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would sue. where is the exterminator? jillian: look at that a giant bug crawls on his neck during last night's show. unclear what happened to the bug. hannity said it was handled. folks on social media say it was a stink bug. have a good day. ♪ steve: straight to a fox news alert. one of new zealand's darkest day's. gunman shoots in a mosque in new zealand. ainsley: calls this a well well-coordinated terror attack. brian: get to kitty in london live with the breaking developments. >> good morning, guys. new zealand police confirming that 4 people were killed in this shooting and it appears the gunman deliberately attacked two mosques when they were full of people during friday prayers. now, the shootings started around 1:45 local time. the two mosques in the
center of city of christ church on the south island of new zealand. it went on five minutes. 41 people died. just one of those mosques. witnesses describe a heavily armed man dressed in black military style clothing. police also found two explosive devices fixed to a car and other weapons. now, the prime minister of new zealand has condemned she's shootings as a terrorist attack. >> this is one of new zealand's darkest days. clearly what has happened here is an extraordinary unprecedented act of violence. >> now new zealand police detained four suspects right after those shootings. one man has already been charged with murder. he has not been named but an australian man is being linked to the attack after claiming responsibility online. this man also wrote an anti
immigration manifesto and apparently posted a violent video of the attack online it is still circulating on social media. at least 20 people were injured in this shooting, too. they were rushed to hospitals for emergency treatment. police cordoned off the areas around the mosque. urging people to stay indoors for now. authorities are emphasizing that they do believe this is a one-off incident. they are not expecting any more attacks. certainly ramping up the security. this is a country very much in shock. they are not used to this level of violence at all. back to you guys. jillian: i was talking to a friend last night she lives in new zealand went to college with me. texting me and said we just had a massive terror attack before america even knew about it i was in the carpool line waiting to get my little girl from school. they rushed all the parents into the office. the little girl was in lockdown so she couldn't get to her daughter. she was so thankful she was in the school with the parents. her husband was on lockdown. we have never experienced anything like that. can you walk into their
schools their school doors aren't locked. brian: restrict gun laws you wouldn't expect anything like this to happen. the term immigration demeanor of this video the shooter either played a ton of video games he was laughing, calm, cool and collected as he was executing people who were unarmed. steve: well, he obviously wants notoriety because he live streamed it as kitty just said. the video has been taken down from facebook. it was 17 minutes in length. because he wants notoriety we are not going to use his face or name. but on the video you can see him driving through christ church in new zealand. just before he stops at the first mosque he says let's get this party started. he enters and fires. and then another part of the video shows bodies piled up inside. then he gets into a beige subaru station wagon and drives away. he says and you can hear his
voice he says there wasn't even enough time to aim there were so many targets. inside that mosque at the time were hundreds of people. ainsley: is he so hateful. if you read this manifesto he started planning it two years ago after the terror attack in stockholm on april 7th, 2017. that started off. he wanted to avenge the deaths of his people. he doesn't like how america is a melting pot of individuals. evidence thinks people need to stay in their homelands. he doesn't hate muslims in their home land and practice traditions in their own nations. brian: jim hanson on "fox & friends first." special operations operator. he has seen some of this up close and personal. >> it's hard to even imagine the mentality that decides i want to just not slaughter a bunch of people because of my obscene beliefs but i want to broadcast that to the world in the hopes of creating a race war, which was his avowed goal. and i think it's horrific. i think this is something
that unfortunately that we are going to seat damage that he has done to relations around the world. and i hope we can minimize that and not give him, you know, the advantage of having accomplished what his heinous goal was. steve: is he a man in his 20's from australia: none of the four were on any sort of terror watch list. brian: meanwhile yesterday, domestically, the president of the united states is going to be forced to use his veto for the first time as 12 republicans voted against his emergency order at the border to try to repurpose money in order to give us some type of border security. remember "the washington post," "new york times" admit in different ways in different columns with different reporters, there is a crisis at the border. humanitarian as well as just percentage wise the amount of people coming across whether it's drugs or ms-13
are bad actors. and the numbers are through the roof in terms of what our border patrol has been forced to deal with it didn't stop 12 republicans for deciding the president was out of bounds. ainsley: the white house is trying to keep the g.o.p. united that didn't happen. mitt romney says this is not about border security i'm for a border. this is about the balance of power. the president immediately retweeted at 3:16 p.m. once the vote came down he wrote veto with an exclamation point. i look forward to vetoing the just passed democrat inspired resolution which would open borders while increasing crime drugs and trafficking in our country. i thank all the strong republicans who voted to support the border security and all those desperately needed wall. he says we are doing this because of the constitution. congress is going to control the purse. you can't take money and
willy-nilly spend it. those are the 12 republicans that vote you had with the democrats. look, it's a tough call because when the leader of your party is for one thing and it is such a primary thing for this president, for them to say meh, you know, we are really strong about border security but the constitution is the reason we are going to vote against the leader of our party. they're going to have some splaining to do. ainsley: if you are a voter you want to know if that person represents you 12 senators are from your state. brian: meanwhile tom homan weighed in on what those 12 just did. >> these 12 senators, they should wear a border patrol uniform for one shift and come back and tell us there is not a national emergency. at love these republicans we don't want to back it up because we are afraid the democratic president in the future would do it. they have already done it
that's where daca came from. president trump went around congress and gave amnesty to 800,000 people. they have got to stop playing nice and support this president. brian: two most vulnerable in this upcoming election were concerned about their vote was tillis and gardner colorado and north carolina respectively. they both voted with the president on this. don't go crazy because look back in history ronald reagan vetoed 78 times. this would be the president's first. h.w., bush 41. 44. clinton 37, bush 43 at 12. barack obama had 12 as with. for president trump who has kept hills powder dry. everybody waiting for him t to. you called came over ben sasse and lindsey graham interrupted my dinner. he had a an idea. i didn't love the idea. therefore i will veto this thing. ainsley: the superlative goes to franklin d.
roosevelt vetoed 635 bills while in office. steve: when we saw that graphic. ronald reagan had the 78 vetoes. he was overridden nine times. george herbert walker bush 44 vetoes only overridden once. the big question is would there be enough votes in the senate to override the president. jillian: no, you need a two thirds majority. nonetheless, the house of representatives is going to take it up again on march 26th. they have a week off. they have been working so hard. they need another week vacation so when they come back on march 26th, this are going to go ahead and take another bite of the apple. brian: meanwhile beto o'rourke decided he wanted to run for president. number one if it's true the world is going to end in about 12 years we have to do what we did at normandy, watch. >> those who were on the beaches in normandy, those who face existential threat
to western democracy and our way of life, they showed us the way. we can all come together and unite and march for the resources and we can convene the countries of the world around otherwise unsolvable problems. that moment is now for us on this issue. so if there is a time to reassert global leadership and make friends instead of enemies it's today because the challenges are too great to do otherwise. steve: essentially, it's last call. we have got to do something to save the planet. i think it was yesterday nancy pelosi was asked about his greatest achievement in congress. and she could not name any single particular thing. said he brought a lot of vitality. he served on this committee. brian: vitality is good. steve: vitality is great. did not name a particular achievement. ainsley: he made the announcement yesterday morning and hit the campaign trail. several stops in iowa support for the green new deal. said man's final action to take on climate change
crisis. talked about food in this country will no longer prosper in these types of soils. massive migration of tens of millions of people from places uninhabitable or under the sea. brian: i guess he doesn't know we solved the crisis in new york with meatless mondays. having said that i asked secretary of state mike pompeo yesterday when it comes to climate change not knowing about the normandy, because i had to leave all my electronics outside the state department. not knowing about the normandy statement to compare it. to say i asked him when it comes to climate change, how big a deal? >> everyone is talking about global warming and the threat to this country. when you look at the top five threats of this nation. where do you rank global warming or climate change? >> yeah. i wouldn't put it in the top five. brian: why? >> because can i count to five the get you things that present more risks to the people i represented in kansas and citizens across america. whether it's the threat we talked about today from china, nuclear proliferation risk that extends from pakistan through all those folks who have these weapon
systems, places like north korea where they can sell these weapons. i think i'm at five already. but can i give you a list of threats that we can effect change on that will make a difference for the security of the american people. brian: goes to show you how different this country is going to be if a democrat wins. steve: it's a binary choice. very clear what the democrats stand for and what the republicans stand for. slate's josh voorhies writes regarding beto o'rourke of all the candidates he brings the least to the democratic party. we will compare how beto compares to kamala harris, bernie sanders, elizabeth warren. ainsley: joe biden if he gets in the race. steve: within half an hour. brian: talk about venezuela and china as well as. ainsley: north korea. and israel. brian: rocket attack right before we went in for the interview. ainsley: we will see the rest of that interview coming up. good job, brian. this video is coming. a smuggler using two little girls as dei havei decoys to get
across the border. of this is proof that kids are being used as pawns in the border crisis and he joins us next. steve: plus, nancy pelosi wants to lower the voting age to 16 so high schoolers can vote. is that a good idea or just a move to get more young voters. ainsley: good idea for of the dems. brian: what about 12? what about 10 ♪ baby i have been ♪ ♪ what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever? great tasting, heart-healthy california walnuts. so simple, so good. get the recipes at walnuts.org. to take care of yourself. but nature's bounty has innovative ways to help you maintain balance and help keep you active and well-rested. because hey, tomorrow's coming up fast. nature's bounty. because you're better off healthy.
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ainsley: smuggler caught on camera using two little girls ages 6 and 9 as decoys dropping them over the san diego border to distract the border agents. brian: meanwhile 10 people illegally crossed into the u.s. once agents left their post to help the girls. is this further proof of the escalating crisis at the border. joining us former border patrol chief under president obama. mark, have you seen anything like this before. >> absolutely, brian. this should not be surprising to anybody. the experts working the border have been a sounding alarm for a long, long time. the kids are being exploited every single day because congress has failed to do its job to protect this border. think about it all you have to do is grab a kid. enter as a family unit and you are in the united states. but, if you are a convicted felon, you think that may not work. all have you got to do is grab a 6-year-old girl and treat her like a piece of trash and dump her over the
fence and sneak around. if people think that every one of those 10 that snuck around is a good, decent person, they're living in a fantasy world. ainsley: we had tom homan on and he was saying that by the senate rejecting the president's plan. he said that's ridiculous, there is definitely a crisis down there and definitely an emergency. what are your thoughts? >> tom homan is absolutely right. he is a guy that's got a heck of a lot more experience on the border than i do. he is 100 percent right. what happened is they know, the politicians know this is a crisis. and what you are talking about, what we're talking about today is another example. so this was purely about politics. identity politics, political ideology. they know there is an issue at the border. they are failing to do their job. so if i had two seconds with the president, i would look him in the eye and say thank you, thank you for doing what other people have not done, have failed to do to protect our border. i absolutely hope he vetoes this. brian: mark, you said before in 15 minutes i could work this and change our policy
and immediately have an effect on the border barrier or not. what are they? >> first of all, we have -- brian, that's the big issue. we have to stop incentive from these people coming here one thing you could do is those individuals come and seek asylum. they are making them wait in mexico for their asylum hearing to come up which we know the overwhelming majority of those are false claims and are denied. that's one thing we could do tomorrow across the expire southwest border. we remove the incentive. they will stop coming. ainsley: i know you know robert mueller and all the key players in the mueller report are we going to see that report drop today? >> you know, the information that i'm hearing is mixed. we keep talking about that all the time. going to come the next day. here is what i will say. i worked for director mueller for 12 years. when he is ready, and the report is complete, that's when we will see it he is not going to be impacted by any outside pressure whatsoever. brian: we saw peter strzok's testimony, we saw lisa page's testimony.
you know these people. what struck you, pun intended about peter strzok and his insurance policy? >> well, i will tell you, it went as someone who spent 20 years in the fbi, i was disgusted. it goes to the heart of everything that you should not be as a federal agent. they represented everything that is the antithesis of what fbi agents are i hope american people know the bad decisions made were done by a couple of people at the highest level. it was not done by the majority of the fbi. the fbi still believes in the american people and doing the right thing. brian: said don't touch the clinton foundation or hillary. even though his clear he had nothing against president trump. mark we will have you back. ainsley: thanks, mark. of the left is cheering gavin newsom for stopping the death penalty in his state but they still support late-term abortions. diamond and silk are here to call out the hypocrisy next.
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six months out of prison and may be looking to get back into the family business. police believe calli was lured outside his staten island home by a staged car crash. the senate blocking a measure to allow special counsel robert mueller's russia probe to go public. that vote coming hours after the house unanimously approved the resolution. senator lindsey graham strongly opposed the measure. he wants it to include a provision for a new investigation of hillary clinton's emails. graham says that needs to happen before mueller's report is made public. ainsley? ainsley: all right. thank you. some on the far left cheering on california governor gavin newsom's signing off on the executive order to end the death penalty in california calling it immoral. brian: yeah. many of those, still support third trimester abortions showing no mercy for what many people say are innocent babies. steve: here to react fox nation host diamond
and silk. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> good morning.
steve: what do you make of california governor gavin newsom signing this executive order that essentially puts on hold the 737 inmates who are on death row? they will not be executed by the state as long as he is the governor? >> it just shows that they will protect criminals at all costs and forget about the law abiding citizens. they forget about people that is doing the right things here. you know, i think it's sad because, you know, it revictimizes the victims and their families. >> yes, it does. >> like you said, they want to take and they want to kill babies. they want to murder babies. >> um-huh. >> but then they have a problem with executing people that have committed heinous murders and done stupid things in our country. >> that's right. >> i think it's so sad. i think it's so sick. and going against the will of the people. >> of the people. >> exert your will. >> yes. >>
is not governing. it's dictatorship. the people of california should hold him accountable.
ainsley: if you read some of the articles out there and listen to. so sound bites you have lacy peter's family speaking out against. this another man whose 12-year-old little girl taken from a slumber party kidnapped, raped, murdered. he said he died a little bit when he heard gavin newsom say this. this is the punishment that that man deserves. he says it's important to close that chapter in his daughter's life. he said he is more concerned about his daughter's killer than his daughter. he says lacy peterson's family doesn't have a life in the long run we are paying for her murderer, her ex-husband to stay on death row. gavin newsom said i can't kill hundreds and hundreds of people when i know some of them are innocent. do you agree with that? do you believe some of them are innocent? >> wait a minute, if you are on death row, you are on death row for a reason. >> right. >> that's the thing. you can't kill hundreds of innocent people but they can kill hundreds of innocent babies. think about that for a minute. >> right. >> the hypocrisy on the left is so real it's ignorant to me of his mindset and then the victims how they are
being revictimized again. >> again. >> and then you have got these people sitting in jail for the rest of their lives. taxpayer money has to pay for that. >> that's right. >> i want to know how much money is newsom getting? he is getting a nic back patty back from prison. brian: diamond and silk can be heard with a double click on fox nation, right? >> yes, foxnation.com. brian: foxnation.com or just download the app. steve: breaking news nearly 50 people dead after a terror attack in new zealand. what we are learning about the suspect coming up next. brian: a one on one with secretary of state mike pompeo. we give you some of the behind the scenes look as well as the hot spots in the world. steven could only imagine enjoying a spicy taco. now, his world explodes with flavor.
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♪ ainsley: we are back with a fox news alert. new zealand now on high alert. at least 49 gunned down in what's being called a terrorist attack on two mosques. many of the victims are believed to be migrants or refugees in new zealand. four people now in custody. brian: police say one australian man is charged with the murder and appear in court tomorrow morning. yep, he is alive. said to have anti-muslim and anti-immigration agenda. steve: video of the attack was live streamed on facebook. but authorities there are urging people not to share it. it has been taken down. but it is circulating. prime minister is condemning the shootings. they are referring to this as new zealand's darkest day. and while this person clearly wanted some sort of, you know, attention by livestreaming it we are not going to show his name and use his name. we are not going to show his face. but, you know, there were hints out there because on his twitter feed apparently there were images of ammunition magazines with
names scrolled across them in marker including the names of two masked shooters who targeted migrants and muslims. ainsley: he was there in new zealand training according to his manifesto that he wrote. he wasn't planning on doing this in christ church. he said he started visiting. so movingmosques and determinedt these individuals, basically according to this manifesto, is he a sick man. he is saying they deserves it because he was avenging the deaths of his people from other terrorist attacks. brian: one of the witnesses of a survivor said this he came in and started shooting. i laid down on the bench if i get up i will get shot. i'm just going to keep my fingers crossed so i can be alive i was the last guy who came out of the mosque after the shootings stopped. there were a lot of bodies. first we heard 20. and then we heard 40 and then topped out at 49 with several severely injured. three separate stories even developing. when i got on amtrak and so
when i got in the doors just imagine what it's like to be secretary of state. here is a few minutes about five, six minutes of our 20-minute sitdown with secretary of state mike pompeo. brian: mr. secretary, great to see you. >> brian, great to be with you. brian: first time since 2014 if my stats are correct the rockets came out of gaza into israeli. >> the israelis have a right to defend themselves. i'm confident that they will be able to do that. i regret that the folks in the gaza strip probably hamas although i suppose we shouldn't speculate fired these rockets and put israelis at risk. this only presents an increased risk of isolation. something we hope doesn't happen but you should know we will support the israelis' right to defend themselves. brian: do you worry how much the anti-israeli, anti-anti-semitic comes out in congress hurts the relations. >> i do. i worry about it multiple reasons not just the relationship between these two democracies but i worry
about it because it undermines where we began today, brian. the protection of the dignity and rights and religious freedom of every human being. when i hear anti-semitic remarks it saddens me and i know it undermines what is the greatest about the united states of america. brian: seeing you and the president walk away in hanoi. you do a great job keeping a poker face. but as the president spoke and talked about the deal you weren't going to have. do you feel personally that you let him down? >> i don't. i think we made real progress. even in hanoi. even a place where we didn't reach the final resolution of what we have been asking for all along. we didn't get an agreement for the full and final denuclearization in a verified way. this is a long process. the president has always said if we can keep flistles flying and keep nuclear tests from happening that's a good first start. we know what the final objective is. brian: it looks like the president and president xi if they are to meet at mar-a-lago, it's not going to happen until at the earliest mid april. what's going on here? >> so real progress has been made. i think that's absolutely
true. i think both leaders want to make sure we have had enough progress so the two seniors president xi and president trump can get together and close out any of the remaining items. whether it's the beginning or middle of april or even take as couple weeks longer we ought to get this right. hopeful the two leaders can come together to get a trade deal that will benefit not only america but the rest of the world as well. brian: your message to the venezuelan people how much garbage do people have to eat before america gets more directly involved? >> boy, when i think about how bad it is today and what i know it's going to be like tomorrow and the day after that it's going to get worse. the maduro regime is truly evil. denying food to the hungry. denying medicine to the sick. we have delivered -- the american people have been so generous. 200 metric ton on their borders they won't let in. we are continuing to take effort. brian: have we put troops into colombia ready to act should they need to act? >> i will let them talk about the movement of their soldiers. brian: i understand you are
making a trip to the middle east iraq and iran meeting forming relationships. iraq is ignoring the sanctions and grand ayatollah sis stane sat down with the president of iran. seems like diplomatic power we are getting our butts kicked over there. what's happening? >> i don't see it that wait a minute america is a strong supporter of iraq. still working to take down isis in their country. i had a conversation with their prime minister jewels a couple days back. i think we are making progress on developing a strong, independent sovereign iraq. there is no doubt iran has its eyes set on taking control of that country. i don't think that's good for the iraqi people. i know it's not good for the united states of america. we are going to continue to do the fight there and stand up an iraqi government that's free and less involved with what's going on in iraq. brian: is it true that members of the taliban five what the previous administration let out of gitmo they are part of these peace talks right now. the ones that we exchange for bowe bergdahl many described as the worst of the worst. is that true? >> brian, i don't want to
answer who has been showing up there. i will say this. brian: is that acceptable if they're? >> i will say this. we have negotiated with really bad people. state department doesn't often get to choose exactly who it is. we are trying to achieve good security outcomes for the american people. sometimes we end up talking to some really bad folks. brian: they would be okay to stay in that room as far as you are concerned? >> if we can deliver security for the american people we will talk to just about anyone. brian: before i came in here it became clear the republicans have jumped ship and decided to not vote with a piece of legislation that does not go along with the president's need for emergency money at the border. do you side with the 59 that voted against the president or do you side with the 41 that voted with him? >> count me in the 41. brian: why? >> i have spent a lot of time with my mexican counterparts. this challenge at our southern border is real. i believe it's a crisis. call it what you will. a challenge of knot knowing who is coming in or out of our country. drugs or people or i will illict
materials coming across our southern border is real. the president's executive order does just just that. brian: your predecessor famously basically admitted that he called the president a moron. you have a much different relationship with him. what does he not get that you get? >> my relationship with the president is one that's an effort on my part to execute his vision for america's foreign policy. he is the commander-in-chief he provides the direction. i go out every day and work my tail off to try to execute and implement it for him. brian: a story on you today talked about why is the secretary of state doing so much traveling in the country from iowa to texas to kansas. is he running for president? is he running for senate? >> i pos suppose everybody gets unhappy when i don't go to martha's vineyard bly like my predecessors did. america is our client. i wanted to travel why it matters. i went to texas to talk about energy and how american innovation and creativity have created enormous wealth for america and i'm going back to kansas next week to talk about
entrepreneurship. i'm doing this on behalf of america. i'm very focused on what i'm doing here today. brian: are you ruling out running for senate in kansas. >> i have. i have told folks. >> why be surprised in 2024 if you ran for president. >> i don't know if you would be but my wife would be shocked. brian: number one in his class at west point and a harvard grad and constitutionally he thinks the president is on the money with what he is doing. but he has got his handsful. steve: he does. ainsley: i like how transparent he is. he seems like is he answering the questions. brian: he is. ainsley: except the ones on national security. steve: i talked about why he went out to iowa. the farmers have interacted by the trade balance and trade deals and went to explain what the president is doing. brian: 5 g major deal. we warned poland and germany don't do it. don't take it from the chinese company and they seem to be doing it anyway. i wonder why our allies are ignoring us. >> we are not quite there
yet. great job going down to foggy bottom. brian: thanks. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. there is jillian. jillian: good morning. following a number of stories. we are getting our first look at one of the mangled black boxes from that doomed ethiopian airlines jet. the pilot of that boeing 737 max 8 reported serious trouble right after take al-jaafari. with the plane accelerating wildly. the "new york times." >> google is helping the chinese military. >> the work that google is doing in china is indirectly benefiting the chinese military. look, we are the good guys and we watch with great concern when industry partners work in china knowing that there is that indirect benefit. jillian: marine general joseph dunford making those remarks while testifying at a senate armed services committee hearing. the tech company did not
renew a contract with the armed forces on a drone project but is still allegedly working to develop a search engine for the chinese government. house speaker nancy pelosi voicing her support on lowering the voting age. >> i myself have always been for lowering the voting age to 16. i think it's really important to capture kids when they are in high school and they are interested in all of this. when they are learning about government to be able to vote. jillian: last week congress voted down on amendment headed by democrats. that's a look at your headlines. brian: by the way mike pompeo answered that about google. he is seething about google's deciding to not take our contract but to go help china's indirectly -- their defense. unbelievable. steve: jillian, thank you very much. ainsley: beto o'rourke is in the race. how does he stack up to the rest of the 2020 candidates? we are breaking down his chances next. steve: plus, thanking fans for overwhelming support for
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♪ >> i don't think there has ever been a greater moment in our lifetimes and for this country. the challenges have never been greater, more severe, more critical and more defining for the future. steve: beto o'rourke kicking off his presidential campaign standing on the counter there in iowa. he was in iowa a couple of days more there he is now one of 12 candidates vying for the democratic nomination for president. so how does he stack up against the other 2020 hopefuls? here to break it all down is former campaign polster for senator ted cruz chris wilson. chris, good to have you. >> thank you. steve: take a look at beto
o'rourke versus some of the others. when you square him against joe biden, he is hiring staff. he is going to get in shortly. who does the advantage go to. >> you have to look a little bit at the background. joe biden still has an obama shine around him. even though if o'rourke has any advantages here his youth. if biden is able to overcome that through organizations built and even though that's not the sort of democratic establishment that you see on twitter. it's still who makes a difference. because of that i think in a head to head who has the most staying power if you will in a primary contest biden wins that because of his obama connections. brian: maybe this would be the called the obidenn ticket. >> it would be a strong one. steve: square beto against elizabeth warren. >> they both have aspect. o'rourke tried to run as calling him hispanic even though he is irish american running as a texas congressman. but elizabeth warren can't get around her cultural
misappropriation. steve: is that was big. >> it's a big scandal and new hampshire is going to eliminate her from the race all together because of that and o'rourke will come through because of inauthenticity. kamala harris had the biggest crowd in the history of towns in oak land, california. >> her home town. o'rourke was smart and went up to iowa. the buzz around his campaign i think is what you just cannot get around. the vanity fair piece. all the coverage we see yesterday. the fact that we are sitting here this morning talking about it harris down. she is a clinton democrat. because of the media buzz who is able to make it out longer rourke does he stays in. steve: just like that. in this cycle irving is trying to outbernie bernie. >> they are. well if rourke has an advantage there it's on the youthful side. most democrats don't want an old white male. rourke was very pro-energy. he was oil and gas congressman when he was in
texas. sanders is going to beat him up on that. you can't get passed who bernie sanders is he is a socialist and that's what democrats are looking for in this cycle. steve: because beto is from texas i can't tell you how many times i heard yesterday texas could be in play. if you look at the "new york times" headline it says why texas is nearing battleground status it's not just about beto. the week row. 2020. democratic hopes about turning texas blue. do you put much stock in that. >> i really don't. i think 2018 was a unique election in texas. it was the highest midterm turnout ever. and, in fact, if you look at governor abbott and his race he was able to get 44% of the hispanic vote. senator justice did wellout spend by o'rourke. brian. steve: but he lost. >> going into 2020 if o'rourke was able to put 900 people on the ground in texas. who knows? maybe it comes more in play. the question is he able to
raise the same sort of money running against bernie sanders or others than he did against ted cruz i don't see the new york and hollywood liberals giving o'rourke vs. sanders as they did o'rourke vs. cruz. steve: brush back by 12 republicans in the senate. >> helps him. moves forward allows him to keep building the wall. i stood up to those own people who didn't want me to build the wall the wall is going up. made him in a stronger position. steve: good job. 10 minutes before the the top of the hour. the covington catholic high school students family has already sued "the washington post" and cnn we're talking about the sandmans. are more lawsuits coming? we are going to talk to his attorney next hour. plus new fallout for lori loughlin from that college admissions scandal. carley shimkus with that coming up straight ahead ♪ everybody is getting by ♪ everyday america
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relate crimes about how that's a bad idea? >> i no. it's not my fault. it's not like i go looking for this stuff. it just happens. brian: the fallout from the college admissions bribe scandal continues for lori loughlin. the hallmark channel confirming they have cut ties for the actress. ainsley: this as sephora dropped connection with her daughter. steve: carley shimkus. and carley, people across the board some people feel sorry for her. some people say good. >> there is some divided reaction. so, hallmark channel they have pretty much -- it was a pretty swift decision to drop her from the channel. especially because she was
the face really of the channel. brian: kicked out of school out of usc. >> hallmark released a statement about this decision saying we are saddened by the recent news surrounding the college admissions allegations. we are no longer working with lori loughlin and have stopped all developments of all productions that air on the crown family met work channels. her daughter also dropped by sephora and tresme. she made a mistake. a mom who wanted the best for her girls and used poor judgment. haven't we all at one time or another? hallmark channel is about love, understanding and forgiveness and second chances. it's a mistake on your part to let her go. benny says this is the right decision. kids all over our country work incredibly hard and parents sometimes work two, three jobs to help their kids get into college. these people with come with all that money and walk
right. in reprehensible and disgusting. i see both sides of that argument. right? brian: a year ago doing an interview i don't push high kids to get a's that's not what me and my husband do. if you are not going to push your kids to get a's and high marks they can't get in to elite colleges. you can't have it both ways. jillian: they are leaving usc afraid of getting bullied and harassed. so sad. this family had everything going for them and threw it all away by this stupid decision. steve: stories that the parents could actually go to jail. ainsley: it's wrong to teach your kids to lie. it's wrong to lie for your kids. brian: admissions tightening up at all these colleges. carley: as they should. thanks, guys. ainsley: congressman adam kinzinger and geraldo rivera and nigel farage all here live. ♪ hold on tight to your dream ♪
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police charging one man with murder overnight as normally peaceful nation remains on high alert. steve: kitty lo logan is following our story from our newsroom and joins us live. kitty? >> good morning, guys. well the shootings happened at two different mosques in the city o. the police saying these attacks were very well planned. the shootings started at around 1:45 local time. that's when the mosques are very biz with people attending friday prayers. the attack happened around five members. police say 41 people died at just one of those mosques.
many of the victims are thought to be refugees. witnesses say the gunman wore black military style. found two bombs in one car didn't go off they are being diffused. the prime minister has condemned these shootings as a terrorist attack. and police have since detained four suspects. they were arrested immediately after the shootings. one man in his late 20's has already been charged with murder. authorities have not named him but an australian man is being linked to the attack. this man also posted lengthy anti-immigration manifesto online in which he claimed responsibility. a graphic video of the shooting was also posted online. that has been removed but it is sadly still circulating. police say none of the suspects that they have detained so far were on any previous terror watch lists at least 20 people were in these shootings.
they were rushed to the hospital in these treatments. police have combed the area they are encouraged to stay indoors. that city remains in lockdown. new zealand hasn't seen a mass shooting or any kind of mass shooting in at least 40 years. this is the worst the country has ever seen. the security alert has now been heightened. for now the country remains in shock. back to you guys. steve: all right. kitty, thank you very much. you are right about the security being heightened. there are 1,000 police in new zealand and in the christchurch area and almost everybody, it's all hands on deck right now. they would hate to think that this was part of a coordinated attack right now it does not look like there was more than these people who were involved. right now only one man is charged with murder. but, you know, as she painted, he had this big manifesto that ainsley has in her hands. he wired up his cars. there were a couple of ieds on his cars and then live streamed the whole thing on facebook. went 17 minutes. we're not going to show the guy's face. we are not going to tell us his name. he want the note right.
we arnotoriety.we are not goingt to him. ainsley: he highlights questions that you at home might want to ask for. what are your wishes? what do you encourage us to do? he talks about socialism. left wing, right wing. birth rates. and he said he started planning this two years ago after the terror attack in stockholm. that set him off in 2017. he says this was to avenge the deaths of his people. he wasn't planning on doing this in new zealand until he visited some of the mosques in christ it's church and he says he sees that there is a problem there, too. basically he says he doesn't hate muslims if they stay in their countries and don't invade his land. brian: alexandria ocasio-cortez put this out in a tweet. at first i thought of saying imagine being told your house of faith isn't safe anymore but i can't say imagine because of charleston, pittsburgh and southern springs. what good are thoughts and prayers when they don't even keep the pews safe. so churches in new york you have to stand in line and it takes a very long time to get into the sanctuary
because they are using wands and metal detectors to make sure you don't have anything dangerous. steve: absolutely. apparently he was able to livestream this thing on facebook. facebook has taken it down. but it is floating around on the internet. apparently he had a grow pro o -- gopro-on his helmet. he turned it on when he headed to first mosque. you can hear him say let's get this party started. he pulled up and started firing and then he pulls away. we are getting into our newsroom right now some of the video where a hero cop actually pulls him out of his car. and we are going to be showing that to you very, very shortly. ainsley: tells you how sick he is he thinks murdering this many people is a party while they are in their mosques? steve: it's unbelievable. anyway, we will keep you posted on what is going on down in new zealand on this friday morning. brian: four minutes now after the hour. let's change gears and talk about what happened on capitol hill yesterday. in that immigration border
patrol action. the president is trying to get done it repurpose money in order to secure our border. so he did it and the senate went -- the house went ahead and said we are going to disapprove of this. and the senate did, too. by a counts of 59-41. with 12 republicans deciding they could not support the president on thi for constitutional reasons. i don't know one republican and if democrats were given truth serum i'm sure they would feel the same way. doesn't think there is a crisis or emergency at our border. the president tweeted this out. didn't go out for revenge or didn't rebuke or warn. i look forward to vetoing the just passed democrat inspired resolution which would open borders while increasing crime, drugs and trafficking in our country. i thank all the strong republicans who voted to support the border security and our desperately needed wall. steve: the night before, rand paul -- rather lindsey graham, ted cruz and ben sasse showed up unannounced at the white house. and the president was having a dinner. and they tried to talk him out of vetoing and instead adopt a compromise. and i'm told the president
was really steamed that they showed up and tried to talk him out of it i mean, this is one of his core issues. he has said there is a crisis at our southern border. and we have shown you, many people who are professionals who say exactly that and for these republicans, these dozen republicans to fly in the face of the leader of your party, you know, have you got to figure they are going it take some flack for people who voted for that. ainsley: you might want to know who these senators are if you live in those states. rand paul, lee. collins murkowski, alexander. rom my, more ran, toomey, portman, wicker, rubio and senator blunt. mitt romney says this about the constitution and. it's not border security because he does support a barrier. thom tillis was going to oppose and then changed his mind at the last minute republican from north carolina. he says he is sympathetic to the president's push. the president really wanted this measure -- he really
wanted to solicit emergency order supported by these especially republican senators but they weren't all on board. brian: worried about a democratic president that would want to do things that are against something a republican would want to do like do something emergency action on climate change and take some money from one pot and say hey president trump did that back in 2019. meanwhile, senator lindsey graham also a lawyer by trade before he got into politics said the president had every right to do this. >> to reject his decision that process is happening right now. the president will prevail. but i don't -- i don't think for a moment they are not sincere. i just disagree with their analysis and we're going to keep building the wall. >> means he is dead serious about building the wall. and if a republican or democrat gets in the way, he is willing to build a wall. ainsley: a lot of people might want to say the president is doing this and exercising his power i'm in charge.
don't forget that when you hear tom homan talk and he said no, the president really believes this is an emergency. he says i worked on the border. i know this is a crisis. i know that there is an emergency. when you see these images of people throwing children over the fence to distract the border guards so that smugglers and migrants can come through. that is an emergency. if you are a parent, imagine if that's your child? steve: keep in mind the president had the power to do what he is doing. what happens now now that they have approved this resolutions of disapproval. now it's going to go to the president's desk where he is going to sign it and going to be like i'm not going to sign that. that's bad for me. he is going to veto that and then what's going to happen next is he is going to take some of the money that he has already told us about, and he is going to say i'm going to use that to build the wall and then there will be a court challenge. this could take six months, it could take a year. it could take years. nonetheless, as he runs for president then, the president is going to be able to say look, i did everything i could. i even vetoed that thing. there were a bunch of republicans who voted
against me. i'm doing what i promised i would do, and that's why i'm fighting for that wall. brian: they are building portions of the wall. mark morgan was on with us earlier and said congress has failed. this is policy. not only barrier it's policy. listen. >> congress has failed to do its job to protect this border. the politicians know this is a crisis. this was purely about politics. identity politics. political ideology. they know there is an issue at the border. they are failing to do their job. so if i had two seconds with the president, i would look him in the eye and say thank you. thank you for doing what other people have not done and failed to do to protect our border. i absolutely hope he vetoes this. ainsley: some of these senators that voted with the democrats maybe their thought process is i want to follow the constitution and my opinion i feel like i have to follow the constitution and power of the purse rules. but, they still support the border wall. steve: sure. ainsley: still support the president. maybe they are doing that so they can go back and look at voting record when it comes
time for the election we did the right thing when it comes to the constitution. steve: president doesn't have to veto it he could use the 1.3 billion that congress has appropriated for the wall. plus, there is like $3 billion in a couple of funds at the pentagon and the treasury in accounts that can be tapped for an emergency declaration. ainsley: is he going to veto it. steve: he could do that. ainsley: vote came at 3/16 veto. brian: the republicans could have done this two years ago. steve: that's why the president says thanks paul ryan. brian: s10 minutes after the hour. thanks to jillian mele for showing up. jillian: happy friday. get to a fox news alert right now. we are following serious news. a rocket attack on tlaib may have been a mistake. israeli media defense forces saying the rockets may have been fired during routine maintenance. overnight israel retaliating
with 100 terror strike sites on. gaza. israelis targeting several hamas sites including its headquarters and where they store weapons. an all out mafia war could be brewing in new york city after mob boss frankie cal. >> i is gunned down outside his home. reports this morning authorities are eyeing john gotti's brother gene gotti and another member of the gambino crime family is six months out of prison and could be looking to get back into the family business. lured outside of his home by a staged car crash. talk about extreme weather. a powerful winter storm triggering several tornadoes across the midwest and alabama. a fierce hailstorm slamming southern indiana. look at that one tornadoes completely gutting a western kentucky church. moved into nebraska dropping heavy snow and rain. and in colorado, a family of four rescued by strangers after being trapped in their car for 12 hours.
alex trebek is thanking everyone who has wished him well in his battle with stage fou pretty pancreatic can. >> for the kind words and advice have you offered, i'm a lucky guy. jillian: 78-year-old jeopardy host who revealed his diagnosis last week said he received messages from hundreds of thousands of people i'm sure that will continue to grow. evan watson the ibm computer century beck a get well soon card. he is belod by some people. ainsley: what great attitude though. i'm so lucky and fortunate. brian: some experimental drugs kept jimmy carter alive maybe it will do the same thing here. thanks, jillian. steve: what's it like to work for amazon. one former employee calls it hell. you will hear from her coming up. brian: wow. plus stop playing the
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♪ ♪ steve: a lot of us like hearing the national anthem before sporting events. well, according to the usa today sports team. the national anthem is a lazy form of patriotism. they argue it's time to stop playing the national anthem at sporting events in the united states. ainsley: the piece says quote the time of faux display of will -- brian: joey jones is with us. you read the column in "u.s.a. today." your thoughts is it faux patriotism. >> it's not faux patriotism. we let lazy about it nothing bothers me when someone is walking around chewing gum or like she said hitting one of those smoke machines during the national anthem. but at the end of the day isn't that more reason why we should demand or at least put societal pressure on one another to respect it stop
what you are doing and remember hey there are men and women who lost their lives for this. one thing i would sty her is if i am one of those sporting events it means something to me when gold stars moms and dads are at those events it means something to them. it's something we should continue to do. steve: the last line is if we radio truly want to honor those who serve our country how about ensuring our veterans have adequate healthcare, including under perform school. is uniforms. >> as if they there is either or. >> we can talk about vouchers and school choice and all those things that would remedy those problems. for a moment, why don't we come together before a sporting event. something that is nothing more than a game. yet, we have all this passion into it and that anthem right before this game reminds us wow, there is something bigger than. this all this passion we feel we could put into this each other. ainsley: people are reacting on social media. catherine says no way those are the moments true patriots harmonize together.
i have always been super proud to be an american. another lady says she gets goose bumps and tears up thinking about those brave men and women. steve: a lot of people do. >> before the concert the band stopped and made you attend the national anthem. listen, i work for a country music star and he does something to honor patriotism at every single show. we bring out a veteran or a service member on the stage and then you have 30, 40, 50 at the national football championship. 90,000 people. ainsley: zac brown. >> yes, ma'am. brian: we don't go to school anymore. pledge of allegiance to start the day. national anthem is a great way to ground people. >> opportunity of unity. i won't get started on kneeling and those things. we still do and it respect it rather than because the bottom 10% doesn't observe it let's scrap it how about we put pressure on that bottom 10% this is why we do it. explain it to them. reach a hand out and get them to observe it with us.
it means a lot to me. steve: this is all part of "u.s.a. today's" series things we would like to change in sports. something i would like to change in sports. how about if beer was less than $25 a glass. >> or hot dogs. brian: you still spend it, steve and you will have seven or eight of them and comes out of my kids college fund. steve: my kids went to college. ainsley: joey, will you be on fox this weekend. >> we will do the gutfeld show and maybe later today on the network. we always love having you here. thank you for serving. >> thank you. ainsley: the covington family suing "the washington post." and cnn. more lawsuits coming? we will ask the attorney coming up. steve: the irs might owe you money. you better act fast. we will explain coming up next. ♪ any way you want it ♪ that's the way you need it ♪ any way you want it ♪ what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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for her baby's diapers in new jersey. again, new jersey. go figure. there video of nick sandmann and nathan phillips went viral in the media. the attorneys for the student just filed a 275-million-dollar lawsuit against cnn. accusing the network of vicious attacks. this comes after filing a lawsuit against "the washington post" for $250 million. steve: could more lawsuits be on the way? let's talk to co-counsel for nicholas sand manned to mcnerntry from cincinnati. good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: let's start at the beginning. why are you going after cnn and "the washington post"? >> first off, "the washington post" was the first media outlet out of the gate with the story. they were the first one to cross over from exite --
serving approximately 450 million households worldwide with 41 million twitter followers. so they have great reach in what they do that's why we picked those two first. ainsley: are more lawsuits on the way? >> absolutely. we will continue to roll out lawsuits about one a month. we anticipate that we will have 12 to 14 lawsuits total. after that we may look more broadly at people on twitter who attempted to dox nicholas sand man. steve: todd, there were a lot of people who went out when the video first went viral. they got the story wrong. they said your client got up in the face of the native personal and was mocking him. as we have seen in subsequent videos, that was not the case. he was simply standing there and the native american, mr. phillips, walked up to him. so you are suing people, organizations that put the story out there and never
corrected it. right? >> correct. i mean, first off, we think that people that went with the initial unsourced video which had gone viral. they did so without any reasonable reporting. some organizations, their reporting evolved but, for example, with cnn, while their reporting evolved, they did not report the entire truth. and they have never apologized or retracted for the lies that they put forth in their reporting. ainsley: todd, i remember when you guys when all of this was unfolding you said, look, this story has not been told accurately. but if you come out and you apologize and get the story straight, then we won't sue you. has anyone afollo apologized or came out and said look, we are sorry, we didn't know the whole story when we reported it? >> no one has actually apologized to nicholas sandman. "the washington post" put forth an editor's note that did not apologize. it merely corrected the reporting but was inadequate. as we go forward, we will
give media organizations an opportunity to retract and apologize as allowed by kentucky law. steve: um-huh. >> but so far no one has apologized. steve: todd, finally, ultimately, you are trying to send a message here, aren't you? these are gigantic sums of money you are asking for. >> correct. we put out a video which is called nicholas vs. the media giants. that video really proposes the following ideas. one that nicholas sandmann is absolutely innocent. number two, that all of us in this country have a shared mutual interest in having media that reports accurately and, three, that through this lawsuit with nicholas sandmann that we intend to hold the media giants accountable. it is a david and goliath fight. but we do intend to fight it. ainsley: okay. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. ainsley: president trump set to veto the measurable blocking his emergency declaration for the border. congressman adam kinzinger was just deployed to the border and says the smj
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brian: wear back with a fox news alert and here we go it's not good. new zealand on high alert. 49 worshipers gunned down in what's being called a terrorist attack. it happened in two separate locations two mosques. victims believed to be migrants or refugees four in custody. one australian man has been charged with murder and will appear in court tomorrow morning. he is said to have an anti muslim and anti-immigration agenda apparent layman fest toe he posted online. ainsley: video uploaded people are asked not to share it. bring in republican colonel u.s. air force reserve.
thanks for being here. what's your reaction to this. >> it's terrible. attack somebody because of their faith at a place of worship it's especially disheartening. i was in new zealand a year ago now and it's not a place you would expect to see anything like this. thoughts and prayers. we mean it. please pray for. brian: aoc says don't say thoughts and prayers. >> when she said that it doubles down my determination. prayer and faith means something. and i think even though we may all have different faiths. let's all stand together at this moment. steve: what do you make of the fact that this guy was able to livestream on facebook for 17 minutes up on capitol hill you are constantly talking about the social media giants and what they're putting out there. the fact that he would be able to do that he want the notoriety and he showed the carnage. it's shocking? >> it gives me chills because it's one of the areas our committee is trying to deal with is what's the balance between your freedoms, your ability
to do what you want on social media versus people that try to seek fame or notoriety through something like this. i mean, we remember elderly man that was killed on livestream because somebody wanted to do it and i don't know how to get ahold of this. but we have got to get to a society where people quit trying to chase this thing, this hollow fame whether it's through horrible actions. be confident in how are. go ahead with your life and this is just incredibly evil. ainsley: that's why we don't want to use his name. i have a friend who lives over there. we were texting last night. in their school system you just walk right in a school. we see those changes here on our campuses because of terrorist attacks that we have had here in the united states. is this going to change the way they do in new zealand now. >> we don't wish it on anybody. that's the point. whether you have evil folks. whether they are white supremacists or islamic terrorists that see an opportunity to kill innocent people comes into their mind. they do it. brian: ambassador scott brown is going to be joining
news 40 minutes from new zealand and former senator from massachusetts. here is what sarah huckabee sanders has just put out a statement from the white house. >> brian: meanwhile the president was occupied yesterday with was really a rebuke a rebuke of his effort to use emergency funds. repurpose funds in order to do massive border security. 41 senators voted with him. 59 didn't. if you were in the senate, how would you have voted? >> i would have voted with the 41. i think the president has the right to a national emergency. i think it was the right thing to do. that's how i voted in the house. i saw it. i was on the border with the military for two weeks. the cartel makes money on two products. people and drugs. human trafficking and drug trafficking. and that's what's coming over the border. i saw it on almost every mission evidence of human and drug trafficking. that's got to stop. they are a prime enemy of
the united states, the assaults they are committing on women. the violence in the communities. it's evil. and i think the president is right to secure the border. i wish, i understand wrestling that every senator has to go through but i think the. brian: constitution. i think one republican believes it's not a crisis. >> i get it. i understand it the president is well within his rights on this. he didn't create new money out of thin air he just repurposed money from, perhaps counter drug to a counter drug operation. ainsley: what do your friends say i know what they say on camera. they don't support the president. they don't say it's a crisis. they say it's manufactured. do they really believe that when they see the video. >> it's amazing when i came back and started sharing my experience. i'm not here to convince anybody. i just want to tell you what i saw. people would actually question whether i saw what i saw. so, at that point i'm like, obviously you can't win. i will be honest to who i am and tell you what i saw. steve: congressman, you know that before donald trump, nobody ever had the
argument. a wall doesn't work. now, of course, it's big, it's inefficient. it doesn't work. >> they all voted for it 12 years ago. this isn't your dad's democratic party anymore. this is a whole different democratic party. this is the one where half of them sit on their hands when the president says we won't be socialist. that can never be imagined even three years ago. steve: why is that? >> it's a rush to the left. it is -- it's sad. brian: one thing democrats and republicans agree on 5 g. we have to be the one that pioneer 5 g if the chinese and huawei are able to do it especially with they have a back door with intelligence. question whether we will give our intelligence to our allies in that way. i asked the secretary of state that about 5 g why we should care and why our allies aren't listening to us. >> you told the polls, you told the germans do not do a deal with huawei. it's about 5 g. it's about security. it looks like they are going through it any way. what would happen if both of our allies decide to go with the chinese company to lead the way on 5 g?
>> huawei and chinese telecommunications equipment n 1's network and the nation's network presents a real risk that the chinese government will have access to data that no american wants them to have. we have urged these countries to reconsider these policies. review this as being threatening to their security. we told them if you put this technology in your equipment. it will make it incredibly difficult for the united states to work alongside you in some of these places. brian: what don't they get? >> i don't know. the secretary is obviously really smart on this stuff. you cannot share information with allies whether you have a basically trojan horse infrastructure by your chief enemy. that's the situation we are looking at. they are giving it to you cheap for a reason. there is a reason huawei is the cheapest stuff throughout because they get something for it. steve: right. too bad a u.s. company couldn't just be leading the way. they are ahead of us right now. >> that's right. steve: congressman, thank you very much. ainsley: and thanks for your service. brian: i will talk to you on radio. >> yes. brian: jillian, the ball is yours. are you ready for it.
jillian: i am ready for it. a georgia senate committee hears emotional testimony on the controversial heart beat bill. the legislation would ban abortions after a woman is six weeks pregnant or when a fetal heart beat is found. >> a parent said even if her child is blind and deaf our child has value. our child's value is not lost simply because they are sick. jillian: opponents are concerned the bill will not stop abortions but instead force women to seek unsafe illegal procedures. the measure heads to the senate for approval. brian kemp has already pledged to sign it several 11 calls released of amazon employees committing suicide inside warehouses. a former amazon worker revealed to our tucker carlson about the trouble she faced while working there. >> i mentioned something about driving my car off of eagle mountain dam because i was more -- worth more dead than i was alive.
that's the kind of mindset that they put you in is you are not important. jillian: alan says the make up time bathroom break to receive full day's pay. a california college is ending its only study abroad program with israel. and democratic congresswoman rasheda tlaib is backing the decision. students at pitser college dispansding the university change entry restrictions along with granting visas with palestinian universities. programs to other countries like china, turkey and cuba. are still running. recently tlaib was caught holding a folder with the #suspend pitzerhifa. brian: has a grandmother are in gaza. steve: damp start to the day. janice: look at the crowd i have me today. happy friday.
newlyweds from el paso, texas. >> hi. >> hi mom. janice: look at this over here have you every single book that any fox personality has ever come out with unbelievable. thank you. and hi, how are you? >> i'm good. >> good. thank you for coming. take a look at the maps real quick. i will show that you cold front that's moving through new york city. we have 52. cooler air behind it. this is what that bomb cyclone brought us. severe weather yesterday, hundreds of reports of hail and damaging winds. a couple of tornadoes. the cold front moves through today. we will get colder air. maybe some snow across the great lakes. you know what? first day of spring comes next week, my friends. that's a pretty good deal, right? okay. say hi to everybody at home. big waves to all these beautiful people who came out at 7:30 on "fox & friends." >> [cheers] steve: going to be up to 60 something here today. ainsley: yesterday was nice, too. steve: thank you, j.d. brian: 18 minutes before the top of the hour. lawmakers keep resisting theresa may's plan for brexit. what's going on? even though the people voted to leave the eu.
nigel farage came up with the idea i think. it's a warning for democrats trying to undermine president trump. is he here to explain next. ainsley: beto mania is running wild over the media. is it a preview of what to expect in 2020? >> he has had a glowing start. >> seeing him is like a jesus christ super star seeing this guy in front of people. he has that celebrity ora. there's brushing...and there's oral-b power brushing. oral-b just cleans better. even my hygienist said going electric could lead to way cleaner teeth. and unlike sonicare, oral-b is the first electric toothbrush brand accepted by the ada. oral-b. brush like a pro. cancer, epilepsy, mental health, hiv. patients with serious diseases are being targeted
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be ripped apart. steve: nigel farage independent leader. he joins us from london. nigel, why is it so hard for your country to figure out to do. this your people said although it was close let's get out of the eu and yet you still have it. >> yeah. you are right. we unequivocally voted to leave and we are due to leave two weeks today. and the problem is hundreds of our members of parliament didn't only vote the other way but have never ever respected the result and are doing their best to overturn it, to frustrate it and in the middle of all of, this theresa may has made the most unholy mess of the thing by putting on the table a document that is completely unacceptable. so we should, under our law, leave in two weeks' time without a deal, without a new treaty and that's fine. but parliament now says it
wants to extend the date. this is one of the oldest functioning democracies in the world. and our democracy is being walked all over it is one of the most shameful episodes in the history of my country. shepard: and i know theresa may. she didn't want to see brexit. she didn't want to see the british exit from the eu. and now she is in a pickle because now she has got to preside over figuring out how to untangle. do you see any parallels, nigel, between what is happening in your country regarding getting out of the eu and here in this country and the political left's reaction to donald trump? >> absolutely. it's the same game. you know, both brexit and trump were huge, seismic shocks in the political arena. and just as our mps here don't accept brexit, many of them want to stop it or overturn it in america. we have large sections of the media and of the left who do not accept the legitimacy of this president. do not believe he could
possibly have won by fair means. come up with endless conspiracy theories about russia or whatever else it may be. i think the parallels are remarkable. the old globalist order is not enjoying this massive democratic revolution. steve: since the british exit vote, nigel. have there been public opinion polls? have the people of great britain changed their mind? we said yes but now maybe it's a bad idea? >> absolutely not. and, in fact, by far the most popular option is for us to leave in two weeks' time with no deal. but the prime minister, the prime minister appears to be very reluctant to do that. the house of commons doesn't want us to do that. in the end, it's up to our prime minister. if she was bold and brave, we could still leave in two weeks' time. but i'm afraid she is buckling to political pressure and it looks like there is going to be a delay to brexit. and that's going to make this country very, very
angry indeed. steve: nigel, you have a mess on your hands. >> we have got a mess on our hands because our politicians do not accept the will of the people. that is the basic problem. i will tell you something. if worse comes to worse and they make us fight this battle again, we will win next time by an even bigger margin. steve: well, the world is watching to figure out what happens next. nigel farage joining us now from london. nigel, thank you very much. thank you, sir. meanwhile, the media falling in love with beto o'rourke all over again. >> he has had a glowing start. >> seeing him is like a jesus christ superstar seeing this guy in front of people. he has that celebrity aura. >> well, is this a preview of what is to come in 2020? we will talk about this his media buzz. plus geraldo rivera and ed henry both in the 8:00 hour of "fox & friends" live from new york city. ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ >> he is in. beto o'rourke's announcement that he is entering the 2020 race will shake up the democratic primary. >> bring up all this energy and really excite people. >> he has had a glowing start. >> his senate candidacy winning the endorsement of celebrities like beyonce. >> seeing him is like a jesus christ superstar seeing this guy in front of people. he has that celebrity aura about him. ainsley: beto ow o'rourke running for president. a fellow for the independent women's forum is kelsey bolar. she is with us here to discuss it. thank you for being with us.
>> thank you, ainsley. ainsley: what do you say he is excites people shakes it all up and jesus christ superstar and celebrity aura. >> it's crazy. when you run for president you are supposed to be a man or woman of the people not a man of the press. and that's exactly what beto is doing. unfortunately for him, the press is not representative of the voting base in america but the press is certainly working overtime to give him flattering coverage of his rollout which to be honest wasn't that impressive with an online video and a vanity fair cover. so, i think, you know, they are treating his rollout which is a serious thing and a very unserious way by fawning all over him and the unfortunate part of this is that distracts from the fact that we don't actually know where beto o'rourke actually stands on most of his policy positions because when he was a member of congress, he was actually quite moderate voting with president trump 30% of the time even on border security legislation.
and now he is out there acting like this far left progressive and americans don't know where he is. ainsley: here is some of his positions anti-border wall, voted against ice. voted against kate's law. voted against trump tax cuts. supports single payer healthcare. voted on restrictions against late term abortions voted against sanctioning iran and called law enforcement the new jim crow. the media was fawning all over him when he was running against ted cruz and he lost that senate seat. what is it about him that they love? he wasn't able to win texas and win that senate seat and doesn't have much experience? >> they, for some reason, think that beto is the next barack obama, which is just not true. because beto does not have the experience that obama had. ainsley: what if biden gets in? >> i think he will give beto a run for his money. i wouldn't be surprised in the future to see a biden beto ticket. in that rollout video beto
said if immigration is a problem in america it's the best problem we have. and i think that is incredibly insulting to all the angel moms, families that have lost loved ones due to illegal immigration. beto lives in el paso on the border. and i think that it's really unfortunate that he is not taking some of these policy issues more seriously and taking into account both sides. ainsley: okay, kelsey, thank you for being with us. >> thank you. ainsley: you are welcome. breaking news overnight 49 people dead after that terror attack in new zealand. president trump tweeting about it just a few moments ago. reaction to the u.s. ambassador to sneel new zealand scott brown in the next hour. urke) hit and drone. seen it, covered it. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ..
unprecedented act of violence. >> straight are fox news alert, 49 people dead after gunfire erupts inside two mosques. >> donald trump tweeted his condolences. in part, he wrote my warmest simply and best wishes go to the people of new zealand after the horrible massacre. the us standby new zealand or anything we can do. god bless all. let's go to kitty logan in london with the breaking developments. >> two separate mosques in the city of christchurch in new zealand, these attacks were well-planned. at 1:4:05 pm local time, the mosques are busy with people attending friday prayers. we one people died in the attack, one described the scene.
>> shooting after shooting after shooting. 6 minutes or more. i could hear screaming and crying and i saw some people dropped dead. >> two bonds fixed to a car which didn't go off. they obtain four suspects after the shootings as well. one man in his late 20s was charged with murder. authorities of not named the suspect but an australian man is being linked to the attack, a lengthy manifesto in which he claims responsibility. a graphic video of the attack was later removed. he said none of the suspects were on any kind of terror watch list.
at least 20 people were injured in these attacks and rushed to hospitals for emergency treatment. police cordoned off the area surrounding the mosques urging people to stay indoors. it is nighttime in new zealand and the remainder locked down and these shootings have international condemnation. donald trump says the us standby new zealand after what he described as horrible massacres and the white house added a statement, the united states strongly condemns the attacks in christchurch. our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families. we stand in solidarity with the people of new zealand and their government against this vicious act of hate. new zealand is on high alert but police reassured the public they don't believe there is a further attack planned but this is a shock for a very quiet and normally peaceful nation. >> let's bring in geraldo rivera. when you heard this news what was your reaction?
>> my first reaction was to feel like i felt on the day of the tree of life massacre, the synagogue last year, october. in the sutherland springs church massacre the year before that. these are sitting ducks, people who are praying, targets that have no defense. there are more murders in new zealand this morning than there were in the course of an entire year. the manifesto seems to indicate this crazy mass murdering theme, motivated by the immigration crisis. he said he is a white nationalist, immigration is as hot an issue there is a was here or in great britain.
it was one of those things, multiple perpetrators apparently if those reports are true. ieds attached to the perpetrator's vehicle. this was a butcher out to get a butcher's bill. there were three or four perpetrators, very serious attack, all white nationalists, and escalation of violence that is horrifying. >> four have been arrested. one man, a guy in his 20s was charged with murder. what does it say about him or our culture that not only would he kill all these people, there were hundreds waiting, he said there wasn't any time to aim, there were so many targets. he didn't just kill the people that had to do it on social media. he had ago pro on his helmet and walked in and live streamed on
facebook for 17 minutes. why was that? >> there is this seth exultation, look at me, look at what i am doing, they are so nutty, beyond the pale of human experience, people who see human life as like a set piece, like scenery for their social media, live streaming, 17 minutes for the new zealand cops who are often unarmed, to respond to the scene. i always go back to the -- i would never have people in one place like that vulnerable witht somebody with a gun to protect them. they are too vulnerable.
in this case white genocide, he invokes immigration killing us, donald trump is a symbol of renewal of white identity, sick stuff that i'm so glad the president of the white house so strongly condemned. they are the spirit on the bottom of your shoe. these are horrible horrible people that would invoke any cause to perpetrate these massacres that have no place in human existence. >> we will talk to scott brennan in a moment about that but to a major scandal in america, this college admissions scandal. we are seeing the fallout. lori laughlin is not only in trouble legally but lost her job at hallmark. her two daughters, olivia jade and isabella left usc. what is your reaction to the scandal and the lawsuit against
the colleges for in adequately screening admissions? >> let me apologize to ainsley for calling her allison. i've been so traumatized by this awful news. rich people in a very arrogant way have been promoting their children. there's nothing wrong with that generally speaking but this is where the wealthy go beyond promoting their children and giving them a leg up. this is where you gain the system, cheaper system, by off coaches to save the child, the child does not play, it is a perversion, criminality, humiliation for the children. the children are complicit. their lives are wrecked, their lives are ruined. they are marred by this forever.
>> speaking of the children, what should happen to the children? should they be thrown out of colleges? a majority of them did not know what their parents were up to. >> it is a case-by-case basis, you got to see what the kids knew and when they knew it, where they minored at the time their parents perpetrated these gigantic rods. is it probable? is it likely they had no idea what was happening? as the prosecutors indicate if there were cases where proctors set alongside the child and took the act or act for the child or corrected their answers during the test. >> if your parents steal a car and give it to you and find out your parents stole a car and you can't keep the car they got to get kicked out. these two expelled themselves but there is no way those kids got there under false offices
get to stay. >> i think about a couple things. if they're really wealthy and donated jim to $10 million circuit walks in -- >> the old-fashioned way. if the gym is big enough. i think about all the negative attention affirmative-action has been given because of being from a racial minority and i think how unfair they have been pilloried by critics who say they snuck their way to college because of race and don't deserve to be here. when you look at these privileged kids from the coasts whose parents were well-known to us, thought it was okay to get into an elite college by committing a crime. it pales in comparison.
it undermines your faith. i understand why stanford university kids filed these class-action lawsuits against perpetrators, defendants in a massive civil federal probe. they devalued the worth of your diploma. they have undermined, people worked so hard, my dad begged me to get an education, he said go to school. i was the first one in my entire generation of all my cousins to go to college. college is the great equalizer but when you see how college becomes nothing more than a scam just like other scams, so disheartening, so embarrassing, they are aware of this black mark forever. like the obviously different
events, like what happened in new zealand, this is the harbinger of more to come. this is the beginning, now 50 families, they will be 500, 5000. >> colleges are changing the way they do this, they might have committees that decide. thank you, geraldo, have a good weekend. >> i am sure jillian feels as strongly. jillian: this urgent manhunt is intensifying for a gunman who shot a cop in montana. the suspect is carrying an ar 15 and opened fire while the officer was investigating another shooting. the officer is currently in critical condition. another fox news alert, a rocket attack may have been a mistake. israeli media quoting defense forces saying the rockets may have been fired during routine maintenance. overnight israel retaliated with
100 airstrikes on terror sites in gaza. the israelis targeting several hamas sites including headquarters and where they stored weapons. atop general warning israel is indirectly helping the chinese military. secretary of state mike pompeo joined brian in an interview that the threat of the country is very real. >> we need global companies to come to the realization china presents, american companies need to recognize that. when they are working in the united states, they need to treat the united states as good as they treat the chinese countries with which they interact. >> the tech companies working to develop a search engine for the chinese government. a teen who was once homeless is seeing his hard work playoff. dylan chittick getting accepted
into 17 colleges including one of his top choices, rowan university honoring students and president of his class at his new jersey high school. he plans to study political science and go to law school. congratulations to him. >> new zealand on high alert after the deadly terror attack overnight. at least two mosques, scott brown will join us live next. between healthy gums and strong teeth. complete protection from parodontax has 8 designed benefits for healthy gums and strong teeth. complete protection from parodontax. and relief from symptoms caused feel the clarity of non-drowsy claritin by over 200 indoor and outdoor allergens. like those from buddy. because stuffed animals are clearly no substitute for real ones. feel the clarity. and live claritin clear. different generations get the same quality of customer service that we have been getting. being a usaa member, because of my service in the military,
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>> fox news alert, 20 injured in new zealand. after gunfire erupted stunningly. ainsley: police charging one when with murder in the normally peaceful nation. >> reporter: new zealand ambassador scott brown, thank you for joining us. what can you tell us? >> the team thank you. it is great to be on. 49 people dead, a bunch more in surgery and battling for their lives. this peaceful country is shocked, it came out of left field earlier today on a friday and it is saturday morning at
1:17 a.m. and more to follow tomorrow. they cost the guy, one of the guys. we will see what happens tomorrow. >> we had similar situations and how that changed our laws and security measures. you expect to see the same now in new zealand? >> hard to say. they have always been diligent on their tariff even though they have a natural border with the ocean, a lot of things happening here, human drug and child trafficking, they work hard at it. they have the ability to do it and do it well. i have been impressed with the response, the quick response of the police force and the prime minister's team. we will learn who this person
was. rob: how do you describe the gun laws in new zealand? how do they view guns? does every home have one? does anyone have one? >> 1.4 million guns here and a lot of it is for bonds. they have to deal with natural issues bonds deal with. i haven't noticed any particular threats with regard to guns. they will do whatever they do but right now they are really focusing on gathering the facts. you did the introduction and i apologize. only 14,000 -- pete: what we heard from the authorities, none of these people who have been arrested were on any watchlist.
it looks like twitter had images with names scrawled across them including the names of two mass shooters, it seems there were clues out there. hindsight is 2020. >> we were talking about the issue. buzzwords or threats, do they go to a different filter? i don't know. we have free press, freedom of speech, got to balance the right to know versus the right to freedom of speech. it is always a balancing act. i remember that. we will see what happens. it will be a real challenge. pete: which we could hear from
you under different circumstances. thanks very much. coming up. jillian: us airlines searching for replacements for the boeing 737 max as those jets remain grounded after the crash in ethiopia. we are live at one of the busiest airports in the country next. billions of mouths. billions of problems. sore gums? bleeding gums? painful flossing? there's a therabreath for you. therabreath healthy gums oral rinse fights gingivitis and plaque and prevents gum disease for 24 hours. so you can... breathe easy, there's therabreath at walmart.
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all of those planes on the ground. southwest yesterday, gary kelly, the ceo southwest with full throated defense of his aircraft. i want to read a portion of what he sent out to southwest customer saying the max and other us operators has been phenomenal. we operate 48,000 flights, almost 90,000 hours, had absolutely no problems. despite that, the planes remain on the ground and it could be as long as 3 to 6 months some have speculated. the president of the united states regulated he hopes it would be over quickly but it may not be so. now some new information as well in terms of what happened in the cockpit and how the plane crashed. the ethiopian plane crashed. a quote from the pilot, break
break, request return home. the plane was oscillating up and down before it crashed and accelerating rapidly beyond what would be normal. pieces of the puzzle all being put together with the black box and we continue to watch. ainsley: the terror they must have felt. >> nancy pelosi jumping on board the left's so far failed push to lower the voting age from 18 to 16. >> it is important to capture kids when they are in high school when they are interested in all of this and learning about government. >> is this tactic to get more people to vote or what? here with the debate is democratic strategists jamie nicole and fox news contributor gianna caldwell. let's start with you. tell us why 16-year-olds should vote in federal elections.
>> 16-year-olds in many states can buy guns, lease apartments, drive vehicles. we give them lots of responsibilities. why we wouldn't allow them to vote, work and pay taxes that many adults do under certain circumstances. many countries particularly in latin america, in votes for them. why we wouldn't want more people involved in voting to me doesn't make much sense at all. pete: why have a voting age? whoever shows up can just vote. i am being facetious. what do you think of jason's argument? >> i'm not familiar with any 16-year-olds are able to marry or rent apartments. the truth -- >> you can do that --
>> very few are. looney tunes is one of the favorite programs of 16 yours and that is what the democratic party has become especially what you know is used to get more power as they usually do. the fact of the matter is the voting age was lowered only after eisenhower said if these folks are old enough to fight at 18 they should be all enough to vote and there was a voting rights act in 1965 when next and signed into law and the supreme court declared unconstitutional and the supreme court was ratified and given that right. and to have 18-year-old provision than those who need help from mom when told to brush their teeth. >> they were to get more voters aligned with them.
>> if republicans want to challenge, and 16-year-olds to join the republican party. these were open-minded young people. if they want to challenge vote instead of suppressing votes whether it is young people are people of color they need to go out nationally and recruit new voters. pete: you get the final word. >> the fact of the matter is those 16-year-olds realize they need to be 18 in order to vote, they don't have personal responsibility and the sensitivity of the vote should be a privilege and honor to be up to vote, not something to throw around to anybody. pete: we will see what happens. >> voting is a right, not a privilege. >> it is a right.
pete: thank you. brian going 1-on-1 with secretary of state mike pompeo at the state department. what the state department are saying about north korea, china and the border, the exclusive interview you won't see anywhere else coming up. beto o'rourke spent 6 years as us congressman. what did he accomplish? some democrats are struggling to answer. at henry is here with reaction coming up. ♪ ♪ taking time on my right ♪ i'm falling ♪ taking my time on my right ♪
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>> my condolences to the grieving families of the victims in christchurch, and no one should see such violence in their place of war should. the american people more this tragedy together. pete: you expect a lot of hotspots. and one of the most characterized people places on the planet, with great rugby. this was all out brawl. the secretary of state gave us some quality time to go over the hotspots around the country. beginning with the first rocket attack in israel. >> great to see you. first time since 2014 if my stats are correct. the rockets came out of gaza into israel. >> is really separate to defend themselves and i'm confident they will be able to do that. i regret the folks in the gaza
strip, probably hamas, fired the rockets and put israelis at risk. something we hope doesn't happen but you should know we will support the israelis right to defend themselves. >> do you worry how much anti-israeli anti-semitic language coming out mostly on the democratic side in congress hurts long-term american israeli relations? >> i worry about it for multiple reasons, not just the relationship to democracy but because it undermines where we began, protection of dignity and rights for every human being. when i hear anti-semitic remarks i know it undermines what is greatest about the united states of america. >> seeing you in the president walk away in hanoi you do a good job keeping a poker-faced the president spoke about the deal you aren't going to have, do you feel personally you let them down? >> i don't.
we made real progress even in a place we didn't reach the final resolution of what we have been asking for all along. we didn't get an agreement for the full and final denuclearization. it was a long process and the president said keep nuclear tests from happening, that is a good first start. we know the final objective. >> the president and president xi if they were to meet at mara lago it would not happen at the earliest in april. >> real progress has been made, absolutely true. both leaders want to make sure we have enough progress, so they can get together and close any remaining items weather is the beginning or middle of april or even takes a couple weeks longer. we have got to get this right so the two leaders can get together, not only america but the rest of the world as well. >> how much more garbage do they have to eat before america gets more involved? >> when i think about how bad it is today and how it will be tomorrow and the day after it will get worse.
the regime is evil, denying food to the hungry, medicine to the sick. the american people have been so generous, 200 metric tons on the borders, they won't let in. we are continuing to take everett. >> have you put troops into colombia to act should they need to act? >> fine question and i believe that affirmative defense talk about the movement. >> you are making a trip to the middle east, iraq and iran. iraq is ignoring the sanctions and the grand ayatollah sat down with the president of iran. itself like diplomatic power, we are getting our butts kicked over there. what happened? >> i don't see it that way. america has been a strong supporter of iraq, we are working to take down isis. i had a conversation with the prime minister a couple days back. i think we are making progress to develop strong independent sovereign iraq but there is no
doubt iraq has its eyes on control of the country. i don't think that is good for the iraqi people. it's not good for the united states of america. we have to continue to do -- the iraqi government, free and was involved in what is going on in iraq. >> the truth the taliban less out of gitmo, part of these peace talks right now, the ones we exchanged for bow bergdahl, the worst of the worst. is that true? >> i don't want to answer who is showing up. >> is it acceptable that they are? >> a week ago, really bad people. the state department doesn't get to choose what we are trying to achieve, good security outcomes for the american people. sometimes we talked to some really bad folks. >> they would be okay to stay in that room as far as you are concerned? >> we can deliver to the american people. >> before i came in here it was clear republicans jumped ship and decided not to vote -- with a piece of legislation that is not go along with the president's emergency money at
the border. do you side with the 59 that voted against the president of the 41 that voted with him? >> county in the 41. >> why? >> i spent a lot of time with my mexican counterparts. this challenge at the southern border is real. i believe it is a crisis. call it what you will. the challenge of not knowing who is coming in and out of our country, what drugs or people or illicit materials might become across the southern border is real and we need to take serious action. the border does that. >> your predecessor basically admitted he called the president a moron. you have a different relationship. what does he not get that you get? >> it is one, and effort on my part to execute his vision for america's foreign-policy. he is the commander in chief, provide direction. i go out every day and were quite a lot to execute it. >> why is the secretary of state
doing so much traveling from iowa, texas, to kansas. running for president, running for senate. >> everybody gets unhappy when i don't go to martha's vineyard like my predecessors. they traveled domestically. america is our first client. i want to talk about china and trade and why it matters. i went to texas talk energy and how american innovation and creativity created enormous wealth for america and back to kansas to talk about entrepreneurship on behalf of america. i'm focused on what i'm doing today. >> and kansas? >> i'm not going to do that. >> long-term are you surprised in 2020 of running for president? >> my wife is shocked. >> thank you, congratulations. pete: great interview. >> hoping will be online, 19 minutes. on north korea, there were some reports judging by the by language, moving missiles into
place before the hanoi summit. how sincere were they are getting peace if they were moving missiles before? >> the stories are they were so far apart before the summit, the president felt he could with his personal relationship with kim, that didn't happen. >> in half an hour, that story is on north korea. >> north korea says the us has a golden opportunity during the hanoi talks. the rogue regime is considering resuming nuclear missile testing, kim jong un will decide whether to consider denuclearization talks with donald trump. it comes after satellite images showed north korea rebuilding a missile test site. we will keep you updated on that.
senator kirsten gillibrand hosted by a -- that college admission scheme days before the scandal surfaced. jane buckingham talked about the event in los angeles, the 2020 presidential run. lori laughlin has been dropped from the tv show full house at hallmark channel according to tmc. time to stop playing the national anthem at sporting events according to a usa today opinion column. writing in part the kind of display of national pride better suited for countries run by dictators or desperate, adding playing the anthem at games is a, quote, lazy excuse of patriotism. marine corps bomb technician joey jones lost both legs in afghanistan it has a message for her. >> there are men and women that lost their lives for this. one thing i would say to her is when i'm at one of those sporting events it means
something to me. when goldstar moms and dads are at those events it mean something to them and for that reason alone it is something we should continue to do. >> also making the point that since colin kaepernick started kneeling the anthem has become a, quote, patriotic litmus test. >> they are not going to end it. >> he brought up some points how we could improve how we treat the military. we wonder why you can't have both. have it all. beto rourke spent six years as a congressman. what did he accomplished? >> vitality to congress, one of the issues -- >> i'm not sure she would have a better answer today. ed henry live to react. alexandria ocasio cortez, elizabeth warren and bernie sanders bringing democrats further to the left. one op-ed sounding the alarm, socialism, question marks, be afraid. the author joins us live next. ♪
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>> beto o'rourke logica 2020 presidential bid and i will. rob: democrats having trouble listing the former texas congressman's accomplishments. >> what your view is beto o'rourke's signature accomplishment as a member of the house? >> he brings a certain vitality to congress, i haven't been asked this question but i know of his record here. >> and henry joins us. she should remember. beto o'rourke is the guy who got somebody's name on a courthouse. >> this their post office or something.
i was filling in for martha last night, the chairman of the texas democrat party on to talk up beto o'rourke. first question, we played that bite with nancy pelosi and she mentioned vitality. i didn't know there was an accomplishment. we hear he came close to winning a senate seat, that is a big accomplishment. he struggled for a wild. just one. he can't get anything done in congress because republicans were running it. i'm not asking about congress. in his life. take a listen. >> showed the people of texas and now the people of america what it means to be an honest politician. >> you are telling me he's an honest politician. that is his biggest abolishment? >> how can you get anything done in a congress that would not allow anybody -- your question is meaning close under the circumstances.
>> it wasn't a trick question. if he wants to be president of the united states democrat or republican bring something to the table. >> was a patient doesn't have to pass. >> and that is the only thing he sponsored or cosponsored. >> >> he did all kinds of things. you can watch it online. he couldn't name one thing. he lashed out at me and said you people. i wouldn't use a phrase like that. this is the chair of the democratic party in texas. >> 14 other democrats will be asking the same thing. are you on this weekend? >> i'm filling in for dana at 2:00 pm. please be there. >> as the field of democrats running for president grows our next guest has a warning about
their policies, they are socialist and you should be afraid he says. if you don't mind i would like to find out if sandra smith has played anything for the next 3 hours. anything? >> great interview with secretary pompeo. more of that coming up. the latest on the terror attack in new zealand, 49 people killed, many more injured, four suspect in custody. mercedes schlapp will join us with reaction and what we are learning about israeli airstrikes on terror sites in gaza. donald trump heading to the pentagon for a meeting with national security officials. congressman pete king, senator john barrasso join us, we will see you at the top of the hour. . from crest 3d white. the whitening therapy collection. now with charcoal or coconut oil. it gently whitens. plus, it has a fortifying formula to protect your enamel. crest. healthy, beautiful smiles for life. a cfp professional is trained, knowledgeable,
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>> democrats rushing further to the left ahead of 2020 telling free collagen healthcare for all. our next guest sounding the alarm in an op-ed titled socialism yes, be afraid. is deputy editor, fox news contributor dan had injured her. why do you think that? why be very afraid of socialism? >> you look at what is happening with the democratic party, suddenly freshman democrat ocasio cortez has become a superstar. bernie sanders did well in most polling four years ago and elizabeth warren. i think all of them managed to move the entire party left. all the candidates running for the presidency are adopting these views. even john hicken looper asked if he was a capitalist said that's not the first label i would use. what i'm suggesting is if one of
them gets elected that presidency will be to the left of barack obama's presidency which was the most left-wing presidency the entire period after world war ii. >> more in line with bernie sanders now. breakdown elizabeth foreign's proposed act of the accountable capitalism act. >> this is the proposal she has and she has specific ideas such as large firms, large corporations should have to apply for a federal charter. what i am suggesting here, this federal charter under president warren they would be expected to comply with certain environmental social justice goals of the democratic party. like alexandria ocasio cortez beating up on the ceo of wells fargo saying you should have liability for damage done by people to whom you spend money like environmental damage. that is basically incorporating the private sector into their agenda saying we will tell you
what to do. warren's act allow workers to appoint 40% of members of a corporation's board and required him to get majority of board votes for anything they want to do in the political realm such as that. in other words we want you to sort of adopt our agenda, our political goals and i am calling that socialism american style. they don't own these companies but administer the way they conduct their policies. ainsley: we have more "fox and friends" just moments away. we're paying the highest prescription drug prices in the world so they can make billions? americans shouldn't have to choose between buying medication and buying food for our families. it's time for someone to look out for us. congress, stop the greed. cut drug prices now.
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♪ >> bill: almost 60° out there. it's friday. >> it has been another long week. thank you for joining us each and every day. >> a long week. mostly sunny week. >> right. >> you go another week on the best seller list. >> i hope so. >> we're talking about a book tour as well. >> really? >> go bye mostly sunny. >> available on fox nation.com. see you next month. >> 9:00 here in york. middle of the night in new zealand. new reaction and new information this hour after the deadlyest mass shooting in new zeal land's history. 49 dead after a well-planned attack targeting friday prayers. two different mosques. new information. this is god's country. new zealand is heaven on earth and part of why it was targeted. we'll take you through it as we go. >> sandra: good morning, bill. >> bill: horrifying news overnight. i'm sandra smith. one man has been arrested and charged with murder. two other armed suspects being held in custody after this time after a gunmen opened fire inside two mosques and posted