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shannon bream, the "fox news @ night" team have all the latest political developments and is this going to be an interesting two we could show down at the o.k. corral down at the border. >> shannon: the clock is ticking, thank you very much. we begin tonight with a fox news alert. president trump flirting closer to the idea of declaring a national emergency over border security, house speaker nancy pelosi says there will be absolutely no money for a border wall in any compromise deal. the president responding in an interview with "the new york times," the president on intel, roger stone, and wikileaks, much more breaking news. president trump in the midst of intense trade talks with china tonight, the so-called trade whisper is here live with one of president obama's closest confidantes on trade robert wol wolf. welcome to "fox news @ night," i'm shannon bream in washington.
president trump says the border wall negotiations and congress are a waste of time. he's bowing he's going to get the wall finished and he said wait and see whether or not he will declare a national emergency. correspondent trace gallagher is following the latest news. >> the oval office interview with "the new york times," the president said he all but gave up on negotiations with congress over his border wall indicating when talks officially end and two weeks, he could take action on his own meaning an executive order. the president took a swipe at the house speaker who said today there would be no money for the wall. >> president trump: i think nancy pelosi is hurting our country very badly by doing what she's doing. and ultimately, i think i've set the table very nicely. >> the president is once again highlighting the need for more border security in the wake of news about the biggest fentanyl bust in u.s. history.
the point of entry in arizona. a tractor-trailer filled with produce also had a hidden compartment containing 254 pounds of fentanyl with a street value of three and a half million dollars but order agents say this is more about human value. >> fentanyl is 80 to 100 times more powerful than morphine, a quarter milligram or a size of a few grains of salt of fentanyl which is a dangerous opioid can kill a person very quickly. >> law enforcement agents say 1 kilogram of fentanyl could produce a million potential fatal doses. this bust involved 120 kilogram 120 kilograms. the cdc says in 2016 there were 20,000 deaths related to fentanyl, the number jumped to more than 28,000. and while the president was unhappy with border wall
negotiations, he's pleased with china trade talks including china agreeing to criminalize the sale of fentanyl. >> they've agreed to do the death penalty for selling fentanyl and if it's shipped to the united states, that would be a very severe penalty. i think it's going to have a tremendous impact. >> china is a major fentanyl producer and much of it is brought into the u.s. through mexico. president trump and others argue that a wall or barrier would limit smuggling and save lives but the dea says most fentanyl is hidden in commercial vehicles crossing at legal ports of entry -- true. but i can also tell you firsthand there are hundreds of miles of open arizona desert that are very active drug smuggling corridors. >> shannon: trace gallagher on the west coast, thank you very much. president trump breaking news tonight on a whole host of other topics including what some are characterizing as a policy split with his intelligence chief,
what's he saying about that? ellison barber has the latest. >> he told "the new york times" he summoned his intelligence chief to the white house after learning congressional testimony this week contradicted some of its foreign policy positions. he told "the new york times" that their testimony was totally mischaracterized. the director of national intelligence told the senate intelligence committee that iran is not currently taking action to produce a nuclear device but iranian officials threatened to push the boundaries if they do not gain benefits. he said isis will continue to be a threat to the united states and north korea is unlikely to completely give up its nuclear weapons. according to the times, president trump talked about the rush investigation and said the outgoing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein told the attorneys i am not a subject, i am not a target. he told the times he did not
know that those reassurances covered the separate investigation out of new york. he also said he did not speak with mr. stone. his longtime confidant, a man he has known for nearly three decades about wikileaks or those of the stolen dnc emails, he said he did not direct anyone to do that. other big topics of the president touched on in his interview with "the new york times" according to this report he dismissed the importance of the proposed trump tower, his team was seeking to build in moscow at the height of the election and he denied his own lawyer's account of how late in the campaign he was discussing the project. he denied his twitter messages about former associates were cooperating with prosecutors amount to witness tampering. remember michael cohen was expected to go before committees on capitol hill in february, he and his lawyer lanny davis sent a letter that they were not going to appear at the initial
schedule testimony because they felt they had been threatened and mr. cohen's family had been threatened by mr. trump. the president pushing back on that as he goes through a host. >> shannon: the largest fentanyl seizure ever grind onward, kellyanne conway joins us now. this thing is historic, the amount of drugs we are talking about. looking at the scope of the amount of overdoses that are happening, this bust is historic. >> when people say there is no crisis at the border, i would point them to what happened, what was released today it happened over last weekend. 250 pounds of fentanyl is enough to kill over 50 million americans, it has a street value of 102 $102 million. the cdc has reported that
fentanyl is contributing the highest to our overdose deaths because 2 milligrams, tiny little grains of fentanyl is enough to kill you. it's being placed into street pills, laced into marijuana, heroin, cocaine, meth and we know it's being manufactured predominantly in china. many people call it chinese fentanyl at this point. president xi made a commitment to president trump in early december to schedule so that it would be a controlled substance meaning a crime punishable at the highest levels in china. we know he will make good on that commitment because we know this is killing thousands of americans, these millions of doses, people have to stop and think about all the news is being covered. there's enough drugs to kill over 50 million americans seized by our brave men and women in
arizona. it's the last thing i want to mention is this happened at a port of entry. i did notice many of the president's critics say we don't need a wall. this is what we know about because it came in a port of entry to a produce truck, one about what we don't know about? what's coming over because we don't have a physical barrier, we don't have a wall. if this all comes against the backdrop of the clock is tickin ticking. >> shannon: a potential shutdown on february 15th, republicans want trump to keep out of border talks and they quote susan collins who says i think it would be more worthwhile and effective if the president would allow some space for these negotiations to occur and not be doing commentary. don't bring it to me because i'm not going to sign it. is there a deal that can thread the needle getting through the house, and senate and the president actually signing at?
>> shannon: let's hope so, border security is national security, you need a physical barrier that somebody can't climb over or crawl under or drive-through or walk walk around. in addition the other things that were on the table, daca was on the table, these incredible incredible -- billions of dollars for detention beds, drones, technology, the immigration judges, border patrol personnel increasing by 3,000 all that was in packages of the president produced several weeks ago and to this moment we've never had a counter offer. when speaker pelosi says no or $1, this president is willing to sign into law something that he feels will protect us.
>> shannon: much was made in the hearing this week with intelligence leaders and reports they were not in sync with the president. they were mischaracterized, there were all in the same page when it came to things like north korea, here is what speaker pelosi had to say about the president and the intelligence committee. >> the president just doesn't seem to have the attention span or the desire to hear what the intelligence community has been telling him. for him to make the statements that i think you did yesterday, that's cause for concern. >> if she were the president which of course she is not, she can run her intelligence briefings differently but this resident had his intelligence into day, there they were. he had his full daily briefing tweeted out afterwards and what he was saying mischaracterized
mischaracterized -- he knows there is progress in north kore north korea. we are already ahead of the game. the president and chairman kim sat down and started talking about the demands. i would appreciate more if the speaker of the house from the opposing party comes forward and says here are the areas we think we can support the president on intelligence and where we think that intelligence is a nonpartisan issue that has bipartisan support. i really never hear her say that. she needs to get control of her words and occasionally her temper about this president and show americans a speaker who is willing to come halfway with the president who had invited her to the white house and a number of times and who has said and i suspect will say in the state of the union next tuesday that there are many areas that unify this nation we can feel uplifted as americans to come together and solve problems. >> shannon: i want to play
something from cia director haskell. >> have you seen any change in their behaviors? i don't think i can point to changes in the last couple of years. >> the president wants there to be changes, we know that because president trump says president obama told him that his biggest problem would be north korea, one that we inherited from that president and others. this president feels he is duty bound to at least try to get that agreement on denuclearize asian. these people have been at war for almost 70 years and they have been piling up their nuclear capability for some time with this country, largely looking in the other direction. americans see a president who is willing to engage and wants them to make good.
in the meantime, sanctions remain. this is a president who has not been shy about sanctioning individuals and bad actors everywhere when he feels it's appropriate. he has done that with any number of russians, he has certainly done that in north korea and elsewhere we saw it with him taking down the ridiculous nuclear deal. >> shannon: there have been republicans, key senate voices who stepped up and said they are not in agreement with the president. >> the president says he's not in pulling out next month and he said it will be done responsibly over time. obviously he is in consultation with his military leaders and others as to the best timetable. if he has spoken about this, our chief to blatt has spoken about this. i think when the president
speaks, everybody always is looking for -- to pounce instead of to listen. the president has made very clear. he made clear to the world, this is not president bush's policy in afghanistan, not president obama's policy. i'm not going to pull out tomorrow but we are not going to stay there either. nobody should be surprised when president donald trump who ran successfully said this is what i'm going to do. he respects his intelligence advisors, they were there today for the briefing, they all showed up. >> shannon: the adventures continue. thank you for coming in tonight. president trump plans to meet with china's president we've got this big trade deal deadline looming just a month before the truce ends. he's sounding optimistic. >> president trump: i think what president xi meet, every
point will be a great deal. >> shannon: we are going to talk with president trump's trade whisper and president obama's former economic advisor and see how they think today's negotiations really went your typical bank. capital one is anything but typical. that's why we designed capital one cafes. you can get savings and checking accounts with no fees or minimums. and one of america's best savings rates. to top it off, you can open one from anywhere in 5 minutes. this isn't a typical bank. this is banking reimagined. what's in your wallet? before discovering nexium 24hr to treat her frequent heartburn, marie could only imagine enjoying freshly squeezed orange juice. now no fruit is forbidden. nexium 24hr stops acid before it starts for all-day, all-night protection. can you imagine 24 hours without heartburn?
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tick. he's expected to meet with his chinese counterpart before the deadline. >> president trump: it will be by far if it happens the biggest deal ever made. >> ended meeting originally cloo the press, president trump opened the meeting to television cameras so they could watch the trade negotiation with china. >> president trump: not where we have to go back and renegotiate and left things out. >> the chinese vice premier delivered a letter from present xi jinping. >> negotiations are at a critically important stage. >> u.s. officials insist the government in beijing blatantly steals from the united states whether its trade secrets or intellectual property, u.s. officials say the chinese behavior has strained the relationship. republicans, some critical on other issues say his stance on free trade is a win and it's changed the g.o.p. for the good.
>> toughness on china has been something the party needed for quite some time and i think his continued efforts in that regard in trade in general. >> earlier in the day, president trump met with manufacturing leaders when the chinese trade deal was top of mind. >> president trump: we are taking in billions of dollars in creating a lot of industry. the rate goes from 10% to 25% on march 1st so they would like to do it and i would like to accommodate them, i would like to accommodate china if we can get the deal done. >> the wild card of the trade deal is the fact that china agreed to criminalize the transport of fentanyl to the united states, anyone convicted won't be going to jail, but sentenced to death. >> shannon: hard deadline to make a trade deal with china, or tariffs kick up to 25%.
let's bring in the director of the center for strategy, and fox news contributor former economic advisor to president obama, robert wolf. i want to start by asking you both to characterize over the last couple of days how much progress was made? >> it certainly sounds hopeful but i would say the optimism doesn't show anything factual yet. it's great that we continue to have conversations, 30 days is coming around the corner. i'm not supportive of the tariff regime, i actually think our focus should be on intellectual property and how we stop privacy and i'm not sure how that gets resolved in 30 days. if the president feels there is a trait around the corner, i certainly -- that would be a positive outcome. >> shannon: we talked about the fact the president said he doesn't think without the tariff that china would be at the table talking with him.
>> that's the whole point of the tariffs, especially the punitive nature that they selected what particular products benefited from the illegal technology theft and is targeting those things. i have never seen the chinese be dis- responsive but i agree the talks are still secret, the is substance to what they may or may not have conceded in secret. you get the president saying there is more work to do which is certainly true and then trying to be positive about it. his third comment i thought was the most important thing in the last couple of days that only president xi and i meeting can work this out. >> shannon: to that point, there was an opinion piece in the "washington examiner" by erin dunn and although the president's job in part, the relationship should be professional rather than personal, the president would roof refer to adversarial foreign leaders as friends, never mind his own advisors
would identify them as threats points to a lack of understanding of volatile foreign relations. i want to start with you. this president is very focused on personal relationships and he thinks he would have a connection with people on some of these hot topics that has happened in the past. >> president trump is a transactional guy and he gets personal with the counterparty. i remember when i use to run ubs and president trump was a client back then. he is a guy that likes to touch and feel the person across from the table, it's not surprising that he would want to have this deal with the premier directly. that being said they have had multiple meetings and we haven't seen movement to date, all we have seen is tariffs. with respect to michael thinking they are onerous, the truth is a tariff is a tax on us, the united states as a consumer.
a lot of this has been passed to us and i think there are better ways, i would've been supportive of us staying in ppp, the trans-pacific partnership. >> shannon: your take on the personal versus the professional, the president is very much about having dinner together and we are great friends and we can communicate,. >> all presidents mix professionalism with being friendly to the other leader, george washington almost treated lafayette as a son. george washington had no children of his own, he became quite famous that he was treated by the commander in chief that way. it's a little strange to me to say you can't be friends with somebody you are trying to negotiate with, i think it would be the opposite, good personal chemistry between the two would let resident xi make concessions to president trump that he otherwise might not make if he's being treated rudely or in a nasty way, i don't agree.
the point of the tariffs is not to protect american industry like alexander hamilton did. the point of the tariffs is to inflict enough pain on the chinese, the president uses the word punitive that they will come to the table. he is automatically going to increase to 25% march 1st. it's in the air force one statement as he was flying home. unlike my colleague here tonight nancy pelosi supports the tariffs. senator chuck schumer, the same day the tariffs were put on he had a press conference. i support president trump entities tariffs so there is widespread agreement and the democratic party to stop the loss of jobs and to help people work with their hands with these tariffs. mr. wolf is a bit more enlightened than senator schumer and nancy pelosi apparently.
>> shannon: politics and strange bedfellows. thank you very much, that clock is ticking. thank you both. the fatal freeze sweeping the country will rapidly thaw over the coming days but in the meantime experts are still warning we aren't out of the woods just yet from this polar vortex, stick around, we're going to check in with the extreme weather center everything you need to know. president trump at a new life to a month long feud with california lawmakers, we are going to tell you what they are so unhappy about tonight after the break. mariah carey being slammed by women's rights activists, find out why, where in the world
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in with chief meter rolleston fox news weather center, a 70-8. >> even at that you only get up to 45 degrees or so. incredible cold, it's almost -- this night won't be as bad as last night was. minus one in chicago, it's the warmest you have been in about 48 hours, you been warming up after darkness set in and you will continue to do so by the morning. look at these temperatures, factor in the wind, it doesn't take much wind to make it feel like much colder. minus three in boston, minus 15 in buffalo, cold or as you go toward a far northern plains, minus 29. a little bit of insult to injury after this cold air, one system moving and dropping some snow now around the chicago area. everything is completely frozen so the snow sticks immediately.
be very careful if you are out on these roads. this will bring a dusting including towards you in washington, d.c. lake effect snow has been prolific in the last day or two, feet of snow all around the plateau. this is what lake effect snow looks like it moves right across the lake and it has a very thin line of snow. here's where we are right now, that is below zero temperatures by tomorrow morning it has receded a little bit. take a look at what happens on friday, big improvement by saturday morning back up towards the parts of canada and by the weekend as we said, chicago we are going to get temperatures pushing 50 degrees. >> shannon: it's going to feel like summer time, everyone will be thrilled. california sender dianne feinstein and kamala harris are
angry tonight after president trump bypassed the traditional process and nominated his own conservative judges to a controversial federal circuit that includes california. chief correspondent jonathan hunt has more. >> president trump had been considering a compromise with democrats over nominees for the san francisco-based ninth circuit, a court frequently labeled by conservatives as being too liberal. last night at the white house suddenly announced the president wasn't negotiating anymore and will nominate daniel collins and kenneth lee for the ninth circuit. if he had originally submitted them last year to the immediate opposition of senators dianne feinstein and the kamala harris. the democratic senators issued a statement in response to these nominations saying they are deeply disappointed and adding "we made clear our opposition to these individuals and told the white house we wanted to work together to come to consensus on
a new package of nominees." conservatives had the opposite reaction, with the judicial crisis who previously warned the president against compromise telling the washington times we are moving forward with a list of extraordinarily qualified nominees. president trump has repeatedly criticized the ninth circuit who has ruled against him on immigration and other issues. >> president trump: every case that gets filed in the ninth circuit we get beaten. the ninth circuit is really something we have to take a look at because it's not fair. people should not be allowed to immediately run to this very friendly circuit and filed their case. >> now he's taken that look he promised and is moving to overhaul the court's political makeup and setting another showdown with democrats.
>> shannon: jonathan hunt, thank you. breaking tonight, correspondent rich edson covers the state department and is confirming for us that secretary of state mike pompeo is expected to announce the u.s. will suspend the intermediate range nuclear treaty. that move would give russia six months to return to compliance and if they don't, the u.s. can formally withdraw. we'll watch that story. venezuelan special forces reportedly raided juan guaidó's home while he was away, he was speaking at the university of caracas while he was away. his 21-year-old daughter and grandmother were home. he warned nicolas maduro do not cross a redline what comes to my family, u.s. officials have warned of serious consequences if there is any attempt to harm
guaidó. to sudan where hundreds have been arrested for calling for the ouster of autocratic president omar bashir. security forces fired live rounds at protesters. mariah carey is sparking controversy after becoming the biggest international star to perform in saudi arabia. she rejected calls to cancel the performance over the nation's treatment of women. she said she sees the opportunity to perform for a mixed gender audience as a positive step toward ending gender segregation. much more breaking news ahead, the president telling new york times the wall talks are a waste of time and claiming comments about his intel chief were mischaracterized. ralph northam said the infanticide charged against him is disgusting but saying he endorses expanded abortion rights and one g.o.p. senator ain't having it. >> i think the 2020 democratic
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>> shannon: he also says the wall talk are a waste of time. we heard from kelly on conway earlier on the show criticize house speaker nancy pelosi and the president echoed those comments in this interview. time for two nights power panel. the former aide to senator chuck schumer christopher hahn, allison and, d guy benson. what do you make of the president taking on
nancy pelosi? we used to get along great but obviously there are partisan divides now but he says it sounds like it's a waste. they are wasting their time. >> he is not going to get the wall not pelosi and he's going to try to misuse the emergency power statute and he's not going to get through the courts but at least he will be able to go to his base and say he tried which is really all he wanted at this point because it's all he's going to get. if he really wanted the wall he should be putting his master negotiating skills to use with mexico to get the money for the wall, that was the other part of the promise. everyone talks about his promise for the wall but where was the other part of the promise? i went to one of those rallies, i heard him call at outcome of the crowd called it back to the them. >> shannon: he will point to the new nafta it has a different name now and say that's how we got the money for the wall.
>> that's been spin but very fw people believe the masking government was going to write a check to pay for the border wall. what's not a fantasy is constructing new physical barriers and places the border patrol say they are needed, democrat after democrat was willing to play ball on so long as the government reopened. it wasn't just rank-and-file democrats, it was leadership. new physical barriers were part of the solution so now the government has been reopened, we know what border patrol is asking for. if nancy pelosi continues to rule out any money for the barriers at her party says they support, it will prove absolutely that she was operating in absolutely bad faith. >> shannon: i want to start with you because there's so much in this interview. i want to talk about roger stone and wikileaks and the president saying rod rosenstein told him or told his attorneys that he is not a target in any of these
investigations. what do you make that? we know there's a lot of angst between him and jim comey and wanting publicly for the fbi director to say with the president said he had told him privately, that he wasn't a target. >> he was frustrated that comey said three times privately you are not the person being investigated but he wouldn't say so publicly and eventually comey admitted as much. i have no idea what rosenstein did or did not assure the president when it comes to any of this. i feel like on some level, i'm excited for the mueller report if only for us to be done with this. i am so tired of speculating about what might have happened, what may have been said by this person -- let's see the evidence and make our judgment. >> shannon: i think that something we could all agree on. i want to get to another hot topic, these comments from the virginia governor yesterday. he has clarified and said those
who suggested he was talking about infanticide should be ashamed, he spent his life helping kids. there are a lot of people saying they think democrats should have to step up. henry rogers with "the daily caller," much like our peter doocy was chasing around democrats on the hill to get them to respond. he said i just spoke with over ten democratic senators in the past two hours, not one of them would acknowledge the comments on late term abortions, every one of them denied ever hearing them. >> they can't condemn what he said because it's in the democratic party platform to support abortion without restrictions. this is what abortion without restrictions looks like. it's abortion through all nine months, it's abortion funded by the taxpayer dollar and that's all governor northam did, he told the truth about the democratic party's platform and we have to ask about how the country got here? were talking about third trimester abortions on viable
babies, we got here because the democrat party takes their marching orders from groups like planned parenthood rather than make access more important than safety, this is what there is no abortions looks like. it looks like allowing it through all nine months, there is no medical reason for abortion and particularly in the third trimester on a fully formed baby. >> shannon: do you think the democrats should clarify in the governor is trying to clarify, do you think they should have to answer for that? kathy tran is the delegates name who pushed for this and she was asked does this mean an abortion could take place when a woman is in labor and is on the way out, she didn't say no, she said yes. >> i think republicans are overreaching here in an attempt to stimulate the base. i really do. yesterday they were accusing governor northam of saying you could kill a baby after it was born, that's ridiculous, the american people know it's ridiculous.
>> shannon: that's what the bill says he supports. >> hold on, democrats believe a decision on abortion choice should be on a woman and her doctor and not her state, the bill in question will not allow abortion while the baby was crowning. >> why did the writer of the bill say that. >> shannon: read the bill, you need to read the bill, this is exactly what it said. >> i did read the bill. this bill reduced the number of doctors that would be involved with the decision to won the woman's own decision which is what medical dishes and should be, it's not be between the state, the woman come at her doctor, it should be between the woman and the doctor, democrats want to see less abortions that's why they want birth control which the far right doesn't want.
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