate and investigate the influence this kind of material and rhetoric had on him. that said, there is a clear match here. a lot of the faces on that truck were faces that he targeted. it struck me the similarity in some ways, at least the parallels to lone wolf terrorist actors, ice tis folks. >> is he a terrorist sympathizer. >> he spends most of his time at his rallies throwing
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verbal bombs at all the people that receive these bombs in the mail. >> thank god all of the bombs were either faulty or didn't go off, but this is an attempt to fascinate almost a dozen political leaders in this country. we want to pat him on the back for reading a teleprompter? >> not to read a point, comparison between bernie sanders and steve scalise. before steve scalise was shot on may 7th,- ed: 2017. pete: if a bill passed and became law obama repeal bill thousands of americans will die. i will repeat bernie sanders not responsible for that shooting just like president trump isn't for this one. yet, time and time again point back to him saying this is a special and unique thing. they also obsess over the political affiliation of this idiot as opposed to the political affiliation of others who have targeted others. rachel: in connection with bernie sanders if you want to draw parallels and connections, this is
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somebody who worked for bernie sanders, was a volunteer for bernie sanders versus somebody who we know is clearly a lunatic. i would say that this is not just an attack on donald trump, that the media is that you can see from montage, this is an attack, continuation of an attack on his supporters, sexist, misoggist, terrorist sympathizers. pete: they're violent. rachel: what's interesting to me as a mom i'm afraid when my kids want to wear a maga hat out in public go to the airport. maybe you shouldn't wear that maga hat. something should happen. does anyone ever feel that way when they wear a hope change t-shirt? i don't think so. ed: connect the dots and blame the president for what this lone person did, ridiculous. i think the president also at that rally saying we want peace, love, harmony and then in the next sentence starts attacking the media again. he could probably find a little better line there. pete: media could probably find some better lines too.
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there is another topic we are following closely. president trump sending 800 troops to the southern border to stop the migrant caravan. rachel: thousands continuing their march ignoring the president's warning to turn around. ed: griff jenkins who is now basically our man on the border. he is traveling with the caravan in arriaga, americans co-and joins you live. good morning, griff. >> yes. we are here in arriaga 177 miles of the guatemala border. continuing their march north. they are aware of president trump trying to make it harder for them to get across the border. the big news here, the president pi pin net stay here and register in the southern states we will give you temporary employment, healthcare and even some schooling. most of the migrants here, according toes pueblo group leading this march saying no, we are rejecting that we want a better deal. going to ultimately take
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this caravan to mexico city. which is a first we have ever seen to protest their treatment and also ask for a better deal. here in arriaga, you can see many of the migrants leaving early this morning. quite a bit of debris of trash. i want to bring, in come here for one second, i met marcos one of these traveling. he speaks english. very unique. how are you doing. >> i'm doing fine. yourself how are you doing today? griff: marcos is from el salvador. what do you think of the offer the president is putting on the table to you? will you stop your march first? >> we don't really want to have what pin he is offering us. want aid. some walking for maybe 15 days already. we just want something better. not just that. griff: marcos, have you been in the u.s. before. >> yeah, i used to live in
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california in maryland. griff: a better deal. you are not going to stop your march? >> no. i just make it until i get into the united states. griff: lastly, if you can't get asylum, will you attempt to cross illegally? >> i try, if i can. definitely i do it. griff: thank you for talking to us. >> you are welcome. griff: this group going forward, not taking the deal that the president is offering because they want to get back in the case of marcos. he knows what the u.s. offers and going to do whatever it takes to try to get across there. ed: young man right there if i can't get in legally i will try to get in illegally. he is saying it flat out. he is also saying he wants to get asylum. specific definition for that you can't just say i want asylum. you have to go through a process. it's not guaranteed. rachel: and being economically disadvantaged and wanting a better life doesn't meet the criteria. pete: president said we have millions and millions of people in line right now sometimes waiting 10 years
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to come here legally. you can't just let people walk across the border. it's an affront to the rule of law and the people doing it the right way. ed: there is a second caravan starting up. multiple caravans coming. rachel: where will it end? turn to headlines now. the man accused of threatening to put a bullet in president trump's head pleads not guilty. sean christie going on a profanity laced tirade on police and laughing during his pennsylvania hearing. the judge calling him a danger to the community. caught last month on the run across six states after making the threat? july. he faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted. the reward to bring a missing wisconsin teen home doubles to $50,000. authorities continuing the desperate search for jamie kloss missing since last monday. she vanished after a mysterious 911 call parents shot dead in. they believe jamie is alive but in more danger every day she is gone. more than a thousand tips
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have turned up. very, very sad story. very close to where i live by the way. ed: very scare j you missed the longest game as we mentioned in world series history after seven hours and 20 minutes. l.a. dodgers sending existing fans home with a smile. >> muncie flies one in the air to left center. back at the wall. it is gone! it's over. ed: max muncie hitting a walk-off homer bottom of the 18th. dodgers beat the red sox. lead two games to one. game four tonight. mary hart was behind home plate trying to distract the red sox pitcher. i will find those pictures. it was hilarious. pete: i can't make it to the ninth inning let alone the 18th. the suspect who sent those suspicious packages. michael says the media is just focusing on a narrative. that's next.
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smarter business tools for the world's hardest workers. quickbooks. backing you. >> he spends most of his times at his rallies throwing verbal bombs at all the people who receive these bombs in the mail. >> this is an attempt to assassinate a dozen in this country we want to give him a pat on the back for reading a teleprompter. >> one may have emerged. ed: not a shock the media is playing the game will game. florida suspect arrested for mailing those across the country: michael knowles, good to have you here on set, this is a very serious story. we cannot minimize. i know these bombs did not go off. it still terrorized people. the idea the democrats are
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immediately saying they don't like the president's rhetoric, somehow he has incited is one of the words they have used he has incited violence. >> they were blaming him before they caught the guy and saw any motivation. cnn was referring to the trump targets as though president trump were mailing these packages himself. this is the double standard. when a bernie bro shoots up a congressional baseball game they don't talk about the sanders' shooter when someone targets democrats it's president trump fault. when a left wing lunatic commits an act of violence it's considered a aberration. when right wing lunatic does it it's representative of the whole group. ed: i noticed a story on "new york times".com last night saying before he was a suspect, they said this guy, the suspect say sacesar trump f. i don't remember a whole series of stories saying that the shooter, you know, the shooter who ultimately
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died himself was a bernie bro as you say or was a bernie super fan. people just separated it out and said, you know, he was a crazy bernie sanders fan but they didn't blame bernie sanders. >> that's right. he volunteered for the campaign. when it comes to trump either way it happens whether it's violence on the left or right they blame trump. when it's on the left they blame him for inciting it and when it's left wingers attacking right wring wingers they blame him for provoking it like he had it coming. the only thing we can focus here, i think, the only tangible is how the leaders respond. when the mainstream media is committing mob violence in the left. they encouraged it all the way up to hillary clinton. when it's the right? what does president trump do he says in the harshest terms we will prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law. ed: as soon as these bombs and several days ago hillary clinton said in the event we have to bring civility back to this debate after a week or so she said we should not be civil. that's what she said only a
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week or two ago let's not be civil because we don't like donald trump. >> being a left winger means never having to say you are sorry. especially true of the clintons. trying to flip their rhetoric after weeks and weeks of calling for explicit violence from the mainstream of their supporters, restaurants where republicans, children sleep. certainly this isn't on the right. i think they will acknowledge. ed: maxine waters is saying in the last 24 hours that the president is encouraging violence. isn't she the person who said the cabinet secretary shouldn't be able to sleep and have a meal in a restaurant? again, they are being hypocritical. >> that's exactly right. the media have been spinning this narrative since long before they identified this guy. he clearly was a loner. he has a long criminal history. is he a total lunatic. we acknowledge that but what the left has to grapple with is the mainstream of their supporters going out in the street. ed: we called out that hypocrisy. on the other hand, doesn't the president, as the president of the united states, have an opportunity here to try and elevate the base?
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okay, you guys have called me a nazi and racist and i'm not happy about it shouldn't be happy about it does he need a sentence after saying let's all come together, does he really have to go after fake news in the next sentence? >> he has to challenge this media narrative that's been building for a long time. nixon can go to china, president trump -- the king of this rhetoric can say we are going to be better than this, we are going to show the way and lead the way. i think he is already doing that we can't unilaterally disarm on the media. ed: can go to china trump can go to fake news. >> nice to see you, h ed. ed: when police reach for a weapon they have already gone too far. a sheriff in south florida says andrew gillum has no clue what it takes to keep floridians safe. >> border wall project unveiled. isn't this what is needed to protect our border? we will discuss. show you the big plaque that has his name just ahead. place, the xfinity xfi gateway.
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simple. easy. awesome. click or visit a retail store today. ed: quick headlines, pete hegseth version. former democratic leader in texas is accused of fund go ahead a voter fraud ring. stuart clague paid these four women to target elderly voters in 2016 and generate loads of mail ballots which were used to vote for democrats. they all face now dozens of felonies. legal voting under fire in texas well. voter statewide reporting in electronic machines are changing their straight party votes. election officials warn choosing their party's candidates too quickly can switch votes to the other side urging them to just select each candidate individually. pete? pete: that's not good. thanks, ed, appreciate it florida democratic gubernatorial candidate andrew gillum sparking
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backlash after saying this. listen to this about our nation's law enforcement. >> law enforcement society cannot work and quite frankly law enforcement can't do its job if it does not have a trusting relationship with the community. at the time that a law enforcement official has to go to a weapon, to a gun, to a baton, to a taser, then they have already have to go too far by their very presence. rachel: here to react is sheriff wayne ivy. welcome. >> thank you for having me this morning. rachel: you got it. so, the candidate for governor comes from the city of tallahassee. first of all, can you tell us what the crime rate in tallahassee should tell you about how he plans to feed the state of florida? >> the crime rate for tallahassee speaks for itself. it's one of the worse in the state of florida. the murder rate is the most concerning thing when they have had highest murder rate in history in the city there
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you can see what the crime rate and murder rate has done. that's not what we want for the state of florida. pete: speak to the mentality of somebody who wants to be the representative of the state. he says they have gone too far by their very presence a taser or baton what's the mentality of somebody who speaks that way. >> andrew gillum has no idea what it takes to serve as a law enforcement officer. as such his comments about law enforcement officers and those who wear our badge they are a disgrace, they are disgusting. the men and women of law enforcement put their lives on the line every day to protect themselves, our citizens. and for him to say that if they go and take a tool off their belt to protect themselves or one of our community, they have gone too far. i personally think it's him going too far with his anti-cop rhetoric and anti-cop mentality. you don't have to look too far to see where that's gotten the people in tallahassee and certainly where it would bleed over in the state. rachel: you know so many people in law enforcement, obviously.
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what are their reaction to these kind of comments. how does it effect their morale and what is going to happen if he is elected? he is leading in the polls. >> it's appalling to any real law enforcement officers to know that he has that kind of mentality. i think the thing you have to look at the most is that type of anti-cop rhetoric puts our law enforcement officers at risk. they are also doing a very extremely dangerous job and now we are going to make comments like that and put them at even greater risk. anybody that's a true professional law enforcement officer is appalled by his actions and quite frankly are getting to the polls to make sure he doesn't get to sit in the capitol in the state of florida. pete: have you endorsed ron desantis his opponent. what would he do differentiately. >> ron understands i have to protect the citizens, the cops and our constitution. he has done that history has a great track record. can you look at the history of ron desantis. he has served our country and served in the criminal justice field and he is
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ready to serve our state and make sure that we continue on the path we are on. our crime rate in the state of florida, everywhere except tallahassee is at all-time low. yet, andrew gillum wants to run our state and quite frankly run it in the ground when it comes to the crime rate. pete: sheriff wayne ivy thank you for your time. we reached out of to gillum for a statement did. not hear back it will be interesting whether florida wants someone who is talking positively about socialism but not so positively about the police. we will see sheriff wayne ivy thank you so much for your time. rachel: thank you for joining us. >> thank you. pete: migrant caravan we have been talking about pushing closer to the u.s. what actually happens to the thousands of people once they actually get to our border? former acting ice director thomas homan breaks it down next. rachel: president trump welcoming hundreds of young leaders. >> one day could be. one of you could be
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>> caravan organized by leftist organizations in honduras have made its way through guatemala now thousands of people trying to come up the thousand mile journey through mexico for the purpose of violating our laws and coming into this country illegally just unacceptable. ed: there is the vice president of course mike pence in an exclusive one-on-one with our own
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peter doocy out on the campaign trail. let's bring in thomas homan the former acting ice director. now a fox news contributor. good morning, sir. >> good morning. ed: react to what the vice president is saying at a time when many on the left are saying why are we not letting these folks in? why is the president being so mean? >> the president isn't being mean. the president wants us to enforce the laws of this country. the president has asked congress to close the loopholes that cause these people to come to this country illegally. here is the fact. once incredible fear 8 out of 10 will lose their case because they are presenting fraud electricity claims. they will get ordered removed and they don't leave. that message gets back to central america, look, go up there, say a few phrases, take a step into the united states and you are home free. and until we fix these loopholes in the immigration system, they are going to keep coming. thank god we have a president that takes border security and law enforcement seriously and he is going to do everything can he to secure this border. rachel: what will happen
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when these people reach our border? you know, he says he is going to send the military. what will the military do at that point? >> the military is going to support the border patrol. they are not going to perform law enforcement duties i don't believe. they are going to handle the backs of border patrol. they are going to handle the radars. they are going to look at the scopes and going to do intelligence. they are going to provide equipment and logistics for the border patrol. when they do that that releases the men and women of the border patrol who are currently doing those jobs to get on the line and enforce the immigration laws and secure our border. pete: if the answer, director, just to push back a little bit is the military deploying trips, i have heard from folks been down there directly. these national guard troops can't even use binoculars and range finders. most of them don't carry weapons. they don't do apprehensions a lot of them feel like they are being under utilized. how much of an answer is deploying the military to the border if their hands are tied? >> look, i have talked to the trophy down there, and i have talked to, look, the
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national union president. they all support the military being down there because the military's presence allows border patrol agents to stand on that front line rather than doing the logistics that the military is currently doing. so, it equals more manpower on the border. it will equal more border patrol agents standing on the line. that just makes sense. rachel: rach is what we really need a law? here is what secretary kirstjen nielsen said yesterday. take a look. >> walls work. that's not my opinion. it's not a tag line. it's not a political statement. it's a fact. looking at this, i would not attempt to climb it this is the wall system that we are requesting congress to fund. >> she is absolutely correct. i mean, every place they built a wall or barrier, it had a direct impact on illegal immigration. it has proved effective 100 percent of the time. i have said many times i can't believe congress isn't supporting more of a wall sees ago though it is
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100 percent effective. when i was in san diego. we arrested over 1,000 aliens tonight through the soccer fields. as soon as we built a border wall it went down significantly, whether it's huma or san diego or el paso, every place they build a border barrier it had immediate impact on illegal immigration. ed: the caravan is not at the u.s. border and not each close to it. it still has many miles to go. many on the left dismissing it, this is the president trying to win politically in the midterms it's not a serious issue. i hear last night there are reports of a second caravan that may be forming. laura ingraham had some guests on her program saying there could soon be multiple caravans heading toward the u.s. i don't want to be alarmist about it, but are there people in this country who seem to have blinders on about the problem? >> it's not blinders, it's a lot of it is ignorance. they don't want to tell the
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truth. i read an article that nancy pelosi said the president has failed on immigration that's why the caravan is coming i put the paper down and sick to my stomach. nothing further from the truth. if anybody has failed immigration it's nancy pelosi and her band of merry men. the president has done everything can he to secure our border and protect america. is he going to keep doing and see something come out this week that he is going to think out of the box and try to stop this caravan. the bottom line is, the person people can sleep at night knowing we have a president who is going to do everything he can to protect this country and secure the border. i have met with this many times. i know the way he thinks, and, you know, i will say it again. americans go to sleep at night knowing they have a president who is going to protect this country and do everything he can the people who failed immigration is the democrats. when they support abolishes ice. people like nancy pelosi force sanctuary cities give i will eagle aliens safe harbor. when they don't support a wall to keep illegal aliens out but support sanctuary cities to keep them in.
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they have failed at immigration. they have failed the american people on defending this country and defending america. pete: director tom homan thank you for your time. you mentioned an extraordinary step. we will be looking out for what that may be thank you for coming in. >> thank you. rachel: we will get to headlines right now. tesla under fbi investigation over possibly misleading investors about what was supposed to be a mass produced electric car. the "wall street journal" reports tesla may have lied about production speed of their model 3 car. last year ceo elon musk said 20,000 of them could be made in a month. only 2700 were made in 2017. michael avenatti facing a second criminal investigation for potentially lying to congress about justice kavanaugh in a sworn statement avenatti told lawmakers an unnamed woman saw kavanaugh spike drinks at high school party. and that her claims backed up ones made by julie swetnick. the woman later told nbc
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news she never saw it happen. chuck grassley says avenatti's statement appears to be outright fraud. is he asking the doj to investigate both stories. president trump praising conservatives while hosting the young black leadership summit at the white house one of you is going to be standing, could be three or four of you, actually. but you are going to be standing right here. [cheers and applause] >> you are going to be standing right here. i have no doubt. rachel: the crowd cheering for the president as he touted the low unemployment rate for young black americans efforts on prison reform and his relationship with kanye west. candace ongsz who was at the summit will join us in the 8:00 hour that should be a great interview. we are looking to place a bet on who wins the house in the midterms. smart money could be on republicans. the sports betting site my bookie gives the g.o.p. better odds of keeping the house. a bet on republicans would give a bigger payout than democrats. the site also predicts
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republicans will flip senate seats in missouri and ohio. ed: upset people if there is not a blue wave. rick, what's up? rick: rick. ed: welcome back. you had time off we missed you. rick: i didn't miss you as much. now that i'm back with you i realized how much i missed you. [laughter] pretty much only one weather story going on right now and that's one right here a nor'easter because of kind of the wind direction that comes with this. coastal storm here rain with the most part with this. not a snow storm which a lot of people think nor'easter thinks snow. a little bit of snow falling across areas of far northern new england. temperatures not that bad. certainly along the coast
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another little shot of rain by the time we get towards monday and that's from an additional system, little clipper system that's going to drop out of canada. you see this little bit of snow eventually accumulates mostly across higher elevations about 1500 feet elevation. winds wise it's not going to be that bad. by this afternoon do expect to see some breezy conditions. could cause a few delays across some of the airports here right along the coast. maybe coastal flooding problems. temperaturewise, take a look at this across the central plains, how is that? 70's almost in november here and got 70s going on. not bad, guys? pete: not bad at all. ed: we missed you? rachel: i missed you, rick. ed: new jersey's jay webber ran for office. he expected to face criticism but not to have his seven kids threatened. he joins us next hour to explain. what an awful story. rachel: it is an awful story. what do wisconsin voters care about most?
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i asked my hometown crowd at president trump's rally earlier this week. that's next. that was a fun time, guys. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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ed: good morning again, quick headlines, mike toy son is making a tv show about his new life as a marijuana grower. the comedy called rolling with the punches will be loosely based on tyson's life, according to page 6 on the ne"the new york post." is he looking for an outlet to pick it up. you know how you can have a rough morning after a night out? >> [groaning] >> where are we? >> turns out alcohol can help you forget those bad times. brown university researchers
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say alcohol targets a gene that creates memory. they find the more you drink the more your brain focuses on good memories. pete: damn right. ed: researchers hope it will need to new treatment for addiction. serious topic. pete: that's why i think happy thoughts all the time. ed: meanwhile the president rallying supporters this week just ahead of the midterms. >> this will be the election of the caravan, kavanaugh, law and order, tax cuts and common sense. that's what it is, common section. pete: rachel attended the rally in her home town to see what the people of wisconsin though say. rachel: it was awesome. it so was so exciting. the place was abuse for two or three days before he came. part-time were talking about he is coming and we are getting tickets. let me show you because i talk to people in the crowd. i want to show you what they have to say. take a look.
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rachel: what's the number one issue for you are right now. >> the caravan. >> we're miles and miles away from the border. >> >> illegal immigration is really going to start tearing this country apart. it already has. it's infuriating. it's not immigration. it's not refugee he is, it's an invasion. >> you are latina tell me what you think of the caravan. >> 40's see out so many people in desperation, needs to be done legally and orderly fashion. we have to protect our borders. rachel: where are you from originally. >> south america peru. i'm a legal immigrant. i care from the border. we need to hear from the president. rachel: what kind of grade do you give the president on the economy. >> on the economy an a for sure. >> how has your business improved or changed since president trump was elected. >> it's improved dramatically. i have seen at love regulations. everything destroy the individual that's what i see president trump doing is helping the individual. >> i have owned a small
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business for nine years now. with the new president in here my business has been doing amazing. i contribute that to the walker and also to the president of the united states. >> i believe he has done an excellent job in bringing back manufacturing jobs, me personally. i have been in manufacturing all my life. >> i'm a small business owner. i care about the economy. people are able to spend more money you spend more money, what happens? every business in the community benefits from it. pete: our folks more fired up today than election day about this president? rachel: absolutely. it's hard to understand unless you live in wisconsin and especially in the area where i live a big manufacturing area how it has transformed economically. this is a manufacturing renaissance. a blue collar recovery. people feel it. they feel like he kept his promise on the economy. that's their number one issue. and, boy, it's exciting. people are getting to work. it's not that they're hiring. if they are hire you and they will give you a bonus
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if you get hired. so it's amazing. ed: good stuff. pete: well done, rachel. appreciate it. veterans reporting for duty on the hill. retired u.s. army brigadier general anthony tata is here to tell us why vets make great members of congress. ed: he is here. welcome. ♪ only in america ♪ where we dream as big as we want to ♪ we all get a chance. ♪ and customer service are critical to business success. like the ones we teach here, every day.
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>> growing number of our nation's veterans is looking to serve our country in a new way by running for congress. according to the military times over 170 veterans running this election cycle. it's 62 of them are democrats. 109 is republicans, and one as an independent. so why do vets make great members of congress? joining me now former deputy commanding general of u.s. forces in afghanistan and author of the brand new book his tenth called dark winter, which we will talk about, retired u.s. army brigadier general anthony tata. general, thank you for being here this morning. >> thank you for being here, pete. pete: a number of candidates running in the house and the senate. martha mcsally in arizona and james and others. what can make politics better. >> 20% of congress is consisted of vets right now. i think the most important
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thing they have been to combat or they supported those in combat. they will understanding the most pressing needs regarding national security. secondly, they deployed all over the world and i know you have deployed. i have deployed. we both agree this is the greatest country on earth. when you deploy to all these different countries, you just get that reinforcement that indeed we do have the greatest system of government. we have got the greatest people here regardless of freckles we have greatest country on earth. as a leader, i know you were a leader in combat. you deal with individuals from all walks of life. every part of the every part of the political spectrum and economic spectrum. you get a good feel for problems confronting this country. who better to come and represent us than those who have led young men and women in combat, supported those in combat and understanding
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these 18, 19, 20-year-old young mental and women that raise their right hand and make that step they are not wealthy for the most part. they made that courage success step as well. pete: different kind of leaders that we need in washington right now. let's get your book though it's your tenth called "dark winter" about domestic terrorism. a timely topic. tell us about it. >> "dark winter" is about an internet mogul that wants to change the united states know a more progressive system of government. he hacks the world's nuclear fleet and decides that he wants to take away mutual assured destruction. and he does so and then he begins to blackmail the united states and blackmail iran and north korea and whoever can pay the most and come forward is able to win the gam but the here and
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it's a great read. it's my tenth novel. pete: i don't know how do you it i really don't. >> for me it's a creative outlet and it's one of those things that i love to do. pete: book is called dark winter. anthony tata thank you for your service. maybe one day you will join. >> you never know. pete: you are here first. appreciate it come up dan bongino, candace owens had a big event at the white house recently. we will ask her about that. also geraldo rivera all here live on this saturday edition of "fox & friends weekend" ♪ ♪ deny thy father and refuse thy name. or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, and i'll... so she's telling romeo to ditch his parents and then she'll be his boo forever. oh. there are multiples on the table: one is cash, three are fha, one is .a so what can you do? she's saying a whole lotta people want to buy this house.
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campuses, in your churches, and in your communities. you are leaders. >> young people talking to the president, seeing the president for the first time, they are inspired. >> muncie flies one into left center. back at the wall. it is gone! it's over. muncy, a walk-off home run. ♪ rachel: i wish they had caught this a little bit earlier, he was actually dancing. as soon as they turn the camera he stops. ed: my friend texted me said fox didn't say anything when the red sox won the first two games. yankees fan rooting for the dodgers for the first time check it out. longest world series game in the history.
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pete: game went on for 18 innings. ed: ly to go to sleep. pete: if you saw the whole thing you are not watching us right now. ed: this show is not going to be that long. it will be a lot more exciting. rachel: great to be back. ed: straight to this fox news alert. new details about the man accused of sends more than a dozen suspicious packages to prominent democrats. pete: he is behind bars this morning facing up to 48 years in prison. and learning more about his long, criminal past. rachel: steve harrigan is live in miami where the suspect is being held. steve? >> good morning. cesar sayoc is in a federal detention center here in miami. on monday, he will go before a federal judge. he faces five federal charges, which could end up with 48 years spent in prison. investigators are saying the case still continues. they will try to determine if there could be more explosive devices out there. and if sayoc had any help. we're learning more about the 56-year-old today.
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he has an extensive criminal history. at least 12 arrests for things like felony theft, selling steroids, even making a bomb threat at one point. investigators are revealing that two clues led to his capture after a four-day nationwide manhunt. one was a fingerprint sayoc left on one of the manila envelopes. the other his d.n.a. was found on two of the explosive devices. back to you guys. ed: steve harrigan reporting live in miami. we will get back to you as news warrants throughout the morning. we appreciate you joining us. remarkable news throughout the morning, the terror people felt. we have to take our hats off who worked so quickly one four or five days they tracked this down. maybe some sort of d.n.a. evidence, fingerprints on some of these packages. but, immediately some on the left, rather than focusing on the fbi, the great work of the men and women in the fbi who try and protect us every single day, immediately go to the politics. immediately go to this is president trump's fault.
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rachel: absolutely. the president was at a rally last knight and he had this to say about the reaction to the arrest of this suspect. >> as you know, the suspect has been captured. great job. this is finding, truly, a needle in a haystack when you think about it political violence must never ever be allowed in america. i will do everything in my power to stop it. everyone will benefit if we can end the politics of personal destruction. we must unify as a nation in peace, love and in harmony. the media's constant unfair coverage, deep hostility. [crowd boos] >> only serve to drive people apart and to undermine healthy debate. ed: pete, i will grant you the left should not immediately jump to blaming the president. it's not his fault that this suspect did this crazy stuff. but why does he have to talk about peace and harmony and
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in the next sentence say let's go of a the media again? pete: tough talk isn't violence. you know, i will sum this story up for you. the guy is a lunatic. the lunatic is sending stuff out. he was caught. he goal away forever. his political affiliation almost inconsequential to this. we have seen the same on the left bernie sanders supporter. somebody who worked for him at one point intern shooting up steve scalise and a baseball field based on politics. remember gabriel giffords when she was shot? a terrible situation. again, targeting of a political official in the amount of coverage of the steve scalise shooting was twice as much of the gabriel giffords shooting. both tragic. what was the difference? one with s. a republican, one is a democrat. our media and the indictment this president has made time and time again these news rooms are full of liberals. care more about stories that affect liberals. when the bad guy is a republican, they cover it a lot more because it helps their narrative. that's not to impugn the motives of every single member of the media. the president is allowed to continue to points out that double standard and does not make him complicit in an
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ounce of violence. rachel: the point is what the media wants to do is muzzle him, muzzle his supporters tie him to this. and scare them about speaking out. ed: the president is certainly speaking out on a whole ranges of issues. he has reframed these midterms in recent weeks around not just the economy and the tax cuts but largely trying to crack down on illegal immigration. jumping on the fact that we have had this caravan moving towards the united states, starting in central america. marching basically through mexico. we have been talking about it for days now. the president making clear that enough is enough. and that he wants to crack down here. and thomas homan, the former acting ice director was on last hour saying he can't believe some of the things he is hearing that comes out of democrats' mouths, watch. >> until we fix these loom holes in the immigration system. they are going to keep coming. thank god we have a president that takes border security and law enforcement seriously. and he is going to do everything he can to secure thisward. the people that failed immigration is the democrats.
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when they support abolishing ice. when people like nancy pelosi support sanctuary cities to give illegal aliens safe harbor. when they don't build a wall they have failed immigration and defending this country and protecting america. pete: we have been at a trump rally talking to folks. they are motivated by caravan issue. kavanaugh and caravan. it's not because they hate the people trying to come to the united states. rachel: no. pete: this caravan is a symptom of a larger problem that we still have lawlessness on our borders. congress has not addressed it the wall hasn't been built yet. you still have catch and release. one they step into the country they receive asylum and they may never -- they claim asylum. they may never get a hearing. these caravans are an opportunity to address a problem that still hasn't been solved. rachel: absolutely. one of the interesting things and i was interviewing people at the rally. the ones immigrants themselves, legal immigrants were the ones that were most angry about this. ed: so true. rachel: i can speak about this personally my mom is a legal immigrant. people who do it the right way really resent that there
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are these loopholes and people are able to take advantage of the system and come in illegally. i was up in wisconsin very far from the border. it was such a top issue in for people. front of mind. people are very angry about this. the visuals are terrible for the left. if you watch, you notice democrats aren't talking a whole lot about this. i think they know. pete: they don't have an answer for it. rachel: people keep using the word invasion. it does look like that coming -- like it's coming towards us. ed: to your point we had more fired up than anyone, waited years in line and they're frustrated at what they are seeing at the border. pete: they also underscore the national security implications of a porous border. ed: for that national security reason that's wire kirstjen nielsen had exclusive interview with martha maccallum on thursday. friday she was along the u.s. mexico border in california. where one section of the wall has been worked on.
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and she said she's walls work. watch. >> walls work. that's not my opinion. it's not a tag line. it's not a political statement. it's a fact. looking at this. i would not attempt to climb it. this is the wall system that we are requesting congress to fund. pete: this is the wall system they have been requesting congress to fund for a long time for over two years. they have completed portions of it. or improved portions of it the question is will you get the whole kit and caboodle across the border and ultimately address this problem. pete: midterms because have you republicans in charge of the house and senate and they haven't done what the president and homeland security secretary want. they have done little pieces as you say. you have had republican news power. if democrats take at least the house that equation is going to get a lot more difficult for the president and the wall. rachel: if the democrats take the house, the wall will not happen. pete: whatever parts of the wall are up might be torn down. we are talking socialism and open borders. look at the race between
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with andrew gillum down in florida. will an open socialist who bashes the police be their next governor or someone in ron desantis opposite view of the world in these mid terms if you are holding back at all, everything is on the table. rachel: can i mention one thing? the president came out earlier in the week or the week before, there might be ms-13 elements within the caravan and media instantly attacked him. now we are starting to see reports that indeed there are and there were actually interviews with people who were saying yes, we have seen them. they are there this caravan is bringing up a lot of issues, issues that maybe the democrats aren't going to want to address in this midterm and that's why i think they are quiet about it. ed: do walls work? do you agree with the homeland security email us at friends@foxnews.com. do you agree with what rachel found at that rally in wisconsin that cracking down on illegal immigration
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is a much bigger issue than maybe democrats and some of the media want to admit? friends@foxnews.com? rachel: we have he ha headlineso we'll get to it. rachel: adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census. judge jesse fuhrman of the southern district of new york is moving ahead with the case next month. critics say adding the question is racially motivated now just 10 days away from the midterm as we told you earlier, the new jersey democratic senator bob menendez could be in trouble. a new cook political report calling his race with republican bob hugin a toss-up. hugin has outspent menendez 3 to 1 launching an ad attack against the democrat acquitted of corruption. ed: just waking up, you miss you had the longest world series time ever. seven hours 20 minutes after the first pitch lay dodgers
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fans went home very happy. >> muncy slides one in the air to left center. bark at the wall, it is gone! it's over! ed: boston still leads the series two games to one. game five on sunday night. this is going to be a monster weekend for baseball fans. pete: very cool. fun to watch. ed: mary hart has seat next to dennis. pete: is that her. >> look at her dancing. kim bowl you see her on the right. pete: this is the one from entertainment tonight. she has that weird set-up where he holds his right arm in the air before he pitches, she was trying to do this little voodoo thing all night.
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people on social media were having a field day. i met mary hart once. she is a riot. really nice person. huge dorges fan. pete: must be. the midterms just 10 days away as we mentioned. what happens if democrats win the house? get ready, it will be chairman or chairwoman maxine waters. rachel: that's my husband's committee and she will become chairman. ed: going viral for country version of the national anthem ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night. ed: right near my house. is he here. is he going to be performing it live. we saw him downstairs. rachel: what a great kid. ed: it's awesome.
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pete: all posh midterm election 10 days away and all eyes are on races in the house and the senate. what happens if the so-called blue wave actually happens? democrats could control both chambers and committees looks far more likely in the house than in the senate. here to break it down former campaign polster and ceo chris wilson. thank you for joining us this morning. setting aside the senate, which is unlikely that democrats take, focusing on the house this morning looks more like a toss-up, these chairmanships become very important. house judiciary committee. the current chair is bob goodlatte but likely if dems take the house it would turn
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to jerry nadler how would that change say the kavanaugh hearing which is retrospective with jerry nadler in charge? >> what it would do really is -- the thing is democrats are not going to be able to impeach donald trump as you said the republican also hold the senate. what they can do is make the president's life absolutely miserable and jerry nadler would like nothing more than that democrat from new york. been in the area of trump for a long time. they have never really gotten along nadler, schiff on intelligence. start subpoenaing everything and everyone. consider it full employment act for white house lawyers every member of the white house staff would need a cot in the capitol because they would be testifying so much. that would be the disruption that the three of them could cause specifically nadler to your point in terms of subpoenaing documents imagination sure everybody in the white house has to spend time testifying. pete: you mentioned investigations and subpoenas. the two committees that could do a lot of that are
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oversight committee that chairman man shop could go to trey gowdy to elijah couple minutes. devin nunes could be replaced by adam schiff. what happens if it's a chairman adam schiff as far as how the house uses its powers to go after this administration? >> great question, what we have seen with nunez is a focus on scandals that i would say have been more on the bipartisan side where adam schiff is a very partisan democrat like couple minutes and nadler is. you can see them begin to use their power in ways that i think are almost punitive toward republicans. not just to the president. but to anybody else in the house that they want to take revenge on. >> you know, i want to move -- we are going to skip the ways and means committee. tax cuts are important. kevin brady would be replaced by richard neil, i think a lot of people are fired up in the house financial supervisors committee, the current chairman is jeb hensarling, likely replacement should the dems take the house, maxine waters, what does
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that mean? >> can't you imagine the feeling in banking board rooms around the country thinking that maxine waters will somehow have control and oversight of the banking industry. can i only imagine the omght michelle they have in the way that banking will be handled moving forward think of every single crazy liberal or left wing experiment that could be executed on banking and the way in which they operate and you can be sure that maxine waters will be at the forefront of trying to execute those experiments. pete: not to mention potentially trying to look into trump's businesses and taxes going, finding some angle for impeachment, maxine waters would have the gavel. chris wilson, thank you very much for your time. we appreciate it. >> you bet. thank you, pete. pete: you got it. former president obama taking a veiled swipe at president trump on the campaign trail. >> at stake is a politics that is decent and honest and lawful. pete: not so veiled.
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dan bongino said no one should be taking political advice from obama. he joining us live ahead. high school football player going viral for country version of national anthem. he will perform it live in our studio coming up next. ♪ on too! um... the walls seem a bit thin... man 2: (behind wall) they are! and craig practices the accordion every night! says the guy who sings karaoke by himself. i'm a very shy singer. you're tone deaf! ehh... should we move on to the next one? it's a great building! you'll love it here! we have mixers every thursday. geico®. it's easy to switch and save on homeowners and renters insurance.
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that's how much money is up for grabs tonight in the power ball drawing. it's one of the largest jackpots in american history tonight will mark the 22nd drawing after no one picked all six winning numbers. it just keeps getting bigger and bigger. rachel: got to go get mine. high school football players going viral not for his moves on the field but for his country rendition of the national anthem. take a look ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ pete: that's cool. rachel: that's my favorite part of the video by the jay. pete: the teenager behind the mike jackson dean. you had a game last night and drove up from maryland. >> um-huh, last night. pete: you sing country music. asked to you play the national anthem.
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are you surprised by the amount of attention this has gotten? >> very. this is very, very awesome. i didn't expect it to get to here but it's going crazy. ed: do you think with some nfl players kneeling and all these controversies out there people are hungering to hear when they hear this wonderful inare addition of the anthem it resonates, it seems like. >> yep. i'm an american and i'm proud of my country and that's all i'm going to say about that. pete: well said. rachel: i love country music and the national anthem. you made some changes. what was your inspiration artistically behind changing the rendition of it? >> i only knew a few cords at the time. it's just a three chord progression and kind the fit the song. i played it at a show and people said you should play that out. ed: what are you going to do after high school? are you going to go out on the road? >> yep. i got some things in the pocket that i have been working that i can't really talk about right now.
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rachel: oh. all right. pete: great place to start. did you win your game last night? >> we did. will you play this for us this morning? ed: let's hear it. pete: play the national anthem if you will ♪ ♪ oo say can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ at the twilight's last gleaming ♪ whose broad stripes and
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bright stars ♪ through th perilous fight ♪ and the ramp part ramparts we watched ♪ were so gallantly streaming ♪ and the rockets red glare ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night ♪ that a flag was still there ♪ o say does that star-spangled banner yet wave? ♪ o'er the land of the free
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♪ and the home of the brave. [applause] rachel: wow. pete: that was amazing. rachel: is that mom and dad back there. >> yeah, that's my my mom back there. rachel: brings tears to my eyes how proud they are of you. good job mom and dad. well done. ed: geraldo rivera, candace dan bongino, all here live. they will join us at upmc, living-donor transplants put you first.
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>> i really can't underscore this enough. we did not act alone. as you can see from the agencies and departments represented up here today. a threat of this scope and of this magnitude requires all of us working shoulder to shoulder. and today's arrest is a testament of the strength of our partnerships and what we can do when we all work together. pete: that was fbi director christopher wray yesterday talking about the evidence they used and the process they used to catch this guy. let's bring in dan bank secret service agent and author of spy gate.
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law enforcement making a quick arrest in this series of suspicious packaging. >> yeah, pete. i think a lot of people have some experience in the space here. thought this would happen relatively quickly and thank the lord it did. and i applaud the work of the nypd, secret service and the fbi. here's the thing, pete, there were so many clues that he would be caught quickly. first, pretty simple one. the use of tape and exexploded, thank god, device or suspicious package there. tape is literally how you lift late tent fingerprints off a crime scene. said to me even fiber, d.n.a. or a fingerprint was going to turn up relatively quickly. and as it turns out it looks like they had a suspect right after this happened and had a suspect. i'm not surprised given the amateurish operation on his
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side not on law enforcement side. >> former president obama was in my home state of wisconsin. he was in milwaukee. and he had this to say about politics today. >> what is at stake is a politics decent, honest and lawful tries to do right by people and that's worthy of this country that we love. it shouldn't be democratic or republican to say we just don't make stuff up. it shouldn't be democratic or republican to say you don't threaten political opponents or freedom of the press because you don't like what they write about you. rachel: what's he writing? >> is he serious? forgive me, i will take a hard pass on any political advice from barack obama. now, let me just put this out there and i mean this
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sincerely, i am more than wilming and i actually look forward to the day that our politics become more civil. i get it i have a hard edge myself. i wish we could go back to a time where we could rook at each other and discuss ideas, but from barack obama? advice lecturing donald trump and republicans? he is talking about the press? this is the guy whose justice department bugged the ap's phone? issued subpoenas for the former fox reporter. this is the same guy who justice department and excuse me, irs went after conservative groups. this is the same guy who compared republicans to iranian tyrants. >> really? barack obama? give me a break with the political advice. guy, i'm all for a kum ba yah moment. sit at the camp fire and roast s'mores. i hope that day comes one day and we can talk about taxes. until the left abandons their commitment to identity politics, calling us racist, misogynist, phone bow phobic. anything with a phobe or ist
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at the end. there is not going to be a moment until they abandon that tactic. it's not going to happen. ed: i covered barack obama as you know for a long time. i seem to remember him saying things like if you like your doctor, can you keep your doctor. if you like your health plan you can keep your health plan, in that same speech that rachel referenced he is tired of people in politics quote, unquote, shamelessly lying and making stuff up. >> the guy who was if you like your plan you can keep your plan lies of the year politifact? these aren't even real fact checkers these are liberal outlets. this was one of the worst political lies in modern american history. you know, listen, one thing about trump barack obama may not like is the guy actually kept his campaign promises. you may not like his style. you may not like his edge. i'm from queens. i get it he is from queens we are kind of sim beowes in that respect. at least he keeps his
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promises. barack obama giving lectures on political honesty after lie of the year, seriously hard pass from barack obama on this one. pete: dan bongino, good stuff. we appreciate it. rachel: thank, dan. >> thanks, brother. rachel: take care. authorities have a new lead in the random shooting of a model. police in georgia calling the man seen in this video a person of interest. they say he was involved in a fight near where the woman was shot kelsey was shot in the neck driving to work earlier this month causing her to get into a head on crash. she died. floridan drew gillum facing. undercover fbi agent mike miller was billed more than $4,000 for 2016 fundraising dinner. it's not clear if he actually paid the tab. miller is the same agent who allegedly gave gil gillum tickets to see hamilton. gillum says the tickets were
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from his brother. no comments though so far on the report. the secret service slams the "new york times" for a fictional story about assassinating donald trump it depicts the president being shot and killed by a russian assassin with a secret service agent gun. the agency tells fox news, quote: the insinuation that the u.s. secret service would participate in the assassination of a president is outrageous. anan insult to the men and women of this agency. ed: what possible justification do they have? rachel: i have no idea. could the spookiest day of the year no longer be october 31st? more than 16,000 people have signed a petition to move halloween to the last saturday in october the effort led by the halloween and costume association. pete: there you go. rachel: safer for children and less streetful for children on school nights. the group just wants to sell more costumes. we want to know what you think about this proposal. send us your comments on facebook or twitter or email
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us at friends@foxnews.com. ed: heresy to change halloween. rachel: i like when it's in the middle of the week it makes it fun. pete: that confirms it 18,000 people have nothing -- ed: move it to only saturdays interfere with rick's forecast. rick, you work on saturday. >> i do work on saturdays and sundays. only 13 years, guys. all right. we got a big storm going on out here. big nor'easter that we are dealing with. going to be with us all day today. kind of winds down tomorrow. take a look at the map and show you what's going on temperaturewise. cool. 18 degrees in caribou, maine. so very, very cold. colder than it is in anchor raj. we have this big storm it will be with us today. the wind will increase later today as well. all right you, guys send it back to you. rachel: nice umbrella, rick. pete: how about we cancel
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halloween. rachel: i love halloween. pete: not a fan. email us friends at friends@foxnews.com. cancel halloween? ed: no. kids, don't listen to pete right now. pete: sorry kids. halloween is cancelled this year. rachel: you sound like a liberal. party pooper. ed: we have a lot of serious news. when new jersey republican jay webber ran for office. he expected to face some criticism. he didn't expect to have his seven kids threatened. he joining us live to respond to that next. pete: border patrol could have an unlikely ally in keeping our country safe. big tech? we will explain coming up. [ doorbell rings ] janice, mom told me you bought a house. okay. [ buttons clicking ]
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pete: couple of quick headlines for you a coffee shop is fined $300 by sanitation department over this chalkboard on the sidewalk new york city business claims they kept more than 2,000 cups -- lids for cups out of a landfill this year the owner says the sign has been there for years. the sanitation department have taken back the fine. that's a good idea. and a swift tourist wants a big hunk of change from elvis. grace land hotel from memphis. he claims a false fire alarm rang for so long and so loud it ruined his marriage he wants $75,000. he has a hard time hearing and can't sleep due to issues with his wife. ed: g.o.p. congressional candidate jay webber's family has been by his side every step of the way during campaign season.
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weber receiving this letter in the mail saying in part quote you better hope you don't win or else. how many kids do you have? seven? unlucky seven. that is what we think of you, time to get out of politics. it's pretty sickening. here now to respond. the new jersey republican congressional candidate jay jay webber. >> thanks for having me. ed: i wish seven days out from midterms talking about immigration and the economy. sadly we are talking about your kids. >> yeah. ed: that has come out of nowhere why do you think all of a sudden your family has been threatened. >> heated campaign. people excited about politics. completely lost the ability to separate good hard political discussion and what becomes criminal behavior. we have onto push back. take care of the kids. get them secure and safe. get law enforcement involved. great we have to push back. we will not be bullied on
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this. ed: i don't want to focus on politics and law enforcement. how many the human dimension. how old is your kid and how is your family doing? >> the kids are 4 to 16. we talk to them about it. the police in our town are great. made them feel very secure and supported. they understanding this is likely the act of a coward kind of letting off some steam. nevertheless, they will take care of each other. they are not going to walk to school alone and look out for each other. they know they are secure here. ed: you mentioned law enforcement and how important they have been for you and instrum negligence. we have seen that as well in bombing cases that we have been talking about all week. i wonder if you see any kind of a double standard because, not to take anything away from that because those are important stories as well in terms of all the democrats targeted but we have had wall-to-wall coverage about that. frankly, i haven't heard very much about your family being targeted in a different way albeit. >> yeah. ed: young kids as young as 4 years old their lives have been threatened and i haven't heard a word about it.
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>> listen, we have got to stop this violence we are seeing, antifa, the hard left, shutting down people because of their opinions that's the problem. of course the bombings are terrible. whoever is doing that and have a suspect in custody. has to be prosecuted. whoever left, right, it's got to stop. the important thing is people shut down, shut up. push people push back. ed: you have been behind in the polls, new jersey can be an unfriendly state for republicans. ed: you have a president who has a strong economy might not be that popular in new jersey a democratic state. >> cut taxes. create jobs. keep this economy roaring. secure that border. slow walking its way to our border. ed: from the southern border. >> absolutely. it's disrespect to our nation. devalues citizenship. people get very concerned about that we are staying on message and focusing on the things that got us here so
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far. watch those polls in 2016 weren't too accurate either going to keep fighting to the tape. ed: thinking about your family and that's why we wanted to cover that family. >> thank you. ed: we reached out to the mikey sherrill campaign to invite her on. no response so far. we will obviously have her on in the days ahead if she's to come on and talk about this an important story. thanks for coming on. could facial recognition technology be key on the crack down at the border. kurt the cyberguy is here. he has details next. geraldo rivera, candace owens all here live all coming up. ♪ ♪ hi. i'm misha. and my favorite bar is crunch. ♪ delicious 100% real chocolate embracing the lightness of crispy rice.
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rachel: ice and border patrol could have unlikely ally in keeping our country safe. big tech. pete: emails released just this week reveal amazon met with ice other the summer pitching its facial recognition system as a way for the agency to identify immigrants and ceo jeff bezos recently defended his company's cooperation with the u.s. government. listen if big tech companies are going to turn their backs on the department of defense. it's going to be in troubling. this is a great country and it needs to be defended. rachel: not all employees are on board. here with more is kurt the cyberguy. >> wasn't that refreshing to hear him say that you don't hear that at tech companies. oh, no, we are just going to do what we do and employees are now dictating to the you were echelons of the control of the company ceos like
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jeff bezos saying as they did in this case 450 amazon employees saying don't sell this to the u.s. government. don't do business with the u.s. government. what the heck is going on with you? rachel: do business with china. >> gladly. gladly without any fail. rachel: tell us how this technology could help. >> remember the windsor wedding. how we knew who was walking in the chapel. technology. latest, best example of how powerful this is. this is facial recognition technology turned on steroids connected to a massive database. here would be the goal, you have this huge database with homeland security and border protection. that records who comes in to this country and records us as citizens to the country leaving the country. with this technology, it could identify you coming and going passively. you don't even knee to
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register it would know that you are coming and going and also know if you don't belong in this country. pete: i love it in the fact it's non-citizens coming into this country illegally allowed to do that civil libertarian in me gets a little worried have you all this surveillance going on. >> let's have a look at what's going on in china. china have a very similar technology being deployed everywhere. rachel: i don't doubt that. here is where it has evolved there i would never want happening in this country. you cross the street in china and you jay walk, you automatically get a ticket in the mail with your photo that says pay the $46 or whatever it is ticket for jay walking. and it's a government machine of big brother that's just churning it out and it is the absolute worst. i would hate for us to get down this road to where we okeydoke this for our own
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security and believe me we need stuff like this for our security. let's stop it right there. keep our eye on it. rachel: contain that. >> never is the answer. maybe more conversations. pete: keep it in the box? >> or have conversations like this let's be smart about what we are doing and what's our real intention here? our intention is to protect the border. our intention to focus on us. pete: against bad citizens. >> maybe make it easier for us to come and go from our own country without feeling like we are trapped on the outside. so, it has some really great upsides to it. let's keep it in check. rachel: good stuff. >> nice to see you. pete: well done. a fox news alert. the bomb scare suspect now facing nearly 50 years in prison as we learn more about his criminal past. we are live at the detention center where he is being held coming up next. rachel: and they walked away from the democrat party, and now they are walking in their first ever march in
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ed: fox news alert. new details about the man sending a dozen suspicious packages to prominent democrats. >> hunted down. >> these terrorist's actions must be prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law. >> today's arrest is a testament to the strength of our partnerships and what we can do when we all work together. pete: president trump sending 800 troops to the southern border to stop the migrant caravan. >> let me be clear, laws work. that's not my opinion. it's a fact. >> each of you is taking part if young black leadership summit because you are true leaders on your campuses, in your churches and in your communities.
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you are leaders. >> people talking to the president, seeing the president for the first time, they are inspired. >> muncy slides one in the air to left center. back at the wall, it is gone! it's over! muncy a walk-off home run. ♪ you're unbelievable ♪ ed: unbelievable longest world series game in history. max muncy journeyman big home run and suddenly the dodgers are back in the world series. great to have you back here. rachel: excited about baseball. pete: got to be something comparable for you. world series game three. 18th inning. 18th inning solo walk-off home run, come on. ed: 23 lifetime average very low. he didn't even play.
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i looked up his stats he has played for like three years. last year he wasn't on anymore team? rachel: producers let's do highlights of real housewives. can i excited about that. pete: best performance ever from the third tier housewife. rachel: or shopping either one. pete: i want a chance to defend myself. ed: what do you think about that? we have a lot of news breaking overnight. pete: new details about the man accused of sending more than a dozen suspicious packages to prominent democrats. ed: he is now behind bars, thankfully, facing up to 48 years in prison. we are learning a lot more about his long criminal rap sheet. rachel: steve harrigan is live outside the detention center. >> cesar sayoc is here inside a federal detention center in miami. is he expected to appear before a federal judge on monday. he is facing five federal charges.
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he could face up to 48 years in prison. he will be moved to new york for prosecution. that's where the first of the bombs were discovered. investigators say they are continuing to research whether or not there could be any more bombs out there. and also, whether sayoc had any help. we are learning more about the 56-year-old. he has extensive criminal history. including charges of felony fraud, selling steroids, and even calling in a bomb threat at one point. two key clues led to his capture. one a fingerprints on one of the manila envelopes use to send those bombs and, two, d.n.a. on two of those bombs itself. back to you guys. ed: steve harrigan reporting live on the ground in miami. pete: the president was in charlotte, north carolina last night and talked about these bomb scares. talked about the conversation in our country and the media as well. listen. >> as you know, the suspect has been captured. great job. this is finding truly a needle in the haystack when
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you think about it. political violence must never ever be allowed in america. i will do everything in my power to stop it. everyone will benefit if we can end the politics of personal destruction. [cheers] we must unify as a nation in peace, love and in harmony. the media's constant unfair coverage deep hostility only serve to drive people apart and to undermine healthy debate. ed: i understand the president is tired of people calling him a nazi, a racist. it's pathetic. it's despicable what many in the media do about the president and what they say about the president and his family. you can't say wait for the but. pete won't say it but i will. can't say i will want to end the politics of personal destruction and go after fake news in the second sentence. why can't we have a pause? rachel: what is he trying to
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say i can't disarm if they don't disparm. this has to be a mutual thing. pete. ed: you are speaking about it like a war. pete: it's a battle. rachel: it's a cultural battle. ed: media organizations got what they thought was a bomb this week and you are saying let's ratchets up. pete: no one is ratcheting up. just continue to call them out for what they are. rachel: the media's role is supposed to report the news. the media has joined forces with the democrat party to go against the president in ways that are so unfair. we have never seen this kind of coverage ever of a president. 90-some% of the coverage is negative. ed: i agree. rachel: if the president says i'm going to ratcheting down the rhetoric, does that mean he has to never call out the media for their lies and their spin on the news? ed he had he does. shouldn't you sometimes be president rising above. rachel: that's what he like. ed: being president is being better than your enemies.
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rachel: they wanting to muzzle him. make no mistake, ed. ed: how about raising the level of debate. pete: kick them when they are low. kick them when they are down. raise that debated higher and higher and higher. ed: i agree eric holder was wrong. if you want to go down in the gutter with eric holder, go ahead. pete: we should have an honest open conversation president does when he has these rallies and speaks his mind. doesn't say to be via lengths against anybody. rachel: by the way first to come out and say this was wrong. michael knowles was with you earlier this morning. the host of the michael knowles show and he calls out this double standard that we are talking about right now. take a look. >> this was the double standard when a bernie bro shoots up a congressional baseball game they don't talk about the sanders' shooter. when someone targets democrats it's president trump's fault. the reason for this is when a left wing lunatic commits an acted of violence is considered an aberration. when a right wing lunatic does it is representative of the whole group. pete: well said. one, this guy is a lunatic, we know it and it is what it
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is. >> just like the coverage of scalise coverage of scalise because of the political differences there. ed: democrats scalise is republican. pete: democrat, republican, obvious. if democrats were being honest how they react to things like this. start calling for the banning of pvc pipe. ban pipe bombs. no it's the tools. the tool is always a problem when leftist commits the problems. why aren't we getting rid of pvc pipes that's what they should be calling for at this point. rachel: republicans never called the shooter on the baseball fields. that was an assassination attempt with a gun that would have had scalise not had his own detail because is he in leadership you would have seen a dozen g.o.p. members of congress. that man was not called the sanders shooter. and the media did not go after bernie sanders at all. pete: magna bomber not a one
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bomb went off. rachel: calling him the magna bomber. ed: guess who never left barack obama out on the campaign trail. interesting when you talk about things like if you like your health plan you can keep your health plan, if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor which turned out not to be true. it's interesting you now have barack obama on the trail lecturing us about lying in politics. watch. >> throughout human history, certainly throughout american history, politicians have exaggerated they make promises that me may try to fulfill and it turns out to be harder than they expected. we have not seen before in our recent public life at least, politician just blatantly, repeatedly, baldly, shamelessly lying,
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making stuff up. pete: in recent life we haven't seen any lying. roll tape. >> if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. if you got a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. >> we have communicated in no uncertain terms with every player in the region that that's a red line for us. >> do you know about hillary clinton's use of a private email server? >> no. >> while she was secretary of state? >> no. pete: didn't even get to benghazi. go ahead. rachel: so focused on the exaggeration, do you know what the american people have never seen before? they have never seen somebody keep their promises. when i was at that rally and interviewing people that was top thing. i can't believe that donald trump as president is actually doing the things he said he was going to do as a
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candidate. people are focusing on results. i think former president barack obama is embarrassed, i think of the economy he left behind. of the promises he didn't keep. of the condition he left minority communities when he left office. donald trump is taking care of all the things he didn't. pete: they don't blame this president because they know he doesn't incited. is he just a talker. they are smart. they see through it. they understand it media in new york when they need to go literal they take him figuratively. when they should be taking him figuratively, they take him literally. they try to make him look bad. they just roll their eyes and go here he goes again. some guy blaming it on trump. all trump's fault when they are speaking. ed: he has an opportunity now. everyone has had their say. pete: remember when he was a candidate, had an opportunity, he shouldn't be saying this and saying that. ed: he doesn't want to take the opportunity. rachel: the democrats had an
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opportunity after steve scalise was shot to also step up the game. if they care about civility and politics, i want so see every one of those democrats on the college campuses. we are seeing what's happening on the college campuses move no noah our government. kick off campus. not allowed to speak. nancy pelosi, barack obama and all these people step up and defend those conservative speakers. ed: ironic you have calling for civility a week or two after hillary clinton said you couldn't be civil. pete: wasn't the bernie shooter. he is the trump bomber. rachel: summed it up perfectly. ed: friends at friends@foxnews.com. rachel: getting heated here got to get to headlines first. the man threatening to put a bullet in president trump's head pleading not guilty. sean christie going on profanity laced tirade on police and laughing during
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pennsylvania hearing. the judge calling him a danger to the community. christie was caught last month on the run across six states after making the threat in june. he faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted former democratic party leader in texas convicted of fraud ring. ken paxton saying stuart clay paid these four women to target elderly voters in 2006 and generate loads of mail ballots. ballots used to vote for democrats. all facing dozens of felonies. pete: pick up there. while you were sleeping, you missed the longest world series game ever after seven hours and 20 minutes, l.a. dodgers fans finally went home happy. >> flies one in the air to left centers. back at the wall -- it is gone! it's over! ed: first baseman max muncy ending that marathon game with a walk-off homer in the
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rachel: florida man you captured for sending. ed: cesar sayoc facing 48 years behind bars this is not his first brush with the law. rachel: here to make sense of possible motive and mind is clinical psychologist dr. read. >> thank you. rachel: tell us what his background. we know he had been involved with steroids, he has cousin and family members who say he has always been unstable. >> i went into the story of long social anti-behavior 2002. threats of bombing the likes of which worse than 9/11. we'll understanding there is the beginning or there is a profile of some real negative and actually bipolar behavior where we would actually see some mania, if we break it down in the different elements, there is expanse of thinking, racing thoughts
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and attention to vigilance to detail. take a look at some of the things that we see. we have the white van, which windows are covered completely almost an organized way to everett to maintain his anxiety. levels on the window. first pro-trump and pro-pence ideologies and then something more personal favorite music groups. and then third level democrats and liberal thinkers covered in crosshairs and attempts to say we are going to take you down. ed: dr., what is the line there one of the things we want to take away last question here you hear see something, say something. have some weird stuff. i saw a news account where a guy who walks his dog every morning near that van had noticed it and told his wife about it. but he didn't know is it really, you just don't know when to interfere. when to tell someone. when do you think you should wake up and say hey, i have
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got to tell somebody? >> as human beings we ascribe mental health to people that don't necessarily have it. and psychosis is actually a much more subtle underlying insidious process. people that we see in the street we think they may be very normal like we are. but there could be a tryinger that could change them immediately. people in general are afraid to make those first moves to say we are concerned and actually, after we are seeing this, we need to know now if we see something, you havhave got to say something. ed: dr. norman friday, thank you for coming in. >> thank you. ed: doubling down on the need for a border wall. >> walls work. that's not my opinion, it's not a tag line. it's not a political statement. it's a fact. ed: guess what? another fact is the stretch wall of the wall has been completed. we'll look at it coming up. rachel: they walked away from the democratic party. now walking in first ever march in d.c. to celebrate. the founder of the #walk
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as americans making politically charged posts. facebook shut down hundreds of iranian and russian accounts in august after a similar incident. pete? pete: thank you, ed. political movement was sparked when our next guest posted a video on youtube in may and explained why he was walking away from the democrat party. >> they will promise to liberal you from all that chained you, and then they will do absolutely nothing for you. >> once upon a time i was a liberal. but liberalism has changed so i am walking away. and i encourage all of you to do the same, walk away. pete: today, the #walk away movement is surging into the national stage with their first ever march in washington, d.c. the founder of the movement brandon strak joins us now in what we can expect in just a few hours in washington. brandon, thank you very much for being here. before we get to your event
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today, when you posted that video in may that so many people would join you and walk away from liberalism? >> well, i had hopes that that would be the results but i mean where we are today i could never have possibly anticipated we had our gala dinner last night to kick off this weekend. over full. like 40 people had to keep out of the veepght trying to get. in i never anticipated it would turn into this massive movement we are seeing today. pete: bran ton, you explained a little bit of it. for yourself and others, why are people walking away? >> it's a variety of reasons. but, you know, the commonality of all of them is people are fed up with what's happening on the left. where weather there issue is the lies, the manipulations, the targeting of minority groups socialism, communism, focus on illegal immigrants over american citizens. for a lot of people my group i launched it on may 26th of this year. we had a huge second wave are a the kavanaugh hearings. what was really interesting
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after that die hard loyalists people in 60's and 70's democrats their whole life. i have had enough. i'm walking away. pete: here is a few of the folks in your movement talking about why they moved away. listen. >> >> a lot of mixed information out there about republicans. >> the dnc decided to force hillary clinton down our throat. >> benghazi happened. >> fast and furious and benghazi. the affordable care act. >> the democrats have stopped telling the truth. >> i continue to educate myself and decided that the democratic party was no place for me. pete: yeah, different views, different reasons, different grievances, this march today. give us a guestimate of the size and scope. >> if last night's dinner was any indication i expect it to be massive. i don't want to speculate. can i tell you we are expecting thousands. how many thousands i don't know exactly. one thing i would like to say though about those clips that you just showed because one thing people didn't sigh and i think it's what i'm most proud of are the
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african-americans and the hispanic americans lbgt people minority groups that the democrats had a stranglehold for so long on they are walking away. see so many of those people today at the march. we saw them last night at the dinner. that's what makes me so proud. pete: part of the reason they are walking away they don't want to be seen as one identity group. they want to be seen as free thinking individual? as an american? that's how they see themselves? >> that's absolutely right. a movement about self-empowerment. about getting rid of identity politics. you know bo and beyond that see the way liberal media and democratic party manipulate these groups with fear. they don't want to be scared. they don't want to be told you are in danger. you can't succeed. the system is rigged against you. people are starting to see that's not true because they are doing well. they want to walk away and be self-elm burden. pete: brandon, if there are other people that want to walk with you as they walk away where do they meet up with you.
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>> today the walk away march in washington is kicking off at john marshal park national mall near the capitol building. i tell people to please try to get there around 11, 11:30. we are actually start at 12. walking john marshal park to freedom plaza. walking from the democratic party toward freedom. main rally 2:30 p.m. at freedom plaza national mall. incredible. pete: well done. conservatives can come to, the walk with if you want to stand with those walking away. >> we insist. we need those people there, yes. pete: brandon straka. congratulations. new look inside the migrant caravan push closer to the u.s. border continues. and the midterm race that is now a toss-up. could new jersey really go red? the republicans running for senate there bob hugin is live ahead ♪ ♪ -omar, look. [ thunder rumbles ]
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griff? griff: this is the scene here as we look at literally the entire migrant caravan, thousands stopped on the road heading north to the state, local government putting up a road block before the sun came out. not letting them. in they are negotiating up there to be let through. you can see yesterday we saw groups very sporadic all over the place. today the migrants made the choice amongst themselves to stay together to be stronger as one group as we see them on the road. it's not just in front of me. it's also behind me, literally thousands of migrants from honduras, guatemala, el salvador and elsewhere trying to make their way north and also from the mexican president to stop and give up. they would be given temporary citizenship, some healthcare, some education here. the offer being mostly rejected. some stepping away. but the bulk, obviously, as you see, trying to move forward to the united states. pete: griff right in the middle of it in mexico
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county caravan. ed: we will stay with him, for sure. rachel: trump administration unveiling revamping of the border wall. stretches 2 and a half miles in calexico, california. kirstjen nielsen says it's already making a difference. >> let me be clear, walls work. that's not my opinion, it's not a tag line, it's not a political statement. it's a fact. rachel: this is wall is separate from the border walls being tested. the state agreeing to wait for a federal ruling on the obama era regulation. the law prevented internet providers from throttling needs of certain content for a price. the fcc order prevents states from creating their own net neutrality laws. democratic senator jon tester continues to brag about hunting despite not having a license in more than six years.
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it is a tool to me. i'm use it to control pests. rachel: according to records 2012 was the last time tester had a hunting license. real clear politics poll shows tester with a 4.5 point lead over republican matt rosendale. pete: maybe he has been hunting illegally. i don't know. maybe you are huntingtoning if you don't have a license. rachel: we'll put ed on that beat. a squad of american heroes kicking up a big win on the final day of the invictus games. taking home the gold after beating the earth inner lands. dutch harry and princess meghan presenting the medals to the team. funded the olympic style event to honor wounded soldiers around the world. ed: that is awesome go team u.s.a. pete: love it rick.
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rick, glad you are back in the u.s.a. rick: big storm going on out here. take a look at the weather map and show you what's going on. temperaturewise not that bad. certainly not cold enough for big snow. look at that caribou, maine, you are 19 degrees. start off as a little bit of snow flurry and then turn into rain. out across the west, new rain coming in across the pacific northwest. other than that, we are okay. storm across the mid-atlantic and northeast plays out throughout the day. it starts to deepen, the storm does. see the winds increase later on in the day. by tomorrow we clear out and in towards monday new batch of rain moves on through. temperaturewise, you see it certainly cool, right around the great lakes into the northeast, that's the pocket of cold air right across the central plains. you are looking great today. a little bit of a drop down in your temperatures tomorrow. very warm in the southwest. and overall, guys, it seems like fall is solidly here all across parts of the northeast. a lot of leaves on the trees yet. with the wind today and the rain, back to possibly seeing some of those trees
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go down and certainly a lot of leaves. could be heavy and could be looking at power outages. ed: looks windy out there now. rachel: have to tell me later whether it's going to rain on halloween or not. pete: cancel it everyone is going to be inside anyway, right, rick? rick is like i want no part of that if you have been watching the fox news channel and this station, you have been hearing about fox nation. it's our new subscription based screamin streaming coming. rachel: take a look. >> walking down the hallway talking 'life, talking about business, whatever it is. ♪ >> our greatness, our willingness to fight when challenged, dates back to even before we had a
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shockingly, are republican. including sitting utah congresswoman mia love. five other african-american g.o.p. women running nationwide also did not make the cut. and, singer akon says he might make a run for the white house. akon telling "newsweek" in part quote i have been thinking about running for 2020 very seriously. i feel like i want to continue doing what i'm doing and hope that builds me enough momentum. he tells tmz he wants facebook ceo mark zuckerberg as his running mate. we shall see about all of that ed? ed: that's interesting. thanks, pete. just 10 days until the midterms. been a lot of talk about a blue wave and one of the most reliably blue states is new jersey. the state senate race between senate incumbent democrat bob menendez and the republican challenger bob hugin has just been declared a toss-up by the cook political report known as highly independent
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arbiter of these races. this could be why a top democratic super pac is now spending 3 million bucks to air ads like this attacking hugin. is that a sign that new jersey could go red in november? let's talk to the republican senate candidate challenging bob menendez bob hugin joins us live. >> good to be with you this morning. ed: i find it interesting we see the senate democratic leader chuck schumer saying let's take $3 million, money that was targeted to help heidi heitkamp in north dakota, a trump state, basically, take money out of there and send it to a blue state in new jersey. that could be a two-for for republicans that they are giving up on north dakota. they think they are going to lose that. >> absolutely. ed: the democrats think you might win. >> schumer has 7 million against us in new jersey plus other outside forces have come against us. it's really a desperate last minute gasp to save a failing politician who for 25 years has failed the
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state of new jersey both morally and financially failing to deliver for the people. ed: faced a long corruption trial in the end he got off the hook but you say this is an issue that's front and central. >> oh, yeah. think about it how much bipartisan happens in washington u senator menendez got the senate back bipartisanly. senate ethics committee said he violated federal law, abused the power of his office, disgraced the senate on top of that 25 years in washington. 16 years democratic president. and we're dead last. we get the least back from washington any state in the country. it's time for change. ed: it's a very democratic state. >> yeah. >> chris christie broke that for a while as a sort of more moderate republican governor, people know that around the country. why do you think new jersey might be going red? what are you hearing from voters changing it beyond menendez personal issues? let's talk about the issues that matter to people. what's resonating? >> what's really resonating is people want independence.
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they are tired of the partisanship that's gone on. new jersey has been the center of that partisanship. senator menendez one of the partisan democrats in the senate. georgetown university just routerred on that he is the most if not the most partisan senator. new jersey wants somebody who is independent and put them first. if you are last and get the least back, it's time for elm the people to stand up for the people of new jersey. ed: i hear you. democratic state they haven't minded he and lautenberg and others. tax cuts, cracking down on illegal immigration. what matters most to people right now. >> so unaffordable. new jersey has become so expensive. tax hike again this year. 1.7 billion more spending, property taxes are the highest in the country. it's just hard for families to stay together. ed: taxes went up because the republican president, donald trump said you can't write off as much on the state and local taxes. that hurt your state. don't you have to admit that as a republican? >> listen, i was opposed to that $1,000 cap on state.
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ed: the president didn't help your state. >> senator menendez on the finance committee bipartisan maybe he could have done something to raise that cap. and we raised taxes in the state. but property taxes are unbelievable. senior citizens are leaving our state in accelerating rate. new jersey has the fastest migration of 13 to 14-year-olds. affordability is the number one issue. washington and trenton have to be focused on stop putting people ahead of party an --start putting peoplen front of party and politics. ed: rachel was at a rally and immigration was front and center. are people in new jersey talking about the wall. >> it's an infrastructure. is a more important issue. we have got to make sure new jersians feel comfort there will be are jobs out there for them in the long term. education, infrastructure, environment is important in
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new jersey. we don't wants offshore drilling. ed: real quick, we have a poll number has menendez 52% and you at 42.3. 7 to 8 point gap. the rule is incumbents don't like to be under 50% this late in the game. is he right on the edge there. as we said chuck schumer has just put another 3 million in on top of 3 and a half to 4 million in democratic campaign money. showing they are nervous. what do you have to do in the final days. >> the polls we see we are even or ahead in the polls. i don't know where that poll came from. ed: real clear average of polls. >> we have to convince new jersians that i'm going to put them first. i'm somebody they can trust. my track record in the marine corps. first moo my family to go to college. biotech. i'm somebody who is going to deliver for them and put them first. independent voice for the people of new jersey. i'm a jersey guy and deliver for the people of new jersey. ed: thanks for coming. in we have reached out to
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bob menendez if he wants to come in the last time before the midterm is he welcome. saying you might want to bet republican. rachel asked wisconsin voters the issues they care most about and then asked about the president. guess what they said? we will take you there next. >> what kind of grade do you give the president on the economy? >> on the economy, an a for sure. >> that's what i see president trump doing is helping the individual. specifically from the chihuahua people. the level of details it gives you - it's incredible. connecting 20 million members to a deeper family story. order your kit at ancestry.com
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>> if you vote republican this november we will continue to cut your taxes, raise your incomes. that's what we are doing. pete: rallying supporters in
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north carolina last night. that's one of the stops he made this week. on wednesday he was on rachel's home turf in wisconsin. rachel: that's right. i went and got to speak to the voters and see what issues matter to them the most. take a look at this. >> what's the number one issue for you right now? >> the caravan. >> we're miles and miles away from the border. >> illegal immigration is really going to start tearing this country apart. it already has. it's just infuriating. it's not immigration, it's not refugees. it's an invasion. rachel: tell us what you think about the caravan. >> it hurts my heart to see so many people in desperation but it needs to be done legally. it needs to be done in an orderly fashion. we have to protect our borders. rachel: where are you from originally. >> south america peru. i'm a legal immigrant. i care about the border. we need to hear from the president. rachel: what kind of grade do you give the president on the economy. >> on the economy, an a for sure. >> how has your business improved or changed since president trump was elected.
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>> it's improved dramatically. i have seen a lot of regulations. insurance, everything destroy the individual. and that's what i see president trump doing is helping the individual. >> i have owned a small business for 9 years now. with a new president in here, my business has been doing amazing. and i contribute that to the walker and also to the president of the united states. >> i believe he has done an excellent job in bringing back manufacturing jobs. me personally i have been in manufacturing all my life. >> i'm a small business owner. i care about the economy. people are able to spend more money. if you spend more money, what happens? every business in the community benefits from it. pete: have you said it really is an a grade for the economy in wisconsin. rachel: absolutely. hard to appreciate unless you are living in that area of the country. there is a manufacturing renaissance. it is a blue collar recovery. when manufacturing goes well, that means all the other businesses are doing well. for hire signs everywhere
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with bonuses. another point brought up by the president at the rally and really appreciated by the ralliers there is dairy. the president went to wisconsin, fought for dairy. had that. ed: canada? rachel: they love him for it. pete: keeping his promises. we never see politicians who actually say what say they are going to do. rachel: might be hard for another typical politician to be elected because the results felt bike people like in this crowd they feel like it's because he is a different kind of person. not your typical politician. ed: how amazing is he, pete? is he more amazing? pete: amazingly amazing. ed: oh my gosh. pete: does that work? ed: great job. rachel: it was a lot of fun. pete: appreciate it a fox news alert. griff jenkins is traveling with the caravan in mexico. as they push closer to the u.s. border. that's coming up next. rachel: plus, geraldo rivera and candace owens are both here live coming up. grab your coffee. don't leave us. pete: more ed henry, too. [laughter]
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pete: new details about the man accused of sending more than a dozen suspicious packages to prom prom it dent democrats. ed: he's now behind bars thankfully facing up to 48 years in prison: >> mulholland agencies used double doppler into a to hunt him down. president trump: they must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. >> today's arrest is a testament to the strength of our partnerships and what we can do when we all work together. pete: president trump sending 800 troops to the southern border to stop the migrant caravan. former president obama taking a swipe at president trump on the campaign trail. >> what is at stake is politics
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and honest and lawful. >> i'm going to take a hard pass on any political advice, from barack obama. >> sliding one in the air to left center and back to the wall and it's gone! >> [applause] >> it's over. a walk off home run. >> ♪ ♪ pete: from the great state of texas. can we get tom cochran fired up? rachel: i like the radicals call flats version. pete: no we need the real one. ed: they play this on the campaign trail a lot. rachel: yes they do. they played this at the rally. ed: we're 10 days away from the mid-terms. pete: i'm super excited that red wave is going to come and crash on top of ed henry. rachel: [laughter] pete: maybe i don't know. rachel: when it crashes it's going to land. ed: i just don't want it to mess
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up my hair. rachel: i know you don't. pete: it's true mid-terms coming up everything we're talking about today colors what's going to happen as voters go to the polls. ed: we'll talk about those important issues the economy illegal immigration but first other news breaking overnight, a fox news alert. new details about the man accused of sending more than a dozen suspicious packages to prominent democrats. rachel: he's behind bars facing up to 48 years in prison and we're learning more about his long criminal past. pete: he's been talking about bombs for a long time, steve her rigan is live outside the miami detention center. >> reporter: he is in here in side that detention center expected to appear before a federal judge on monday before being moved to new york. he faces at least five federal charges that could go up and at least the potential 48 years in prison. investigators say this case is still not over. there could still be more bombs out there and they are also looking into whether he got any help. he himself has a long criminal history in south florida at least 12 arrests including four
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criminal fraud and for making a bomb threat, two key clues help ed nab him one was a fingerprint on the envelope and the other his dna was found on at least explosive devices back to you guys. ed: appreciate the reporting. interesting that many on the left immediately went to the idea that the president, because you saw the bumper stickers on that white van and all of that that it wasn't just that this man, the suspect was a supporter of the president but somehow, the president insighted violence and that is simply not true. pete: that's right. he doesn't talk like the elites. he's a little bit more blunt talking, tough words do not mean he wants violence and that's something the president articulated last night. listen, the bomb threats not okay. but we can still call out the media for their bad reporting. listen. president trump: as you know, the suspect has been captured, great job. [applause] president trump: this is finding truly a needle in a hey stack when you think about it. political violence must never ever be allowed in america
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and i will do everything in my power to stop it. everyone will benefit if we can end the politics of personal destruction. >> amen. >> [applause] president trump: we must unify as the nation in peace, love and in harmony. the media's constant unfair coverage, deep hostility, only served to drive people apart and to undermine healthy debate. ed: i said at the left is wrong when they say the president insighted the violence and they're also wrong when they call the president a nazi, a racist i understand his frustration he should pushback but i think the challenge for the president right now is to say let's end the politics and come together and have civility and the next sentence let's attack the fake news. rachel: the president wouldn't have to be talking about the media, if the media was at least trying to be a little bit fair, i mean look at the reports that have come out on their reporting
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90% negative as were in the historic economic boom as foreign policy has been going in a very positive direction, killing isis, the caliphate, you know, peace negotiations going on all over the place, north korea i mean there's lots of good news to report and yet 90% is negative what is the president supposed to do not pushback on that? pete: you can also hold two things at once and you can say do not send bombs to cnn. bad things shouldn't do it. you can also say cnn sucks and you can say the same things and those both could be true and it doesn't mean anyone is inciting violence and i think that's exactly what trump supporters understand. the elite media they like to parse words and make him look guilty. why isn't he the bernie shooter? why isn't that the hashtag on twitter? the media never does it and the articles you read i don't nowhere my failing new york times is today it always says the shooter, a registered republican in the first-line, but when it's a democrat the shooter, whose crazy and then
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paragraph 17 it goes, and he's also a democrat. they bury it for their own purposes because they have a political agenda that's what people are sick of and that's why you still hear those chants. ed: all i'm saying is if the president wants to say let's end the politics of personal destruction he's the commander-in-chief with the biggest mega en to in the entire world, he could lead the effort to actually move the conversation forward. maybe the media won't play along pete: vote for that. they didn't vote for let's talk in code talk and be nice. my friends across the aisle, no they voted for a guy who speaks the truth and the things they care about. ed: coming together on the issues too. rachel: but the point he's trying to -- ed: the politics of personal destruction does he or doesn't he? rachel: he does but you can't end the politics of personal destruction if the other side continues to do what they are doing it has to be they both coming together and say we're going to both do this it has to be both. ed: we shall broker those peace talks. pete: oh, man that's something i
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never actually thought of doing. rachel: [laughter] you might be the wrong guy for the job. pete: we've got another big story another fox news alert as hundreds of troops get ready to head to the border we're getting a closer look inside that migrant caravan. rachel: griff jenkins is in mexico. griff? griff: this is the scene heap as we look at literally the entire migrant caravan thousands on the road leaving the state and the local government putting up a roadblock before the sun came out not letting them in and they're negotiating to be let through, but you can see, yesterday we saw groups very sporadic all over the place. today the migrants made the choice among themselves to stay together to be stronger as one group, as we see them on the road and it's not just in front of me. it's also behind me. literally thousands of migrants from honduras, guatemala, el salvador trying to make their way north for them to stop, and
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they will be given temporary citizenship, some healthcare, some education here, but the offer being mostly rejected. some stepping away, but the bulk obviously as you see, trying to move forward to the united states. pete: good stuff griff right there. you know i'm watching those images all we hear from the so-called mainstream media is women and children, women and children. a lot of males in there. military age, 20, 30 year old males. you also have seen a lot of flags and they're not american flags. if you're coming to a country seeking a asylum you want to be that country not bring your country there. if you're fleeing that country and it's so terrible why are you carrying that flag with you. we're out of here i want to go to america that should be the mind set. rachel: pete there was an interview also where secretary kirstjen nielsen talked about the number of sexual assaults on girls and boys, 30% of those who cross on this journey very dangerous, 30% of the girls and women sexual assaulted almost 20 % of the boys not a lot of talk on the left about that
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happening. ed: and that's quite shocking. rachel: that's a very serious thing especially as we're in the middle of the me too movement and after we had liberals coming together for the unaccompanied children. what about these children getting sexual assaulted? ed: that's why earlier in the program, he was saying he's glad he has a commander-in-chief focused on this and focused on cracking down on illegal immigration. watch. >> until we fix these loopholes in the immigration system they won't keep coming. thank god we have a president that takes border security and law enforcement seriously and he's going to do everything he can to secure this border. the people that fail the immigration is the democrats when they support abolishing i.c.e., when people like nancy pelosi support sanctuary cities to give illegal aliens safe harbor when they don't support a wall they have failed that immigration and more importantly they have failed the american people on defending this country and protecting america. ed: don't miss something else in griff's reporting earlier, he was interviewing one of the people in the caravan. a young man who said he was
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seeking work or whatnot, saying he was seeking asylum even though as you know the definition of asylum is specific it's not clear this person could actually get asylum or it would be justified and griff said what do you do after that and he basically said i will try to get in illegally and break american law because i just want to get there whether i get asylum or not. pete: that's the truth part of what could prevent that is a wallace talked about by tom ho man. homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen was on the border yesterday talking about walls and how effective they are listen. >> walls work. that's not my opinion. it's not a tag line. it's not a political statement. it's a fact. looking at this, i would not attempt to climb it. this is the wall system that we are requesting congress to fund. pete: we've requested e-mails from you all morning about walls and immigrations and migrants to get your thoughts and they're pouring in. rachel: we have an e-mail from julie. i have no problem with immigrant
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s who come to our country legally through the process. build the wall protect our country. ed: if a stranger came to your home and demanded free medical, food and a place to stay we would slam the door and lock it. pete: that is right and from kelly says this. do walls work ask all of the democrats and hollywood stars that live behind them in their safe and secure homes. are they still saying i'll take as many migrants as possible or illegal immigrants as possible? rachel: oh, sure, sure. pete: move into my house is that still part of the conversation? rachel: i haven't heard much about it. pete: but this is where, think about the mid-terms and we're only 10 days out. issues like this will define what motivates voters and when you hear on trump rallies and on the street talks to folks between kavanaugh and the caravan there is the sense that the rule of law is innocent before proven guilty has been thrown off the table and our borders and citizenship has been devalued and for people who weren't motivated because trump is not on the ballot his agenda is in 2018. rachel: one last point rule of
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law that's why a lack of rule of law is why a lot of people are on that journey so rule of law is important. ed: good point. rachel: turning to your headlines the reward to bring a missing wisconsin teen home doubles to $50,000. authorities continuing the desperate search, missing since last monday. she vanished after a mysterous 911 call led police to find her participants shot dead in their home. they believe jamie is alive but in more danger than ever with every day that goes by. more than a thousand tips have turned up nothing. michael avanati now facing a second criminal investigation for potentially lying to congress about justice kavanaugh in a sworn statement he told lawmakers an unnamed woman saw kavanaugh spike drinks at a high school party, and that her claims backed up ones made by julie, but the woman later told nbc news she never saw it happen senator chuck grassley says his statement appears to be "out right fraud." he's asking the doj to investigate both stories.
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ed: wow. we'll see i'm going to pick it up here because i love baseball and if you're just waking up you missed the longest game in world series history, ever. the la dodgers ending a marathon against the red sox in the 18th inning. >> flies one in the air to the left center, back at the wall, and it's gone! >> [applause] >> it's over. ed: little drama there, the walk off homer giving the dodgers a 3-2 win the game lasted seven hours 20 minutes longer than the entire 1939 world series i don't think that's good for baseball boston leads the series two games to one game 4 tonight on yes, fox. don't miss it. pete: great stuff. october. all right coming up, could the spooky day of the year no longer be october 31? my theory is that we should get rid of raleigh. i could do a corollary for kids under 10, but overall we'll share your e-mails on that ahead rachel: you're going to get slammed in those e-mails.
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all the tools you need for every step of the way. make it, squarespace president trump: the actions must be prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law we all know that. >> [applause] president trump: and i want to applaud the fbi, the secret service, and all state, local, federal officials for their incredible work in this investigation. rachel: here to weigh in on the capture as well as learn more about the suspect is fox news correspondent geraldo rivera. geraldo: good morning. rachel: so pete has been making the same point this morning that you've been making on twitter which is this guy has a history of bomb scares and other threatening activity long before donald trump was in office. geraldo: his radicalism and his
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threats of using specifically bombs to kill people long pre- date president trump's career in politics. that much is true. i have to say though, for me personally, i want to apologize for speculating prior to his capture, that the evidence that was so obvious and overwhelming that he was a fan of president trump was ignored by me and by others as we conjured up theories that this was a false flag operation and it was so obvious the evidence that it could not be true. the bombs were fake, we said, i said. as it turns out i think the explosive devices would not function. i don't think that they were made to really kill or mame rather than to frighten. still, i think that i should have just kept my mouth shut along with everybody else and let the investigators do their job, but it is clear and it must be restated time and time again that this man was an
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abhorent violent, radicalized long before donald trump said anything at any rally, and i also think it is incumbent on me and others to say let's use this as a learning experience to lower the tone. you're right, everything you've said about the president, getting the worst press of any president in history. everything he does is construed in the most evil way possible. i think and on the other hand, i think too much of the cnn sucks kind of receipt rhetoric is unnecessary and unhelpful. this is a learning moment for both sides and i know it's very difficult and you pointed it out with the 10-11 days to go until the most bitterly-contested mid-term election ever. i don't expect polyanna-ish, that everybody will say okay let's be friends and vote on who got the "a" in debate as we go
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to the polling place but i do think that it is incumbent on all of us now take a deep breath let this mid-term work out, vote for whom you think best serves your interest. ed: good message this morning. geraldo: let's go forward as one country. ed: former president obama mock ing fears over that migrant caravan. >> they're trying to convince everybody to be afraid of a bunch of malnourished refugees a thousand miles away. don't fall for that kind of fear mongering. ed: lost both his legs fighting for our country overseas he's here to react to that talk next. rachel: president trump welcom ing young black conservatives to the white house candice owens was at that brand new summit she's here to talk the it live coming up, stay with us. >> ♪ ♪ icare plan is right for them. hey, that's me. i barely know where to start. well, start here with me, karen. i'm a licensed humana
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ed: we just played a practical joke on pete. it was funny. president trump heading to indianapolis this afternoon with a keynote at the future farmers of america convention and later in illinois for his fourth make america great general it this week alone. the president is rallying voters for republican congressman. and a first of its kind museum honoring our heros will open to the public in ohio. the national veterans memorial and museum is dedicated to sharing the stories of those who served our country with items like letters and home photos from soldiers. it was the vision of late ohio senator marine and astronaut john glenn. what a wonderful tribute. pete: former president obama mocked fears over migrant caravans during a rally in wisconsin on friday. watch. >> they're trying to convince everybody to be afraid of a bunch of impoverished malnourished refugees a thousand
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miles away. that's the thing that is the most important thing in his election and not whether or not folks are able to retire. suddenly, it's this group of folks we don't even know where they are. they are way down there. don't fall for that kind of fear mongering. pete: so why has the left become so against following our laws? joining us now retired u.s. marine corps bomb tech joey jones who lost both legs in a bomb blast in afghanistan. thanks for joining us so it does feel like it comes down to donald trump says i want to enforce the rule of law i think that's important to me and important to americans citizenship is important and president obama mocks that idea. >> well you know, the problem with illegal immigration has much less to do with the people in mexico or honduras as it does our ability to establish laws and follow them and know whose coming in our country and why. listen, i have zero problems with people coming here for a better life. i grew up in a town that was 78%
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hispanic within the city limits and i learned to love those people at my fellow friends but with that being said what democrats aren't truth full about is what living life in this country as an illegal or an illegitimate part of society is like. you get taken advantage of. you work harder for less money. you drive without license, you drive without learning to drive so you do things like t bone my sister and runaway. there are a lot of problems with living in the shadows and simply opening the border and turning a blind eye because it makes certain people feel better doesn't address those problems. the one thing politicians across-the-board do is you have to think for a minute, why fix something if you get elected telling people it's broken you have little incentive. president trump is actually fixing some of those thins and it scares politicians to death and it takes away issues that you don't ever intend to fix to begin with. pete: but joey, if you're told that you're heartless if you look at these images of migrants and you're not saying, welcome in. if you talk about a wall, if you talk about ending catch and
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release, if you talk about real amnesty and talk about criminals and threats to national security you're heartless. is it not, what about those american citizens that you alluded to who play by the rules and now see other people coming in through the back door? >> well if you listen to president obama's comments he talks about why are we concerned about that issue, why aren't we concerned about things like people getting jobs or being able to retire? and it's very ironic coming from the president that put more money and more debt on the backs o of future generations than all presidents before him combined. likewise, sent more troops overseas than president bush, and so when your policies don't match your rhetoric and you can't run for office any more i guess you can really say whatever you want but it doesn't really amount to much and the american people see that that's why the polls are trending in the direction they are. what politician especially republicans do wrong, even president trump is we don't, we allow politicians as americans to tell us why the immigration issue matters, and when we do that they can interject things that aren't necessarily apart of it. you can care about border
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security and people being able to immigrate at the same time. pete: sure. >> it has nothing to do with disliking or devaluing people in other countries that want to come here. it has everything to do with setting them up for success and setting us up for success when they get here, that's not what we do. we ultimately take advantage of them. we're not doing them any favors by bringing them in and making them live in a way that we don't live. pete: joey jones you may have been a marine but you're a smart dude. thank you very much for your time we appreciate it. thank you. >> thank you. pete: well a young, black conservatives making history at the white house. president trump: one day, one of you is going to be standing, it could be three or four of you, actually. >> [applause] president trump: but you're going to be standing right here. pete: could be her, candice owens was in the crowd here to talk about it live, next. and could the most spooky day of the year no longer be october 31 we have our feelings but we want to hear yours your e-mails have been pouring in coming up next.
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person. candace owens, an incredible person. but charlie may go down his greatest achievement may have been finding candace owens. ed: we were ahead of the curve on that we told you to catch can dace, welcome, candace owens. thank you guys. rachel: good morning. pete: what a big day you had at the white house and with this young black leadership summit. talk, i mean, from just feeling like you're screaming in the wilderness as a black conservative to standing in the white house being called out by the president. >> you know, it was a tremendous moment and beyond just being able to bring these people to the president because i have been talking about this black conservative movement i've seen on the underground sort of coming to the top and nobody believes me and i said you guys aren't paying attention to this they don't recognize the democrat party and they are excited because trump is not just talking he's delivering results to our community, so the
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rhetoric of the left and of their media no longer matters. we are engaged and excited and we are behind this president. rachel: candace, i was watching as well the video from outside of after the summit, there were all these young black conservatives and they had this bull horn and they were giving testimony of why they walked away from the democrat party and there was such a sense of freedom to speak their mind in what they feel. tell us about that as well because i thought that was really fascinating. >> rachel the perfect word that you just said here is liberation i can express to you how liberated we all feel. it's like once you feel like you've just released yourself from slavery it's exactly the sentiment that we felt. we feel like we've been mentally enslaved by the democratic party and there were students there that had never been on a plane. there were people there that currently live in group homes that had to borrow suits from goodwill and they came out to support the president and they got invited from the white house and they couldn't believe it. it was a beautiful moment in
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american history. ed: wow it does sound remarkable rachel: i've got chills. ed: as interesting and exciting as that was we also have another exciting moment coming up in just 10 days the mid-term elections as you know the president has been making his closing case saying this is about kavanaugh and the caravan. the previous president, whose been sort of on the sidelines, has all of a sudden returned and i bet you have something to say about him but let's listen to him first. here is how he is framing the final case for democrats, watch. >> throughout human history, certainly throughout american history, politicians have exaggerated. they make promises that they may try to fulfill but then it turns out to be harder than they expected. we have not seen before in our recent public life at least, if politicians just blatantly repeatedly baldly shame leslie lying.
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>> [applause] >> making stuff up. ed: so we thought it was interesting that the former president says the current president is making things up so we thought we would look at barack obama's record take a quick look. >> if you like your doctor you'll be able to keep your from , period. if you've got a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. >> we have communicated in no uncertain terms with every player in the region that that's a red line for us. >> did you know about hickenlooper's use of private e-mail server? >> no. >> while she was secretary of state? no. ed: how rich is it for barack obama to now be calling out lies rachel: i mean it's beyond rich. >> it's actually funny and we should enjoy it. the democrat party is scared and they are trying everything they can including bringing back one of the biggest liars in american history which is president barack obama former president barack obama. we have relieved, american is relieved to move on from him america feels like we are final ly getting our country back
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there's pride in being an american and there's actually no sound bite he can deliver that's going to stop the support for president donald trump. rachel: you said they're scared. i mean, do you really believe that the democrats are scared? is this a watershed moment that we're seeing right now and why is this moment so different? >> this moment is different because for the first time americans didn't even know that they were losing so badly until trump started delivering major wins, and it feels like we're coming together. that moment, that black americans in the room, shouting "lock her up" saying"build the wallet we're finally getting on the same page understanding that the agenda is america first. it's a wonderful agenda. honestly, trump has inspired all of us so much to fight for this country. pete: you've tapped into something free thinking for individuals who don't want to be taken for granted any longer candace owens turning point usa communications director congratulations on all you've done i'm sure more to come. rachel: thank you, candace.
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we're going to turn to some of your headlines now. hezbollah under fbi investigation under possibly misleading investors about what was supposed to be a mass- produced electric car. the wall street journal reports tesla may have lied about production speed of their model 3 vehicle. last year, ceo elon musk, did i say that right? i got it right, ed corrected me, said 20,000 of them could be made in a month, only 2,700 were made in 2017. he's closing the gap against his democratic opponent now republican senate candidate john james has a new message for the left. >> the democratic party leadership cares more about the black vote than the black people , and it's time to wake up it doesn't have to be this way. we can have a seat at both tables and we can elevate our people. rachel: several polls now have the race for the michigan seat in the san diegos, with incumbent in the lead just last month one poll had her with a 20 point advantage over james.
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yeah, he is. looking to place a bet on who wins the house in the mid-terms? the smart money could be on republicans. the sports betting site "my book ie" gives the gop better odd s of seeking the house a bet on republicans would give you a bigger pay out than democrats and the site also predicts republicans will flip senate seats in north dakota, missouri and florida. could the spookiest day of the year no longer be october 31? more than 16,000 people have signed a petition to move halloween to the last saturday en october. the effort led by the halloween and costume association argues it would be safer for children and less stressful for parents on school nights. we asked what you thought about the proposal and your comments have been pouring in. tina writing halloween is fun for children, but don't change it to a saturday. it would interfere with football ed: get their priorities straight. kenny says i think it's a great idea it is very stressful to get
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off work and rush home to get your kids ready that's a fair point. got to get the costumes ready. pete: pete says abolish halloween. wipe it off the map altogether. rachel: what a party pooper. ed: you love to take on these causes. pete: i like lost causes clearly rachel: [laughter] pete: rick richmuth you a big halloween guy? rick: do you know what i've been seeing people in costumes all week long. ed: it's true. pete: the whole month. rick: it's like a two-week long event. pete: oh, boy. rick: all right guys let's talk weather because there's a lot going on obviously we've got a big rain storm going on here take a look at the temps a cool morning across at least northern part of florida you'll be able to wear sweaters in northern areas of florida today which is going to feel nice after all of the heat we've had. you see the temps into the 40s with this storm we're dealing with it's a lot of rain it's going to be heavy at times because we have still so many leaves on the trees in what has been a pretty lackluster fall so far, a lot of those leaves are going to come down and will cause ponding and a little bit of street flooding as well as
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potentially a few power outages starting with a little bit of snow and then it turns to rain across parts of far northern new england and on the back end we'll see a little bit of snow come back in mostly just slushy wet stuff, but tomorrow looking fine, monday another less significant storm comes on in, but we will have rain to start the week as well. here is how much rain we're talking not that bad, really anywhere any big problems we have from this is along the coast and likely across some of the airports today, across north east, because of the wind causing delays. temperature wise today cool across parts of the east but central plains you're looking beautiful guys back to you inside. ed: rick i walked to work in a drizzle looks like a river behind you now. rick: it is raining really significantly right now out here pretty nice day to stay inside. rachel: good thing you have a good umbrella. rick: exactly. ed: let's go to this fox news alert. we've been talking about it for days now thousands of migrants in mexico pushing closer to the u.s. border. our next guest says the story is
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being used to weaken the very idea of american nationhood, a perspective you will not want to miss. pete: and on a bit of a lighter note it is national american beer day. so we couldn't think of a better reason to celebrate along with three craft breweries owned by veterans. we toast to those heros, coming up. >> ♪ ♪
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president trump: the democrats want to invite caravan aftercare a van of illegal aliens into our country. they want to sign them up for free healthcare, free welfare, free education, and for the right to vote. people just walk across-the-boarder because our democrat laws are no good. pete: that was president trump yesterday, taking aim at democrats over their policies on the migrant caravan and
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immigration generally. our next guest says democrats are just playing politics with the thousands of migrants march ing to our border joining us now editor of spiked online, brendan o'neill. thanks for being here. hi. pete: so your premise is that the caravan is being used as a political weapon by the left why >> i think it's being politicized and turned into a weapon against the idea of borders themselves and i think it's unfortunate that we've reached a situation where troops are having to go down to the border but i think that is unfortunately a consequence of the transformation of this caravan not simply in two people seeking asylum but into a political confrontation. i think that's been done by some democrats and being done by others on the left and i think it's being done by elements in the caravan itself one of the groups is called people without borders which is a very telling name, and i think it speaks to one of the great clashes of our time which is between people who believe in borders and believe in the nation state and others on the globalist side of politic s who don't and i think
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that's what's in this controversy. pete: if you're a globalist or left wing democrat in america today what is your border policy >> well that's a good question. i think increasingly it looks like they want to raise borders or at least weaken them or dilute them so much that they become meaningless and there is a real problem with that because if you don't have borders you can't have a nation state. pete: so their caravan policy would be come on in. >> it looks like it would be come on in but the problem i have with that primarily is that it looks like it would be come on in in order to score political points against trump. if it was come on in because you people really need asylum and it could be proven that they really needed asylum that might be a very good thing for the united states to do but what's happening here is that people have been encouraged to move closer and closer to the border in order to score points against trump, in order to weaken the idea of national sovereignty, and in order to make a statement about borders in the 21st century so they are being used as a political weapon that's very cynical. pete: and having i believe you're from the uk correct?
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>> uh-huh. pete: are we just a few years behind things the sort of borderless eutopia that europe wanted? >> we had a similar situation in europe over the past few years where a huge vast numbers of migrants were invited in particularly by angela merkel the leader of germany and that was done for virtual-signaling purposes to show she's a good caring leader and the consequences have been pretty dire. there are now cultural tensions across europe. a lot of people feel an tag on ized by these developments. i think i'm generally in favor of immigration. i'm the son of immigrants. my parents migrated from ireland to britain. i know immigration can be a beneficial thing, but it has to be done in a reasoned, democratic way. i think what the left does too often is tries to override democracy and encourage free movement. pete: and does assimilation and allegiance to the country you're going to ultimately matter as well? >> matters very much and i think one of the problems we
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have in europe is that we invite huge numbers of people but we refuse to encourage them to assimilate and in fact assimilation is now seen as a bad word a form of racism in essence so we have these huge numbers of people who are on the outskirts of society who don't share our values, often don't work, and that creates a huge amount of tension so i think that the u.s. needs to look at europe and realize that if you want immigration it needs to be done in a fair, reasoned way rather than in this rash politicized way. pete: brendan o'neill editor of spiked online thank you very much for your time. >> thank you. pete: all right, rachel? i believe it's national beer day is that true? rachel: or pete day. [laughter] pete: [laughter] rachel: it's national american beer day. so we couldn't think of a better way or reason to celebrate along with three craft breweries owned by veterans, we raise a glass to these heros. that's coming up next. >> ♪ ♪
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todd: today is a real holiday it's national american beer day and we're introducing you to three toast-worthy craft brewer ies owned by veterans joining us first from 14th star brewing company in saint albans, vermont, sargent first class, did i get that right? so you're still in the national guard thank you for your continued service. where did you come up with the idea to start a brewery? >> my best friend and i served in iraq and afghanistan together and we lived on a patrol base way out from any other support,
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so we didn't have any running water or electricity, so on our down time -- pete: lots of time to talk. yes, we started developing the plan, while we were down not doing patrols just trying to keep our minds busy coming up with something that we wanted to do afterwards when we left the service and we wanted to carry that service over into what we did next, and beer just happens to be the mechanism for that. pete: it's a perfect one. >> 14 star is the 14th state in the state of vermont so the big star in the middle is what we used to hang up because we didn't get our own flag. pete: check it out this is closed, i wear. 14th star. rachel: [laughter] pete: rachel over to you. rachel: this is the backward flag brewery. a brewery dedicated to high quality craft beer and helping veterans, torrie fisher is an army national guard veteran and she gave me this to try you said it's a sweet potato? and i tried it i'm not a huge
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beer drinker and it's delicious and i said wow this is like a chick beer and she goes yeah, look it's brewed by chicks. [laughter] so this is the rugged road beer? tell us a little bit about it. it's a brown ale that we actually brewed in collaboration with the non-profit called backpacks for life and we're actually releasing that beer tomorrow but it's part of the florida salt series which is series of cans that we do where we collaborate with other veteran organizations that exist for the purpose of progressing veterans forward. we designed a beer around them and then donate a portion of the profits to them. rachel: you're here with your partner she's over there and what is it about veterans that makes them great entrepreneurs? >> being in the military definitely gives you a lot of great attributes that you want, leadership having the ability to bounce back, complete impossible tasks it's everything that you need to be a business owner. ed: finally, we have tattered
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flag brewing from middletown, pennsylvania, pat de lvin is the ceo and co-owner and there's a story behind this. >> yeah, so i would carry a flag with me on some of our operations and it would come back a little weathered and worn but still stood for its ideals and character. ed: what a great symbol and you've got india pale ale, and you have these glasses that of course say tattered flag but they feel like you're holding a beer can even though it's glass. how cool is that? >> it's cool. it's a natural feel, right, to have a beer can in your hands. ed: for pete especially but you're not just selling beer but all of the gear that goings with it, it seems like the public is really responding supporting a lot of veterans with the glasses and hats real quick. >> absolutely and they love the atmosphere and we're very veteran-centric. ed: thanks for your service more
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pete: hears to national american beer day. ed: jackson will perform the after the show show. pete: join us tomorrow. see you sunday. now that the mail bombing suspect is behind bars, the blame game is on. before he mailed the packages he tweeted a threat to one of our regular guests, rochelle richie, she's here and she's not happy with twitter. a new poll showing republican john james closing in on michigan democrat senator can he block the blue wave? he's here, and so is arizona congressman andy biggs, he's become sending more u.s. troops to the border, as the migrant caravan keeps heading toward our border, all that and a live report from the caravan in mexico, cavuto live starts right

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