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leaks? >> i'm not aware. the leaks are so scattered with the dakota access pipeline you are describing. >> the point was the bank didn't build the pipeline which is what he said. we didn't build it. we just financed it. we did our own risk assessment. shannon bream and the fox news at night team is next and they are in new york, take it away. shannon: felicity huffman released on $250,000 bond. huffman and lori loughman and 50 other individuals implicated in a college admissions bribery scamming. how it worked and how i up into the ivy league world does it go. we give you details. stick around for laura trump who has plenty to say about that scandal and responds to the interview last night taking shots at the commander in chief, why she thinks the president --
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dubbed the most dangerous radio show. welcome to fox news at night in new york. we begin with trace gallagher from our la bureau. good evening. >> operation varsity blues began in 2011 ended last month with 33 parents paying anywhere from 200,000, to $6.5 million to get their kids into elite colleges. federal agents say the scam was run by a college and career counseling and william singer would direct the parents to give the money to his charity and in turn use that money to bribe college coaches, administrators, even testing centers. the goal was to include sat and act scores or pretend nonathletes were star athletes. mister singer would lie and say students have learning disabilities to allow them to take the test alone and then he would have a proctor take the test for the student or sit with
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the student and provide answers, and then they would fabricate the results. prosecutors say felicity huffman tested her daughter's sat score and by cheating it went up 400 points. hoffman's husband was not charged. as for creating college athletes a cooperating witness told prosecutors they would simply fake definite credentials, even photoshop faces of the students on 2 bodies of actual athletes. lori locklin and her husband face $500,000 to have the two daughters recruited to the university of california's crude team even though the girls never road but to increase their credentials the fathers sent pictures of his daughters on rowing machines. here is alan dershowitz. >> this is the worst scandal
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involving elite universities in the history of the united states. let there be no doubt about this. nobody can diminish the importance of this. >> many suspect agreed to cooperate including former yale women soccer coach who was paid $400,000 for recruiting a girl who never played competitive soccer. this in schools stanford, ucla, wake forest and several others. so far no students have been charged. >> i wonder how they thought they were going to get away with this. there is been some political reaction. >> white house advisor kellyanne conway went after the accused actresses posting on twitter lori locklin and felicity huffman indicted for lying and buying spots in college, they worried their daughters are as stupid as their mothers and later conway tweet did the two actors get most attention for college admissions cheating scandal yet 48 others were charged too. coaches in different directors took millions, ceos authorized the locklin girls guide to life.
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donald trump junior tweeted is it just me or is everyone in hollywood strangely silent today? come on, you are always vocal in forcing your opinions on everyone. what changed? there were hollywood tweets but the big stars took a pass on this one. heather: thank you. donald trump junior claiming crickets from hollywood and reaction to what alan dershowitz calls one of the greatest scandals of the 21st century. laura trump is a campaign advisor, always good to see you. i've been upset with this story all day, we're just getting the details, one of those things that makes people say my kid has fought so hard on their sats, done community work and people were able to write checks and get their kids into these amazing schools. >> it is so not right and you look at who these people are,
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the hollywood elites, the liberal elites always talking about equality for all and everyone should get a fair shot when here is the biggest topography of all, they are writing checks to cheat and get the kids into the schools when the spots should've gone to kids that were actually deserving and i feel sorry for their kids. what lesson is this teaching them and you see the one girl who said she's not even sure she's going to go to school. it is a real shame but it is finally showcasing what is out there and the hypocrisy that exists within the liberal and hollywood elite culture. >> think about? to get a chance, lisa bloom says the real victims are low-income kids who overcame the odds and didn't get in, wealthy families who had a huge advantage cheated. >> it is disgusting. it is terrible. we should be as a society lifting these kids up, giving them the opportunities. that is how the system is designed to work.
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we see at the end of the day the buck talks and there are so many kids that missed an incredible opportunity. i'm sure they all went to great schools anyway but this isn't right and i think these people should be held accountable for what they did and we will see what happens but it is interesting to watch. >> serious allegations. innocent until proven guilty but that is quite a rate. we had a very interesting group on call the world's most dangerous breakfast show. a radio program, very -- >> i listen to them on the radio. >> they have had so many 2020 democrat contenders on, they are not huge fans of the president but i did talk to them whether they would have a monitor like shore. >> i don't think he would come because there's nothing about donald trump that makes me think he cares about black and brown. >> the hurtful things he says. >> they talked about the fact
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they don't feel he is appealing to the minority audience or would care about talking to their listeners. >> that is crazy and that is ridiculous. i think he would be great on their show. i think he would really surprise them. he's never scared of an interview, never scared of a challenge and i think it is a shame they are not recognizing the credible things this president has done for the african-american community. and our first black president, barack obama, we had 10% unemployment in the african-american community. that is almost cut in half thanks to donald trump, historic low with those numbers. liquid this president has done for historically black colleges and universities. so much more money to promote them and help them on their way, look at things like the first step back which will predominantly help the black community and underprivileged communities and have an impact on the families there. for them to say he doesn't care about their audience, the black community, that is absolute nonsense. i like him to go on there and
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dispute the claim because that's not true. >> people texted me, they would pay money to see him on it but he would have fun having a good conversation. >> he would impress them and they would have a good time. >> the election is right around the corner, you all are prepping, getting ready. how does he better sell this message to people who feel he doesn't appeal directly to them? there are worries about suburban women and other groups, those who say the only thing he will do in 2020. >> people have to look at their life now versus two or three years ago and are they doing better? do they feel their family has better opportunities? to have full-time instead of part-time job? i see people vote with their wallets and pocketbooks. even if they don't tell anybody they are going to vote for donald trump and come out and not tell the pollster on the way
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out but i think the president is doing an incredible job. i don't think he needs to sell anything. he needs to keep doing what he is doing. it is incumbent on us to make sure we showcase what democrats are offering which is socialism and what that would mean for the country and it would be determined, venezuela and the mess they are in is a great example of a socialist run country. that is work we have to do. the president should keep doing what he's doing. shannon: he enjoys the sparring, the rallies, happy crowds as well. thanks for making time. this is a fox news alert. the us and canada are the only countries currently allowing the boeing 737 to continue flying following sunday a fatal crash in ethiopia. new calls for the plane to be pulled from service here in america.
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doug mcelway picks up the story from there. >> reporter: the mother of any the opiate airline flight attendant grieved at the crash site while investigators come through the wreckage of the accident that left 157 people dead. in the us pressure is mounting to ground the boeing jet. >> the 737s should be immediately grounded until the faa can assure us that they are safe. >> it make sense to ground the aircraft until we have better information. >> reporter: you a slight attendance union threatened they will not be forced to fly if they feel unsafe. lacking data from the black boxes in the hands of ethiopian investigators the faa noted it is not ending further action at this time and based on information currently available, we do not have basis to offer guidance to operators. one third of the 350 are grounded as more countries including britain, poland and
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australia join others, 58 are registered to fly in the us. >> so long as it had united, southwest, or american airlines on the side. >> reporter: one reason it remains flying is pilot training. >> it is very expensive to train pilots in simulators and so a small force airline may cut down the training cycle. >> the pilot was reportedly retrained with an airworthiness directive following the liner crash 5 months previously, after take off on sunday, he was having control problems, donald trump spoke to dennis muilenburg today after he tweeted, quote, airplanes are becoming complex to fly, and it creates danger. a lot of seat-of-the-pants pilots agree it is diminishing during in-flight emergencies. >> thank you very much.
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actor jussie smollett concealing confidence. his plans to prove his innocence. retired speaker of the house says donald trump could lose in 2020 if he relies on one thing that got him elected, his personality. could joe biden send a message when speaking to enthusiastic groups of firefighters? >> i appreciate the energy you showed when you came up here. say have here a little longer. i may need another few weeks. shannon: is he ready to join the democratic presidential field to chris steigerwald is joining us next to tell us what he thinks.
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♪ >> shannon: former vice president joe biden flirting with daymac joe biden flirting with a 2020 presidential run yet again today and speaks to union workers. the latest tease to the core constituency. >> reporter: the excitement palpable as joe biden took the stage in front of the international association of firefighters tuesday. >> appreciate the energy you showed when i got up here. >> reporter: longtime friend delaware senator chris coons backed up that comment on fox news. >> he is all but certain to run. i'm hopeful that he will. i think he's 95% there. >> he was in comparable territory in front of the firefighters union. in pennsylvania joe biden countered his relationship with unions. he was there to talk about what is going on in the white house.
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>> that is what the next president of the united states needs to understand and what i don't think the current president understands at all. >> reporter: the firefighters union is affiliated with the afl-cio, leaders with the afl-cio recently sent members of congress a letter expressing their disapproval of the green new deal popular with some of the candidates buying for the white house. according to a new des moines register poll biden who hasn't announced is at the top. former texas congressman beto o'rourke who hasn't announced rounds out the fifth spot. biden seem to be more of a centrist democrat, with socialism becoming mainstream. he took heat from democrats when he called successor mike pence a decent guy. >> your criticized for saying anything nice about a republican. folks, that is not who we are.
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>> reporter: as the clock ticks and more get in the race, a biden 2020 run making his third time a child. >> be careful what you wish for. >> reporter: last week president obama praised his former number 2 on a trip in canada. biden is so close with the former president. >> let's bring in fox news politics editor of the halftime report, chris steigerwald. what do you make -- going past heavy flirtation. >> not you and i but the democrats. shannon: he is inching that way. >> if he doesn't, it would be a real mess up. if you have gone this far.
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another report tonight, he is ready to go. this is the significant question. he is the most popular active politician in america today. joe biden is one of the most liked individual still in the game. this is a year and a half of the most grueling -- sound like he has a bit of a cold, he is doing it anyway. and look at donald trump who can stand on stage for 2 hours and 20 minutes against human woodchip is spewing out what comes into his mind. all along he loves it.
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trump feeds on this stuff, you better bring the fight. >> just keeping up with them. these campaigns, you have to be in it for reasons the drive your passion and hard to keep doing it all day every day. we seem to be at each other's throats, taking over very divisive, taking trump out back and beating his booty or something like that. something like that. >> of joe biden you used that phrase beating your booty i would pay him $5 myself. he said he would thrash him, what we used to do to a bully like that, take them behind the gymnasium and beat him up or whatever. joe biden is part of breaking american politics, joe biden had a front row seat for breaking american politics going back to the role he played in the anita hill hearings for which democrats
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and republicans, he has been part of breaking this process. we remember him telling an epic an american audience in virginia in 2012 they want to put you back in jane's. joe biden can't just show up now and say he fell off the back of a turnip truck and wasn't part of how our politics got broken. but he does have an opportunity to be part of fixing it but he has to run a campaign that is both tough but also aimed at healing these divisions. heather: it will depend whether the new generation, very vocal younger generation would show up, going back to the old school when things were a little different but there are things in the past he has got to answer for and he will find that out. we will watch. good to see you. actor jussie smollett shows up for court hearing he didn't have to attend. the strategy for proving his
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innocence. the uk in chaos as the brexit deal fails again. followed in the us. congresswoman alexandria ocasio cortez going after the embattled ceo of wells fargo. >> why was the bank involved in the caging of children and financing to begin with? >> i don't know how to answer that question because we weren't. - in a crossfit gym, we're really engaged
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plea on 16 felony counts of filing a false report. we know judge will allow a camera inside the courtroom. today jussie smollett arrived with his siblings and an attorney from mark guerra goes's law firm who told the judge jussie smollett's he wants the camera in the courtroom because they claim there have been so many false weeks in this case. jussie smollett wants to hear the truth. >> there's been a lot of misinformation that has been presented as facts and evidence against jussie smollett which is the most to be false. we welcome cameras in accordance to the public and the media can see the actual evidence. >> reporter: jussie smollett ronil singh he thinks is like of evidence to convict the actor. mark guerra goes is scheduled to view jussie smollett for the first time at thursday's hearing. he had one of his associates are presenting jussie smollett are not barred in the state of illinois so have to submit a special request to represent
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jussie smollett in the state. that special request was approved by the court. tonight the fbi still investigating the death threat letter chicago police say jussie smollett sent to himself. he faces federal charges of mail fraud and that letter could end up being the actor's biggest trouble. shannon: thank you very much. breaking tonight the pentagon said donald trump's limited ban on transgender people going into the military is going to go into effect. most current transgender troops will be grandfathered in for continued service but after april 12th those diagnosed with gender dysphoria will not serve unless they get medical certification they have been stable in their birth gender for 36 months, have not transitioned and are willing to serve as their biological sex. nancy pelosi responding on twitter saying, quote, donald trump's revival of his bigoted disgusting ban on trans americans serving in the armed forces is a stunning attack,
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patriot to keep us safe. know one with strength and bravery to serve should be turned away because of who they are. a blow to pro-choice advocates federal appeals court in ohio upholding a state law blocking public funding going to planned parenthood because it performs abortions. the status free to an act the law which targeted nearly $1.5 million of funding for the organization from ohio's department. no word if planned parenthood will appeal in the us supreme court. congresswoman alexandria ocasio cortez is on the committee chaired by maxine waters and raised eyebrows questioning the ceo of wells fargo. jack program joins us now. >> reporter: it is easy to keep criticism on wells fargo,
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customer trust after it opened millions of fraudulent accounts so it employs could qualify for compensation incentives. >> wells fargo undertaking reforms to fix the problem. is the problem fixed? >> it is fixed. >> i am surprised. i am shocked you are not in an orange student jail still testifying today. >> reporter: alexandria ocasio cortez was more about spreadsheets. >> interested in the human rights abuses and environmental disasters some say are financed by their bank. >> reporter: it came as a surprise as the congresswoman veered into the child separation controversy at the border. >> why was the bank involved in the caging of children and financing the caging of children to begin with you can >> i don't know how to answer that question because we weren't. >> reporter: ocasio cortez cited an article in the guardian suggesting wells fargo invested in for profit immigration detention centers, loan shark lending and holding bond debt which could inhibit puerto rico's recovery after the hurricane. >> is a true wells fargo has
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invested refinance these industries? >> we made a decision two years ago, the relationships with private public prisons and one has been exited. >> they skyrocketed last summer thanks to the immigration crisis. the biggest private prison companies in the world and work with the department of homeland security. it wasn't just ice detentions she asked about, she suggested wells fargo cleanup and oil spill at the keystone xl pipeline because the bank was a major investment. shannon: thank you. british prime minister teresa may running out of options after a second major defeat on a brexit plan. >> order! >> reporter: teresa may defeated again. the latest version of her plan to have britain and the european union going down in
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the house of commons. still by 149 votes. 391-242. more than 21/2 years every referendum in favor of brexit and the deadline to leave. >> the decision this hasn't taken, by far the best advocacy is the united kingdom leaves the european union in an orderly fashion. >> reporter: the hangup was a transition clause that the hardliners fear leave britain stuck in the customs union indefinitely. >> the prime minister has run down the clock and the clock has been run out on her. maybe it is time instead we had a general election and the people choose who their government should be. >> reporter: whether britain will leave the eu with no deal,
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that is seen as economically chaotic and should be defeated. next whether the end of the month deadline should be extended. the eu would have to approve and there could be another vote in a deal, the eu says they are done. a new deal could be try for another referendum. or indeed the general election which could see the prime minister remain shown the door. donald trump has been no fan of the teresa may brexit deal but was the first to build one of america's biggest trading partners. >> reporter: the latest update on the college admissions scam, bribing, cheating, money and power at you leave schools. what happens now to the accused? did robert mueller sit on exculpatory evidence involving a key player in the russia probe? stick around for the power panel. get-together, especially after being diagnosed last year with advanced non-small cell lung cancer. (avo) another tru story with keytruda. (dr. kloecker) i started katy on keytruda and chemotherapy and she's getting results we rarely saw five years ago.
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[music playing] jerry has a membership to this gym, but he's not using it. and he has subscriptions to a music service he doesn't listen to and five streaming video services he doesn't watch. this is jerry learning that he's still paying for this stuff he's not using. he's seeing his recurring payments in control tower in the wells fargo mobile app. this is jerry canceling a few things. booyah. this is jerry appreciating the people who made this possible. oh look, there they are. (team member) this is wells fargo.
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latest in the college admissions bribery scandal, she disguised a $15,000 payment as a charitable donation so her daughter could taken the scam by boosting her sat scores. time for the power panel. new york times best selling author and fox news contributor guy benson. welcome to all of you. great to be with you guys. let's start with you. your alma mater was involved in this. what do you make of this. yale, we are referring to in this case, hundreds of thousands of dollars for somebody it wasn't even a soccer player. >> there is a great irony here. we don't anymore teach the ideas of honor or truth. it is what you can get away with. the idea that somebody would do this and not know i just can't, it is wrong, is extraordinary to me. you send your kid to a place like yale, that is what they
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are taught. they will never hear about ideas like old-fashioned ideas like honor. there was a time in this country when public schools talks about honor and truth and god. all of the founders who created the republic we have said you can't have self-government without virtue. the idea that people are dying to get into colleges, cheating to get into colleges, there is no such thing as truth and it is all sort of situational ethics. it is very bad and everywhere and you have parents of college kids doing things like that. >> i got the compression from the complaint that parents didn't want them to know they were inflating their scores or doing these things. the actress accused in this one of paying $250,000 for each of their daughters to get into usc. that is coming back to bite her a little bit. >> don't know how much schooling going to attend but i will talk to the dean's and everyone and hope i can try to
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balance it all. i do want the experience of game day partying. i don't care about school. >> she took a spot that somebody did care about. >> he had no idea what was going on. >> interesting to see what the school do. there are 33 students currently that are part of the scheme, currently in school, really tough on the schools, the kids are the big issue but if kids didn't know what was going on our parents pressured them to do it, i don't know, i don't need help with this or that but the issue about understanding truth, morality and ethics get there. this is what goes on in all
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developed nations where there are rich people, if fbi agents wanted to draw a line in the sand between buying buildings and the fraud. all create an unfair school system that penalizes people who don't have resources. >> we are showing video, felicity huffman, $250,000 bond tonight. apparently lori laughlin is traveling to la to turn herself in and many other names you wouldn't recognize, people with money and opportunity and they saw a way to help their kids and allegedly took advantage of it. >> it seems to be fraud and the parents making examples of people, this type of thing
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won't be allowed to happen. i'm not willing to let the kids off the hook. there might be some they can prove it was done without their knowledge but some of these schemes they must have known. shannon: they had to pose as crew athletes, conversations, documented allegedly, with the equipment, the applications. >> the kids that new have to be expelled as soon as possible. if you make examples of the parents you also have to make examples of the kids so other rich people see what happened to the kids of other rich people who did it the wrong way and didn't want their kids, $500,000 to usc for two kids before you pay one dollar of tuition. >> that is a smaller amount than the donations. book came out in 2006, price of admission featuring a story about jared kushner's family for donating -- i don't know
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jared personally. i'm just saying a lot of people had help. >> the darkest thing of this scandal is cheating on standardized tests, the one thing where everyone is equal and the idea that people took money for that, there is dirty money and there is dirty money, a staggering thing to me that parents could do such a thing. certain things you can say on that, i studied hard for my s 80s. >> you got a perfect 600. >> i may have. >> i didn't take one -- >> it helped that i did well. my parents didn't -- how can kids stay at the school at that
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point? >> parents teaching their kids something so pernicious. imagine teaching your kids to lie and cheat and the kid probably says all their life i went to the school but -- shannon: you got to see if they can hang in academically. thank you all. are devout christians too extreme to be judges? a wisconsin judge whose opponents say is too bigoted for the bench. >> he worked alongside an extremist hate group to strip hospital visitation rights away from gay partners. shannon: no plans to back down from what he is calling an attack on his faith. he joins us live next. ♪
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>> the statement >> the statement is indefensible, hateful and it is an insult to 1 billion muslims throughout the world. >> why is it that so many of us on this side have this very uncomfortable feeling the dogma and large two different things, whatever a religion is has its own dogma. shannon: judicial nominees
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under fire for their faith. in wisconsin activists on the left say the judge's lgbt rhetoric is dangerous, conservative candidates as the criticism is just an attack on his faith. he hopes to fill a seat on wisconsin's supreme court, the election just weeks away. judge, good to have you with us. >> great to be with you. shannon: you had people come after you to say your too extreme, reports you are dangerous, there are groups that have withdrawn their endorsement from you because of old writings they are concerned about. i want to read something, the research director says not only does she think he would reverse roe v wade but you would endorse a measure that would outlaw most birth control, could ban in vitro fertilization and stem cell research. how would you respond? >> that organization as well as
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a bunch of special-interest groups allied with my opponent are making a lot up. i have said from the beginning my job as a judge is to say what the law is, not what i think the job -- the law should be and apply the law. i need to follow precedent whether i agree with it or not. i have said that. they are pouring out statements from organizations trying to ascribe policy positions to me. i've been consistent in seeing my job isn't policy, my job is to be faithful to the law. >> a christian school you helped to start, here's an ad against you in this race. >> helps run a new school that bans students, teachers and parents from being gay. with views like this how can he possibly be fair? shannon: is that true?
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>> we did start he is christian school for our kids and that school does have a statement of conduct that staff is required to follow and the statement of conduct is no different than you would find that so many other christian schools, catholic schools, other schools, people of faith around the country, it requires staff to follow christian teachings including no sexual contact outside of marriage. this is a private school. it has a constitutional right to carry out and believe what it believes and operate that way. my volunteering and being part of that school, people saying i'm unqualified for office. what i think it is is just an effort to disqualify people of faith more generally and it is dangerous. how many parents sending their kids to catholic schools or other kind of christian schools that have the same kinds of
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policies? you don't have to be christians go to our school at all. so much is misleading. just an effort to say to people of faith you can't be part of public life which reveals biases of those who are opposing it. shannon: we've seen with with federal nominees. 20 dust up on both sides about what is appropriate and what is not, when asking people what their personal beliefs would do to impact theirs as a judge. everyone can agree a judge's role is to be impartial, not enforce the law as they wanted to be. thank you for coming on. we will invite your opponent and we watch the race to see what happens. heather: great to be with you. shannon: governor gavin newsom is expected to sign an executive order to suspend use of the death penalty, to close the death chamber granting reprieves to 700 inmates currently on death row. the first lady using a body
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double. that was a conversation on the view. we will tell you what milania trump has to say, more can accuse -- pinocchios to alexandria ocasio cortez. stick around for your real news roundup.
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oh ho-ho! congratulations! thank you. yeah, i'm afraid of commitment... and being boiled alive. oh, shoot. believe it. geico could save you 15% or more on car insurance. that guy's the worst. ♪ >> shannon: the fact-checkers of "the washington post" dishing out more pinocchio's two freshman democratic congresswoman alexandria shannon: fact checkers at the washington post dishing up pinocchios to alexandria ocasio cortez leading the real news roundup. the democratic surge a list claiming donald trump did not transfer any money to combat the nation's opioid crisis, shifting tens of millions to fund his border wall. the post writing ocasio cortez making a misleading comparison, trump has no need to transfer billions to the opioid emergency because congress has already appropriated billions of dollars. customs and border protection, a number of people caught illegally crossing from canada
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into the us is up by 1300 over 2017 but half of those caught going south from canada are mexican. a spokeswoman for milania trump hitting back at the view after the program did a segment exploring whether there is a body double for mrs. trump. joy behar to explain some people think there is an imposter, pointing to an online conspiracy. a 5-year-old boy in the uk needs a stem cell transplant where that midnight hero's come in. the situation has become life or death. the story has touched the hearts of 6000 people who have been lining up in harsh, rainy weather all in a bid to get tested to see if they are a match to help him beat leukemia. a local charity says they've ever seen anything like what has happened these last 2 weekendss. loving community of support
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pulling for oscar. we are pulling for him and all of you giving up something of yourself to a stranger in need. you are our midnight hero's. most-watched, most grateful you spent the evening with us, good night from new york. i am shannon bream. heather: this is "fox and friends first". happening at 4:00 on the east coast, education bribes can buy, felicity huffman and lori laughlin swept up in a massive college admission scandal exposing the ugly side of fame and fortune but they can't buy their way out of this one. felony charges they are facing this morning. >> the extremism is on the rise. pettiness is overtaken politics. shannon: joe biden sounds like he is running for president. his new attacks on donum


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