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students. thank you for your service, captain. you got quite the welcome home. that's all the time we have to night. check out my new podcast, shannon bream and the fox news at night team take it all from here. shannon: thank you, we begin with a fox news alert. several days of democratic party chaos but today finally a vote on a resolution that lumps in a resolution with anti-semitism with islamohphobia but it did not include the name of congresswoman omar who sparked the debate in the first place with multiple comments many colleges minute. the resolution never should have been watered down. paul manafort sentenced to 3 years in prison for crimes far below the suggested guidelines. another round of capitol hill
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testimony, could michael cohen the infinite trouble. bernie sanders hits the campaign trail, on race relations. another possible 2020 hopeful on the hot seat for past controversial rhetoric on race and desegregation. will those comments be enough to sidelined him? welcome to fox news at night. 47 months is a fraction of the 19-24 years for paul manafort. a look at that in a minute but first the house vote to condemn anti-semitism and all other forms of hate, but this does not mention the lawmaker who drove the party in today's of internal chaos. the vote finally came today. >> democrats are looking to put a tough week behind them. the final resolution began on paper only targeting anti-semitism intended up
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including many forms of hate. despite voting unanimously consume hate democrats are at odds with the way this measure came to be. in boxes are starting to fill with fundraising requests for the 2020 campaign. one of congresswoman omar's closest colleagues and friends, alexandria ocasio cortez says she left the house floor, women in color are being targeted. the campaign sent emails asking for $27 donations. according to the email apackage coming after her and two of her colleagues that happened to be muslim. congresswoman omar didn't answer questions on her way to the house floor but she did put out a statement that she was proud to vote to condemn hate. many consider the catalyst for this week's measure. she question the relationship
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between the united states and israel. jewish democrats despite voting for the measure tonight expressed concern that it didn't focus solely on anti-semitism. nancy pelosi spent much of the week bringing republicans and democrats together, delivering a unanimous vote. >> our members had the courage to have this difficult conversation in the spirit of great respect, disagreeing sometimes but never questioning the patriotism or motivation of anyone with whom we serve. >> members voted in favor of the measure. republican iowa congressman steve king voted present. he was stripped of his committee post after making anti-semitic remarks in january. republicans including one of two jewish republicans took to the house to address congresswoman omar. >> she knows exactly what she is doing. it is an american value to have reasonable legitimate criticism of a government whether it be the us government, israel or any other government. it is not an american value to
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hurl anti-semitic rhetoric. >> reporter: the resolution does not mention her by name, some republicans and democrats believe that it should. the resolution is nonbinding meaning it is symbolic but caused a stir in the corridors of the capital. >> congresswoman alexandria ocasio cortez says freshman female lawmakers of color are being targeted. the executive director of the jewish democratic council of america and the chairman of the florida congressional committee pack, welcome to you both. i'm going to read you a little bit from our senior p new producer chad program her these marks off camera. he said, the congresswoman said no question we are being treated differently and targeted, all women of color being targeted, referring to ocasio cortez and
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others who she says have been unfairly targeted. what do you think? >> these congresswomen are not shown the decorum and professionalism of the office they've been elected to and constituent elected them to act and speak the way they have been speaking. >> there were even democrats concerned about how this rolled out, the addition of something, the congresswoman omar's name is not included. i want to play something from congressman ted deutch who is jewish himself, here's what he had to say. >> why are we unable to condemn anti-semitism? why can't we call anti-semitism and show we learned the lessons of history? this shouldn't be so hard. >> why was it? >> what we saw from the house was the democratic party coming
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together to unanimously oppose not only anti-semitism but all forms of hatred and intolerance. it was the republicans who were split on this measure and 23 of them voted against. there may have been it is agreement at the outset but in the end -- shannon: there were 23 republicans who voted no. most issued statement saying it was a sham. they thought it was watered down, they were not supporting anything negative but again supporting something they thought was not really addressing -- >> let me jump in. >> it was in no way watered down. it was as strong as it was the beginning of the week. >> adding additional things, does it change the nature of the resolution? >> let me jump in for a second. the republicans who did not vote, that was a protest vote. i know a lot of them personally, guys like louis goehmert, a jewish democrat in new york, they were protesting why can't anti-semitism stand on its own. it was all about anti-semitism,
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representative omar was speaking anti-semitic tropes for the last two months and it should not have been included on anything but anti-semitism. shannon: bench appearances omar says anti-semitic stuff repeatedly, makes controversial comments about israel, democrats wanted on resolution, democrats vote condemn 8, republicans are anti-semitic. is a fair accusation to make? >> it is not. this is the third time the 116th congress has voted to condemn anti-semitism in less than three months and this was very strong in its condemnation not only of anti-semitism but intolerance in all forms. it was important the house take this step. certainly we found her comments unacceptable and this resolution defined anti-semitism not only to include the form of white
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supremacy the house originally voted on. >> let her finish her sentence. >> included generalizations about jews and negative stereotypes, the kind we saw representative omar use in the past. this condemnation was very strong and it was not watered down by including condemnation of other forms of hate or intolerance. >> a lot of people making noted asking why they need a third vote on this in just a couple months. >> why did take 7 pages to say haters hate? sounds like the protocol elders of design and are they the democratic party of jeremy gordon? >> 7 cases demonstrate the strength of democrats who put this forward because it was a detailed resolution. >> it to the long time to get there but we got there today. thank you both. fox news alert, the latest on
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paul manafort at sentencing, democrats about force the white house and president greece ocasio-cortez documents as they continue what many view as a ramp up to impeachment proceedings. >> reporter: paul manafort was sentenced to 47 months, a fraction of the 19-24 years the special counsel was pushing for but paul manafort is facing an additional 10 years behind bars in a separate case. he will be sentenced next week. a wheelchair-bound paul manafort told the packed courtroom in virginia the last two years have been the most difficult years for my family and i, humiliated and ashamed to be a gross understatement that the president's former campaign chairman never explicitly apologize or expressed regret for his crime. manafort is convicted of tax and bank fraud related to his work advising ukrainian politicians, the charges he was not convicted of his defense attorneys made
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sure to mention as they left the courthouse. >> it was the same thing we said from day one. absolutely no evidence paul manafort was involved with any collusion with any government official from russia. >> the tactic has many wondering if manafort is angling for a presidential pardon. kellyanne conway told reporters tonight that she hasn't spoken to donald trump about it but she did make a similar point as manafort's defense team. >> no defense team has anything to do with collusion with russia, it is similar to what mister cohen said under oath last week, no proof, no collusion. >> the special counsel investigation may be winding down but the congressional investigations are just eating up. the house intelligence judiciary oversight and financial services committees have all opened investigations touching on the president's personal finances which could mean going after his
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children, something some democrats expressed reservations about but not nancy pelosi who said today, quote, whoever falls into that net falls into the net, they were advises to the president and have security clearances. this is not their children at home. donald trump said both his family and his personal finances are off-limits but democrats are at the very least seriously considering crossing both of those redlines if they haven't started across them already. shannon: count down to 2020, bernie sanders picking up a 3-day tour in iowa tonight coming out swinging against donald trump on issues like race, he says the president is dividing america but another democrat is taking political heat for past racial rhetoric of his own. we have fox team coverage tonight, trace gallagher covering controversial rhetoric
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and joe biden but we start with peter doocy live and i will where bernie sanders wrapped up speaking. good evening. >> bernie sanders believed the political revolution is on the right trajectory after all, the first trip to iowa in 2015 he had a 3% approval rating but on his first 50 iowa in 2019 as a candidate he had thousands of cheering supporters turn up excited about a second chance to vote for him to talk about ideas that are now popular in the democratic mainstream like medicare for all, federal jobs guarantee and tuition free college. >> how many of you are dealing with student debt? the crime you committed was you decided to get the best education you could. now you're going to be paying that student debt off year after year. if you are not going to be able
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to buy a car coming by a home, get married, have kids. let me be very clear. as president we are going to substantially blow up student debt in this country. >> the republican party chairman said socialist sanders as radical agenda calls for a $32 trillion government takeover of healthcare and $93 trillion green new deal which would destroy iowa's rural economy. that is's plan to turn america into a socialist regime like venezuela is important, senator sanders is one of if not the only 2020 democratic candidate whose supporters are showing up with leftover campaign swag, 13 million primary voters last election are open to supporting him again. >> sanders got me into the process and the message is still the same. >> i am still doing research on
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every candidate, this will help me get more information about him. >> i'm not as far left as he is. i enjoy different perspectives. >> on the way out we heard from a few more sanders supporters, this time it is different from 2016, hillary clinton is not running and the dnc's rules of not change to level the playing field. shannon: thank you very much. former vice president joe biden enters the final stages of launching a 2020 did, racially tinged comments from decade ago. trace calendar is on the case. >> in the past 44 years joe biden has been embraced and worked alongside african american leaders but he has also been at odds with them and black americans and activist groups like black lives matter expect to play a prominent role in the 2020 election, a joe biden
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candidacy would see controversial statements resurface. in the 1970s when he was a freshman delaware senator he opposed school busing quoting what it says is in order for your child with curly black hair to learn anything he needs to sit next to my blonde haired blue eyed son. that's racist. naacp president and current harvard kennedy school professor cornell william brooks told the washington post, quote, having served as vice president to the first african-american president in us history, and all he has seen in intervening years, would he stands behind that? his spokesman said the former vice president still believes he was right to oppose busing. 's for immigration biden said he didn't by the concept we have suppressed the black man for 300 years of the white man should be held back quoting again i don't feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather, i feel responsible for the sins of my own generation and i will be
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damned if i responsible for what happened 300 years ago. in 1993 when pushing a crime bill biden who then chaired the senate judiciary committee gave a speech on the senate floor and warned of predators on streets born out of wedlock without parents, without supervision and without structure. >> is an matter whether they are victims of society. the result is not to knock my mother on the head with the lead pipe, shoot my sister, beat up my wife, take on my son. so i want to ask what made them do this? they must be taken off the streets. >> reporter: biden later said he regretted the tough on crime bill that many african americans viewed as harsh and unfair. shannon: up next breaking news on a new ruling regarding transgender people in the military. paul manafort getting a finance prison term many call shocking.
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>> shannon: former trump campaign paul manafort sentenced paul manafort sentenced to significantly lower than the guidelines, some calling it a miscarriage of justice. let's colin harry littman and prosecutor jim trustee. much to talk about tonight but i want to get quick reaction on the sentencing. >> miscarriage of justice.
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shannon: jim? have you lost this? can you hear us? harry, we will it jim work on that and go back to this miscarriage of justice. this is what we know about the sentencing. we will put information on screen. 24 month each for five counts, failure to report for banks 30 months, credit for 9 months he already served. he will get $50,000 fine, the lowest he could have gotten, the fine could have gone to $25 million. how much do you think about the fact that the judge made it clear he is not a fan of the special counsel investigation and this has nothing to do with russian collusion? >> you have to wonder and it is a serious charge, it would be completely improper. but look. i've been in front of judge ellis and he can be rough on the government. he has been rough on me but 80% reduction for these serious crimes for a guy who showed no
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remorse, didn't cooperate, yanked mueller's chain, very hard to explain when you go back to the trial and hostile things he said, might not of like the whole case but that has nothing to do with whether this was punishment which it wasn't. shannon: i want your reaction on the manafort sentence, appropriate or not? >> sentencing guidelines are an average and it gives a starting point for judges to look at. it's not unusual for the defense to push for less than the sentencing guidelines and sentencing guidelines for economic crimes are driven by loss or by the dollar amount and it was extraordinarily high. they feel a little inflated but this was a very significant departure and i think it does reflect a little bit of hostility to the process in terms of special counsel but
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also individualized to paul manafort. the judge may have been taken by his physical condition and doing the math and realizing a 15 year, 20 year sentences a death penalty for somebody of this age. shannon: there have been a number of document requests to donald trump's associates, a couple of his kids. nancy pelosi say they will do what they have to. a democrat said getting the family members is dangerous because it gives real personal real past and it risks backfiring. >> both right. it is only fair, big potential roles in what they are looking into but you have to tiptoe because there's political blowback. jillian: a couple of them are part of the administration, official advisors. >> they have some connection to the white house besides the
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family tree. i hope they don't try to flip baron anytime soon but it is legitimate to look into people connected to the white house but certainly some pretty obvious political ramifications and political motivations, legally it is not for bitten territory. shannon: something tells me there will be more to discuss in the next couple years so please come back. this is the fox news alert tonight, federal judge cleared the way for the administration to enforce donald trump's restrictions on transgender people in the military. reaction from the pentagon, the department is pleased with the district court's decision with the final injunction against the proposed policy, the policy will remain in effect until the department issues for the guidance which will be forthcoming in the near future. national security correspondent jennifer griffin explains what it means from the pentagon. >> reporter: the supreme court has cleared the way for this
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ruling in maryland when it ruled in january the trump administration's policy was not a blanket ban. a federal judge lifted the final injunction blocking donald trump and the pentagon from implementing broad restrictions on transgender listed troops and officers from serving in the us military. in a 6 page ruling us district judge jordan russell, and obama appointee referred to an earlier order he issued to stop the administration from putting its transgender policy in place, quote, because the court is bound by the supreme court's decision to stay pulmonary injunctions in their entirety the court will grant defendant's motion. the judge offered no opinion on whether transgender individuals could be restricted from serving in the military, donald trump and drifts reversed and obama era policy allowing transgender members of the military to openly serve. in a series of tweets in july 2017, the united states
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government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the us military. the pentagon came up with a new policy grandfathering 900 or so transgender troops from continuing to serve as long as they served in their birth gender and are not trying to transition physically. at a recent armed services hearing transgender troops explain how they served with honor and how restrictions would hurt them. today's ruling paves the way to begin implementing the president's transgender policy. shannon: jennifer griffin at the pentagon, thank you. you schoolteacher under fire tonight. fourth-graders is the teacher forced him to wash off his ash wednesday cross. what happened? we will debate after the break. >> what is that? she says i told her what it was and she said that's not appropriate in the school.
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>> shannonhe went the utah famh
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ash wednesday cross shannon: a teacher forced their fourth-grader to wash his ash wednesday cross which is the traditional catholic marking signaling the beginning of the lenten season office for had. the schools that an investigation is underway. kathy grew and columnist schechter, welcome to you both. here is the fourth-grade student, william cloud describing what happened. >> the teacher walked over and said, like, what is that? i said it is ash wednesday. it is inappropriate, go take it off, took me aside and you have to take it off. she made me wipe it off. shannon: the teacher apologized. was this a mistake? >> it may very well be. we either have a diversity problem in that this teacher doesn't understand some people
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have different customs and practices associated with their religion and perhaps she is associated with, or we have somebody who misunderstands the right to practice your religion freely and as many government employees do decided it was up to her to tell an american citizen what to do. i'm glad she apologized. i hope everybody has learned something. maybe we can move on. shannon: we talked to the grandmother, the teacher apologized with a handwritten note and with candy which always helps things. and i hope it helps somebody and never happens again. i don't think it will. >> i happen to be a certified teacher in two states and when you are trained as a teacher the number one rule is nothing distracting students in a classroom. you don't want anything out of the ordinary to take away from
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learning so this teacher apparently not a catholic or christian, was not aware that was a religious symbol, something the child has a right to do and took it too far, said it was inappropriate, tried to create a calm learning environment, really blue it. the school did not stand behind her, she's on leave. doesn't seem like it is going to happen again at this school and she learned her lesson. heather: they voted 10-to to settle the case about people who are homeless and large tent city area that essentially takes away the ability for law enforcement officers, belongings bear, and move people to other places but there is controversy over that. the city must take a stand for safety and decency. and dangerous street behavior.
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>> and we are doing for my behavior with this behavior. and we are leaving on the street like animals pretending that is freedom. it is not. it is a disgrace. my city should be ashamed of itself. >> one who voted against this plan to settle this allowed us to go on, councilman joe, call me joe, anytime we propose a solution to homelessness we get slammed for it. >> they just can't win and it wasn't unanimous. they didn't all agree with this. they are saying the homeless have rights.
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with the homeless they have medication and other valuables on them and if they are being swept up and things are being taken away their rights will be taken away, their medicine, we need to fix are homeless problems but they also have rights. griff: this will require law enforcement to store them and segregate them. you have to keep stepping over people that are not your favorites for now. >> it is safe and sad. shannon: thanks for weighing in. if there's one thing most of the 2020 democratic presidential hopefuls can agree on it is they are really sorry for some of their past policy positions and statements. some of them coming back to hunt them on the campaign trail. stick around for the power panel. will democrats be able to out run their flip-flopping? dave and emily live after the break. i can't believe it.
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♪ >> shannon: 2020 presidential hopefuls facing repeated
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questions over past positions including senator kamala harris, bernie sanders and vice president joe biden. time for the power panel, fox heather: repeating questions over past positions, senator kamala harris, kirsten gillibrand and joe biden. time for the power panel, fox news contributor clinton pollster doug shown, dave brown and emily, welcome to all of you. i want to talk about what trace was putting, questions about joe biden in the 70s. he is quoted in washington post and i do not by the concept in order to even the score, and i don't feel responsible for the sins of my father and grandfather but the situation today. do you think i have to explain that? >> he is going to change it but in the world of the 2019 democratic party, as richard nixon used to say in operative. you have to be for
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affirmative-action, racial preference and good arguments pro and con. not passing judgment but he is not going to run a campaign in the democratic party, and in the time of alexandria ocasio cortez, getting so much attention. >> senator kamala harris is a prosecutor in california for legalizing pot and prostitution. they say the question before the democratic base is whether kamala harris is sincere in this position are saying what they think they want to hear, truth like duty will remain in the eye of the beholder. >> that is true of a lot of things kamala harris is saying.
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and very strategically, when you look at her record in particular, one of the most interesting candidates, in a general election, i don't know if she could get past the primary. shannon: with all the candidates out there exploring the possibilities, democrat senator kirsten gillibrand had big movement on guns, what she embraces and immigration. she has been confronted about those things and those were republican talking points. calling these questions republican talking points is not helping her case. republicans and plenty of democrats and liberal media outlets talking about these things because they are part of her record. anybody who runs has to explain. >> they are part of the record and she addressed immigration in an effective way and took it
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head on and when she took those positions she didn't consider the way they were hurting families. she expressed regret for that. with you agree or disagree with her on immigration, the fact that she took responsibility for the statement and owned it and recognized there are competing viewpoints was a smart play. you will see a lot of movement in the primary. this is a really volatile entomology was 12 plus months with a lot of people competing for airtime, 24 hour news cycle and the primary energized democratic base that is keen to take on this president and they want the strongest contender. >> she change the position weather was guns immigration when she went from upstate to more rural, the entire state of new york including urban areas. shannon: it is a different constituency. stick around, the power handle
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>> there is a political element motivating this and organizing this and enabling this. how are these people getting here? somebody has to be paying for that. somebody has to be accompanying them, providing services along the way. >> rush limbaugh weighing in on the situation at the border, days away from the senate vote on a measure that disapproves of the president's emergency declaration on the border. republicans divided on that tonight. the power panel is back. is there a crisis or not and if there is is that validate the president using national emergency power? >> such an interesting conversation because it depends how you define crisis. if you can define it legally, politically, literally, if we are talking the literal
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definition of the word crisis it is hard to imagine how there isn't a crisis at the border because we quite literally have people floating across it, him and humanitarian concerns about people who have dire situations crossing the border from countries in central america who have legitimate problems they are fleeing from in some cases so there is a crisis. does it fit the definition of a national emergency constitutionally? delegating the power to the president to determine, that is a fair debate. i'm a conservative. there is a robust conversation on both sides of the question which i am enjoying. i don't know where i fall on it and it is interesting we are having that conversation. bottom line -- shannon: to this put republicans on the spot? what democrats do with the same power but mitch mcconnell is on the floor now. >> the most likely result in the senate from everything i have seen is the resolution allowing the president to do this will
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probably be defeated. there are real concerns about the separation of powers, the assembly said what constitutes a national emergency and congress explicitly has the power of the purse and this largely usurps that and we don't want to start precedent where every problem gets turned into a crisis involving or necessitating a executive action. heather: kick us off on the next topic which is a ruling that wilbur ross was wrong to including citizenship question in the 2020 census, on the long form and short form. democrats or republicans or anything else. the judge said including the citizenship question is
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fundamentally counterproductive to the goal of obtaining accurate citizenship data. the inclusion of the citizenship question on the census threatens the foundation of the democratic system. >> that is one accept from the 112 case. shannon: we all learned -- >> i will say this decision on several basis, the commerce department didn't follow the rules to get to the decision but the more interesting thing is the constitutional issue, he said the decision violates the constitution because it defeats the ability of the government to carry out its responsibility of enumeration to counter people in a way -- there is no reasonable governmental purpose for why the secretary did what he did and he looked at the record, the fact that there appeared to be a lot of politics at play instead of
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legitimate reason. heather: has always been politics? >> it hasn't always been a question. >> apparently under this administration there are other means, the department of homeland security, there are a lot of important questions, why the secretary was pushing for this, coming from the front office and political office, not staff. he had to go to the department of justice and asked jeff sessions please do this for me and doj lawyers refused to meet with the department of commerce officials who took exception. shannon: this question was out there. >> i don't know if the word is amused or discrepancy. in order to obtain information about our citizens you can't ask about citizenship.
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shannon: we can't boil down -- that is the judge's conclusion. he set aside for procedural issues, that is the final paragraph. >> what was the effect? what was the concern of the effect of that question on people feeling comfortable coming forward? shannon: the supreme court has taken this up in april. they will delve into the question, the power panel. our midnight hero put his life on the line to save a stranger from drowning plus a controversial proposal in california to promote planned parenthood on college campuses. we will explain in the western roundup.
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most-watched, most trusted and most grateful you spent the evening with us. good night from washington, i am shannon bream. heather: is march 8th. this is "fox and friends first". killed in the line of duty, serving a warrant, and hours long standoff. the accused killer is now in custody. >> addressing forms of hatred. >> if it is not about her, what is it? condemning anti-semitism after congresswoman omar's remarks.


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