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jillian: todd just wants to eat. carley: don't invite any of us over. rob: thank you so much. we will call this a newscast. i think it was one. jillian: happy thanksgiving, everyone. >> enjoy your bird. >> human stampede at the border. fox has learned exclusively things could escalate. >> giving general mattis authority for to the troops there to use lethal force if necessary. >> our asylum system is a joke. thank goodness we have a president who is trying to tackle it. >> chief justice john roberts is directly contradicting the president tonight on the subject of judicial bias. >> president trump follows a long line of presidents who have attacked judges. john roberts ought to grow up. >> millions of people lining the streets of new york city for the macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> e. as the nypd steps up security. >> nypd says some of its dogs can now pick up the scent of explosives from
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hundreds of feet away. >> speak with american heroes sacrificing their thanksgiving with their families, planning on shipping 300,000 pounds of turkey around the world. who says you can't go home ♪ who says you can't go back ♪ all around the world ♪ as a as a matter of fact. ♪ only one place that i want to go. rachel: you are here, happy thanksgiving, everybody. ed: griff is in the studio. griff: i have new york city hair which has become a thing. maybe my favorite thing in the entire world along with the thanksgiving ed henry ensemble. it was ed henry that taught me to wear a pocket square. we have a thanksgiving time pocket square. i feel like a million bucks. rachel: they taught us when we were at the store spent a significant amount of time how to match the tie. it can't be too matchy matchy.
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look at this. that's what they told us. and, you know, they taught us roughier, messier. ed: i have to be honest with you, when you are at the border and first live shot your hair is like all the way down you haven't combed it all the 7:00 slicked back a little bit. 8 slicked back. in the studio it looks amazing from the first minute. rachel: tijuana. griff: not only give you turkey tips today. how to dress properly. the new york city hair the tie. ed: dress for the thanksgiving table. he is going to be the person you look up to. rachel: he is we will be looking at your photos. email us your photos from thanksgiving. we want to see them. email them to friends@foxnews.com. ed: we would love if you throw in there what you are thankful for this year.
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talk about your family a little bit. we mentioned the butter ball folks. rachel: that's what i wanted to talk about. that's exciting. we have the butter ball lady here. she is going to tell us everything. ed: beth summers is here. email us your last-minute turkey day questions. again, friends@foxnews.com. rachel: she will be here all morning to answer all your questions. email them in. we will get them and he live on television. griff: daunting to cook at thanksgiving. don't change the channel for all three hours. you may be rescue you had. a story get me in trouble off the bat. married 20 years. very first year firemen came to our house. i will tell the story later.
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griff: president trump giving the green light to expand the military mission on the border as thousands of migrants wait to claim asylum. rachel: the plan includes using force, if there is an attack. ed: big story and garrett tenney is live in washington with more. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all and happy thanksgiving to you. new order from the white house allows the military to have expanded powers on the border protect border patrol agents and briefly detain migrants. defense secretary james mattis told reporters the order won't significantly change the troop's role at the border. they real main unarmed and if border patrol agents come under attack, military police armed with shields and batons could step in to help. mattis said if troops are given powers to detain migrants though, it would only be for a few minutes, describing it this way. if someone is beating on a
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border patrolman and we were in a position to do something about it, we could stop them from beating on them and take them over and deliver them to a patrolman who would then arrest them for it the important caveat here this new order allows secretary mattis to expand the military's duties. he says that will only happen if the department of homeland security requests it and at this point it hasn't happened. rachel, griff and ed. rachel: so many different reports. tornadon the one hand they could use force on the other hand -- ed: lethal force is an option if the situation gets out of control on the border. this is more to help protect border patrol agents. griff: it's a cabinet order, right? so the white house has issued this to stay within the bounds of the 1878 order which basically says under our constitution that you are not going to let the
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military take action. it's the home landing. at the end of the day, you have this sort of unprecedented swelling on the border. you have assaults on our border a patrol that happen every single day. many of them don't get reported. i have been down there. they talk about the fact that they are being insulted. that's why in garrett's report he said if the military does intervene it will only be for a few minutes to get control of the situation. because, without something in place to properly secure the situation,. rachel: border patrol do it themselves? why do they need the military backup? griff: it's a numbers game. 2 to 8,000 people swelling across the border and they start to assault, remember, our border patrol, who get up every single day many of them on patrol right now, are not facing just families looking to surrender themselves at points other than point of entry, but also narcotics, drug deals, smugglers, they have skin in the game. they want to fight back.
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ed: president trump has been saying going back to the 2016 campaign these border patrol agents are under assault. it's essentially an invasion. have you heard the mainstream media say that's not true. secretary mattis has gone down to the border to say yes we are moving forward with this order. that suggests to me that the defense secretary believes that these border patrol agents need support and logistical help and remember the u.s. military is the greatest fighting force in the world, if you need logistical help, they he would be the ones to turn to in a situation like this. this also ties into the battle the president had yesterday with chief justice john roberts. you had this federal judge in the ninth circuit out west which often gives very liberal decisions blocking the president from saying that if you are seeking asylum you have to go through certain centers at the border. this judge saying no you can't do that called him obama judge.
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griff: step back for a second. as you mentioned ports of entry. we have them for a reason so can you come legally in here and the president has gotten a lot of praise from the border patrol in particular saying please help us drive traffic to that port of entry. now, there is the pro-immigration folk folks that say no, we don't have time to wait in line. we will go across the river and around the fence and claim anyway and claim asylum. the president takes the step and say we no longer allow to you claim asylum if you cross illegally. if you commit the crime crossing illegally, you have a judge out in san francisco that's going to rule not only in the case of a california situation but he is going to rule universally across the border anywhere. rachel: this is how chief justice roberts responded to president trump's criticism of that judge. he said we do not have obama judges or trump judges. bush judges or clinton judges. what we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their
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level best to do equal rights to those appearing before them. that independent judiciary is something we should all be thank will for. ed: pretty extraordinary statement from the chief justice. the president was back on twitter to fire back sorry chief justice john roberts you do indeed have obama judgment and they have a much different point of view than the people who are charged with the safety of our country. it would be great if the 9th circuit was indeed a quote unquote independent judiciary. but if it is why so many opposing views on the border and cases filed there and vast nun of cases overturned. please study the numbers. they are shocking. we need protection and security. these rulings are making our country unsafe and very dangerous and unwise. you see liberal groups going venue shopping. they say we want to block the travel ban. we want to go after this asylum issue. let's go to the 9th circuit. it's very liberal out in san francisco. >> we will block the president. later on down the road the 9th circuit gets obliterated
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because their opinion is not actually going to hold water. rachel: right. griff: interesting to me that chief justice roberts would attack president trump and paint him in the light that he is the first to criticize the supreme court because president obama himself. ed: absolutely. griff: here is president obama criticizing the supreme court. listen. >> last week the supreme court reversed a century of law that i believe will open the flood gates for special interest, including foreign corporations. [applause] >> to spend without limit in our election. i'm confident that the supreme court will not take what will be an unprecedented extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected congress. ed: look, if democrats think the judiciary is so independent and they want to be so fair, why were they
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weaponizing 36-year-old information against brett kavanaugh to try block him to getting on the supreme court. this is ideological game. they know it the president fired back on twitter. meanwhile, the last president was in the rose garden and was at a state of the union address going after the supreme court. so, come on. rachel: another example of the double standard. they both did the same thing and criticized the supreme court but only donald trump gets called out by it i want to just mention. when you appoint a judge, all of us have biases. all of us lean conservative or more liberal. you have conservative and liberal judges. the difference is whether have you an activist judge. if you are following the constitution, you can be conservative but you follow the constitution. the problem, i think, is that so many liberal judges follow their heart and their ideology instead of the constitution. that's the problem. and that's the problem the president is trying to talk about. griff: with the powers invested in me i'm going to toss to jillian mele. >> hello, happy
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thanksgiving. good to be here with you guys. get you caught up on some of the headlines we are following. new overnight. 300 passengers stranded for hours when their train splits in two. amtrak cars coming apart near new york state capital on one of the coldest days of the year. passenger heard a pop and smelled electrical burning no. one was hurt and another train took passengers to new york city. it's unclear what caused the problem. a.a.a. expects 54 million americans to travel 50 miles or more for the holiday. the woolsey fire in california finally contained after burning for nearly two weeks. that area near malibu isn't out of the woods yet. rainstorm today could trigger dangerous mud slides. up north the rain forcing camp fire evacuees out of their shelters. complicate search efforts around the state. 86 people are confirmed dead and 700 are still unaccounted for. today president trump will speak with american heroes, sacrificing their thanksgivings with their
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family to serve our country. even though they are not at home. our troops will still get special dinners. hipping 300,000 pounds of turkey around the world. 81,000 pies. 7800 gallons of eggnog. that's a look at your headlines. that sounds like a party. ed: it's not spiced. jillian: we do thank them for their service during the holidays. ed: a deepening murder mystery a family of four found dead in burned mansion in new jersey. now the homeowner's brother is charged with setting his own home on fire. is there a connection? we are digging into the investigation. this mystery next. griff: plus, it could be the coldest macy's thanksgiving day parade ever. we are live along the parade route. will the balloons fly? they could crash. there is high winds. hopefully not. stay tuned ♪ we will wake up all the
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ed: couple and two kids found dead in mansion fire part a devastating mystery in new jersey. the brother of the homeowner has now been arrested for setting his own home on fire just hours earlier in the same day. could there be a connection? here to weigh in.
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former police officer and former mafia prosecutor joe peters. good to have you here. >> good to be here, ed. ed: keith, he, his wife and two kids, their house is set on fire. and when the police got there turns out that the wife and kids had been stabbed inside. the husband is outside and he was shot. in addition to home being set on fire and burned down and now paul canaro is in custody. what in the world happened. >> it's a very strange and bizarre circumstance. paul canaro earlier in the day it's been alleged and enhas been arrested for it set his own home in fire. ed: several miles away. >> miles away they survive. fire is put out. seven hours later it's discovered his brother's keith house's is ablaze. inside keith's wife and two children are found stabbed and burned. ed: we are showing that in colts neck, new jersey. i understand bruce
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springfield owns a house. >> affluent. ed: people have a lot of property horse country in new jersey. in initial reports i had heard about the fire. i didn't realize i thought they had potentially died from the fire. you are saying they were stabbed inside. >> they were murdered first, the wife and children in the house. the brother was murdered. he was found outside the house but with gunshot wounds. >> so the two brothers owned a couple of businesses together. consulting company, a tech company, i believe, and a pest company. what if you are an investigator trying to piece this together. you see two fires. the murders, where do you start? >> the good news is and not to use that word because there is no good news here but it's a closed circle. you don't have a random killer or victims that you need to identify. you still have to identify the bodies inside the house sadly before you can charge a murder. so, depending on how badly they are burned. fingerprints could be gone. next go to dental records
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and finally d.n.a. even inside bone marrow. ed: in terms of motive? >> they were in business together. two businesses that's motive number one. could be a personal situation between their families and, again, this is pure speculation. one of them could have been involved in something. the other wasn't happy with. ed: go through text messages. >> phone, text, emails, voice messages. a lot of times if someone is threatening the other, the other will save the voice message. so you go through those. and out of that will come, i believe, a murder charge. ed: joey, appreciate you coming in and piecing this together for us. we will have you back when we learn more about the case. ed: you heard chief justice and president trump going at it why andy sells the chief justice got it flat wrong. he's next. expect from shark, and our newest robot vacuum is no exception. from floors to carpets, it tackles all kinds of debris,
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♪ >> some quick headlines, lawmakers unveiling several bills to legalize pot across the state. if passed, they would allow people 21 or older to buy recreational lead. expand the state's medical marijuana program and increase taxes on the drug as well as speed up expungement for people with pot-related crimes. there is no more waiting for pot in massachusetts. the drugs see a lot off green first week of legal sales. $440,000 worth of pot was bought on the first day alone. ed: i see what you did there. green. money. rachel: monumental feud erupting as president trump fires back at chief justifiable roberts. roberts issuing an extraordinary rebuke of the commander-in-chief. obama's judges remark. so how will this play out? ed: here to weigh in former
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district attorney for the southern district of new york contributing editor of national review andrew mccarter. happy thanksgiving, sir. rachel: happy thanksgiving. >> good morning, happy thanksgiving. ed: you were an early propony negligent of this idea that these are obama judges on the 9th circuit outer west and some of their decisions have been down right absurd. >> to say that they are obama judges is like saying the sky is blue. you know, it's not really rocket science to figure it out. look, these are transnational, progressives in the obama mold. that's the reason they were picked. reason they were put on the bench. our hope on the conservative side is that president trump was going to put conservatives on the bench who would have a conservative judicial philosophy for, you know, 10, 20, 30 years after the president is out of office. that's the way it works. but the obama judges are of
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a particular bent of mind where they are very sympathetic to open borders claims. the whole idea of national sovereignty is something that they sees a passe and they want to push the needle more in the direction of global organizations. and they think of the constitution rather and the courts rather than the place where americans go to protect themselves from government action and other action. they think of the constitution as kind of a global charter of rights that everybody can use, including use as protection against the united states government and the national security measures that our elective representatives take. it's just a philosophy of governance. griff: andrew, let me focus real quick. we are talking about one federal judge in the ninth circuit in san francisco simply as it relates to president and this asylum issue. are we seeing an unprecedented level of
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judicial activism, specifically out of this court that the president was criticizing. >> well, i don't know if it's unprecedented. you are seeing a lot of judicial activism. we had a lot of judicial activism, for example, in the 60's and 70's. you get the space of judicial activism. guess when it happens? when left wing judges are spread throughout the courts and i would point out in 8 years obama put 329 of these judges on the federal bench. we all look at the supreme court where the action is in federal litigation is in the lower federal courts where most of the rulings are made. but if it wasn't targeted. why do you think people would go to these particular courts to bring these suits? rachel: right. how has trump done in terms of putting his judges n federal level? >> is he doing it -- rachel, is he doing a terrific job. they have gotten, in terms of a two-year period, they got close to a record, if not a record number of
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judges on the circuit courts of appeal. now, there are a lot of vacancies on the district courts. i think there is 111 the last time i looked. really vital to fill those. as long as you have divided congress, the one thing they can get done is to get these judges confirmed. ed: he has a bigger majority in the senate to fill those judicial vacancies. real quick, is it smart for the president politically to take on chief justice roberts. you need him on other issues. >> you know, ed, i don't want to blame president trump here because i think it was unseemly for the chief justifiable to go after the president if the first place these are 5 to 4 cases. president trump is giving incentive to vote with the left block, if it does the supreme court stops being the place where president trump can block the judicial
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activism. ed: very important point to make. andrew mccarter thanks for breaking it down like that. we appreciate it. griff: happy thanksgiving. >> thank you. happy thanksgiving. ed: iran sending down right chilling warning overseas. new threat involving missiles, that's next. griff: i'm very concerned about this. will the macy's thanksgiving day parade blunsz fly today? adam klotz is the guy along the route. >> griff, i know you are really excited about. this patrol back behind me along with 15 giant balloons? will they fly in the winds are getting right up around that level. i will be talking about that story coming up after the break ♪ party in the u.s.a. ♪ everybody is looking at me now ♪ like
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♪ ♪ ed: we are only seeing police vehicles and v.i.p. motorcades. isn't that a beautiful shot. it's just amazing. i have my family in town. we are all excited to see this parade and we are hoping it goes well. ed: flag right in the middle outside our building that looks awesome begins radio city and the christmas lights. rachel: absolutely. griff: can't wait to talk to adam klotz about this wind. ed: good we have pictures. griff: alison out of massachusetts thankful for three little girls who inspire every day. rachel: i'm inspired looking at that photo. it's beautiful. ed: carol's 5-year-old granddaughter rosy wrote in her diary last night how excited to see family and turkey and mashed potatoes
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this thanksgiving. sounds like she is learning pretty early. rachel: those little notes you save forever. glenn from michigan is thankful for his family made possible by god. amen to that thanks for emailing those and send us more of those photos. we want to see them. >> friends@foxnews.com. rachel: friends@foxnews.com: today is expected to be the coldest thanksgiving in a century. i brought the cold weather from wisconsin down here to new york city. it's antarctic blast and heavy winds could ground the balloons at the macy's thanksgiving day parade. ed: we sent adam klotz. we should have sent griff. he wants to be standing next to you doing color commentary. >> griff, well, i'm glad that you are loving it. i'm loving it i think i actually might have some good news for you guys. this is what is going to be coming up. i want to start with those balloons thawrve talking about. that's behind me.
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that'the nypd have set up devics all along the parade route talking about are we going to fly these. the criteria is 23 mile-per-hour winds consistently or 34 minor gusts. so far this morning we have not reached that criteria. so it is seeming as though these are going to get to fly. i would like to dive into some of our weather maps. i have been tracking some of these gusts throughout the morning and currently we have looked at gusts getting up only into the mid 20's or so. that's the case at both of the area airports. now, when you add in that wind, it is going to be cold. folks who are going to be outside, they are going to be dealing with some cold temperatures it feels like in a lot of cases here across new england getting down into single digits. unfortunately, that isn't going to be changing for us. the cold air temperatures are going to be here. griff, that's your good news. it does seem as though the winds are going to be low enough that they will be able to fly these big balloons. on top of that, yeah, it's cold. we will heat up. we have the pentonix,
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sugarland. i'm rattling all these things off to make you more and more jealous. that's what i'm going for here. griff: 1971 was the last time they grounded balloons. there is three and a half million people lining the streets. it's a big deal. i have to ask you, adam. what is the coldest part of your body now. ed: answer carefully. adam: it's my feet. what do you mean don't answer? what do you think i'm going to say. my feet. ed: i thought you were going to say your nose. rachel: behind is you pau patrol. i have a 2-year-old that is going to flip out because is he on sellsed with th obsessed w patrol. warm up. ed: we told you we have a butter ball expert beth summers is in our green room answering your questions. we are already getting questions, wyeth. this comes from maria in columbus, ohio. what's the best way to cook a turkey so it's juicy. what makes it juicy?
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>> that's a really great question. we get that a lot at the butter ball turkey talk line. all you need to do is use a meat thermometer to cook your turkey to the perfect temperatures. 170 in the breast. and 180 in the thy. ithigh.it will be warm juicy. rachel: have a meat thermometer. >> oh say i will willing the leg when it falls off it's done or juices run clear it's done. those two things when it happens. it's way above the temperatures it needs to be at. your meat thermometer is your best friend. griff: this is the universal question on thanksgiving day. every chef will cross this threshold whether they want to or not. to stuff or not to stuff. >> it's like the eternal question. so, for me, the answer is definitely stuff. i think this depends on how you group and what your mom did and if you liked her turkey you want to do hers.
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it's absolutely okay and safe to stuff your turkey but, again, you need to use your meat thermometer because your stuffing isn't safe to eat until the stuffing is 165 degrees. so if you stuff your turkey it's safe. just check the stuffing itself for the temperature. rachel: my husband won't eat the stuffing if it's not the one from the bird. >> i love that. rachel: here is another question. a lot of people are tricked how often do you need to baste or do you need to baste. >> if you buy a butter ball tucker you don't need to baste it it's prebrianed for you. super moist and juicy. think about it this way. your turkey's skin is like a rain coat. when you pick up juices or spoon them or put them back over the turkey. it just rolls back off into the bottom of the pan. it doesn't penetrate into the meat itself. all have you done is opened up the oven door, let a lot of heat out and prolonged your cornerbacking time. griff: throwing something out there. when you baste you are not actually moist ter rising
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and making more moist. >> isn't your mind blown. that's the truth it doesn't do anything. rachel: making your cooking time. give us more questions. we have -- beth will be here for the whole show, correct? >> that's right. rachel: email us at friends at foxnews.com. i'm sure you have more questions for her. ed: stuff or not to stuff? jillian: i'm vegetarian mashed potatoes all day long. rachel: one of those millennials whether to put it in a microwave. jillian: i'm quite not that young. oh god, i don't want to die, those are the chilling last words written by american missionary hours before being killed by isolated raiice isolatedtribe. john allen chal tried making contact with the tribes men. when he arrived he yelled yet quote my name is john i love you and jesus loves you. it's not clear how he was
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killed. iran sending a message to the u.s. carriers and bases are within reach of our missiles. a commander in the iranian revolutionary guard threatening targets in united arab emirates and tehran saying qui hit them if they move. tensions have been rising with iran since president trump pulled out of the obama era nuclear deal in may. you have to see this story, a good samaritan races into action to catch a baby thrown from a burning building. >> the babies parents punching out a window and fossaing the baby as their dallas home filled with fire. >> drop i will catch the baby. she finally trusted me and i caught the baby. jillian: the cause of the fire is under investigation. no one is killed. >> just when a city thinks they found the perfect christmas treerks everything
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goes wrong. watch this. top of the 55-foot blue spruce snaps off as it was cut down in youngstown, ohio. two trees, mini tree the top. two for the price of one. rches. >> it's an amazing 50-foot tree. make lemonade. >> still a beautiful tree no, question. griff: tree guy you had one job. not fair. not fair. ed: better to happen before it was decorated. rachel: that is a good point, ed. griff: it's been a year stuffed with politics. who are the top political turkeys of the year? we're counting down the top five. ed: you cannot miss that speaking of turkeys, we have griff -- no, we have a deep fried turkey in the studio. bass pro shops and cabella's is going to show us how coming up.
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♪ jillian: happy thanksgiving to you. welcome back. we have some thanksgiving headlines for you now. detroit lions fans don't have to sacrifice turkey for football. ford field will sell thanksgiving pizzas topped with tuckery, cranberry stuffing and gravy. what do you think about that? this is perfect if you want to skip dinner and go straight to desert. saw and straw thanksgiving flavors like turkey and cornbread stuffing. if you don't live nearby one of their locations you will have to have it ships which could cost more than 100 bucks. turkey flavored ice cream? what do you guys think? ed: no. [yuck] ed: i love turkey but not in ice cream.
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rachel: expert says the bird in your oven isn't only the turkey this thanksgiving. he has a whole list of turkeys of 2018. ed: here to break it down g.o.p. political strategist co-author of the great revolt brad todd. brad, you had an easy job this year. every year we try to do the political turkeys. i feel like a little easier. just had this election where stacey abrams won't give. >> in and sour grapes, you know. end political career. we don't make cranberriy sauce out of sour grapes it's a career-ender. ed: in fairness to her she said she wanted all the votes counted. they were doing that she believes there was voter fraud and obviously the governor elect brian kemp says there is no evidence of that. >> here is the risk to stacey abrams. the longer she prolongs blaming anything on what happened other than the voters making their decision, the voters are going to believe she is blaming them. if she wants to have a
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continued political career, the better way is to go out gracefully. accept the decision of the voters and come back and fight another day. he had. griff: all right, brad. who else do you have on this list? >> dianne feinstein has to be on this list. before the kavanaugh affair in late accept, democrat enthusiasm was much higher. republican edge enthusiasm bounced back. that probably allowed the republicans to gain two seats in the senate and dubai feinstein misplayed that. rachel: you say bill nelson is a turkey. >> i do. bill nelson is well past retirement age. he probably should have gone to one voluntarily rather than make the voters send him there. griff: a little one sided now. is this a bipartisan list. >> it is. republican donors definitely belong on the turkey list this year. if you look at the 3 dozen or so seats the democrats flipped in the u.s. house, the republicans were outspent by $86 million. if you look at places like oklahoma 5 or california 48 on the west coast, democrats outspent republicans by about triple.
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republican donors asked for a tail whipping this year and they got it. ed: what about you say florida democratic primary voters are on the list as well. >> florida democrats had a very competitive primary for governor. a lot of really high profile candidates. they ended up choosing andrew gillum. and andrew gillum had more baggage than hotel bell captain. in the end other candidates might have won that race and andrew gillum lost it. ed: he didn't lose by a lot. >> sea very energetic candidate but the problem was his ideology was too far left. city under fbi investigation. too much baggage. that's why i say almost any other candidate probably wins that case. ed: moderate democrat probably would have won. griff: i would add to your list election supervisor in florida. a few weeks covering it. ed: any names come to mind. >> we did there might be a whole poultry farm down there, ed.
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♪ rachel: all morning long bass pro shops and cabella's here to celebrate thanksgiving. griff: here to kick things off they are going to show us how to deep fry a turkey. ed: a trend safe way luke snyder. good morning. >> good morning, happy thanksgiving. ed: before we get to the
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turkeys you have all kinds of christmas goodies and getting people into the holiday spirit. almost like thanksgiving is gateway. >> everybody is starting to put their lights up. we are open until 5:00 today. santa is in the building. all those pictures are free of charge. rachel: visit santa with the kids. >> absolutely. we do it right bass pro cabella's. so big six day sale. tomorrow is black friday. awesome deals tons of stuff. eat your tuckery, come see santa and do shopping. griff: what time are they open tomorrow? >> 5:00 a.m. ed: black friday starts early. rachel: friars are 50% off. >> under 50 bucks. different way from the conventional way cooking and burn. ed: we have video of people doing it the old way. >> the wrong way. he had. >> oh, gosh. ed: these are fire departments that are trying
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to show people how not to do it and this happens all the time where people put a big fat tucker i don't into a big vat of hot oil and it displaces the oil and this can be what happens. >> we want this bird to definitely have had its last flight. we don't want it to blow up. what we're talking about that. this bird right here. i will let you do. this we have all kinds of different marinades here. this is one of my favorites is cajun seasoning. griff: hold on. so we're going to get some of this. now, by the way, when ed talked about the exploding turkeys we were showing, this one is not frozen. that plays a part in that, right? >> that's correct. we heat this thing to 350 degrees. can you get this bird cooked in under 20 minutes. rachel: that's awesome. >> it seals all the juices. rachel: the thawing is the longest part. >> right. you definitely want to lower this bird in slowly. that's the trick. ed: griff does that. rachel: where should he inject it. >> just anywhere.
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you cannot put enough. ed: stick it in there? griff: i feel like i'm hurting it. >> no flame. all electric. you set a timer. you don't have to worry about running thanksgiving. griff: one shot? >> you can't get enough of that when we drop this bird in here in a minute it will seal all those juices. rachel: do garlic and butter. >> the evening right here. if you want to do it. it's a mountain man. griff: one more squirt and you are going to drop it in, luke. look for the door just in case it blows up. rachel: i have got see this. this is for indoors? >> it is. indoors. you don't have to worry about any open flame. you don't have to worry about this video we just watched. here we go. >> lose that paper towel. rachel: slow, right? >> nice and slow. you will hear it. rachel: how should it stay in there. >> 20 minutes.
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rachel: is it okay that it's not covered totally by oil? >> seal juices. the whole wizard doesn't have to be covered in oil. we have some here to sample if you guys would like. so, yeah. we are open. rachel: we will check back later and taste this bird that you injected. ed: griff's first thanksgiving with his wife didn't go well the fire department was called. howe to do it safely. sasanta's wonderland store near you. bass pro.com/santa. self-proclaimed master legislator just picked off another. is the never nannies movement starting to collapse? rachel: charlie kirk and corey lewandowski and carley shimkus all here live ♪ ♪ turn your tv off
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griff: president trump giving the green light as use force. >> protect border patrol agents. ed: president trump and chief john roberts going at it over politicization of the courts. >> like saying the sky is blue, it's not rocket science. >> alexandria ocasio-cortez is backing nancy pelosi to reclaim the speaker's gavel. >> have a tremendous tricks to makcontribution to make up against something they have no idea what's going to wash down on them. >> straw and ice cream company offering thanksgiving inspired flavors like tuckery, sweet potato casserole and
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cornbread stuffing. carley: do you want that? todd: no. ♪ ♪ let's get loud note turn the music up ♪ and hear that sound ♪ let's get loud. ed: never heard club music on thanksgiving. rachel: come to my home a lot of latin playing when we are cooking. ♪ rachel: a little salsa and spice. griff: jlo's turkey day party. rachel: we were just injecting tuckerys and trying them. one of the liquids that they had was jalapeño and butter. you can really spice it up. griff: absolutely. ed: talking about spicing it up we have floats riding down behind us in a couple hours macy's day parade right down sixth avenue. you don't normally see sixth avenue wide open like that. it's usually snarled with traffic. griff: it's the 92nd annual thanksgiving day parade. and there is going to be three and a half million people along the lines. this year it's really cold
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and it's windy. if it gets 34 miles per hour, they have to ground the balloons for safety. rachel: really special this year because there is going to be eight little duffys going to be watching the macy's day parade. they are so excited. they have a little bit of an inner, you know, hook up here if it gets too cold i can let them watch from the windows. ed: we have nice windows here. what are you thankful for here? friends@foxnews.com. we have experts from butter ball. that's summer. live in our greeting room. to stuff or not to stuff. these are the great questions oquestions of the day. rachel: in the kitchen. beth is here. she is ready to save thanksgiving. griff: that's right. if you are up watching us, do not turn the channel off. we will go to beth and help you. ed: turkey news. griff: i'm thankful 20 years ago in the first year of our
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marriage my wife didn't burn the house down with the turkey. i will tell that story later. rachel: it's a good one. it involves firefighters. griff: there is news. we must do that president trump giving the green light to military mission on the border as thousands of migrants wait to claim asylum. rachel: cabinet order hanged down to the department of defense includes using force if there is an attack. ed: defense secretary james mattis just back from the border says it does not change the mission but quote if someone is beating on border patrolman and if we were in a position to have to do something about it, we could stop them from beating on them and take them over and deliver them to patrolmen who would then arrest them for it so you can see the president continuing this effort to crack down on illegal immigration through every single lever he can within the government. griff: of course, the critics of the president pointing quickly to that the military does not use force on our homeland. the point that the administration is making is that while we have the
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military advise and assist in logistics capacity, if one of our border patrolmen who is being outnumbered by the overwhelming numbers showing up on the mexican side, they are going to at least secure the situation. ed: they will have some backup. rachel: when you were down there, you saw it first hand, griff, could you see from what you saw the capacity or the potential for violence? griff: as an observation, i have numerous times witnessed the assault of part-time coming across the border on our border patrol. remember, they are facing now with this migrant caravan upwards of 8 maybe more thousand folks coming. they are saying not happy port of entry and don't want to wait in line. they don't know what they're going to face. almost like being on the football in the nfl like right on the line and you don't know what's coming across that you have got to bring everything have you got because security and safety is primary concern. ed: so this cabinet order, one lever the president is using on executive basis. another was trying to make
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sure that those seeking asylum would actually go through ports of entry as griff was pointing out last hour. well, a federal judge out in california, the 9th circuit usually comes up with very liberal decisions decided to block the president. you saw the president a couple days back tell reporters before he headed down to palm beach for the thanksgiving holiday that this was an obama judge and that in the long run, the president thinks he is going to win on this issue. chief justice john roberts, you see him there, took the extraordinary step of putting out a statement yesterday pushing back on the president saying, quote: we do not have obama judges or trump judges, bush judges or clinton judges. what we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them. that independent judiciary is something we should all be thankful for. the president fired back pretty quickly. rachel: he sure did. he tweeted sorry chief justice roberts do you indeed have obama judges and they have a much different point of view than the people charged with the safety of our country. it would be great if the
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ninth circuit was indeed an independent judiciary, but if it is, why are so many opposing view on border and safety cases filed there? and why are a vast number of those cases overturned? please study the numbers. they are shocking. we need protection and security. these rulings are making our country unsafe. very dangerous and unwise. griff: you know, in the last hour we had andrew mccarter who is a former u.s. attorney in the southern district of new york. he was pointing -- asking him about judicial activism which appears to many happening out in mexic mexico nw mexico in ninth circuit. obama judges, obama had this to say. >> transnational progressives in the obama mold, that's the reason they were picked. it's the reason they were put on the bench. obama judges are of a particular bent of mind where they are very
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sympathetic to open borders claims. they think of the constitution global charter of rights that everybody can use, including use as protection against the united states government and the national security measures ha that our elective representative takes. ed: you see it right there what he is jumping on. the democrats still, they are resisting, basically, right? rachel: right. ed: these judges are part of the resist movement. they tonight want to admit that elections have consequences and as the president says, obama judges holdovers, there is a new president. he is trying to put on the federal bench his judges. rachel: we have obama judges and trump judges. there is a difference. because trump judges or conservative judges, if you will, follow the constitution. and you talked about activist judges. liberal judges tend to be activist. that means they are following their heart and ideology. i think most americans want judges to follow the constitution. that's the fairest way to get away from the bias is we all naturally have.
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griff: that's a great point. should this topic come up at your thanksgivin thanksgiving dr table today we have checks and balances in place. that's why the judiciary should be independent. it is hard to ignore what is clearly an effort of the 9th circuit at least in this one issue. rachel: sure. ed: what about chief justice roberts nominated by republican president george w. bush. a couple years later he saves obamacare and upsets the right. now he is taking on a republican president. this is setting up potentially a monumental battle because there is going to be a whole bunch of issues that go up to that supreme court and chief justice roberts is now seen as kind of the ideological center moved to the right with justin kennedy retiring and justice kavanaugh being there. the judge is going to need chief justice roberts. rachel: is he not the only supreme court judge who has taken this political stance against or at least the appearance of political stance against the president. we know that ruth bader ginsburg also said things during the campaign. it is interesting and you
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wonder if this case in particular makes its way up to the supreme court. ed: rachel's point is for supreme court justices to say they are shocked, shocked, shocked that politics has been going on when they have been playing politics. rachel: would there be pressure for him to recuse himself since he has already politically weighed in on this? griff: will we see the jurisdiction of these courts become an issue? again, when we go back to the travel back case which is in the same court and now the asylum which a lot of -- is the jurisdiction ruling unilaterally not only apply in this case but also apply across the country: go against the chief justifiable to rule, to tell certain courts that are deemed to be politically active to stay in the lane. ed: if i rule we're going to go to jillian. jillian: i'm here and ready to jump. in i'm a team player.
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actually we have update on a story ed you were talking about this actually earlier today. here is what happened with this mystery surrounding a deadly mansion fire. steven in new jersey, police finding keith kanaro shot dead. body of wife and two kids found inside. miles away police arresting keith's brother paul. he is accused of setting his own home on fire. his family made it out safely. earlier former police officer joe peters explained how the investigation could unfold. >> phone, texts, emails, voice messages. a lot of times if one is threatening the other, the other will save the voice message. ed: wow. >> so you go through those. jillian: the deaths are being investigated as homicides. the brother has not been named a suspect but we will keep you updated. a man is under arrest after two suspected bombs are hidden in london apartment. the police do not believe he has any ties to terrorist groups. devices improvised explosive
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devices now undergoing testing. unclear how the devices got into the apartments undergoing renovation. police say no ongoing risk to the public. law enforcement agencies across the country get a major boost from the doj. acting attorney general matt whitaker announcing $56 million in grant funding. >> terrorists are going to continue to -- so we have got to keep targeting them. during the holiday season and all year round. i toll assure all of you this work remains the top priority of the department of justice. we will not let up. jillian: the money will go towards training and equipment like bullet-proof vest and body cam rals. the oldest american pearl harbor survivor has died. ray chavez passing away in his san diego home. navy porter master in hawaii when japan attacked in 1941. president trump just met with chavez on memorial day. the white house tweeting, quote: we were honored to host him at the white house earlier this year thank you
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for your service to our great nation, ray. chavez was 106 years old. ed: what a great american. rachel: a great american. well-said. we are thankful for those veterans on this day in particular. he haded and everyday. but on this day you are absolutely right. the left up in arm over the president's criticisms of the courts. pardon me. were they so outraged when this happened? >> last week the supreme court reverse add century of law that i believe will open the flood gates for special interest. ed: this has happened before, hasn't it? corey lewandowski says this is politics at its worse. he joins us live next. griff: new poll shows immigration is worse for americans as caravan gets closer. we have a panel to discuss. you won't want to miss this. ed: tell me. come on.
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pay less for their prescriptions. but now, drug companies are lobbying congress, trying to force seniors to pay more so they can boost profits. but a deal is a deal. and the president has pledged to end price gouging by drug companies. we will no longer accept the inflated prices being charged to our seniors. protect seniors, not drug company profits. rachel: supreme court justice roberts criticism of obama judge. ed: why didn't he call out president obama when he said this about the court? >> last week the supreme court reverse add century of law that i believe will open the flood gates for special interest.
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including foreign corporations. [applause] to spend without limit in our election. >> here to react former trump campaign manager and co-author of the upcoming book trump's enemies, corey lewandowski. corey, we have already government the book coming. but happy thanksgiving what do you make. i want to ask you this fight between chief justice roberts and the president gapping a lot of attention right now. walls the president incorrect when he took on this criticism? >> first happy thanksgiving to you guys. here is the real issue. justice roberts who i respect and i think most people respect weighed into an issue where he shouldn't have because he had an opportunity nine years ago almost when barack obama called out the entire supreme court in a nationally televised speech in a joint session of congress during a state of the union amend the media widely criticized justice samuel owe let toe for
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mouthing the words not true. they said at the time supreme court justices should not weigh in. they should be silent and stoick. now that very same liberal media giving justice roberts praise for pushing back on donald trump's position which is the right one. because the ninth circuit has been a court which is widely overturned. individual judges setting national policy. and if judges want to do it. they need to step down and become a legislator. rachel: why the disparate here? is it because the is it just that barack obama delivers in much more professorial way and president trump is tweeting it. >> if you criticize barack obama, then you are a racist or you just didn't agree with him because you were too conservative. the bottom line is justice roberts had the opportunity rightfully to criticize
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barack obama nine years ago on a major supreme court decision, which was voted 5 to 4 in the united states citizens united case. he didn't do that now, in a case where a single judge in the ninth circuit is once again putting a stay, a temporary restraining order on something that this administration is trying to do, the judge is deciding to weigh in because the truth is the ninth circuit is very liberal and they judge shop all the time when it comes to issues of immigration and we have seen this in the past where the supreme court had to step in and in a 9-0 decision to overrule the 9th circuit to say that the executive authority of the president was allowed to take place and limiting the number of people who come into our country from foreign countries. look, the bottom line is justice roberts shouldn't be involved in this because this case may very well end up in front of the supreme court. ed: corey is, it particularly rich that democrats want to now they say get politics out of the judiciary just weeks after trying to destroy justice kavanaugh's life?
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>> well, this is the amazing thick, right in the left is so good at this. oh, the judicial system is not political, except when you put a man like brett kavanaugh up and you try and destroy his life and now we have seen that those accusers basically lied because there has been no accountability for that they attacked justice kavanaugh. they attacked his family. they demoralized him. these disparaged him. they were so disgusting to him. all of a sudden they say well, the judicial system should be above reproach there were no democrats, once again, except one voting for judge kavanaugh. almost no voting for justice gorsuch. griff: last question are you deep trying or going traditional. >> i'm going to deep fry. i have never done it before. i'm not going to have the house explode so griff, i'm with you. rachel: email us and let us know how it goes. ed: post it on twitter i want to see it you hear people say the caravan doesn't exist it's not real. it's at our border.
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finally 150,000 bucks. that's how much the world's most expensive thanksgiving dinner costs. the meal at old homestead steak house here in new york city includes a turkey covered in edible gold the keys to a brand new maserati. i was waiting for the rest of it. go in on that and share the maserati. griff: thank you so much for giving me your credit card. i can't wait to do it. new poll shows americans immigration is the country's top issue is surging rapidly. 21% say immigration is the top issue compared to 13% just a month ago. so, with caravan at our border, what does this mean for the country? let's bring in our immigration panel to weigh, in retired ins senior agent michael cutler former candidate and republican strategist noel nikpour and peter l lamaj. help that thanksgiving. >> hel happy thanksgiving.
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>> you dime america the right way quickly your story. >> when my brothers and i albania, communist country we went to yugoslavia. we were processed there background investigation was conducted. we submitted to medical examination. waited for nine months to come over here. the problem that i see with the ones who want to come and forge themselves up on our nation right now it's a complete disregard for law and order. i think the american people are insulted when you have a group of people who are born and raised somewhere else and they want to come to the united states and instead of following the law, they are trying to impose their will wilpon us. instead of waiting to come over here properly and being processed properly. concern we have. and that's why you see the numbers are going up that the american people are concerned about. griff: that's a great point. noel, let me ask you. we have seeing one specific issue really soar. does it surprise you and why now? >> i think because we have this caravan of people that are coming.
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in i think when you pan the camera, i think when you have a correspondent that's out there and you see these people pushing back and i think what president trump kind of resonates with people is who are these people? why so many people that are coming and trying to get through the border and seeking asylum but don't want to do it the legal way? and this is one of the things that i think republicans get a bad rap for. republicans are, you know, they are for immigration they just want legal immigration. a lot of democrats use this as a way to say that republicans don't wanted anyone to come over here. they just, you know, they want to keep immigrants out. that is totally false. we just want legal immigration. do it the right way. not pushing through. griff: michael, you understand this issue as a former ins guy. is it your take that americans that generally don't pay a lot of attention to this issue are finally
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understanding how big the problem is? >> i compare the caravan to being hit by a snow ball in a blizzard. because we have millions of illegal aliens. latest study 25 million. harvard, mit has done studsies. the problem here is we know that latin america has a problem with gangs and problem with narcotics. we know hezbollah is operating throughout latin america working with the drug cartels working to bring sleeper agents from iran newt united states. look at the 9/11 commission for which i provided testimony first and foremost it's a national security threat. it's not about welcoming immigrants. it's about these folks aren't immigrants. i like the to make the point the point between immigrant and illegal alien comparable to house gus guest and burglar. they are trying to sneak in avoid ago vetting process. the president said come through a poverty entry. we'll take care of you. if you are going to sneak in, obviously you are evading a vetting process and that opens the potential
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for terrorists, fugitives and criminals to get into the country and that's a danger to all of us. griff: thank you very much. happy thanksgiving to you. >> happy thanksgiving. griff: peter, two more seconds, that is we talked a lot over this ruling of the asylum and ninth circuit one view and the president has another. quickly what is your take and who is right? >> temporary restraining order got this from the ninth circuit i believe. it's a liberal court. it's going to be overturned by the supreme court because i think the president has the constitutional power to regulate what he is regulating right now. griff: all right. giving us much to think about on this thanksgiving. thank you. >> thank you. griff: coming up. planning to shop on amazon for black friday? check your account. the data breach just revealed hours before the big shopping day. we are live at the macy's thanksgiving day. adam klotz is talking with some clowns to get their take. you see him right there dancing with the clowns. he is joining us next.
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if ozempic® is right for you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ed: in new york city feels like 15 degrees with the wind chill. there is the 92nd annual macy's thanksgiving day parade set to kick off in just a couple hours, but it is cold out there. rachel: it's cold. amazing how many people are are out there. more than 3 million people set toe hit the streets of new york city bracing for one of the coldest thanksgiving in a century. griff: adam klotz is at the start of the parade route. hey, adam hey adam.
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hello. damn damn hey, hey. it's so cold. i'm freeze ago little bit and my ears froze a little bit and there is so much excitement going on. hard to know what's going on. all right, guys, so we have the fireworks going on behind me. we have the 16 giant floats it does seem like the wind has calmed down enough that those are going to go off. part of the fun part of the marching band. bunch of the members of the marching band the ohio state university in columbus, ohio. thanks for coming out here, everybody. is this your first parade? have you guys ever done this before. >> no. first time in school history. adam: first time in school history for ohio state. so what's the experience been like for you guys so far? >> pretty good experience so far. we just shot a video for the preshow. it's pretty cool. adam: columbus gets cold. i do the weather. columbus gets cold but this has been miserable all morning. how are you feeling so far? >> i'm dressed in layers.
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[laughter] adam: dressed in layers. what are you looking forward to as this gets started? i know this is the very beginning of what is to come. >> yeah, we have been rehearsing our performance in front of the macy's building for a while. i'm excited to showcase what we can do. adam: all right. you were trying to tell me i was going to perform a little bit earlier but i'm not really capable. that is the extent of what i know. can somebody give me a little something? >> yeah, sure. adam: okay. i'm going to let him play me off, guys, and can you jam for a minute and then you guys can take it back over. ♪ ♪ adam: what do you guys do when he does that? griff: i'm drumming. rachel: we're moving. damn damn that's all i got. i just got the moves. ed: adam is at the start of the parade. we have got carley shimkus carefully placed on sixth avenue along the route and
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is he bringing some energy today or what? good morning. carley: that's right. good morning, guys. i'm with a very excited crowd out here on sixth avenue. it may be cold outside but the energy is keeping us all warm, right? >> right. carley: these fine folks are from, can you believe it? florida. what's your name? >> regina. >> what is your name? >> carla. carley: arregina and carla why did you decide to come up to new york city on one of the coldest thanksgiving in a century. >> we got our tickets six months ago not knowing it was going to be this cold but we are here and i love it. carley: you love it and you look bundled up so i like your staying warm strategy. i got to ask you what are you most thankful for this thanksgiving? >> my family. everyone in my family. my husband over there my daughter. great to see everybody. >> that's right. carley: regina, what about you. >> my family also and my daughter back there is getting matter soon. carley: congratulations. we absolutely love that look at the beautiful bride right
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there. congratulations. >> we came up from florida. this is part of our bucket list. carley: fulfilling a bucket list item. i have got to get to these fine folks right here who are bringing the blankets and the warmth in terms of their personalities as well what is your name? >> jennifer. carley: and you're daughter. >> meghan. >> rich. >> what are you thankful for this thanksgiving. >> health and happiness and happiness. we're here for my daughter's 16th birthday. carley: congratulations and on tv for 16th birthday. carley: so the birthday girl is missing out. that's okay. we are having a blast on the plaza. the parade is going to come down sixth avenue in a couple of hours. we are going to be so excited watching it, right? staying warm and happy. all right. happy thanksgiving, everybody. i will accepted it back to you in the studio. rachel: thanks, carley. ed: parties have to ha in florida not in new york city right now. rachel: carley, are my kids going to freeze?
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she can't hear me anymore. we will get out there soon. ed: we will. griff: coming to new york on thivenering on bucket list and from florida you will never do it again. one experience being that cold floridians are done. ed: jillian, good morning, happy thanksgiving. jillian: happy thanksgiving to you guys. get you caught up on headlines we are following. attorney michael avenatti won't face felony charges after being arrested for domestic violence. he could still face a misdemeanor. the victim in that case has not been identified but actress recently filed a restraining order against avenatti claiming he physically hurt her. avenatti denies all accusations. california's outgoing governor pardons a former state senator convicted of voter fraud. broaddrick wright was charged in 2014 for lying about living outside the district he represented. the state legislature has since changed the law making wright's situation -- one of 38 pardons handed out by democrat jerry brown ahead of thanksgiving.
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the woman charged in a massive go fund me scam with a veteran suspended from her state job. receptionist at new jersey's transportation department. unclear if she is still getting paid as she faces fraud charges. mcclure, her ex-boyfriend, and a homeless veteran are accusing of raising more than $400,000 through a go fund me after spreading a fake story about the vet giving her his last $20 for gas as he was stranded on a highway. a warning before you fry up your thivenering turkeys, defrost them first. jillian: that frozen turkey turning into a fireball. the north port fire and rescue making video to remind people to follow directions carefully if they insist on trying board. they suggest indoor or oilless fryers. always a good reminder. that's a look at your headlines. ed: thanks, jillian. it's not thanksgiving
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without bass pro shops and can a bell also a. it's tradition now. rachel: we have the latest and all the holiday products you do not want to miss these deals. griff: here with the exclusive deals leukemia snyder. luke snyder. welcome back. >> big deals going on through sunday. we are open today and black friday being tomorrow we open at 5:00 a.m. rachel: 5:00 a.m.? >> bright and early. ed: talk about the clothes first. out front here we have the kid's mega wagon awesome for hauling your kids around or firewood. rachel: i told you on halloween i wish i had that because my 2-year-old is heavy. ed: good for kids or firewood. > kids, men, women's all 10 bucks. these long sleeve henleys right here another deal 10 bucks. ed: you actually need these
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on the parade route. rachel: great layering shirt. >> thin fleeced jacket and vest. so,. rachel: very nice. >> 50% off both of those: griff: put this under my suit if we have to go outside? >> great german made. don't get better knives. 150 bucks during the sale. last, but not least are the biggest deal these are going very quickly. save about 530 bucks on this. ed: several hundred dollars off for a gun safe. >> looking at 700 bucks. great deal. throw in a free gun safe for pistol on the wagon. that comes as an added bonus. ed: wow, that's a good sale. >> santa is in the building. free pictures do a little shopping. rachel: take your picture with your kid and san da at bass pro shops and use on christmas list. >> open until 5:00 today.
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griff: advantage going today or tomorrow versus the rest of the weekend? are there deals specific to today and tomorrow. >> absolutely through sunday, actually. you really want to take advantage of that black friday at bass pro and cabella's that's when the really hot deals are going. ed: also go to bass pro.com. >> orca bellas. >> do it online. all right, leukemia, happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. >> house minority leader nancy pelosi gaining support in some unlikely places. so is the never nancy movement starting to fall apart? sounds like it. charlie kirk is here to react live next. rachel: it wouldn't be thanksgiving without the sides. we are talking corn pudding, that's my favorite. griff: yum ♪
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jillian: happy thanksgiving, welcome back. romaine lettuce coming from california. the fda and cdc warning do not buy any of this. 32 people in 11 states have gotten sick. plus, amazon revealing a glitch as holiday shopping kicks off. the company blames a technical error after some customers had their personal information exposed. amazon says et issue is fixed. it's unknown how many shoppers were affected but that's not good news. ed? ed: thank you so much, jillian. house speaker nancy pelosi gaining support in unlikely places. progressive elect alexandria ocasio-cortez throwing support behind pelosi tweeting all the challenges from nancy pelosi are coming from her right in an apparent effort to make the party even more conservative and bent toward corporate interests, she says. hard pass. so long as leader pelosi remains the most progressive candidate for speaker, she can count on my support. that was just days after she
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was participating in a sit-n nancy pelosi's office. rachel: that's right. how will pelosi fit in with the new far left trying to shake up congress. author of the book campus battlefield how conservatives can win the battle on campus and why it matters. charlie kirk. welcome. and happy thanksgiving. >> good morning. happy thanksgiving. thanks for having me. rachel: why the big turn around for alexandria ocasio-cortez? why is she backing pelosi for speaker? >> i think there is many factors to this but most importantly we have to remember pelosi rules with an iron fist. if you dare question her, she will take away your parking pass invites to all the cocktail parties around town, your family members will lose their access and if they have contracts they will get renegotiated immediately. i would say half of of that facetiously but in reality look, pelosi did not get her by mistake. she has built a political machine over many decades by ruling with force. if anyone ever pops their head out in rebellion to her
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immediately she puts her whole machine i don't think you want to do that okay, i think alexandria ocasio-cortez, remember, she ran in opposition against. she primaried someone in house democrat leadership and won a surprise victory. this is really important to remember and now all of a sudden some people could say now kind of getting more into the mold of the establishment. i just want everyone at home to realize that pelosi is considered a moderate now in the democrat party. ed: that's a good point. is this now the idea of beating back opposition is this going to move when you hear alexandria ocasio-cortez saying we can't be beholden to the corporate interest many of whom funded the democratic takeover of the house. they got millions and millions of dollars from those corporate interest whether they want to admit it or not. know mr. pelosi be beholden even though as you say jokingly being portrayed as a moderate. now beholden to socialists
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like alexandria ocasio-cortez? >> of course. this is what is so scary is that ocasio-cortez pretends to be fighter for the people. represents ideology that has destroyed cultures and destroyed civilizations and countries. talking about democratic socialism or socialism in general. pelosi is bought and paid for by a lot of special interest. alexandria ocasio-cortez fights ideology justs even more harmful than special interest. at least those special interest relatively want some form of a market system. ocasio-cortez wants an ideology that's so corrosive and destructive to civilization and the world. one thing i say is this i find on college campuses every day at turning point u.s.a. ocasio-cortez is campus coming to congress. unbelievably dangerous ideas that originate on our college campuses that are now really, you know, materializing in congress which is unabashed marxism.
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really. free healthcare and education. very, very scary. rachel: i would say, charlie, what alexandria has done is given permission to others to pull their masks off. i actually think -- >> that's a very good point. rachel: i think pelosi and alexandria ocasio-cortez are probably ideologically more soul sisters than they like to portray in the public. what do you say? >> i think that's a brilliant point and i think what ocasio-cortez and her cam radz get it coming into congress right now are giving air cover pelosi where she is allowed to be more radical or more to the left when in reality she has probably been that way last 15 or 20 years where she had to play more the moderate position. ed: radical ideas. rachel: happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. thanks for having me. rachel: you bet. president trump taking a big step to protect our troops with the caravan closer to the border. what defense secretary james
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[turkey gobbling] ♪ rachel: thanksgiving and turkey time but you can't have turkey without those delicious side dishes. griff: here are some tips to spice up your. the author of take this dish and twist it. boy has he done it so well today. >> oh my goodness. everybody talks about the turkey but let's not forget
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the sides. jimmy dean sausage. one of the dishes i made with their recipes is cornbread stuffing. sausage and cornbread. it is unique signature blend of seasons. that adds flavor quality to the dish. this one for breakfast is beautiful. tomorrow morning this is what have you got to make. ed: griff was main lining. you were putting this down his throat. >> phenomenal. dig. in cinnamon roll breakfast. jimmy dean has all these recipes at jimmy dean.com. check it out. jimmy dean gift exchange.com. send a photo of any of these dishes and in return they second you an apron like this one one of jimmy dean's christmas albums. jimmy dean. wrapping paper that smells like sausage. rachel: wrapping paper smells like sausage? these recipes are very simple. >> simple to make and really unique and different
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quality. you start rolling. griff: am i doing it right? rich rach a little sous chef over here. >> may aid reef using the meatballs. pineapple meatball. bursting with juicy chicken and really about the quality premium quality chicken in there. little sausages by hill shariehillshirefarms. make a wreath. put cranberry sauce in the middle of it and serve it right away. about the quality and meat cuts that are premium that really make a world of difference. that smoky flavor. rachel: they also make these with the cheese inside which would be good, too. these are yummy. >> little smokies are really quality that's what i love about it. griff: happy thanksgiving. delicious. ed: griff is eating and talking at the same time. is he doing a great job.
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>> donald trump expanding the military mission on the border as thousands of migrants wait to claim asylum in this new order allows the military to have expanded powers, the ability to protect border patrol agents. >> the american people are insulted when you have a group of people trying to impose their will on us. >> donald trump and john roberts going at it over politicization of the courts, to say there are
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obama judges is like think the skies. >> the ninth circuit is very blue, the jump shop on immigration. >> alexandria ocasio-cortez is backing nancy pelosi to regain the speaker's gavel. >> a tremendous contribution to make, up against something they have no idea what is on them. >> the extreme company offering thanksgiving inspired flavors like turkey, sweet potato casserole, cornbread stuffing. >> do you want that? >> know. ♪ ♪ it don't matter where we go ♪ we wait for no one at home ♪ it don't matter where we go ♪ we wait for the weekend ♪ pete: you are looking at people desperately trying to stay warm in new york city. >> lining up for this incredible american tradition. they can't believe it, and it is like miracle on 34th st. nothing
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like being there. >> people came from florida because it is the 92nd annual parade. people lining up outside on the street. i got to do this last year and i was ecstatic because there is no place better to be on thanksgiving then new york city and glad you are joining us this morning. >> thank you, we have our butterball expert, keep them coming about the big turkey. >> everyone is starting to get the turkey ready, they are prepping it so if you still -- if you haven't thought the turkey it is too late. >> know. >> we will get to that later. we do have carly shimkus talking to people waiting for the parade about what their options are.
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>> reporter: good morning, guys. i am so happy to be out here because i'm making so many friends and we are all in this together, all staying warm together so i got to ask you, we are talking about what we are most grateful for and i would like to throw the question to you, what is your name? >> darnell. >> what are you most thankful for? >> family. >> those are the best answers, can't think of anything better. >> where are you from? >> texas. >> all right. is it warmer in killer, texas? tomorrow when we get home it is 70. >> why did you decide to come to new york and watch the parade and brave the cold? >> our band is marching. >> reporter: you are kidding me! that is fantastic. we have to watch out for them. any kids in the marching band?
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>> my daughter, avery jack, my sister used to do, hard. >> very impressive skill. to roll up the flag, catch it, you are from keller, texas. let's move over here. this is a special friend of mine. i give a shout out there because she thought i was cold outside and she gave me a set of hand warmers so thank you so much for that. you were so sweet and we are getting hugs. what are you thankful for this thanksgiving? >> aden. >> aden! look at that. and her dad, you raised two beautiful kids. where are you from? >> brooklyn. >> you are local. you know what it is like. how do you feel about the thanksgiving day parade? >> we are new to the area. my wife watched on tv for 30 years and you brought me to new york, we are going to the parade.
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>> where did you come from before? >> the washington dc area. >> do you have a strategy to stay warm? >> we have been going down the street hugging everybody. >> i'm from michigan, she's from ohio and we made a mission we have been going down the street, 30 pictures in our photo and we just connected some families down here, one is from paris and one from maine and they are hanging out together. >> bringing the love this thanksgiving. for all the football fans i'm sure you picked up on the fact that she is from michigan, you are from ohio and heading out together before the big game. >> we will share hugs with the world. >> reporter: what about you? what are you thankful for? >> my family, god and this. >> reporter: a great note to end on. back to you in studio.
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>> michigan and ohio, they are friends. >> can you believe that? my heart is still warm, the little girl who is thankful for her little brother. >> later i that they get into a fight. >> look at that. what a great girl. tell her we said happy thanksgiving. >> we will check back in a little bit. i don't think she really likes carly, she's just cold. >> we talked about the turkey needing to file. and everyone needs to warm up. >> politics. >> we have some mixes. >> the president giving the green light to expand military mission on the border as thousands of migrants wait to claim asylum. >> the cabinet order to the permit of the fence includes
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using force if there is an attack. >> james mattis says it doesn't change the mission but if someone is beating on a border patrolmen and in a position to do something about it, we can stop them from doing that and take over and deliver them to patrolmen who would then arrest them for it. very important distinction as we hear this news. >> one of the tools for the president, he sent the military to the border and expanding the role a little bit and self-defense for border patrol agents as they get a difficult situation. he is trying to make sure if you are seeking asylum you go through specific centers to be processed. that set off chief justice roberts with a statement yesterday, the president tweeted justice roberts can say what he wants but the ninth circuit is a complete and total disaster, out of control, has a horrible reputation, is overturned more than any circuit in the country, 79% it is used to get a guaranteed result, judges must
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not legislate security, safety at the border or anything else, they know nothing about it, making the country and say, law enforcement professionals must be allowed to do their job or there will be bedlam, chaos, injury and death. we want the constitution as written. the president getting a lot of flak but he went after this judge on the ninth circuit which is very liberal and not usual the president does this but we have examples of president obama doing it. he is upset as he called it an obama judge trying to block his move on asylum. the chief justice pushed back and the president is saying something we heard before, don't legislate from the bench and stick with the strict interpretation of the constitution. >> they don't like constitution -- we have former us attorney andrew mccarthy on earlier, here
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is what he has to say about donald trump's comments about obama justice. >> to say there are obama judges is like saying the sky is blue, not really rocket science to figure this out. these are transnational progressive in the obama mold which is the reason they were picks, they of the constitution of the global charter of rights that everybody can use including as protection against the united states government and the national security measures our elected representatives take. >> he points out an important distinction, we have seen the activists in recent years going back 40 or 50 years but this time it is unique to the ninth circuit but you have a good point. barack obama also criticized the supreme court in a major way. >> did the media go after president obama? >> they didn't.
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the point is this isn't new to have the president going after the supreme court but what is new might be the ninth circuit, in this case, court, getting out of there lane and ruling in a way that crosses bounds. >> here is president barack obama going after the supreme court. >> last week the supreme court reversed a century of law that i believe will open the floodgates for special interests including foreign corporations to spend without limit in our elections. i am confident the supreme court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected congress. >> is an observation. it is healthy to have our 3 branches of government fighting with each other because that is
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the balance of power. >> there has been a little bit of freak out mode on the part of the media going this never happened before. when president obama criticized the supreme court the media went after justice alito who melt about the citizens united case. sometimes i wonder, it is not that donald trump is so unprecedented but his style is so often serve. they react to one another. >> donald trump saying i'm going on twitter and i will attack you. is more direct about it but saying something similar. >> unanimous verdict across the nation. jillian has the best news, verdict has been rendered. >> following the story out of new jersey, a mystery surrounding a deadly fire and the story deepens, police finding keith narrow shot dead outside his burning home and the
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bodies of his wife and kids found inside, keith's brother paul is under arrest accused of setting his own home on fire. his family made it out safely. the deaths being investigated as homicides. the brother has not been named a suspect. new overnight 300 passengers stranded for hours when their train splitting two. amtrak cars coming apart near new york state capital on one of the coldest days of the year. a passenger said he smelled electrical burning. no one was hurt and another train took passengers to new york city. aaa expects 1 million americans to travel 50 miles or more this holiday. milania trump and denny milano's mother speaking out against the opioid epidemic together in a townhall event at liberty university in virginia next week, the homeland security and health and human services secretary will also participate. she was hospitalized after an apparent drug overdose. those are your headlines.
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>> we all know the story of the first thanksgiving pilgrims so can we learn lessons from that and be grateful for what we have today? our next guest putting that into perspective. plus the countdown is on, the macy's thanksgiving day parade about to kick off on the coldest thanksgiving in nearly a century but don't worry, adam has friends to help keep warm. ♪ utuadoesn't hold grudges. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise their rates because of their first accident. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ hi susan!hs) honey? i respect that. but that cough looks pretty bad... try this new robitussin honey. the real honey you love... plus the powerful cough relief you need. mind if i root through your trash? new robitussin honey. because it's never just a cough.
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>> can't get enough of those graphics, some version of this story of the very first thanksgiving. >> gave thanks for reaching the new world, then they ate. and 8 and 8 and 8 and 8 and 8. >> that was the duffy family. >> i think the brady bunch is why i wanted a big family. i grew up on it and loved it.
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what does thanksgiving mean today. here is radio talkshow host makes later. >> happy thanksgiving. >> what does it mean today? our kids a lot of versions of what thanksgiving mean and some of it is politicized. >> i think about what the pilgrims went through to get here. my wife and i and two kids flew across the country the other day from san diego to visit my mom in charlotte and it was a 5 hour flight and we are complaining the whole time. these pilgrims were on that boat for three months. that first winter half of them died. the biggest legitimate complaint i had traveling is whenever we fly on sunday we forget the chick-fil-a in the airport is closed. i am so grateful for the strength and courage of these pilgrims to create the shining city upon the hell we have today. >> an article in the wall street journal, every year is an op-ed,
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the desolate wilderness talks about the fact they showed up in a desolate wilderness and believed in the promise of what it could be, part of the meaning is looking forward to what could come. >> and what still is. we talk about political differences and things aren't difficult and attention in america. we should pay attention to the rhetoric about that and more about their action. i don't see any american gathering at the border to create a caravan to go to honduras. people all around the world are trying to come here and that is the dream the pilgrims had hundreds of years ago and we should be over the moon grateful for that. our founders when they started thanksgiving it was a religious holiday, a gay of thanksgiving and praise and a day of fasting and prayer and today it is a day of gluttony and football.
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a little different but we should take a hint from our founders and make it more of a religious holiday. >> now you are supposed to set your scales back 10 pounds. >> back to the pilgrims, the brady bunch clip the date and date, that first thanksgiving they barely ate anything, there wasn't a lot of food. a couple years later they finally got the harvesting down and were thriving. >> it was a baby, those who have given birth, there was a baby born on the boat, imagine how hard that would have been to do that. this is a holiday that should unite us as americans and you are giving us a reminder of that. >> happy thanksgiving, thanks for working today. two police officers killed in the line of duty, "fox and friends" viewers stepped up to help their families. we have a big update you will not want to miss coming up next.
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>> this thanksgiving we look back at the causes "fox and friends" viewers supported. >> our viewers help many families particularly families of these fallen heroes, ohio police officers anthony morelli and eric jarrett after they were shot and killed in the line of duty in february. and the capital city about the officer's legacy. >> these two put on a uniform to serve the people of their community, responded to a 911 call like officers do every single day and were immediately attacked by gunfire on arriving. >> $630,000 for their families, keith farrell joins us with an update. happy thanksgiving. >> thanks for having me.
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>> you stepped up with so many people around the country. give us an update on where we are in terms of remembering? >> i want to thank everyone on behalf of the families and the community, and never bring loved ones back and these are tough times. the families are doing the best they can, holidays are difficult times and doing the best they can. >> a nonprofit was started, is that right? >> out of a tragedy we did have something good come out of this called the bridge, a nonprofit that we started, several police officers, and business individuals in the community of doctors to help officers or first responders, police, fire,
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radio personnel, emergency personnel for officers, people, first responders struggling with stress. it is free, not an emergency, you don't call us and we come immediately, you should call your local counselors for that but we set up retreats for networking and meeting with other people experiencing the same situations and you put that on for free, we are looking for donations, we are getting calls from across the country for officers, first responders. >> can you give us a little update on the officers families? >> i know -- if you have those available to show, certainly they are doing okay, kids are in school and moving along the best they can, the daughter recently
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got married, and -- >> it is beautiful. on behalf of all the officers to be part of that special day for her to do what we can. >> you did that the first day of school. >> she was crying the day before school started because her dad couldn't walk her to school and several officers including myself weren't going to have anything to do with that so we did the best we could and walked her to school. we were allowed to walk her all the way to the classroom. we were welcomed and got to say the pledge of allegiance and spend time with them. >> what you did was simply great and our viewers also, how can they help.
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>> honestly at this point we just wanted the family, everyone, to thank you but supporting the bridge you go to the website, hopefully you have that up, this helps not just people in the west but everywhere who need this service. >> we appreciate all your efforts, go to "fox and friends."com and we have a link if you want to donate. we are thankful for your efforts and the efforts of all our viewers. appreciate it. >> appreciate it. what a story. >> a beautiful story. walking the girl in. coming up, we are celebrating thanksgiving in our studio with some special guests. >> plus while they are warming up inside, adam is freezing outside at the start of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. how hold are you? >> it is freezing out here but i want to try something.
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>> sends your email to us, this one from kathleen in hammond, new york, thankful for flanagan. >> i can relate. i have a daughter who says this.
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vern is thankful for her granddaughter. i would say her granddaughters thankful for that thanksgiving cake right there. from georgia, thankful for all of god's blessings including her family. how cool is that? >> still got 30 minutes. tell us what you are thankful for. adam is thankful for every inch of clothing. >> why don't you march with the band? >> i have been marching with the band. my feet are so frozen, guys. down into single digits, plenty of other good things to be thankful for. one of the big stories besides
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these cold temperatures has been the wind but we have some good news, the wind at 23 miles an hour or 34, gusting, would have been enough to keep the floats down that everyone loves to see but the good news is they are coming up, it is getting hectic out here but there is paul patrol and we see these big floats we uncovered. the winds of not reached the criteria you would need to pull them in or pull them down. there are police and devices stationed all the way around the parade route because the winds picked up. we would be paying attention to that and they could pull them down but they are not going to do that at this point because the winds have been cold enough that we haven't had to talk about that being a possibility. the only thing folks are concerned about is these temperatures.
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28 ° is the high today, the second coldest thanksgiving in the history of new york city, the coldest being 22 ° in 1871. 150 years ago. it has been a while since it has been this cold. look like the party is rocking, looking good and we have all the floats going to this thing so it will be a good show. >> have her come out. >> appreciate it, we are celebrating thanksgiving, rachel's family is here and we are getting griff's family together. >> my family has not made it and adjoining the duffy family. >> kids here. >> is going to talk first? tell us what you are thankful for. >> jp. >> what are you thankful for? do you want to say hello?
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your margarita, right? >> what do you think? what are you thankful for? >> my family. >> that is so nice. it is like you are corralling a big group of people. >> i have a question for shirley. 20 years ago my wife -- almost burned the house down. have you ever almost burned the house down? >> thankfully i am not going to talk about that. >> she called the restaurant and makes reservations. >> you are an amazing. that is amazing. >> never set the house on fire but we have come close. >> you might need this. >> the real so for us is trying to get kids out of the house.
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as a single dad with 7 or 8 kids it is challenging. and so i think you are coming at the same problem, trying to get out of the house. >> there could be two teenage girls about to kill each other, trying to get here on time. >> right outside this door -- holding the microphone. >> go ahead. what is your name? >> lolita. >> this is your opportunity on live television to put your parents on the spot. what do you want for christmas? >> i couldn't tell you what i want for christmas but i'm thankful for my family. i haven't seen them in 3 months because i got back from college. >> fantastic. >> not sure you heard this but our colleagues said we should get griff's.into it like a
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military because they haven't seen their dad in a couple years. we had this man all over the world, her kids ran out to be surprised, dad is home. >> a great point if you have the opportunity to cover the military, this is a day to appreciate the military families and even law enforcement who are out making sacrifices that keep us safe and secure. >> i'm thankful to sean because sean drove from wisconsin with all these kids, without me and this one that is perfect. there were accidents involved. i want to thank my husband. he must really really love me. >> i don't know about that. when she got in last night, this
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morning, the little ones, let's go wake her up and at 3:30 in the morning. >> they are here. come on. >> here you go. come in here. what happened? >> we did that a little. >> whose fault was it? >> hers. >> what do you say for yourself? >> the first time, i love it. >> tell us about this adventure. you took your family to the new york city subway for the first time. with that fun? >> it was great. it was really fast. >> you like the subway? >> that is a great photo. >> it was fun. >> we are going back, you want to tell us?
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>> we are going to you, adam. >> my turn to talk about what i am thankful for. i'm thankful, you're in the van bouncing all over the place. is it fun to be here? you feel the energy with the ohio state marching band over there. >> nothing like a marching band to get you going. >> this isn't your first time ever doing this but got to be the coldest. >> it is the coldest in the history of the parade. the coldest thanksgiving and over 100 years in the parade is only 92 years old. >> are you have to be part of that? >> we are going to be a part of history, a historic -- >> the parade people, you could break her leg and we are still go. >> i like that. i appreciate someone who is taking it on.
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people don't care when they hear about you. you are parents, children, are they here? >> yes and yes. we went last night, it was a total blast. >> become my kids are down on 34th and never seen anything like this. >> we are not worried about that. they have been talking all day in the studio about the best thanksgiving food. >> from the sound it has to be the drip and not stepping in, it is a whole different thing. >> we call it dressing. >> two votes for the dressing and i will go with mashed potatoes. back to you guys. >> we have our family here, that is pretty fun. >> black friday is hours away. we have deals for you now like
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upmc does more living-donor liver transplants than any other center in the nation. find out more and get out of line today. >> families here on set, we are going to toss to carly. wherever she is there is a party. she is waiting for people waiting for the parade and asking what they are thankful
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for. >> it is a great crowd out here. i am having so much fun with them. i'm talking to these fine folks from illinois. this is their first time watching the macy's thanksgiving day parade from new york city. >> definitely. >> why did you come to new york to watch the parade in person? >> we've never been here, we have 3 kids. >> the big balloon and the awesome bands. >> i want to ask what you are most thankful for? this is your daughter, what is her name? >> stacy. what are you most thankful for? >> having a baby brother. i wanted a baby brother for a long time. >> congratulations, how far
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along? >> 4 months pregnant. >> that is a beautiful thing. to be thankful for. >> we have a fan right here. let's move over to you. what is your name? >> josh. >> what are you thankful for? >> to be here and celebrate with you fine folks. >> where are you from? >> australia. >> how are you doing? >> it is freezing. >> you are from australia. hope you enjoy the parade. what is your name? >> been. >> are you excited for thanksgiving? do you like to eat turkey? what is your favorite thing to eat on thanksgiving? all of it? that is the kind of answer i like. what about you? what are you thankful for this thanksgiving? >> that i'm here with you. >> what a charmer.
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is this your wife? a very charming husband. we are rocking and rolling, you are part of history because 3 million people are going to be watching this parade today. the parade spans to at a half miles but i got to be honest this is where the party is. >> wherever you are. rolling right into the green room where we have jillian with beth summers. >> all of your kids and family members are here right now in the green room and we have so many questions. our butterball expert, we have questions all morning long, here's one from joseph. can you stuff a turkey in a butterball electric fryer? >> know. you can cook your turkey in the fryer but don't put your stuff in the turkey, put it in a pan
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in the oven. >> stacy wants to know how long before serving should i put the turkey out of the oven? you want to make sure it is perfect. >> great question. let your turkey rest before carving at a minimum 30 minutes, 30 minutes is better but if you get it done early you can take it out, covered with aluminum foil and bath towels and it will stay hot for a long time, up to an hour. oil underneath, it will stay so hot you can finish your sides. >> thank you for answering viewer questions. >> good stuff, good advice. black friday is hours away. my daughters are working on a battle plan for it. flannel and fleece for $10, more deals, that is coming up next. ♪
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♪ >> in case you have been under a rock, today is thanksgiving and the parade is about to start meeting tomorrow is black friday and we are breaking down the best deal starting with vast pro-shops and luke snyder joins us again. you have a lot of good stuff. let's get to it. >> don't forget black friday, we open at 5:00 in the morning and -- >> this is a great deal.
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>> everybody loves frozen. you are getting that bike for under 50 bucks. >> step on the gas. >> that is what it is all about. >> while chris gets them going let's see what else we have. >> under $100, the timer is on the top. under $150. redhead work jeans, flannel, $10, a jacket right here, $40. >> this will keep you warm. >> it is a heavy-duty work jacket. >> these are only $10. >> they are really nice. >> just found the gas pedal.
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>> we are giving it. >> so shy. you are not shy. >> that is what it is about. santa is in the building. >> he already arrived. >> it is in reverse. >> there he goes! more "fox and friends" coming up. what will be due next? ge debris and stuck-on dust, so shark invented duoclean, replacing the front wall with a rotating soft brush. while deep cleaning carpets, two brush rolls pick up large particles with ease, make quick work of stuck-on dust, giving hard floors a polished look, and fearlessly devour piles. shark duoclean technology, designed to do more on carpets and floors, available in corded and cord-free vacuums, and only available from shark.
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>> patrick had quite a ride. speaker hated. speaker did you enjoy that? >> i had it in reverse. speaker thank you family for all of you being here. and to my daughters who made it on time. speaker thank you to our viewers who are due this morning.
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making their thanksgiving dinner and spending your time with us. >> this is awesome to hang with us. it's a great christmas. >> happy thanksgiving, everyone. >> bill: it is a busy thanksgiving here in america's newsroom. troops stationed overseas. this is the president doubling down on his desktop. good morning, i am rick leventhal. speaker heavy thanksgiving it's cold outside. >> it is insanely cold. bill and center are off. the president is set to address the troops any moment. we'll bring that to you live as it happens. meanwhile, the president back and forth. a public debate over asylum. >> it all happened when the president criticized a

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