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hanoi. jillian: media are already predicting doom and gloom, how north korea state media is firing back. wave of reaction, the left called it everything from a modern-day lynching to maga hat attack. rob: tom pérez defending his party after many rushed to judgment. >> there is no host today, there won't be a popular movie category and méxico is not paying for the wall. [cheers and applause] jillian: political jabs taking center stage at hollywood's biggest night. rob: "fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪
♪ jillian: i say this every time we play this song. rob: i forget it every time you say it. jillian: i know i'm getting thumbs down from matt. you're watching "fox & friends first" on this monday morning i'm jillian mele. rob: i'm rob schmitt, thanks for getting up with us. second summit with north korea's kim jong un. jillian: latest round of denuclearization talks begin wednesday. griff jenkins with the preview, another busy week, griff. >> it is, indeed, the president heads to hanoi in hopes of goal, there's no shortage of nay
sayers, senate democrats expressing concern in letter and they are demanding saying we believe your next meeting with kim must demonstrate tangible verifiable progress of denuclearization in reducing tensions with the north. but the president shot back last night. >> we are giving up nothing, the sanctions, we have a special feeling i'm not pushing to speed but we are not doing getting rid of sanctions. >> rob, and jillian, senior administration officials say the goal in vietnam to grow upon 4 pillars established last june, peace and prosperity, peace regime in peninsula, complete denuclearization of peninsula and recovering pow mia remains but denuclearization has not occurred with pressure to demonstrate progress, secretary of state pompeo already in route now noting that it will take time starting with undoing
previous policies. >> the previous administration's policy which was allow north koreans to test, pray, pray they'd stop and coward when they threatened, test, pray and coward has been up-ended by president trump. >> then departs for vietnam shortly afternoon, guys. jillian: we will certainly be watching, thank you very much, griff. rob: "fox & friends first" will kick off special coverage of the hanoi summit on wednesday and thursday will be on the air starting at 3:00 in the morning eastern time. jillian: see you then. congressman adam schiff threatening legal action if robert mueller's probe is not made public, expected to wrap up soon. rob: question now is when will we see the report. we have been teased about this so many times, todd piro joins
us live. >> i will continue teasing, that was a question after possible on russian collusion will come out last week, the speculation debunked, timeline of the next few weeks as most likely but no one really able to pinpoint an exact date. that didn't stop house intel chair committee chair adam schiff threatening to bring special counsel in front of congress to testify if he's not happy with how much attorney general bill barr discloses to the public. >> we will subpoena the report, we will take to court if necessary, we are going to share the information with the public and if the president is serious of claims of exoneration, then he should welcome the publication of this report. >> in response the president tweeting the only collusion with the russians was with crooked hillary clinton and the democratic national committee and where is the server that the dnc refused to give to the fbi,
where are the new texts between lisa page and agent lover peter s, we want them now. senator lindsey graham saying it's time to wrap this up. >> if there's no evidence of collusion between the trump campaign and the russian intelligence community, then that should be the end of all of this. the democrats keep pushing this, it's going to blow up in their face in 2020. >> now, justice department regulations require the special counsel provide the ag with a confidential report. legal experts though not in agreement on how the route is for making report public and how much is redacted. guys, over to you. jillian: all right, thanks. rob: adam schiff receive nothing pushback against claims, his claims that the president did collude with russia in 2016. jillian: former house trade gowdy say it's part of master plan to pick media battles to push a false narrative.
>> what a brilliant strategy adam has, i'm going to make statement, completely unsupported by the facts but i will never go -- the house intelligence committee, no evidence of conspiracy between the trump campaign and russia. the senate intelligence committee and remember the media loves the senate investigation, they didn't care too much about devin nunes in the house but they love richard burr, no evidence of conspiracy between the trump campaign and russia and yet adam schiff, that 3 eyed, adam schiff who can see things nobody else can see says he has evidence more than circumstantial. not quite directly, by the way those who didn't go to law, there's no such thing. there's no such thing as evidence that is not circumstantial or direct, but adam has seen it and never pressed on it. jillian: special counsel
convicted 6 suspects, no link president with russian meddling. rob: new york firefighters to fight for surviving victims of 9/11, compensation fund is running out of money. firefighters are working with congress to get a new bill passed providing more help for victims battling the 9/11-related illnesses and, of course, families of those who died on 9/11. secretary of state mike pompeo making it clear that the alabama woman who left the united states to join isis cannot return. >> noncitizen terrorist, she has no legal basis for claim of u.s. citizenship, she's not coming back to the united states. rob: pleading with the u.s. to let her come back with her toddler son, her father is suing the trump administration saying she is an american citizen and should be allowed to return. there are questions over citizenship status because her dad stopped being diplomat in the country months before she
was born on u.s. soil. jillian: prosecutors could issue an arrest warrant for robert kraft as soon as today. the new england patriots owner facing two charges for soliciting sex at a spa in jupiter, florida, police claim to have video evidence of kraft paying prostitutes, it's part of a sting, the billionaire could face a year in jail. kraft denies engaging in any illegal activity. r. kelly could walk free on a million dollar bond today, kelly failing to make bail and spending the weekend behind bars in chicago. the singer is charged with sexually abusing four women including minors, k. kelly repeated denied allegations over the years. rob: okay, lightening things up.
kicking off the academy awards in hollywood. ♪ ♪ rob: there you go. the star-studded night packed with big winners including lady gaga with first oscar best original song with shallow. ♪ ♪ jillian: olivia coleman. taking home best actress for favorite, biggest award picture going to green book, one of 3 awards. rob: green book, i didn't see it. meanwhile the hostless award show still finding ways to take
jabs at the president. >> a quick update in case you're confused, there's no host tonight, there won't be a popular movie category and méxico is not paying for the wall. [cheers and applause] >> 2020 presidential election is around the corner. make the moral choice between love versus hate. let's do the right thing. [cheers and applause] rob: this was second time in decades that the oscars went out without host this year and star is born, what do you think? jillian: i know. rob: everybody saw that. jillian: 10 minutes after the hour, violence in venezuela, vice president pence prepare to go meet with the country's opposition leader as war turns deadly. why our next guest says it's destruction of socialism. rob: car warns against drunk driving but did the driver get
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heritage foundation carafano. >> well, i think the most interesting thing, look, foreign policy, what the real key tool here has not been individual sanctions, the humanitarian aid, what the humanitarian aid has done is made moral contrast between the international community that's trying to help the venezuelan people and the regime of maduro and it really has put them in a really tight place. we have seen both number of defections on the one hand which shows loosening of power of the regime but on the other hand, we have also seen the regime strike back against the wrong people which puts incredible pressure on the guys to just get out of town. rob: it's disgusting to see a dictator try and keep food and aid from his people just to try and hold onto power and at what point does he lose his military, last support system is military,
at what point do they turn on him and things changes? >> of course, that's the big question, it's already been tenuous. i think the united states was really smart in essentially offering off ramp for maduro from the beginning and there haven't reports of secret talks between regime and the administration saying, look, just get out of town, we will let you keep some of the money, we won't prosecute you, but the problem now i think is as it escalates i think it'll be harder for the regime to let go and much more likely that the people of venezuela will take things in their own hands. jillian: let's take a look at tweet from juan guaido, forced me to make decision to post to international community in a formal way that we must have all options open to achieve the liberation of the country that's fighting and will continue to fight, hope was born not to die venezuela. what do you make of what he's
doing there, attempting to do? >> well, i think it is about escalating pressure. there doesn't seem to be a big appetite for foreign intervention and i think that's right. and i don't think that that's on the table. it's been reported that vice president pence will announce additional concrete measures this morning, i think it'll be most likely measures design today pressure the regime as opposed to signaling that we are going to put troops on the ground in venezuela. rob: james real quick, aoc, bernie sanders when they look at the situation they say socialism is not the problem here, that this is a problem of no democracy in this country, what do you say, how do you respond to that? >> well, here is the rob, how did we get here? we got here because the guys got the reigns of government and no check on abuse, the problem with socialism is gateway drug to
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[laughter] rob: jillian likes this song. academy awards, last night they delivered. >> in case you're confused, there's no host tonight, won't be popular movie category and méxico is not paying for the wall. [cheers and applause] >> 2020 presidential election is around the corner. let's all mobilize, let's all be in the right side of history. make the moral choice between love versus hate. jillian: carley shimkus fox news headlines 24/7, siriusxm 115 with what they are saying online. carley: oscars got political, who would have thought it?
a bunch of people on twitter say, all right, i gave it a chance but now i'm changing the channel, radio show hosted picture to twitter, hollywood soldiers arrive to battle, quote, inequality and then rudy giuliani respond today that tweet saying, he said this, he said thank you larry for showing us the limousine liberals if they care so much about which -- climate change, wouldn't they come with bicycle, that would be hard to do with designer dresses. i would do literally anything if they could put politics out of oscars and jared said 7 minutes it all it took to get political, please give me a break, #oscars. rudy giuliani got president trump in the tweet. jillian: he weighed and also hillary clinton weighed in?
carley: she did, while introducing best picture roma, josé andres had this to say? >> the voice of the voiceless, reminds us of the understanding and compassion that we are all to the indivisible people in our lives immigrants and women who -- [cheers and applause] carley: hillary clinton gave and dress a shout-out, well said, chef said josé andres, hillary clinton was also watching the award show last night as well. rob: okay, and the stage, i heard a lot of different things about the stage last night, this is an interesting comparison. carley: this is something that you'll be thinking about later. social media is convinced that the oscar stage had political undertones to it, it all started
with the twitter user saying, wait, is the affect or stage design today look like trump's hair, are you kidding me? another twitter user saying this is all i can see now and jen also tweeting, i really don't think that was what they. >> going for, it wasn't, the set was supposed to represent inclusion and humanity and beauty, i had no idea they thought so much into the stage design, but that's what it was supposed to look like although it didn't, it reminded a lot of people of president trump's hair, ci totally see it. >> i see inclusion. jillian: you don't see beauty. rob: thanks for confusing. jillian: woman arrested for climbing the statute of liberty on the fourth of july, you remember, while the federal judge handling the case wants to follow in her footsteps.
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meeting with venezuela's opposition leader juan guiado, u.s. aid being blocked at border with colombia, he tried to hold onto power, two people have been killed. jillian: congressman adam schiff willing to sue doj if robert mueller russia probe isn't released publicly, california democrat is threatening to subpoena mueller to force him to testify before congress. president trump announcing substantial progress in trade talks with china, the president says he's delaying a plan tariff hike that was supposed to take effect on friday. >> doing very well with china and if all works well we will have good news over the next week or two and we put ourselves in a position of strength for the first time in about 35 years or probably a lot more than
that. jillian: president trump announcing summit with china's president at mar-a-lago to finalize a deal, no date has been set. round-up weed killer caused the man's cancer heads to trial today, insists active ingredient in product is safe, a jury cited with another plaintiff which said it caused lymphoma. >> the army demanding major changes in privatized military housing, the management companies agreeing to develop a tenant bill of rights to outline how soldiers and families can get help. earlier this month military months testified before congress that they had been dealing with mold, asbestos, gas leaks and water contamination?
federal judge, think it'll help him, quote, risks, hazards created before he decides on her sentence. climbed the statute last fourth of july to protest immigration policies, arrested again last week after climbing a building in austin. jillian: 3 deaths in wisconsin, one person was killed and several left hurt in 100-vehicle pile-up in white-out conditions. rob: mississippi tornadoes killing one person, in tennessee a driver died trying to get through extreme flooding. janice dean tracking more dangerous weather on its way. janice: look at the wind reports. i don't think i've ever seen something like this in the last
couple of years where we have hundreds of reports of wind across great lakes, ohio valley, northeast and there are the tornado reports, several reports of tornadoes not only in mississippi but alabama and georgia. big system and we still have wind advisories, warnings for parts of the northeast, hard to get some of those planes off the ground this morning, we will have delays certainly at the airport and the forecast winds, we see the darker blue, that's 50 miles an hour, it's going to linger across portions of the northeast and new england until this evening, it's a slow-moving system, we could see potential for some snow, we have ground blizzard warnings across portions of upper midwest and great lakes because it's so windy and snow blowing snow, very difficult to see, visibility next to nothing in some of the areas, so this is going to be with us for, you know, the next 12 to 24 hours, then we watch our next system across the west bringing incredible amounts of rain along the coast yet again for portions of the northern and central
california region and then snow, we are not done yet, active week as we get into monday, all right, jillian and rob and todd, back to you. rob: janice, thank you so much, from football to baseball, tim tebow has added football analyst and film producer to his resume recently and now he adds probaseball player. jillian: todd piro got chance to meet with tim tebow in spring training. >> we talked to him about as many as we could, take a look. ♪ >> spring training is here. >> it feels really good, it's only been a couple of days so far but so much fun. the weather, we are playing a great game, i mean, it's
awesome. >> your colleagues here at spring training camp were practicing during the fall you have another job as analyst? >> yeah, put down the slogans because they don't work, you know what it works it's called heart. >> unique training regiment. >> i travel and you find a way to train in a situation. >> in bringing your faith to your game, be it football, be it baseball, how do you reconcile that with the world around that right now is somewhat antireligion. >> it's who i am. i'm a jesus follower and i love him. hopefully that's something people can respect, it's going to come out in your actions and hopefully some people can see. >> you decided that college football analyst baseball player wasn't enough, you decided to branch to other things, the movie, combining of sports.
>> i can do this. you will come with me wherever i go. >> this is a story about two brothers, their mom passes away and their dad is alcoholic and it's a story about redemption, most importantly it's a story about how god loves every single one of us. >> you made news recently with something you said at press conference. >> you always have critics and people are going to tell you that you won't, you can't and you shouldn't, most of those people are the people that didn't, that wouldn't, that couldn't. >> why do you think there's been ground-swell support for your words. >> hopefully it resinates with people, why am i going to let somebody else define me? even if you don't get back to big leagues to the show, it's still worth it for me, for so many reasons, one i get to do what i love and two i don't have to live with regret and 3 because i tried it and regardless of what happens i gave it all my all, not just about if you make it or not, that's proving people wrong that i get to go enjoy it every day and i get to enjoy the journey not just if i make it here or
not. >> that part resinated with me because i left the law to do tv gig, are you crazy, you are giving up the huge salary to do tv, it's work out well and i met my wife and things are good. [laughter] rob: to transition from one sport to another at professional level? >> to your point, we were talking during package, he's going to be in aaa this year but there are talks that he could, the people say that he could be going up to majors when they do the september call-ups. jillian: maybe following steps, he's engaged now. met his soon to be wife. >> we will do the todd piro story. [laughter] jillian: i tried for you. rob: 37 minutes after the hour, wave of reaction, wavering many on the left calling it everything from a modern-day lynching to a maga hat attack,
before putting lute of blame on the president. >> we acted on the facts as we knew at the time and here are the fact that is we know today, hate crimes are on the rise and in the after math of charlottesville, frankly that was a lay-up for the president, he should have unequivocally said there is no place for this. rob: all right, charged with filing false police report in chicago and still maintains innocence. jillian: 2020 presidential hopeful kamala harris insists we can afford the green new deal, the california senator says the huge price tag would be worth it. >> it's not about cost it's about investment, we can afford it, there's no question we have to be practical but being practical recognizes that climate change is existential threat to human beings. jillian: green new deal could cost trillions of dollars, senator harris along with
senator elizabeth warren and cory booker cosponsored the bill, would work to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions. popular health and fitness apps will no longer send your sensitive information to facebook. rob: tracee carrasco with more on what kind of data may have been shared, hey, tracee. tracee: good morning, we are talking about sensitive health information like your diet, your weight, all of this after a wall street journal investigation said that some of the popular health and fitness apps will not be sending that information to facebook anymore after an investigation, so how did facebook get all of this information, well, the reports found that facebook got it when the phone users gave the information to the app who then through software developer tools gave that information to facebook, now, the app shared the data with facebook for ad-targeting purposes, so 11 out of 70 apps tested according to the journal found that this information was being shared without users being notified,
facebook backing away from this saying, it's really on the app's developer to share with users that this being information is being shared and not us. rob: i read the story every day now. there's a camera in the little tv on the planes. is that what we are talking about here? tracee: that's what we are talking about. newer seat entertainment systems do have cameras on some planes from american, delta, united and singapore airlines, all four airlines say that they never activated the cameras and they don't have any plans of using them but they were put in by the manufacturer, so maybe in the future they could be using these, that's what american says, video conferencing between seat to seat but this is all discovered really last week, a man on singapore airline, you saw that, he took a picture and tweeted about it, we need to start putting stickers over the cameras on the airplanes, really scared to think about, a hacker could get in.
jillian: there are cameras everywhere, everywhere you walk in the airport there's a mora. rob: tracee, thanks so much. jillian: 44 minutes after the hour, our media is already predicting a nightmare scenario. rob: all right, would the press give the president fair coverage? rob: i thought we were going to talk about it right now. >> here is what we are going to have in the next 3 hours, super star, the governor of south dakota and talking about planned parenthood and front and center in the election cycle. newt gringrich, haven't seen him in a while and michael cohen going to capitol hill on wednesday, the president heads to vietnam to talk to the north
korean leader and donald trump, jr. will be here. everyone keeps saying that the real threat to president trump is not what's happening with the mueller report but what's happening to his organization and the southern district of new york, we will ask him that. congressman kissinger, also national guardsman of the air force, does he think we have a state of emergency? he came back feeling we absolutely have a huge problem and need to be addressed and that's some of the video of what he's experiencing, live here on the couch. it's going to be really, really exciting and plus will bradley cooper ever get his life together? not enough is going his direction, the singer now, actor, sex symbol, i just hope things get on track for him. rob: pretty girlfriend. thank you so much. jillian: we are coming right back. represents a bold idea:
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jillian: welcome back, north korean state-run media slamming democrats ahead of president trump's summit with kim jong un saying, quote, the democratic party of the u.s. and other opponents to the negotiations move to disrupt them backed by all sorts of groundless stories and misinformation, so will the press give president their coverage, here to debate former adviser to president clinton and obama, and beverly, thank you both for joining us this morning. susan, i will start with you, what do you make of what they're saying out there? >> well, first of all, we don't allow other countries in terms of how we are supposed to deal, we need to have demonstrated,
you know, progress, you don't just have talks, you just don't have talks just to have talks, you bring back progress for the american people. i stand with democrats in terms of what they're asking for, tell us what's going on, make some progress, we are not just having another talk, another summit, tell us what's going on. jillian: beverly, i guess on the other side, doesn't progress start with talks? >> you do have to have diplomacy when it comes to state-run media outlet. this is propaganda, this is run by the kim jong un regime, has hit 5 holes in one and offered 15, so i don't take the outlet seriously but do i think criticism of the meeting is important. i agree with democrats on this one, we do need verifiable progress that denuclearization will happen, the president has made strides on some diplomacy, for example, the american hostages coming back last year, but when it comes to optics and the rhetoric surrounding this,
i'm hoping there's less friendly atmosphere that we have seen in past meetings, even an administration that has said that's chairman kim, we shouldn't give them legitimacy they are not our friend, we should work toward diplomacy. jillian: let's look at headlines predicting loom and gloom. started with the associated press, nightmare scenario, bad deal and little change, huffington post, they do nothing about north korean nukes, trump still using it for campaign and that's just a couple to give you an example. susan, do you think that's fair? >> i do think it's fair and i think what we see now is really a president can lack of foreign policy experience, i mean, how many secretaries of state have we had. diplomats want to see progress, you come back to the american people -- jillian: is it fair to accept progress with north korea after one summit?
i mean, that seems like a little bit of overreach to me. >> no, it's not an overreach whatsoever. if you have foreign policy experience, if you have diplomats in place, look at how many diplomatic officers are open, i think that it is fair to say that we need to have more progress even with north korea, you're supposed to have progress when you have a talk. jillian: beverly, we were warned that we need to have patience. >> yeah, i think patience is part of this, do i support that president trump is trying to make a path for north korea to denuclearize, positive since last meeting in june as, there hasn't been missile testing at all. there's room for critique of this, we need to have more clear proof that north korea is denuclearizing but i do think there's double standard, media, obama wasn't rigged over how he handled north korea, i wish it was more fair in the coverage
but i think it is trying to for democrats and others to point out that president trump needs to be very careful so it doesn't look like north korea is legitimate leader or kim jong uns is the legitimate leader. jillian: thank you for your time, appreciate it. >> thank you for having us. jillian: 6 minutes until the top of the hour, be aware before you raise the next glass, there could be weed killer in wine or beer, did the driver get the message? why police are posting this picture next to the definition of irony. ♪ unstopables in-wash scent booster ♪
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to show these people are not welcome on our campus. we respect our players' freedom and ability to choose. >> when he took the job last year he said his team would respect the flag and national anthem. former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick started kneeling in 2015 to start protesting racism and police brutal. >> time for the good, the bad, and the ugly. check out this massive litter. clio the grit dain giving birth to 19 healthy puppies in arizona. it took 11 staff members to help deliver all these pups. >> there could be wine and beer. new study found trace of the chem caps in 19 out of 20 test subjects. the test included five different wines and 15 beers but environmentalists say the levels are so low they are not likely to be harmful. >> finally the ugly. behind the wheel of a car with a
warning sign about drunk driving. california highway patrol pointing out the irony and posting a picture of this car. reading i should get a ride home buzzed driving is drunk driving. >> president trump and kim jong un prepare to meet again. >> we have a chance toward the total denuclearization policy. an area of the world that was very dangerous. >> the previous administration's policy allowed the north koreans to test. pray they would stop and then cower when they threatened us. test, pray and cower has been upended by president trump. >> speaking of nancy pelosi overturn the president's emergency declaration. >> anyone advising nancy pelosi doesn't support border security right now. national emergency legislation from 1976 gives wide latitude to the president. >>ing adam schiff threatening legal action if the probe isn't made public. >> we will obviously subpoen