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her down there tomorrow night. so catch that and catch me on "the five" every monday through friday at 5:00 p.m. eastern and on saturday at 8:00 p.m. for "water's world." shannon bream and the "fox news at night" team take it from here. >> shannon: i could see you with your own float at mardi gras. >> grow some beads at me. >> shannon: no longer waiting for the special counsel's report, democrats are launching a sweeping new probe into president trump who is business dealings with his family member members. they don't like he's got to convince the american public so is that what an investigation is all about? plus brand-new pictures from the southern border as a new report reveals an unprecedented number of migrant families crossing into the u.s. illegally this month alone. this comes days ahead of a vote in the senate and a growing number of republicans say they will help the democrats lock the
national emergency and defunding the murder of michael border wall. an epic watchdog filing complaint, could congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez enter chief of staff be in big trouble? the complaint claims more than a million dollars of political donations one up up and not staffers own company. hello and welcome to "fox news at night." i'm shannon bream in washington. we begin with house democrats have their impressive new probes. it democrats say it's their duty, but how will the american people react? trace gallagher has the details and the fallout. >> the chair of the house judiciary committee has certainly thrown down the gauntlet saying it's crystal clear that president trump has obstructed justice among other crimes. so the judiciary committee is now requesting documents from 81 trump associates, including those related to the removal of
former national security advisor michael flynn, as well as documents from former of attorney general jeff sessions, jared kushner and former chief of staff bryce previous. >> we lay out a case for the american people and reveal it. because we have not seen an administration for a long time prior to this end we see so many attacks on the rule of law. >> i cooperate all the time with everybody. and the beautiful thing, it's all a hoax. >> house minority leader kevin mccarthy was a bit more combative saying this move by jerrold nadler is nothing more than the democrats plan b. >> nadler is setting the framework that the democrats are not to believe the mueller report.
that involves trump campaign officials and ties to the kremlin with eric trump organizations. >> we will need to talk to some of the banks that have been doing business with them mr. trump like deutsche bank who has had a history of the laundering russian money. we will also want to speak to the trump administration and others who have information about the moscow tower deal. >> democratic leaders have expressed concerns about moving too fast on impeachment so it appears the new path is a methodical attack on the president's finances and a litany of other allegations. >> all right, trace gallagher, thank you very much. aware of the democrats repeated promises to flood the white house with subpoenas and document requests, the president had this to say about those investigations over the weekend. >> so now they go and work into, let's inspect every deal he's ever done.
we will check these deals, we will check these people. >> shannon: let's bring in national security attorney bradley moss. and fox news contributor, former g.o.p. congressman and author of the deep state, jason chaffetz. >> and we just now have a tweet and from congresswoman maxine waters. she says obstruction of justice reality show, firing comey and sending coded messages to others, attempting to destroy mueller, what more do we need to know? impeachment is the only answer. >> she started saying impeachment pretty much when the president was elected. mueller is still in place, the democrats join the republicans and they were even more vocal about getting red of mueller. and what the democrats are doing is a total and complete overreach. it has to have a congressional
purpose. you are not allowed to go fish everywhere with 80 different people and hope that you find some fact that you can grab onto. >> we had a congressman adam schiff who heads up the house until committee this weekend saying this about something that may or may not be true. >> we are also looking at persistent allegations that the russians have been laundering money through the trump organization. i don't know that that's true. >> it's okay to throw that out there, but i don't know if it's true. >> is not leaping to an immediate conclusion. you don't want to immediately decide what is and is not true. these requests, these 81 different individuals, entities and corporations or whatever are all people and entities that have already released documents, these very same documents to federal investigators in the district of new york, state investigators of new york and the mueller team. this is the congress, the house in particular getting a duplicate copy of everything for
their own report which would encompass all of these investigations. no matter what these different teams find, all they could do was write an internal report at the end. >> it's interesting because you mention all these other entities and they are looking into all these things. "the new york times" i think it was today said basically what democrats are doing is gathering all the same evidence so if the mueller report doesn't pan out, they can have the same evidence with a different standard of proof. it's not something that would need a criminal indictment but they have other things that they could do with it, possibly impeachment. i want to play something, where the impeachment would start. here's what he said on abc about laying the groundwork. >> before you impeach somebody you have to persuade the american public that it ought to happen. >> put that together with his statement where he said he sent these document requests in order to begin building the public
record. so is this about getting to impeachment? >> now that very few people expect russian collision bombshells from mueller, they are prepared to investigate trump to find anything to remove him from office. up until now the trump russia probe has existed behind the scene and these new efforts would of course be more public. it seems like there is very few limits as to who or what could actually be investigated so it could potentially be damaging for trump. but i think this will be more politically damaging for the democrats because this just a reeks of a political effort by the left to remove trump for office as vengeance for him winning in 2016. these democrats are obsessed with removing him from office and it has basically become the identity of their party i have to think at some point the constituents of these democrats will demand something from them other than just resist trump. it really doesn't seem like a great plan moving into 2020. >> there is no doubt that the base on either side will be
without interest, so what happens to the middle? looking, watching and hearing these reports unfold months over years? >> i think they will be very dismayed that the democrats have been promising since day one. listen to adam schiff and he said there was actual evidence. there is not only no evidence, you don't even have a single witness. for adam schiff to continue to throw new allegations with no evidence, no witness, no smoking gun, it's the most irresponsible thing that you can do when you are interested without gavel they are on intel committee. he is a joke of the congressman and in no way should be in that position and the voters will ultimately take it out on the democrats and take him out of power. >> determined nadler and his fellow democrats have embarked on a fishing expedition because they are terrified that their two-year narrative of russian collision is crumbling.
do you think the american public may view it that way? >> i don't think quite yet. the president is already an unindicted coconspirator tied up in a criminal conspiracy that his former personal lawyer pled guilty to. despite what jason just said, there are pieces of evidence out there about criminal coordination. you had paul manafort, the campaign chairman giving 75 pages of polling data to, who? constantine killing nick consta. is there going to be the smoking gun we remember from watergate? i don't know. neither of us can conclude one way or the other where this could go. >> we should know when the special counsel what wraps up and in the meantime we will have plenty to wait through with investigations on the hill. >> this is a fox news alert.
"the wall street journal" is reporting that an attorney for michael: asked attorney president trump about a possible pardon. conversations happened in april, weeks after the fbi rated cohen's home and office. this fox news alert, dozens of people are still missing in alabama tonight after a tornado ripped through edinburgh community on sunday leaving more than 20 people dead. authorities are shedding new light tonight on the massive twister just how fast it was traveling. jonathan serrie is there and he has the latest. you can hear the sound of hammers and occasional saws as work crews are rebuilding and also trying to get into neighborhoods, temporarily isolated from the outside world in the wake of this powerful storm. >> the day after the storm,
search teams combed through the worst hit communities that were either too dangerous or impossible to reach overnight. >> we are here to stand with you today, tomorrow and through the days and weeks ahead. >> it was a powerful ef for packing winds of 170 miles per hour. >> this was the deadliest tornado since the moore, oklahoma, tornado. >> a young girl took cover in the anterior closet. >> i was in my room and the whole top started to come off the house. so i just started praying. >> intense wins top of the cell tower blocking portions of the highway near smith station alabama. the storm system knocked out power to more than 40,000 homes and businesses across alabama and georgia and cause damage in south carolina and the florida
panhandle toppling trees and utility poles. but by far the worst damage was in eastern alabama. >> we pledge our unwavering support to help you rebuild from the very depths of this horrible tragedy. >> today both the white house and the congress offer their condolences and assistance. house speaker nancy pelosi said the congress will stand by the families reeling from this tragedy and will fight to help this community recover and rebuild. while the property damage is extensive, this human toll has been downright devastating. authorities say there were at least three children who lost their lives ages six, nine, and ten. >> shannon: thank you. could the president's own party be the one to block his national emergency declaration? >> i do believe that there is at
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and, and that was a bridge too far. >> there was a television show with the state of the union where every thing blows up and everybody dies. people are incapacitated by anthrax, that's an emergency. wanting to fund something that congress wouldn't give you the money for, and tom tillis of north carolina opposing the president. that's against a national emergency and it passed the senate. >> there are enough votes , that
will then be vetoed by the president. >> this is the math that mitch mcconnell is counting on even with the four republican senators seen as possible additional defectors, it's nowhere near close enough to the 67 votes in the senate needed to override a veto. the original resolution in the house passed with 245 votes well short of the 285 needed to override the promised veto. >> they fight wars 6,000 miles away, they spend billions and billions of dollars, but we don't control our own border. >> president trump didn't call his golfing partner out by name today and paul seem to be looking forward to his fourth presidential outing. and he says, he understands where i'm coming from.
>> rand paul told reporters, didn't you know president trump never loses? and that's the declaration as well. >> has leland said, we are about to see that veto. and, president obama has used executive power to legislate, and, i know you all launched a number of lawsuits. about some of these executive power issues, --
>> the definition of national emergencies is never defining that statute. here's what the definition is and, they've left it up to decide with the national emergency is. >> for the republicans should thinking about this. president elizabeth warren warren declaring a national emergency, and president cory booker declaring a national emergency to restrict second amendment rights. >> and, that's what this national emergency is about. they can deal with that when it comes. but if anyone were to include rand paul, and, this is about if you both know about this, he
does not once again believes experts on the ground that are saying, this is a crisis. he's not believing the numbers you just had in your opening. 70,000 in one month. just do the math really quick. that continues the rest of this year we are looking at 800,000 illegal aliens coming in the country and that's just the ones we catch. >> nbc news, "the wall street journal" is on this. and, if they were on the border i think they might have different opinion. people need to come and see what's going on at the border. we have drugs coming across a border. talking to some of the families that i've talked to, and you get
to the border and, descriptive sentencing on this, this is what they say. undocumented women making their way to a border town have been beaten for disciplining smugglers beaten by strangers, coerced into, shackled two beds beds industries and at least a handful of cases bound with duct tape, rope. no one wants any child, a man or woman to go through that kind of treatment. >> it's a manufactured crisis. >> fact after fact after fact. border patrol conducted a 4,300 iraqi's trying to illegally enter the country. this year they've conducted a thousand rescues. this is not compassionate, to
not secure our borders is not compassionate. they are allowing women and children to be abused like you said. people are dying every day because we have incentives and are not securing the border. those are facts. it's not compassionate. it's the wrong thing not to secure our borders. >> >> shannon: we will see. great to have you both. another democrat enters the crowded 2020 presidential field. former colorado governor john hickenlooper joins 13 others that have made it official. does a moderate governor have a chance to beat the democratic socialist to secure the nomination? plus congresswoman alexandra will cause the el cortez facing serious charges tonight. we will tell you about the stunning allegations just filed. ♪ ♪
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mark. garrett penny is here to tell us what's in it. >> good evening to you. this resolution does not mention him by name but it does clearly rebuked the very kind of language that she is in hot water for using. according to a draft of the resolution, the purpose is to reject anti-semitism for hate filled expressions, it goes on to list examples and multiple references to accusations of dual loyalty. they are more loyal to israel that's after last week that american supporters are pushing people that have allegiance to the other country. >> it's okay for people to push for allegiance of the foreign
countries. i want to ask why is it okay for me to talk about the influence of the nra or fossil fuel or big pharma, and not talk about powerful lobbying that is influencing policy? >> those comments have been met with widespread condemnation by her fellow democrats including eliot engel who said her remarks were outrageous in a vial anti-semitic slur. he tweeted lawmakers must be able to advocate without prejudice or bigotry. despite that backlash, i have questioned it and that has been clear from my end. i'm told every day that i am anti-american if i am not pro-israel. i find that to be problematic and i am not alone.
i just happen to be willing to speak up on it and open myself to attacks. this is at least the third time she's been accused of making anti-semitic remarks with her latest comments, nearly a dozen pro-israel groups are reportedly urging house speaker nancy pelosi to remove omar from the house housing affairs comm. as being one of the already crowded presidential primary just got bigger. they are breaking away from other progressive candidates. senator bernie sanders said he did not support slavery reparations. that was on the breakfast club radio show today. >> there's a check for every native american. i think the way we go forward is to build america together. >> shannon: peter doocy has more on the 2020 countdown tonight. >> the first wave of the 2020
candidates came from congress. >> i'm john hickenlooper. i'm running for president because we are facing a crisis on everything we stand for. >> the former colorado governor joins a field where many voters have made up their mind. this weekend at 12,500 screaming fans turned out in chicago not to cheer for the bulls, the bears or the blackhawks but for bernie. >> three years ago they thought we were kind of crazy and extreme. not the case anymore. >> senator sanders took his democratic socialist pitch to the radio this morning where he pledged to legalize pot. >> my recollection is i nearly coughed my brains out. >> new jersey senator cory booker was seen hugging the 2016 nominee hillary clinton who is family brand is apparently fading. the ap reports her husband's bill, once a top surrogate,
likely won't be next year because so far none of the early runners have had a formal meeting with clinton. ohio senators jared brown said he is two or three weeks away from a decision on the campaign and had a chance to check in with hillary and selma but passed. >> thank you. president trump begins his reelection effort with 4 out of 10 will probably vote for him and the president has 16 months to try to improve that number before democrats even nominate his challenger. >> peter doocy, thank you. alexandria ocasio-cortez is under fire tonight and that leads to natural news roundup. ocasio-cortez facing complaints that say they may have violated campaign finance laws by working
to funnel nearly a million dollars in contribution from political action committees to two private companies owned. although such transfers would not necessarily be on proper, the complaint dropped by the conservative national legal and policy center argued that the goal was seemly to illegally dodge requirements designed to track campaign expenditures. hillary clinton telling his 12 westchester that she is not running in 2,020. and philadelphia is becoming the first city in the nation to ban so-called cashless store. they say it protects low income residents from discrimination but amazon says it could dissuade them from opening stores in the city of brotherly love. president trump came to the left and praised his own accomplishments. does he have enough to secure
his reelection? >> we are in the swamp of washington, d.c. >> are power panelists here on deck to add perspective. stick around. or this john smith. or any of the other hundreds of john smiths that are humana medicare advantage members. no, it's this john smith. who we paired with a humana team member to help address his own specific health needs. at humana, we take a personal approach to your health, to provide care that's just as unique as you are. no matter what your name is. ♪ each day justin no mattat work... walk.e is. and after work. he does it all with dr. scholl's. only dr. scholl's has massaging gel insoles that provide all-day comfort. to keep him feeling more energized. dr. scholl's. born to move.
>> we believe in the american dream, not the socialist nightmare. democrat lawmakers have totally abandoned the american mainstream. they are embracing open borders, socialism and extreme late-term abortion. but perhaps nothing is more extreme than the democrats plan to completely take over american energy. when the wind stops blowing, that's your end of your electric. as the wind blowing today? i'd like to watch television, darling. >> shannon: more than two hours of that this weekend at sea pack.
the liberals are calling it completely unhinged. time now for tonight's power panel. the spokesperson for hillary clinton's campaign, and back for round two, kristin tate. >> so i want to play something from a national security analyst on cnn that was not a fan of the speech. is what he said about it. >> it makes me sick on a personal level, reclaiming our heritage, and that something that kills members of my families and about 6 million other in the 1940s. >> shannon: samet is a her. so let's start there. and, nor was it a speech for the american public as a whole. this was a speech, packaged and
delivered for trump space. he was bold and combative and at times he did a pretty good job of laying out a positive future for the country. but what really struck me is, this speech was evidence that trump has really transformed the republican party. and, you saw him hugging the flag. nick gillespie said this. trump might have won the 2020 election today, there simply no potential candidate in the democratic party who wouldn't be absolutely blown off the stage by him. i say that as someone who is neither a trump fan boy or never trump her, but he was prince at the super bowl. i'd like that prince
performance, i'm not going to live. >> i don't quite agree with that. my problem with his speech was actually exactly what kristin just said. he wasn't speaking to all of america, only the diehard fans in the room. and, 7 million americans are three months behind on the car loans. donald trump is sitting here saying, everything is great, health care is going up and we can't keep up with the cost of education or living your life. and that's going to be a big problem for for him. >> and tom anderson who was head
of this group, a conservative group. and representative ocasio-cortez has been quite vocal in condemning so-called dark money but her own campaign went to great lengths to avoid the sunlight of disclosure. it's an allegation for now but that's what it is. >> it's a very serious allegation involving nearly a million dollars. there are campaign limits, and what you give to a campaign, what you give to a pack, how the pack discloses that and how they disburse the money. it appears at least based on the allegations that these packs were created, and these companies were formed in an elaborate scheme to funnel money and nearly a million dollars. this is as serious of an
allegation as it gets. it includes fines and going to jail if it was all true and found guilty. >> these are allegations tonight, and we await a response from the office as well. coming up, the trump administration diverts millions of dollars away from clinics performing abortions like planned parenthood, as expected. lawsuits have been filed, and guess where? ethan bearman and lila rose are here to weigh in, next. ♪ ♪...it's about to go down here it comes now♪ ♪...get ready (oh oh oh oh), get ready♪ ♪...moving. ready or not ♪...get ready (oh oh oh oh) new galaxy. free buds. music to your ears. get free galaxy buds when you pre-order galaxy s10 or s10+.
because we know mom wants what's best. more beverage choices, smaller portions, less sugar. balanceus.org >> shannon: at 21 states and district of columbia are suing or planning to see the trump administration over new policy that could cut millions of dollars in federal funding from planned parenthood and other abortion providers. california's democratic attorney general is leading the charge, filing a separate lawsuit today. joining me now, the host of left coast news, ethan behrmann and founder of action, lila rose. great to see you both tonight. let me tell you about why he filed. >> today is march 4th, 2019. the operative words there are 2019. this is not 1920.
yet, here we are, still fighting the same old battles for women's rights. make no mistake, this is a systematic effort by this administration to end access to birth control and safe, legal abortion. >> shannon: democrats say millions of women will lose access to not only birth control but health care as well. >> this is one of the biggest scams in american politics today. planned parenthood is the biggest abortion chain. there are a numbers have gone up over the last ten years and their so-called health care services like cancer screenings have gone down. they've done more and more abortions, they commit 900 abortions per day and people like attorney general becerra, his campaign was funded by planned parenthood. of course he will try to block the federal government from stopping for taxpayers like you and i from having to fund this abortion giant that's committing these atrocities and lying to women in the process. >> .
it was never intended to subsidize abortion providers. this program was distorted and they started receiving millions of taxpayer dollars, what do you make of that? >> it's interesting, title x requires a segregation of funds and separate accounts to be used and therefore title x funds can't be used for abortion providing. it's important to note that only 3% of planned parenthood's expenses are related to abortion. i have personally known and went with one of my sisters way back when when she was in college and poor, she needed to have some women's health services, i walked her through some of the protesters. not for an abortion but women's health services. that's not unique, planned parenthood is the only provider
for 200 miles around so you actually have an impact on lower income women's access to a women's health care. >> shannon: that's actually the biggest argument, that there won't be health care options. >> there are thousands that provide more comprehensive services. and the reality is and that's a lie, even if "the washington post" said the three pinocchio slate is misleading. 40% of the clinic income is from abortions. at the numbers have gone up while others are health services have gone down. if they cared so much about other health services, why don't they stop doing abortions? why don't they give up the killing of children in their facility? why don't they actually provide holistic health care for women,
that's not what they are doing? >> can they separate off and say, okay we won't do abortions. we will get that part of it up. >> i can't speak to what they are doing organizationally but god forbid you have a miscarriage and need a dnc. >> they don't serve miscarriages. >> women have run into that specific problem. it's more complicated than just abortion, it's actually having -- absolutely planned parenthood does those as well. >> they don't deal with miscarriages, they do abortions. you guys have given us some stuff that we will backtrack and put the information out on that. we won't settle this debate tonight but ethan and lila, we think you both for being here. >> thank you. >> shannon: one return, our
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64-year-old roberts hitting the pause button on conservative full-court press ushered in by president trump after nominating justice and brett kavanaugh. this is an incrementalist strategy and whatever you were hoping for and whatever your preferred area of law might become this court will not move with giant steps. >> since november cheapo separate pending fields with half a dozen times on issues like immigration asylum and transgender in the military. while these boats do not go to the merits of the larger issues come with signal rocky should pe in the middle as a swing just as an unofficial title he inherited for now when anthony kennedy retired. the chief is not explained why repeatedly taking cautious go slow approach. he is in the current talk it free with high profile disputes with dhaka and indiana report -- lgbt youth to discrimination. court washer avoidance and talkd
about judiciary free of partisan sniping that reached a fever pitch during the cavanagh confirmation. >> people need to know we are not doing politics and that we are doing something different that we are applying the law. >> shannon: the chief justice relationship with president trump has not been without friction, the two in a spat last november after trump criticized immigration ruling made by what he called obama judge. in a statement, robert strongly the integrity of the federal bench with more pushback from the president. time now for midnight hero, zechariah taking his appreciation from law enforcement to the next level. this 10-year-old from florida has pledged to run at least 150 miles holding a thin, blue line flag to honor the officers who died on duty in 2018. his goal was to raise $100 for each fallen officer but as of monday he has raised more than
$20,000 and because of that he is the midnight hero with all of those law enforcement officers he's representing. most-watched, most trusted, thank you for spending the evening with us. good night from washington, i'm shannon bream. ♪ >> tucker: welcome to "tucker carlson tonight" "tucker carlson tonight." we have seen a lot of change in the 2 years trump has been president. the american media has changed forever. these organizations that seemed like a big deal 5 years ago are extinct and some forgotten. those that remain degraded themselves beyond recognition like the new yorker or they have been purchased to conduct lobbying for amazon.com like the "washington post." it is hard to remember that not so long ago america had prestige media outlets. harvard graduates went to work