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speechless. >> let you name a salmon after exfor voold. 1,000-pound bear going to set you back 20 bucks. some people say it's worth it. rob: we will see you later. jillian: have a good day. >> borders talks stalling out as the deadline to fund the government is just days away. >> i'm very skeptical that anything is going to come out of this conference. >> we will take as much money as you can give us. this is going to get built with or without congress. >> meet lies and mate with the truth and a vision for the future from u.s.-mexico border. >> the aoc wing of the party is taking over now immigration and this will be the hell of an election. >> the new player enters the field amy colony low bar. >> i would put forth legislation foregreen jobs. >> at the end of the speech
she looked like a snowman. >> grammy awards. >> all of this matters. every story within every voice; is that right, ladies? >> yes. >> yes, it is. ♪ what a make a way to living ♪ barely getting by ♪ it's all taking and no giving ♪ just use your mind ♪ and they never give you credit ♪ it's enough to drive you crazy if you let it ♪ 9 to 5 ♪ steve: she has still got it a tribute to dolly parton last anytime recognized out in hollywood at the staples center. ainsley: many of them have been on our show that's her god daughter. brian: if i didn't quit clarinet in 8th grade i could have been there. ainsley: you could have been there.
you could have been in the background. brian: we thought we would have a deal to talk about this week. we might or we might have one that implodes. that's where we are heading. so optimistic on friday. steve: were we? brian: senator shelby and the others 17 other bicameral. bipartisan coming up with a border agreement. we thought we were focusing on the wall. instead we are focusing on beds as well. steve: that's what we said on friday beds and border security structure. they didn't even get to that what it all comes down to now is the democrats are trying to limit the number of detention beds. in other words, now, think about it if you arrest somebody, if you are ice, and you arrest somebody, if you are going to arrest somebody, you have got to have a bed for them. so really, the administration is steamed at the democrats because they are telling the administration how many people they can arrest, ice, in a year. and they want to cap it at 16,500. ainsley: what's interesting is if you look at prisons across our country, people
are saying we don't have enough bed. have to let people out that have the shorter offenses. here on the border we have enough beds. republicans want to pour the money out so the criminals don't come in our country. they have the beds. democrats are saying we don't care if you have too many beds. we want to limit the amount. brian: we thought we were foe kissing on they are at 1.3. this house was. the senate had 1.6 billion for the barrier. trying to see if a number between the 5.7 the president wants and the 1.3 is what nancy pelosi said. they are greg close to 2 billion and then they spring this push on ice. remember, they said they wanted to abolish ice? and they got so much backlash did the democrats and they pulled back from that? they are slowly trying to abolish ice. and they are trying to do that by diminishing their impactfulness and allowing people they would normally detain to stay in the general population. roughly 40,000 beds. they want to cut it back as
many as 35,000, maybe less. steve: they are trying to cap it at 16,500. the president, i am told, will not agree to limit the number of criminals that ice is allowed to arrest. if there is a shutdown, and it is a real possibility on this monday morning, there will be a shutdown because the administration will not allow the democrats to put a number on the number of people ice can arrest in any calendar year. it's not about beds. it's the number of people who can be detained. that's what it all comes down to. ainsley: it could be a shutdown on friday. steve: absolutely. ainsley: folks negotiating say it has completely broken down. border committee democrats are behaving all of a sudden irrationally. not only are they not only unwilling to give dollars for the obviouslily needed wall. they overrode the recommendations of the border patrol experts. but they don't even want to take murderers into the custody. what's going on?
brian: a march showing duly very popular people in texas. the president and broker. ainsley: they are upset with him saying at the state of the union the wall works in el paso. brian: which it did. steve: we had the acting chief of staff mick mulvaney sir late yesterdasigh r. circule government still might shut down. nonetheless, he is emphatic. that wall is going to get built. >> our attitude at this point is we will take as much money as can you give us and we will go off and find the money some place else legally in order to secure that southern barrier. this is going to get built with or without congress. >> is the national emergency, declaring an national emergency still on the table. >> absolutely still on the table. this is not the precedent. this is the law. certain things every president must do in order to trigger the rights that he has to sort of move money around. brian: he might be able to get some other money from
something else to get it there. ainsley: instead of pulling the emergency switch. the president said this is what the democrats want. they have want to take the focus and distract what's happening in virginia. they would love another shutdown so it makes him look bad and he is saying that many people in the democratic party really want to knowing united states and they want something done but he feels like the leaders in the democratic party are stopping it. brian: something happened. senator mike lee came out over the weekend and said i talked to the president and he essentially said i take 2 billion. you get me 2 billion. i'm all right. keep in mind. between all the regulations and all the forms and getting everybody up to speed, they are just starting on the 2017 money now. so they get about 50 miles out of that you get 2 billion. there is seven months left in the fiscal year then you get another 2 billion. next thing you know you are getting close to halfway done knowing there is only a finite amount of people to build the barrier. steve: 2 billion figure is one that's floating around. i heard they are not even close to 3 billion. apparently the talks have broken down. there is no suggestion when
they are going to start again. as to an agreement regarding the amount of money that would build a fence or a wall or barrier they didn't even take that up. this number of ice detention beds is a nonstarter. ainsley: seems like a tactic doesn't it. brian: i can't believe the democrats would give up their ability to govern to nancy pelosi. i mean, clearly she is pulling the strings. she is making senator schumer look like a shoulder for her. all these other people in negotiations and tim ryan was actually talking, twhi maria over the weekend. he had no idea that there was even an issue with bids at the border. where did this come from? where did that come from. ainsley: a lot of republicans felt that over the weekend. another stall tactic. something else to bring up. california very progressive state as you know. gavin newsom is the new governor there climate change, income inequality. you knower with stands. he accident like all the troops on the border. he is saying that he possibly might pull 400 troops that rah signed to duties there on the southern border of california.
steve: well, is he expected to do it. keep in mind it was last year that jerry brown the previous governor, went along with the administration, the trump administration, and installed 400 to our southern border. now newsome is going to pull them and assign them to other things, unclear if the federal financing for the troops will continue if they are redirected. but, right now they are currently being paid by the federal government. it looks like about 100 are going to go help fire suppression efforts, another couple hundred would go towards antidrug enforcement. brian: that's what you vote for, california. new mexico always feels very similar to the president's push for borders. so we wil -- border security. people get a vote? i wonder if the people in san diego border communities. steve: it's a sanctuary state. they get to vote on it every time they go to the ballot. brian: residents of san
diego i imagine don't feel too amenable to the lack of security. steve: something in southern california as well is los angeles at the staples center last night they had the big grammy awards. and there was a surprise towards the beginning of the show. yes, indeed, that is former first lady michelle obama. she appeared during the opening with issue wil alicia ka jada. talking about the effect music had on their lives. ♪ ♪ >> from the motown records i wore out on the south side to the who run the world songs that fueled me through this last decade. music has always helped me tell my story. music shows us that all of it matters, every story within every voice, every note within every song. is that right, ladies? >> yes.
>> yes. >> yes, michelle. >> yes, it is. brian: michelle obama got a huge applause. for 15 or 20 seconds couldn't get through it a tribute to her. her book is also number one. leaving a lot of people including the drudge report is she getting set to run? although she has been very emphatic. jo like politics. my husband dragged me into this. i am not running. she is still somebody still extremely popular. steve: last night was not very political. however, if you were watching the opening act, which was gigantic. a huge set. about 100 people running all over the stage. there was a guy. ainsley: rick j martin to the left and the singer. >> sitting right there on a bench or just a chair a guy holding the newspaper that says build bridges, not walls. speaking of build the wall, joy villa, remember, she is the one who had the make america great dress
previously. last night she wore the build the wall dress. ainsley: she made her annual statement there on the red carpet. that's what the back looked like. build the wall. if you look closely on the shoulder pads on top of her shoulders she had barbed wire. build the wall dress with her maga make america great again purse. it's not about race. it's about protecting people. women are being sexually assaulted. thousands of children are being exploited. 70% of heroin is brought in through mexico. that's why she wants the wall. >> she was not the only one with a maga message. had you singer ricki rebel wore a keep america great again jacket as you can see right there. he has been an active supporter of president trump. although he has faced considerable backlash according to variety especially considering that he has been an add advisor voyeur cat for lbgt rights. brian: demonstration with socialism or green new deal. i didn't see any. too bad. ainsley: they ran some skits
about nancy pelosi and about alexandria ocasio-cortez. it was pretty funny. steve: for the most part grammys not political at all. ainsley: but it did get a little. steve: a little. brian: jillian mele will join us now. jillian: that's what the teleprompter says. a man accused of shooting and killing a police officer and marine veteran is officially charged with his murder. jordan fricke is being held on $1 million bond. he shot math ritner with an ak 47 through his door when police tried to serve a warrant. the officer's funeral is scheduled for wednesday. tributes are pouring in follow the death of long-time north carolina congressman walter jones. he passed away on his 76 birthday after complications from a broken hip. former congressman calling him a beloved colleague and friend who had a impact on
all through his graciousness, character and committed christian faith. democratic congressman g.k. butterfield tweeting quote i will miss his humility and unwavering love of his community. rest in peace. jimmy johnson wiping about all of his competitors at daytona. >> jimmie is going -- oh, no. and around goes bernard into the wall. jillian: look at that of the seven-time cup champion winning the clash at daytona. final tune-up before this sunday's daytona 500 which will have a fresh face at the starting line. 21-year-old william byron won the pole. those are your headlines send it back to you. steve: 21-year-old hitting the snow. jillian: yes. brian: elizabeth warren kicking off 2020 campaign. >> systems of our economy have gotten rig sod far. that's what a rigged system looks like.
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♪ ♪ >> millions and millions and millions of american families are also struggling to survive in a system that's been rigged. the rules of our economy have gotten rigged so far. that's what a rigged system looks like. rich and powerful have rigged our political systems as well. steve: massachusetts senator elizabeth warren called out a rigged system in america multiple times during formal announce document run for president in 2020 over the weekend. should she be talking about that when she has admitted to misrepresenting her heritage? joining us right now howie carr, radio talk show host and author of the new book kennedy babylon volume tomb. howie, thanks so much for joining us. >> thank you, steve. >> you have been watching her for years.
what do we need to know about her? >> well, first of all, she began describing herself as a native american at the age of 35. she began checking the box. she was a teaching assistant, teaching instructor at second tier law school in texas. when she began checking the box. suddenly she is tenured law professor, first at the university of pennsylvania and then at harvard university. and then after she completed her mediocre rise to the top, she decided to rejoin the white race. steve: howie, she has said, she has made it very clear over the last 10 days, look, i never did that to advance my career or anything like that. that's what she claims but it doesn't bear up under scrutiny. it's pretty clear that has been doing this for a number of years. you talk about the rigged system, steve. as a harvard professor, she was able to buy
2-million-dollar mansion in cambridge with an interest-free loan from harvard university. now that seems kind of rigged to me. and she also talked about the expensive cost of hire highr education. this a woman who taught one course at harvard law school for $350,000 a year. so she is worth upwards of $10 million. now. and, you know, it's just amazing that she is -- that she can go out there and make she's statements, talk about hypocrisy. apparently it's true that you know, there is going to be more opposition research coming out on her. this one in texas is not the end. steve: i will tell you what, her rollout has been a disaster over the last couple weeks. howie carr joins us today from boston. thank you very much. his new book "kennedy
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compass. kill babies after they are born? brian: can you kidding that's the current governor of virginia. dan bongino is here author of by gate the attempted sabotage of donald trump and now officially a fox news contributor. tan, is he going to help us heal? we have to heal? i didn't know we have to heal. >> he said virginia needs a doctor. no, what virginia needs is a politician with even a modicum of credibility, brian. they don't have one right now. think of the political quandary they are in. this is a semiswing state arguable at this point leading largely blue. do you want the 2020 election coming up in the virginia elections for a party that's bedrocked themselves the democrats i am speaking about in identity politics. do you really want this conversation in 2020 to be about infanticide and photos, those horrible photos in his year? -- yearbook? you know if it turns out
these horrible charges against fairfax are true he needs to go as well. ainsley: let's go back to what do you call it the way back machine. steve: the way back machine. ainsley: he said on cbs that virginia needs someone that has empathy and a moral compass. is this empathy and moral compass? listen to this. if a mother is in labor can i tell you what would happen. the infant would be delivered. the infant would be kept comfortable. the infant would be reiss success at a timed if that's what the mother and the family's desired and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother. steve: so those are his comments the week before the blackface story emerged. and, yet, i think maybe a quarter of the media outlets are talking about that story where he talks about well, first the baby would be delivered and then the mom and the doctor would have a conversation about what to do with the baby. amazing.
>> yeah. yeah, steve, you know, the cardinal sin northam made according to the democrats, not according to us who advocate for life throughout is northam was honest about what late-term abortion really looks like. and the image he painted was so devastating that a lot of these media activists who don't want to tell the truth about what late-term abortion really is found this to be absolutely devastating. i want -- i want to ask this question, it's serious. i get that a lot of proabortion activists are turned off by it but it's a serious question now that the window has been moved significantly by the radical left. how many breaths do you have to take now before you are safe from thought deadly legislative pen from some on the left? how many? how many days do you have to be alive now before you are safe from these people on the left who have moved the window into now a conversation about what northam spoke about which is unquestionable infanticide. steve: it used to be the conversation was at what point does life begin?
how do you define a life? what is he explaining is the baby is born and then after the baby is born, then you figure out what to do. >> steve, the conversation once was about safe, legal and rare referencing abortion. because i think democrats understood being proabortion was never going to fly in mainstream america. that's now completely gone. we have a law up in new york that i saw a poll. even 44% of pro-choice individuals don't like the new late-term abortion law up in new york. this is not in any way a mainstream position. brian: right. just real quick. on these what adam schiff said yesterday. we don't have much time. he said yesterday is he going back into president trump's business career to look for anything that might affect any decisions he would makes a president. since when? this is not benghazi or white water. those are incidents that they wanted to investigate. they are having just a wide
swath look at a 50 year business career. how is that acceptable? >> well, it's accept to be adam schiff because he is the sleazy es member of congress. is he a discredited third rate conspiracy theirist who has absolutely zero credibility and the difference between the investigations under president obama is benghazi had evidence. there were four body bags. theist actually admitted to targeting citizens. the targeting of james rosen and others actually happened. we have the legal documents. adam schiff is inventing crimes. he has no evidence. brian: unenable. h>> he is sleazy. that's what he does. ainsley: vows to investigate as long as it takes. steve: elections have consequences he says. dan, have great week. >> thanks, guys good to see you. ainsley: good to see you too. president trump heading to the border as lawmakers battle out a deal in washington. next guest's daughter was killed by illegal
immigrants. there is her picture. school teacher. and will be right behind the president her dad will tonight. he joins us with a message for congress coming up next. steve: plus the national the nal "national enquirer" firing back at jeff bezos after tried extort him. why the paper says it's journalism and not blackmail straight ahead. brian: first here is bow nay the make you make me feel. ♪ can we talk?
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el paso one of the safest cities in our country. walls work and save lives. brian: president trump heading to the border in el paso. in texas in a few hours where he will continue to discuss the message from the state of the union. ainsley: one of the people attending the rally agrees with the president. his daughter, her beautiful picture her name was amanda. was allegedly struck and killed this past thanksgiving by illegal immigrant driving drunk. steve: dan ferguson joins us now from el paso. thanks for joining us. we know you have a big day today appearing with the president at his rally tonight. can you take us back, dan, and tell us what happened to your daughter, amanda? >> yes. my daughter is sixth grade teacher here in el paso. she was struck and killed by illegal alien. this man came to america in 2012. he was kept here by the border patrol and deported. he again beard the country illegally which makes a
felony. in 2018 he was arrested for aggravated assault and put in jail. they released him on bond without notifying ice. thus, he went and had a drinking spree. he ran two red lights and killed my daughter as she was crossing the street in a crosswalk. brian: he kept driving, didn't he? >> he kept driving. he dumped the vehicle. he threw the beer out the window. he lied to the police saying that the vehicle was stolen, and that he tried to get his father to tell the police that the vehicle was stolen. they later convinced him and he told the truth that he was driving the vehicle after he had five or six beers. ainsley: dan, you have a lot of democrats mad at the president because they said at the state of the union that he wasn't truthful what was going on down there in el paso. he said the wall has made el paso safer. i know you have been a 45-year resident of that area. what are your thoughts about that. >> i have lived here for about 45, 50 years. and the wall is a great
deterrent to illegal immigration. before the wall there was a guy named sylvester ray yes, sir. he placed border patrol agents every 100 yards. before hold the line, el paso was a dangerous place because i was raised here. we had about 50 cars stolen every week. close to 500 a month taken down into what is to chop shops. mr. were gangs in the school and drugs flowing across. i remember doing my student teaching on the playground as a p.e. coach. i saw two agents chase down three illegal immigrants on the play ground and tackle them. this is back before hold the line and back before the wall. steve: got to be so frustrating for you, heart breaking for you because this man was in the country illegally. but, at the same time, he was arrested after he was deported and had he been turned over to ice. this may never have happened to your family. what are you going to tell the president tonight because is he going to pull you aside. you are going to have a conversation.
>> i hope. so i would like to do a shoutout to president trump i'm 100 percent behind him on his deal on the wall in securing the border. he also needs to look at cutting off all the money for sanctuary cities. because all that does is let these illegal aliens back into our society to commit more crimes. and i know president trump has looked into the eyes of angel dads and angel moms like me. he knows the pain. he knows the hurt that we have been gone through. he knows the suffering that is being caused to the american citizens. my question for the house and congress is, you know, my daughter was hit and she was so badly hurt that they wouldn't even let my wife and i identify the body. her legs were broken in 8 different places. she had five skull fractures. she had 10 broken ribs and a picturepuck punctured lung. she died at the scene. that's something i have to live with and my family has to live with every day. if ms. pelosi and mr. schumer's daughter or
son were hit and killed by illegal alien. i guarantee you fund would go have been there months ago for this wall and security for our border. brian: beto o'rourke doesn't see it that way. he is having a rival rally and a march. >> yeah. beto, you know, it's funny because he is representative of the el paso area. he has yet talked or called out to me, ms. escobar has yet called out to me. they don't mention anything about the protection of the american citizens here but they advocates the rights of all these illegal aliens. ainsley: dan, you told our producers amanda was a 28-year-old teacher, a wife. my world, and a baby girl thaglue that held our family together. i'm sorry you are going through. this god bless you. >> god bless you very much. thank you very much. i appreciate you having me on. steve: thank you, sir. brian: dan ferguson, missouri will be there with the president tonight. hey, jillian. jillian: following a story out of missouri. get you caught up with this.
a nurse work taking missouri jail is accused of poisoning her husband to mary ann marry my an inmate. mary was allegedly having an affair with an inmate. the two talked about getting married. she is charged with first degree murder. the "national enquirer's" publisher pushing back after jeff bezos accused the paper of extortion. >> absolutely is not extortion and not blackmail. it's not a crime to ask somebody to simply tell the truth. >> the amazon founder tells the paper which exposed his affair with a former tv host last month threatened to release intimate photos unless he denied to tell the story was politically motivated. blackmail. the newspaper says it's journalism. congresswoman sparking bipartisan backlash online. the minnesota democrat accusing the israel public affairs committee of paying members of congress to be
pro-israel. the group debunking her claims inpart, quote, our bipartisan efforts are reflective of american values and interests. we will not be deterred in any way by ill informed and illegitimate attacks on this important work. celebrities honoring the highest achievement in music at the 61st annual grammy awards last night. rapper making history song and record of the year. first rap-based song to win the award. his team accepting it on his behalf. rapper cardi b. getting emotional after becoming the first solo women to win best rap woman. and country singer casey must graves taking home the night's biggest award for record golden hour. back to you. ainsley: on that album is a song called butterflies. it's so cute. i love that song. brian: what about alicia keys playing two pianos back to back. you are served billy joel.
steve: a look at janice and looks like there is a lot of winter weather all over the place. janice: there really is we will have quite a week for much of the country. take a look at the maps real quick. i will show you where we have both coasts dealing with winter storm and it's cold. we are dealing with the potential for snow across the interior northwest in towards the midwest and the northeast. so, here's deal right now. we have a couple of systems that are going to ride this boundary that is draped across portions of the south up towards the mid-atlantic. you can see it developing heavy rain, the possibility for ice and snow. north of new york and west of new york. you see the pink on your map. that is ice accumulating ice. so that's a big deal tomorrow for the commute and tomorrow afternoon's commute. you were midwest is also going to deal with snow and this is going to be continuous throughout the week. also the northwest a couple systems moving in here with heavy rain and mountain snow. it is going to be a busy week. listen to your local forecasters and we have travel delays big time for much of the week.
not only for the east coast but for the west coast as well and everywhere in between. ainsley: brian wanted to know why do we have ice? i thought we abolished ice? [laughter] janice: i have no comment ♪ steve: janice dean with a look at winter weather. janice: only weather, my friend. that's all i do. steve: indeed. well played. brian: until after the show show. ainsley: then she -- brian: i know, have you got to get fox nation. big show still ahead. according to all reports. andy mccarthy will be here live. thomas homan will be here talking about abolishing ice. how does he feel about denying beds to those great people. and the counselor to the president of the united states a woman named kellyanne conway. ainsley: plus democrats nationwide want to increase your taxes. but one republican governor plans to cut taxes and it could pay off big time. stuart varney says the liberal governor should take note. and he is on deck.
company on the fox business network stuart varney. >> the lessons they could learn should they wish to learn it is that if you want to grow your state's economy and you want to keep high income earners in your state, you cut taxes. that is a lesson which democrats are extremely unwilling to make and to learn. asa hutchison, in arkansas, looks at his immediate neighbors and sees that they have got lower tax rates than in the state of arkansas. sometimes people will move from arkansas across the state line to take advantage of lower taxes. what does he do? he lowers taxes in his state. keeps people in, grows his economy. now, this is a message. it's a debate going on nationwide at the moment. because in high tax states, new jersey, new york, california, we have been through this before. steve: right. >> taxpayers, despite tax reform, are going to end up paying a lot more in tax and getting far lower refunds.
the tax exdiscuss well underway. steve: so many people move from new york to florida. florida actually has more people and yet can do what they do for a lot less than they do here in new york. >> florida is the number one domestic fry congratulation state. it's going to stay that way. texas is number two. we just got numbers from the irs. the average refund. the average tax refund is down 8 hers from last year. furthermore, over 4 million people who got a refund last year will not get a refund this year and over 4 million people who got a refund last year will pay more this year. almost all of those people are in california, illinois, new jersey, new york, connecticut. brian: because you no longer can write off state tax. >> you can't deduct your state and local taxes. that really hurts you were upper income people. brian: arkansas is right near last any of the states in education.
critics would say couldn't we use that money for education for the people of arkansas. >> if you lower taxes you grow your economy. eventually you get more tax revenue coming in. that is the theory. that is the practice. that's what happens. ainsley: it actually works. >> it does work, yes. now you have got to work it right. some states have lowered taxes without lowering spending. so you end up getting a bigger deficit. brian: that's what our country does. we have not cut spending. >> no. we have not cut spending. we did cut tax rates. we did not cut the amount of tax being paid by you were upper income people. ainsley: you guys don't have a tax on anything. you are new jersey. you have live in new jersey. >> look, one simple message here. if you want to grow your economy, and you want to keep people paying tax in your state, lower taxes it's a win. brian: can you get some of that wisdom from 9:00 to noon on fbn.
>> get all of it. ainsley: not some. brian: you don't hold back. thank you, stuart. >> thank you, all. steve: straight ahead minnesota senator amy klobuchar promising a green future while entering the 2020 race. >> i will reinstate the clean power. invest in green jobs. rejoin the international climate agreement. steve: will the far left agenda of 2020 hopefuls only help republicans? some say yes. brian: it was 15 degrees. ainsley: someone get her a cap. plus, it's the grammy moment everybody is talking about. dolly parton bringing down the house star studded tribute. carley shimkus is here with friends from the biggest night ♪ as someone in witness protection, i can't tell you anything about myself. but believe me... i'm not your average consumer. that's why i switched to liberty mutual. they customized my car insurance,
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♪ ♪ 9 to 5 ♪ service and devotion ♪ you would think that i ♪ would deserve a promotion. ainsley: dolly parton bringing down the house with biggest names in music last night. brian: that's not the only moment that got people talking about the grammys. steve: what else are they talking about on social media. carley shimkus knows and she joins us on the couch. >> i love the dolly parton tribute. steve: you loved the whole show. >> i thought it was the best awards show. it wasn't overtly political. it was like a concert. it was a nonstop concert. it was so long. it was almost four hours long. but it was full of entertainment. this was one of my favorite moments of the night and i was on twitter while this happened and it just was an endless stream of praise for
dolly parton. who doesn't like her? david on facebook says dole dolly parton is awesome. she has still got it she sure does. saying a great contributed to a great lady of country music and suzanne says now she is class act. a breath of fresh air and she refuses to play the political card. good for her. she doesn't get political. she does not get political. she is an entertainer. steve: somebody who was political joy villa who we have seen in the past make america great again dresses. she was there last night with the build the wall dress. >> this is the third time she has shown support for the president at the grammys. the top layer of her dress is supposed to look like barbed wire. that's the dress itself. that is a pattern build the wall on it she wasn't the only person who get political. that is singer ricki rebel and he was wearing a keep america great trump 2020 blazer. he is a big trump supporter
and he is an lbgt activist as well. a lot of men tear on, this of course, on social media. one person on facebook says normally i would rather celebrities keep their opinions to themselves but let's face it, they don't. so let this makes me happy to see them supporting our president so openly. cheryl says interesting to see that. i wonder how she was treated when she went. in and chelsea says glad she has enough guts to do this. it was not all praise though. a lot of people took great issue with her for dressing up as the border wall on the red carpet. ainsley: she says she doesn't care. she just ignores it. ainsley: she says she does ignore the backlash. it's interesting. i wonder how uncomfortable she felt wearing those outfits. third year in a row she has done it. it does work for her benefit for the publicity aspect. brian: look at us. steve: we are talking about it. brian: we will listen to you on radio channel 150. >> i would love that. ainsley: please do. steve: coming up on this
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♪ steve: a shutdown is a real possibility on this monday morning. ainsley: negotiating they say it's completely broken down right now. >> i'm very accident anythinskeptical thiswill come s congress. >> this will get built. >> truth and vision for the future from u.s.-mexico border. >> aoc wing of the party is taking over now immigration and this will be the hell of an election. >> new player enters 2020 field. minnesota senator amy klobuchar. >> i will put forward sweeping legislation to invest in green jobs. >> president trump tweeting at the end of her speech she looked like a snowman.
steve: last night big grammy awards and surprise at the end of the show. >> all of this matters, every story within every voice. is that right, ladies? >> yes. [cheers] >> yes, it is. ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm talking love ♪ ainsley: wouldn't that be able to great to be able to dance and perform and sing like jennifer lopez. brian: i know i can must be frustrating. sang for half an hour about 50 songs. absolutely incredible. hard enough memorizing copy. steve: right. brian: how do you memorize a dance. ainsley: you are asking the wrong people. steve: what's what dancers do. you are not a dancer.
brian: first time i have heard. this i have been called not a dancer on live television. steve: anybody who can't do the ymca. [laughter] brian: how do you memorize the moves? do you feel that? steve: practice, practice, practice. my daughters danced for years. ainsley: did they? steve: so much practice. they loved it. ainsley: when i tried out for cheerleading in ninth grade my gosh, i was so off. everyone they brought out like groups. and you tried out with like nine people. and i was so off. so totally everyone else was in it. i totally got cut. brian: got cut. ainsley: i made the team once in seventh grade. i don't know how did that. my mom said they picked me up and expected to give me a pep talk like we are so sorry they knew i couldn't dance and i said i made it. steve: brian tried out for the jets cheer squad do you remember that. brian: no. steve: we have got video. we will find it anyway, thank you very much for joining us on this monday.
we have a got a lot of news in addition to the fact that we're not great dancers. brian: right. which is not news. ainsley: you tried to dance and you knocked over the painting. steve: did i on your first day. that's the last time i danced on tv. brian: had you that d.j. ainsley: we are all bad. brian: white house sending a firm message that president trump's border wall will get built one way or the other. ainsley: negotiations have stalling with just a few days until friday to make a deal. steve: kevin corker at the white house with another government shutdown perhaps this weekend, kevin. >> can you believe it, guys? a breakdown in talks means a shutdown could be looming. twitter, president lays out for everybody watching online and at home what his thinking is as the democrats and republicans apparently can't seem to get their act together. he said. this the border committee democrats are behaving all of a sudden irrationally. he goes on to say this. not only are they unwilling to give dollars for the obviously needed wall, they
overrode recommendations of the border patrol experts. but they don't even want to take murderers into custody. what's going on? well, that's what a lot of people are asking both inside washington and elsewhere. still, as you have also heard over the weekend. his team is committed to this idea. we are going to get that money to build the wall. >> the president is going to build the wall. that's our attitude at this point. we will take as much moneys you a give us and then we'll go off and find the money some place else legally in order to secure that southern barrier. this is going to get built with or without congress. >> with or without congress. those are fighting words inside the beltway and democrats are saying, listen, it's not going to ham if you don't work together. >> every negotiation almost every negotiation out there hits bumps in the road there are bumps in the road. as long as we stay focused in a bipartisan way, bicameral way to get it done. i'm hopeful we can get it
done. >> jon tester is hopeful. we will see how hopeful people are here in washington. big rally for the president tonight as he makes his way down to el paso, texas talking border security, guys, back to you. steve: thank you very much. brian: democrats threw a monkey wrench into the whole thing subtracting beds. i appreciate jon tester trying to act we can work it out. no, this is something to destroy negotiations to bring this whole thing up. that's not we can work it out. what we can work it out 2 billion to 5.7 billion finding something there. this is not trying to work it out. steve: this has been going on the entire process because the more money the republicans wanted the less number of ice beds the democrats wanted. when you hear they are trying to put a cap on the number of ice beds. keep in mind, if ice detains somebody. you know, for a variety of charges. they need to have a bed.
the president, through his people at the white house say he will not agree to limit the number of criminals that size allowed to arrest. because if they put a number on the number of ice beds, number of people who can be detained essentially you are telling the federal government how many people they can arrest. and the administration said that's a no-brainer. that is a nonstarter. ainsley: democrats are saying release them into america. just put one of those ankle bracelets around them and then we can track them. brian: aoc, this is what lindsey graham says the aoc is taking over the left wing. donald trump is not going to give in sign any bill for less beds available to hold violent offenders who may come across our border. can he not do that he will not do that. >> ainsley: ankle bracelet is not going to stop people from being violent. amanda ferguson was killed. she was a school teacher in his 20's.
married. was as the glue that helped heir family stay together. she was a remarkable person. he said. and she died on thanksgiving just a few months ago. he will be at the rally with the president. listen to what he said. >> i know trump has looked into the eyes of angel dads and moms like me. he knows the pain and hurt that we have gone through. he knows the suffering that is being caused to the american citizens my question for the house and congress is my daughter was hit and she was so badly hurt that they wouldn't even let my wife and i identify the body. she died at the scene. you know, that is something that i have to live with and my family has to live with every day. you know, if ms. pelosi and mr. schumer's daughter or son were hit and killed by illegal alien, i can guarantee you it would have been there months as for this wall and security for our border. steve: his daughter died
simply walking across a street in a crosswalk. she was hit by a man who had been deported from this country, came back illegally and then was arrested while it sounds like ice detainer on him the local jurisdiction did not november ice. so he was out and about and apparently had been drinking. and that is when. ainsley: her wedding picture. steve: absolutely. the president is going to talk to laura ingraham tonight in el paso. you will see it on her show 10:00 p.m. eastern on fox news channel. brian: 8 official democrats run running for president of the united states. for unique introduction. so far the award has to go to senator amy klobuchar who chose to give h. announced in 15-degree weather in the dead of winter coldest place in the country. steve: she is from
minnesota. >> she walked out there without gloves and just sat there for a half an hour and gave a speech. watched the show mount on her. she delivered a great speech, she was flaw luz in that delivery. it was well-written her beliefs may not be something that turn you on or maybe it is. i'm con der why she would put other supporterring football team won't play in this weather why make the announcement in this weather. steve: she is in minnesota. she has grit, she said. >> in the first 100 days of my administration. i will reinstate the clean power roles and gas mileage standards and put forth sweeping legislation to invest in green jobs and infrastructure. [cheers and applause]
and on day one we will rejoist join the climate agreement, i am running for every parent who wants a better world for their kids. i'm running for every student who wants a good education. every senior who wants affordable prescription drugs. for every worker, farmer, dreamer and builder, i am running for every american. ainsley: she has been criticized because she mistreats her staff and can't hold down people. turnover rate is very high highest for any lawmaker she was asked about it yes i can tough and push people. i have high expectations for myself and the people who work for me. but i have high expectations for this country. brian: some anonymous staffers described a toxic work environment including demeaning emails thrown
office supplies and request of staff to perform personal chores for the. built to get to this moment as a awe shucks. ainsley: apparently had a hard time finding people to run your campaign. steve: once you declare the knives come out. elizabeth warren also declared over the weekend in lawrence, massachusetts and howie carr on a little while ago. ainsley: the president said so much for global warming though she is in a blizzard. steve: i know. elizabeth warren, howie carr says she has a dubious history talking about her ancestry and he feels that should disqualify her. brian: a lot of people feel that way. ainsley: these debates should be good. jillian: so many of them you will. jillian: get you caught up starting with this patrick hope now backing off plans to begin the impeachment process against virginia lieutenant governor justin
fairfax. fairfax is accuse accused of of sexually assaulting two women. he denies the claims. governor raffle northam refuses to resign over blackface scandal. >> virginia needs to heal there is no better person to do that than a doctor. that's why i'm not going anywhere. jillian: northam says fairfax may have no choice to resign if the allegations against him prove to be true. thousands of teachers set to walk off the job in denver this morning for the first time in 25 years. the union and the school district failing to strike a deal on teacher pay. classes have been cancelled for 5,000 preschoolers. the district is hiring thousands of substitutes to keep schools open. publishes more of president trump's private schedule. the document dump coming hours after the acting white house chief of staff said they are close to finding the source of the leaks. >> i'm hoping have a resolution on that this week. >> when you find that person
or persons. >> likely going to be a career staff. you will learn how hard it is to fire federal workers. jillian: the white houses that not commented on latest week. >> california fire department welcoming newest and youngest recruit. firefighters were responding to a burning shed when jackson mcnary put on his own fire fighting gear and ran out and grand moyer says he loves firefighters. ainsley: that so so cute. he is like stand back. i have got. steve: i bet you he grows up tore a firefighter. in 18 years. brian: meanwhile coming up straight ahead. the "national enquirer" did not try to blackmail jeff bezos. who is right? andy mccarthy went to law school and is so happy about it. steve: first is a tribute to
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steve: we just told you about how amy klobuchar declared she is going to be running for the presidency of the united states hometown of minneapolis. it was snowing there. also, over the weekend. had you elizabeth warren, the senator declaring from lawrence, massachusetts, that she is in it to win it. if you missed it, here's a little of her. >> today, millions and millions and millions of american families are also struggling to survive in a system that's been rigid. rigged, rigged by the wealthy and well-connected. this is the fight of our lives. i stand here today to declare i am a candidate for the united states of america. [cheers and applause]
there she is talking about the rigged system. didn't she try rig it in her favor for claiming she was native american for purposes many claim for her career. ainsley: they say by 2020 he might not be in office behind bars. brian: ridiculous statement. almost as ridiculous as continuing her decision to continue to visit her native american which is not strong as ed o'keefe said on face the nation hardly a right wing fire brand. this label is going to stick. she starts out about not being transparent. she is not transparent. lids cheney also secure. steve: she masshe has made a clm she was of native american blood.
in 1984 she claimed she was a cherokee in an oklahoma cookbook. in 1986. brian: powwow chow. steve: she filed a texas state bar development declaring herself as an american indian. 86 to 95 listed as the minority. and 1984 past minority faculty member at the university of penn. ainsley: remember when the texas bar information came out and he said will more documents be revealed? she didn't answer "yes" or "no." talking point. and then since then all of this has come to light. brian: if you are cory booker and amy klobuchar if you are anybody running against her, she is not going to get to president trump because if they do want to win, they will take her out on this. debate stage three deep are you going to sit there and say i'm not going to bring up the native american status of my opponent? ainsley: that's going to
hurt her because a lot of people are saying she doesn't have the character to run. we will see. brian: straight ahead, the "national enquirer" says they didn't try blackmail jeff bezos after they tried to and sometimes ineffective. for better value, tackle grease with dawn ultra. dawn is for more than just dishes. it provides 3x more grease cleaning power per drop, which cuts through tough kitchen messes, pre-treats laundry stains, and even tackles grease build-up on car rims. tackle tough greasy messes around your home, and save money with dawn ultra. brand power. helping you better. ythen you turn 40 ande everything goes. tell me about it. you know, it's made me think, i'm closer to my retirement days than i am my college days. hm. i'm thinking... will i have enough? should i change something? well, you're asking the right questions. i just want to know, am i gonna be okay?
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budapest. hopes ten courages women to have more kids and reverse the country's population decline. finally 143 years. that's how long the westminster kennel club that show has been running. judging begins today in new york city. nearly 3,000 dogs will be competing for best in show. brian over to you. brian: jeff bezos accusing the "national enquirer" of blackmailing him. nirg is fighting back. >> people close to the conversations said this was a crime not a negotiation. >> the source is totally wrong. louisville not a crime to ask somebody to simply tell the truth. brian: so is this extortion or not? let's ask assistant attorney general for the southern district of new york andy mccarthy. does this sound illegal or extortion to you or journalism as usual? >> yeah. no, it seems like extortion to me, brian.
it's a question of, you know, they said we're going to publish this unless you drop your investigation into what we're doing. so, i don't really see how anyone's first amendment rights are being trampled on. the national in"national enquirer." no one said they couldn't publish it. no one is saying they can't publish it to this day. wilbut if they end up running afoul of prosecutors, it's going to be because of their conduct not their publication. brian: then you have to wonder about the deal they cut with the government. the immunity deal with the government okay that be in jeopardy being that he runs this organization if that is looked as a possible extortion? >> yeah. it certainly is. because the agreement that they made as i understand it require them to refrain from any violations of the criminal law for a period of years. so, obviously, if this is a violation of the criminal law that would violate the
terms of the agreement. the other interesting things about these agreements, brian, they are usually written by prosecutors. it will be the prosecutor who gets to determine whether there has been a law violation here. it's not like they should have to go into court and prove it. >> interesting. so here is their attorney, he will kin yesterday with george stephanopoulos. >> ami does not want to have the libel against them that this was inspired by the white house and inspired by saudi arabia or inspired by "the washington post" it has nothing to do with it. it was a usual story that "national enquirer" gets from reliable sources. >> "national enquirer." brian: because jeff bezos says hey saudi arabia and the president hates me so we think it might an conspiracy going after me using david becker organization. does that does that have traction with andy mccarthy. >> not with me. i really want it to, brian, because barometer wits ibecausel
lawyer and old friend of mine. nothing prevented them from getting that story out just as exactly as he will kin just articulated it. but the way you are not allowed to do it is by blackmailing the other side. you will. brian: does it seem very amateurish ami to put this all in writing? >> you know, look, a lot of prosecutors would be out of business if people didn't do amateurish things. these are the sorts of things that happen. they will come out and say the fact they put it in writing is an indication they didn't think they were doing anything wrong. we will see how that flies with a jury. brian: thank you for being patient with us. >> all right. brian. brian: talk to you later. okay. good. i will get in touch. two minutes before the bottom of the hour. 32 minutes before the want to hour. can you follow. days away from another government shutdown and democrats want to cut funding from ice. tom homan used to lead that egg a he joins us live with
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joins us from d.c. good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: it sounds like at issue republicans want as much money to build a border fence as possible. it sounds like the democrats now want to limit or put a cap on the number of detention beds which really means put a cap on the number of criminals they can arrest or detain. >> look, i have been saying for almost a year that i don't think they are ever going to accomplish the abolish ice. what they are going to do is bankrupt ice to make them ineffective and take their money away so they can't put on the job. the number on the table 32,000 cap beds. ice is currently at 47,000. which means 15,000 over the cap. now we are halfway through the year. to get to 32,000 by the end of year they have to go 15,000 below 32. 15,000 above. 15,000 below. ice will have to release 30,000 people from custody. 30,000. ainsley: tom, tell us how it works. if you find someone who is
coming across the border and they have a criminal past, then you detain them and put them in one of these beds. >> no if they enter the country illegally they are processed on expedited removal congressionally mandated you have to detain them. if ice can't detain recent border crossers. catch them and release them from the stations and not even give them over to ice which is a violation of the law. ainsley: that's why democrats want to put ankle bracelets on them. >> look, ankle bracelets, first of all 1/3 of the people who wear ankle bracelets cut them off. they do not equal deportations. if you look at how long once you get ankle. immigration core puts you on backlog. you will be in the country seven, eight years. it may be cheaper per day angle kel bracelet. the average stay in detention is 37 days. it's far cheaper to detain someone and remove them. put them on ankle bracelet cost as lot more money in the long run.
brian: how would this work? if they don't come to an agreement. does ice get starvesd any way because no new money comes in. >> there -- they are so far to the left. they ought to just go home at this point. there is going to be no agreement. i think the president, i think he will either shut it down. is he going to declare an emergency because he knows what's going on. i have spoken to him. this is a nonstarter. i mean, i don't think if one republican on this committee agrees to this they ought to be fired. in 34 years i have done this job this is the worse by far that the democrats ever put on the table to stop enforce immigration law. one of the democrats last night said ice has to stop arresting law abiding immigrants and concentrate on criminals. first of all ice don't arrest law abiding immigrants. we arrest people here illegally. look at what ice did. they arrest our criminals. you can't incarcerate jails.
sanctuary cities. it's ridiculous what's going on. steve: unclear when the talks are going to resume. apparently they haven't even figured out what the number for the wall would be. so stay tuned with that meanwhile, tom, the guy who runs the gallup poll jim clifton has a quote out there that got us to scratching our heads. says 42 million asylum are watching to determine when and how is the best time to make the move. this suggests that open borders could potentially attract 42 million latin americans. 5 million planning to move in the next 12 months say they are moving to the united states. that's a wake-up call. >> why wouldn't they? if there is no consequence or deterrence, criminal organization cartels are getting fat with money. the democrats are helping them. they don't need a p.r. campaign. they have the democrats doing it for them. when you can't detain somebody and you can't, you know, hold somebody to see a judge why not? i mean, there is no
consequence. that's why this president is trying to end it. he is trying to control the border. brian: getting push back everywhere whether trying to end sanctuary cities or build a border. incredible. politico had this story. the border patrol is in a recruiting crisis right now. is it a worry of yours that will be an ice crisis soon, too. >> ice has never had much recruiting because i hire a lot of border patrol agents. i think the border patrol, the problem is, these men and women put their lives on the line every day. they see half a congress that don't support them, you know, when you hear the talk that democrats are doing right now, it's hard to go to work every day and put your life on the line knowing that the democrats don't think illegal immigration is a problem. they said yesterday that concentrate on criminals those entering the country i will lylely ice shouldn't look for them. got to be frustrating for the men and women. they put their lives on the line every day. it's got to be a morale buster after a while.
ainsley: is it frustrating for you though to know the republicans had a chance they were leaders of the house and the senate and republican president why didn't anything get done then? >> well, first of all they never had the 60 votes. they are not going to get -- so far to the left. but it's frustrating to me as i sit there. my last nine years in the agency, i dealt with congressional appropriate yarts, i know the games they play. so, obviously when they put this on narp week they forgot about me. i'm not going to shut up. when i look at what they put on paper even ice says oh my god i have never seen this so far to the left. they are pulling the curtain back and i think it's going to hurt them in the long run. america is not going to put up with this. steve: the president has made it very clear with his twitter machine, he has been telling everybody what they're up. to say let's see what happens regarding some sort of an agreement. >> we got the best president. we have the right president at the right time. he has done more in two years than most presidents has done in 8. i got full faith in him. is he not going to give into this. he won't give into this.
brian: he does not have a choice right now. play with the money on the border barrier but i can't see him going with this. >> he has veto power. brian: you got it tom homan, thank you. >> thank you. ainsley: jillian has headlines for us. jillian: good morning. we are following a story today a judge going to decide if a woman convicted of encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide can delay her prison sentence. michelle carter's lawyers want to push back her 15-month prison sentence as they appeal the case to the u.s. supreme court. carter was found guilty in 2017 of texting conrad roy convincing him to commit suicide. a school superintendent under fire after asking for prayers. the indiana school leader sent letters to local pastors asking to keep the school in their prayers. he wrote, quote: specifically pray that god will bless me with wisdom to make decisions that are in the best interest of our students. some school board members say it was inappropriate. a kentucky sheriff sounds the alarm suspending all
activity over alaska funding. sheriff postings on facebook lock your doors, load your guns and get you a barking, biting dog. if the sheriff's office can't protect you. who will? the sheriff telling local officials he can't expect deputies to work if he can't pay them. heart felt messages have been pouring in for our dear friend bob massi. the property man host passed away this week after a battle with cancer. many of you have want to know how to send condolences. bob's family has asked you donate in his name to organizations close to his heart. you can give to building homes for heroes or the nevada childhood cancer foundation. we posted the information for both on email@example.com. ainsley: both great organizations. i was talking to the guy who started building homes for heroes over the weekend and he was so touched that bob did that he and bob worked together a few times on some houses. really nice of his family to do it. steve: all right, jillian. thank you very much. meanwhile let's go outside straight to new york city
janice dean is there with absolutely nobody. janice: it's okay though. because they are getting ready for the possible storm and ice that's coming to the northeast. it's going to be a headline tomorrow. let's take a look at those maps because we have important weather news. 31 in new york. 18 in minneapolis. the bottom line is we have this frontal boundary along this frontal boundary that's where we are seeing imimpulses of areas of low pressure. bringing potential to the not only rainfall accumulating ice and quite a bit of snow in interior northeast. this is what we are dealing with right now. our winter storm will advance up towards the mid-atlantic and the northeast tomorrow morning and it will be a mess for not only the morning commute but the after commute. we also have flood advisories in place for the ohio and tennessee river valley. here's the timing. by this time tomorrow morning. it will be a snow event. south of that the ice moves in. and then we could see several hours of icing. so that's going to be a problem. you need to know what you are going to do tomorrow afternoon. how you are going to get home if this thing is an ice
events atlanta and northeast. seattle have had record-breaking snow. another storm system moves in today and that's going to move in to the inner mountain west and northern plains. we will keep you up to date. listen to your local forecast and local officials. it's going to be a busy day tomorrow across the northeast. steve: like book ends. we have storms on both sides. thanks, j.d. ainsley: one teenager taking his health into his own hands, getting himself vaccinated despite what his parents wanted. is he going to explain why coming up next. steve: plus counselor to the president kellyanne conway live from the house top of the hour. you are watching "fox & friends" ♪ ♪ to be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing it's best to make you everybody else... ♪ ♪ means to fight the hardest battle, which any human being can fight and never stop.
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vaccines i needed. i went interest from there and it blew up. steve: didn't you get advice from a nurse who told what you to get and then because you were 18 you went and got the shots, right? >> yeah. so i went to the public health department at n. my local town and i spoke to some of the people there. and they were very kind and they gave me information. i spoke to a family physician and from then on i went and made an appointment and a few months later i had about five vaccines i have more coming this month. ainsley: what did your mom say? did you try to convince her. you told our producers there was misinformation out there and that's what made you want to become vaccinated. what did your mom say? >> yeah. we had spoken a couple times in the past. and she would speak very vocally again about how vaccines cause autism and they cause brain damage and that misinformation isn't out of malice. people that have that opinion don't mean to spread that misinformation to hinder people's health it's to protect people.
we had conversations about that. and i tried to give her as much evidence as i had. and had hasn't gotten across yet but i'm hoping eventually it does. steve: the worry, ethan, is you have three younger siblings. >> i do. steve: your 16-year-old sibling wants to be like you and wants to get the shots. but, your mother is not allowing that at this point, right? >> that is correct. >> so what's going to happen? >> well, as of right now, because legally he needs the consent of my mother to receive those vaccinations is he planning to pursue that once he turns 18 like i did. ainsley: how are things. you know your momma loves you and like you said it's not out of malice. how are things with your mom now. >> they are actually great. we have had multiple discussions as this news cycle has progressed and we have spoken about my views and her views and how i still love her despite disagreeing with her even publicly. this issue is more important than accidentally hurting someone's feelings for just disagreeing with them. you know, and reaffirming
that encouragement i love her has allowed me to do that and pursue this story publicly and continue expressing that because of that we are still close. and, yeah. so it's good. ainsley: what are your plans? are you going to college? you are 18. >> yeah, i'm hoping to pursue a career in ministry. i'm hoping to become a pastor in some role possibly working in youth ministry. steve: additionally though. you are speaking out today and have you spoken to your local paper and whatnot because you want to get the word out that there is a lot of misinformation regarding vaccines that is circulating on the internet. >> that's true. ainsley: you sound like a great kid i know your mom is so proud of you. god bless you. wish you the best with your pastoral studies. >> thank you very much. steve ethan. ainsley: i love him so cute. steve: that's tough. ainsley: i'm glad he and his mom had the conversation they understand each other's points of view. steve: i don't think she
agrees with it but he is old enough. ainsley: still love each other and hasn't caused a wedge. moving on, counselor to the president kellyanne conway here live at the top of the hour. steve: plus, villa back with an encore. trump supporter showing off her build the wall dress on the hot carpet. carley shimkus here she comes. she is next. ainsley: first, red hot chili peppers and dark malone with necessities. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ s not a bed. it's a revolution in sleep. the sleep number 360 smart bed is on sale now, from $899, during the ultimate sleep number event. it senses your movement, and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. it even helps with this.
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♪ ♪ working 9 to 5 ♪ devotion ♪ you would think that i ♪ would deserve a promotion ainsley: dolly parton bringing down the house with. so biggest names in music last night. brian: yep. that's not the only moment that got people talking about the grammies, steve. steve: that's right. brian, carley shimkus joins us with media reaction and there is plenty of it. >> dolly parton has won quite a few grammy awards in her lifetime. she is no stranger to that stage. it was so cool seeing all these younger artists with her singing her songs and honoring her. one those people was her god daughter miley cyrus who has one of the best voices out there right now. and throughout the awards show i was on twitter. her name immediately started to trend nationwide. praise was pouring in for dolly parton. who doesn't love dolly parton. shellie on twitter says go,
dolly go. she is still amazing after all these years has never lost that beautiful voice. love you, dolly. another twitter user says doll slay national treasure. she sure is. and she is sang one of her new songs off 2018 album. just came out with an album. still writing music. ainsley: so smart not to get political. >> everyone loves her. steve: she wants everyone to come to dolly wood. meanwhile joy villa once again famously she had the make america great dress back in the day. she is back with the build a wall gown. >> last shear we wore a pro-life dress. this year she is showing support for the president's wall with a bring patterned dress and barbed wire on it ricki rebel also showed support for the president with trump 2020 jacket. that's the first look. three years ago now. so, you know, she decided to show support for the president again. became a big talker on
social media again. of course brian on facebook says awesome dress, thank you for standing up for america. sarah says her boldness makes her beautiful. it wasn't all praise though, of course. it must be pretty difficult to wear something like this at the grammys when so many people don't support the president. brian: at all. meanwhile casey musgrave got album of the year. was this a surprise? >> for music insiders, no, because the album was so well-received. but she did say that it is true that her album didn't make a lot of radio time. so it may have been a bit of a surprise commercially. but it was a big night for country music. she won the biggest award of the night. she took home four in total. ainsley: her voice is beautiful. >> she is so creative. she has old school kind of country music vibe. ainsley: butterflies and rairainbow. >> matches her dress. >> that was the thing that impressed you? brian: absolutely. >> easily impressed.
♪ steve: the shutdown is a real possibility on this monday morning. >> folks who are negotiating say it is completely broken down. >> it is stalled right now. i am hoping we can get off the dime. >> we'll take as much money as you can give us. that will get built with or without congress. >> mr. pelosi and schumer's daughter or son killed by an illegal alien i guarranty you funding would have been there months ago for this wall. >> with the truth and vision for the future from u.s.-mexico border. >> the aoc wing of the party is take over now with immigration. brian: eight official democrats running for senator. amy klobuchar chose to give her
announcement in 15-degree weather. >> i will put for the sweeping legislation to invest in green jobs. >> president trump tweeted at the end of her speech she looked like a snowman. steve: surprise towards the beginning of the show. >> every story within every voice. is that right, ladies? yes, yes. [cheers and applause] brian: j.lo was on hike 45 minutes. how could she do that she is just in shape. steve: you're an made earlier of the dancing arts. brian: the dancing arts. steve: you were jealous someone is able to express them so clearly. brian: in coordinate the way.
>> steve: which you can't. go back to 2011. melissa: we have the video. look at that. brian: where the heck did you get that? steve: just a little problem there. melissa: brian, you used to participate. you would never do that. brian: i don't know where you got that from. i have no memory of that. that may not even be me. melissa: may be because you were drunk. steve: is that one of those deep fake things. brian: that the last time the jets had something to cheer about. brian: i was not one of j.lo's backup dancers. this is it. i couldn't get out to the west coast. steve: big night at the grammys. big morning on "fox & friends." melissa: love we found the video. steve: kelly can -- kellyanne conway joins us now, counselor to the president. looks like the talks on the
border broken down. they haven't been able to figure out how much money to give the president to build the wall. what the democrats are asking to reduce number of i.c.e. beds. if you reduce the number of i.c.e. beds, there has to abed for every person detained, essentially the democrats are telling the federal government how many people they can arrest, right? >> that is choose. randomly choosing who should be caught and released into the interior of the u.s. who should remain there while their claims of asylum are being processed. mexico has also offered a safe third option where you can remain in mexico, have a work visa, have humanitarian needs, met while your claims of asylum are being processed on this side of the border. to defund i.c.e., abolishing i.c.e. as many prominent and big-mouth democrats are asking for these days would be devastating to the effort to keep us all safe.
i'm glad you mentioned that. the president is not part of these negotiations. he is waiting for a bill to come to his desk he can sign into law. you have the conferees, bipartisan conferees arguing about beds and barriers. people should know, especially the people who went to the border complained there were not enough beds, we want more beds, they want fewer. they want people to come illegally into the united states of america. the democrats have had a horrible six weeks in 2019. they're the ones at the table that can't get this done. they're the ones hurdling us towards a shutdown. the top democrat in virginia accused racist. the second democrat, the lieutenant governor, is an accused rapist, difference of a letter, and you got this congresswoman from minnesota again anti-semitic sewage spilling from her mouth overnight. brian: omar.
>> 70% taxes, socialized medicine of the they want to do away with cows, and do away with gas and cow gas and air travel. they are sitting on their hands while the president is speaking aagainst abortion in the 8th, 9th month. trying to stop human trafficking, sex trafficking. this has been a terrible six weeks. we need a fully functioning washington where both parties are focused on 2019 and not 2020. melissa: president says that is why the democrats he thinks they want to shutdown the government to change narrative away from virginia, tax 70 to 90%. >> they would certainly own it, ainsley. everybody knows they are at the table. america already thinks congress doesn't do its job very effectively. look at their overall approval ratings this won't help them. i hope they will come to an agreement. the president called for bipartisanship, coming together on any number of issues. last tuesday, the state of the
union, the first test is the conferees to put on his desk, border security bill, immigration bill, that has in it a physical barrier as the centerpiece but includes all the other issues, about he had abouts, i.c.e. funding, humanitarian needs, new technology, more immigration judges, more border patrol agents, the full package. let's see it. brian: kellyanne, beto o'rourke will have a march, rival rally to the president. is the president concerned about the size of his crowds? >> no. he is not concerned about that. what i would say to them is, thanks for showing up and if you really want to be on record, especially that guy apparently wants to reward his loss after senate seat, his loss of ted cruz senate, running for president, bring it to the whole country, being a loser, he wants to remind everybody he is against securing the border, a man who represented el paso, have at it.
every 2020 democratic aspirer, do you agree with that? do you agree we don't need a physical barrier for the southern border? do you agree with abortion anytime, anywhere? do you agree with 70% taxes? do you agree with representative omar of minnesota when she is being anti-semitic in their seats. they should be asked 24/7. should ralph northam stay. justin fairfax should stay? all these questions should be asked. beto o'rourke, will get a lot of free airtime for the would-be 20 to race. people should she that what it is. president is going down to el paso, giving an interview to your colleague laura ingraham at fox news, he wants to take the case to an area effected postively, his view of legal, safe immigration and a physical barrier wall would come to fruition. steve: you mentioned beto o'rourke may be running for president. we know amy klobuchar declared
over the weekend as did elizabeth warren. you've got kamala harris. cory booker. you've former congressman john delaney. tulsi gabbard, andrew yang, humannian castro. that list is only eight so far, it could actually be four times that before it is all done. >> great, keep it coming. just remember, anything times zero still equals zero. if you don't have good ideas that matter to the country, if you can't connect with people, now president trump did all through 2015 and 16, if people don't feel like you are giving them voice and visibility here in washington, d.c., where it will be very difficult for number of them to run as outsider to president trump. he is still seen as the outsider and disruptor. somebody trying to make washington work and trying to make washington work in more better and effective way. this country is where 157 million americans are working now under president trump's leadership, the highest number ever. 58% of new jobs are filled by
women. brian: right. >> this president is doing what he can to combat the opioid crisis, to get criminal justice reform in a way people pay their debt to society. he, i think unified the nation last week just by having our d-day veterans and survivor of both the holocaust, god bless them, and also the tree of life massacre in pittsburgh, he brought grace fair, cancer survivor sitting in the box. why? so that americans can feel good. brian: gotcha. >> so they can feel good about the greatness in america. they have nothing. they're so obsessed -- play the tape. brian: comments specifically. we begin with amy klobuchar, his beth warren, then cory booker. >> every worker, farmer, dreamer, and builder, i am running for every american. >> it won't be enough to undo the terrible acts of this administration. our fight is for big, structural
change. [applause] >> people in america are losing faith. they're beginning to believe that too many folks are going to get left out. i'm running for president because i want to address these issues. steve: to some, it is a binary choice, kellyanne. >> yes, that is why the president is likely to be reelected because his, he will say, here is what i have done for 3 1/2 years, by then the four years as president. look at the economy. look how i'm trying to bring peace around the globe. brian: right. >> may not work with chairman kim but this president is going to try it. look what he is doing to renegotiate trade deals. i have yet to see any type of serious, i'm yet to see presidential timber. i see a bunch of presidential woodchips. what happened this weekend is equally unimpressive. amy klobuchar seems like a nice person unless you're on your staff. terrible articles on how they treat them. i known her to be minnesota
nice. you can change o to, oh my. there is sing, happy song from these folks, invariably anti-donald trump. no body condition physiologically end a sentence or entire paragraph are or campaign unveiling without mentioning the president several times. elizabeth warren spent decades, folks, spent decades appropriating somebody else's ethnicity and heritage. she has been lying about it. kamala harris is for the green deal. other people signed up. kirsten gillibrand in her '50s, first time she ever eaten fried chicken. waited for cameras to roll. this is silly stuff. get serious. by the way let me give credit to mike bloomberg and howard schultz. these two guys started businesses out of nothing. they are successfully been job creators and have greated within the private insurance system for
decades for their employees and they're against the green new deal. they know it is stupid. brian: very rich. >> can't be donald trump. but at least they're pushing back. brian: axe cisco reported over the weekend that the president is working on meeting with president xi in mar-a-lago. can you move the story forward? >> no. it is possible. the president, had letter from president xi read out loud 10 days ago when the vice premier was here for a wonderful oval office meeting. i happened to be in there. there are some of the clips for the last meeting. he wants to meet with president xi very soon. the march 1st deadline is approaching. the president knows that his trade policies and tariffs are working. he wants president xi to make good on promise to schedule fentanyl -- >> are we closer to a deal, kellyanne? >> it looks that way. president wants a deal and wants it to be fair to american workers and american interests. he forged a mutually
respectable, respectful i should say, a relationship with president xi and the trade team led by ambassador lighthizer has been working overtime to get the deal done. the president is saying exact same thing he has been saying overall. why do we have 500 billion-dollar trade deficit with china? why are our folks the ones getting screwed? he wants a deal and wants to be fair with this country. if he wants a trade deal we'll meet again soon. steve: we want a breakthrough. keep us posted. >> president trump of course at the end of this month is meeting again with chairman kim in vietnam. china pushed forward denuclearization of north korea. he is a busy guy. steve: no kidding. >> executive time abroad. you got it. melissa: 13 minutes after the top of the hour. "national enquirer" fighting back against jeff bezos after he accuses them of blackmail. we're learning who might have leaked the story. we're live in washington next. brian: first here is dolly parton is, performing quote red
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♪ melissa: amazon founder jeff bezos accusing "the national enquirer"'s publisher of blackmail. steve: this comes after the paper published a story detailing bezos' affair. brian: he brings in saudi arabia. griff jenkins is in washington with the latest. hey, griff. reporter: good morning, guys. the enfirer is fighting back after bezos' accusation ex-to, and blackmail. the attorney for the parent company, american media, inc. said the paper committed neither. >> it is not extortion and not blackmail. it is is not a crime to ask somebody to simply tell the truth, tell the truth, that this was not politically motivated. reporter: last month the paper exposed extramarital affair with former tv host lauren sanchez. bezos said the paper threatened to release the photos if they didn't say this was not politically motivated. they are digging deep how the paper received texts.
focusing on sanchez's brother. he was allegedly aware of the affair, supporter of president trump and and acquaintance of roger stone. michael sanchez a democrat denied being the source of the leak. the paper's attorneys would not confirm the source's identity, saying it is quote, unquote, reliable source both known to mr. bezos and miss sanchez. guys? steve: griff, thank you very much. talking to andy mccarthy from "national review" a short time ago, if you drop the investigation, then these things won't get published, andy says that looks like extortion. >> it seems like extortion to me, brian. it's a question of, you know, they said we're going to publish this unless you drop your investigation into what we're doing. so, i don't really see how anyone's first amendment rights are being trampled on. "the national enquirer," no one,
no one ever said they couldn't publish it. no one is saying they can't publish it to this day, but, you know, if they end up running afoul of prosecutors, it is going to be because of their conduct, not their publication. brian: we'll see. they want to establish some type of link to saudi arabia being behind jeff bezos' texts to lauren sanchez. no one doubts they were really having an affair. just how much are we supposed to see of it. melissa: i hope it wouldn't be her brother that would expose this. steve: it says they are sources confirmed to the "daily beast" michael was the one who helped reveal the couple's affair. quite a story. brian: 20 minutes after the hour. outrage growing after an ms-13 member here illegally charged with murdering a man in broad daylight. one hispanic group wants i.c.e. to take action. two of their members join us next. steve: one comic strip thought it was funny to slam president
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>> good monday morning to you. welcome back. quick headlines. first a fox news alert. virginia delegate patrick hope, is backing off plans to impeach virginia lieutenant gove justin fairfax. he is accused of assaulting two women. he denies the claims. embattled governor ralph northam refuses to resign over his black face scandal. >> virginia needs someone that can heal. there is no better person to do that than a doctor. that's why i'm not going anywhere. jillian: northam says fairfax may have no choice but to resign
if the allegations against him are true. chanting "death to america" while celebrating the country's 40th anniversary since the islamic revolution. [shouting] president hassan rouhani telling the crowd the 1979 revolution saved iran from tyranny and dependence. brian? brian: change gears. mounting outrage in new york over a shooting in subway or on a platform. as an ms-13 gang member accused of killing another man in the middle of the day. that shooter with a long rap sheet here in this country illegally. latinos for i.c.e. coalition is demanding action. a new group formed in spoons to this tragedy specifically. they're calling for violent illegals to be deported. isn't that a novel idea. the group's found he mike reyes, a public advocate man any
alessandro talk about this more. first off, isn't it a no-brainer if somebody is in ms-13 and has pa charge they would be tossed out? >> definitely a no-brainer, brian. this policy of sanctuary cities is definitely hurting our community. i live in queens where the attack took place. affected my family. we don't walk on the streets. people like this shouldn't be allowed to walk in the streets. brian: manny, i.c.e. knew about i am, new york city knew about him, they were not coordinating with each other. why? >> new york city has a sanctuary city policy makes it difficult for i.c.e. to cooperate with nypd. there is lack of cooperation with pressure from the may. brian: this new congresswoman, the ms-13 guy perpetuated the crime and with this mayor? >> absolutely aoc, mayor de blasio, governor cuomo are calling for i.c.e. to be abolished this is crazy. governor cuomo called i.c.e.
thugs. brian: the day after this took place in her district, here is alexandria ocasio-cortez. listen. >> we're here to say that an agency like i.c.e., which repeatedly and systematically violates human rights does not deserve a dime. i will not give one dollar to black box detention facilities that think that people, some people in this country are deserving of constitutional protections and others are not. we are a nation, and a land of laws. brian: laws say you shouldn't come here illegally. i think she missed that. mike what is reaction to her statement. >> said in previous interview, she basically, does not agree with i.c.e., she wants to abolish i.c.e., right. she couldn't care about the community at all f she cares about the community, work with city government and people that come here legally from countries like my parents and dominican
republic and then we can worry about people coming to this country legally. brian: manny, she seems to miss that there was a crime on a platform in district she is from, she is more concerned with illegal's rights. >> absolutely. her comments are reprehensible. i think it is reckless. we need to support i.c.e. we need to support trump. we need to support initiatives to make new york city safer. residents in queens are in middle of a war between ms-13 and 18th street gangs. that is dangerous. i want to make sure it stops. brian: can cops stop it? does nypd need i.c.e.'s help? >> definitely. they have to work with agencies in charge of this kind of behavior. they can help us out in new york city to get rid of these illegal immigrants so we can walk the streets safely. brian: thank you very. much. coming up ahead, new york and virginia sparking heated debate easing restrictions on late-term abortion. three abortion survivors are here to share their personal
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their stories are pham nollnal. tell us what happened. how you found out about your life story? >> i was 14 when i found out my story. i'm adopted. have been blessed with an amazing family. knew i had been born prematurely. here i was born 14 years old, to have my own adoptive mother, tell me, you survived an abortion. it was absolutely devastating. ainsley: you found your mom later? >>s it has been a lifelong journey. >> i didn't find her until i was almost 30. ainsley: she didn't know you survived. >> she didn't. ainsley: how is that possible? >> she was told that day, it's a monster, don't look at it. don't look at it. she didn't know if it was a little boy or girl in the final step of saline abortion. i have been blessed to be united with her. we first started communicating six years ago. she is one of the greatest supports alongside my family. ainsley: wow that is incredible.
josiah, tell us your story. >> i was adopted from south korea into a family of 12 kids. when i was 13, my adoptive parents told me how my birth mother had a a curetage abortion. that is the type of abortion where the doctor goes into the mother's womb and ripping the baby apart and brings them out in pieces. that is why i'm probably missing an arm today. she had procedure at two months. realized that i was still alive the abortion failed. at that point i was born later on october 7th, 1995. placed with an adoption agency and lived in adoption home a year before i came over to the states to live with the family i grew up. ainsley: your mother had an abortion. you survived. how is that possible. >> my birth mother was 13 years old she found out she was pregnant with my. she was in 8th grade. her mother said she was not
ready to be a mother. she took her to a local abortion clinic. she had a dnc surgical late-term abortion five months along in her pregnancy. they told her, her life would go back to normal. few weeks went by, things were not back to normal. they told her her abortion had been successful, but she was still pregnant, one of twins, that she didn't know she was pregnant with had survived. she actually sought out a second late-term abortion in kansas. because of the risk of infection. they were not able to do that. so i was born six weeks later. ainsley: you also have met your biological mother? >> i did. i actually didn't find this out until i met my biological mother. i had a lot of physical complications growing up. i was in body casts for two years because i had dislocated hips and clubbed feet mr. the abortion procedure. we didn't know why. until i met my birth mother and found out about her abortion.
ainsley: i want to play a sound bite. you probably all heard it, the governor of virginia. listen to this. >> if a mother is in labor i can tell you exactly what would happen. the infant would be delivered. the infant would be kept comfortable. the infant would be re sus stated if that is what the mother and the families desired. then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mothers. ainsley: josiah in your mother lived in virginia and you were born, she didn't want you, she tried to have an abortion she could still decide to take your life after birth. how do you feel about that? >> it is really sad to hear that. but it is not surprising to hear that when we live in a country that has arbitrary criteria for what defines personhood. so abortion is legal in the first trimester, the second trimester. the next step is not the third trimester. right not right after they're born? this brings to mind, this
reminds us the reality that people are people at conception. we should care about their personhood then, at conception. not past they're born because this is what we're left with when we have those kind of arbitrary criteria for personhood. ainsley: i look at all of you, thanking god he spared your lives. when you watch the women cheer behind andrew cuomo in new york, when he signs the legislation, that you can have an abortion up until the very last second, you see the world trade center lit up in pink, what is your reaction? >> it is shocking to me that people no longer in our country care about what is true and, right. we know that a baby is what is in the inside of a mother's womb based on medical technology and science. so we just hope that, you know, because people can see our faces and see that we are people, we are human, we do grow up to be someone some day, that people will realize that those women do
not speak for women like me. so i would ask those people where were my rights as a woman? what were my rights in the womb. ainsley: melissa, you were not supposed to live. here you are living. you're a public speaker. you go out and you give life and redemption to a lot of women all over the country. what's your message to people who are having to make a decision? what is your message to those governors that signed this legislation? >> those governors i would say echoing claire's sentiments. this is a human rights issue and in a world that decry as women's rights where were claire's rights, where were mine? where are the rights of little girls of their lives ended by abortion today? without the right to life there is no other right that comes? for someone who is facing that decision about an abortion, i want people to know they're not alone. so many women are coerced, forced, don't know what resources exist for them in
their communities. they are completely unsupported. so i want women to know there are resources available in every community. they can always contact any of us. you're never alone. ainsley: i love to honor those parents that adopted all three of you and all of my friends, you know, anyone who adopted a child, i have a friend who adopted a little girl. i hate it people say i'm adoptive parent. i want to be a parent. she has a biological parent but i am the mom. tell us your story about your parent, making the same mistake. josiah, tell but the family that brought you into their home? >> i'm actually the son of a pastor of worship at a southern baptist church in oklahoma. my parents, they have 12 kids but they adopted 10 ever us. what caused them to adopt us is the gospel. the fact that they have been changed by god to love others. his work in their life then causes them to love those around them. gives them pro-life conviction
to take in the children, make them their own. just as god made them his children, they make them their children. ainsley: claire, how about yours? >> i was adopted by a couple that weren't able to have children naturally. and so i also have a sister who is adopted. they just side that, when they went to the doctors, there was 1% chance of them having children naturally. so they knew the other way, to have children was through adoption. god created our family. i owe my parents so much credit for the way i was able to respond to my birth mother when she told me because they raised me on love and grace and forgiveness. so all three of us have forgiven our birth mothers because we know that they had no idea what they were getting into when they had an abortion. and so, there is so much hope and healing after abortion. >> it is not about condemnation. we hear your stories. just amazing how god has huge
plans for all of y'all when you weren't even supposed to be here. it is incredible. we'll end this with your story about your parents. >> my mom and dad were a lot like claire's. they struggled with infertility for 15 years. they were foster parents. they adopted my older sister from another family and adopted me. no matter what they told me my life would be like, i faced multiple disabilities. ainsley: look at you. >> that is the power of love, right. this is what love does, it saves lives. brings us to life. after 15 years of infertility my parents had a biological child of their own. ainsley: wow. i hear that a lot. our assistant here, her parent were told they couldn't have kids. they went down to south carolina to adopt kids, she found out on that trip she was pregnant with twins. with three little once. we love you elizabeth. powerful, powerful stories. because god spared your lives, there are five kids between
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print. michael goodwin is a "new york post" columnist, fox news contributor. he joins us live. no doubt about it, starting with the president's state of the union on tuesday, that was not a good, optically, not good for the democrats. >> right. you know, steve, my point in the column not so much the president's sanity but it is that you cannot blame him for all the craziness on the left. you mentioned the way they behaved, the women, especially behaved at the state of the union address. they wouldn't stand for anything, except when he recognized them. this, this kind of sullen, grumbling feeling about everything, whether secure borders or not socialists, no interests in any of that. no interest in low unemployment among african-americans. but, oh look, we have more women. oh, great, that is us. you see what is going on in virginia. you see what is going on in new york, with the taxes and the spending. all of this is of a piece that
there is this irrational reaction to everything trump says and does as though everything wrong in america is his fault. but these are, these are issues that have nothing to do with donald trump. these are democrats own doing. they are digging their own holes in these states. steve: you mentioned the tax situation, for instance here in new york you talk about how even though florida has one million more people than new york state, they are able to run that state, which is a know-tax state for your state income tax, able to run the state on half the money we do here in new york. >> you don't hear floridians claim we have terrible services here. steve: they're great. >> they don't say we need more government. new york, it is never enough, no matter how much with spend, so many needs unmet. you have every year ratcheting up of spending 3, 4, 5%. now you have this outward migration of people who are sick of paying these high taxes and
seeing the city decline, the state decline and it is fascinating. new york's population has hardly grown in about 25 years. relative to other states. steve: right. just look at that. would you say in the runup to the next election we'll hear a lot of the president saying remember in the old days when we had republicans running the house and we were able to get stuff down and now look what is going on, where i know you don't like to use the word trump derangement syndrome but there seems to be a lot of that going on? >> sure. i think that has become a excuse for democrats, is that, take the abortion laws, for example, you were just discussing with your other guests. it is very much about now, trump has appointed conservative justices to the supreme court. let's go crazy. let's promise abortion on the demand up to the date of delivery. let's raise taxes because the president is cutting them. the president wants to build a wall. let's be for open borders. on and on and on. you have this thing.
he is for capitalism, let's be for socialism. this is an extreme overreaction. it makes the president look like an adult. looks like he is sensible compared to this. but, it is not something that he has done. they're doing it to themselves. steve: read all about it on the pages of "the new york post." michael, thank you very much. >> thank you,. steve: steve this powerful video is going viral. a 6-year-old girl battling cancer is sworn in as an honorary police officer. that brave little girl, the chief who helped fulfill their dream, thumbs up, they join us next. check in with sandra smith for a preview of coming attractions. >> good morning, everybody. latest on the political crisis in virginia. governor northam still resisting calls to step down. what is happening with all that. nothing off the table when it comes to immigration talks. the latest from the white house as a deadline quickly approaches. the democrats identity melt-down. the latest on 2020. lara trump will be joining us on
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♪ brian: police department taking on a new mission, swearing in its newest member of police force a 6-year-old young lady fighting cancer. >> promise. >> promise. >> to keep fighting the good fight. >> keep fighting the good fight. >> until. >> until. >> all of my cancer gone. >> until all my cancer gone. >> congratulations. [applause] ainsley: here with more of their story freeport police chief, ray garivy, the newest officer,
abigail arias. thanks for being with us. we appreciate it. >> thank you. ainsley: chief, start with you. how did this all unfold? how did you meet little abigail? >> she was introduced to me by one of my investigators, who is a friend of the family. she shared her battle about her story of cancer. it touched my heart. steve: you're right, chief, there is a lot involved. abigail, tell us about the big day you were sworn in, what you get to do when you were a police officer? >> i get to ate dinner. and, they gave me some exists for swearing in. and then, i get to have, get to have some, well i get to have
some fun. and i get to ride in the police car all day. steve: wow. how was the ride in the police car? >> it was fun. steve: i bet. brian: did you make any arrests? >> not yet. we're working on that. [laughter]. ainsley: i understand you did use the handcuffs to arrest your brother, right? >> well, yes, ma'am. ainsley: what was the best part of the whole day? what is it the best part? is it the uniform? so many people know your story, praying for you? was it doing that to your brother? >> well, my favorite start was the swearing-in. oh, my favorite part was the pursuit. it was the gun and the flashlight. steve: all the stuff on your tool bet. chief, you made her dream come
true. that has to make you feel great. >> yes, sir. it is awesome. it's a great thing for all of us in law enforcement. for her and her family since the story has gone out there. she has received so many overwhelming support and blessings and prayers. it is beyond belief what this has done. it has been an honor for to us be a part of it, my entire staff. ainsley: you got pretty emotional as we all do thinking about the story. do you think about your own kids? why the tears? >> yeah. my grand kids. >> we understand. >> she is a very special kid. she is going to, she is going to beat this, guys. i promise you. next time we do the story, it will be beating this. ainsley: fighting bad guys in her body. brian: come back full time. >> that's right. steve: chief, abigail. thank you very much. >> we're praying for you. >> thank you. >> thank you.
>> she will tell us all about the big snow coming in the "after the show show". if you have to run from fox nation, run to the radio. >> bill: fox news alert here we go again. border security. the talks are in stall mode in washington democrats looking to limit the power and scope of the federal government to arrest illegals. seems to be a hitching point now. bill hemmer, good morning. hope you had an awesome weekend. good morning to you. nice color. good to see you. >> sandra: kicking off a new week i'm sandra smith days away from the next shutdown deadline. the white house taking nothing off the table. democrats throwing a wrench in the talks demanding new restrictions on ice. >> bill: a few fundamental questions. will there be something called a wall or will there be a