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ed henry is in for shannon bream, he and the fox news at night team. did you watch any of the super bowl? >> i was bored out of my mind. i will congratulate new england. >> to be there was fun but you wanted breeze brady, you want to that matchup. ed: we were thinking of last-minute plane tickets to atlanta and i'm glad we didn't. >> we had a lot of fun, have a great show. ed: democratic governor in virginia, the crisis spreading tonight, the man in line to replace northrom, justin fairfax seems to have a me too problem. here's the stunning twist, he is musing about the possibility that northrom's allies are pushing the sexual misconduct allegations against his own
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lieutenant governor to save the governor's hide. he is clarifying he's not sure northrom is to blame. the governor who once accused donald trump of racism is refusing to resign after the racist photo surfaced in an old medical school yearbook, advisor say his status is hour to hour after a big meeting with top administration officials. as for the lieutenant governor, the washington post is months ago they investigated claims that fairfax committed a sexual assault but did not publish the story because they could not corroborate the details. could not corroborate assault allegations against brett cavanagh but published those anyway. the apparent double standard, kristin fisher is digging into breaking news. tomorrow the president will address the nation. they are teasing out the theme of the state of the union will be unity.
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chuck schumer called the president ally before he delivered the speech. sean hannity has thoughts on that and he will be here to weigh in shortly. we've got fox news team coverage tonight. looking at the mainstream media's selective outrage over governor northrom, ignoring his comments on abortion but we begin with kristin fisher with latebreaking details out a virginia. >> reporter: such ans. not only is the governor virginia in trouble but the listening governor is in trouble too accused of sexually assaulting a woman 15 years ago. a public election committee that supports the lieutenant governor believes the governor and his supporters are behind these allegations. justin fairfax was asked if he thinks governor ralph northrom is responsible. he said he had no indication that he was but he also said this. >> i have nothing to hide.
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somebody manipulated the press on this. is completely obvious you don't have to be a political genius to understand this is a smear. >> he says the allegations are completely false and describes the encounter as consensual. the washington post says it investigated her claims but never published because it was not corroborated. now allegations are surfacing as fairfax is poised to become virginia governor if the current one resigns and nearly every top democrat from nancy pelosi to hillary clinton and joe biden also governor northrom should step down. even virginia's democratic senator says it is time for him to resign. >> it is his decision to make, this is very painful for a lot of people. we reached a conclusion and shared it with him, he lost the confidence of enough people that
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the right thing to do would be to step down. >> northrom said he's one of the people in that 1984 yearbook photo showing two men, and on saturday he said it was not him. he did admit to something else, darkening his face to look like michael jackson at a dance contest. >> i had the shoes, a glove and used a little bit of shoe polish to put on my cheeks. the reason is don't know if anyone ever tried that but you cannot get shoe polish off. >> as he weighs whether or not to resign there are lots of questions about why the student come up back when he was running for governor against ed gillespie. gillespie's campaign manager is blaming the republican governors association who he says were responsible for the campaign's opposition research. they declined to comment but can you imagine how different that race would have been of these allegations had come out back then. >> he might not be the governor
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of virginia tonight. northrom's yearbook photo sparking a poor across all media platforms is controversial comment about killing a newborn baby that was just delivered were not covered with quite the same furor. howard kurtz is here with a look at what critics see as blatant media bias. >> ralph north subbarao was embroiled in a major controversy two days before the disclosure of the racist yearbook photo but most of the networks ignored the furor over a bill the governor was defending to lift some restrictions on late-term abortions. >> if a mother is in labor i can tell you exactly what would happen. the infant would be delivered, kept comfortable, the infant would be resuscitated if that is what the mother and the family desired and then a discussion
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would ensue between physicians and the weathers. >> those drew coverage in the next 48 hours on conservative sites and on fox news. >> should the child live or die. >> this is a fully formed human being in the womb. >> there is no coverage on abc, nbc and msnbc. cnn gave the story 3 minutes and the cbs evening news with northrom at second a defense of its remarks and republicans pounced. >> virginia's governor responded to critics after a move by democrats to ease restrictions on late-term abortions ignited and intense debate. >> only and an oculus line from his radio interview with ed. >> a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother. >> the virginia much or which was tabled in committee is similar to unscheduled into law by andrew cuomo in that it allows late-term abortions if the health of the mother or the viability of the fetus are said to be in question.
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republicans seized on late-term abortion is a potent 2020 issue and virginia republicans were trying to paint northrom as radicals who favored infanticide. >> the media is full of people who are extreme on the issue of abortion. they do not like the messy conversation. >> the abortion controversy is directly tied to the furor over the blackface and kkk photos in a 1984 yearbook. the website that broke the yearbook story told the washington post the tip came from that school classmates angry at the governor's stance on midterm abortion. ed: the president will deliver his second state of the union address, he's flirting with declaring a national emergency to build his border wall without congress but what else will his speech touch on? what can we expect on the
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national security front? >> i don't want to say but you will hear the state of the union and see what happens right after the state of the union. >> reporter: donald trump answering a question about whether he will declare national emergency during the state of the union. if he does he said many times, go ahead and build the border wall without congressional approval. >> have to do that. >> reporter: it is not clear he would make such a bold announcement in front of tens of millions of people but we do know some of the topics he will discuss tomorrow night. a senior administration official says the president will discuss the following topics, safe and legal immigration system, protecting american workers on trade deals including china and nafta, rebuilding america with respect to infrastructure. lowering costs for healthcare and prescription drugs and protecting national security. the president is expected to discuss the unfolding political crisis in venezuela. he has another summit with north
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korea's kim jong un schedule that may announce the time and place in tomorrow's speech. >> we've made tremendous progress. if you remember before i became president it looked like we were going to war with north korea. now we have a very good relationship. >> the state of the president's foreign policies and coherent, inconsistent, cynical in the stream and undermining american power and our national interests. in some, the state of our union is in need of drastic repair. >> reporter: a new fox news poll the president's approval rating is 43%, disapproval 54% which compares that to december of last year were 46% approved of his job and 52% disapproved. the speech, 10 days before the deadline for congress to send him a border security package that includes money for a wall. >> would you shut down the government again? >> we will see what happens on february 15th.
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i don't take anything off the table. >> reporter: there is speculation the president may announce a major reduction in troops in afghanistan where the united states has fought for 20 years. >> not every time the editorial board praises donald trump but the times editorializing today that after 18 years, quote, it is time to end the war in afghanistan and give the president credit on the issue saying his foreign-policy has been unwise if not self-defeating in many areas he is right that it is time to end the war. let's bring in jesse kelly and fox news contributor, former cia station chief daniel hoffman, welcome. >> thanks for having us. >> we should note you were appointed just today by the president to his prestigious intelligence advisory board, congratulations on that.
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what do you make of the new york times editorial. >> i agree with part of it that the president's desire to bring the troops home is laudatory but i also believe one of the lessons from 9/11 is when we allow terrorists to enjoy ungoverned space in failed states which is what afghanistan in the border region with pakistan is they will plot against us. isis and our qaeda and the indian subcontinent, i'm concerned that if we don't retain some military intelligence capability that those threats might be visited on our shores. >> the super bowl, the president said i campaigned on the idea that we are tired of endless wars and i'm following up. what say you? >> he is absolutely right and congress is wrong, congress voted 68-23 to keep our soldiers in afghanistan.
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and insane foreign-policy, no need to spend 18 years in any country let alone afghanistan and ally ourselves with pakistan following countries and failed countries, there are failed countries all over the world? are we going to invade the mall for 18 years? these are real soldiers coming back, missing limbs, soldiers deployed 9 or 10 times, special forces are deployed for 950 days a year, it is breaking american families, time to bring them home. ed: the stakes are high all around the world, not just afghanistan. the president tweeting he will bring home all us troops from syria. there's pushback in congress. let's talk about this from lindsey graham and adam schiff about the fight against isis. >> there is a plan to stabilize syria so the iranians don't take over, turkey and the kurds don't go to war.
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mostly in international force. i give the president credit. he did something obama didn't, taking the taliban to the negotiating table. >> he declared isis is finished, we had complete victory but this is not what our intelligence agencies see. it is not consistent with reality. ed: when the president took over ice is had a large landmass, many miles, it has been shrunken down but are you worried about the us pulling out completely if isis regain strength? >> this lesson learned about president obama's precipitous withdrawal troops from iraq which allowed isis to take over such great geographic territory. i'm nervous about outsourcing our security to russia and iran, syria, turkey. they don't hold our best interests at heart and would not be effective dealing with isis. we had a contingent of 2000
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troops serving as a buffer to ensure the turks were not going to target syrian defense forces. i think the debate we are having is a good one. >> the president talked about keeping a small amount of us forces in iraq who could help in syria if necessary. >> we are talking about putting american soldiers at risk, the only good terrorist is a dead terrorist. in 18 you deployment in a place like afghanistan is an accessible, gross, to hear these us senators who never carried a weapon in a foreign land talk about sending our guys to war is horrible to me and the term chicken hawk needs to be brought back. when you send someone else to war, you lead our troops into battle. >> the only good terrorist is a dead terrorist out to be the final word tonight. the white house has long been
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president's be. how many times will he say something is fake news because it is true? ed: chuck schumer going after the president for a speech he has not given. the white house is the president's theme will be unity. joining me, sean hannity. >> criticizing a speech he hasn't even given. the same guy that supported everything the president supports on immigration, border wall, funding the wall, is he going to lecture everybody else? >> you know this president and talk to him from time to time. how does he -- >> i always say the same thing, i neither confirm nor deny my sources or what i said. this president has done something we rarely see in
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politics, most politicians hide who they are, put their best face forward, he wears who he is on his sleeve with no apology and with the fierceness that donald trump has fought to give us the largest tax cut, his supreme court nominees, to make us totally energy dependent, on track to produce more energy than every country. >> how does it work with chuck schumer and nancy. they resist and you are a liar? >> if their goal is to continue 90% of america's apps coming across the southern border, free reign for cartels and gangs and don't care about fentanyl then they are going to own the responsibility of what happens as a result of their hypocrisy, double standard and lack of agenda. >> did he retool? his he made some mistakes? he has democrats running the house, a new power dynamic? >> a lot of my fellow conservatives were so quick to doubt.
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i have known donald trump for over 2 decades as he is tenacious, unrelenting and they didn't care about daca or dreamers, that is a, i am done, as if they forgot every promise he kept. >> my gut instinct, with no knowledge is that 99% sure donald trump will use the military, maybe declare a national emergency and build the border wall if he has to fight, the ninth circuit will do it with the supreme court. >> we could go so many directions but the level of outrage for a racist yearbook and virtual silence from the democratic party from nancy pelosi on down over the fact the same man supported infanticide. >> remember his words. he said i can tell you what will happen. we will deliver the baby and
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then make the baby comfortable and the mother will decide if the baby runs into difficulties whether to resuscitate the baby or not and then have a discussion. to me, evil, grotesque, sick. the president, this is the party of late-term abortions, higher taxes depending which plan, 70%, to 90%, this is a party of open borders and more crime. everything, i told everybody that watches fox the 2018, everything they were hiding they are saying publicly outdo themselves on to get that radical extreme liberal base. >> it was extreme in 2016 and now -- >> it is the democratic party.
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lieutenant governor, breaking news, he has a me too problem, he's being accused of a serious assault on a woman. he says it was a consensual relationship. with diane feinstein? kamala harris, kirsten gillibrand? where are all the i believe people? when michael avenatti. who is not a fan of mine at all but i said don't rush to judgment, everyone deserves to process, turned out in his case he was innocent, same with brett kavanaugh and all of these people, all of those press conferences, i believe, we believe. do they believe the accuser of the lieutenant governor? >> sean hannity who needs no introduction, welcome to washington. >> this is the sewer. >> the water is not too bad.
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thanks for coming, good to see you. who are the justice democrats? after helping alexandria ocasio-cortez, some liberals are ready to launch primary challenges against interests in their own party. we look at who is on their hit lists and more 2020 hopefuls moving a bit to the left. is there a civil war brewing in their party? >> i'm sick of democrats who are afraid to be democrats, afraid to be bold and aggressive. >> will that help ensure the president's reelection? live after the break.
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>> ed: breaking tonight, fox news can confirm lawyers for president trump inaugural committee received a subpoena. a few months ago reports surfaced that the federal
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prosecutors in new york were in >> fox news confirms lawyers for donald trump's inaugural committee received a subpoena for documents related donors and spending. reports first surface that federal prosecutors in new york were in the early stages of a probe, the committee says tonight they intend to cooperate. ruth bader ginsburg has made her first public appearance since having cancer surgery is in the showing of the notorious rpg in song at the museum of women in the arts in washington. prior to tonight the justices been absent from the court, not making a public appearance since december 21st. the newly empowered progressive wing of the democratic party is warning of a civil war within the party. trace gallagher is on the case of the so-called justice democrats, how they help take down one of the most powerful democrats in congress and who he will go after next. >> reporter: the far left
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justice democrats are in the process of remodeling the democratic party. justice democrats are made up mostly of young people who just a few years ago didn't have any interest in politics until they became galvanized by the message of bernie sanders, the fact that sanders lost didn't stop the momentum. many argue it simply shifted it toward new blood including helping alexandria ocasio-cortez get elected. with ocasio-cortez representing the future justice democrats are making it clear centrist democrats are holding the party hostage and becoming obstacles in the fight for things like free college and medicare for all so the goal is to counterpunch with willing liberals like new york mayor bill diblasio. >> quite sick of democrats who are afraid to be democrats, afraid to be bold and aggressive. >> reporter: step one is to gather support for the ocasio-cortez green new deal resolution her office calls a,
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quote, national, social, industrial mobilization at a scale not seen since world war ii. that might include things like universal healthcare and net 0 greenhouse gas emissions but even though the green new deal lacks clarity it is picking up support and could be introduced within days but justice democrats might be surprised to learn the future is running into the past. a new monmouth poll shows former vice president joe biden running 13 points ahead of other 2020 democratic presidential hopefuls. the emerson poll in the early voting state of irish is the only one who can beat donald trump, albeit not by much, is joe biden. the pieces he's closer to making a decision about his future plans. ed: tonight's power panel. morgan ortagus, democratic strategist richard goodstein and daily caller white house correspondent am a good to see you wall.
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you had a chance to hear sean hannity bat around the democrats a little bit, laying out the facts in terms of this potential civil war, your response? >> all do respect to trace and sean, the largest caucus in the democratic party is the pro-business new democratic caucus. almost all the bernie sanders backed candidates in primaries of 2018 lost in the reason democrats are in the majority is not a elected a bunch of liberals. ocasio-cortez won a liberal district in the primary, democrats got 22 billion votes in the primary, she got 14,000. they won the majority because they picked up votes in swing district and purple districts. democrats spent $2.5 billion in
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2018, justice democrats raise $2.4 million, you got to keep it in perspective. nobody in the leadership is a embracing anything justice democrats are pushing, none are pushing the green new deal. we should cool a little bit on the extent to which democrats are getting pulled -- joe biden if you look at mayor bloomberg, are going to be serious. >> the energy in the democratic party is on the left. >> everything he said is factually true and that is what i would expect from a democrat but it is not where the energy of the party is. i see what is happening with the justice emigrated younger people in the party as a boiling pot and nancy pelosi has alluded on the part and trying hard to keep it in check but eventually the pot is going to boil over and what you are seeing when we look at the 2020
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candidates no one is running on a moderate agenda that is announced yet, people who are considering running for moderate haven't gotten it yet, waiting to see what happens. we saw what happened with howard schultz as ceo who wants to run as a moderate as a former democrat because he says the party is going too liberal into the next election. joe biden could do well according to polling against the president, i find a hard time seeing people coming out and running the nominations fording such an extreme agenda winning the nomination. >> to continue, the pot boiling and the lid which is an interesting analogy, i'm not making fun of it because there are some republicans who thought nancy pelosi would not be in control of that part and wasn't going to become speaker and she defied the odds and in round one in terms of the government shutdown you can argue all day where we are headed after the state of the union but appeared she did
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pretty well in round one. >> you see the party establishment absorbing these forces, putting them into play, giving them resource and allowing them to have their say on particular committees but they coalesced. we saw this happen with steve bannon in early primaries after the trump victory, we are going to have the m aga coalition going to primaries and put in only people who agree with the nationalist agenda. mitch mcconnell is the leader of the senate, driving the trump agenda, the party establishment are very powerful in washington and adept at taking resurgent movements and giving them some research and placating them. ed: governor northrahman virginia, northrom approval plummets after black place photo emerges, that has to be the most obvious have been ever. you will not do well after that but in all seriousness where does your party go from here?
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>> he needs to realize since every democrat anyone ever heard of said he should get out he needs to do that in a way that allows him to save face. god only knows what happened or what he thinks happened but he hasn't persuaded anybody that what happened is good. ed: he was considering doing the moonwalk and on saturday his wife had to say you are already in that part of boiling water and she saved him for the moment but -- >> thank god for women and wives as you can attest if you are married. this is a very serious subject but this brings out a bigger discussion which is do we allow redemption in politics? that is something we've been talking about.
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i said this when the news broke, the governor should step aside, but with this breaking on the day of black history month this is not the time -- something important we need to discuss is there are allegations against the lieutenant governor, once again goes to this narrative of do we believe all women, all of these allegations and how do we handle these things in politics in a way that takes into account the freedoms we all enjoy? this -- republicans would be right to stand up as it relates to the lieutenant governor and say let's take a deep breath and give the benefit of what they want. >> we have this graphic of the new york times headline, how they covered the allegations against brett kavanaugh and how they are every the lieutenant governor. he denounces sexual assault
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allegation as a, quote, smear. is what they said about brett kavanaugh. brett kavanaugh's nomination inter-oil his accusers as he assaulted her decades ago. why didn't they call that? >> that times headline is one of many examples. you had the lieutenant governor come out, force a statement about the publication of these allegations in the washington post which i didn't see anyone saying he was unfit to govern because he was angry, using this allegation is blatantly false against him. as much benefit of the doubt is given to his motivation in combating what he sees as a false smear against amanda reaction is just as important as the allegation. >> a lot of leaders in your party said believe all women. are you going to believe the women in this case? >> they said give women the first opportunity to make the case. not a knee-jerk way to believe everything. >> he said i believe her.
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>> they said believe all women, that is literally the hashtag. >> kamala harris said she believes her because there was corroborating evidence. there was in terms of her friends, not being at the party. we are not going to litigate it here. >> a consensual interaction on the part of the governor. and an alleged sexual assault. last word. >> there is a great search function on twitter, you can search the hashtag believe all women who don't believe that that's what they said in the case of brett kavanaugh. >> i will give you several minutes to talk to the panel, appreciate you coming in. the migrant caravan at the border tonight busted with the help of the local government. they say it is the final
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>> thousands of central american migrants down the street from texas, the caravan, border security, and issue the president will be addressing tomorrow night. let's bring in the agent in charge of special operations division, good to see you. i want to start with you about what is happening with the fentanyl we saw that was seized at the border, some democrats saying it is not such a big deal because it went through a port of entry and the wall wouldn't have stopped it anyway. >> it was a big deal because it could have killed 57 million people, 17% of the us population. the thing is you got to realize the port of entries need the resources. if you have a wall, the
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tractor-trailers will go through into ports of entry and you will have border patrol agents, screening technology so you will be able to do a much better job focusing on the threats and knowing who is coming into the country as opposed to riding around the open land all night long in a tvs. >> we keep hearing from the white house he wants to talk about unity, get a deal on issues like daca which the party has talked about for a long time. >> it will be interesting how the president talks, the word he chooses to use to describe a wall or barrier, he is that language this weekend because i think part of the language, trying to create political room, you saw him do that a bit in the rose garden after he reopened the government when he started to signal a bit of an opening but he also thinks what is happening on capitol hill is
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a waste of time. interesting see what tone he adopts tomorrow and whether it signals willingness. >> matt gates, republican congressman of florida, here's what he said about whether to call it a wall or not. >> it may be the right reach for a thesaurus that saves us from the government shutdown or emergency declaration but if we were a business in america or nonprofit a family we would be looking for when/went out of this type of conflict. washington, both sides are so hell-bent to see the other side lose they don't help to find the when. >> if we call it a barrier instead of a walk in a deal be had? >> it is embarrassing, if you listen to experts that work on the border they say walls work. we have to stop listening to people in washington. many of them haven't been to the border. let's listen to experts, get the wall and keep americans safe.
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>> my last question is nancy pelosi, leader of the democrats said mister president, reopen the government and we will negotiate and she had a news conference friday and said not a dollar for the wall. he reopened the government, doesn't look like they are negotiating. >> 3-part question. part one, i think this is the political context, 60% of americans are opposed to a wall but overwhelming support among the president's basis that is the context democrats and republicans are looking at and navigating. you are seeing on the hill, i will talk about the hill because it is relevant to what you're asking about the way forward, republicans and democrats, neither wants to see a government shutdown and if anything you are seeing -- will they negotiate? >> the interesting conversations are not having a press conference but behind closed doors.
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it is wishy-washy to say too soon but it is too soon. >> that got to get this done by february 15th or the government will shut down. appreciate it. next, the uk is scheduled to leave the european union. officials are planning for the worst. riots and other chaos. we have inside details on a secret plan to save the royals coming up. 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? [kno♪king]
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>> ed: get this. the british have a secret plan, not so secret now, to evacuate the queen if ed: the british of a secret plan to evacuate the queen of things go south during brexit. greg has the inside scoop. >> reporter: there are reports of plans to make sure the queen and what they call the firm are safe in case they get caught when brexit happens next month. >> reported over the weekend that security officials are assessing all plans to see the royal family evacuated to an undisclosed site in case of civil unrest if they exit the european union without a plan next month. the possible object of public higher in a worst-case scenario
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that could result in shortage of food and medicine, chaos in the borders and the plunge in the economy. there was no comment for fox news. no deal brexit is a threat, not a reality. it has been 2 and half years since the uk voted to leave the european union two months until the deadline but the deal, there is no deal yet. teresa may's plan, only if she changed the key clause dealing with the transition period following the march 29th deadline. they met with hard-line members of parliament in brussels. and not budging. a bargaining text, they don't want to see chaos either but don't want to make it easy for the uk to leave. all the while washington
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>> sean: it's time now for ed: time for the midnight hero, ruby kate spent a lot of time at the care home where her mother works as a nurse, curiosity led her to a woman who cannot afford the cost, got ruby thinking how many residents couldn't afford simple things that brought them joy. with the mother's help us with-year-old started what she calls 3 wishes, the go fund me page raked in $90,000 to residents and 5 nursing homes
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in arkansas. truly amazing and bringing joy to a lot of people. you are tonight's midnight hero. most-watched, most trusted, most grateful you spent the evening with us, i will be back at 1:00 am tomorrow after the state of the union, join us. >> good morning, tuesday, february 5th, this is "fox and friends first" happening at 4:00 am, fox news alert at the doorstep, thousands of migrants trying to claim asylum, arriving at the us border overnight and we are live inside that caravan. >> the state of our union is in need of drastic repair. ed: democrats blasting the state of the union address before it gets off the ground, how he will talk about the biggest issues facing the nation. no host no probl


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